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Judy, 70 y.o.
Canberra, Australia [Current City]


Looking for

Postal pen pals

Joined 15 years ago, profile updated 3 years ago.

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Reply - Conversation - Sep 23
Hlo how are you doing
Reply - Conversation - Oct 21
I am looking some one native speaker who can speaks or writing, and we can become friends
Reply - Conversation - Dec 30, 2021
pleased to meet If you don't mind you can talk to me.
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In America it's winter. We've been getting some rain (In California)
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Hello From America,

How are things in Australia? Hope you have a Happy New Year
Reply - Conversation - Aug 2, 2021
I love this new photo! Where's Kitty ??? LOL
I hope all is well. Letter will come soon,
Hugs, Annie
Reply - Conversation - Mar 30, 2021
Hello, thank you. I hope we can come to Australia. Because we miss our child. But I want to learn English like we can come over there. This think is important for me, I am feel be better. How about you? Kind regards, Füsun.
Reply - Conversation - Mar 27, 2021
Hello friend, my name is Füsun and I’m from Türkiye. I’m marriage with Alaattin. We have a daughter. She is marriage too and they live in Australia since 2019 August 30. We’ll visit them when the pandemic is finish. So I need to learn English. I need a letter friend. Can we talk about life, kitchen, thoughts, etc. I hope you ask me. Haleva’nın nice day. See you.
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What if you had a transgender Aborigine Prime Minister in Australia, who passed a law saying anyone who can’t play Gloria Gaynor’s, “I will survive” on the Didgeridoo (whilst in drag), would be sentenced to ten years hard labour polishing Paul Hogan's butt skin. If that was the case would you learn the Didgeridoo or get your polishing rags out?

I find Meghan Markle as charming as if I found a red-backed spider down the front of my underpants.

Do you collect restraining orders from Paul Hogan’s solicitors? As I have said before, you know far too much about Paul Hogan to be healthy.

I don’t know anything about this Paul Young you mentioned, but you clearly do. How many restraining orders from Paul Young’s solicitors do you have in your trophy case?

How do you know that red-backed spider in your garage is female? Unless, does she have tiny restraining orders in her her web against the spiders that live in the houses of Paul Hogan and Paul Young?

I’ve not conducted a business transaction with a hooker for some years, but you have given me an idea for realty TV show...“Haggling with Hookers”.

I will see your made up places names and raise you actual place names in the UK:

Once Brewed/Twice Brewed
Upton Snodsbury
Boggy Bottom
Rest and Be Thankful

The above are verifiable via communing with the all knowing one… Google. All hail Google!

I will also see your rather tame “Cheers” and raise you a... Bottoms up.
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Surely that’s discrimination in the workplace, not employing waitresses or hookers? What if the waitresses or hookers were black or transgender? Isn’t Australia ready for a truly modern Prime Minister, a black, transgender, waitress hooker Prime Minister?

So everyone is well preserved in Oz, because you’re all brined? Well that finally explains how Paul Hogan looks.

I don’t need a house, wherever I lay my hat that's my home. Now if only I had a hat.

Do you live in a house, a house full of poisonous insects and critters, as all houses are in Australia aren’t they? Do you know that even the silliest looking creature on the planet, AKA the Platypus has a poisonous sting? Also do you know that one bite from Paul Hogan can kill ten men? Are there any creatures in Oz that don’t sting, and I’m not just talking about the prices hookers charge?

Hang on, there’s a place simply called “Orange” in Oz? Is there a serious lack of imagination in naming places down under? I take it once all the primary colours were used up to name places, that’s when Australians really had to scratch their heads to name towns? Are there towns called things such as “Light Blue” or “Pale Yellow” down under?
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