Ive been talking to my good friend lately and shes at another school. We've always connected very well and it was insane. Like we get along so incredibly away from each other and everything clicks. Honestly i cant put it into word tonight and last night we just talked about some the most intense shit and it flowed. We are just really good friends-more than friends is indeed a possiblity but distance will be a problem- 6hour drive were looking at between each other. She has qualities that i need and i hav qualities she needs its freakin insane. Should we take it further? I dont kno whats going to happen but of course i hav to think about it. If anyone can help me out here leme know ( serious posts please ). Leme kno thanks
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NO BRIAN, its I before E except after C, an when sounding like a in a neighbor in weigh and on weekends and holidays and all through out may and you'll always be wrong no MATTER WHAT YOU SAY!
i met my girl in maythen in august she left to teach in the domincan republic, over 2000 miles away from me. we had only dated for 2 months before she left and we are doing great. i am just grateful i will see her at christmas and hopefully i can save the $600 for a ticket down there. When you find the right one it is definitely worth it, and you will know it.
ski ( P ) (sk￼)
n. pl. skis
One of a pair of long flat runners of plastic, metal, or wood that curve upward in front and may be attached to a boot for gliding or traveling over snow.
A water ski.
Something that is used as a runner on a vehicle: a helicopter with skis for landing on snow and ice.
v. skied, ski·ing, skis
To travel or glide on skis, especially as a sport.
To travel or glide over on skis: ski a mountain slope.
jib2 ( P ) Pronunciation Key (jb)
intr.v. jibbed, jib·bing, jibs
To stop short and turn restively from side to side; balk.
Jib Jib, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Jibbed; p. pr. & vb. n. Jibbing.] Also Jibb Jibb [Cf. Jib a sail, Gybe.] (Chiefly Naut.) To shift, or swing round, as a sail, boom, yard, etc., as in tacking.