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Part of the project team were from the US so I was having frequent conference calls from Brazil to the US using a Finnish SIM card, and this was back in the day where roaming charges were not regulated in any way shape or form.
dating a man from the country Needless to say my phone bill was sky high, but that was fine as my boss knew exactly what I was using the phone for.
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He literally went pale, looked at the stack of tickets he had to his disposal, looked up at me again with look of despair and said: “I don’t think I have enough tickets”.
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I couldn’t with good conscience take any tickets, but I got a good laugh out of it and a great story to tell 🙂
http://hosnaboen.no/?misoloie=online-dating-tjeneste&ac6=cd Greetings from a proud ex-Nokian 1999-2006