Wednesday, March 29, 2006 Identity

Main Entry: iden·ti·ty

Inflected Form(s): plural -tiesEtymology: Middle French identité, from Late Latin identitat-, identitas, probably from Latin identidem repeatedly, contraction of idem et idem, literally, same and same

1 a : sameness of essential or generic character in different instances
1 b : sameness in all that constitutes the objective reality of a thing :

2: any excuse to post more water fowl, real or imaginary; 2, 1 or no legged.


  1. Brilliant! I'm the one with the red streak on her cheek.

  2. u see me?
    do u see me?
    i am the one on the far
    the one in yellow and red lips...u see me???

    nah..i dont think so...u r short-sighted

  3. CB: It's Billstick.

    ginnie: thanks.

    zb: I see you all right. You red billed yellow devil.

    jmd: ?rorriM ,mmmmH

  4. First place as eye candy with this? Did you have to pay or sleep with someone? :)

  5. Congratulations on first place at!