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from trinity63 :
How exciting:)
from gumphood :
Thats cool. Private away. If you want to let me in cool, if not; that's cool too!
from trinity63 :
Yeah I am Psych and I don't think that Human Development is full of shit because of all of the studies. More information the merrier. I will most likely work for a large corporation as an Industrial Psychologist. I am actually thinking about a doctorate how fucked up is that? But I admit I am a money whore, and want to make a lot of money -- and working in the business sector is the way to go.
from captvfirefly :
I went to Bowling Green State University in Ohio. Why do you ask? :)
from trinity63 :
I just got accepted to Grad school. What's your major?
from jennlynn24 :
so are you going to send the letter? Man, you have been through some shit, i am sorry girl!! :) you seem like a really cool chic.... keep ya head up!
from ottawaguy85 :
so i read your current entry it was okay. But since i'm new to this site i figured i should look back to everyone's first entry, because thats the most interesting time. Anyways very interesting i also admire that u left home at 17, i am 18 and am also planning my departure. i haven't made an entry about it yet since today i made my account but i will. anyhow its late i'm tired but i'll read your entries another time. bye
from gumphood :
Monday stinks. I am old and crotchety now! haha
from pandionna :
Ouch. That letter comes from a place of deep hurt, and I am so very sorry that such pain is in your heart. Hugs.
from trinity63 :
I guess I'd wonder why you even care who reads you or why, you know? I mean what's the purpose of you writing? Is it because you want a place to unload your thoughts, or are you writing conciously for an audience. And really -- at the end of the day it's their loss they aren't reading about your fabulousness you know?
from gumphood :
Hmmm...maybe that's why. I totally forgot that it was 4:20.
from trinity63 :
trying to quit smoking? my best:) you can do it:)
from bethany9 :
dear lord do i love your diary.
from pandionna :
I got (typos included): Funky Outgoing Stripper! You were made for doing a job as social as stripping. You love meeting new poeple everynight and it excites you to have strangers see you naked (or topless). You have a blast almost everytime you work. Customers love you, other strippers love you and even the waitresses love you. Rock on!
from invisibledon :
yeah there was a group voting me down for a while when my page first started getting votes. There are a few very touchy people on there - my peaches entry got me scolded by the Clix people who are part of the whole top ten thing too.
from invisibledon :
top rated on diarist.net cool stuff
from captvfirefly :
OOhhhh, you're just evil! "I dream of jeannie" theme. Pure. Evil. LOL But, at least I got Barry out of my head...
from pandionna :
You know those Cialis ads? Something like, "If a silly moment turns into the right moment, will you be ready?" The Huz came up with an idea for Dick Cheney. "If a violent moment turns into the right moment, will you be ready?" The visual is ol' Dick hogtied with a ball-gag at the feet of a dominatrix. Tenet with a paddle. Heh. I like that!
from pandionna :
Youch! Sorry to hear you're feeling blue. You're strong. You can get through this. Hugs!
from gumphood :
I liked the pictures. I love cute kitties. I also really liked that whole thing about your boy's parents. It's nice to vent. And you were a 116 lbs? Wow. How tall were you. Anyway, I just wanted to say I have really enjoyed the last few entries
from captvfirefly :
After reading about your Easter, I can honestly say I am SO glad that I no longer have any in-laws. Gah. I feel your pain. And those pictures of the kitties?? TOO CUTE! :) Also - your latest entry ... everything OK?
from invisibledon :
glad I could make you laugh and yes those are the words to dixie as far as i can tell i checked several sites before putting them up here is one of them http://home.earthlink.net/~poetry61-65/confederate/songs/dixie.html
from gumphood :
I feel like...Happy Weekend...gee...I don't know what it might mean...how annoying...
from trinity63 :
Please don't feel shame because you aren't doing well in a specific class. It took me taking Algebra 2 times before I passed. Heavy class loads and math just don't mix:)
from gumphood :
I am all open again
from gumphood :
The was a play in London called Sept 10th. I really wanted to see it.
from pandionna :
Rats, didn't work. Try pandionna2 AT aol DOT com.
from jonathan :
This music is great to write to. I need a swivel chair in my office though, something I can move around it while I type. I stip in my own way, laying my soul bare. I'm still clueless on some of these bands - I'll see what the guy in the specialist CD store on Lewes High Street has to say.
