Log in

I forgot my password

Latest topics
Our latest tweets
Free Webmaster ToolsSubmit Express

August Chit Chat

Page 1 of 5 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  Next

View previous topic View next topic Go down

August Chit Chat

Post by Joanna on Thu Aug 01 2013, 13:44

Wow....August already !
Good job I've got my Christmas holiday sorted.Sofa bounce 

I must remember to get the sofa cleaned soon !

Joanna
George Clooney fan forever!

Posts : 19069
Join date : 2011-11-17
Location : UK

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:17

Stop bragging LOl I haven't even got tomorrow sorted! All 3 kiddies have throat infections, oh joy. So hot bath and panadol dosage and that's just me Ha Ha, doing night shift again I think.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Lighterside on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:33

You need to do some serious housecleaning Jo! LOL

Christmas? I can't even think about Labor Day (September holiday here) yet! I have two birthdays and the christening of my youngest grandchild this month. I can't get that far ahead of myself or I'll forget something. We've got birthdays in every month in this family and I'm forever shopping for someone it seems. Not that I mind that! LOL

Lighterside
Super clooney-astic fantastic

Posts : 1497
Join date : 2010-12-06

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:39

Me too Lighter, from March onwards it's been birthdays communions, confirmations etc. I enjoy shopping for other people. Have made a Christmas wish list and put a few things on lay away. This year is disappearing too quickly

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Lighterside on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:47

One of my sisters is like Jo, already done for Christmas by Sept or October at the latest and I'm always amazed.  But I tell her all the "good sales" are for the people like me...last minute shoppers who don't start until after Thanksgiving Day. (another holiday here in the States)  And you miss out on all the holiday cheer and beautiful decorations that are there when shopping during the season.  But she does it EVERY year, hates the crowds...so it works for her I guess! LOL

Lighterside
Super clooney-astic fantastic

Posts : 1497
Join date : 2010-12-06

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by silly girl on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:50

Please I have no idea what I doing today....thinking of Christmas puts me into a panic....

Very Happy 

silly girl
Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to Clooney I go!

Posts : 3299
Join date : 2011-02-28

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Nicky80 on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:56

Yes that's right. I panic too. Well, I paniced when I read "August Chit Chat" I was like what ...AUGUST ALREADY. Oh ....I don't know how to plan tomorrow, next weekend. Next week. Next month oh well...I can't plan my life LOL
 
But for sure I will not miss Christmas shopping. I will start when all the stuff is coming out which is soon I guess. But I will avoid weekends Christmas shopping as I'm scared to get killed. But for now Lets' enjoy the summer....... Hello!


Last edited by Nicky80 on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:57; edited 1 time in total

Nicky80
Casamigos with Mr Clooney

Posts : 8561
Join date : 2013-05-01
Location : Germany

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:57

I tell you there is no bigger rush than shopping on Christmas Eve with the crowds trying to find that one last present you want to buy, gets the blood flowing. One year I bought everything in the mid year sales, but all my kids changed their letters to Santa in October when a whole slew of new toys were advertised. Frustrating, don't do that anymore.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Nicky80 on Thu Aug 01 2013, 14:59

OMG yeah saw those people on TV. Never did that. Scary thing. I'm glad your survived. Well, see what you need to do for your kids.......No safe place for mummys

Nicky80
Casamigos with Mr Clooney

Posts : 8561
Join date : 2013-05-01
Location : Germany

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Thu Aug 01 2013, 15:03

It can be rough out there, I haven't gone too far over the ledge though. I have a family member who queued for days in the street to get both her sons an iPad when they were first released, no thanks.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by sparkie on Thu Aug 01 2013, 16:14

Love you ladies but not enjoying the conversation at the moment I am in the middle of packing up the house to move from one side of the country to the other. If you must continue 'that' particular topic can I request you do so in code, if only for the next few weeks.

Yours sincerely
Sparkie's Removalists

sparkie
Shooting hoops with George Clooney

Posts : 390
Join date : 2012-12-19
Location : Down Under

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Joanna on Thu Aug 01 2013, 16:55

Oh I'm so sorry to start the coded theme off. flower 

Good luck with your move sparkie. I'm watching the
3rd Ashes test and your guys are doing well at the moment. Thumbs up! 

Joanna
George Clooney fan forever!

