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JEZUS!!!!,
Whats with all the man love???
He's an ass!!!!!!
Most man fall in love with asses....don't they??

Hey guys...give Sailortjk some ass loving too

He needs some butt loving....
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If I don't pick on you, who's going to??

Sailortjk, who else????
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Welcome back Giu. I do have to admit though . . . you're weirding out a bit too far off the scale of my comfort meter.
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Welcome back Giu. I do have to admit though . . . you're weirding out a bit too far off the scale of my comfort meter.
Yes...I agree sounds weird...sorry....must have been the translation

I was refering to women, not man, obviously
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Yes...I agree sounds weird...sorry....must have been the translation

I was refering to women, not man, obviously
Phew. Actually according to Ms Wombat it's the wimmin who fall for the asses !!

If you are going to lust after someone elses ass then beware of God's retribution. There's something in the ten commandments about not covetting your neghbour's wife's ass.
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TDW- Did you just call yourself an Ass??? In that case, I agree wholeheartedly...and would add that you're full of crap.
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TDW- Did you just call yourself an Ass??? In that case, I agree wholeheartedly...and would add that you're full of crap.

Oi ! Honestly, a rodent gets no respect around here. Just cos I'm somewhat fuzzy, apparently fluffy and from the photographic evidence a cheap drunk does not mean liberties may be taken. Watch yourself, Ok ? A Wombat's Wrath is not something to be taken lightly.

Anyway, no I didn't, she did, and does, often. Damn woman would fit in around here.

I think I'm off for a quiet sulk.
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Well Giu, did you sail that far indeed to deserve the Bartolomeu Dias' kind of reception you enjoy now on this forum?
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