Dear breathtaking woman at mcdonalds I would be honored to take you out for peanut butter ice cream some time.
Enjoyed Sunday night, and would like to meet again. You beautiful dark eyes, and goatee. Me, hosted, had the trailer, the dogs, and to much to drink
"… it was not published until 1715, when it appeared in a small quarto volume under the title, A geographical, historical description of the shire of Tweeddale, with a miscelany and curious collection of select Scotish poems, dedicated to William Douglas, earl of March (and lacking the promised map of Tweeddale, a circumstance attributed to ‘Mr Adair’s gout’).”
This was his fourth time at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, and he was arguably the most famous speller never to have won a title. As a fifth-grader, the Queens native finished in a tie for ninth, tripping up on “presa.” He did even better the next year, reaching the 17th round before the word…