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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby PopTart » 27 June 2019, 11:55

Marmaduke wrote:Shopping for jeans is usually my least favourite thing in the world, but today I’ve realised that I’m officially down to a 30 inch waist. I don’t remember ever being a 30 inch waist.

Do you wear Jean's alot? I used to, but they never make the kinds of cuts I like, it's all skinny Jean's and slim fit.

Boot cut and straight line you can come by, but they dont put any effort into those cuts anymore, they all look tha same.

Well done though Marmie, all lithe and svelt now :thumbsup:

Pretty sure this calls for an updated contribution to the dick pics thread, so we can marvel at you new waistline and what resides beneath it :D
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 27 June 2019, 12:43

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Marmaduke wrote:Shopping for jeans is usually my least favourite thing in the world, but today I’ve realised that I’m officially down to a 30 inch waist. I don’t remember ever being a 30 inch waist.

Do you wear Jean's alot? I used to, but they never make the kinds of cuts I like, it's all skinny Jean's and slim fit.

Boot cut and straight line you can come by, but they dont put any effort into those cuts anymore, they all look tha same.

Yeah, jeans are my go-to casual wear. I don’t think tracksuits/sweatpants suit me very well and I’ve never liked shorts. I know what you mean about fit though, it’s why I hate it so jeans shopping so much. Skinny and slim are not for me, I don’t have the body shape for it. I usually go for just a relatively close straight cut. I’m not averse to a boot cut, they just always seem way too baggy in the crotch and thighs. I usually end up at Next, I can pretty reliably find something I don’t hate there, and their jeans are pretty cheap for the quality.

PopTart wrote:Well done though Marmie, all lithe and svelt now :


Aw, thanks. Not sure I’m quite at lithe yet, but I’m doing well and feeling good about it.

PopTart wrote:Pretty sure this calls for an updated contribution to the dick pics thread, so we can marvel at you new waistline and what resides beneath it :D


I fear your time in the hospital has afforded you less...personal time...than you need :lol: Besides, losing weight has done nothing to bring in my womanly, child-bearing hips, so I never really take dick pictures that would show off my weight loss anyway. Though he is looking at his best lately, not gonna lie. After a little manscaping recently even I took a moment to think to myself “wow, my dick is definitely looking notably bigger”.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby mxguy01 » 27 June 2019, 15:08

Manscaping can do that, especially if that area is like a tropical forest that keeps on growing back.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 27 June 2019, 15:21

mxguy01 wrote:Manscaping can do that, especially if that area is like a tropical forest that keeps on growing back.

Oh I’ve manscaped before. To one extent or another, I like to keep the garden looking presentable. I don’t share Brenden’s fervent passion for the untouched nature preserve.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby mxguy01 » 27 June 2019, 15:46

Marmaduke wrote:
mxguy01 wrote:Manscaping can do that, especially if that area is like a tropical forest that keeps on growing back.

Oh I’ve manscaped before. To one extent or another, I like to keep the garden looking presentable. I don’t share Brenden’s fervent passion for the untouched nature preserve.


Manscaping is an art that is lost upon many... XD

But seriously, not too much, not too little is my approach, and to each their own.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Brenden » 27 June 2019, 16:01

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mxguy01 wrote:Manscaping can do that, especially if that area is like a tropical forest that keeps on growing back.

Oh I’ve manscaped before. To one extent or another, I like to keep the garden looking presentable. I don’t share Brenden’s fervent passion for the untouched nature preserve.

I am all for well-managed forests in the nether regions!
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby PopTart » 27 June 2019, 18:32

Marmaduke wrote:I fear your time in the hospital has afforded you less...personal time...than you need :lol: Besides, losing weight has done nothing to bring in my womanly, child-bearing hips, so I never really take dick pictures that would show off my weight loss anyway. [b]Though he is looking at his best lately, not gonna lie. After a little manscaping recently even I took a moment to think to myself “wow, my dick is definitely looking notably bigger”.[b]

Tis true! You got me! :D

But now your just being a tease!
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 27 June 2019, 21:27

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mxguy01 wrote:Manscaping can do that, especially if that area is like a tropical forest that keeps on growing back.

Oh I’ve manscaped before. To one extent or another, I like to keep the garden looking presentable. I don’t share Brenden’s fervent passion for the untouched nature preserve.

I am all for well-managed forests in the nether regions!

