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  1. whipping cream and a body chocolate moose would be nice!
  2. Blu Ray is a next-generation disc and can not play on DVD or CD player. I hate it because I have to used it on playstaytion 3 or X- box also cost more.
  3. Massage and beauty therapist. Just because of its summer here i got so much waxing to do and of course I seen so many different type of ***** form do a waxing and spray tan treatments. LOL!
  4. Nalee

    In the love mood..

    It's genetics sense of human be.
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    In the love mood..

    "True love doesn't mean being inseparable; it means being separated and nothing changes..."When you feel alone, just look at the spaces between your fingers, remember that in those spaces you can see my fingers locked with yours forever." If I could have just one wish,I would wish to wake up everyday to the sound of your breath on my neck, the warmth of your lips on my cheek, the touch of your fingers on my skin,and the feel of your heart beating with mine... Knowing that I could never find that feeling with anyone other than you...
  6. Nalee

    In the love mood..

    "True love doesn't mean being inseparable; it means being separated and nothing changes..."When you feel alone, just look at the spaces between your fingers, remember that in those spaces you can see my fingers locked with yours forever." If I could have just one wish,I would wish to wake up everyday to the sound of your breath on my neck, the warmth of your lips on my cheek, the touch of your fingers on my skin,and the feel of your heart beating with mine... Knowing that I could never find that feeling with anyone other than you...
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    Naughty By Nature

