1961 ... "mmmm- gurgle"
  • BarryFackler 3y

    Rupert loved Kirsten deeply.
  • BarryFackler 3y

    For a change, Kirsten was only blowing bubbles.
  • The Fenriswolf 3y

    One last kiss before leaving her dead a** for the fishes.
  • Hello Chicago 3y

    Their house was underwater and so were they
  • Jim Hamann 3y

    Damn seaweed.....
  • scadoobadub 3y

    To try and reverse the decline in visitor numbers, the management at Seaworld decided to 'pep things up a bit'.
  • Shannon Sproule 3y

    "Your kisses are devine darling and--wait, did it just get warmer over here?"
  • Jeffrey Hollis 3y

    She seemed to be under a lot of pressure. She was deep - - said a lot of things I just couldn't fathom.
  • djwgilroy 3y

    She'd been dead a week, but she still tasted fresher than his ex-wife.
  • Kenny Mitchell 3y

    At least they are following their PADI diver training and releasing bubbles all the time from their mouths.
  • Posteriormente 3y

    a clever use of seaweeds
  • Hello Chicago 3y

    Sometimes a nipple is just a nipple.
  • Era: '51 Gone to Ipernity 3y

    Next in the series:
    The Curse of the Needlefish
  • Hello Chicago 3y

    Watch out for the snapping turtles and the Cockfish (yes, there is such a fish)
  • Michael Paul Smith 3y

    Kiss or Kill? Why not both?
    The new title could then be KILL AND KISS, which would put the novel into the sub genre of necrophillia. Hmmmmm.

    On a different note, she's wearing a real "Mae West" but it doesn't seem to be working.
  • Steven Martin 3y

    Must be the book that inspired Gabe Watson who killed his wife during their honeymoon in Australia.
  • Montgomery Gabrys 3y

    Wet dream.
  • Hello Chicago 3y

    It's true what they say, you can't get pregnant underwater.
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