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Bret Taylor
Happy holidays from the FriendFeed crew! -
Thanks to Kevin for another great logo... - Bret Taylor
YAY! Snowmens! - Yolanda
Cool logo! :) - AJ Batac
I think they need scarves. They look cold. - Yolanda
Great logo! Simple and fun. - Brandon Titus
great :) çok sevdim bu logoyu :) - Burak Budak
Cool :D - Pedram
Kevin - that is an awesome logo!!!!! - Susan Beebe
+102 for Bill Waterson references in picture Kevin or words Sinterclas - Steve C, Team Marina
cute but what happened to festivus this year? - Laura Norvig
Merry Christmas to the FriendFeed team. You guys rock! FriendFeed reacts quickly and you're adding wonderful features all the time (Thanks soooo much for the "edit" feature.) - Mitchell Tsai
Happy Festivus! - ◄ani625Ξ ಠ_ಠ
Happy festive season to you all as well :) - Niki Costantini
Happy Holidays!!! - David Cook
love it~ - Sunny
Love!!! - Bee
Glad you like it! (And glad people picked up on the Waterson influence :-) - Kevin Fox
Merry Christmas! :D - Ron
Happy Holidays FF crue -- you've made this an excellent and memorable year for many of us. Facebook couldn't have done it without you! :) - Christopher Galtenberg
w00t you gave me the best online year in 15 years!!! ;p Thanks a lot, everyone, for what you've done here XD - Zu from AOD
Merry Christmas to all - Craig Eddy
Merry Christmas! - Svein Håvard Djupvik
Haha! I love horrified snowmen. Merry Christmas to FriendFeed! - Chris Lasher
Joyeux Noel a tout le monde! - Mathieu Ayel
Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! - Anne Bouey
happy christmas, chanukah and kwanzaa. - Deniz Eda Goze
happy chrismas and a happy new year!!! - ethan meccage
Awwwww sniff - Kevin Fox
Happy holidays! Take good care of yourselves and... enjoy those days off! <o> \o, - Zu from AOD
Merry Christmas! - Ian May
Tks and love you all !!! - @Renchin@
ahh, the good ol' days. - MikeAmundsen
Happy Holidays FriendFeers! <superbump /> - AJ Batac
cool!! - Ferzvladimir
*bump* - imabonehead
Sigh. Sometimes it is the little touches, like seasonal logos or easter eggs, that mark a site as a living project, and that you really miss when the developers have all moved on to something else. - Michael R. Bernstein
ای جان چقدر خوبه این - WALL.E
Kol Tregaskes
I've jut created my first gallery. Pretty cool. Shame you can only have a maximum of 18 images in each gallery. - Kol Tregaskes from Bookmarklet
Nice Kol. - Iván Abrego
the tree photo is beautiful - jules of - yuriandre
I love the boat. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
Nice work, Kol - James Myatt
Bumping some old good posts. :-) - Kol Tregaskes
Kol Tregaskes
I bet $100 you don't have the guts to do this -
I bet $100 you don't have the guts to do this
LOL! - Kol Tregaskes
haha what? - Marissa
No. definately not. - Roberto Bonini
Afternoon LOL! - AJ Batac
That was pretty much my reaction on August 10th. - Jemm
I did that, but I was heading vertical, school had a vaulted ceiling and I went running, stepped on a chair right were it dropped, on impact both shoes fell off, one hit a guy in the face. - OCoG of FF, Jimminy
wonder if that kid had aspirations of being a stunt guy... "dignity, always with dignity" ;) - alphaxion
What a plonker. ;-) - Kol Tregaskes
ah, to be young and stupid again. (as opposed to middle-aged and stupid.) - Big Joe Silenced
You lose, Kol. I have done that. :D - Steven Perez
Darn it, I'll have to pay up. ;-) - Kol Tregaskes
oUcH! - Hüseyin EROL
I'd do it in a heartbeat 20 years ago. Now, I'd be afraid I'd break a hip or something. *shakes fist* - Rodfather
spidey failure. - Ozer Wrzl (EN)
Hehe, Ozer, - Kol Tregaskes
hehehe :) - Mahdi
Step away from the crack Pipe !!! - SCS of the Space Station
Can I use the $100 to get liquored up before I do it? - Mark Krynsky
If I weren't afraid of going right through the wall, I'd probably still try that. I know I would have done that (and did similar things quite often) when I was much younger. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
This is still superb this morning after. :-) - Kol Tregaskes
This is why most men seem to have some form of brain damage. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
Hehe! - Kol Tregaskes
That is not a leap of faith! - earl wallace from twhirl
Not quite. ;-) - Kol Tregaskes
I don't have to show you that since I do that on every workday. - imabonehead
Ah is it, oh well, new to me. :-) - Kol Tregaskes
My page got on Reddit: and this anim got on the front page: - Kol Tregaskes
hey buddy i posted Da Gif On Reddit but it got So many down vote, beats me, any way your gif rux - Amir
Ah, cool. :-) - Kol Tregaskes
This is awesome :) - Joe Dawson
Defining the line between brave and stupid? - Eoghann Irving
You're right. I don't have the guts...and I'm proud of that. - Tammy Marshall
Bumped, just because. :-) - Kol Tregaskes
I have the brains not to - VALZONE#SCREWED
...Spiderman, Spiderman... not! - .LAG liked that
the master of the old school-Margimages by Bernard... -
the master of the old school-Margimages by Bernard...
