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I think this remark comes from "chiringa", as you probably know, means kite in some countries. The kite flies wherever the wind blows it, just like a floosie goes with any man she pleases. Now I'm going to sleep, good night.
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the neighborhood floosie
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teju Local time: 23:16 Works in field Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in category: 30