From cybele

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Jet-lagged and dehydrated, with nary a Perrier to his name, this extraordinary gent sat through an entire Godard film...and only fidgeted slightly.

I am blessed to call him "friend." smile

From jorryn

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Such a sweetie, and so thoughtful. Thanks agian for taking me for my first American lap dance experience and for being such a great Seattle host. kiss

From basil123

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I haven't known Mike very long but in the time I have I feel so fortunate to have made a wonderful friend. He hates his New Jersey accent but I believe it to be rather cute! His journal entries are full of wit and show a man that is not afraid to live his life to the fullest -what with his weekly excursions to fancy places tongue. I hope to be able to fly to Seattle and meet him one day soon biggrin

From jody

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I wish he lived closer to me so we could eat yummy foods and watch hockey together.
smile

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Very cool guy. SurlyMike is one of nices and funnest people on this site. Plus he was nice enought to pay me for this testimonial.

From dmac

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Awwwww, he's not so surly. smile It was a tremendous pleasure to meet up with Mike and make the switch from cyber friendship to "the real thing". I don't think I've laughed and smiled so much in a very long time -- it was just what the doctor ordered. Hugs and kisses all around!!!

From shellymc

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one of my bestest friends on this site!
and he even includes me on his vacations with photographic evidence of his travels kiss

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surlymike, despite his name, is one of the immediately huggable people ive ever met. that and smart, funny, and a super-geek which is a requirement for being my friend!

From shellymc

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A wonderul man, who puts up with my endless rants and silly film trivia comments.
If i lived in Seattle, i would actually hang out with this guy and try his vegan delicacies.
That.....and go to the movies with him smile