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I understood why Rube preferred the "blazey;" the long intervals of darkness between the flashes might enable us to carry out our plan.
Javier Bardem takes the stage in his little borderline mandarin collared blazey and grips that Oscar like an effing MAN!
"Haven't we made a blazey fire, Aunt Emma?" said Olly, out of breath with dragging up sticks, and standing still to look.
"Is it going to be the quick-forky, or the long-blazey?" inquired Garey, with a reference to two distinct modes in which upon these southern prairies, the electric fluid exhibits itself.
Any husband or father who would allow their wife to stay home, better not be cheating on her and better have a prenup or better know he will stay with her till death do them part because the courts will screw the heck out of him, when a woman doesn't work, for years and a divorce occurs her attorneys use that against the man saying he provided for her and she gave up her career and blazey blah, this is rediculous, Anyone who supports this woman job description as stay at h