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I don't know why, and I really should not, but I'm a little taken by Rahm Emmanuel.


WE ALL HAVE FORBIDDEN DESIRES

What about you, polite and reserved reader? Would you hit it and then never admit it?

- Brittany "I've got 99 Problemz but a Bitch Ain't No Longer One" K

p.s. Kelly Clarkson is not fat, you stupid morons.

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  1. Hahaha, I wouldn't tap that.


    I'd prefer a John McCain of days of yore. He was smokin' back in the day.

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  2. oh he was good-looking! I've always liked John McCain, despite my political leanings. this conversation feels like deja vu.

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  3. john mccain, he was a STUD during the vietnam years, omfg. no wonder he's still alive, he took good care of himself back in the 60's.

    this is amazing, NO ONE ELSE has ever admitted an interest in rahm, but from the first moment I saw him, I wanted to be on him. what is it? his exotic looks? his blistering personality? his RAGE? I do like an angry man. the fact that he tells people to fuck off, while looking ever-so-ravishable in a tie that screams 'bind my wrists'...

    I've revealed too much.

    (wow, I am sorry if this is really inappropriate, you can delete it if so.)

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  4. UHHH has anyone else read his wikipedia? HE WAS A BALLET DANCER.

    hmm...flexible?

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  5. Rahm. oh god. thank you, Cara. thank you.

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  6. ^this is Alice by the way. I know "lulu babaganoosh" sounds really lame and mysterious.

    <3 you Rahm.

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  7. actually, it reminds me of the gypsy lady from "Drag Me To Hell." SEE IT!!!

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