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Introducing Me

Unread postby Emile » 25 October 2020, 15:31

Hi to all of you, I'm Emile from Peru, I created my account back in 2019 but I forgot to use it until now, so that's why I'm posting this presentation at this moment. I'm an engineer, pop lover, Pokéfan, speedo wearer and politically progressive guy. I hope to make friends here and share opinions and information about different matters and our preferences :hug:
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Re: Introducing Me

Unread postby Magic J » 25 October 2020, 16:31

Hi Emile, what's up? I too am a lover of pop music and occasional Pokémon player. I draw the line at the speedo wearing, though. The North Sea tends to be a little bit too cold for that. :P

What sort of stuff are you listening to at the moment, then?
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Unread postby Emile » 25 October 2020, 17:06

Magic J wrote:Hi Emile, what's up? I too am a lover of pop music and occasional Pokémon player. I draw the line at the speedo wearing, though. The North Sea tends to be a little bit too cold for that. :P

What sort of stuff are you listening to at the moment, then?


At this moment I'm listening an Adult Top 40 FM station from Spokane, Washington. I found it in Wikipedia while searching info about some local TV stations from Wisconsin. Yes, I prefer USA radio stations that I can listen to from TuneIn or their official websites. Peruvian Top 40 radios are so bad that are embarrassing.

Here in Peru the sea is warmer or colder depending the location. The last three years I was living in Lima (the capital city) and its beaches have mildly cold water, but with the summer sun, who cares? Now I'm in Reque, a quiet town 15 minutes south of Chiclayo (a city in the north of the country) and here we don't have direct sea but easy and quick access to the Puerto Eten beach. If I go to Chiclayo, I can go to Pimentel beach from there. Both beaches are well visited but their resort infraestructure is still poor, residential houses from wealthy people are more common. Chiclayo is warmer than Lima and Whatever I go to Pimentel or Puerto Eten, I intend to wear speedos, specially when I go alone or with my gay friends. If I go with my family, I stick with swim shorts for modesty.
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Re: Introducing Me

Unread postby PopTart » 26 October 2020, 04:16

Hi, welcome aboard. I think you're real so, bump.
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Unread postby Magic J » 26 October 2020, 22:14

Emile wrote:At this moment I'm listening an Adult Top 40 FM station from Spokane, Washington. I found it in Wikipedia while searching info about some local TV stations from Wisconsin. Yes, I prefer USA radio stations that I can listen to from TuneIn or their official websites. Peruvian Top 40 radios are so bad that are embarrassing.

I listen to a lot of radio, too. For music, it's generally BBC6, since it plays a really wide range of stuff. Funk and Soul is Saturday night, which is a favourite and always a good set. Lots of more experimental music on in the late evenings, too.

Also listen to Radio BG (Radio Bulgaria) online. Mostly a force of habit at this point. :lol:

Emile wrote:Here in Peru the sea is warmer or colder depending the location. The last three years I was living in Lima (the capital city) and its beaches have mildly cold water, but with the summer sun, who cares? Now I'm in Reque, a quiet town 15 minutes south of Chiclayo (a city in the north of the country) and here we don't have direct sea but easy and quick access to the Puerto Eten beach. If I go to Chiclayo, I can go to Pimentel beach from there. Both beaches are well visited but their resort infraestructure is still poor, residential houses from wealthy people are more common. Chiclayo is warmer than Lima and Whatever I go to Pimentel or Puerto Eten, I intend to wear speedos, specially when I go alone or with my gay friends. If I go with my family, I stick with swim shorts for modesty.

That sounds so nice! To have access to warm water beaches, I mean. The only time I ever swim in the sea here in on New Years Day, whereby tradition dictates that you must immerse yourself. I usually just go for a more symbolic paddle up to my waist, but still, it's fucking freezing. :lol:
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Re: Introducing Me

Unread postby René » 26 October 2020, 22:36

Hey Emile, welcome :)

Magic J wrote:The only time I ever swim in the sea here in on New Years Day, whereby tradition dictates that you must immerse yourself. I usually just go for a more symbolic paddle up to my waist, but still, it's fucking freezing. :lol:

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Unread postby cowardbevan » 27 October 2020, 06:04

Welcome aboard!
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Re: Introducing Me

Unread postby Alex_Of_California » 8 November 2020, 08:01

Emile wrote:Hi to all of you, I'm Emile from Peru, I created my account back in 2019 but I forgot to use it until now, so that's why I'm posting this presentation at this moment. I'm an engineer, pop lover, Pokéfan, speedo wearer and politically progressive guy. I hope to make friends here and share opinions and information about different matters and our preferences :hug:


Hello Emile, thanks for being here. I want to travel to Peru sometime, for it is beautiful and rich with history. Is it ok to be open in parts or all of Peru?
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