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Maurice Boscorelli

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Joined May 30, 2010
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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Saturday, February 12, 2011


SUNshine Girl Leanne likes any type of scary movie. Maybe, since her goal is to be a hairstylist, she could screen some hair-raising flicks in her salon (yeah, we know it’s a stretch, but...). The 20-year-old likes honesty and trust in a mate and since she’s taken we assume she’s found it. (Mark O'Neill photo)

I think she could star in a scary movie.

5/10
 

Maurice Boscorelli

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Joined May 30, 2010
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scotty said:
Wow GEN I usually have such great respect for your posts, although we have as yet never met, you are clearly a sophisticated and well educated woman of the world.

Im surprised you would quote me out of context that way. I was simply mentioning two of the people I know who regret their overly quick choices of body art. My current fave has plenty of art, I think suits her, and im sure she doesnt give a rats ass if I think it suits her or not, she didnt do it for me.

It is afterall just a personal opinion im stating right? on a website...about women who have put them selves up for display.

Believe me, from personal experience, I for one am well aware of the ravages of time and bad habits on the body lol.

OH yeah what the hell is wrong with my semi permanent comment. I simply said that ink is a fairly permanent procedure, since the time pain and money involved in removing it is far more than the cost and pain of having it applied in the first place. we arent just chalk boards to be wiped clean. It takes time and effort to make changes, not just a trip to the gym, or some such remedy.

We are also not talking about a body we are born with and must inevitably see age....we are talking about willingly modifying the body. (choice rather than chance)

PS. I think I can see past the art, I did give her a 8.25 or something along those lines.

MAURICE can you lend me some kevlar....awaits gens hopefully measured responce.

Gen comes in every so often and admonishes us drops a few bombs and then is on her way.

I doubt this thread is even on her radar anymore.
 

scotty

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Joined Oct 28, 2010
Messages 910
^^^ Probably right MB
Kinda a hit and run sort of admonishment, like my ex used to parent, dont give them time to talk back :lol:

back to this level again sigh well 5 ish I suppose
 

GenevieveLajoie

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Joined Nov 11, 2009
Messages 297
Maurice Boscorelli said:
It's called freedom of speech my queen.

Maybe you should get used to the idea.
Nope. That's not what freedom of speech is.

Freedom of speech is the freedom to speak freely and voice dissent without censorship or repression from the government. In other words, freedom of speech is something that exist only in the context of the relationship between citizens and the state. It has nothing to do with a discussion on the merits of the SSG on an escort review board.

Importantly as well, the concept of freedom of speech also mean that one has the freedom of voicing their criticism of other people's ideas and hold them accountable for those ideas.

scotty said:
Im surprised you would quote me out of context that way. I was simply mentioning two of the people I know who regret their overly quick choices of body art. My current fave has plenty of art, I think suits her, and im sure she doesnt give a rats ass if I think it suits her or not, she didnt do it for me.

It is afterall just a personal opinion im stating right? on a website...about women who have put them selves up for display.
I'm too lazy to go back to read the flow of the discussion that lead to your post, and to me quoting from it. But I think I simply used that quote from your post as an illustration of this idea that many people have about ink that should be meaningful forever. I may very well have (mis-)quoted you out of context.

Maybe I'm in the minority, but I don't believe that ink has to mean anything. Nor do I give into the argument that someone should love their ink all their lives or else it was a mistake. Which doesn't mean that I don't think like many of you that there's a lot of bad ink out there. I actually agree that most of the ink we see in this thread is not very aesthetically pleasing. When gets at me are the argument that a girl shouldn't have gotten ink because it makes her less appealing to the person judging (whether you or me), or that it's bad ink because in 10 years she won't like it anymore. That's bogus.

But I was also extremely tired and annoyed at something else when I posted yesterday, and my pissy mood probably explained why I wrote this rant in the first place. So please, don't take it personally. ;)

Maurice Boscorelli said:
Gen comes in every so often and admonishes us drops a few bombs and then is on her way.

