ChibiJesh

Jessica, 28, mujer, CanadáVisto por última vez: Marzo 2014

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  • brokenever

    Leaving you a shout because you're awesome and I love you! :)

    1 Mar 2011 Responder
  • jomar44

    Hello. Been meaning to write and I will soon. In the meanwhile, have a brilliant Christmas and all the best for the new year! Hope you received lots of good music and books! We don't open our prezzies until after the Christmas meal. So I don't what I've got, if anything. John

    25 Dic 2010 Responder
  • jomar44

    When you do, let me know what you think of them. I'd be interested to hear.

    25 Jun 2010 Responder
  • jomar44

    I recommend the "Mortal Engines" series. Author: Philip Reeve. Excellent! Of course, you're now 24, so, oh dear, maybe TOO OLD. They're supposedly for teens. I'm ok. Second childhood. You could tell! Ooh, like you, too. I been enjoying children's fiction since .. well since I was a child, and I've never got out of the habit. TTYL. Bye!

    24 Jun 2010 Responder
  • jomar44

    I lied! "Oh no! and I made him my friend!" she cried. Calm down, dear, (I don't suppose you have this obnoxious advert in Canada, so the reference will pass you by. Aren't you lucky) it's only a small lie. I don't have ALL Neil Gaiman's books. Well, I didn't, but I do now. Good old Father's Day! I put this remaining volume on my birthday list ... and disappointment, disappointment, I received other books instead. Good ones, actually. Prequals to the Mortal Engines series (I asked for those, too). Missing Gaiman, "Fragile Things", appeared a couple of weeks later on Father's Day. Oh, joy! Actually, I'm still not sure that I have ALL Neil Gaiman's books. I was SO desperate to be friends, I'd have said, well, almost anything! I'll check on www.FantasticFiction.co.uk. Brilliant site. When I worked in our local library, we used it all the time. if you don't already know it, It appears to contain every author of fiction there is and was and all their works to date in chronological order.

    24 Jun 2010 Responder
  • jomar44

    Wow! Fast, or what! Thanks for adding me. Didn't twist your arm too much, I hope? I may be a crumblie but I don't know my own strength sometimes. Once more, thanks. And once more, best wishes and take care. Excellent music library, by the way. Bye. Do you have a favourite Neil Gaiman book? Glad you didn't boot out that neilhimself bloke. He probably needs the friendship. Ok, ok, I'm leaving ...

    17 Jun 2010 Responder
  • jomar44

    Hello. I requested your friendship, oh, back whenever and I see that you haven't cancelled the request. Does that mean there's still hope? Look, I actually read books, too; and I love The Birthday Massacre (really!); I have ALL Neil Gaiman's books (ok, not his graphic novels - I'm not made of money); I've been reading science fiction (and fantasy) since I was six (maybe it was eight) and ... who's Johnny Hollow? Also, as well, too, I have SUPER musical compatibility with you! So, how about It, eh? Eh? If you've set yourself a five friends limit, then get rid of the neilhimself bloke - call that a username! I await your call. Oh, and best wishes and take care.

    17 Jun 2010 Responder
  • Carmaynaw

    Check http://www.last.fm/music/Project+Silence trance spirited industrial/experimental band from Finland. They combines elements of dark electro and aggrotech to brutal industrial metal and mixes beautiful trance together. This band IS worth of listening! www.myspace.com/projectsilenceofficial free music www.projectsilence.info

    22 Feb 2010 Responder
  • coolsaffi

    Superb collectiion of music, found some new stuff, many thanks and greeting from the UK.

    3 Abr 2009 Responder

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