Posts : 19069
Join date : 2011-11-17
Location : UK

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by sparkie on Thu Aug 01 2013, 17:08

Joanna wrote:Oh I'm so sorry to start the coded theme off.  flower 

Good luck with your move sparkie. I'm watching the
3rd Ashes test and your guys are doing well at the moment. Thumbs up! 
Thanks lol and thanks for the up date.

sparkie
Shooting hoops with George Clooney

Posts : 390
Join date : 2012-12-19
Location : Down Under

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by LornaDoone on Thu Aug 01 2013, 17:51

theminis wrote:Stop bragging LOl I haven't even got tomorrow sorted! All 3 kiddies have throat infections, oh joy. So hot bath and panadol dosage and that's just me Ha Ha, doing night shift again I think.

That's the ticket! You take the hot bath and dose yourself out with whatever it takes and then go do battle! We're all here rooting for you! HA!

But seriously, it's such a drag when one gets sick and then the others catch it! Hope they'll all be feeling better soon.


LornaDoone
Moderator

Posts : 6692
Join date : 2011-01-06

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Thu Aug 01 2013, 23:55

LornaDoone wrote:
theminis wrote:Stop bragging LOl I haven't even got tomorrow sorted! All 3 kiddies have throat infections, oh joy. So hot bath and panadol dosage and that's just me Ha Ha, doing night shift again I think.

That's the ticket!  You take the hot bath and dose yourself out with whatever it takes and then go do battle!  We're all here rooting for you! HA!

But seriously, it's such a drag when one gets sick and then the others catch it!  Hope they'll all be feeling better soon.


Thanks Lorna - the only thing they have perfected sharing - germs!! They were kind to me, finally got the last one re-settled by 1.00am, got some sleep (bonus!) before I woke up with all 3 in my bed. Mainly concerned about our eldest whose asthma is acting up, hopefully he will avoid another trip to the hospital.

On a separate note applied for a full-time job but my heart is not in it - I don't have a lot of support nearby so if they are sick I would have to take the day off and that gets old very quick with some employers. Oh well shall see how it pans out.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by party animal - not! on Fri Aug 02 2013, 00:26

I promise you, Themi, you will miss it when they don't pile into bed with you(I remember thinking out loud that that it would be a good idea to knock a few walls down and just all sleep in a heap).

But then it'll be replaced by you running around late at night giving lifts and picking them (and their friends) up from parties, clubs etc etc......

Not a lot of time for a full-time job with three children to be honest.........

party animal - not!
Zip a dee Clooney!

Posts : 7774
Join date : 2012-02-16

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Fri Aug 02 2013, 00:55

Yep no doubt I will miss it - Ive heard that from all my sibs whose children are all grown up - that they especially miss the time when they came home and were almost knocked down at the door by the kids who were excited to see them. And now they have become virtual taxi drivers and walking ATM machines dispensing money.

Luckily I don't need to go back to work however an opportunity has presented itself, got me thinking, however not sure if Im at all pleased with the impact it will have on all of us.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by party animal - not! on Fri Aug 02 2013, 01:20

It's a tricky one isn't it cos if it's something you really want to do, then in theory you'll find a way.

I gave up the Big Job, cos I wouldn't have seen anything of the children if I hadn't, and my family was miles away - and in any case, I always took the view that they had their own lives too. So teaching turned out to the best choice.........

party animal - not!
Zip a dee Clooney!

Posts : 7774
Join date : 2012-02-16

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Fri Aug 02 2013, 02:04

Yep me too, turned my back very happily on an excellent career to embark on motherhood - Ive never fallen for the "you can have it all" mentality - its impossible to give 100% to a job and the same to your family - there is always compromise and sacrifice - so I decided 8 years ago, Id rather give 100% to my children (or at least try) hence my conflicted mind. Im becoming more interested in returning to work however really need to weigh up the impact.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Katiedot on Fri Aug 02 2013, 05:33

Is there anything part time you can do, theminis? Or job share?

Christmas arranged already? Bloody hell, Joanna! I though I was being super organised by thinking about beginning to talk to family about maybe possibily arranging a holiday in November!

Katiedot
Admin

Posts : 12369
Join date : 2010-12-05

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by What Would He Say on Fri Aug 02 2013, 07:15

On a flight yesterday, guy sitting next to me leaned over and asked what I was watching. "Oceans 11",
" oh" says the guy " that's yer man Clooney, jayz! He'd ride a rainbow!"

