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Postby webbo » Thu Jun 12, 2008 8:28 pm

Bill wrote:My my Paphos is popular it seems ~ no doubt due to the huge British presence there , in fact it's so popular I can understand the often heard comment that Cyprus is just like Britain but with sunshine.

I must keep a sharp lookout next time I'm in the area and try and spot Oracle enjoying a full English breakfast at one of the many bars/cafes catering for British immigrants.

No doubt I will recognise her by her voluptuous and ripe Mellon's heaving up and down from the shear ecstasy of eating her egg, bacon, toms, mush, black pud and chips ~ what a sight to behold .

Bill



O does not do tomatoes Bill :shock: Personally I love them :)

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Postby Niki » Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:44 pm

Bill wrote:My my Paphos is popular it seems ~ no doubt due to the huge British presence there , in fact it's so popular I can understand the often heard comment that Cyprus is just like Britain but with sunshine.

I must keep a sharp lookout next time I'm in the area and try and spot Oracle enjoying a full English breakfast at one of the many bars/cafes catering for British immigrants.

No doubt I will recognise her by her voluptuous and ripe Mellon's heaving up and down from the shear ecstasy of eating her egg, bacon, toms, mush, black pud and chips ~ what a sight to behold .

Bill


Goodness....getting a bit carried away with the vivid imagination there Bill! :lol:
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Postby Oracle » Fri Jun 13, 2008 10:02 pm

Bill wrote:My my Paphos is popular it seems ~ no doubt due to the huge British presence there , in fact it's so popular I can understand the often heard comment that Cyprus is just like Britain but with sunshine.

I must keep a sharp lookout next time I'm in the area and try and spot Oracle enjoying a full English breakfast at one of the many bars/cafes catering for British immigrants.

No doubt I will recognise her by her voluptuous and ripe Mellon's heaving up and down from the shear ecstasy of eating her egg, bacon, toms, mush, black pud and chips ~ what a sight to behold .

Bill


That breakfast sounds about as attractive as you do ..... and I would take great pleasure in watching the two of you come face to face ..... :lol:
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Postby miltiades » Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:45 pm

Oracle wrote:
Bill wrote:My my Paphos is popular it seems ~ no doubt due to the huge British presence there , in fact it's so popular I can understand the often heard comment that Cyprus is just like Britain but with sunshine.

I must keep a sharp lookout next time I'm in the area and try and spot Oracle enjoying a full English breakfast at one of the many bars/cafes catering for British immigrants.

No doubt I will recognise her by her voluptuous and ripe Mellon's heaving up and down from the shear ecstasy of eating her egg, bacon, toms, mush, black pud and chips ~ what a sight to behold .

Bill


That breakfast sounds about as attractive as you do ..... and I would take great pleasure in watching the two of you come face to face ..... :lol:


I think O is more the two boiled egg type , hard on the outside and soft on the inside , unlike me who is all soft , in and out soft as jelly !!
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Postby webbo » Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:50 pm

miltiades wrote:
Oracle wrote:
Bill wrote:My my Paphos is popular it seems ~ no doubt due to the huge British presence there , in fact it's so popular I can understand the often heard comment that Cyprus is just like Britain but with sunshine.

I must keep a sharp lookout next time I'm in the area and try and spot Oracle enjoying a full English breakfast at one of the many bars/cafes catering for British immigrants.

No doubt I will recognise her by her voluptuous and ripe Mellon's heaving up and down from the shear ecstasy of eating her egg, bacon, toms, mush, black pud and chips ~ what a sight to behold .

Bill


That breakfast sounds about as attractive as you do ..... and I would take great pleasure in watching the two of you come face to face ..... :lol:


I think O is more the two boiled egg type , hard on the outside and soft on the inside , unlike me who is all soft , in and out soft as jelly !!



And that is after only ONE glass of wine! :wink: :wink:

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Postby Bill » Sat Jun 14, 2008 12:15 am

Niki wrote:
Bill wrote:My my Paphos is popular it seems ~ no doubt due to the huge British presence there , in fact it's so popular I can understand the often heard comment that Cyprus is just like Britain but with sunshine.

I must keep a sharp lookout next time I'm in the area and try and spot Oracle enjoying a full English breakfast at one of the many bars/cafes catering for British immigrants.

No doubt I will recognise her by her voluptuous and ripe Mellon's heaving up and down from the shear ecstasy of eating her egg, bacon, toms, mush, black pud and chips ~ what a sight to behold .

Bill


Goodness....getting a bit carried away with the vivid imagination there Bill! :lol:


No not really just adding to comments she has previously made .

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Postby Jerry » Sat Jun 14, 2008 12:34 am

Bill wrote:
Niki wrote:
Bill wrote:My my Paphos is popular it seems ~ no doubt due to the huge British presence there , in fact it's so popular I can understand the often heard comment that Cyprus is just like Britain but with sunshine.

I must keep a sharp lookout next time I'm in the area and try and spot Oracle enjoying a full English breakfast at one of the many bars/cafes catering for British immigrants.

No doubt I will recognise her by her voluptuous and ripe Mellon's heaving up and down from the shear ecstasy of eating her egg, bacon, toms, mush, black pud and chips ~ what a sight to behold .

Bill


Goodness....getting a bit carried away with the vivid imagination there Bill! :lol:


No not really just adding to comments she has previously made .

Bill


Coming face to face with heaving ripe melons - the mind boggles :D :D :D
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Postby jade. » Sat Jun 28, 2008 1:36 pm

We fly out tomorrow! :D
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Postby SSBubbles » Mon Jun 30, 2008 7:30 am

jade. wrote:We fly out tomorrow! :D



You are here now then! Enjoy!
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Postby spambo » Mon Jul 07, 2008 10:24 am

flying out on sunday , staying in protaras for 2 weeks :) cant wait !!!
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