from pandionna :
If you send out passwords, I'd love to read, but if not, I'll understand and just keep watching my buddy list for when you return. I hope whatever it is that prompted this is resolved soon. Usually when people lock, it's because something hairy is going on, or someone they don't want reading their diary found it. Hang in there!
from allie-may :
Why is your diary locked, love?
from gumphood :
hmmm. I am telling you that is a parionod password. I couldn't guess that if I was crazy (which I am)
from allie-may :
Hmm...I do not believe you've read me under another name, although I could be wrong. My last diary was located at "sadgothkid", but I do not remember ever coming upon your own diary until recently. I could be wrong, though :).
from jonathan :
Hi Thanks for this! I listen to something five hours a day while I write. I don’t need the music, my ‘garret’ is blissfully quiet, but I find it gives me an added ‘drive’ and ‘incentive’ as I finally got on the wagon and intend to stay on it ! Dry for five days; I’ll give up counting in a month, though it’s my intention to remain teetotal. Yawn! Yawn! It’s good to have my head back, if my brain has been bursting the last 10 months it’s been doing so inside a plastic bag in a fish bowl. I listened to some 'ACDC', but have a soft spot for 'Nirvana' and 'Guns n Roses', even 'Queen,' 'The Muse' and 'The Darkness.' I’ll try ‘Dirty Deeds’, ‘Hell’s bells’ and ‘Who Made Who.’ 'Prince' I have followed for years. I’m glad now I didn’t throw out a trunk of audio cassettes I had in the garage. I bought a Sony Walkman the other day so that I could listen through this old stuff and decide what to replace with CDs. It was all headed for a charity shop. Yes to: When doves cry, Purple rain I’m also a sucker for ‘1999.’ I’ll check out the ‘The Joffrey Ballet’s Prince show… ‘ I have a ‘Jefferson Airplane’ something, though confuse them with ‘Jefferson Starship’ unless I’m being thick. As a teenager I belonged to a club and had to order several cassettes a month; I still have some of these. I picked up all kinds of odd stuff. I’ll listen to ‘white rabbit.’ I’m an ‘Annie Lennox’ fan, so much so I have ‘1984,’ though don’t like it. I’ll make sure I listen to this lot today: Whiter shade of pale Why Take me to the river Legend in my living room Cold Money can’t buy it Keep young and beautiful. I bought a ‘Doors’ Greatest Hits, Luxury Edition something the other day. I’m into it Jim Morrison and recall visiting his gravestone in Montparnasse, Paris when I lived there ten years ago. The Doors: Peace Frog La woman Spanish caravan Riders on the storm Roadhouse Strange days I’ve not heard much ‘Led Zeppelin,’ though my older sister (four years older) had stacks of Led Zeppelin LPs. 'Pink Floyd' I was introduced to by a girlfriend's older brother. I got to work as a roadie on the ‘Brick in the Wall’ set in 1980. I had just completed a ‘season’ working in the French Alps and listened to ‘Brick in the Wall’ whenever I went skiing, powering through the ‘bumps’ to the title track. ‘Pink’ I just picked up from the library. ‘Moulin Rouge’ I adore, the movie, the songs, and the way Baz Lurhman approached writing screenplays and directing. He did a great job of ‘Romeo & Juliet.’ I’ve played Mercutio twice in youth theatre and university productions of it. My step mother worked in the Moulin Rouge in Paris for ten years! Mmmmmmmm! My father was NOT the Ewan McGreggor character, that’s me, always the poor ‘creative’ who no girl with an eye on her wallet would stay with for long. Great to hear from you. I guess I'm trying to justify the desire to purchase an iPod. All the best. Jonathan I’ve lost track of my email addresses I have so many and so many have drowned in spam. jfvernon@btconnect.com seems to work though.
from jennlynn24 :
thanks girl so much. i went into the archoves and fixed it.. just have to find a new template. your the best! thanks!!! :)
from jonathan :
I've finally got round to picking up some CDs ofthe music you suggested. You came up with some bands you used to dance to, what were the tracks? ACDC, Prince, The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, Pink, Annie Lennox - I'm playing the Doors over and over at the minute. I can't get into Jefferson Airplane, preferring the Rolling Stones from this era. I don't know Pink at all. My 'study' or 'office' in town is round the corner from a special music - he can find anything for me!
