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This cracked me up…no need to reply to THIS…but rush over and get your application in here:

Forums General Melanoma Community This cracked me up…no need to reply to THIS…but rush over and get your application in here:

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    TinaR
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      http://www.msnice.net/index.html

       

      I noticed this ad for a few days —while reading a particular site ( always looking to catch a glimpse of someone- you never know) – today was the day I clicked…

      http://www.msnice.net/index.html

       

      I noticed this ad for a few days —while reading a particular site ( always looking to catch a glimpse of someone- you never know) – today was the day I clicked…

      Mr. Nice looking for Ms. Nice!    IF  you are perfect…hurry over – this guy sound like a catch ( IMHO – sounds like something you'd be better off NOT catching…but true to my matchmakers heart I had to pass this along  for the women looking for love with equally unrealistic expectations )

      Bitches need not apply ( on the other hand…I'd LOVE to see the advertisement by the man looking for a just that type of gal!)

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