MaltaMon

Easton, PA

#245 Jan 23, 2013
Katie Dear, a daughter born on your birthday just as John Lennon had a son born on his. Congratulations. May she "build a ladder to the stars and climb on every rung."
MaltaMon

Easton, PA

#246 Jan 23, 2013
(That line was Bob Dylan's--not John's)
Bollocks to Cameron

UK

#247 Jan 23, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
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I think it was apple cyder if I remember well.
To Zuiko i love cyder yes you are right it was apple cyder i use to drink.Then i discovered Old Moores Pear Cyder it is a real old farm house cyder that is fermented in Kent Lovely.PS i love all cyder.
Katie Mellish

UK

#248 Jan 23, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
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I think it was apple cyder if I remember well.
Sorry about the monika on the above post i responded to some cretin on another forum from this country sorry about that name i did change it but i think it jumped back-Katie.
Katie Mellish

UK

#249 Jan 23, 2013
coyote wrote:
<quoted text> pear cyder- ha- I think !!!! she may let us know later- the HMP should do the trick plus the fact the job she has/had vs. the supervision you requested- ha- the picture above your name you should recall ? Your blow which ko'd mm certainly seemed Sir Arthurian !!
Hello Coyote i have just stated above why i love pear cyder sorry about the above monika Bollocks to Cameron.I hate torys i cannot stand them or their KKKapitalistic politics favouring the rich over the poor.Society is for all of us not just the few.Katie Mellish xxxxxx.47144
Katie Mellish

UK

#250 Jan 23, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
Katie Dear, a daughter born on your birthday just as John Lennon had a son born on his. Congratulations. May she "build a ladder to the stars and climb on every rung."
To MM thankyou i will remember those words and when my daughter is old enough i will speak those words to her.And i will also tell her somebody called MM spoke those loving words to me on the internet 23/1/13.Thankyou i will not forget what you have told me all the best and takecare Katie Mellish xxx.PS thankyou for such a loving message.xx.
Katie Mellish

UK

#251 Jan 23, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
(That line was Bob Dylan's--not John's)
I must say you know your music MM i liked the lyrics to the song Katies gone thankyou for that song.Katie Mellish xxx.
Katie Mellish

UK

#252 Jan 23, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
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Katie, I don't know what profession you are referring to since I have had several. Can you give me a clue?
....Eerrrrm along the lines of mine but more akin to my mothers you and my mother both belonged to the same family.You and my mother are brother and sister if you know what i mean.You must remember what my mother once was and once did.Katie
Katie Mellish

UK

#253 Jan 23, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
Hello Katie, the details you ask for have all been forgotten, being such a long time ago. And I don't want to give private details about you or me to pleasse the troll duo of Malmon and his servant.
But I certainly know your profession in HMP. The stupid trolls will have to figure that one out.
Let's see what else I can remember, that you are a Bow shooting enthusiast, live in some sort of farmhouse, that's all I can recall at the moment.
Ah yes, and also that you like cider.
But I didn't know that you had a baby since I have been away, according to Coyote anyway. Has he been visiting you?
Hello Zuiko yes i do work for HMP-only Sir Arthur would have typed in HMP in capital letters.Yes you are right there but iam a shooting enthusiast,bows,crossbows and firearms-i love my guns remember.I also love fencing remember me talking to you about swords?Yes you are right i do live in an old farmhouse in rural Middleton my next door neighbour lives one mile away from me.And yes i love cyder i also like moonshine.Katie xx.
Katie Mellish

UK

#254 Jan 23, 2013
Lisa C wrote:
I attended a all girls school during the 60's 7th to 9th grade. We did our training swims topless.Bottoms were required always and a top if boys were present or during official competitions. The tradition started as medical exams were preformed during tryouts an continued as a result of peer pressure by the older girls.Was awkward at first over time became totally natural.
During a class reunion several years ago found out the practice was banned as a result of students using camera phones.An issue we did not have in my school days.
To Lisa C hello interesting story you have here and original at that.I must say i have never heard of topless swimming but you have a valid and original story please post again and put your views forward thankyou.
Katie Mellish

UK

#256 Jan 23, 2013
Lisa C wrote:
I attended a all girls school during the 60's 7th to 9th grade. We did our training swims topless.Bottoms were required always and a top if boys were present or during official competitions. The tradition started as medical exams were preformed during tryouts an continued as a result of peer pressure by the older girls.Was awkward at first over time became totally natural.
During a class reunion several years ago found out the practice was banned as a result of students using camera phones.An issue we did not have in my school days.
I do know that some schools do have strange customs and traditions i once mentioned on one of the deleted threads about a girl that i knew whos school had showers everyday after registration.And after PE and games and other activerties she had six showers every Monday.Strange but true i mentioned that one 2 and a 1/2 years back.Infact this girl had to shower 11 times at school during the school week.I think we all have tales to tell about school but please post again looking forward to hearing from you-takecare.
Katie Mellish

UK

#257 Jan 23, 2013
When i mentioned showers after registration i mean every morning registration not afternoon registration.

