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vickyvikernes:
thank you for a piece of spring🤗
nickstone:
Exactly what I needed ! Thank you
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xiiand4swords:
Indeed. I sometimes describe people as brains in jars as a way to point out that worrying too much about the labels other jars think you should have is kind of silly to start with and that's before you even get into the question of do my these labels reflect my own jar or just what people think about my jar. I've already over complicated my simplification.
ojtheviking:
It puzzles and kinda disturbs me that it's so difficult for some people to NOT use that word. I mean, what is it, selective Tourettes?

Have you guys seen @elune_'s new set Quiet Fire? She is so incredibly sexy. Let's make some noise over this set. I REALLY want to see her go pink this year!

What I would LOVE for you to do, is heart, comment, and promote @Elune_ in whatever threads are appropriate across the site. I want us to show her all the support that...
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gadget:
@xiiand4swords HA! Earl Grey. HOT. I love him. Thank you. <3
bootlegspm:
Been proudly doing that for a while now, and listening to her music. Even bought a digital download. She's awesome, all the way around.
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gadget:
It's fun exploring nature period @gunderground. I just get so taken with the beauty, and being a long time hobby photographer, I find it impossible to walk away without attempting to capture it. It's allows me to bring nature home while also leaving it very much as how I found it for others. With snow, this is even more miraculous (though perhaps much harder to leave as I found it. Friggin' footprints!). A flower I could press and keep in some capacity, but those fluffy flakes are so fleeting! Without a camera it's likely that I would spend an hour sitting in one place as I became enthralled with this, or that detail. A camera keeps me moving forward.
gunderground:
I agree wholeheartedly @gadget 😊 I loved finding new things to capture and explore, and sharing it with others so they can see what you found. My landscape shots required long distances usually, but if I macroed I could stay in the same area like you for hours. ❤️ 😊
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I haven't had cleavage in something like six years. I had stopped buying anything new before that point. So when my weight shifted and I needed a new bra I googled how to make one. Instead of a pattern, which is what I was hoping to find, I found research that said that bras restrict lymphatic flow. That restricting that flow leads to cancer...
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libris:
The find of a century!  That bra looks amazingly comfortable!
robertbluesman:
Ummm... ok, spank me viciously and send me to a chair in the corner with no dinner, but I simply can not revisit your intimately rendered prose here without focusing on the word.... *deep breath* ... “hard”... I mean, really, eep!!! *blushes upon swoons upon blushes!* I’m admittedly a soulful admirer of life’s scores and scars upon the sacredness of women’s breasts. The most revered artworks are those which endure the epochs of provenance. And here... please count me among your most ardent fans ☺️🔥😍💜