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Old Posted Apr 6, 2012, 7:25 PM
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I'm the one that needs one of those. Ten dollars in change doesn't sound like a lot but it weighs like 2 pounds.
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Old Posted Apr 6, 2012, 8:18 PM
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the savage (vid) said:
well I am going to go to the park and see if I can find anyone to blow me
Kyle said:
ya school should be out now, you might be able to get a 12 year old or something


Well now that thats out in the open..
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Old Posted Apr 6, 2012, 9:12 PM
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Canada can keep all that cold air up North! It was in the 30's this morning. I was just getting used to our early summer here.
Shit, my house was feeling like July at night, I don't know if Indy cools off at night but Old Smokey doesn't. Keep in mind I don't run my A/C until the last possible week in the spring, it's one of the earliest central air systems...If I did anything more strenuous than post on SSP, I was soaked in sweat...
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the savage (vid) said:
well I am going to go to the park and see if I can find anyone to blow me
Kyle said:
ya school should be out now, you might be able to get a 12 year old or something


Well now that thats out in the open..
You're the one attracted to children.
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You're the one attracted to children.
At least I don't poach them from the school playground.
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Old Posted Apr 7, 2012, 12:49 AM
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OK, look:

Your attraction to men that look like 13 year old boys is real. You find anyone with body hair "disgusting". I was simply making a joke.
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OK, look:

Your attraction to men that look like 13 year old boys is real. You find anyone with body hair "disgusting". I was simply making a joke.
As was I. And I said I don't like facial hair, not body hair. I like people around my age. I'm sorry if me not liking hairy 40 year olds like you do upsets you.
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Most of the guys I've shown you are in their mid to late 20s. Being in the tail end of that generation, I relate better to them than today's kids.
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Most of the guys I've shown you are in their mid to late 20s. Being in the tail end of that generation, I relate better to them than today's kids.
And thats fine, I can understand that. But you have yet to show me someone without a full on beard. It seems by your logic that anyone without a beard = child.
Kyle says:
i wouldn't do him
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I think he is hot so fuck you
you're picky and you're going to die alone
The rage.
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Old Posted Apr 7, 2012, 1:21 AM
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Whats teh deal, I try to click on Skybar but it sends me back to the main page.
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Open a new browser. It is some weird cookie thing that affects everyone but me.

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It seems by your logic that anyone without a beard = child.











I wanna do him in a tent during a thunderstorm.






























This is what your twinks would look like if they manned the fuck up.

http://www.thebeardly.com/
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I like how half of them are dead people in black and white photographs.
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I like how half of them are dead people in black and white photographs.
Photographs were taken of them in a time when photography was expensive because they were men who had accomplished many great things.

You don't see 19th century photographs of adult men who look like little boys, do you?
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John McKellar, first mayor of Fort William, Ontario. Someday I will be the mayor of my city, and my beard will look like this too.
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You don't see 19th century photographs of adult men who look like little boys, do you?
Fuck shit yeah you know what's up.
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How much is vid paying you to agree with him?
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Of course, I already live in up and down Nuevo Nineteenth Century here in the States. I already should have a pretty good beard and have a good Bowie knife at my side but I can only grow a borderline mustache.

Being hyper mobile across a good thousand mile radius, i've learned to be ready.

Being ready means having a beard but I've already been over my problems.
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Old Posted Apr 7, 2012, 2:23 AM
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Growing a beard is the ultimate sign of laziness. It's rather shocking that any gay would have a thing for that. I hate shaving and wish I didn't have to, but a beard is largely unacceptable for todays world. Although some guys do look alright with a light beard, and it usually does make them look older, it's just not my thing.
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