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To be fair, Chinese companies had turned two other large Soviet-era ships into public playtoys -- so the claim was not entirely implausible.
I haven't read or even seen the book in a while, but if i remember correctly, it was about a child's playtoys coming alive at night.
She also is a therapist for kids so her office has little playtoys and it makes it fun to be in there sometimes.
I thought that you understood what it meant when I started setting aside my playtoys.
There were three large freighters on the horizon, sending up plumes of smoke, and closer in to shore a good scattering of pleasure boats, ranging from the multimillion-dollar playtoys headed for the Bahamas all the way down to a cluster of Windsurfers in close to the beach.
The cynical aspect of it is that a large number of playgrounds have become highly contaminated because of the chrome VI and arsenic leaching from the playtoys.
Good to know I can still inspire a bit of fear in random strangers. * wicked grin* Perhaps sometime we could ... trade playtoys for a while.
Anyway, I used to have to hide my books, keep them at friends 'houses or pets' houses ... yes, even back then I had my little chain, it was one of the few things I could do to feel powerful in an otherwise VERY powerless life ... so whenever I could, I found new playtoys and added 'em to my list.
That's part of why being a Domme is pleasure ... ultimate control over happiness, I can make my pets and playtoys so happy that they can barely speak ... and get out a bit of my own frustration in the process.
Republicans are the brainless playtoys of the ruthless ruling class (and insurance companies).
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