Friday, August 13, 2010

Lonely on a Friday Night? Join us!



HAPPY FRIDAY THE 13TH--If you're here, you're actually lucky.

Once again, tonight we're doing what we did last Friday and will probably continue to do so. I don't want to be the only lonely soul on a Friday night. You shouldn't be either. We're commenting back and forth. You can tell why your Friday is lonely or not. You might be bored between movies or TV shows. You might be in the house with someone else and still freaking lonely. You could be without a date or friends go to out with. You might just be sick and tired of going out on the weekends and spending your cash. Whatever your reason, we will chat, flirt, give advice, complain, make each other laugh...whatever comes, naturally. Maybe I will even divulge some dark secrets...

Now, begin...

128 comments:

  1. Is there no one lonely out there? I guess that's a good thing, but it makes for a quiet comment session... What's everyone up to? I'm looking forward to drinking wine and watching Girl with the Dragon Tattoo tonight.

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  2. It's still early for us west-coaster timed people. I just saw Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on Netflix. It was really good. Hope you join us while you're watching. I think I'm putting on Friday the 13th-why the hell not??

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  3. Well, not exactly lonely, but major procrastination happening here! I have a paper to write for school and a test to take by Sunday, and I'm just not feeling it! I got nothin'!

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  4. Fresh from a shower, I'm going to watch Eureka, haven

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  5. Yes, it is a bit early. I'm about to leave work and grab a quick beverage before heading home. I will chat with y'all later! (and don't get too salacious before I return!)

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  6. Tara;
    This is the place to doddle.

    Barry;
    You didn't mention--just from the shower--are you joining us naked, hon?

    M;
    Yes, please join us--can't wait!

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  7. Probably going to get something for dinner, and then I have to figure out what to get at the grocery store tomorrow. I plan to watch Cropsey, Haven and whatever else looks good..... oh yeah, pop in here for a chat.

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  8. Hey Tara;
    If you attract animal shadows, you might try reading this one:
    http://autumnforestghosthunter.blogspot.com/2010/07/creature-comforters.html

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  9. Darn, Barry! It was giving me something to envision while chatting. I'm wearing a nightie. It's a tiny one. Everything is spilling out of it. Drinking a pumpkin ale--it's that time of year in the import store--Halloween displays are up! Yahoo! I almost got the pumpkin brittle, but stopped myself. I am working to get into that bikini for the picture I keep promising to put on the blog.

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  10. Julie;
    Hope you join us! I'm playing Friday the 13th in the background cause this has been one of my luckiest days.

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  11. It has been a good day so far... I need an iced coffee!!!

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  12. I'll go for Eureka tonight. You know Humboldt county aint no daisy farm,humboldt is a very unforgiving place that shows no mercy. Beutiful place, psychadelic wild west.

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  13. @Autumn
    I love women in tiny nighties

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  14. Wait, I thought you liked PJ-less women on Big Brother Haunted House Edition?

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  15. Echo;
    I admit, I've never seen it. Now I'm curious.

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  16. Barry;
    Hope your emails don't distract you tonight :-)

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  17. well if the nightie is tiny enough you get the same effect

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  18. This is true. Mine is old and soft and worn and it kind of drapes off of me and with long legs and a...robust top half--it just doesn't fit like it used to, but it's comfy. So, what are you relaxing in, my friend?

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  19. yup muti-tasking can be a challenge you never know what might pop up

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  20. some old jogging pants --- not very sexy huh

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  21. I guess that would depend on how they fit....

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  22. Open to any easy meal ideas for me and my hubby.

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  23. I'm wearing shorts and will let the girls out later,if interested, lol.

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  24. Holy smokes! Julie if you let the girls out, no one is going to be able to think straight! I'm sipping a pumpkin ale--what are you having?

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  25. Three or four years ago, I saw an elderly neighbor lady swaying back and forth and standing on her tiptoes. I wondered just what the heck she was doing?

    Later I figured out that she had been watching me walk around naked and had returned for the evening show.

    I started wearing jogging pants after that.

