It was a gorgeous surprise, all that breast she’d been hiding under her crisp tailored shirts.”But then that was what he thought of Eve in general that she was hiding a whole lot of woman under the attitude. It was a thought that had intrigued him more than once as he’d seen her typing furiously on her smartphone, clipboard tucked under her arm. What would it be like to see every inch of her naked body, to get her to totally come undone.”The passage provides a sneak preview of the type of saucy literature Google artificial intelligence engine could be churning out in the years to come.allMost ReadMost RecentTikTokTeens warned not to eat ‘pill’ inside pregnancy tests in dangerous TikTok trendThe latest trend on TikTok sees teens eating the ‘pill’ inside Clearblue pregnancy tests, amid claims it’s the contraceptive pillTinder hack lets you see who has liked you without paying for upgradeTinderIf you’ve ever missed a potential Tinder match, there’s a sneaky way you can go back and take a look for freePeople are convinced a robber emoji exists but experts explain the truthemojiThere are currently over 3,300 emoji in the Unicode Consortium, and it seems that many emoji users are convinced that a robber character is one of them.
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34. 54228 Approving the Collaboration Agreement between the City of Madison and the Madison Public Market Foundation, providing a $250,000 grant to the Madison Public Market Foundation, and directing staff to move forward with creating an operating agreement and lease. Note: Public Market Development Committee will take up this item on Jan 15..
Whether or not crowds will be smaller or if sales will be down is yet to be seen. But a recent survey of shoppers done by Deloitte gives a small hint: As many as 38% of shoppers plan to spend less money, partly out of concern for economic stability and a desire to save more. And while people feel more comfortable shopping online, according to the survey, they will probably spend about 7% less this year per household..