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    Default Friendship. The Best Medicine.

    When we share laughter,
    There's twice the fun;
    When we share success,
    We've surpassed what we've done.

    When we share problems,
    There's half the pain;
    When we share tears,
    A rainbow follows rain.

    When we share dreams,
    They become more real;
    When we share secrets,
    It's our hearts we reveal.

    If we share a smile,
    That's when our love shows;
    If we share a hug,
    That's when our love grows.

    If we share with someone
    On whom we depend,
    That person is always
    Family or friend.

    And what draws us closer
    And makes us all care,
    Is not what we have,
    But the things we share!

    ~ Jill Wolf ~


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    Thanks Sally, that is a very appropriate poem for us. Also a very nice one to read.
    Virginia

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    What Virginia said.
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    I'll share my drugs but you can't have my pain.

    xoxoxo


    PS
    Do you know that 3 Xs will be censored!!!!!!!!!
    That is hilarious.

    Mike...is that for real?
    Last edited by renee; 06-19-2012 at 09:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renee View Post
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    I'll share my drugs but you can't have my pain.

    xoxoxo


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    Do you know that 3 Xs will be censored!!!!!!!!!
    That is hilarious.

    Mike...is that for real?

    *** Trying this out

    Edited to add: You're right, renee. What is offensive about 3 x's?
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    Agate- Think old Times Square, NYC.

    I am going to have to report us as offensive.

    ***hahahaha***hahaha

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    X X X

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    Quote Originally Posted by agate View Post
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    *** Trying this out

    Edited to add: You're right, renee. What is offensive about 3 x's?
    I suspect it's trying to avoid being seen as a **** site. I think a lot of them use X X X.

    LOL, this site just edited my post because of a word I used! They're just being careful to keep bad folks away!
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    All right, Vicky, now I want to guess what word you didn't get away with. Was it ****? And I'm going to try out the *** and see if it goes through.

    (After Previewing the post) Looks as if neither one of them made it past the censors. I thought using capital X's would work for the X's but apparently not.

    X X X I'll try spacing between the capital X's.

    Back to guessing Vicky's word. I'll try the same word in a different way: p*rn?

    After more previewing: Looks as if you can type X X X (capitals with a space in between).
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