Amount of texts to »Greyhound« 24, and there are 21 texts (87.50%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 148 Characters
Average Rating 2.250 points, 4 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 12th 2000, 21:02:56 wrote
Groggy groove about Greyhound
Latest text on May 27th 2004, 20:46:54 wrote
B Starr about Greyhound
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on Dec 22nd 2001, 18:52:50 wrote
dave about Greyhound

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on Feb 20th 2001, 23:17:53 wrote
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MissGriff wrote on Mar 27th 2001, 21:43:50 about

Greyhound

Rating: 22 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Greyhounds are like lightning come to life- flashes of electricity. Watching one run is like watching an angel work, and when they stop and come up to you for attention it's like cuddling a ghost, their silvery grey fur damp with sweat.
They are beauty in dog form, slender, sleek and graceful. I've only met one before, but it made such an impression on me I had to write here.

Jeff wrote on May 8th 2000, 07:49:51 about

Greyhound

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The secret to a good trip on Greyhound: Sit next to a foreigner or an old woman. The worst that can happen is you'll have a story to tell later.

angrynerd wrote on Apr 20th 2000, 10:24:57 about

Greyhound

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When we get on the bus in New Haven, the girl in the seat behind us is singing:
»It's a small world after all! Iiiit's a smaaaaal woooorld aaaaafter aaaaall!«
About 60 miles of Interstate 95 later, we're well over an hour and a half into our trip and about a thousand choruses into the song--a thousand identical choruses, that is. By this time the performance has shifted from a traditionally melodic song into a rythmic chant:
»It's ... a small ... world ... af ... ter all
Two hours later when we get off the bus in Providence, it goes without saying that we will take the train back and that we will never, ever set foot in a Greyhound bus again.

sea-ridge wrote on Apr 21st 2000, 05:56:05 about

Greyhound

Rating: 6 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Greyhound. »That'll be cash on the barrelhead, Son. This old grey dog is paid to runGreyhound is the choice of the thrifty, & of those with time and a dislike of aeroplanes, & of those without pretensions, & of those who wish to interrupt their travel whenever it pleases them.

Oswaldo wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 23:47:54 about

Greyhound

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Let me see the greyhound in the heart...as Roy Clark has seen it...bound up with God and loss and the epic of the self concealing love from itself.

Mazzy wrote on Sep 8th 2000, 18:03:49 about

Greyhound

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I've been thinking recently that I'd like to go to the dogs; not necessarily because I imagine that I'd enjoy the experience. It's just that it would probably be one.

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