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en·tan·gle  (n-tnggl)
tr.v. en·tan·gled, en·tan·gling, en·tan·gles

1. To twist together or entwine into a confusing mass; snarl.
2. To complicate; confuse.
3. To involve in or as if in a tangle.


Yes, twist me, entwine me, complicate me…
… but never let go.

6 Comments Post a comment
  1. You’re scaring me now! hehehehe
    Mare meua quin cap de setmana m’espera!

    September 23, 2011
  2. OK, this looks twisted, S! please don’t tell me it’s Arthur’s cock, all tied up!




    September 24, 2011
    • No is not 😀
      is just my whacked thoughts, that get entangled… Vivid imagination, l have!

      September 29, 2011
  3. I like this. The other side of entangled is the tie that binds. Oftentimes when a ball of twine gets too entangled, we simply cut our losses and use a pair of scidsord. So what if we simply leave the mess of a twine alone?

    September 24, 2011
    • WOW, sub… that was some comment 🙂 it actually made me think really, because l was aiming to something like that – and then my thoughts for all messed up…

      l wish l could leave the twine alone… but not, that is not me!
      he he 😛

      September 29, 2011

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