Amount of texts to »glove« 28, and there are 24 texts (85.71%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 153 Characters
Average Rating 1.179 points, 5 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 12th 2000, 23:31:58 wrote
gertrude about glove
Latest text on May 16th 2009, 20:41:56 wrote
stargazer* about glove
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on Jun 5th 2006, 03:15:23 wrote
kim kandravy about glove

on Nov 9th 2000, 20:29:36 wrote
Ville about glove

on Aug 21st 2006, 22:39:09 wrote
ginea about glove

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Texts to »Glove«

stargazer* wrote on May 16th 2009, 20:41:56 about

glove

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»Gloves are perfect

After removing items with sharp edges from the Hubble telescope, the spacewalker confirmed that the capture unit had been successful in protecting him.

steve wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 22:06:17 about

glove

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My mom always told me she had to wear gloves all the time when she was growing up. I remember thinking it must have been a lot colder then.

machinist wrote on Jan 28th 2001, 05:09:06 about

glove

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in an alternate universe, gloves obtain hands that fit into them. they usually choose children's hands, because they take a lot of time to grow out of the glove, and gloves do not just want to throw away a perfectly good hand. a glove will often trade hands with another glove if its own hand is getting too large for it. this way, no hand is wasted, and no glove is left empty. the glove/hand relationship is a symbiotic one, where the glove feeds off of dead skin cells, and the hand is kept warm and comfortable. the glove is sustained indefinitely, while the hand is given a pleasant place to stay. in this way, the glove/hand relationship is mutually beneficial and is one of the true wonders of the natural world.

LyndaC wrote on Apr 13th 2000, 06:18:29 about

glove

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Sock – a glove for the opposite end.

machinist wrote on Jan 28th 2001, 05:08:21 about

glove

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in an alternate universe, gloves obtain hands that fit into them. they usually choose children's hands, because they take a lot of time to grow out of the glove, and gloves do not just want to throw away a perfectly good hand. a glove will often trade hands with another glove if its own hand is getting too large for it. this way, no hand is wasted, and no glove is left empty. the glove/hand relationship is a symbiotic one, where the glove feeds off of dead skin cells, and the hand is kept warm and comfortable. the glove is sustained indefinitely, while the hand is given a pleasant place to stay. in this way, the glove/hand relationship is mutually beneficial and is one of the true wonders of the natural world.

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