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When we joined we had no idea we were supposed to be clever. So we just used our names. And had to run it all together because the input screen didn't like spaces. I guess that just brings us closer together.

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Twisty— I bet you wish you have a video of the meeting...

TDW— I never would want to eat wombat...just make a hat out of the fur...

Sailingdog... my wife's nickname for me was big dog, and I sail..
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Twisty— I bet you wish you have a video of the meeting...

TDW— I never would want to eat wombat...just make a hat out of the fur...

Sailingdog... my wife's nickname for me was big dog, and I sail..
Oh how I wish I had a video of it! I was racing cars at the time and I had scheduled the whole thing from the beginning around a weekend I would be in out of town, I told him(as the other woman) that i lived in a town which just happened to be about 20 miles from where I was racing. We were to meet at a store parking lot.. When I walked out of the store he didn't know exactly what to do. For a moment I saw a flicker of panic and then it hit him, he had been had. Looking back now, it was the greatest moment in our doomed relationhip...LOL
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