After the way he tried to help me out of my jacket earlier, I'd say he liked to "ride a few rainbows" himself.

I never heard that expression before, but it made me giggle.....just for the more innocent amongst us, rainbows referred to "ladies". .... I was told .....x:oops: 

What Would He Say
Clooney-love. And they said it wouldn't last

Posts : 1966
Join date : 2013-05-15
Location : OneDAyComo

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Carla97 on Fri Aug 02 2013, 08:44

Never heard of that expression before!

Carla97
Clooney-love. And they said it wouldn't last

Posts : 1891
Join date : 2013-07-09

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Joanna on Fri Aug 02 2013, 09:48

Katie...
 "Christmas arranged already? Bloody hell, Joanna! I though I was being super organised by thinking about beginning to talk to family about maybe possibily arranging a holiday in November!"


Yes you are well organised. Lol
We're having a "non family" Christmas away, in West Wales by the sea. So had to find a good bungalow to rent which is dog friendly and has wifi etc etc.
 Once found it had to be booked immediately ! Lol 
No shopping done yet though I'm happy to say !

Joanna
George Clooney fan forever!

Posts : 19069
Join date : 2011-11-17
Location : UK

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Katiedot on Fri Aug 02 2013, 09:54

Carla97 wrote:Never heard of that expression before!
More important to know, a 'ride' means someone you are having / would like to have sex with.

Katiedot
Admin

Posts : 12369
Join date : 2010-12-05

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Lighterside on Fri Aug 02 2013, 13:02

Theminis...I worked but only part time, which my career options were probably different than most because in accounting you can work part time, even in public accounting like I did for the last 20 years of my career, until my youngest entered high school.  So I worked when the children were in school and I left the office to pick them up after school and then I still had the flexibility to also get involved at the parish and school level, for my involvement in religious education classes, community/social issues and arts alive activities.  My children's births were spaced far apart to begin with, so that made it easier to do.

Lighterside
Super clooney-astic fantastic

Posts : 1497
Join date : 2010-12-06

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Fri Aug 02 2013, 14:04

@ Katie @ Lighterside

Yes I could easily do part-time, there are many school hour roles in my field, and with that option Im only paying childcare for 1 child, upwards of $500.00 a week - its ridiculously expensive here for childcare, even with rebates. That idea does appeal to me, would just need to weigh up all the factors. My 2 oldest who are 6 and 7 feel tell me that they feel sad for their friends that are in after-school care as they don't get to come home with their Mummy, so yeah guess that's a bit hint!!

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Joanna on Fri Aug 02 2013, 17:29

I didn't like that my mother worked when I was 
a young child. Made me feel insecure I remember.
It was just after WW2 so things were difficult financially.

Joanna
George Clooney fan forever!

Posts : 19069
Join date : 2011-11-17
Location : UK

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Katiedot on Fri Aug 02 2013, 18:05

I was delighted that my mother worked: it gave me freedom to run wild and I was never where I told her I was! Erm, that's probably a good argument for not getting a job, right?

Katiedot
Admin

Posts : 12369
Join date : 2010-12-05

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Joanna on Fri Aug 02 2013, 20:34

Oh yes I did that later of course.
I was always out of bounds at the local gravel pit until 
I got sucked down into quicksand. 
My wellies being full of sand mud gave me away. Lol

Joanna
George Clooney fan forever!

Posts : 19069
Join date : 2011-11-17
Location : UK

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Dior on Fri Aug 02 2013, 22:19

Just stopping by to let everybody know that I am totally lovesick, crying day and night, working and eating hardly possible.
Within a few days I transformed into a miserable living wreck.
I hate my life.

Dior
More than a little bit enthusiastic about Clooney

Posts : 1074
Join date : 2011-06-08

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Nicky80 on Fri Aug 02 2013, 22:29

Oh no Dior. That's bad. Do you know how many gym lessons you have to do after your lovsickness is over Shocked You better get over it soon.

Don't worry. Once in a while you have to turn into a wreck in your life to know the other side of life and enjoying the normal human side again once you are out of the living wreck status LOL


Nicky80
Casamigos with Mr Clooney

Posts : 8561
Join date : 2013-05-01
Location : Germany

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Joanna on Sat Aug 03 2013, 00:02

Dearest Dior......Give Flowers   Take Care

Joanna
George Clooney fan forever!

