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Old 02-12-2004, 05:13 PM
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I wouldn't expect a Mass-hole to know the subtleties of the Mason Dixon line. But forget about it, I'll be in So. Fl. tomorrow, toasting to Stecz
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You going to skip your way down there from MARY LAND
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Tough call on that Jon. I'm debating the merits of skipping versus a calm sashay. There is always the possibility of a hop or two as well. I'll defer to Jill and the kids on the best mode of transport. Stay warm up there.
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I'd go with the calm sashay, but I'm already here.
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You know Outlaw, the problem with the sashay is that if you get too swishy, you attract a line of SoBe's finest and look like you are doing the conga with the folks from Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. I think I'll stick with the skip.
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Just watch your "behind" when you get to "Fort Lahdadah", or SoBe!
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You know Outlaw, the problem with the sashay is that if you get too swishy, you attract a line of SoBe's finest and look like you are doing the conga with the folks from Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. I think I'll stick with the skip.

Yeah, try skipping through SB singing "Skip to M'Lou, My Darling". That'll bring a straight eye from the queer guy.
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Phkn you have a fun skip queer down the coast
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kev, i understand that a guy in your position has wants and needs. miami is a place where a guy such and yourself, will find these needs. kev you are a man that is powerful, yet knowledgeable in many ways. your charm and whit are some of your qualities that will in able you to do well in miami beach. i wish you the best , in finding what you are looking for in your quest for a happier you. the one thing i do know for sure is you will not return with anything that floats, but you might return with something that itches....your buddy dave
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