Friday, August 12, 2011

No Posts On Weekends - It's Free Ball Friday!

18 comments:

  1. I thought EVERY DAY was freeball day! It is for me!

    DP

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  2. I have a question for you guys. There's a guy, in his late 20's or early 30's. I think 30's. He's on a county football team, and is in sales. He works out regularly. Awesome body. We've spoken a few times. I think that he knows that I am more than interested. The other day, he was out from behind his sales counter, he was walking towards me. I couldn't help but look at him and look below his belt line. He looked at me and put his head down. Is that a signal of, not interested, or is he enjoying being looked at. Upon leaving, he said to me, I'll talk to you later.
    I would appreciate your thoughts.
    Cruising and hoping.

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  3. Nothing you've said would indicate that he was appreciative of your checking out the goods below the belt line. You said he put his head down, not that he made eye contact with you, or smiled at you knowing that you were checking him out. Sorry guy, but this gay gay says he wasn't being in the least receptive.

    Lincoln

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  4. anon0646, sounds like he is a nice guy, and so are you. Why not just approach him as a bud, at least for now. He may not now or ever appreciate more than that. But why should that stop the 2 of you from being goods friends? Who knows, maybe more down the road. Definetely do not write this guy off. Buds are not always easy to find.

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  5. He may not be interested but his comments(I'll talk to you later") kept the door open. If he thought you were interested and he was repulsed by that, he would not have gone out of his way to hope for future contact. Keep us informed.

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  6. Oh, I how enjoy a good old swimming hole or nice refreshing river.
    One of the most remember able times I had skinny dipping was with my buddy Rick, we just graduated from high school, we were swimming in this river past midnight, with this huge full moon in the sky (no pun intended), now I know I liked seeing him naked, nice cock and nice bubble butt, but honestly I was naive back then, so there was no man to man play, but it was so special to me...he probably just thought of it as skinny dipping.. but not me, WOW, I have that night (with now both full moons, embedded in my mind) and never stopped enjoying seeing dudes bare assed since..

    SJ

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  7. I wish he jumped in a different way
    by
    http://born-naked-stay-naked.tumblr.com/

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  8. I was wondering if he was taking ballet lessons

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  9. SJ,

    I used to skinny dip with the dudes in high school and nobody ever thought it was sexual. It has been the topic of many imagination quests that led to orgasm in the last 40 years!

    DP

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  10. Just posted in another comment thread, this is the norm at swimming holes here in VT. Our state laws actually protect the rights of those who choose to swim nude.

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  11. SJ, hot story, man. My mail crashed and I lost your email addr. Trying to find it. Will

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  12. SJ,

    Speaking of e-mails, I asked Scott if he had yours and if he would ask you if you wanted to talk to me directly by e-mail. He told me he did not have your e-mail address. If you would like to email me directly, send your e-mail address to Scott and ask him to forward it to me. If not, that is OK too.

    DP

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  13. SJ,
    That was a nice memory to share. I think in life, that memories are going to be very important as the years go by.
    bj

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  14. BJ,

    Memories make life. The reason Alzheimer's is so scary is that it erases your life from yourself.

    DP

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  15. thanks bj, and how true, good memories should be treasured, and yes DP, what an awful disease, Alzheimer's is, man I hope they find a cure soon...

    SJ

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  16. Dp and SJ,
    The other day I was talking to a n elderly neighbor who moved south. She mentioned senior moments of forgetting and the illness Alzheirmers. I said, " I think I had that, but I can't remember!"
    She started laughing.
    bj

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  17. now that's an upbeat story on a sad illness, we do need that every now and then..thanks bj

    SJ

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  18. I always say that one of the perks of old age (beyond the aching muscles, Extra time needed to get up off the floor, etc) is the ability (excuse) to forget things. I can't be responsible. I am too old to remember!

    I wonder how many people will take this seriously. lame humor doesn't transfer well in text.

    DP

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