Posts : 19069
Join date : 2011-11-17
Location : UK

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Dior on Sat Aug 03 2013, 00:53

Merci.
Crying or Very sad 

Dior
More than a little bit enthusiastic about Clooney

Posts : 1074
Join date : 2011-06-08

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Sat Aug 03 2013, 01:05

Dior that's terrible, do eat more and try and cry less - a cure for lovesickness is to go out and start all over again!!

Re above comments - from the age of 2 my Dad raised us alone after Mum died, that's me and 5 older brothers/sisters. He worked all manner of shifts but I do remember in primary school I would come home, he was sleeping (he worked nightshift) and I would leave a note on the table saying where I was - 99% of the time I actually was where I said, so he trusted me. I was supposed to wait for my older brother to come home and watch me but a lot of the time he did his own thing. All my friends were incredibly jealous of my freedom but where did I spend most afternoons? At my best friends house with her stay at home, getting spoiled with snacks and all the attention in the world. I craved it and I was so jealous she had a Mum waiting for her every day. So for me when my kids are older I wouldn't like to think of them sitting here at home wishing I was there - how awful. So I guess I have decided, its part-time for me.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by party animal - not! on Sat Aug 03 2013, 02:59

Glad you've figured it out to a point where you're happy with your decision, Themi.

party animal - not!
Zip a dee Clooney!

Posts : 7774
Join date : 2012-02-16

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Sat Aug 03 2013, 03:18

Thanks PAN

We just experienced a power outage for over an hour - house got too cold - worst of all couldn't re-charge the kids DS's there was almost a mutiny - so I made them a cubby house out of chairs and sheets and off they went happily - phew

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Katiedot on Sat Aug 03 2013, 05:08

Part time sounds like a good decision for you. Now, if only more employers were open to the idea!

Katiedot
Admin

Posts : 12369
Join date : 2010-12-05

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Sat Aug 03 2013, 06:29

Katie that would an entire thread on its own. My last employer was very open to part-time, and definitely thought that women should have the option to work and be with their children at the same time - so she had set up a nursery in the office for those that had newborns etc - however SHE as the leading partner in the firm, well they are few and far between. At the same time though, not sure how much work you would get done, but at least it was an option given.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Lighterside on Sat Aug 03 2013, 13:19

@ Katie....here in the States, the employers would rather people worked part time, so they don't have to pay them benefits.  I was always on my husband's insurance but I had a good deal with my employers for part time vacation and sick pay hours commensurate with the number of regular working hours worked.  Most part timers don't get any benefits, so you really have to think it through.  It worked for me because I didn't want to deal with having after school care...it costs a fortune and people don't take care of your children the way you do, so there's that for theminis to think about too.

A lot of large corporations have chosen to open day care for the newborns and young children for their working new mothers but it doesn't really address the after school care that most working mothers have to arrange.

Lighterside
Super clooney-astic fantastic

Posts : 1497
Join date : 2010-12-06

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Sat Aug 03 2013, 13:57

True Lighter - its the after or before school care that concerns me also - its run by the school with oursourced carers who are qualified but its the cost and quality of care they would be receiving. I know some of the children in after school care and they are not happy about it, would rather go home. So if I do anything it will be part time, just to get my foot back in the door.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Lighterside on Sat Aug 03 2013, 17:10

@theminis...I just recently took on a client who needed his accounting software and recordkeeping updated and after having not worked for quite a few years now and it feels SO GOOD to engage one's brain again!  You feel like the whole world is passing you by when you're not involved in something worthwhile, no matter how busy you can keep yourself at home.  Most everyone I know is still working and it makes it lonely at times.  And I do have charities, political activism, etc. but still, getting paid for your efforts does something for your self worth and your psyche, that you just can't put a price on! LOL

Lighterside
Super clooney-astic fantastic

Posts : 1497
Join date : 2010-12-06

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Sat Aug 03 2013, 20:43

@lighterside - I have been feeling for awhile that I want to get back out there, its been gnawing at me, and now with several opportunities available it seems like a good time to try.

