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People trade with each other toys cards things they are ovf equal value in their opion trading things that no longer need for money trading get us tugs in exchange for some thing else
By Snowball URL on 09.12.2011
Trade, we trade money, trade is a important thing in the world. We trade products around the
By Damon on 09.12.2011
The word trade means that you give someone something in return of one of that persons possessions. Trading is good for swapping things you don’t need for something that you do need.
By Mwinarta on 09.12.2011
Trade is an ancient form of curinsy it is to extange an item An item of the same value
By Dillan1212 URL on 09.12.2011
I like to trade things. Trading is fun. But I hate it when people don’t give things to u when u gave something to them SCAM!
By Jay jay snacks URL on 09.12.2011
Trade a funny word everyone had a trade wheather you are funny ha ha like me or not like most of you and some people ara good dawere like me and some people are really cool like me and some people are awesome like me funny commonly I am the common denominator I guess I’m legendary
By Chicken bomb squad ! URL on 09.12.2011
My dad is a tradesman. Trade can have many different ways do be put with a word, for example from before. Trade can mean you give something to someone for good for something good. For example you can trade games, objects, food ect.
By Brock on 09.12.2011
Trade is many things. There is wood trade, tradies etc. Builders are tradies and build lots of things. Trade is in America and has been around around for thousands of years. Trade is for trading or exchanging gifts aswell as food and clothing.
By Jordan13 on 09.12.2011
Trade you can use in everything from jobs and other thing trade can be trading poke on cards and all other stuff that people get.
By Aristos URL on 09.12.2011
Trade is when people will swap their own items or goods for someone elses, trade can be for a big thing such as furniture and Cars but it can also be small like lollies and cards.
By Sam Baum URL on 09.12.2011
Hey web heads this is what i did
Getting ripped off
All thease thing have to do with TRADE
By Joelzer12 on 09.12.2011
I remember the first trade i ever made. I was sitting in the grass looking up at the sky when the neighbors daughter came skipping up. Hello she chimed as she smiled down at me, her cheeks rosy from the crisp autumn air.
By Amanda on 09.12.2011
I would like to work in the trade one day,sure it’s not the best job or the highest paying Jo b but it still Is a job.
I love building things and I am quite good at it too I built a
Longboard.☆*:.｡. o(≧▽≦)o .｡.:*☆
By Ranga on 09.12.2011
What would we do in this nation without trade?
Trade bcomes a creation towards things.
You don’t have to be rich or poor to trade.
People try there hardest to trade and to get things for themselves.
By bmeyer16 URL on 09.12.2011
Trade my dad used to work in their and I hope I get a trade job yay!,
By Jeffot URL on 09.12.2011
Trade, trade has two big meanings and the first one is simply the word trade, it’s a type of work or the other meaning is if you trade something with someone.
By Brodie on 09.12.2011
People trade things they don’t like for things they do like. This helped in living in harmony.Gradually people began to like the same thing. So it called for a more developed things. Hence business came up and has solved the problem to some extent.
By Innanje URL on 09.12.2011
A trade with the lord was a gambling move at the least. To find the key he had to make the trade, but to make the trade he had to have the key!! And his Lord Manchester wasn’t one to accept such trifling excuses. (YAY! No time! DERP!)
By Saya on 09.12.2011
trade clothes, trade stock, switch something with someone, i like trading clothes, trading places, trade between countries, trade in your car, trade!!!!!
By kenna on 09.12.2011
Trade is. Well I’ve actually already written about this word and it irritates me to no end that I wasn’t given a different one. But I’m just thinking out loud there. Back to what I’ve already written at an earlier time today; trade reminds me of old history classes where we would talk about indians trading fur coats and what not. eh. not exciting.
By Kate URL on 09.12.2011
something forever imbedded in the hands of the ship master, nothing ever will be found. left behind without a trace, into the depths of the deep black ocean, nothing growing, no one knowing. something forever embedded in the sea
By Jackie on 09.12.2011
fair trade. an ocean. a people across a sea. they produce and we as consumers dutifully consume. a fair trade. In older days, in a time where things may not have been so greedy, a fair trade was a loaf of bread for some potatoes. or something. i wouldn’t know. still, i find myself wishing money wasn’t everything, and a fair trade would consist of a smile and some good manners.
