Amount of texts to »Tomorrow« 59, and there are 56 texts (94.92%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 141 Characters
Average Rating 2.644 points, 11 Not rated texts
First text on Mar 28th 2000, 05:46:16 wrote
James Bond about Tomorrow
Latest text on Aug 16th 2007, 18:15:14 wrote
Friedie about Tomorrow
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(overall: 11)

on Jun 14th 2007, 13:07:31 wrote
Juliana about Tomorrow

on Sep 19th 2003, 16:43:35 wrote
elfboi about Tomorrow

on Jul 31st 2005, 15:32:12 wrote
nope about Tomorrow

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Texts to »Tomorrow«

Nils wrote on Jan 14th 2001, 04:11:20 about


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Today is the tomorrow you were worrying about yesterday.

lil monkey wrote on Feb 9th 2001, 22:40:19 about


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Never really arrives, does it? Tomorrow.

ozgrrl wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 21:22:16 about


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Oh, I'm always completely optimistic about tomorrow – apart from those days when something Very Important is set down for Tomorrow and I'm nervous about it. Still, even then you know that tomorrow is just another day, and there will be another one after the scary one, right?

Idat wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 00:06:45 about


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It's coming. Round the bend. Can you feel it?

It might love you, if you let it. it might be a threat. Either way, you can't know what it is, though like a weather forcaster you might make an educated guess.

Sixty percent chance of work crisis, two percent chance of falling in love, thirty-three percent chance of sex. fifty percent likely that the cat will throw up on your paperwork. eight percent chance of a miracle occurring.

Perhaps it'll rain, maybe you'll take a walk and get a sandwich. How likely is it that you'll decide tomorrow that your yesterday which right now is today isn't good enough for you? half a percent? ninety percent? Does it matter that your mother might call?

Hang on. It only gets better from here.

Georgie wrote on Mar 28th 2000, 07:52:00 about


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Tomorrow is the day after today, which means, it's in the future and I can still sleep.

Babylon 69 wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 20:14:14 about


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Tomorrow is a demon which haunts us at every passage. A large part of our being only exists aa a tenous probability. All the alternative tommorrows of which we never were. Virtual memories torment our unremembered dreams.

Reginald wrote on Jul 29th 2004, 22:42:32 about


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Tomorrow – the day after today.

Candice wrote on Nov 8th 2001, 09:01:45 about


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I'm still waiting for the tomorrow that never comes.

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