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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #495 on: December 27, 2014, 03:03:03 PM »
"Mor, I need you to tell me the truth.  Is this the man?  Is he the one writing awful sonnets for the sole purpose of harassing you?  It's okay, you're safe with me.

Happy shall he be, that shall take and dash thy little ones against the rock. Alleluia.

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #496 on: December 27, 2014, 03:40:13 PM »
creepy



or rather   creepier

Just thank Sweet Baby Jesus that your name isn't Pam. 


I do so.

Every single day.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #497 on: December 27, 2014, 05:35:06 PM »
creepy



or rather   creepier

Just thank Sweet Baby Jesus that your name isn't Pam.  



I do so.

Every single day.

If your name was Pam
They'd ask if you were my wife
and you'd say, "I am."
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #498 on: December 27, 2014, 05:37:10 PM »
Thankfully, I shall be left in peace
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #499 on: December 27, 2014, 05:42:26 PM »
Please post off-topic poetry here.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #500 on: December 28, 2014, 12:31:20 AM »
Please post off-topic poetry here.


My love will never end, but I must no more write.
But know, Mor Ephrem, you are might heart's light.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #501 on: December 28, 2014, 02:06:07 AM »
"Mor, would you be a doll and pick me up a cappucino?  You know where from...Bluebird on the corner of East 1st St. and 1st Avenue.  Just around the corner from the Cathedral of Holy Virgin Protection.  Thank you!"

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #502 on: December 28, 2014, 04:58:06 AM »
"Mor, would you be a doll and pick me up a cappucino?  You know where from...Bluebird on the corner of East 1st St. and 1st Avenue.  Just around the corner from the Cathedral of Holy Virgin Protection.  Thank you!"



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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #503 on: December 28, 2014, 08:17:21 AM »
Here's the Mor and Rachel New Year's special edition Fan Fic,

He could not believe it. His eyes perceived the flame from the object within his visual field. This flame not burnt the very carpet it stood on. The flame itself revealed to him the greatest Form that is ever to be perceived and experienced. Oh how only few can gaze upon a Perfect Being. She is a Goddess whose Form remain hidden to the many. Yet he of all men and women shalt be the first second to gaze upon her. With a tantalizing smile and curvacious form, she extended her hand in invitation.



"Come with me into my eternal realm Mor" she whispered.

Mor could do little to hide his excitement. The tremors of his excitement vibrated throughout his body, causing him to bounce up and down with rapid succession.

"Yes, Yes, YEs, YESSSSSSS. I'll COME WITH YOU!!!" Mor exclaimed in ecstasy.

"Well done my Lovelyz. With this blade you can forever be in my presence. Forever trapped and tied together by our threads of Love. Strike the blade into your ribs. Pry them open and propose to me with your very Heart. Show me that it really wants me. So that I know that you are my Lovelyz" She then instructed.

"Of course Rachel. Anything for you" Mor proclaimed as he took the blade.

Mor unbuttoned his shirt and felt his ribs. Having sensationalized the notch at the anterior end of his ribs, he took the blade and jab it deep into the notch of his rib cage. The tingling sting of pain erupted throughout his chest as he screamed the name of his Goddess in praise. With his hands shaking, he directed the blade upwards as the pain intensifies. Generous servings of blood gushed out like a fountain as millions of vessels and capillaries got snapped apart from each other. This only magnified the pain he felt as the blade slowly made its way up, slowly splitting the anterior end of his ribcage into two for they were once one.

Yet, despite the torment he felt, the tingling and heaviness of pain simply roused him to pry the blade harder.

"I love this pain....I love to have the honor of inflicting this anguish towards myself in Rachel's presence........Pain is simply joy if it makes you Happy my dear!!!" Mor exclaimed as his Goddess, Rachel, smiled.

"Your self mutilation impressed me Mor. Even Daniel wouldn't go so far to prove his love for me. In fact, if he can't, he NEVER loved me in the first place. But you do, right Mor?" Rachel replied.

"Yes my Mistress!!!" Mor assured as he mustered all of his effort to give one final push.

At last, his ribs are opened. Almost immediately, he clawed his hands into the gap, gripping the exposed muscles and ligaments as the orgasmic pain illuminates with greater frequency. At this point, his vision blurred and brain throbbed as it became overridden with pain. While his body slowly gave in, his Will remained vigilant as it guided his hands to pry apart his ribs. His blood soaked hand was itself sliced opened by the sharp edges of his ribs. The fountain of blood that spilled out of his body became a river. From a river, it became a sea. A delighted Rachel observing his devotion simply dipped her hands into the puddle of his blood and sampled it.

