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APRIL

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El Borracho said:
HAHA, PEOPLE WITH JOBS


My friend's got a boyfriend man and she hates that dick (hey now)
She tells me every day (woo! every minute now)
He wants more dinero just to stay at home
Well my friend
You gotta say: (say! say!)

I won't pay, I won't pay ya (woo), no way
now, now, Why don't you get a job (woo - hey now!)
Say no way, say no way ya, no way
now, now, Why don't you get a job
(oh yeah!)
I won't give you no money
I always pay
now, now, Why don't you get a job (get a job!)
Say no way, say no way ya, no way
now, now, Why don't you get a
job!
 

zengirl

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April23 said:
Parts of houses do. :hs:

...wear the leaves for a dress.
:lol:

Plans for eloping in 2 months were keboshed when Ryan's parents decided they wanted to be invited along with a few other family and friends.
 

theacoustician

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zengirl said:
:lol:

Plans for eloping in 2 months were keboshed when Ryan's parents decided they wanted to be invited along with a few other family and friends.
The point to eloping is that you don't tell anyone.
 

zengirl

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theacoustician said:
The point to eloping is that you don't tell anyone.
They got me drunk and then asked me about the wedding. I can't lie like that.

They totally took advantage of my weakened condition. :(
 

APRIL

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zengirl said:
They got me drunk and then asked me about the wedding. I can't lie like that.

They totally took advantage of my weakened condition. :(


Tell them sorry, you're eloping. :lol:


I mean it IS for you two, thats what matters in the wedding most. :hs:
 

Sarcasmo

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Yep.


e·lope (ĭ-lōp')
intr.v., e·loped, e·lop·ing, e·lopes.
To run away secretly with a lover, especially with the intention of getting married.
To run away; abscond.
 

zengirl

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April23 said:
Tell them sorry, you're eloping. :lol:


I mean it IS for you two, thats what matters in the wedding most. :hs:
:lol: seriously. I know they're going to be upset anyway when they find out I would rather have a civil ceremony rather than a religious one.
 

APRIL

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zengirl said:
:lol: seriously. I know they're going to be upset anyway when they find out I would rather have a civil ceremony rather than a religious one.


Most parents are that way. :sigh: good luck.