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Heh heh. I had a similar interpretation and wondered why he was so violent with his love making...and with men!
Nothing wrong with having sex with men.
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Now just tell me you couldn't be creative with a setup like this Chall!


All the luxury is one thing but pole dancers as well?!?!?! Man, that's living. Have you got mirrors on the ceiling too?
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Nah...that whole mirror thing is so 70's Andre...web cams...that's the ticket! Charge admission and cruise forever! Of course not everyone has a body like mine...but you could work on it!
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Of course not everyone has a body like mine...but you could work on it!
OK, pass the beer and burgers. And I need some pork rinds to go with it, maybe a tub or three of ice cream, and some chocolate cake, and . . .
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Can't wait for spring, and get back on the boat. Gotta love variety!!!
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If a visual inspection turns up a bottom covered in osmosis before you pay, stay away..... or atleast cover up and go to work!
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I have read all 18 pages of this thread with great interest. I had no idea you could have sex on a boat. Now I have a reason to go sailing!
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HA HA HA - I sure wouldn't admit to that one,
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