    first one's horny and second is scary..
  8. Chatty and Soda got an experienced with a horny ghost? haaha take care!
  9. Maybe even ghosts are scared of you? i think.
  10. Have you ever stayed in a haunted hotel? I did - about 4 years ago when my husband and I were vacationing in Bangkok. Before we settled into Bangkok we took a short trip for about 5-days in Phuket - southern Thailand. We arrived at the airport late in the evening at around 10.30pm. We were picked up by a hotel driver at the Phuket Airport and were driven through the dark and winding roads up to the mountains and arrived to a beautiful new resort hotel in Khao Lak area about 2 hours later. The hotel driver was very nice and friendly. When we got in the car we were very tired from the long flight and I saw my husband had closed his eyes and went sleep but I enjoyed talking in Thai with the driver. But after a while the storied became not enjoyable. At first he talked about how much Phuket has changed and then the conversation changed to turned to the Tsunami about a year before and how many people has were missing and died and how bad the Tsunami was? Ooohhh... this was beginning to freak me out! We about half way to Khao Lak and things around was so dark and at one time the driver turned to me and smiled and that made him looks more scarier and creepier! I tried to not thinking to much about anything until we arrived at the hotel. The hotel we were stayed was very nice and new and we had a very enjoyable time relaxing around there.The hotel pool was topless style and it appeared that many of the guest were European and did not wear their bathing suit tops in and around the pool area.And some were naked sitting up on the balcony. Since we were far from anyone we knew my husband even asked me that if I want to remove my top but No way! Not me! I'm not going to do that in public! No thank you! On very night we had a different experience; one night we ate at the hotel, another at a nearby local bar / restaurant and another night we went to a nearby town and walked around until we stopped at a cool looking bar. It didn't look busy't so we went in and ordered drinks. The bartender made some really good drinks and so my husband and started to talk with him about what it was like when the Tsunami hit while I was talked to some tourist that were there before us. The bartender was showing a magazine with lot of rare really graphic photos around the time of the Tsunami and that tears were beginning to roll down from his eyes and over his cheeks. I told him that the tsunami was worst than he thought. When we went back to the hotel and we could not sleep until early morning. We left Khao lak the next day spent a few nights in downtown Phuket before flying back to Bangkok. In Bangkok we stayed in an old hotel around Sukhumvit 22. I choose this hotel because It was artistic and in a traditional Thai style interior design with a nice but dim lit garden. The first night stayed we stayed was not quite like thought I would expect. When I was in the bathroom taking a shower and I felt someone as if someone was looking at me from the corners of the room and many times I turned to look but there was no one - really creepy I thought. We went sleep and everything seemed to be okay that night. The next day I went shopping while my husband stayed at the room relaxing but when I returned he told me that some strange things happened around the room we stayed. He said that he saw and heard someone walk past out bedroom windows and thinking it was me returning he went to meet me at the door but there was no one there. He also told me that while in the bathroom he heard some tree branch or something scratching on the roof and then when he went outside to look there was no tree branch or anything nearby to make the sound. He tried to stay calm but the whole stay was getting stranger by the day. I told him maybe he shouldn't worry but deep down I was very worried! That night I lay wide wake in bed for a long time as I could not sleep worrying about what my husband told me earlier that afternoon. At one time in the middle of the night I hear a clicking sound of a pen I remember left on the counter in the kitchen. OMG! I was sooo scared! I felt sweat was all over my body and the next thing I felt was someone touching my hair softly. At first I thought great my husband woke up but when I turned to looked at him I saw that he was sleeping and lying on his side with his back against me! Who then touched my hair? I didn't get any sleep until morning and when my husband woke up I told him that I needed to talk to the hotel manager or someone. I went out to the front desk and told the lady who was working in the reception that day about our experiences. I saw her face changing to pale shade and she told me that the hotel will move us to a new building and upgrade to a better room. In the new room we felt much better and we had a good time until we left Bangkok. Sometime later I found out from a hotel maid that someone was killed in the same room we stayed in at first! Creepy Scary Huh!
  11. Have you ever stayed in a haunted hotel? I did - about 4 years ago when my husband and I were vacationing in Bangkok. Before we settled into Bangkok we took a short trip for about 5-days in Phuket - southern Thailand. We arrived at the airport late in the evening at around 10.30pm. We were picked up by a hotel driver at the Phuket Airport and were driven through the dark and winding roads up to the mountains and arrived to a beautiful new resort hotel in Khao Lak area about 2 hours later. The hotel driver was very nice and friendly. When we got in the car we were very tired from the long flight and I saw my husband had closed his eyes and went sleep but I enjoyed talking in Thai with the driver. But after a while the storied became not enjoyable. At first he talked about how much Phuket has changed and then the conversation changed to turned to the Tsunami about a year before and how many people has were missing and died and how bad the Tsunami was? Ooohhh... this was beginning to freak me out! We about half way to Khao Lak and things around was so dark and at one time the driver turned to me and smiled and that made him looks more scarier and creepier! I tried to not thinking to much about anything until we arrived at the hotel. The hotel we were stayed was very nice and new and we had a very enjoyable time relaxing around there.The hotel pool was topless style and it appeared that many of the guest were European and did not wear their bathing suit tops in and around the pool area.And some were naked sitting up on the balcony. Since we were far from anyone we knew my husband even asked me that if I want to remove my top but No way! Not me! I'm not going to do that in public! No thank you! On very night we had a different experience; one night we ate at the hotel, another at a nearby local bar / restaurant and another night we went to a nearby town and walked around until we stopped at a cool looking bar. It didn't look busy't so we went in and ordered drinks. The bartender made some really good drinks and so my husband and started to talk with him about what it was like when the Tsunami hit while I was talked to some tourist that were there before us. The bartender was showing a magazine with lot of rare really graphic photos around the time of the Tsunami and that tears were beginning to roll down from his eyes and over his cheeks. I told him that the tsunami was worst than he thought. When we went back to the hotel and we could not sleep until early morning. We left Khao lak the next day spent a few nights in downtown Phuket before flying back to Bangkok. In Bangkok we stayed in an old hotel around Sukhumvit 22. I choose this hotel because It was artistic and in a traditional Thai style interior design with a nice but dim lit garden. The first night stayed we stayed was not quite like thought I would expect. When I was in the bathroom taking a shower and I felt someone as if someone was looking at me from the corners of the room and many times I turned to look but there was no one - really creepy I thought. We went sleep and everything seemed to be okay that night. The next day I went shopping while my husband stayed at the room relaxing but when I returned he told me that some strange things happened around the room we stayed. He said that he saw and heard someone walk past out bedroom windows and thinking it was me returning he went to meet me at the door but there was no one there. He also told me that while in the bathroom he heard some tree branch or something scratching on the roof and then when he went outside to look there was no tree branch or anything nearby to make the sound. He tried to stay calm but the whole stay was getting stranger by the day. I told him maybe he shouldn't worry but deep down I was very worried! That night I lay wide wake in bed for a long time as I could not sleep worrying about what my husband told me earlier that afternoon. At one time in the middle of the night I hear a clicking sound of a pen I remember left on the counter in the kitchen. OMG! I was sooo scared! I felt sweat was all over my body and the next thing I felt was someone touching my hair softly. At first I thought great my husband woke up but when I turned to looked at him I saw that he was sleeping and lying on his side with his back against me! Who then touched my hair? I didn't get any sleep until morning and when my husband woke up I told him that I needed to talk to the hotel manager or someone. I went out to the front desk and told the lady who was working in the reception that day about our experiences. I saw her face changing to pale shade and she told me that the hotel will move us to a new building and upgrade to a better room. In the new room we felt much better and we had a good time until we left Bangkok. Sometime later I found out from a hotel maid that someone was killed in the same room we stayed in at first! Creepy Scary Huh!
  12. Wow! lucky you and it would never happen in Bermuda. I heard the immigration was sending someone back on the BA. flight because she forgot a resident letter at her hometown when she went to visit.
  13. Nalee

    Expats - the new group!

