Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by bird_migration, Apr 8, 2013.
Who will be the next queen of pop?
Are you mainlining PCP again?
In normal English, what does that mean?
I didn't know Cher was dead...I don't think she is...please correct me if I'm wrong...
It's all over the news that Cher is dead.
I just googled this and found out that the twitter hashtag #nowthatcherisdead caused this confusion.
Now thatcher is dead, not
now that cher is dead
Oh I missed something.I haven't seen the news today.I'll take a look.I like that song of her's "Do You believe In Life After Love".I think Imogen Heap will be the new queen of Pop.Maybe Cher will be the new prime minister of England.
Are you shooting up PCP once more?
If you mean if I am doing drugs I can say negative to that.
I don't do drugs.
Phencyclidine (a complex clip of the chemical name 1-(1-phenylcyclohexyl)piperidine), commonly initialized as PCP and known colloquially as angel dust, KJ (kristal joint), illy, or wet, is a recreational dissociative drug. Formerly used as an anesthetic agent, PCP exhibits hallucinogenic effects.
I thought Madonna was the Queen of pop? Or is it Lady Gaga?
You might want to consider starting...
I started a long time ago and tried most everything, but now I am a responsible adult.
As far as I know Cher is still alive , Margret Thatcher died last night . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cher_Bono http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_thatcher
Right, Cher is not dead. How about some fact-checking, people!
april bellows, is quite alive and well, or was the last time i ah, well, i mean, she is getting along in years and all that, just like the rest of us. maggy thatcher is dead, as of sometime within the last day as i write this. i don't know of any connection, but possibly that may have been the source of confusion.
It was supposed to be a joke.
Who is cher ???
From what I have scene of him , he has an attitude problem .
as far as i know, this was already covered. how about reading the thread, people!
from what i've seen of cher, so does she.
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