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Old 05-24-2008, 10:36 AM   #346
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You can't get to be a 74 with just your hand unless you do drugs. Even if you use a sheep, that's still only 1 point.
72, not 74.

If I may say so myself, I was damn good at bringing her to orgasm just the way she liked it.
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can you spot the grammatical mistake on the pig's packaging? it's ironically placed too
"Like your inbred"!
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72, not 74.

If I may say so myself, I was damn good at bringing her to orgasm just the way she liked it.












yeah it does sound funny coming from you!










god would not approve











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I'll pay attention after I see one show, so subsequent debuts wouldn't be a surprise if they'd rehearsed them and I'd heard.

On the other hand, I'm thinking that maybe I do wanna know what the standard set is, because when you KNOW you are hearing something rare, you go apeshit with joy. So if they play TUF (e.g.) for the first time on the tour at my show and I didn't realize how special it was...that'd suck. Or if I went off my rocker heart attack apeshit cause they played TUF...and and it turns out they play it every other night and I'm gonna see it 10 more times....
I knew Gloria was going to be played before the first show. I knew a week before it debuted that they were rehearsing it. When it wasn't played on opening night, I immediately called it for the second show, and there it was. TEC/Gloria was a good combo too; wish they'd done it again.

Heh, yeah, that's a good point. That's why it's good to go to the first show - then all the rare returns are worthy of exictement even if they go on to become permanent fixtures.
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"Like your inbred"!
which if you parse the sentence implies that you possess an inbred. also kinky/nasty/scary, just like the rear entry inflatable sex pig.

too bad they don't have a sheep model.
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Did I miss anything after I left?
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Sorry abou the thread last nigh, I "pased ou."
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yeah it does sound funny coming from you!

god would not approve



Now where's Jen to join in on the shock? I remember her response when I made a remark about how I frankly enjoy pleasuring the girl more than I enjoy her giving me pleasure (though this may have had something to do with Kate not being terribly good).
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Heh, yeah, that's a good point. That's why it's good to go to the first show - then all the rare returns are worthy of exictement even if they go on to become permanent fixtures.
so true. the early shows are cool like that but they are also not the best on the tour as they are still ironing stuff out. if they start in europe i will sooooo be there, and maybe catch some of the us during the summer, but if they tour the us first i'm not seeing them til the europe leg.
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too bad they don't have a sheep model.
THANK GOD.

If they did, Liam probably would send one to me!
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Now where's Jen to join in on the shock? I remember her response when I made a remark about how I frankly enjoy pleasuring the girl more than I enjoy her giving me pleasure (though this may have had something to do with Kate not being terribly good).
yeah that probably had something to do with it. if you don't enjoy it, it could be...

1) you are gay and she's got the wrong parts and looks to pleasure you (but you enjoy pleasuring her, so this is not true)

2) she sucks

3) you feel guilty about it for some reason (religion i'm looking at you)

4) you really really like to be good at something so the triumph of succeeding at bringing the illusive female orgasm is satisfying

or some combo
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so true. the early shows are cool like that but they are also not the best on the tour as they are still ironing stuff out. if they start in europe i will sooooo be there, and maybe catch some of the us during the summer, but if they tour the us first i'm not seeing them til the europe leg.
I think that the middle and end of the first leg is usually the best. Setlist diversity tends to be stronger, more rare songs are there, and they've by that time ironed out the bugs. That's why the Boston gigs ruled so fucking much.
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THANK GOD.

If they did, Liam probably would send one to me!
The scary thing is that I probably would seriously do it.
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Hey all I'm only here for a little while.

Did I miss anything after I left?
Probably enough to lose you a purity point or two.
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