"Oh how sweet the blood of my lover to be is. But if you want to be my Lover, your heart must throbble" Rachel said.

"Yess my Love!!" Mor assured once more as he dug his hands into the gaping chasm now created on his chest.

Mor for once saw his heart. His heart for once saw Rachel and it pulsated in increasing succession upon exposure to her form. Alas, he gripped his heart and pulled it out to present to her.

Rachel smiled in delight as she took his heart, broke the vessels that bind it to his body and feasted upon it.

"My dear Mor, you will join me in my eternal realm now. You are my Lovelyz. Rest well and reap the fruits of your labor" Rachel revealed as Mor's consciousness slowly dissipated into nothingness.

Slowly dying, Mor let out a smile, knowing that he would be Rachel's one and only for all eternity. For he had offered her his heart for her to eat, she now have part of him, inside her forever. He awaited the eternal paradise and bliss that he shall attain as he finally closed his eyes after taking a final peek of a bubbly and smiling Rachel.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #504 on: December 28, 2014, 12:08:25 PM »
Great story!  :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :DFar better than my love poetry.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #505 on: December 28, 2014, 03:26:00 PM »
I love your Love Poetry Wainscottbl. With all our poetry and Fan Fictions, we will make this thread into a treasure trove of Literary Arts  :laugh:
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #506 on: December 28, 2014, 03:49:29 PM »
I love your Love Poetry Wainscottbl. With all our poetry and Fan Fictions, we will make this thread into a treasure trove of Literary Arts  :laugh:

It was pretty good. I mean for humor it was good. Even had plenty of Petrarchan conceits.  :) It's my style, along with plenty of alliteration, and word plays. Did you notice the play on Mor and more? Genius. Just genius. The Muse is good. Praised be Venus! Glory be to Apollo!
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #507 on: December 28, 2014, 04:05:23 PM »
We expect nothing less from someone who chose such a fine architectural feature as his username!  :angel:

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« Reply #508 on: December 28, 2014, 04:16:58 PM »
We expect nothing less from someone who chose such a fine architectural feature as his username!  :angel:

Me? It is my last name and the initials of my first and middle name. Not sure what you mean.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #509 on: December 28, 2014, 04:18:25 PM »
I love your Love Poetry Wainscottbl. With all our poetry and Fan Fictions, we will make this thread into a treasure trove of Literary Arts  :laugh:

It was pretty good. I mean for humor it was good. Even had plenty of Petrarchan conceits.  :) It's my style, along with plenty of alliteration, and word plays. Did you notice the play on Mor and more? Genius. Just genius. The Muse is good. Praised be Venus! Glory be to Apollo!

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #510 on: December 28, 2014, 04:29:32 PM »
Here's the Mor and Rachel New Year's special edition Fan Fic...

Clearly your fondness for anime theology, bangs, and women's clothing are the least of your problems...
Mor Ephrem is a nice guy.  Just say sorry and it will all be ok. Say I had things that were inside troubling me but I didn't know how to express appropriately. I will not behave that way again but I am seeking help.

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #511 on: December 28, 2014, 04:30:18 PM »
I love your Love Poetry Wainscottbl. With all our poetry and Fan Fictions, we will make this thread into a treasure trove of Literary Arts  :laugh:

It was pretty good. I mean for humor it was good. Even had plenty of Petrarchan conceits.  :) It's my style, along with plenty of alliteration, and word plays. Did you notice the play on Mor and more? Genius. Just genius. The Muse is good. Praised be Venus! Glory be to Apollo!

Make sure to include pics of your first date on the "What does everyone look like?" thread.
Mor Ephrem is a nice guy.  Just say sorry and it will all be ok. Say I had things that were inside troubling me but I didn't know how to express appropriately. I will not behave that way again but I am seeking help.

thank you so much Mor ephrem you are a hero!

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #512 on: December 28, 2014, 04:49:07 PM »
We expect nothing less from someone who chose such a fine architectural feature as his username!  :angel:

Me? It is my last name and the initials of my first and middle name. Not sure what you mean.

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« Reply #513 on: December 28, 2014, 05:00:26 PM »
We expect nothing less from someone who chose such a fine architectural feature as his username!  :angel:

Me? It is my last name and the initials of my first and middle name. Not sure what you mean.

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No I get it. Sorry, that went over my head.

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #514 on: December 28, 2014, 07:22:30 PM »
Here's the Mor and Rachel New Year's special edition Fan Fic...

Clearly your fondness for anime theology, bangs, and women's clothing are the least of your problems...