Bus driver realizes why there is the tram in San Francisco -
Bus driver realizes why there is the tram in San Francisco
don't get me started. tour busses are the bane of my existence. double-parking gas-farting clueless drivers, next to those minivan limousines, the worst urban drivers ever. - anna sauce
who had permitted the bus driver that to drive in here ? - Gökçe K.
If I recognize it right, it's near Lombard and there are rules about where they can drive, but they screw the rules all the time- also, some of the drivers don't speak (or read) English... - anna sauce
I actually saw this! It was so weird, but I couldn't help but laugh. - Georgia
@Anna : So the street had screwed the bus :D - Gökçe K.
Oops. - Kol Tregaskes
Joe Beda
What the heck is 'brown sauce'?
It's brown sauce - tastes like um. Brown. I don't like it that much. The branded version is HP Sauce, which is loved my everyone in the UK apart from me it seems. - Rich
I can't help but think it is made of pureed ups delivery guys. Thanks for clearing it up! - Joe Beda from iPhone
POO - Rochelle
It's the same as steak sauce I think, usually put inside bacon butties here in the UK :) - Charley M
I don't think I want to know... - Jeff P. Henderson
I think I saw an episode of 'Dirty Jobs' that involved brown sauce. ;-) - Herb Hernandez
For that matter, what is salad cream? - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Brown sauce is the only possible condiment for bacon. Get real US people!! - David Semeria
It's made out of feces. - Dave Winer
I've heard about this Brown Sauce for years. Now it's time to try some - I've just ordered some from Amazon: They even have Salad Cream and I guess I'll have to try that too. - Drew
I did not think FreindFeeders would be so closed minded. Brown sauce is the blue collar term for a version of what Canadians call Steak Sauce. Usually it's a blend of molasses, vinegar, dates, sugar and spices. In the UK "HP" is the favoured brand. Personally I find it unpleasant as it's dominated by a vinegar-y taste. It's competitor , Daddies, is far smoother. - Liam Hemmings
Oh yeah and salad cream....well as long as I can remember that's been a market dominated by Heinz...a US company. I love it. Poor man's mayo, sweet, sour and creamy. - Liam Hemmings
Brown Sauce is great for eggs too. I love a fried egg sandwich smothered in brown sauce. - Matthew Neale
Ok. So salad cream sounds almost like Miracle Whip. Over here in the U.S., they usually either refer to it as Miracle Whip, or sometimes just "salad dressing" (not sure what, as that certainly gets confusing). - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE Man! Amazon shipped the sauce fast. OK, so after the first taste I have to say that it tastes like A1, but slightly less flavorful and more tart. It's pretty good! - Drew
Iván Abrego
No one can go back and change a bad beginning; .Bu... -
No one can go back and change a bad beginning; .Bu...
No one can go back and change a bad beginning; .But anyone can start now and create a successful ending. - Iván Abrego
End to a perfect day (via janusz l ) -
End to a perfect day (via janusz l
Iván Abrego
A rare case ............. frozen sea -
A rare case ............. frozen sea
A rare case ............. frozen sea - Iván Abrego
Iván Abrego
51 Majestic Landscape Photographs by Patrick Smith | Presidia Creative -
51 Majestic Landscape Photographs by Patrick Smith | Presidia Creative
51 Majestic Landscape Photographs by Patrick Smith | Presidia Creative - Iván Abrego
Venezia 2008
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On Black: They are coming!!! - Helix Nebula Over Paris DRI by... -
On Black: They are coming!!! - Helix Nebula Over Paris DRI by...
