I am a FH squatter
- Dec 22, 2003
Yes because all kids are the same.
Uh -oh, this is Scouse...Calvins Uncle"traumatise
verb shock and upset someone severely and for a long time:
"She was completely traumatized by the death of her mother."
@dysfunction - you're guilty of:
a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is."
It's not going to be fucking traumatised. In fact it's a learning opportunity for a kid.
And yes, all my nieces & nephews and friends kids idolise me @Gwadien - because I treat them like adults unlike their overly-sensitive terrified-of-real-life parents.
Yes. He's a perv and a racist and just a general troll who gets off on annoying people. He was getting people banned from twitter for calling him him when he was still using Jonathan as his professional name and only calling himself a woman when he was harassing women into waxing his balls.
That's because of the Tories, not because the Police have rainbows on their cars.Tbh Im not complaining..I mean those twenty other cop cars embazoned with ordinary people suffering at the hands of local teenage drug cartels and how they are going to protect them....oh hang on no.
Theres fuck all.
He didnt have a dodgey hip and bad fitness for the last 2 years.Hardly.
1998: Karsten Braasch vs. the Williams sisters
Another event dubbed a "Battle of the Sexes" took place during the 1998 Australian Open between Karsten Braasch and the Williams sisters. Venus and Serena Williams had claimed that they could beat any male player ranked outside the world's top 200, so Braasch, then ranked 203rd, challenged them both. Braasch was described by one journalist as "a man whose training regime centered around a pack of cigarettes and more than a couple of bottles of ice cold lager". The matches took place on court number 12 in Melbourne Park, after Braasch had finished a round of golf and two shandies. He first took on Serena and after leading 5–0, beat her 6–1. Venus then walked on court and again Braasch was victorious, this time winning 6–2. Braasch said afterwards, "500 and above, no chance". He added that he had played like someone ranked 600th in order to keep the game "fun" and that the big difference was that men can chase down shots much easier and put spin on the ball that female players can't handle. The Williams sisters adjusted their claim to beating men outside the top 350.