Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
For a c-note or two, I'll keep that nonexisting picture off my blog, despite the fact that careful linking could probably net me 50,000 hits in a day or two.
So she doesn't have one of these?http://www.leiasmetalbikini.com/(Sniff, sniff)
Pfft. If that picture doesn't exist, then I suppose that was your evil twin I saw?
Bwahahaha. Who searches for these things anyways?!ps - Hi Trevor! :)
Ain't it nice to be stalked?I wouldn't know. I made the bikini picture of myself available over a year ago, and so far all I've gotten is threats that I "better not go anywhere near MY kids!"
If it doesn't exist, there's always Photoshop ;)
Woohoo! I'm the number 1 search result! :-)On account of having this post and this post on the front page at the same time and having The High Road on my link roster.
I'm a little puzzled, Tam -- why were YOU looking for that non-existent photo? Surely you've seen it?
" I'm a little puzzled, Tam -- why were YOU looking for that non-existent photo?"I was just checking SiteMeter to see what Google searches landed folks on the doorstep of my humble virtual abode. Imagine my lack of surprise... ;)
That (presumably) guy was looking in the wrong place. Instead of "The High Road" he should have looked ... arrgh ... I'm ... being ... force ... choked
I love that 'droids line. I use it frequently. I'm glad I chased those links and found the Jeff Gordon song. Oh, and aren't you up late? Since you get up with the chickens, that surprises me.
The question is not whether the picture is here, but rather, could it be? :)Oleg, you're needed in Knoxville.
Wait wait...so she's not half-nekkid somewhere?
such a picture would probably drive you sitemeter hit-counter thru the roof....
It does exist or, at least, it did exist. I saw it once but I think it was on TFL. As I told Tamara, I have an excellent visual memory, I don't need to see it again.:)Byron
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