I just adore her rock hard, chiseled, muscular legs. Can't get much more delish than this. Also gonna download this one now cause it may not be here long....not by my doing, mind you. GREAT PICS @toothpicktorture--thanks !!!!
I've said it before, I'll say it now, and I'll say it again in a year's time: Kari Sweets has the best soles I have ever seen from anybody at any time. Pic related is my No. 1 sole shot of all time. 5/5 perfect.
I wondered the same thing & have seen that happen before.
Shanghai Red (guild knight) - rated (beautiful feet)2015-02-17 18:48:52
FYI...Here's the breakdown, this pic in particular is property of Nubiles.net(corner stamp) who produced and shot these pics...the model is Kari Sweets(corner stamp) if these pics were from Kari Sweets website(like AJ suggested above) they would be stamped/tagged with a Kari Sweets/Miloslava Kaprova etc. website logo, these are from Nubiles.net, not her own personal website. :)
You are right about it not being rocket science. That's good news for you. Made yourself look more foolish than the guy you were trying to make a fool of, didn't you?
And by the way, "It's not rocket science" isn't a question. Ergo, punctuating with a question mark makes no since. Just like rocket science, I guess the English language is a bit much for some people here to get a good grasp of.
@Blueballs - first of all, are you surprised that the Kari Sweets you're referring to isn't the only person that goes by that name? Are you surprised that when you search the name, most hits are associated with the sex industry? Then of course your question, "Are there 2 (TWO) girls named Kari Sweets?" Two girls, really? So it's not rocket science, is it?
Do I feel like an idiot for making a grammatical error? Not at all, it was a careless mistake that I'll probably make again in the future. Now your question, just think about it. It was idiotic.
Finally, if you're going to call someone out for their knowledge of the English language, shouldn't you make sure you have a firm grasp of it yourself. Otherwise that just "makes no since".
BackInBlack60 (guild knight)2014-12-29 19:08:15
@ILF- You missed one: >"I guess the English language is a bit much for some people here to get a good grasp of."
That sentence is ended in a preposition, which is actually ironic considering its message. While M-W now says that's 'acceptable,' it is something up with which we will not put! ;)
"Muphrey's Law spares no man." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muphry%27s_law