Re: On the Concept of Irony w/ Continual Reference to Caro, the #1 Sunshine Queen
Originally Posted by bruce goose
Fair enough,but you shouldn't overlook someone who brings her bf--an UNEMPLOYED one,at that(unless you count being Nole's BACK-up hitting partner--whenever the main one is sick--as a 'full-time job'
)--right to the tourney with her.If there were any doubts about same/separate hotel rooms,she ended that suspense by getting BADLY winded in the 2nd set...indicative of too much doggy-style,for the slut-in-question,the evening prior to her match
I wouldn't call myself an Ana fan but I don't particularly dislike her either.
I believe Ana has hired her boyfriend as her hitting partner.
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