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October 25, 2016, 09:34:30 PM
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 on: Today at 06:21:39 AM 
Started by Ash - Last post by Dark Alex
A year ago I'd have been able to say I've never had a credit card or learned to drive, so instead I'll go with I've never visited another country that has made me think "I wish I'd been born here instead."

 on: Today at 05:38:36 AM 
Started by BTM - Last post by Trevor
But speaking of bumping into people, a question I would like to ask a lesbian is this: at what point does erotic contact between two women count as "sex"? How do they know?

I'm not doubting such a thing exists, just...what defines it? Where does making out cease and their little ticker goes up a notch in the sex department? Surely it's not mere penetration of some sort, or that would redefine what is or isn't sex for a lot of people. And it's got to be more than activity that leaves one of them getting tingly, because lots of things get women tingly.

So....when does a lesbian consider the bedpost notched? Know what I'm saying?

I'm not making any point, I just got to thinking about it and am genuinely curious, what counts as "lesbian sex" as opposed to "lesbian foreplay"? Or "Lesbian smooching?" Or "Leza-be-more-than-friends"?

Too blue a topic for a rainy Friday morning? (Or considering this place is mostly men, is lesbianism always found in fond favor, whatever the hour or weather?)

Maybe I'll just risk a harassment suit and poll the interns, since they're Millennials and surely at least one of them has visited a bakery.


Speaking as this board's LGBTI rep (I'm the B part of that) my lesbian friends tell me that just being with someone special as far as intimacy goes is enough and that a man cannot give them what they have as a couple. I should add that most if not all of my lesbian friends are in committed relationships and they crave their sexual intimacy with their partners.

 on: Today at 04:24:20 AM 
Started by LIWstudios - Last post by claws
Not quite sure what kind of audience these reviews are aiming for. As a true bad movie lover (like the majority on this site) these reviews have very little to offer, and not aknowleding a "cult movie" while "playing" dumb for dumbness sake just won't do because you can't fool a bad movie lover. Either you know your s**t or you don't. I mean, referring to legend Tom Atkins as "oh this guy he was in a lots of movies" is a bit insulting and a really hard sell that I refuse to buy. Unless the reviewers in the video are actually clueless, which would make this for real bad movie lovers who know their stuff an even bigger frustrating viewing expierence.

I get the idea of sitting together, winging it while mocking a "bad movie" but this doesn't translate well unless you know your real audience. Which I assume are actually clueless mostly random viewers. Tip: edit the running time (if you want me to spend 30+ minutes with you guys this got to be way more interesting, entertaining and engaging), amp up your act (not just costumes), get a stand out character or include a crazy gimmick, or just something.

Please don't take this criticism the wrong way, its just my own opinion.

 on: Today at 02:54:34 AM 
Started by BTM - Last post by AoTFan

Ever notice that it seems like every website on the planet wants you to create an account with them to use them?  And I'm not talking Amazon or eBay where you can actually buy stuff, I mean more like, pretty place period where they have information.  Hell, I tried clicking on a question on Quora a few minutes ago and they wanted me to sign in.  I almost signed in with my Google email account, but I noticed Quora wanted permission to "view and manage my contacts"  What the hell does that mean? 

 on: Today at 02:46:21 AM 
Started by Nightowl - Last post by AoTFan

The group Blur's song "Song 2" was actually meant as a "joke" piece, a spoof of alt-grunge scene that was popular at the time.  That's even gave it such a generic sounding name.  If you listen to the rest of their album, we'll find their music is radically different.  Crazily enough though, "Song 2" ended up being their only real hit.

 on: Today at 02:43:25 AM 
Started by Ash - Last post by AoTFan
I've never ridden ATV or motorbike. 

 on: Today at 02:19:03 AM 
Started by ChuckSplatt - Last post by AoTFan

(Insert your own "Me After Watching the pool scene in Fast Times at Ridgemont High" or similar joke here)

 on: Today at 12:18:27 AM 
Started by Nightowl - Last post by AoTFan

Your post was interesting, but why do you kept writing ...?! in about every other sentence?  I counted it as bout six times, twice in a three line paragraph.

Just curious.

 on: October 24, 2016, 08:37:28 PM 
Started by LIWstudios - Last post by voltron
Love it. Love it Love it! Who cares if Myers wasn't in it. It an awesome movie on it's own. SILVER SHAMROCK!!!!  Thumbup Thumbup Thumbup Thumbup

 on: October 24, 2016, 08:34:35 PM 
Started by LIWstudios - Last post by voltron
David Hasselhoff and Linda Blair are REALLY slumming it. This movie sucks.  Thumbdown

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