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  26. Is her place up for rent now? I think I'd get myself some binoculars and you better nix the jogging pants if I move in. I promise I would do my dancing in my new place with only the belly dancing scarf....

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  27. Would the scarf be considered pj-less?

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  28. Oh, I only dance in it. Not sleep. Which reminds me. I'm working on another belly scarf dance for the blog.

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  29. Thanks Autumn, going to check that link out! Still not feeling the school work yet! Wanting to put pages on my blog, but am having another brain-fart and can't quite figure it out....I'll get there at some point! LOL

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  30. I am happily sucking down my McD's caramel iced coffee. I will be wanting those and Dunkin's iced coffees on our trip, so you are warned. I am looking around the house for what to get at the grocery store tomorrow and came across some gross moldy strawberries.

    @Barry, my sister's last hubby used to run around his house naked and earned the name, "The Naked Cowboy". His female neighbors loved him...

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  31. Barry;
    It could be. I'm trying to decide the right song and the right way to go about it. No doubt I will create something that will mesmerize you. Men are so distractible.

    Tara;
    I know you're just trying to avoid getting your work done and I don't blame you. It's a Friday the 13th evening! We should all be getting into mischief.

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  32. @Autumn, you just better make sure that Dale doesn't get into any mischief. Don't dolls come to life on Friday the 13th, or is that some other day?

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  33. I'm looking at the booger right now. Here's a cool story. I got a stand for the big screen, so I was able to yank my aged old steamer trunks I got from the desert and are filled with my Halloween tortured baby dolls and headstones. I put them back near the front door where they used to sit, with Dale atop them as if he's preparing to go on the road (one can wish). He's propped up watching me. Now, if you recall the first time I put him there, I slept on the sofa that night and took a picture of him before bed. I heard something tap the wall during the night and got up and took a picture in the morning like my friends dared me to do. His arm had moved and was against the wall where the hard hand had tapped it. I lifted the arm and it can't do it on its own. It's a heavy cloth filled arm with a porcelain hand. I'm watching him tonight. I know just where his arm is...

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  34. Hey Autumn, posted a comment on that link....all I can say is "wow! coolness!" LOL. And, yes, I am trying to avoid doing my work. I'm such a procrastinator! I'm a Sagittarius, so what'd ya expect?

    Word verification: fless I like it!

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  35. Tara;
    I responded to your comment. Hey, I get ya. I'm done for the day--I did more than my fair share. Now time to hang out with my blogging buddies.

    Barry;
    Dale can't go. He's got a crush on me. He can't take his eyes off me even now in my nightie, he's watching me.

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  36. Is it right to be jealous of a doll?

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  37. Well, you can't be too jealous of him. You see, I don't flirt with him, but I do with you :-)

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  38. You do have competition for Dale's little wooden heart... or plastic heart, whatever it is.

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  39. Julie;
    Dale will always have his first crush on you. He speaks of Miss Julie often. When you come over this week to draw the US map on my body for the video we're going to take for the blog, he will no doubt be trying to gain your attention.

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  40. I have a surprise for that little beast...

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  41. How is everyone doing? It's nice to meet you all. I hope to be part of the Friday night fun. I've had a couple vodka tonics and am now enjoying an IPA at a brewpub so...uh..not sure why that was important to tell you.

    AutumnForest: pumpkin ale? C'mon, we just started summer here in the Pac NW! Don't remind me of Fall and the rainy season so soon!

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  42. Hello, fellow bored people!
    I'm sitting here babysitting a house/dog for the weekend for my Uncle. I'm watching Evil Dead 2(amazing) and deciding either to watch another movie when this is over, or read a book... hehe:P

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  43. Girl you made me all teary eyed.....LOL I'm such a dork!..........everyone's beverage is sounding better than mine...grape flavored water. And now I'm hungry, haven't eaten supper yet....