Mike Butcher
Robert Scoble
renn: Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the Web, regrets one small thing: The double slash - -
love the colour in these images ... :) very nice could sit there for hours watching the sky change - lyallbaynz from email
Lavender and Rose Macarons -
Lavender and Rose Macarons
Lavender and Rose Macarons
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اسمایلی دیدن هر چیزی برای اون موقع. میگم اینا هم خوب میشه ها مهدی :)) باید دید وارش نظرش چیه - Nimaa
من مردممممم - Asalilili
مااااادر جان - ITLine
خوبه نیما :))))))) رنگیاش خوبه میچینیم تو ظرف بلور دورش هم با گل تزئین میکنیم خوب میشه :))) - وارَش
آره موافقم باید دید از کجا می‌شه پیداش کرد :دی - Mahdi
:O هنر آشپزی منو دست کم گرفتین؟ اصلا خودم با کمک پرستو جان ، شیرینی ها رو آماده میکنیم - وارَش
وارش تا 88/8/8 برای 200 نفر دعوتی میرسید آماده کنید؟ مهمونا هم کم و درجه اول باشن ترجیحا :)) این تاریخش اسمایلی ساقی اینا : - Nimaa
نیما فقط این جور شیرینی که نمیخوایم بذاریم جلو مهمون. بقیه رو اقای ابراهیمی خودشون زحمت میکشن میارن:))) تو نگران نباش - وارَش
نیما امسال ساله اصلاح الگو مصرفه عروسی‌ باید سبک برگزار بشه :)) - Mahdi
بله بله صحبتهای وارش تایید میشه ... من همین الان از تو آشپزخونه اومدم تازه :)) - ♣ ♣ ♣
مهدی درسته هر مهمونی که اومد تو براش یه پلاکارد میزنیم دم در که سال الگوی کم مصرف کردن همینی که هست میخوایی بخواه نمیخوایی در اون طرفه :))) انتظار هم زیادی ندارن دیگه :دی - Nimaa
نیما مثل اینکه تنت هوس رافت اسلامی کرده :)) - Mahdi
آقا خوراکی ها رو وارد عرصه سی ا ست نکنین :))) - ♣ ♣ ♣
آخه نیما قوانین رو اطاعت نمی‌کنه :دی - Mahdi
نیما؟ خب مهمونا برن پس تکلیف کادو ها چی میشه؟ . بعدشم با پرستو موافقم :)) - وارَش
کی‌ با من مخالفت کرد اون شمشیر سامورایی من کجاست - Mahdi
جاااان؟ شمشیر ساموراییییییی؟ :O - وارَش
宣言してやろう。アリだ - Akira Miyamoto
وارش جون بیا مسلسلامونو پر کردم آمادست :)) - ♣ ♣ ♣
وارش، مثل اینکه پرستو هنوز طعم شمشیر سامورایی من رو نچشیده :دی - Mahdi
:))) - ♣ ♣ ♣
:))) گذاشتن پایه رگبار زیر این فید :))))) - وارَش
به به - afrodit
Thomas Hawk
Thomas Hawk
My 30,000th Photograph on Flickr -
My 30,000th Photograh on Flickr
My 30,000th Photograph on Flickr The photo above represents my 30,000th photograph published to Flickr. It’s a milestone and part of my continuing goal to publish 1,000,000 photos to Flickr before I die. This photograph is from one of my favorite shoots. A shoot I did with my wife and children a ways back in this storm drain in Big Tujunga Canyon. - Thomas Hawk
@thomasHawk didn't you say you wouldn't use flickr after they were gits once long ago? - Prolific Programmer from IM
Congratulations, Thomas! By the way, that shot would be perfect in my Vanishing Points group... I'll add an invite to it on Flickr. - Kevin Trotman
Hasan, I did stop using Flickr for a while over some some censorship issues a while back. As you know I feel pretty strongly about censorship. I changed my mind though and couldn't really stay away. - Thomas Hawk
"My 30,000th Photograph on Flickr" way to go @thomasHawk. I remember reading yr 10^6 & thinking thats ambitious. Now the Q. In the back of my mind I've been thinking about "how do you a) backup online against flickr takedowns? b) manage & curate the images as times goes on: cost, time etc? - Peter Renshaw
Well mostly I back up my photos by using drobos as primary storage. I also keep another copy of my finished photos on hard drives off location. I upload pretty much the same photos to Flickr and Zooomr. So I've got two copies. Additionally, almost all of my flickr photos are fed into clustershot where they can be marketed for stock photography. I always upload original sized photographs... more... - Thomas Hawk
Veery nice one Thomas. Good job. :) - BraGiu
Congratulations, Thomas! 970K to go! - Alexander Arsky
Cool! :-) - Kol Tregaskes
Congratulations, nice one! - ilya
Congratulations. Doesn't seem like that long since 20000. - James Myatt
Congrats Thomas! - Simon Wicks
Great shot!!! - Prakash
30,000, wow! Made me look. I'm only just past 20,000. Had no idea where I was. Need to pay attention to those landmarks. This is a wonderful shot, but then so many of yours are. You live to witness and share beauty. - Patricia F. Anderson
Awesome! - David Cook from fftogo
Congratulations, and a beautiful picture. Thanks again for sharing - Rob Kramer
That's a great photo, good work. - Patrick
