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Wishing You Luck

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1Eurydice
Redigerat: mar 17, 2007, 11:35pm

Just stopping by to give the group my best wishes. Simon, you crack me up, so it's just as well I'm already taken. :) BUT, and I stress, by a booklover.

Truly, there is nothing like reading to attract another reader; and knowing someone's library is a fabulous start for a friendship, whether it turns romantic or not. I wish all of you all success in finding what suits. Repeat after me: LibraryThing is not for dating, BUT...!

;)

2SimonW11
mar 18, 2007, 1:11am

Ah you're obviously made for me Eurydices we have forty books in common and I have even read some of them! leave him now. Wait the final test do you watch soaps? I could never love a woman who watches soaps.

3Eurydice
Redigerat: mar 18, 2007, 1:28am

LOL. Well, naturally book-sharing is decisive, but my booklover and I share five times the number. :) Alas! He's perfect, and it can't be done. :) :) :)

4SimonW11
mar 18, 2007, 2:03am

But think of the waste of shelf space from all those duplicates! Oh well I will hide my disappointment AndrewL is much better match anyway. over seventy books in common, unfortunately neither of us seem to have much of a collection of gay lit. I suppose what you really want is someone who is just taking an intersest in a field you have explored. and vice versa so your libraries compliment.

5AndrewL
mar 18, 2007, 9:21pm

Maybe I just haven't entered those books into my library here, SimonW11. :P

6skittles
Redigerat: mar 18, 2007, 9:51pm

Det här meddelandet har tagits bort av dess författare.

7SimonW11
mar 18, 2007, 10:32pm

Discretion won I see skittles:^)
me I am looking forward with some trepidation to receving a private message giving me Andrew's other more descrete user name:^)

Simon

8kageeh
Redigerat: mar 19, 2007, 1:46pm

Message2: SimonW11 -- And, furthermore, I wish you and the others would post more frequently on the bioethics group. I'm becoming so frustrated by "dead" groups, that I've shamelessly taken to nagging. And it's all your fault.