He explains he usually gets branded pills which he believes come from “trustworthy” labs in Holland, but some local dealers try to recreate the same pill design and colour, which either contain absolutely nothing, or an alternative cheaper drug, like pentylone which can be more dangerous. Had a mate who took one once which just made him really sleepy and sick, no one has ever felt like that off MD, so we knew it was a fake,” he says. His pills turn out to be very pure, and he pockets them saying he take less to start with than he planned to.
Talking about the challenges faced, Paddy says, “It wasn’t as easy as it looks in the film. We shot for three consecutive days, from 4.30 am until 8 pm. We were lucky that we had Major Singh as our protagonist. Brooks also began to travel during those summers off from teaching. She visited Kenya and Tanzania, and enjoyed making contacts on the African continent. Later, she and Henry would journey to Ghana.
McHale takes his place among the mid 80s most hated crew thanks in large part to his clotheslining of Lakers forward Kurt Rambis in the 1984 NBA Finals. When Rambis caught a pass on the wing on a fast break, McHale reached out and clobbered Rambis with a forearm to the head, a play that Lakers coach Pat Riley called, most insidious, vicious and malicious play I ever seen in basketball. Danny Ainge tries to recruit McHale to Celtics’ staff.
What do you think about this? Are phrases like, “I’d tap her” or “I’d tap that” really acceptable in society? Should it even be considered decent? would any of you guys use those terms to talk about a girl? do you girls like it when guys say that about you? seriously, what’s with these kids today?zduckmanposted 7 years agoin reply to thisIt is basically the current vernacular for misogynistic pig speak. The women that do find this appealing or even remotely acceptable need therapy to work on their self esteem. This has taken the whole bitches and ho’s thing to a new level.Women are goddesses and should be treated as such .Gr8legsposted 7 years ago”Tap that” is an expression that has been in use in the part of the world from which I originate (North East England).
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