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“Nobody has a clue they’ve been walked past a music superstar.” Wow…
)THose two nasty girlson the trainsitting and laughingall stoned out From the fresh scentof fingernail polishit appears that theyhad just come fromthe nail salon Yabbering and going ontrying to contacta fucc buddy on the cell phonebut he was not thereto their dissapointment They are annoyingthat fingernail polishis giving me a headache They flirtwith an older asian manreading a newspaper They turn facing melaughing about the asian man Now theyflirt with me They want to party THey insistthat they smoke a bluntbefore making their wayto the court house All on a friday afternoon Lord knows WTF they didlater that night Resurrection Records: Russ Solomon’s New Baby Just when you thought That the Tower Empire ended Auctioned off Dismembered And buried In the grave Once again you Arose to the occasion And started small Like you did Forty Two Years Ago The Rebirth In the same Building In the same location That spawned An Empire Some people They say That the concept Won’t work That it will fold There’s too many Independently ran Record stores And that Solomon You know what he said?
He said That he had Name recognition Connections All over the record industry And most importantly The Fans Don’t you already know That you can’t Get rid Of the original Record store kingpin?
If you think that getting flirty online these days is about long conversations, extended emails and ‘proper words’ think again, just as you’ve got to grips with YOLO, understood LTR and realised that LOL does *not* mean lots of love, there are new dating abbreviation on the scene. It started with MILF (‘Mum I’d Like to….’, let’s politely say, ‘Fornicate With’), but you can also have DILF (‘Dad…’), NILF (‘Nerd…’), and even, with the recent appointment of hottie Justin Trudeau as Canada’s new Prime Minister, PILF!
Depending on your taste, there is also a very popular acronym with an interchangeable first letter, depending on what kind of person is being described.