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Old 11-14-2023, 02:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Hydro Junkie
Remove all the tattoos and I might too. Just can't do that many tattoos
Good Lord what planet of perpetual hope makes you chubby old perverts think you'll get a second glance unless you were beyond rich. LOL Like the old farts at the end of the bar on Cheers. Which one of ya are Cliff? LOL
Old 11-14-2023, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Propworn
Good Lord what planet of perpetual hope makes you chubby old perverts think you'll get a second glance unless you were beyond rich. LOL Like the old farts at the end of the bar on Cheers. Which one of ya are Cliff? LOL
Thankfully for me, even in my old age I never got fat (or chubby), I'm still 6'3" and 165 pounds, and in my younger days I was good enough looking to not need to be rich

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Old 11-14-2023, 04:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Propworn
Good Lord what planet of perpetual hope makes you chubby old perverts think you'll get a second glance unless you were beyond rich. LOL Like the old farts at the end of the bar on Cheers. Which one of ya are Cliff? LOL
I imagine someone who makes 80k a year standing next to a Ferrari, pointing out all the reasons why he would never buy one.
Old 11-14-2023, 05:32 PM
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To be honest, I wouldn't touch that one with a 20ft pole. Just to keep her happy probably would be so cost prohibitive that it just wouldn't be worth it. Besides, I have a fantastic wife already that doesn't need all of the stuff that one would need to keep her happy
Old 11-14-2023, 07:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Hydro Junkie
Remove all the tattoos and I might too. Just can't do that many tattoos
I'm with Hydro on this one. Just don't care for all the ink.🤮

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Old 11-15-2023, 02:54 AM
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Ok, here ya go guys, , , , our 1970s image of wholesome and squeaky clean........


Old 11-15-2023, 03:04 AM
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Course, as we all know, , , inside of every "good" girl, , , there secretly lives a bad girl just waiting to bust loose....



Old 11-15-2023, 06:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Propworn
Good Lord what planet of perpetual hope makes you chubby old perverts think you'll get a second glance unless you were beyond rich. LOL Like the old farts at the end of the bar on Cheers. Which one of ya are Cliff? LOL
Sorry you gave up. How many decades has it been since you were told you had to have money to attract the hotties?

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Old 11-15-2023, 11:10 AM
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well, remember astro, he is having to deal with canadian womens...
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LOL I got mine no need to look elsewhere.
Old 11-18-2023, 07:17 AM
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Originally Posted by init4fun
Course, as we all know, , , inside of every "good" girl, , , there secretly lives a bad girl just waiting to bust loose....




My wife and I have a saying, ď Vulcan in the streets, Klingon between the sheets ď.
Old 11-18-2023, 08:06 AM
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WAAAAY too much info. speed.....
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Yep, good girls go to heaven, , , , , and bad girls go everywhere else

Anyway, George has something for us to ponder.............


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where you seeing bottles of water for less than 2 dollars, lately?
Old 11-18-2023, 03:49 PM
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Originally Posted by mongo
well, remember astro, he is having to deal with canadian womens...
Mongo serenading the American women in his life, LOL


Old 11-18-2023, 05:00 PM
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Ever wonder what Rocky the flying squirrel looked like?

June Foray was the voice of Rocky the Flying Squirrel, Natasha Fatale, Nell Fenwick, Cindy Lou Who, etc. She voiced characters for Disney productions, Walter Lantz's Woody Woodpecker's nephew and niece, and numerous characters in Warner Bros. cartoons, where unlike Mel Blanc she was not in the credits. Chuck Jones once said "June Foray is not the female Mel Blanc. Mel Blanc was the male June Foray".

Here are some highlights of her work. In 1960 she was the voice of Mattel's original "Chatty Cathy" doll. In 1963 she voiced the "Talky Tina" doll in the Twilight Zone episode "Living Doll". Born in 1917, by the age of 15 she was doing voice work on the radio regularly. She had her own radio show in the late 1930's, and continued in radio through the 1940's and early 1950's until Chuck Jones invited her to Warner Bros. Cartoons. She worked steadily through the 60's, 70's, 80's, and 90's. In 2000 she provided the voices of Rocky and Natasha once again in the Universal film The Adventures of Rocky And Bullwinkle, and in 2012 June was nominated for her first Emmy for the role of Mrs. Cauldron on The Garfield Show. She won, becoming the oldest Emmy award winner at age 94. What a career!!!


