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    I’m thinking of selling my vacuum, its just collecting dust…


    How could a vacuum collect dust?


    The same way it collects dirt, pieces of fuzz, and the occasional marble or crayon bit.

    ED IT OR

    little drunk froggie, its a joke. a vaccum is a specific brand hoover.


    I know EXACTLY what OP WANTED to write. Something about selling a vacuum CLEANER.

    If a vacuum had dust, it wouldn’t be vacuum!!!

    (and mind you, I’m not drunk!!)

    drunk maybe are the people who pick up a machine and call it by its brand name – ie. ‘Hoover’ (vacuum cleaner), the famous ‘Casio’ (electronic musical keyboard), ‘Tiger’, ‘Tender’ in Israel (bus, van).

    No, silly, they don’t put item names on the items. (I went out and bought myself an extra Dell that plugs into my dell. When I turn on my Dell and Dell, then click with my Dell on the file, I can print it on my Dell)

    You’re supposed to know yourself what the item is. (yeah, come to think of it, I never saw a sign “CAR” on a car, , neither in the front, back, sides or underneath)


    Hallo?!? Where are you? (I thought the sun never sets over there)

    Just wanted to tell you to be careful how you drive. A NORMAL brit drives on the wrong side. A crazybrit drives on the right side… so if you ever meet up….<oish, I’m closing my eyes in fear>, JUST BE CAREFUL.. We need you..

    ED IT OR

    Wee Lil Frog, Its good to be needed!


    Islam- the religion of peace

    One piece here, another piece there


    cb, (as I wrote to you once before, I’d rather not spell out your negative sounding s/n), OF COURSE you’re wanted. And needed. You’re the only you. Nobody else can be!!


    Why don’t you want to spell it out? Perhaps it means crazy as in:

    Informal. intensely enthusiastic; passionately excited:

    “crazy about baseball.”


    Informal. very enamored or infatuated (usually followed by about):

    “He was crazy about pasta.”

    Or even:

    Slang. wonderful; excellent; perfect:

    “That’s crazy, man, crazy


    Me? I don’t use such expressions, I’m not wild, no, not at all (oh, really?) Deep down, I’m really tame..


    Tame as a satisfied lion…with the spirit of a housecat…

    ED IT OR

    Nah, none of those are reasons for my screen name are right, the true reason is>>>>>>> actually ill give u all a bit more guessing time.


    I wrote earlier, you’re the only one who drives on the right side of the road there.

    ED IT OR

    Right Side wrong side, its all the same. as long as on the road and not in a random ditch.

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕


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