A labyrinth of labia's  

Tala4u2 54M  
2089 posts
5/15/2005 1:02 am

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A labyrinth of labia's

Due to my past irrational behaviour I am very content to let others vent when pissed off about something. Of course this is related to the one reply to posts received travesty.

One of the most endearing aspects of blogging is the personalisation of our contact among the community. That is what many of the posters want and appreciate. What the current system enforces is a 'beancounter' resolution to a problem with THEIR system which WE make work. The customer is ALWAYS right and yes dear provider of the service that we MAKE work YOU mcough up tyhe cash to improve YOUR service.

The impersonality of the cyber world is what this blogger section overcomes and what is being done is a beancounter approach to rectifying another related occurence on the CHEAP. As I was once a paid subscriber this is one of the reasons why I am no longer one. I maintain my registration simply because of the people who I enjoy listening to expat, mnfun, keefcancook and of course seeing their fantastic pics , Papy, Sexyfit, Wyvern, MzHunyhole, Mackey5 and on and on and on... Where was I oh yeah these great two dimensional images have substance because they blog.

If i knew where you worked AdultFriendFinder i'd deliver some deadly koala's to you and then you would be very quick to rectify the issue. Koala's may look cute and cuddly but they have a secret.

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,

wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
5/15/2005 6:42 am

Lol Tala be sure to include a couple of leathal platypus while at it!


expatbrit49 62M

5/15/2005 8:32 am

Each day since I rescued you from whatever……. I have had nagging doubts about what you all are doing down there in the future. It seems to have something to do with training attack animals and its keeping wyvernrose up all hours of the future days and nights.

Now I can understand the need for guard dogs or attack hamsters but what’s with all these evolutionary oddities and what are these killer Koalas going eat when they get to California? There is more to this than meets the eye.

Thank You for Your Time and Attention

papyrina 51F
21133 posts
5/15/2005 12:24 pm

you cruel aussies,both of you those poor animals don't deserve Palto Alto,send in the Kangaroos as aleast they have more chance with the traffic and a lovely right and left hook

I'm a

i'm here to stay

Expatbrit50_ 61M

5/15/2005 3:11 pm

Hummm Platypus is that one, if so would Platypussies be a gaggle of them?

Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
5/15/2005 6:36 pm

To think that the first Platypus (Latin for flat footed duck) was thought to be a joke when delivered to the British museum just shows how our lovely fauna is misrepresented at least their poisonous spurs drop off at 3 years for some reason. Yes expat your rescue may one day be viewed as a great error hahahaaa. I am going to include a tour to the north just so I can see Wyverns sensational ass! For years we have been exporting Eucalyotus trees to California and all along they though it was because we cared for the environment clever buggers aren't we down here. Oh Papy we are not cruel just we know why the animals do not run the country and so use them how we see fit. Kangaroos are very vicious and we do not unleash them on anyone else we'd rather send the Big Salties instead even idiots know not to get close to them.

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,

Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
5/16/2005 3:29 pm

Hunyhole now really you dont live in a tube of lubricant now do you. I prefer you as Huny now that for breakfast would have to be classed as 'sex on toast'. You would be welcome to come see our great land we are all relaxed today after another public holiday, for a horse race!

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,

mnfun952 102M

5/16/2005 6:54 pm

Vorpal Koalas.... they've a mean streak a mile wide and teeth twice as sharp!! Reminds me of a mishap at the Toranga Zoo in Sidney... a couple of those cute little critters broke free of their chains and went on a rampage, ripping the throats of zoo goers...it wasn't pretty. But maybe that was just some bad acid.



mnfun952 102M

5/16/2005 6:56 pm

oh yea, and that was actually the taronga zoo in sydney... see, I did that just so I could put a second comment in there... I love second comments... now that I can do it.. I just can't get enough of these multiple comments... ooooooo soo fine.. me addicted? nah... I have it perfectly under control.

mnfun952 102M

5/16/2005 6:58 pm

Shall I go for three? Do I dare? oh man... this is just too exquisite.... Thrice Commented!!

the comment? oh, yea... ummmm how come I can't request a review of my own comment?


LustGoddess2469 50F  
2453 posts
5/16/2005 9:42 pm

I'm just wondering if the killer Koalas are in any way related to the infamous Killer Rabbit of Monty Python's Holy Grail? Hmmmm....makes one wonder.


Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
5/17/2005 6:08 pm

The 'Killer'Koala is a term more apptly placed upon the Vorpal Koala that Mnfun saw decimate patrons at Toronga Zoo a small sub genus of the major species genus the "So Stoned on Eucapyptus we sit Shitfaced in trees all day" Koala. The 'Hippy' Koala is often seen to be the safer of the type but is a particulary awful wee beastie whose disgusting secrets I canot even bring myself to post at the minute. The Mythical Rabbit from 'The Holy Grail" could have been based upon the Australian "Drop Bear" a tree dwelling mammal that is approximately the size of a Polar Bear and is now featuring in a series of very successful Bundaberg Rum commercial series. Alyhough not related to the Koala, Drop bears are often mistaken for being a relative of them. A purely homocidal creature it again likes to sit in trees and 'Drop' on its prey. Hunting of the Drop Bears is illegal due to conservation efforts by the bereaved families of former hunters as the score is too often in favour of the Drop Bear.

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,

mnfun952 102M

5/17/2005 8:03 pm

Bundy made me puke one too many times... just a whiff makes me green... blah...

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