Good News, Bad News
( published 6th February 2003 )
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Remember the "Prestige", that tanker that sank off the Galicia coast last December? Well, here's the good news. They managed to cover and block all the holes on the sunk ship somewhere at the bottom of the Atlantic. But, dooooh, here the bad news, the French South West coast will still get a nice carpet of spilled petrol on their beaches ( 200 kilometres long, 12 kilometres large carpet to be more precise ). During the 70's petrol crisis France's slogan was always:"Chez nous en France, on n'a pas de petrole, mais on a des idees" ( Here in France, we don't have any petrol, but we have ideas ). Well now they will have petrol, and, hell, you don't have any idea how much yet.

Have a nice day
Alex


When I was 14, I hoped that one day I would have a girlfriend.
When I was 16, I got a girlfriend, but there was no passion. So, I decided I needed a passionate girl with a zest for life.
In college, I dated a passionate girl, but she was too emotional. Everything was an emergency; she was a drama queen, cried all the time and threatened suicide. So, I decided I needed a girl with stability.
When I was 28, I found a very stable girl but she was boring. She was totally predictable and never got excited about anything. Life became so dull that I decided that I needed a girl with some excitement.
When I was 35, I found an exciting girl, but I couldn't keep up with her. She rushed from one thing to another, never settling on anything. She did mad impetuous things and made me miserable as often as happy. She was great fun initially and very energetic, but direction less. So, I decided to find a girl with some real ambition.
When I turned 42, I found a smart ambitious girl with her feet planted firmly on the ground and married her. She was so ambitious that she divorced me and took everything I owned.
I am now 52 and am looking for a girl with really big tits.

Thanks Gadde, fits you!

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