from trinity63 :
email me the exact message and I can find out the source for you.
from trinity63 :
what are you talking about emails???
from jennlynn24 :
hey girl. i dont know if you can help.. i just deleted all my old entries except for maybe 20.. i had over 185.. EEK!! any way of getting them back?
from pandionna :
Awwww. Aren't birds great?
from gumphood :
I'm sorry. It's so strange. I don't know what else to say...
from captvfirefly :
I am so sorry to hear about your friend/coworker. I was going to say something else, but it was coming out trite and stupid, so I just want you to know that I'm thinking about ya. And? I saw the comment you left for "fritz"... Thank you. I couldn't have said it better myself. :)
from bethany9 :
you inspired me to add a google page to my template. i have never paid attention before, but now that i am, i am gettig some weird shit, i love it!
from fargahar :
Gee, that sucks. Same thing happened to me. When I first started working at the vet hospital when I was 14, there was this woman there Mary Beth who was really nice but had a lot of problems. Her husband had commited suicide, she was an alcoholic, her dad was abusive and she had this nasty mean boyfriend. I worked with her for about a year and then she quit. About a year after that her nasty boyfriend came and dropped all her cats off to be put to sleep because she had killed herself. When you hear shit like that it just throws ya....
from pandionna :
I am sorry to hear about the woman you used to work with. Tragic, when it gets to that point and people see no other way out. Hugs.
from fargahar :
Girl I am all sorts of jealous that you are seeing the girls...I DEMAND a full report. Ya hear?
from gumphood :
My friend had Black labs. They named them Barroness Von Elizabeth Arnold the First, Second, and Third, since when they died they bought another black lab. All their nicknames were Lizzy.
from fargahar :
All of my animals have about 6-7 nicknames each. They also all have distinct voices that go with when I talk to them.
from gumphood :
I am also curious. I wondered what happened. And bad writers hurt. That is tough to take as an english major. I can at least always say "i majored in math!" to the critics!
from jennlynn24 :
I was trying to understand what you meant by parasites.. someone stole your writings or your ideas? or at class plagurized something you did..i am curious! :) have a great day girlie!
from pandionna :
Two things: First, wow, you run into a lot of people in your town. Second, "ass crack of dawn" is the best thing I've read all day.
from gumphood :
About. You are 26 I think, and I will be 24 in April.
from bethany9 :
wow, some of my buds beat me here. crazy. just wanted to know i enjoy the site. the layout is superb. i'll be back!
from gumphood :
You love when I leave notes. Okay so I live on the East Coast; my friends work for alot of companies out here namely Scout Prodcutions which does design shows mostly like Queer Eye, and Trading Spaces shows across the board. I myself do none of this. I am a Labor Economist for the government, which makes me sound about 30 years older than I am. I am actually shockingly young for someone who has a post graduate degree. I just don't want you to picture some fuddy duddy government worker. Why don't you like notes again?
from lonelylatina :
Hey girl, Thank you for the note. I do enjoy reading your diary and your layout is beautiful. You are definitely a favorite. Take care.
from trinity63 :
I loved loved loved loved your entry about it not being about you. May I borrow that as my disclaimer?
from jennlynn24 :
how do you get your name off of any server.. google, yahoo..ect? Ya i may lock my diary....dont want totally random hits.. love your diary girl... :)
from gumphood :
You forgot "Greatest Stipper Ever" "Greatest Writer Ever" "Greatest Stipping Writer" and "Worst Asshole who signs my notes and not the guestbook ever, for real" I get googled for one of those ALL the time.
from captvfirefly :
I'm with you on needing to take care of myself again. I've been craving the fast food too - that's what happens when you give it up for a few years, then get cocky and think you can eat it again. Cravings like MAD. Anyway, just thought I'd let you know I was on the bandwagon too. :)
from la-the-sage :
Nice! I got a scanner/printer. Aren't we the tech geeks to be getting computers and junk for romantic holidays? ~LA
from leofire :
I think you're interesting too~ thanks for letting me read your diary. We sound alike in some ways, no?
from gumphood :
I always used to stress myself for tests so that I would besharp and wouldn't let anything slide. I say it's a sign of an acheiver.
