Delightful people with a little too much time on their hands
Oh, what's the problem? This is hardly Great Literature. I'd appreciate anything taken from here being acknowledged, and I might change my mind if I'm suddenly proclaimed as the Literary Queen of the Blogosphere - but I probably wouldn't. Do what you like, just as long as it doesn't extend to defamation of anyone, even me.
Actually, you want to pass off what I say as your own, I might even be flattered. Let's face it, who cares anyway?
How demure you look.
Don't feel any need to give credits for where you found this application, by the way, as I pinched the idea from Phil anyway.
Oh bum. I do apologise. I sort of thought everyone who reads me reads you too. Of course, it will be rectified immediately.
When I said 'no really' I may have meant it.
But then again, maybe I didn't.
Either way, you have me at a disadvantage. But I said not one word about sensitivity, which is all I have in my favour.
How funny! Have just given it a go, tho I think its all the customisation afterwards which makes it work!
My! Really! That IS demure!
I always imagined you more like Marge?
Only because butter wouldn't melt of course.
That's a lovely yellow tone to your skin!
I only changed the hair colour on me, and shortened Ro's hair and gave him a shirt (they'd dressed him in a singlet, which is not him at all). It's very like him, except he has a chin.
Marge is my idol, Murph, but I'm really more like Homer. My skin is, of course, lily-white.
I think she has curlier hair than that.
Who, me or Marge?
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