Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
lnr

Interesting idea

From bopeepsheep. Messages for various people, anonymously. If you think I owe you a comment, or that one of these is aimed specifically at you, then feel free to take it personally. If you don't, don't worry about it.

  1. Where shall we meet for lunch tomorrow?
  2. Is there anything I can send you in return?
  3. Great chemistry between us last night, thanks :-)
  4. I love you.
  5. Are you joining us for PopArt on Friday?
  6. Have fun in Bournemouth.
  7. Have fun also in Bournemouth, but less unusually so :-)
  8. Want lunch again this week?
  9. Hope you got the maths problems done OK.
  10. Get Well Soon.
  11. Sorry, I don't have any interesting poetry to post.
  12. Great photos.
  13. So what colour are mine?
  14. Happy belated birthday!

I'll add more if I think of them :-)

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