from invisibledon :
thanks for doing my trulymadly survey - really enjoyed your answers even if you aren't single - I am and mine were boring
from katybugg2888 :
Love your diary... Awesome. You rock!
from kris-tee :
haha, I just read what you wrote on your profile about me. Dude, I feel the same way you do, I never thought I would have a kid till I was like 30. I have always been a party girl, in to myself.... When I found out I was pregnant, I was hysterical. But, so far its been better then I thought. Its weird though because I have never been a real kid person. I mean, they are ok, but I mean, I have never even watched a kid over night or anything. I dont' know the 1st thing about raising a kid or anything, thank god for my mom. I had this friend named Jill, who as a matter of fact used to be a stripper, and we went to the ocean one weekend and she had a little boy and I was telling her how I never could see myself with kids and how I dont even really like kids that much and she kept telling me its different when its yours. I guess she is right cause I am excited now for the kid. I dont know if I will have two though, I think I am the one kid person type. My Sister in laws dream life is to be barefoot and pregnant. No, really, she babysits kids and her husband is a sheriff, they have no money, two kids (she is 23 he is 25) and she's talking about having another one, Im like, this girl is freakin nuts. Brad wants two, but we'll see... Him and I really like to have fun and spend money and stuff... Two kids is alot. If we did have two, it would be a while before I did this shit again. I would say the worst part about being pregnant is not being able to drink, and the 2nd worst is getting fat. But even thats fun cause you get to eat alot!
from kris-tee :
I wanna see pics too! But anyway, does Bob read your diary? Brad found mine, it was probably my fault. But, I felt weird about it... Not that Im hiding anything, but I was just like, Damn, Can I have anything thats just MINE???? I mean, do we have to share everysingle solitary thing?
from la-the-sage :
Pics! Pics! I wanna see! ~LA
from invisibledon :
i used to have a really bad problem saying peachy - but mostly i've gotten away from that and I'm thinking that is a good thing at least for the people that have to listen to me talk.
from captvfirefly :
No, HE didn't say I had issues sexually, *I* said I did. And they aren't really issues, I'm just not as experienced as he is. So, he looks upon my inexperience as something he can "help me with." I'm not sure how I feel about that, especially since he used the words "You'll be my slut." Which on the one hand is kind of endearing (in a fucked up way), and on the other is just plain possesive sounding. The jury is still out on this one - maybe I'm just hearing him wrong - but the man loves sex, and thinks it's a good idea if I'm interested in exploring new things. I'm not opposed to "new things," but don't be so up in my face about it, ya know? And, your opinion is welcome any time. If you have comments, post them. I will not be offended (and it helps to hear others perspectives on the shit I talk about).
from gumphood :
Your story grabbed me. Normally I read the diary for a week or so, but I am going to add you now and see how it goes. Very intersting so far! GJ
from invisibledon :
we have a bit in common and you kept the word neat in there too
from fargahar :
My mom lives on Tylenol PM. She loves it. Especially because in the middle of the week she works 1 late shift and then has to turn around the next day and work an swing shift.
from kris-tee :
Hey! I have some pics on www.photobucket.com, the album is Kristy9900 and the password is Bugs if you want to see them! I would like to see pics of Bob and you. Oh and about the dieting thing... I was 145 lbs. I was down to 120 lbs in two months by religously counting my calories. But, I still would drink on the weekends. That helped me actually because I would go out on Friday night and me and my friends were not causual drinkers, we would go out and get completely shitfaced, so Sat. I would throw up and be sick and do it all over again that night. So, the weekends were good for me. The only way I can diet is to count calories. Also, it just makes more sense to me. I mean, if I ate 2,500 calories in a day. And then I REALLY wanted sometimes like a cheeseburger from Mcdonalds, I would look up its caloric in take and then go to the gym and run off the cheeseburger. It worked for me, so I thought I would tell you about it. The only thing now is that I live with Brad and I am sure if I tried to diet it would be twice as hard cause I mean, its alot harder when you have someone sitting there eating in front of you and you can't have it... Well, I'll have to do it after the baby anyway... So, right now, its fun just being able to eat and not think about it. Well, I don't think about it too much anyway! ~Kristy
from captvfirefly :
Thanks for the guestbook message! I agree with you - once I start focusing on keeping track of all these men, I'll think less about food. And then I'll eat less and lose weight. It happens every time. Thanks for reminding me! And? My coworker friend swears by Tylenol PM's - I'm glad you've found something that can help you get back into a more "normal" sleep schedule. I used to have insomnia, so I know how much having a wacky sleep cycle can screw with you.