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Juliette Hardy on Sat Aug 03 2013, 23:11

Dior wrote:Just stopping by to let everybody know that I am totally lovesick, crying day and night, working and eating hardly possible.
Within a few days I transformed into a miserable living wreck.
I hate my life.

I know the feeling, Dior. Cuts deep like a knife. "Crepacuore" that I mentioned.
Mine has lasted over  two years intensely. Never before...
Each situation is different though. Analyse yours & see who was to blame.
But to prevent yourself from spiralling into abysmal pain like I did, try to find someone better who values your worth. I tried & dated, but my heart was elsewhere. Sad 
 Time heals. Not for me yet, but I'm sensitive.
Like you, I can't fully function, concentrate, sleep & eat either too much or too little. Lately not at all...

If it was true love, then give it time. For me, it was like a magnetic pull luring me back.
Bisous Give Flowers2

Juliette Hardy
Clooney-phile

Posts : 686
Join date : 2013-02-01

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Lighterside on Sat Aug 03 2013, 23:24

@theminis...Good luck!

Lighterside
Super clooney-astic fantastic

Posts : 1497
Join date : 2010-12-06

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Sun Aug 04 2013, 01:29

@thanks Lighterside x

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Sun Aug 04 2013, 07:00

Productive Sunday -
Uniforms all washed
Clothes put away
Dinner in progress:
Roast lamb and eggplant parmigiana and breadcrumbed zucchini sticks
Desert: Strawberry trifle with Kahula yumm



theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Dior on Sun Aug 04 2013, 08:21

Juliette Hardy wrote:
Dior wrote:Just stopping by to let everybody know that I am totally lovesick, crying day and night, working and eating hardly possible.
Within a few days I transformed into a miserable living wreck.
I hate my life.

I know the feeling, Dior. Cuts deep like a knife. "Crepacuore" that I mentioned.
Mine has lasted over  two years intensely. Never before...
Each situation is different though. Analyse yours & see who was to blame.
But to prevent yourself from spiralling into abysmal pain like I did, try to find someone better who values your worth. I tried & dated, but my heart was elsewhere. Sad 
 Time heals. Not for me yet, but I'm sensitive.
Like you, I can't fully function, concentrate, sleep & eat either too much or too little. Lately not at all...

If it was true love, then give it time. For me, it was like a magnetic pull luring me back.
Bisous Give Flowers2

Thank you so much for your kind words. Give Flowers 
It's not that I jumped into that black hole, it came from above. Suddenly, unexpected and mean...

Dior
More than a little bit enthusiastic about Clooney

Posts : 1074
Join date : 2011-06-08

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Nicky80 on Sun Aug 04 2013, 11:37

theminis wrote:Productive Sunday -
Uniforms all washed
Clothes put away
Dinner in progress:
Roast lamb and  eggplant parmigiana and breadcrumbed zucchini sticks
Desert: Strawberry trifle with Kahula yumm


 
affraid  oh can I come for dinner? That sounds so yummy   cheers 
 
Don't know how you got the energy from. I always think I can do so much on a Sunday but at the end I don't do anything. I'm so lazy on Sundays. What a waste......Respect theminis   Very Happy

Nicky80
Casamigos with Mr Clooney

Posts : 8561
Join date : 2013-05-01
Location : Germany

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by it's me on Sun Aug 04 2013, 11:50

Lazy Sunday for me too
I'm only reading news
most of all from politics

Waiting

it's me
George Clooney fan forever!

Posts : 16903
Join date : 2011-01-03

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by theminis on Sun Aug 04 2013, 13:50

Nicky80 wrote:
theminis wrote:Productive Sunday -
Uniforms all washed
Clothes put away
Dinner in progress:
Roast lamb and  eggplant parmigiana and breadcrumbed zucchini sticks
Desert: Strawberry trifle with Kahula yumm


 
affraid  oh can I come for dinner? That sounds so yummy   cheers 
 
Don't know how you got the energy from. I always think I can do so much on a Sunday but at the end I don't do anything. I'm so lazy on Sundays. What a waste......Respect theminis   Very Happy

Thanks Nicky - it was yum, especially the parmigiana -

theminis
Moderator

Posts : 6088
Join date : 2012-02-29
Location : Oz

Back to top Go down

Re: August Chit Chat

Post by Sponsored content Today at 19:51


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

Page 1 of 5 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  Next

View previous topic View next topic Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum