george albot


Whos common, whats in common?


I done us a little survey, about being compatible,
Or is it all about
What we have in common.

I have scored 26 in group B

See how compatible, sorry what we have in common.

You should be able to follow it
For every one that apply to you in group B
Must mean we have thing in common

Please go through all of them
Would like to give you another pass

A…...……………….. B
Affected ………. Affectionate
Bossy …………… Beautiful
Callow…………… civility
Dominating ….. Demure
Exhibitionist …. Exuberant
Frigid ……………. Forgiving
Galling ………….. Gorgeous
Hag……………….. Handsome
Immature …….. Impeccable
Jealous ………… Jaunty
Known-all………. Knowledgeable
Lazy……………….. Lovable
Mare………………. Manful
Narcissistic ……..Natty
O, A, P……………… Obliging
Petulant ………… Pleasant
Querulous ……… Quixotic
Repugnant…….. Ravishing
Shabby………….. Sexy
Tacky…………….. Tantalizing
Uncharitable ….. Unassuming
Vacuous………….. Valiant
Windbag ………… Wise
Xenophobic ……. Xtrovert
Yak…………………… Youthful
Zealot………………. Zest
XXX,

Submitted: Friday, January 25, 2013

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