Contemplative Lady in Illinois
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(04-11-2009, 07:19 PM)Elizabeth82 Wrote: deleted

Wow!  Sounds like someone I would have loved to have met in my younger days....... :laughing:
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Wow!  Sounds like someone I would have loved to have met in my younger days....... :laughing:

:) Amusing. Maybe I am on to something.
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What happened?

A melancholic too?  Dang.
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What happened?

A melancholic too?  Dang.


No, the Contemplative Lady has not found anyone. But I have heard women should be mysterious--thus, the wording of my current ad.  :laughing:
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She has excellent taste in film. 
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HA.
this was funny. what a drama queen.
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(08-06-2009, 06:01 PM)Elizabeth82 Wrote: What happened?

A melancholic too?  Dang.


No, the Contemplative Lady has not found anyone. But I have heard women should be mysterious--thus, the wording of my current ad.  :laughing:

You certaintly piqued a lot of interest now...

Women are mysterious by definition, so there is no need to be willfully confusing. Just be yourself; that is likely mysterious enough for Sherlock.

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Women are mysterious by definition, so there is no need to be willfully confusing.

Yes, I know. I was just amused because my ad received more attention after I removed it. Maybe I acted prematurely, but I assumed nothing would come of it.  :)

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(08-07-2009, 01:30 PM)Elizabeth82 Wrote: Women are mysterious by definition, so there is no need to be willfully confusing.

Yes, I know. I was just amused because my ad received more attention after I removed it. Maybe I acted prematurely, but I assumed nothing would come of it.  :)

Haha.  It was only up there for nine days.    ;)

I see.  This was your plan all along.  Post it, then delete it, have it stir up controversy, and then return!

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