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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Tony » 23 January 2016, 11:54

I would also love to meet you one day too Joey! :3


Back on topic, that was a really tough question. I'm going with the first thing that came to mind which is I would sing Ellie Goulding's version of Your Song.

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Unread postby Commander » 23 January 2016, 12:00

I have this little book about the vicious "Leopard Mouse" that my Grandfather wrote and illustrated for me. It's old AF and in a file for protection, but he drew it for me before my sister was even born and it was finished mere months before he died.

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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Joey90 » 24 January 2016, 23:33

Tony wrote:I would also love to meet you one day too Joey! :3



Awhh :hug: ditto.
I might actually be in London in May to visit Josh, just saying. :keke:

I honestly can't recall any humiliating family experiences so I'm going to leave that one up to the next one.
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby elysea » 30 January 2016, 17:10

Commander wrote:What's your most humiliating family experience (that you're willing to talk about?


Oh dear. When I was a wee kiddo (seven), I was obsessed with my dad's camcorder (it was one of those huge late 90's ones with a full size VHS tape). Now, I wasn't allowed to touch it, but I remembered begging my dad to film me doing all sorts of things. So one day, I asked him to film me doing a tour of our house. For whatever f*cked up reason, when I got to the bathroom I looked at the camera and said "and this is the toilet." I sat down and said "Here's how mommy go pee," completed with "pssss" sound. Then I stood up and again looked at the camera, and said "and here's how daddy goes pee," then pulled my dick out of my pants, held it with both hands, and shook it around like a garden hose. The worst part was that is was on tape, so for many years my family would pop the tape into the VCR so they could laugh. :facepalm2:

Now, on to my question: have you cheated on boyfriend/girlfriend/husband/wife? If so, do elaborate. :D
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Unread postby Tony » 31 January 2016, 11:30

Nope, and I don't think I will ever cheat.

If you had to choose to live without one of your five senses, which one would you give up?



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Tony wrote:I would also love to meet you one day too Joey! :3



Awhh  :hug: ditto.
I might actually be in London in May to visit Josh, just saying. :keke: 

‎If you're in London, I would definitely be up for meeting up with you.

I'm sure loads of other members‎ from the UK would like to meet you, so perhaps I could organise another London meetup :3 if you're up for it!

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Unread postby c1ask0 » 31 January 2016, 14:45

If I had to I'd give up my sense of smell. It's probably the least important and, if anything, it tempts me too much when I smell vinegar on chips. :lol:

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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Tony » 1 February 2016, 00:03

If I had to, I rather live somewhere that was windy than perpetually raining.

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Unread postby Lucas » 1 February 2016, 04:03

Blue with hints of green


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Unread postby Sherri » 1 February 2016, 05:33

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert Heinlein.

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Unread postby c1ask0 » 1 February 2016, 08:38

Berlin! I've wanted to visit for a while now.

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Unread postby Agent47 » 1 February 2016, 08:45

Spanish because it could prove useful here in Florida due to the large Spanish speaking population.

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Unread postby Tony » 1 February 2016, 14:12

No I haven't.

What's your natural hair colour?
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Unread postby Ko » 1 February 2016, 23:23

Black. Can possibly argue that it is very very very dark brown.

What's your favorite type of guy?
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Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 2 February 2016, 02:59

Ko wrote:Black. Can possibly argue that it is very very very dark brown.

What's your favorite type of guy?

Bieber and twinks who resemble him

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Unread postby CrownedClown » 2 February 2016, 21:32

poolerboy0077 wrote:
Ko wrote:Black. Can possibly argue that it is very very very dark brown.

What's your favorite type of guy?

Bieber and twinks who resemble him

What's your most embarrassing fart story?
This one time, after douching with mint tea, I farted and it smelt so fresh that some guy thought I had mints and asked for one.

What is the most fucked up thing you've ever been sent on a dating/hookup site or app?
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Unread postby Lucas » 2 February 2016, 23:07

On Hornet, said "Hey what's up?" to a guy. His first response "shut up and suck my dick, you speak when spoken to." Mind you his profile said he was 5'5, 19 years old, and 135 lbs. I'm 6'1, 26 years old, and 175 lbs. So I had to see where this was going. I asked him what he's into, he declared "I'm into indiscriminate sex with men in public, show me your dick" and from there it escalated into what I can only describe as either some genius level satire, or this guy was absolutely insane. Had a fun little back and forth messaging with him for a few hours, and while I'm still uncertain, I'm pretty sure it's the latter.


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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Tony » 2 February 2016, 23:49

Sure, I don't really like mints.

What is the nicest thing anybody has said about you?.
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Unread postby Nostalgia » 5 February 2016, 05:27

"I couldn't live without you" said from my best friend.

Do you like chocolate mint candies?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Tony » 5 February 2016, 09:45

I don't mind them.

If you could master one skill you don’t have right now, what would it be?
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Re: Ask the person below you a question

Unread postby Commander » 5 February 2016, 09:59

Tony wrote:If you could master one skill you don’t have right now, what would it be?

Magic. :shifty:
But if that doesn't work then I guess I'll settle for something arty like drawing/painting so I can use it to make lots of money.

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