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Posted By: Skully on 2009-06-01
In Reply to: BTW, Skull-less, it did not go over my head. s/m - the truth is out there

You're so typical. People like you always vomit out the same remarks when someone challenges you. You're a laugh riot, and you just made my day. Obviously, I've gotten under your skin.

I only hope you have half as much fun and laughs as I do in my life. Though you so desperately want to believe I have a "hellish, miserable world." Sorry to disappiont you, sister. I love every single day.

I got a hoot out of your message board karma/bad juju warning. I guess you ARE that gullible. Lol!!!!!

"FYI, in school I was the cute popular girl..."
hahahahahahahahhahahahahahahaha - uh, riiiiiiiiight.

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