By Q URL on 09.12.2011
we all trade. we traded our lunches inkindergarten long ago we traded to live. We traded pokemon cards and we traded halloween candy. we wished t trade lives and we wished to trade love. we traded
By emily on 09.12.2011
free trade is it a good idea or a bad idea. as much research as i do i still cant make up my mind. i cant make up my mind about anything am i totally crazy. Its like i have to google everything to make a decision or take an internet personality quiz to learn who i really am. I want to trade my brain for a new one.
By She is Jane on 09.12.2011
Kendall shoved her ahead of him. “Here, take her!” he spat callously. Elizabeth turned around to look at him, a pit in her stomach and a stabbing pain in her chest.
With lascivious eyes, the man with the slicked back hair took her and held her to him. He picked up the suitcase filled with money and threw it towards Kendall. “Pleasure doing business,” he said, licking his lips.
Kendall grabbed the suitcase and Elizabeth closed her eyes, listening to his footsteps hit the pavement in quick succession as he sped away from them as fast as he could out of the alley.
By Stacey W. URL on 09.12.2011
Trading is when two people or parties agree on the exchange of items between them. Whether it be money for goods, goods for goods, or otherwise. Trading has been around since the first man used a rock as currency.
By Jesse on 09.12.2011
At that very moment she would trade her life for the boy laying in the hospital bed. She hadn’t known him long, only a few span of days but already in his hands her heart laid. She couldn’t explain how it happened. As she pondered over the last few weeks she noticed a movement out of the corner of her eye. His eyes hand blinked.
By Bri URL on 09.12.2011
I wouldn’t Trade what we had for anything in the world; not money, not a car, nothing. All I needed was him in my life and I’d be all right. I wanted security, love, and basically, just him. Anymore he was the reason I woke up everyday, he was the reason I slept with a smile on my face, and dreamt beautiful dreams every night. He was the reason for my existence and happiness. I refuse to allow anyone else to tell me otherwise.
By foost URL on 09.12.2011
I used to trade pokemon cards when I was a kid. It was a lot of fun. I remember how excited I would get about going to Pokemon tournaments and getting my ass kicked. And I always did get my ass kicked. But it was still something I could look forward to all week…I loved mingling with my fellow Pokemon nerds. Those people are great people! Always fun to socialize with. Good times!
By Ian on 09.12.2011
trade with someone that is talking about yoursef but you dont give a damn about it, trade your love with that person that is so special for you but she doesnt give a fuck like you dont give a damn of the person that istalking about you, karma is a bitch!
By salvador on 09.12.2011
Give, take, share. Never keeping what’s your own. Always and never having something call your own for you shall have to give it away again. Like love. Love you never keep but you always give and rarely receive.
By Najahla on 09.12.2011
I trade was unfair. I felt bad talking up the car when I knew that it was a deuce. The salesman surveyed the shiny red sports car with dollar signs in his eyes. Now here I sit hoping the damn thing starts when he goes to start the engine.
By Fender2010 URL on 09.12.2011
how old people used to make money and live
one gives one gets
first way of living
By Jacqueline on 09.12.2011
You trade my love for lies,
you traded my heart for variety
you traded my kindness for his roughness
Now I trade my pain for release.
By Brandon Adams URL on 09.12.2011
To trade is to give something to someone in exchange for something someone else is giving away. For example, I traded John this pencil for his sharpener. In trading there are no give backs.
By Shannara Ames on 09.12.2011
trade…something i love to do. trading doesn’t have to do with money, it’s simple, easy and a great way to get something you want mutually with someone else. this way of living is something i would love to do. why can’t we all trade and not buy material goods?
By Patrick URL on 09.12.2011
I would never trade my life for another. It may not be the easiest to deal with and it may not be lavish by any means…but it’s my life. Someday it’ll be perfect in my eyes, and even then I won’t want to trade, but maybe others will.
By Elaine on 09.12.2011
What a day I’d never trade and what I gave is all I made and that’s enough walk the hot streets home and lay down in bed and turn off the phone.
By Kiera URL on 09.12.2011
free trade screws people over. but I always liked trading friendship bracelets.
although I only want one thing i’d trade anything to be with him. I feel he’s led me on and i feel as though he has betrayed me. he’s used me. i’d trade my car to have him. anything for him. he doesn’t know it, but i’d give my life for him.
By anna outhavong on 09.12.2011
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