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Unread postby Pigeon Valley » 3 July 2019, 03:23

Well I found out I was gay, which is a pretty major thing! :lol:

What about you do you think will never change regardless of any circumstances?
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Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 3 July 2019, 03:35

Loving twinks.


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Unread postby Prince_G_24 » 13 July 2019, 04:29

1. Not sure what it's called, but it's some sort of octopus stew some Portuguese family friends of mine make. It's on the spicy side and I'm normally an absolute pussy when it comes to spicy food, but it's so good I'll gladly deal with the discomfort.

2. Chicken korma. 99.9% of the time I will turn down chicken in favor of any other protein, but it's one chicken dish that I could continuously eat and not get tired of.

3. Mango tango sushi roll. I'm an absolute slut for sushi.



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Unread postby Jzone » 13 July 2019, 05:59

Tango. (Which is kinda funny, since 'mango tango' was part of your last answer.) I love ballroom dance: salsa, swing, cha-cha, rhumba, waltz, etc. As far as I'm concerned, dance is a culturally acceptable form of foreplay.

Tango, however, is a totally alien form of dance for me. It just doesn't happen often enough in my community for me to learn and progress. I will swing and waltz to put guys half my age to shame, but tango is a mystery. I remain up to the challenge, in any case. Bring it.

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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Subra » 30 August 2019, 14:18

The inpermanence of happiness; general decay.

How old were you when you had your first sexual experience with another person?
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Unread postby NvM » 30 August 2019, 16:06

Happiness; you have to work at it. Best effort goes sideways some times.

i was 20 4that first sexual experience with another person.
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Capt._Trips » 1 September 2019, 16:12

16.

Do you like cilantro?
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Unread postby Subra » 1 September 2019, 17:04

Only when ground and cooked, I am one of those people for whom fresh coriander tastes soapy.

Can you curl your tongue?
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Unread postby lightnight » 10 September 2019, 20:00

Yeah. I mean, not multiple curls like some people can, but I can roll it.

What's the oldest piece of clothing that you own and still use?
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Unread postby mxguy01 » 11 September 2019, 00:17

Still use - I have a bunch of tee shirts and a few are from I'd say as far as 10 years back now. Prior to that everything was either too large, too worn out or simply I ditched many things in the process. As a side note I do have a pair of ski pants that I've yet to pitch. They go back to my early 20's so they are near 36ish years old. I had a one-piece ski suit I finally ditched about a year ago because when I picked it up the fabric was dry rotted. How the other one is surviving is beyond me as it is older.

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Unread postby Capt._Trips » 11 September 2019, 01:00

Older. I feel like my clothes change to fit me over time. I mean it's always nice to go out with a brand new outfit on. But comfort wise i i prefer clothes ive already owned.

What are 5 word's that best describe you?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Yeauxleaux » 11 September 2019, 08:07

Generous
Unpredictable
Stubborn
Lazy (sometimes)
Vain

Same question haha
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Unread postby mxguy01 » 11 September 2019, 15:46

honest
caring
hurting
resilient
detached
^ what a combination. I did lead with honest.

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Unread postby Bookmark » 11 September 2019, 21:27

Thoughtful
Quiet
Introverted
Impulsive
Trustworthy

Do you have any Irrational fears or phobias?
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Unread postby Yeauxleaux » 12 September 2019, 13:33

I have quite a weird one, I'm terrified of tall buildings. I can't even stand being on the ground near them, in fact being outside of one is more anxiety-inducing than being inside and not being able to see the full scale of the building.

It's weird because I'm not scared of heights generally. You can put me on a mountain or the edge of a cliff and I'm not only calm, I actually love the view.

What is your favourite scent?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby mxguy01 » 12 September 2019, 22:33

Oh that one's easy - Guy.

Same question which is kinda unfair after that answer.
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Capt._Trips » 12 September 2019, 22:51

I love the smell of the morning sun suavitel. Its one of the best detergent smells ever.

What color do you have the most of in your wardrobe?
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Unread postby Yeauxleaux » 12 September 2019, 23:49

Oh god - this is funny because I actually noticed about a year ago, probably 2/3 of my wardrobe was some shade of blue. Of the remaining 1/3, probably half was quite a specific reddish-purple wine/plum colour and the rest was just black, grey or white.

I think I just gravitated to those colours because I liked them, then blue just became comfortable as like a signature colour.

This year I've tried to get more experimental with different colours, and it is slowly getting more varied. I've also noticed I look pretty good in autumn colours.

Is your style more casual or more dressed up?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 13 September 2019, 01:09

Victor_Laszlo wrote:I love the smell of the morning sun suavitel. Its one of the best detergent smells ever.

What are you, Mexican?




Getting back to the OT...

Yeauxleaux wrote:Is your style more casual or more dressed up?

Casual. I have to dress up to work and it’s obnoxious. Male business attire needs to modernize to account for extremely hot weather.


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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby mxguy01 » 13 September 2019, 04:40

poolerboy0077 wrote:
Victor_Laszlo wrote:I love the smell of the morning sun suavitel. Its one of the best detergent smells ever.

What are you, Mexican?




Getting back to the OT...

Yeauxleaux wrote:Is your style more casual or more dressed up?

Casual. I have to dress up to work and it’s obnoxious. Male business attire needs to modernize to account for extremely hot weather.


What is your favorite beach destination and why?


Seriously, they make you dress up to do field work in your profession?

Back to the thread:
Beach that is at a high elevation lake. I prefer fresh water over salt water and the higher the elevation, the cleaner the water.

What do you like to do most outdoors? What do you like to do most indoors?
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