That’s an excellent name for René’s crotch! :awesome:
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 27 June 2019, 21:30

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mxguy01 wrote:Manscaping can do that, especially if that area is like a tropical forest that keeps on growing back.

Oh I’ve manscaped before. To one extent or another, I like to keep the garden looking presentable. I don’t share Brenden’s fervent passion for the untouched nature preserve.

I am all for well-managed forests in the nether regions!

That’s an excellent name for René’s crotch! :awesome:

Omg. My mind is blown.

Henceforth, so shall it be named.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Victor_Laszlo » 28 June 2019, 00:50

My dad is coming home from the hospital tomorrow. This was his second trip in the past month. Both times they said he had pneumonia. He's been fighting the lung cancer for a long time now. Just hope he doesnt get sick again. Im not sure if they are gonna resume the chemo or not. They did a swallow test today to see if him drinking things was causing it or not.

But im just happy he's getting to go home.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby erti » 28 June 2019, 02:34

Victor_Laszlo wrote:My dad is coming home from the hospital tomorrow. This was his second trip in the past month. Both times they said he had pneumonia. He's been fighting the lung cancer for a long time now. Just hope he doesnt get sick again. Im not sure if they are gonna resume the chemo or not. They did a swallow test today to see if him drinking things was causing it or not.

But im just happy he's getting to go home.


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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby rogonandi » 28 June 2019, 02:39

I’m sitting on the sectional right now. It’s very large and Greg has the wheels going in his head on how it’s going to go in the living room. I think it looks fine. :)
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Victor_Laszlo » 28 June 2019, 02:49

erti wrote:
Victor_Laszlo wrote:My dad is coming home from the hospital tomorrow. This was his second trip in the past month. Both times they said he had pneumonia. He's been fighting the lung cancer for a long time now. Just hope he doesnt get sick again.

Im not sure if they are gonna resume the chemo or not. They did a swallow test today to see if him drinking things was causing it or not.

But im just happy he's getting to go home.


:hug:


Thanks Jess. It really means alot.

The doctor originally said he thought the chemo was making him sick. But. The swallow test showed its all ending up in his lungs. He's been on a feeding tube for a few years now.
But still tried to drink coffee in the morning and sports drinks during the day.

The doctor's told him to only get food and now fluids through the feeding tube only.

My dad is the best most kickass guy id ever meant.

To see him so weak hurts so much. But in my mind his weakest is my best.

Thanks again Jess
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby erti » 28 June 2019, 09:00

Victor_Laszlo wrote:
erti wrote:
Victor_Laszlo wrote:My dad is coming home from the hospital tomorrow. This was his second trip in the past month. Both times they said he had pneumonia. He's been fighting the lung cancer for a long time now. Just hope he doesnt get sick again.

Im not sure if they are gonna resume the chemo or not. They did a swallow test today to see if him drinking things was causing it or not.

But im just happy he's getting to go home.


:hug:


Thanks Jess. It really means alot.

The doctor originally said he thought the chemo was making him sick. But. The swallow test showed its all ending up in his lungs. He's been on a feeding tube for a few years now.
But still tried to drink coffee in the morning and sports drinks during the day.

The doctor's told him to only get food and now fluids through the feeding tube only.

My dad is the best most kickass guy id ever meant.

To see him so weak hurts so much. But in my mind his weakest is my best.

Thanks again Jess


Your dad sounds like a strong man. When I thought my stepdad had lung cancer (before we found out it was lymphoma) I looked up survival rates for lung cancer and it wasn't pretty. I was scared I'd lose someone who treated me more like a father than my own father. I can only imagine how you feel right now with your father being as ill as he is. It's tough. I recently lost a friend to cancer as well. Cancer is a scary illness. You don't know what's going to happen and how it'll progress. Along with doing chemo/radiation which can make a person physically weak and ill. It's not easy taking care of a cancer patient either. watching them suffer and there's nothing you can do. When my stepdad was actively sick it was my youngest sister and my mom taking care of him at home. with chemo and radiation, with surgeries while I was running off to live my life (and failed). I know you're trying to look at it as positive as possible but it's ok to cry and be emotional about it. It's ok to feel like it's unfair. it's ok just to feel bad sometimes because holding it in and running away from it is only going to hurt you in the long run.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby PopTart » 28 June 2019, 15:29

Victor_Laszlo wrote:
erti wrote:
Victor_Laszlo wrote:My dad is coming home from the hospital tomorrow. This was his second trip in the past month. Both times they said he had pneumonia. He's been fighting the lung cancer for a long time now. Just hope he doesnt get sick again.

