I'm planning a special trip to Victoria. I would like to engage an escort for an extended time. I don't just want the GFE but would like a romantic, slow paced evening, maybe even dinner and talking. (wow!) I'm very lonely. Any suggestions?
What type of girl are you looking for in terms of looks? That might help us narrow down who to suggest...but there are lots of girls listed on bcdarlings.com some of them have reviews on escape and relax as well as TER.
I'm looking for TOTAL GFE. It's been way too long (I won't even tell). I want to sit around and talk, massage, even eat, cuddle etc. I'll probably make the trek from Seattle just to meet my special Canadian lady. I'll be on a road trip originating from Texas! (that's quite a drive.) Probably in July. Any women have photos they could email to help me decide? . . . we're obviously talking multi-hour. I'm 32 and an o.k. average guy, very nice and smart, good heart, athletic, blonde, blue eyes 6' 175#. Just LONELY because work keeps my dating life non-existent. And they don't let us do this kind of thing down here. I don't break the law (except speeding). I have been too busy doing the late shift at the hospital or I would have replied sooner, plus when I logged my first mssg. there were 3 members and I thought this chat was dead. But I'm here now. Anyways, I guess I'm better off with an independent? As far as looks go I'm open. I do like petite, flat chested, athletic types, not a big huge boob dude. I like brunettes and Asian would be cool. I'll check out some of ya'lls reccomendations. I'd love to hear from some ladies. [email protected] P.S. This is not a hobby for me, it would be a special time to remember for years to come. I know it's a long post-thanks for reading. "Help!" I need somebody
In the spirit of international cooperation, I can say that Gina's your gal. She's not brunette, and she's not really flat chested, but she is the one you've described.
Now, being as I'm giving support and assistance to a Yank, my government may or may not support this thread. It's kind of dependant upon which side of the bed our Prime Minister gets up on a given day.
That said, should my Canucks meet up with the Dallas Stars for a best of seven over the next few weeks, I may withdraw my support and send you to some deep dark corner of Vancouver's downtown east side.
Selena is back, there was a post explaining what her new number was and that we were working together along with Damian, but the post keeps coming down...it was seen as advertising...oh well.
Anyway, Selena has many good reviews (exculding the ones on E&R, but that is a long story, they are not true, and many will vouch for that) To contact Selena her new number is 516-1469, and her pics can been seen at selenamoore.com
If you have any questions you can find my contact info at www.bcdarlings.com or www.bcfinest.com
No.....we wanted Sean Burke from Phoenix but the price was too high.....two first round picks and the #1 rookie defenseman in the league, Barret Jackman. What a joke! I have been pleasantly surprised by Osgood. Pronger will be back in action on Saturday. Yes...Cujo and Keenan had their problems...Keenan was on his ass all the time about not being in top shape physically. ---Dr. Moe
I rarely venture to Victoria, but hockey brought me here.
I thought Keenan’s speciality was to instill discipline into underachieving but talented teams. Flyers, Blackhawks, Rangers.
He ran into serious problems with the Blues and Canucks because they quickly tuned him out. He dismantled the team and reassembled another team, but when they tuned him out then he was doomed again. Also Keenan didn’t have the “assets” from the Bure trade yet. No Jovanksi yet. Keenan did inherit a very dysfunctual Vancouver team.
The Bruins missed the playoff his first (and only year) and it was quite comical, but highly believable, the story of the players passing the hat around the locker room to raise money for the Keenan payout. The players went to the General Manager dropped a hat full of cash onto the GM’s desk. GM asks “what the crap is that!” Players answered, “we’ll buy Keenan (Hitler) out.” GM says, “oh…” And Keenan was finished.
In Florida, this is the first and only time we’ve seen Keenan try to build a team with mainly young guys. Doesn’t look too promising so far.
“Keenan was abrasive but he had a great eye for talent.
Keenan was largely responsible for the growth of Markus Naslund. He also traded for Todd Bertuzzi. Keenan's downfall was his loyalty to Messier.”
Keenan did make the then controvesial trade of Shanahan for Pronger. At that time people thought he was an idiot but now every GM would rather have a Pronger than a Shanahan.
Actually Bertuzzi was the throw-in, as hard to believe as that it is. The main player was Islander captain, at age 20, Brian McCabe, who is now the Leaf’s number 1 defenceman and probably future captain when Sundin leaves (Roberts can’t be captain, he isn’t getting any younger at 37).
The holdout of Bure did give force Naslund into more playing time; and constant challenging from Keenan did improve Naslund’s consistency and heart to go to the net, instead of hiding 40 feet away.
Keenan did tell everyone that Bertuzzi could be an offensive winger, took him five years to develop consistency.
Chelios, Roenick, Pronger, all said that they reached their potential because they needed Keenan’s abrasive challenging.