Those aren't problems to me. And just to be clear, I won't be wearing skirts, dresses and female undergarments anytime soon.

Oh I nearly forgot, I have a female friend who wear male clothes(Shirts and I would assume jeans as well).

Now I just need to find a way to get some ribbons, hairclips and hairbands for my hair  :)
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #515 on: December 28, 2014, 08:00:42 PM »
Here's the Mor and Rachel New Year's special edition Fan Fic...

Clearly your fondness for anime theology, bangs, and women's clothing are the least of your problems...

Those aren't problems to me. And just to be clear, I won't be wearing skirts, dresses and female undergarments anytime soon.

Oh I nearly forgot, I have a female friend who wear male clothes(Shirts and I would assume jeans as well).

Now I just need to find a way to get some ribbons, hairclips and hairbands for my hair  :)

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #516 on: December 28, 2014, 08:27:44 PM »
Here's the Mor and Rachel New Year's special edition Fan Fic...

Clearly your fondness for anime theology, bangs, and women's clothing are the least of your problems...



Oh I nearly forgot, I have a female friend who wear male clothes(Shirts and I would assume jeans as well).


Well, I was leaving work early one day because I got sick. Since i cannot drive, I was sitting in the lobby, waiting for my ride. The receptionist and another worker were out there, and the had of HR came out and was talking to them. Well, the HR woman was talking about how she could not wait to go home. Alright. I think we can all understand that. Talking about how she was going to go home and relax. Still good. Then she gave details of how she was going to put on some men's boxers and watch TV. That she liked wearing men's boxers. Alone in the boxers and a t-shirt. Not a pretty thought. She was an older woman, older for me at least. In her 40s, but not a Jennifer Garner by any means. No Jennifer Aniston. Suppose not unfortunate looking, but let's say there was no sexual temptation. No Rachel Weisz in other words. No temptation in that desert of a workplace.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #517 on: December 28, 2014, 08:37:42 PM »
Here's the Mor and Rachel New Year's special edition Fan Fic...

Clearly your fondness for anime theology, bangs, and women's clothing are the least of your problems...

Those aren't problems to me. And just to be clear, I won't be wearing skirts, dresses and female undergarments anytime soon.

Oh I nearly forgot, I have a female friend who wear male clothes(Shirts and I would assume jeans as well).

Now I just need to find a way to get some ribbons, hairclips and hairbands for my hair  :)

If you're too chicken to be seen in Claire's by yourself, there's still hope for you.

There is no hope for me :(
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #518 on: December 28, 2014, 08:47:59 PM »
Here's the Mor and Rachel New Year's special edition Fan Fic...

Clearly your fondness for anime theology, bangs, and women's clothing are the least of your problems...



Oh I nearly forgot, I have a female friend who wear male clothes(Shirts and I would assume jeans as well).


Well, I was leaving work early one day because I got sick. Since i cannot drive, I was sitting in the lobby, waiting for my ride. The receptionist and another worker were out there, and the had of HR came out and was talking to them. Well, the HR woman was talking about how she could not wait to go home. Alright. I think we can all understand that. Talking about how she was going to go home and relax. Still good. Then she gave details of how she was going to put on some men's boxers and watch TV. That she liked wearing men's boxers. Alone in the boxers and a t-shirt. Not a pretty thought. She was an older woman, older for me at least. In her 40s, but not a Jennifer Garner by any means. No Jennifer Aniston. Suppose not unfortunate looking, but let's say there was no sexual temptation. No Rachel Weisz in other words. No temptation in that desert of a workplace.

That's quite an interesting tendency to have. I remember how that same female friend openly described her attraction to another boy despite being in a relationship. She often gazed at him. Just like how Mor would gaze at Rachel Weisz if she's in the same room with him. She often described how "cute" that guy was. Was there any temptation? No for me but for her, maybe. Regardless, it's interesting to experience female arousal first hand. Such behavior is almost impossible to observe. That being said, I'm not sure if she would be locking herself in her room wearing only a t-shirt and boxers.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #519 on: December 28, 2014, 08:56:44 PM »
... I remember how that same female friend openly described her attraction to another boy despite being in a relationship. She often gazed at him. ... She often described how "cute" that guy was. ... Regardless, it's interesting to experience female arousal first hand. Such behavior is almost impossible to observe. ...

Some of you young chaps -- and I say this with a tender concern -- really need to get away from the internet for a while.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #520 on: December 28, 2014, 09:06:46 PM »
... I remember how that same female friend openly described her attraction to another boy despite being in a relationship. She often gazed at him. ... She often described how "cute" that guy was. ... Regardless, it's interesting to experience female arousal first hand. Such behavior is almost impossible to observe. ...

