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Originally posted by v.b. can we stop, my pussy hurts... Originally posted by asian_XL fliptuner, I am gonna grab ur dick and pee in your face, then rub shit all over my face...:lol Originally posted by Fei-Ji haha i can taste the cum in my mouth Originally posted by FastAnna when I was 13 I wanted to be a video hoe so bad
Originally posted by 97ITR He would step out of his freshly downtown autospa detailed 996 C4s, check out his own reflection in the driverside window out of habit, take off his brand new limited edition D&G aviator sunglasses so the mf can see the fury in his eyes, sashay over to the other guy and then threaten to insert his black leather Savatore Ferragamo loafers into the guys rear-end.
METRO VANCOUVER - One woman is dead after a tree fell on a house in Port Moody during a severe windstorm that whipped across B.C.’s South Coast Thursday morning.
The woman, in her 50s, was sleeping at around 6:30 a.m., when the tree came crashing down through the roof of their house in the Mountain Meadows neighbourhood on Heritage Mountain.
BC Coroners Service spokeswoman Barb McLintock confirmed the coroner is investigating, but did not release any details about what happened.
Port Moody mayor Mike Clay said it’s believed the woman’s husband was in a different part of the house when the tree came down, trapping the woman in an upstairs bedroom. Clay said emergency crews tried to extract the woman, but were hampered by how much damage the tree had done to the house. It’s unknown whether there was anyone else in the house at the time.
“It’s just horrible ... this happened in a really tight-knit neighbourhood. This is going to be tough on the entire community,” he said, adding that the city will do whatever it can to help the family deal with this tragedy.
Totally OT; but that's what I always tell myself, try to live life to the fullest. Not to the extreme extent of 'YOLO' but you never know if you gonna get crushed by a tree at home in bed.
Not sure if you all remember the incident where that private plane crashed into a building in Richmond years back, luckily the suite that the plane hit was empty. My friend was actually just in the suite next door watching TV in the living room, imagine it went through her window instead!