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Old 11-20-2023, 06:56 PM
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Who says you have to have money to attract the ladies? I've never been so rich as to attract the "Gold Digger" type. Then again, I've never wanted to attract the "Gold Digger" type since all they are after is money and credit cards. I've met more than my share just by being able to dance. It was, after all, how I met the wife. That was 24 years ago and we're still together so I must be doing something right.
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Well Hydro, if you look at the context of the conversation. It’s assumed that most if not all of us are 60+ years old and talking about magazine covers that featured girls in their 20’s. Under those circumstances, odds are it would take a fair amount of wealth for any of us to not be invisible to them. I have no doubt that we were all suave and debonair back in the day.
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Originally Posted by speedracerntrixie
I have no doubt that we were all suave and debonair back in the day.
LOL Me not so much rode my bike on the fringe of the lifestyle, like being single, liked bad girls, got in my fair share of scrapes and close calls. At 28 thought I was happy just the way things were going. Met my wife, found her to be an adventurous good girl who still lived with mom n dad. The perfect challenge to make a bad girl out of. We started going out, she informed me she wasn't going to put up with my crap, so I was the one who had to change. She was worth the effort, so I did. the path I was on she probably saved my life.
Old 11-21-2023, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by speedracerntrixie
Well Hydro, if you look at the context of the conversation. Itís assumed that most if not all of us are 60+ years old and talking about magazine covers that featured girls in their 20ís. Under those circumstances, odds are it would take a fair amount of wealth for any of us to not be invisible to them. I have no doubt that we were all suave and debonair back in the day.
I get the context, just saying that many of the "cover girl" type weren't worth the time, then or now. When I was in high school, there was basically three kinds of girls:
1) The pretty/popular/cheerleader girls
2) The athletic team girls
3) All the rest
Until my senior year, the first two didn't know I existed and the third only knew me because I could help them with their classwork. My senior year, all three groups knew me, many hanging around me for one reason; I had a camera and was taking pictures for the yearbook as I was the lead photographer. Fast forward 20 years, went to my high school class reunion. The same ones that hung around me (and my camera) didn't even acknowledge that I was there. Needless to say, after the first night get together, I didn't go to the second day's events since I had spent most of my first night alone. Told me all I needed to know, I was an outsider and not worth their time. Fortunately, I had my girlfriend at home so leaving early wasn't a big deal for me.
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I’ve gone to two of my HS reunions, 20th and 35th. Had a blast at both of them. Then again my wife and I are not only very personable but we make the efforts to engage other people. Both occasions we noticed couples and singles just sitting at tables as if waiting for people to engage them. Most sat alone the entire night.
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Originally Posted by Propworn
LOL Me not so much rode my bike on the fringe of the lifestyle, like being single, liked bad girls, got in my fair share of scrapes and close calls. At 28 thought I was happy just the way things were going. Met my wife, found her to be an adventurous good girl who still lived with mom n dad. The perfect challenge to make a bad girl out of. We started going out, she informed me she wasn't going to put up with my crap, so I was the one who had to change. She was worth the effort, so I did. the path I was on she probably saved my life.
What all of us old bikers eventually turn into. The only guy we couldn't beat in a fight, , , , , ,

Father Time!





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Originally Posted by speedracerntrixie
Iíve gone to two of my HS reunions, 20th and 35th. Had a blast at both of them. Then again my wife and I are not only very personable but we make the efforts to engage other people. Both occasions we noticed couples and singles just sitting at tables as if waiting for people to engage them. Most sat alone the entire night.
Did you miss where I said " I was an "outsider" and not worth their time"?
I transferred into a country/farming type of high school during my junior year from city type school so I wasn't someone that had grown up in the kind of environment as everyone else. A majority of the class had known each other since elementary school, I wasn't in that group either. By the time the reunion came around, I had been through 6+ years of military service, starting the March after graduation. Therefore, again, I wasn't part of the community while I was on active duty. I had only seen one person from my senior class during all of that time so, again, I didn't fit in with the rest of the class. Have you seen a pattern in this yet? Less than 10 people actually tried to talk to me when I tried to initiate a conversation. If I hadn't made a serious effort to approach others, I wouldn't have talked to anyone all evening.

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Oh I’m seeing a pattern alright.
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And, pray tell, what might that be?

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