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The problem with women

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4 minutes ago, Sucralose Ray Leonard said:

Have we got enough threads now about the negatives of the boobed ones?

Have you got the negatives?

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22 minutes ago, Sucralose Ray Leonard said:

Have we got enough threads now about the negatives of the boobed ones?

im currently pissing about on badoo,it even has a rough map of where they live.i shagged someone two days running from 3 streets away over the weekend,i knew she worked in a pub i now find out from a friend she works in his local and its the only real ale pub in longton which is a mile away and im surpost to be going to see his mates band play there in a couple of weeks,ffs.

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10 minutes ago, Sucralose Ray Leonard said:

Have we got enough threads now about the negatives of the boobed ones?

In all fairness my recent one was an attempt to open the discussion as to the negatives on both sides and why us men are perhaps best left to/in our sheds. But it kind of went off into other areas? What’s a MCP to do?

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20 minutes ago, Melchett said:

In all fairness my recent one was an attempt to open the discussion as to the negatives on both sides and why us men are perhaps best left to/in our sheds. But it kind of went off into other areas? What’s a MCP to do?

i concider my house a shed with a bed in it ,not sure if thats good or not.

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