Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Boo!, Aug 10, 2012.
Beautiful! You look lovely in that shade of pink.
Thanks! I do love the color pink.
Get ready for 1.21 jigabytes of wedding photos.
You're very pretty, Kestra!
Thank you! I always feel prettier in Indian clothes.
Girl, you are stunning!
RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!
Only 130 more to go....
You are a bear!
Impressive! Do you like it or is it annoying?
Not annoying at all. I prefer to have it trimmed back a little shorter, but I honestly don't even notice that it's there.
Here are a few pictures from the devastation to my Mother-in-Laws apartment in Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn.
My girlfriend when I was in my early 20s is named Noel. She's a redhead, had a dress very much like that one, and considers herself to be Queen of the Fucking Universe, so the crown makes sense. I am now very frightened.
Here I am doing homework:
How the hell do I manage to be both skinny and fat at the same time like that?
DAMN. I hope she had some kind of renter's insurance, or at least some kind of nest egg to help out.
What the hell is a jigabyte?!??
I've heard that some insurance companies aren't paying anything because they're classifying it as a flood, and most people don't have flood insurance as part of their homeowner's insurance.
Oh, you're so pretty!
I want your hair. And your dress.
Well she does have insurance but not flood. She wasn't in a flood zone, so she never had it. However the insurance adjuster is going out on Tuesday to have a look but we're pretty sure nothing will come of it. She has a little bit of savings but looks like she's going to be living with us permanently at this point. We are moving up to Syracuse in March and now she is coming with us. So this has changed our house search significantly. So now it looks like we're gonna build a house to fit our needs.
Oh man, this is heavy.
I think this is my favorite. Your wife is beautiful! How's married life?
Thank you! I actually had my hair chopped off less than a week after that pic was taken. It took entirely too long to wash and dry. You are welcome to borrow the sari if you're ever in the area, though!
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