    Nice an interested group.. can I join it too?
  14. Nalee

    it's cold

    it isn't a winter yet..I was in maidstone on Sept. last year and I liked it ! wasn't too cold but so nice and cool. You will use to it baby!
  15. Never try to travel on an expired passport. I still remember the time it happened to me and I pray it never happens again. On that day I was supposed to be traveling on British Airways from Bermuda to London but I couldn't fly out that day because the BA manager told me that I need a valid passport to get on the airplane and he could be find 2000 pounds if he let me go through. The next day I tried contacting everyone to see if there was someway they would allow me to travel. I found out that I needed a temporary passport which since that was Friday at the end of the day I would have to wait till the following Monday to start the process. So I waited out the weekend and it took me another 4 days until about 5 pm before we actual received the passport via FedX Thai Embassy in Worthington DC; I flew out within the next 2-3 hours that same night. The day I had arrived to London. I remember the British immigration was giving me a hard time to get thought arrivals at the air port. I was stuck in Gatwick for about an hour before they let me passed through in order for me to transfer to Heathrow and go on to Asia. Again I was stopped in Singapore but this time wasn't so bad. Immigration kept me for about 30 minutes before letting me pass through but allowed me to wait in a very nice lounge and he was very friendly just like the country. We felt very welcomed and off course he let me passed through and also let me stay and travel in Singapore for 3 days. Smile! After I had my fun with shopping amazing food and a little bit of traveling around Singapore I headed to Thailand my country. But things were not as smooth as I thought. First question I got form Thai immigration was ...Are you Thai? Why did you let your passport expired? Did you understand that you could get in serious trouble for coming back home on an expired passport? Show me if you are really Thai? Can you sing a Thai song ? Do you know what the name of Bangkok was 1,000 years ago? How is Birdtongchai? First I thought he was joking me but he told me it was past of the test to make sure that I'm not a Burma or Laos holding on a fake Thai passport. Okayyy..... That was so funny. I thought. Anyway I had a hard time getting back home. I would never let this happen again ever! I was in Bangkok for 2 months - enjoyed getting massages almost everyday and good food. It was very nice vacationing back home vacation. But once again when time to go back I got a problem with the Singapore air line. They would not let me fly to London without visa. So I'd showing every things they need to make them let me pass thought...Bermudian letter resident and transit thought Gatwick - Heathrow. anyway they so afraid of getting fined by BA. immigration and they kept me waiting until last minute before boarding the plan - we had to run like crazy to catch the flight. So I ran to gate 36 with two of Singapore airline staff. It was far away and I was so tired by the time I got to the plan and the air plan was delayed because of me. But it was an experience and I would nerver forget! :twisted::twisted::twisted::twisted:
  16. Never try to travel on an expired passport. I still remember the time it happened to me and I pray it never happens again. On that day I was supposed to be traveling on British Airways from Bermuda to London but I couldn't fly out that day because the BA manager told me that I need a valid passport to get on the airplane and he could be find 2000 pounds if he let me go through. The next day I tried contacting everyone to see if there was someway they would allow me to travel. I found out that I needed a temporary passport which since that was Friday at the end of the day I would have to wait till the following Monday to start the process. So I waited out the weekend and it took me another 4 days until about 5 pm before we actual received the passport via FedX Thai Embassy in Worthington DC; I flew out within the next 2-3 hours that same night. The day I had arrived to London. I remember the British immigration was giving me a hard time to get thought arrivals at the air port. I was stuck in Gatwick for about an hour before they let me passed through in order for me to transfer to Heathrow and go on to Asia. Again I was stopped in Singapore but this time wasn't so bad. Immigration kept me for about 30 minutes before letting me pass through but allowed me to wait in a very nice lounge and he was very friendly just like the country. We felt very welcomed and off course he let me passed through and also let me stay and travel in Singapore for 3 days. Smile! After I had my fun with shopping amazing food and a little bit of traveling around Singapore I headed to Thailand my country. But things were not as smooth as I thought. First question I got form Thai immigration was ...Are you Thai? Why did you let your passport expired? Did you understand that you could get in serious trouble for coming back home on an expired passport? Show me if you are really Thai? Can you sing a Thai song ? Do you know what the name of Bangkok was 1,000 years ago? How is Birdtongchai? First I thought he was joking me but he told me it was past of the test to make sure that I'm not a Burma or Laos holding on a fake Thai passport. Okayyy..... That was so funny. I thought. Anyway I had a hard time getting back home. I would never let this happen again ever! I was in Bangkok for 2 months - enjoyed getting massages almost everyday and good food. It was very nice vacationing back home vacation. But once again when time to go back I got a problem with the Singapore air line. They would not let me fly to London without visa. So I'd showing every things they need to make them let me pass thought...Bermudian letter resident and transit thought Gatwick - Heathrow. anyway they so afraid of getting fined by BA. immigration and they kept me waiting until last minute before boarding the plan - we had to run like crazy to catch the flight. So I ran to gate 36 with two of Singapore airline staff. It was far away and I was so tired by the time I got to the plan and the air plan was delayed because of me. But it was an experience and I would nerver forget! :twisted::twisted::twisted::twisted:
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