good stuff - imran
500 a week! I feel slug-like. I'm so glad you do what you do with your talent at photography. Thank you for your inspiration and dedication to your craft, 4 children and spouse and a full time career aside. Very thought provoking and challenging. Congratulations on your milestone. - Matt Penning
Congrats on reaching 30,000! Your artwork is always interesting. - John (bird whisperer)
congrats Thomas! I always look at flickr each day to see what you have uploaded :) - Heather
Congrats!! - Arijit Das
Louis Gray
Front page news in today's UK Metro: New scandal at 'school for sex'
Quotes: 'She looked 19 or 20, to be honest.' and 'She says he asked her when her 16th birthday was. When she told him, he joked he couldn't wait that long.' - Louis Gray from email
What's this newspaper thing? - Jesse Stay
I only read the Metro when on the Underground as I don't get 3G/Wifi :) - Joe Dawson
I was impressed you were up this late until I realised you're on English time! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
WoH - this isn't late at all ;-) - Jesse Stay
I stopped reading Metro on the bus when I started regularly listening to podcasts - much more interesting! - Martin Bryant
That was weird, I just saw this post at the same time I picked up a Metro! - Charley M from iPhone
Are you doing touristy things, or straight to business? - DGentry
Ah, Welcome to London :) - Simon Wicks
Eeyore’s Boat (via spodzone) -
Eeyore’s Boat (via spodzone)
vow - شوخی
where is it? - شوخی
It's in Scotland - M F
Thomas Hawk
I always had a soft spot for silhouettes. nice! - Gary
Do you watch Bizarre Foods on the Travel Channel? That guy will eat ANYTHING. - Jason Wong
Someone said the S word! and i though they didn't cuss! ;) - Fee501st
Your expression while eating the escargot is hilarious! I went on an escargot hunt when I was in Paris last time and those wee buggers are decidedly more difficult to find than expected. :( - Amy
Amy: Some of that food looks good and all, but just give me a Pizza and i'm happy! lol - Fee501st
Fee: You gotta experiment, you only live once! Mind you, I can think of worse fates than living off pizzas. ;) - Amy
Iñaki: lol, that explains a lot! :P - Amy
Amy: Good point! - Fee501st
Escargots in garlic butter are very good. - Sylvain Nadeau
I've never had French food (other than fried and toast). How far east does that truck go? - George Brickner
Christopher, I live in a "village" of 40,000 people out side of Chicago. - George Brickner
Mona Nomura
If sliced bread is one of the smartest inventions ever, why are the plastic thingies that close the bag so STUPID? #isitme
Assuming you mean the twist-ties, I figured it was because a: they can be tied by machine and b: they are color-coded to indicate the day the bread was delivered (or baked, I forget). - Ha3rvey (on hiatus)
If you mean the the flat plastic thingies, #youarenotalone - Ha3rvey (on hiatus)
It is not you. I hate those bloody things. I also hate that they never stay where I put them. - EricaJoy
These What's wrong with them? They do the job, it's better than a sticky tape, which hard to open and never stick after you opened the bag. - Remo
Well, personally, I'm wondering... if sliced bread is one of the smartest inventions ever, why do I still make my own un-sliced bread every week? :D - Wirehead
Dave Winer
Thomas Hawk
Like the picture, but think that floor is just too much :) - mark zero (Jason)
The floor is the best part..."man"! - Benjamin Taylor
Robert Scoble
There are four parts to this video. One of the most interesting developers and ideas for the RealTimeWeb that I've heard yet. I wish FriendFeed has this search engine's capabilities. - Robert Scoble
Okay, you've got me hooked, RS. Gimme more, please, Sir! - James D Kirk
fascinating concept "Fluid Info": "database with a heart of a wiki" ... love his accent! Interesting to give user so much control w/o schemas, permissions, etc. Removes all the structure, - Susan Beebe
ok where's part 2 at? - Susan Beebe
Susan: Uploads from Spain are slow. - Robert Scoble
Faster than China or slower? - David Feng from IM
Sorry - wrong comment... I mean, commented to wrong person... - David Feng from IM
Gotcha! Time for some coffee although that hot chocolate does sound better :) - Susan Beebe