Since: Jan 13

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#258 Jan 24, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
(That line was Bob Dylan's--not John's)
Are you sure it was not Bob of Canada, since you are so obsessed with Bobs?
Largelanguage

Rhyl, UK

#259 Jan 24, 2013
Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>I do know that some schools do have strange customs and traditions i once mentioned on one of the deleted threads about a girl that i knew whos school had showers everyday after registration.And after PE and games and other activerties she had six showers every Monday.Strange but true i mentioned that one 2 and a 1/2 years back.Infact this girl had to shower 11 times at school during the school week.I think we all have tales to tell about school but please post again looking forward to hearing from you-takecare.
Administrators of swimming baths would face legal action for letting boys swim nude!
Largelanguage

Rhyl, UK

#260 Jan 24, 2013
Lets report this thread for encouraging pedophila, the mothers bathing teen sons thread was deleted too.
MaltaMon

Philadelphia, PA

#261 Jan 24, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
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Are you sure it was not Bob of Canada, since you are so obsessed with Bobs?
Strange thing for someone to post when he's insisted that he will ignore me, that my comments aren't worthy of a response from him. Stranger still because the comment to which he replirs wss not directed toward him at all. Strangest of all is that he accuses ME of obsession when he created his new identity as Zuiko for the express purpose of attacking me, which he did with his very first post, and simply can't leave me alone, even after having proclaimed gleefully that with one of his first nasty postings to me he'd delivered a "knockout". Who is obsesed, Little Queenie? Who has a hard-on for whom? Still haven't looked up "irony" in the dictionary, have you?
MaltaMon

Philadelphia, PA

#262 Jan 24, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
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Are you sure it was not Bob of Canada, since you are so obsessed with Bobs?
And given the context of the particular comment to which you refer here--which, again, neither was directed toward you nor concerned you at all, but someone's infant--this bitchy, effeminately nasty, petulant, childishly snide remark of yours constitutes a new low for this thread and the other. Congratulations, Zuiko/SixtySomething: your presence here finally made a difference, albeit to a loving mother rather than the focus of your obsessive endeavor on these sexy nude-boy threads. That poor mother and her newborn daughter. You just HAD to sully their sweet moment. Surprising behavior, indeed, even in one who hates women and girls sexually. It's uncivilized.
coyote

Halifax, Canada

#263 Jan 24, 2013
MM may be somewhat truthful in his retort it takes him very little time to construct a post!... THEY R ALL THE SAME--- no genuine thot, logic or change of approach--- he is as bad as I am (well almost).... his "tongue in gear brain in neutral" is obvious when he insinuates Zuiko (accept he is former Sir Art) is anti female!!!.. whoaaaa mm- the world may indeed be flat....ck bigtalk !
MaltaMon

Sewell, NJ

#264 Jan 24, 2013
coyote wrote:
MM may be somewhat truthful in his retort it takes him very little time to construct a post!... THEY R ALL THE SAME--- no genuine thot, logic or change of approach--- he is as bad as I am (well almost).... his "tongue in gear brain in neutral" is obvious when he insinuates Zuiko (accept he is former Sir Art) is anti female!!!.. whoaaaa mm- the world may indeed be flat....ck bigtalk !
Right, right, coyote. Ivwill. I promise.
Katie Mellish

UK

#265 Jan 24, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
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I think it was apple cyder if I remember well.
To Zuiko hello you are right i do like apple cyder but i love my Old Moores Pear cyder now that is a drink and a half iam drinking a pint of Jerimiah Weeds root beer at this moment.This root beer iam drinking is a real cool beer it is brewed in America infact it is a Kentucky brew it is a real smooth drink nice.Talking about nice beers i took my Children down to see my mum on Saturday so when my children were with my mum i done some shopping for her.I went down to Asda in Harpurhey to get her shopping in and i popped into a pub i have never been in before called the Jolly Miller and i had two pints of Oakwell bitter.Oakwell bitter and mild are a country brew and i can tell you that Oakwell bitter is the best pint i have ever had in North Manchester and it was only 2.10 a pint.Erm i think i will go in that pub again my boy friend lives near the Jolly Miller i caanot believe that i have never been in that pub before it is a nice pub.Zuiko i can tell you what is a nice strong cyder have you heard of Three Hammers? it is 7.5% in strength and comes in 6 pint bottles.The only place i know of that sells Three Hammers is B&M down Harpurhey.I think Three Hammers is made near Birmingham but anyway it is a nice drink.Zuiko what is your favourite drink?

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