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Oracle of Delphi

Summer Solstice

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You'd think women who dance around naked all day would get some sun, pale isn't a good look on anyone.

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Is it a Pagan tradition to cover up mosquito bites with shells? Just asking, I haven't a clue. :scratchchin:

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Is it a Pagan tradition to cover up mosquito bites with shells? Just asking, I haven't a clue. :scratchchin:

Thats as much a Pagan tradition as wearing knockoff Versace sunglasses, apparently.

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Okay, you had the right spirit here, but here's what's wrong with that picture:

  • Boobs too small.
  • Face not terribly attractive.
  • Boobs too small.
  • Pale and not in an attractive way.
  • Boobs too small.
  • Did I say her boobs were too small?

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