Some of you young chaps -- and I say this with a tender concern -- really need to get away from the internet for a while.

Or think about what you're submitting for the whole world to see.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #521 on: December 28, 2014, 09:12:38 PM »
Regardless, it's interesting to experience female arousal first hand. Such behavior is almost impossible to observe.

The trick is to be the object of her interests...then it becomes real easy to observe.
« Last Edit: December 28, 2014, 09:13:00 PM by Mor Ephrem »
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #522 on: December 28, 2014, 09:13:40 PM »
I just cringe to hear a human man talk about human women as though they were rarely-observed phenomena, rather than persons and sisters. But I totally agree with your point also.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #523 on: December 28, 2014, 09:18:57 PM »
Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.
Happy shall he be, that shall take and dash thy little ones against the rock. Alleluia.

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #524 on: December 28, 2014, 09:24:19 PM »
Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.

"All good things must come to an end."

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #525 on: December 28, 2014, 09:50:24 PM »
Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.

"All good things must come to an end."
Very true. 
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #526 on: December 28, 2014, 09:53:06 PM »
Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.

Please change that.  Too many bizarre people have had entirely too much of their own way lately.  It's frustrating. 


Mor Ephrem is a nice guy.  Just say sorry and it will all be ok. Say I had things that were inside troubling me but I didn't know how to express appropriately. I will not behave that way again but I am seeking help.

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #527 on: December 28, 2014, 09:53:36 PM »
Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.

"All good things must come to an end."

No! 

Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.

"All good things must come to an end."
Very true. 

NO!!  STOP LYING!!
Mor Ephrem is a nice guy.  Just say sorry and it will all be ok. Say I had things that were inside troubling me but I didn't know how to express appropriately. I will not behave that way again but I am seeking help.

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #528 on: December 28, 2014, 10:06:39 PM »
"Lo, Mor, I am with you alway, until the end of the age."
Happy shall he be, that shall take and dash thy little ones against the rock. Alleluia.

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #529 on: December 28, 2014, 10:07:05 PM »
Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.

Please change that.  Too many bizarre people have had entirely too much of their own way lately.  It's frustrating. 




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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #530 on: December 28, 2014, 10:08:12 PM »
"Lo, Mor, I am with you alway, until the end of the age."


Or until she gains some age. Then Mor will have to find someone more fair fleshed to fall in love with. Who wants a wrinkly Racheh Weisz?
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #531 on: December 28, 2014, 10:11:56 PM »
Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.

Please change that.  Too many bizarre people have had entirely too much of their own way lately.  It's frustrating. 




If only we did not have such Puritanical rules, what, oh what, would I say.....
Oh was that holding you back somehow? ::)
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #532 on: December 28, 2014, 10:13:09 PM »
"Lo, Mor, I am with you alway, until the end of the age."


Now that's what I'm talking about...
Mor Ephrem is a nice guy.  Just say sorry and it will all be ok. Say I had things that were inside troubling me but I didn't know how to express appropriately. I will not behave that way again but I am seeking help.

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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #533 on: December 28, 2014, 10:54:00 PM »
Rachel is a rarely observed phenomenon in this thread now.

Please change that.  Too many bizarre people have had entirely too much of their own way lately.  It's frustrating. 




This thread has gotten weirder and weirder....agreed.

although surely you can just google your lady love to oogle
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #534 on: December 28, 2014, 11:20:58 PM »
although surely you can just google your lady love to oogle

It's less chaste if I do it that way.  OCNet is my accountability partner. 
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #535 on: December 28, 2014, 11:32:11 PM »
although surely you can just google your lady love to oogle

It's less chaste if I do it that way.  OCNet is my accountability partner. 


never were more terrifying words typed.....
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #536 on: December 28, 2014, 11:37:02 PM »
No!



Or until she gains some age. Then Mor will have to find someone more fair fleshed to fall in love with. Who wants a wrinkly Racheh Weisz?


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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #537 on: December 28, 2014, 11:40:01 PM »
although surely you can just google your lady love to oogle

It's less chaste if I do it that way.  OCNet is my accountability partner. 


never were more terrifying words typed.....

I knew you would love that.
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
« Reply #538 on: December 28, 2014, 11:40:25 PM »
Or until she gains some age. Then Mor will have to find someone more fair fleshed to fall in love with. Who wants a wrinkly Racheh Weisz?



Many years!
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Re: Temptation in the Desert: Rachel Weisz and the Undoing of Mor Ephrem
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