from la-the-sage :
I used to waitress in a strip club, but only took my clothes off once. Amateur night. Took the cash and ran. Don't think this qualifies me as an EX-stripper. One can hardly be an EX-anything if you only tried it once. But I'll leave it to the ring owner and expert to decide. ~LA
from polly-esther :
your guestbook is down...i agree about the BFO Fiance. why can't she just play along? also, doesn't she look like the buffy the vampire slayer chick? I forget her name...
from chacha13 :
leave me a note w/ ur answer!
from chacha13 :
i used to be a stripper too, what wus ur fav part?
from fargahar :
Damn men! Last night my husband told me I am average looking. Not beautiful just average looking and he said that my sister was beautiful...what the fuck?
from fargahar :
I misunderstood...either way it would make a far better movie than a musical...and I do not mean a musical brought to the scene..I mean a movie with no musical numbers.
from kris-tee :
Hi, I left you a message a couple of weeks ago, anyway, I started my own diary and I would like it if you read it sometime.
from indigo-love :
awww, your cat is so cute. i am still sending good vibes your way!
from captvfirefly :
Sending good vibes for your kitty! I hope she's OK. ((hugs))
from pandionna :
Sending good thoughts to you and your kitty! Come on kitty, wharf!
from strippedraw :
there's a trick to that card thing, i used to get so excited over it cause it always got the card i had picked but some ass ruined it for me and told me what they do ... but i can't remember how so at least i can't totally ruin it for you ;-)
from captvfirefly :
I'm so excited for you about starting school. I'd love to go back, but lack of cash (and lack of direction) are keeping me from going. Anyway, I look forward to hearing all about it. Good luck, and have fun!
from pandionna :
Awww, thanks! Sorry some pathetic soul hacked you. How awful. Honestly, do people have nothing better to do with their time than cause others grief?
from pandionna :
Whew. Okay. I was getting that, "who turned out the lights?" feeling. Template changes can be a bear.
from la-the-sage :
Locked! Eeeeee! Security problems? Template change? Is everything okay? ~LA
from strippedraw :
woohoo! plugs! you know when i saw that quiz (constantly reading that site...) i had to have the image and btw, love reading!
from lastlaughing :
Do you read GoFigure?
from pandionna :
Sound perfectly coherent to me. I hope the new year brings you the answers you're searching for.
from fargahar :
Hey! I got your card...thanks..I will be going to school in January too hopefully. :)
from pandionna :
Ouch! Sending healing thoughts your way.
from fargahar :
we can be the busted foot buddies! :) Take care and take Vicodin!
from captvfirefly :
I cannot imagine waking up to the view of a carcass outside my window. "Sticks" or not, there should be some level of neighborly respect.
from fargahar :
And she returns...to brag about seeing Dave. I am so jealous. :) Nice to hear from ya again.
from lastlaughing :
What did you read by Tony Kushner? I have never heard of him. I'd like to find out what he did so I can read something. I am reading the simmarillon sp? now.
from pandionna :
Often, the first reaction people have after reading about soured relationships with parents, is to say, "I'm so sorry that this is happening to you." But I've been through it with my father. I cut him out of my life three years ago. And now, when people say, "I'm so sorry that this happened," I say, "don't be." Because once I severed ties, my life became very peaceful. VERY peaceful. It all happened long before I came to d-land, but suffice to say that the peace that has taken over my life has changed me in many, many ways. (Or my diary would be more of a personal confessional type of diary, instead of, um, the crap that it is. It is indeed a luxury to be able to look outward and bitch, but you get that luxury when your own life is not filled with turmoil.) Point is, while it may be sad that a mother-daughter relationship isn't, or didn't, work, it sounds like you've come to a place where letting go of it would be healthier and better for you than trying to make it work. If you do decide never to try again with her, well, you've got one reader out here who understands. Hugs.
from fargahar :
What is a normal life??? Where can I buy one of those?
from fargahar :
Ah...you've got my diary idol, Captvfirefly, reading you now. :)
from captvfirefly :
Hi there! I found you through fargahar, or was it pandionna? Anyway, I love your diary, and I've found a new favorite. I just wanted to say hi!