David: I think uploads in China were faster. But I think the hotel wifi sucks. Can't blame that on an entire country. :-) - Robert Scoble
Thanks Robert! And thanks for watching.... I'm a bit of a gasbag. - Terry Jones
Terry your ideas are amazing... ripping away the layers of db constraints to open up an evolutionary platform for information mining / sharing is simply AWESOME! My db structured brain is having a tough time computing the lack of structures, but my intuition tells me this is right for the future....neat data model design concept for sure! - Susan Beebe
Hi Susan. Thanks :-) BTW, there are permissions. You can have, e.g., a susan/rating attribute that you're putting onto things, and it's yours - no one else can detect/read/write/delete it unless you let them. OTOH, the underlying database objects have no owner. There are no permissions at that level. So you can put a rating (or anything else) onto any object (that you can find). No-one can stop you. So we're fully writable like a wiki, but with a permissions structure within the object (unlike a wiki). - Terry Jones
Ooooh got it!!! Ok so you're building a core data model (protected) with objects everywhere (open design) which are available to users who are presented with a highly customizable user profile (detect/read/write/delete ) that can call / manipulate said objects to create the user's *own* data set (which has multiple layers of permissions / attributes / tags? to control sharing, reporting and distribution of data) = fabulous! when can I have it? :) - Susan Beebe
Terry - is this something like entity/attribute/value? I did something like that a few years ago... but found it hard to do searching - equality in my thing was fine, but greater than, less than etc (ie: with a date range) were a bit harder. How have you overcome this? - Brad
@Susan. Yes, that sounds more or less right. Yes, your own data is on the objects, as it that of anyone else who wants to put something there. it's all combinable, searchable as you like. Plus you can organize multiply, simultaneously, and arbitrarily (simply by adding more tags to objs & searching). We'll do an alpha release in early 2009. - Terry Jones
@Brad. Dates are stored both numerically and textually. What gets searched on depends on the query. terry/seen > "Jan 22, 2007" is numeric, terry/seen ~ "Monday" is textual, etc. The query language is dead simple. It took me a lot of thinking to reduce everything to very very simple primitive operations and an easily parallelizable query language. - Terry Jones
BTW, there are 3 more parts to the video coming up... :-) - Terry Jones
Impressive demo and ideas. I was thinking about similar lines last week using CouchDB (a schemaless document database by Damian Katz). Also the views in FluidDB sound like views in CouchDB. I very much like the idea of sharing data and being able to annotate or enhance the original(!) data. This is Open Data on steroids. - Berry Groenendijk
Mindnumbing stuff. - ɯɥøq sɐɯoɥʇ
@Berry Hi. I'm reasonably familiar with CouchDB. It's a very different animal. CouchDB is very focused on documents, and lays out complete documents (serialized JSON strings actually, plus BLOBs) efficiently on disk. FluidDB is not focused on anything :-) And its storage is not done by object, but is instead by attribute (or tag if you like). CouchDB used to not have permissions, but I think that's changing/ed. About views yes, agreed. I hope that makes it clearer. It takes a while to get. - Terry Jones
Part #3 is now up - Terry Jones
Terry I think I am slowly getting my head around FluidDB. There is still one big problem. The way people tag things. Some people tag things with a x,y coordinates, others with a longitude and latitude, etc. You need consistent tag names (or metadata field names or whatever) to be able to effectively search data. Does FluidDB help you with this in any way? - Berry Groenendijk
Hi Berry. No, there's no help, and nor do I think there should be. Conventions evolve. They become consistent to the degree that it's important they are consistent. If it doesn't matter that you write color and I write colour, then it's no big deal. But if I write S.O.S. and you write S.O.B., it could be very important! - Terry Jones
