• my parents, theyve been gone for yrs
    • Celifrog
      :( Sorry for your loss.
  • My first motorcycle.
    • Lilo Avli
      Did it have stabilizers ?
    • Ice man
      No it was a 1952 twin cylinder Triumph with a single Amal mono block carburetor that back fired if you rolled off the throttle too fast..
    • Lilo Avli
      Please don't start talking about radial tyres next.
    • Ice man
      No that sermon was last week. Weren't you paying attention ?
    • Lilo Avli
      I don't know who I was paying, but I asked for my money back. And compensation.
    • Ice man
      You'll be lucky if you get compression ..
  • My dog.
  • Stephanie Marlow.
    • Ice man
      Who's he ?
    • Lilo Avli
      A fictional detective. With nice breasts and a peachy bum.
    • Ice man
      Did you see these in a magazine, with pages stuck together, on the side of a country lane ?
    • Lilo Avli
      No, these were in my school classroom and running around the athletics track. And once, briefly, underneath me, in a precious field of lush, green grass. Alas, this fool was too naive and mentally-challenged to grasp the importance of the moment.
    • Ice man
      So that was last year then ?
  • Innocence & wonder
  • My ovaries.
  • My dad. To top it off, tomorrow my mom is coming home on hospice. 11.21.2018
    • Linda Joy
      My father left when I was two and my mother passed when I was around 30. If you want to talk just email me.
  • My health.
    • Linda Joy
      Me, too!
    • Rick Myres
      Well I can't thumbs up you but I just did with words.
  • My stuffed dog Fifi
  • Youth. Shaw was right.
  • self esteem
  • Good health.
  • Carefree time
  • Youth!
  • Yes the family dog. Sam. He was part wire haired fox terrier and toy poodle. He looked like Benji. Do you remember Benji. Sam was very cute and really newsy. He loved looking out at the babywindow at the cars driving by.
    • Linda Joy
      I do remember Benji! And you reminded me of Cindy, our toy poodle from my childhood!
  • My identification tag (dog tag) from kindergarten. I either lost or misplaced it when I was a teenager
  • Not having smartphones at all. I had computers and game consoles but, smartphones just make us too hyper connected. I miss like 2005 and no smartphones and being a kid. Like I swear kids from school wanted to play outside still. Kids nowadays don't hardly at all.
  • A mom. She'd get me out of the house more often.
  • Comic book collection my idiot mother tossed. I recall seeing the first issue of Batman sold for $500,000! No telling what else I had that would be valuable today.

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