Wednesday, 31 October 2007
I have decided the post-a-blog-a-day for NaBloPoMo may as well start now.
The posts will be probably be just like me: short.
Maybe even just an American Sentence
Here's my American Sentence for today (in kiwi-vernacular):
'Exsqueeze me? Whatever rocks yours. I must get back to the orifice.'
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