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Post by faith forever!! on Thu May 21, 2009 1:41 am

You love someone, respect someone, like the way he/she thinks, the way he/she looks, the way he/she talks, the way he/she walks or dresses and you don't even have to say who he or she really is...... put it all in here ...say it all
I'll start :
He is clever, smart, good-looking, educated, respected, funny and hard worker.... HE IS MY IDOL Embarassed

See it's easy so who is the first and who is the lucky one to talk about???
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Post by w_ch on Wed May 27, 2009 10:20 pm

It is said in "LOVE"...

"To fear love is to fear life,and those who fera life are already three parts dead..." Bertrand Russel
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Post by Nounette on Tue Jun 02, 2009 12:53 pm

It's not mine but i liked it for this reason i want to write it
His hair is not much grizzled and is thicks, although the crown of his head is getting bald. His features are good, the nose rather brigh, the eyes largish, greyish and very expressive. He wears a moustache and beard, and dresses at dinner in exactly the same uniform which every man in London or the civilized world is bound to wear. I mention this because I had heart that he was odd and extravagant in his costume. i liked him exceedingly. We sat next each other at table, and I found him geniral, sympathetic, agreable, unaffected, with planty of light easy talk and fun without any effort or humbug of any kind.
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Post by Nounette on Tue Jun 02, 2009 1:00 pm

Another description just for you read it you will like it
Her contenance was equine, she was rather like a horse, and her head had been intended for a much longer body, she was not a tall woman. She wore her hair in not pleasing, out-of-fashion loops, coming down on either side of her face, so hiding her ears, and her garments concealed her outline, they grave her a waist like a mile stone.
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Post by Guest on Sat Jun 06, 2009 1:43 pm

he is tall, thin, he has some whit hair, he puts glasses, so so so smart, he likes help so much, tolerant, he is my home, my teacher, my beloved, my friend, yes, he is my idol, MY FATHER
"every girl is a big fan to her father"

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