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Velveeta shells and cheese and House of Cards. This show is getting damn good





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LSUgirl4
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it's not gay at all if that's what you're implying. it's an amazing broadway show. wicked was pretty fricking awesome too.





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lsunurse
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With my magenta colored short hair too CR





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But it goes back to the fact hot girls will be hot girls will be hot girls no matter the trend


word.



i think CR and I went off on a little tangent about bigger girls, fupas, and old women jeans






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fightingtigers98
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just thought i would drop in and say White Chocolate Reese's eggs suck.





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G4 just almost text you just now but gunna hold off. Zzzquil kicke in..Hit you up tomorrow doe


GN everyone


Oh and Juice is home. Thank god!






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Cajun Revolution
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I was implying men that are really into that movie to the point of live tweeting are annoying





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Ryne Sandberg
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I played piano, pretty awfully I might add, because my dad wanted me to increase my hand-eye coordination for baseball. I also really loved classical music and history. My aunt made me a cassette copy of the '95 concert for me when I was like 10 or 11. I listened the crap out of it for a while. The historical songs made more of an impression on me considering she only put

1. Valjean's Soliloquy
2. I Dreamed a Dream
3. Lovely Ladies
4. Who Am I? - The Trial
5. Master of the House
6. Look Down
7. Stars
8. ABC Café/Red and Black
9. Do You Hear the People Sing?
10. The Attack on Rue Plumet
11. One Day More!
12. Building the Barricade/On My Own
13. Empty Chairs at Empty Tables

on the tape. Those are the ones I know the best. Like I said, I listened the crap out of that cassette.






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Cajun Revolution
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You went through some weird life periods didnt you





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lsunurse
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Ryne, you listen to Christian music as well if I remember correctly?





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SuperSaint
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on the tape. Those are the ones I know the best. Like I said, I listened the crap out of that cassette.
did coupons for maxi pads come with the cassettes?






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lsunurse
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You went through some weird life periods didnt you




Not really just a product of a kid of the 80s and teen in the 90s.






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Ryne Sandberg
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I have a gay friend who pretty much live tweeted the entire movie. I'm pretty sure he knows it backwards and forwards.

I've got a few friends that do the same. Kinda annoying






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Cajun Revolution
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He's just really into theatre. Not like there's a history of gays in that industry or anything.





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Ryne Sandberg
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that I do Nursie. I'm eclectic, so they say





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Cajun Revolution
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Weirdest thing I ever did in 5th grade was blow my hair out like Pauly D.





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Ryne Sandberg
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did coupons for maxi pads come with the cassettes?

only the cd sadly. I only got a copy of the cassette.






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lsunurse
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I'm going to a 3 day Christian music festival in June. Husband has a coworker that does work as a promoter for Christian bands and he can get us free tickets and get us backstage to meet the bands.


Big bands there are Third Day, TenthAvenueNorth, Matthew West and Casting Crowns






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LSUgirl4
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it was a recorded tape. so no ... you've seen the show twice. don't judge him.





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lsunurse
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Weirdest thing I ever did in 5th grade was blow my hair out like Pauly D.




My dad always insisted I have long hair as a little girl so as a teen I was obsessed with cutting it off. Short hair is def not my best look. I'll keep it long for as long as I can.






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