There's a lot of evolutionary biology thinking behind FluidDB. Attributes will (implicitly) have fitness. Things that are useful will flourish, become trusted, be heavily used, and their owners will similarly gain. Other stuff will not. This gets at the question of spam too. What's spam? But that's another subject - also very important if you're going to build an information architecture that can survive its own success. - Terry Jones
Terry I like the way you think about these things. Just viewed part #4 of the interview. I am looking forward to the alpha release. - Berry Groenendijk
Eager to see Alpha product too! send me invite susan.beebe {at} gmail dot com - thanks! This is really inspiring / disruptive technology!! love it! makes my brain hurt in a GOOD way (i.e. un-doing all the overly burdensome architecture that was imprisoning my data!) :-) Terry is one smart cookie!! - Susan Beebe
How will you expire certain attributes? Similar to domain name management today, will you have leases on groups (or specific) attributes? This seems to be the way that you're going with the revenue model, and would certainly make sense after you've reached enough critical mass. When will you start allowing people to start reserving namespaces/attributes? - Davison
very neat project - mikehedge
@Terry - thanks. I built my thing on a standard relational db - Firebird, but everything was stored as text, so it was a bit difficult... :) So... how do you go about implementing "relationships"? ie: I have a video store, with all these videos, and this person rents these vids, so I'd like to send them an email when there's a new release in the genre that they've hired previously? Would love to talk to you more about this. Thanks! - Brad
@SusanBeebe - you know, that's exactly right! undoing the architecture! yes, sort of kinda..... :) and freeing one'self from the confines of relational theory... but see me other comment to Terry re relationships. Happy Days! :) - Brad
@Terry - sorry I can't stop thinking about this. In my thing, I maintained another table that aggregated all the various uses of a "thing". So at a glance, I could tell what the most used credit card was for purchases.... which state had the most sales etc.... this was a way to help the business owner make sense of all the data, and plan for the future. ie: Diners Club had like 2% of sales, yet attracted the highest fees - so that tells me get rid of Diners Club as a payment method? That sort of thing..... - Brad
@Terry - and all - I had better stop here - I could keep typing all night about this, and then miss the new year! :) So happy new year to everyone. And special thanks to Robert for bringing you to our attention. - Brad
Hi @Brad. Sorry for my slow replies - I don't get any notification of new comments here. I don't really use friendfeed (yet). I'm not sure exactly what @Susan had in mind with her "undoing the arch" comment, but that certainly captures the flavor. Re relationships, there is NO support for them. It's not a relational model. There's just a (conceptually) very simple architecture and laughably simple query language. You get to do analysis on your own CPU :-) Lots of tradeoffs there, of course. - Terry Jones
The video still works for me. - Terry Jones
Sweet and Colorful
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من عاشق اینا هستمممممممممممممممممممممممممممممممم - anahita
برای وارش که خستگیش بر طرف شه - ♣ ♣ ♣
پرستو اینو خوب امدی :) - Mahdi
a copy to Medad Rangi :D - ◄ 道 ► D/\\/|I|D ッ
Craving for some candy now! Thanks Mahdi :D - Neya
Nia, I wish you can find the best candy during exploration :) - Mahdi
ممنونم پرستو جان:) ممنون آقای ابراهیمی :) - وارَش
لایک، دوست دارم از اینا خیلی - لیلا در احتضار
وووووووی. من تازه اینا رو دیدم:))) ممنونم. یکی یه دونه میتونید بردارید :))) - وارَش
برداشتن این قرمز خوشرنگ از وسطی، گذاردن در دهان مبارک، عبور از زیر فید :-" - وارَش
Wayne Smallman
So it's mother's day, and of all the mother-themed movies that _could_ have been on TV today, we have The Spy Who Loved Me and Ben-Hur.
That's absurd, should be Bridges of Madison County at least, will make all mothers weep their hearts out... :) - Nicola Quinn
I'm almost sure last time around it was Bridge Over The River Kwai. - Wayne Smallman
Hehe :) - Nicola Quinn
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