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    Florida (Tampa Bay)
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    Poz, On Meds
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    Versatile Bottom
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    Open-minded individual with a twisTed imagination. I'm HIV+ (undetectable), only play raw, and almost always prefer a long chem-enhanced session. Exclusions: too young, too sketchy, animals, scat....
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    You: preferably slim, toned, or muscular; more importantly, no attitude, long-lasting, sexually adventurous, amenable to pnp.

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  2. If that guy was any more spun, he'd be a blade on a ceiling fan.
  3. why did I start thinking of Riverdance after reading that sentence? I probably need to get out of the house more.
  4. I could use -- in more ways than one -- a Trevor about now.
  5. Part 5 is simply great - if I ever wrote down the thoughts going through my mind when I was in a maze, dark room, etc. at the baths, part 5 would be it.
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  7. I was wondering that also. Must have been one hell of a video game that hubby was playing.
  8. Being your neighbor must be an eye-opening experience . . . .
  9. It’s the signaling value of the use of jargon or, less likely, slang. I’d be the first to admit, however, that that particular idea is unlikely to be going through the writer’s mind at that moment.
  10. Rules of punctuation are seen as imposing an artificial structure on the message, and that artificiality is rooted in the class and gender hierarchies in the society. For all I know, that linguistics viewpoint might be correct, but reading a block of text that had all of the periods and commas shaken out of it leaves me thinking that the writer needs to be shaken a bit (but not stirred).
  11. Only the first chapter, and the story is already wonderfully twisted.
  12. I could use someone like Garrett....
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