I doubt this thread is even on her radar anymore.
See, just for you, I made a point of coming back. ;) But you're right, I usually forget to follow up on my random comments. Since I have an opinion of everything and its opposite, it's hard for me to keep track of my pieces of wisdom. ;)
 
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Cycleguy007

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Gen... You just got even sexier! (if that's even possible... :shock:)

:great:

**CG bends over and lays a big juicy kiss on Gen's fine derrier!**

(What can I say, I'm a sucker for a great ass, especially when its attached to a very smart lady! :))
 

Maurice Boscorelli

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Joined May 30, 2010
Messages 19,337
Cycleguy007 said:
Gen... You just got even sexier! (if that's even possible... :shock:)

:great:

**CG bends over and lays a big juicy kiss on Gen's fine derrier!**

(What can I say, I'm a sucker for a great ass, especially when its attached to a very smart lady! :))

Well you must be a fan or I guess you wouldn't have your head buried so far up her ass.
 

Chunky

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Joined Oct 7, 2010
Messages 1,832
I do enjoy when Gen posts. CG you're a married man, get your lips off of Gen's bottom. I on the other hand am single right now therefore with the right amount of coin in my hand, GEN may I have the honors of kissing your derrière?:he: It's a little scrawny but still kissable.
 

Bubba

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Joined Aug 20, 2010
Messages 4,166
GenevieveLajoie said:
Nope. That's not what freedom of speech is.

Freedom of speech is the freedom to speak freely and voice dissent without censorship or repression from the government. In other words, freedom of speech is something that exist only in the context of the relationship between citizens and the state. It has nothing to do with a discussion on the merits of the SSG on an escort review board.

Importantly as well, the concept of freedom of speech also mean that one has the freedom of voicing their criticism of other people's ideas and hold them accountable for those ideas.


I'm too lazy to go back to read the flow of the discussion that lead to your post, and to me quoting from it. But I think I simply used that quote from your post as an illustration of this idea that many people have about ink that should be meaningful forever. I may very well have (mis-)quoted you out of context.

Maybe I'm in the minority, but I don't believe that ink has to mean anything. Nor do I give into the argument that someone should love their ink all their lives or else it was a mistake. Which doesn't mean that I don't think like many of you that there's a lot of bad ink out there. I actually agree that most of the ink we see in this thread is not very aesthetically pleasing. When gets at me are the argument that a girl shouldn't have gotten ink because it makes her less appealing to the person judging (whether you or me), or that it's bad ink because in 10 years she won't like it anymore. That's bogus.

But I was also extremely tired and annoyed at something else when I posted yesterday, and my pissy mood probably explained why I wrote this rant in the first place. So please, don't take it personally. ;)


See, just for you, I made a point of coming back. ;) But you're right, I usually forget to follow up on my random comments. Since I have an opinion of everything and its opposite, it's hard for me to keep track of my pieces of wisdom. ;)

I like you boobs.


Oh yes 5/10 for the SG.
 

GenevieveLajoie

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Joined Nov 11, 2009
Messages 297
Chunky said:
I do enjoy when Gen posts. CG you're a married man, get your lips off of Gen's bottom. I on the other hand am single right now therefore with the right amount of coin in my hand, GEN may I have the honors of kissing your derrière?:he: It's a little scrawny but still kissable.
Scrawny? Look again sir. My ass is many thing but definitely not thin and bony. Ask around: for a white girl of my size, my ass is quite ample in fact.
 

Maurice Boscorelli

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Joined May 30, 2010
Messages 19,337
Sunday, February 13, 2011

Sunday, February 13, 2011


SUNshine Girl Angela says she likes to wander around the city until she gets lost. Looking at her picture we know exactly how she feels. When the 23-year-old grad student knows where she is she likes fashion, painting and photography, and hanging around with loved ones. (Mark O'Neill photo)

Look no tats! Got a tummy on her though.

6.5/10
 
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Cycleguy007

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LOL! Draper is probably rubbin one out to her pics as we speak! :shock:
 

tboy

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Joined Jun 2, 2010
Messages 9,200
holy crap, another one who doesn't want to be a model! what's the world coming to? But yet again, a little more time in the gym and a little less time at the buffet would move this one from a 7 to a 9......
 
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