from fargahar :
You lucky bastard...( kidding) I am soooo jealous. Even the "paying through the nose" tickets are sold out here in Seattle because we are all a bunch of Dave lovin' hippies. I am concentrating my efforts on Bette Midler tickets now. Also I think the Indigo Girls will be back when their new album comes out in February.
from fargahar :
I can see it. It is rather large but shrinking pics is definitely not my strong suit.
from stardust23 :
:D I got totally excited when I saw it, too. I was like *click* THAT is my new diary image. Shakespeare *swoon*
from lastlaughing :
Okay, Here's what we have in common. #11,14,15,17,18,,19,20,24-29. I kept saying to myself. "me too. oh, me too. wow. me too."
from stardust23 :
Hey, thanks for the note! I found my image in one of our clients slides (so I *probably* shouldn't be using it, lol) It's from Julie Taymor's broadway production of Titus Andronicus. I love that play and I love Julie Taymor, particularly the images she creates in that scene (the rape of Lavinia). Take care!
from pandionna :
You have lots of animals, you hate patchouli, AND you're an air sign? I knew I liked you.
from fargahar :
Think of it this way..if I read your diary and you read mine...we are not total strangers. I feel like I know all my buddies and my buddies know me because we read about each others thoughts and feelings. Noone is a stranger....
from caela :
hey there, i've got a new favourite for my list! i totally sympathize with your hatred of retail...i did my time in a children's clothing store. imagine that around christmas! ugh. and julie taymor rocks, yay! if you haven't yet seen frida, you must.
from la-the-sage :
Well now I have a headache because I had to go back and read your whole archive. Fascinating. Thanks so much for listing me as a favorite. I am graced with buddy listers who are some of the best writers and most interesting characters here in D-land. You are a welcome addition. 2 questions: How'd you get to me? and Have you read enough of my archive to be SURE? I really hate being dropped, but sometimes I'll get a funny farewell note, "God! I USED to like you until you said such-n-such. Now I hate you forever, you twat!" Gotta love that. ~LA
from fargahar :
Amen on the inlaws comment. I know how it is...
from fargahar :
I too am unworthy of retail whoredom. Also hubby and I bought new condo with no fixing needed and we still ran out of money. Couldn't be because of my IKEA and Linens N Things addiction...??
from lastlaughing :
Did you say you read Tom Robbins? Didn't he write something Woodpecker? I read something by him. I am reading some C.S. Lewis right now. What did you mean by TU?
from fargahar :
All those who leave me love get love in return. I am considering returning to retail hell as well. I am still unsure. But either way..I'm readin' so keep writin'.
from pandionna :
Hello! Clicked through from a survey link on Far's page. Great diary!
from bsg7sea :
I did study comp lit and managed to not master a signle foriegn language- my focus was S/F and technology theory. However I did study old english, latin and spanish. Comp lit is what you make of it.
from fargahar :
Fellow Indigo Girls fan...take my survey! <a href= "http://members.diaryland.com/edit/surveys.phtml?user=fargahar" target="_blank"> Indigo Girls Survey </a>
from bsg7sea :
I have no ( intense, urgent) curiousity about you as a stripper but you as a mind I like- Tom Robbins, Princess Bride and me a comp lit major? Oh and Titus? Did you notice Aaron in Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions? You said stardate. *swoon*
from lastlaughing :
Hi, Interesting. I have to know more. Coincidentaly, I am also an ex-stripper. I started working in WA, and ended up in HI, where I still reside. The money was better here so I moved. That was a while ago. I am 29 and quit the "biz" at 25. I had danced for 7 years. I haven't met anyone else like me, as I never socialized with the other girls. (Well, one became a friend, but not too many others.) The man I have been involved with since I was 22 and have a child now with, I actually met while I was onstage. I guess he was one of those guys who gets all obsessive and idolizes you. You know the type? I'm sure you do. So anyway, he happened to be a unusually good, no great catch. Financially that is. In that area he is probably one of nations top percentages. Who knows. It was attractive to me at the time. Weird. Who are you? northshoregir22@hotmail.com
from carpetbagger :
It sounds like you have an interesting history. My girlfriend is an ex stripper, but i think she is going to become one again as soon as she gets away from her parents.

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