Im not sure if they are gonna resume the chemo or not. They did a swallow test today to see if him drinking things was causing it or not.

But im just happy he's getting to go home.


:hug:


Thanks Jess. It really means alot.

The doctor originally said he thought the chemo was making him sick. But. The swallow test showed its all ending up in his lungs. He's been on a feeding tube for a few years now.
But still tried to drink coffee in the morning and sports drinks during the day.

The doctor's told him to only get food and now fluids through the feeding tube only.

My dad is the best most kickass guy id ever meant.

To see him so weak hurts so much. But in my mind his weakest is my best.

Thanks again Jess

Sorry, I couldnt crop the quote as I'm on my phone and medicated, fine motor co teol eludes me.

Ita good to hear your dad is still fighting! And that he is getting to come home, I hope you get some quality family time with him.

As to his seeming weak right now, I get how hard that must be for you to see, but you know what? Considering how much your dad has been through and how long he has been fighting this, I'd say that although he might have the appearance of being a shadow of his younger fitter self, it's also a testament to his endurance and tenacity, if you can, when you see him looking frail, remind yourself he is one fighty motherfucker, a lesser man would have given in by now!

Does the family get together when he comes.out of hospital?
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby mxguy01 » 28 June 2019, 17:28

Was at the MX track yesterday with my friend. He's really my best friend I can trust and count on.

My clutch cable snapped after the first moto. My buddy let me ride his for a few laps so I could get some time in. We both have shared our bikes before because it's nice to try out other bikes. Then again you only let someone ride your bike that you trust. Rule being, you break it, you get it fixed.

Anyways as I settled in on his bike I started jumping further. To date I've only cleared double dumps not triple jumps. His bike has just a bit more power than my 250 but less than 450. Getting to the point, I started jumping farther. I cleared a long table (no gap in the jump) and then I ended up clearing my very first triple jump - it was an awesome!
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby mxguy01 » 28 June 2019, 22:46

Hot damn. BF and I were planning on the city tonight. He texted that it is a bit of a PITA for him to get there; understandably. So we changed to his place for dinner and sleep over. And here's the kicker. He caught me before my morning JO so... All smiles here baby!!!
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Iamjava » 29 June 2019, 04:07

victor, sorry to hear about your dad. my bet is that he just wanted to taste something again. it must suck to have a feeding tube!

enjoy your time with him. stubborn people refuse to die. it took 10 years for intestinal cancer to kill my grandfather. anythings possible! :)
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby mxguy01 » 29 June 2019, 17:17

Victor_Laszlo wrote:
erti wrote:
Victor_Laszlo wrote:My dad is coming home from the hospital tomorrow. This was his second trip in the past month. Both times they said he had pneumonia. He's been fighting the lung cancer for a long time now. Just hope he doesnt get sick again.

Im not sure if they are gonna resume the chemo or not. They did a swallow test today to see if him drinking things was causing it or not.

But im just happy he's getting to go home.


:hug:


Thanks Jess. It really means alot.

The doctor originally said he thought the chemo was making him sick. But. The swallow test showed its all ending up in his lungs. He's been on a feeding tube for a few years now.
But still tried to drink coffee in the morning and sports drinks during the day.

The doctor's told him to only get food and now fluids through the feeding tube only.

My dad is the best most kickass guy id ever meant.

To see him so weak hurts so much. But in my mind his weakest is my best.

Thanks again Jess


Hang in there Victor, it's all you can do.But it's also what you must do. Then again you seem to know that.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby mxguy01 » 29 June 2019, 17:24

Spent the night with the BF. Honestly, to me he's a real find. Perfect? I'd answer that with a question is anyone. We talked about him moving in with me but then I talked about having to move from here. Since the wife and kids all picked up and moved away, with out telling me. I found out because my daughters bank account is somehow still linked to my user account. At this point I need to contact the bank to have that removed. He was planning on moving his job and that killed that for him. So yesterday I decided I'm done with my second sexual childhood so to speak and ready to settle down with him. He brought it up before and actually it works for me. I'll move to his area. Not my first choice of a place to live but certainly good enough. Oh, and I think this would be partner like living together. Finally I'm ready for something serious and going for it.

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