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  44. M;
    In my dream world, it is autumn all the time. I'm in Portland and it's drizzly and cold and I'm curled up and drinking hot chai and listening to a band. Yeah, that'd be my dream. Our summer here--lasts from May 1-November 1 and I hate anything over 78 degrees and I'm not a sunshine gal either--like clouds and rain and wind. p.s. you can hold your drinks, buddy. You put 2 drinks into me and I'm stripping. 3 drinks into me and I'm making out with anyone who's interested. 4 drinks and I'm sound asleep. hee hee

    Natasha,
    Go for the movie. Do you have Friday the 13th? I just watched that in honor of today. Now, I'm putting on The Shuttered Room... an old horror movie made-for-tv from the early 70s.

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  45. I am hitting the hard stuff, iced coffee from McDonads.... yep, I am a wild woman!

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  46. Julie;
    I can't wait till we hit the road for HaB project. I'm always peppy like I'm on too much caffeine and acting like I'm drunk and you're hitting the coffee and still all calm. How is that possible? I'm going to wear you down, sis.

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  47. @Autumn, I am the same way when it comes to drinking. At least I am a cheap drunk.

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  48. @Autumn, no caffeine for you my dear, you don't need it. I'm just used to drinking them so they don't faze me. I am ready for whatever when we are on the road.

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  49. @Autumnforest
    I think I will watch Friday The 13th. It's fitting. I'm alone in a house in the woods as well! muahaha! lol

    I had 3 glasses of rum & Pepsi and enjoyed it, now I'm relaxing, watching the end of Evil Dead 2. I love when his hand attacks himself... hehe Classic!

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  50. Cheap drunk number 3 right here! Doesn't take much! When my nose goes numb and I can't feel my teeth, I know I'm well on my way! But at least I'm a happy drunk, EVERYTHING is funny!

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  51. @Natasha, be safe and don't look out the windows because Jason could be out there!!!

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  52. @Julie;
    Seriously, you really think you're ready for my twitter roadside dares? Getting drunk with the bloggers? hee hee

    @Natasha;
    The woods--lucky gal! I wanna party at your place!

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  53. @Above the Norm
    Thank god I love Horror movies, or you would have creeped me out! haha I still won't look out the windows though...

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  54. @Tara, I am a happy drunk too.

    Let's raise our glasses to National Left Handers Day. This is for all those awesome lefties which includes myself.

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  55. @Autumn, hmm *rethinking* You betcha!!!

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  56. Just keep me away from champagne. I become a sex maniac. Rum's pretty good for that too. Wine just makes me sleepy. Microbrews are awesome--one of my favorite things! Jeez, now my pumpkin ale seems lame-o. Maybe I'll pull out the rum.

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  57. I'm slightly inebriated, my calves are burning and I'm fuckin' drenched.

    And it's till early.

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  58. @Barry,
    What sort of a leftie?

    @Pangs;
    I would so love to see you drunk. I bet you're a blast. On September 17th, after I expose myself on the blog (more than usual???) all of me--I will be doing vids. I'd like to do one of me as I'm getting drunk throughout the evening. Might be fun. I haven't been legitimately drunk in several years. It would be amusing to see.

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  59. as in handed although politically I'm a left libertarian

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  60. No champagne?! I was just thinking I'd like to buy you 2 or 3 glasses! I suppose micro-brews will do as well. We have plenty of them here. Beer is on me the moment you get into Portland!

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  61. @ Autumnforest

    I Also live in the forest, but it's a different one.. so, it's new and creepy. hehe I love the woods. :)
    My uncles dog is too cute. He's biting and licking my toes.. hehe

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  62. @Julie/Barry;
    Both left handed? Born days apart? Hmm....

    @Barry;
    I was thinking more which way you hang, dear...

    @M;
    Oh, I love the imagery of that. You have to get me home safely and tucked into bed, though....

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  63. left and libra thats bad isn't it ... I just knew it

    Hey you are too

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  64. That goes without saying! That's why I stopped at buying you 3. 4 is passout time and nobody wants that. Besides, I'm a gentleman and a giver...

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  65. The girls are free...can I get a hallelujah!!

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  66. All this booze talk makes me want some more rum! mmm

    @Autumnforest
    A Vlog while drinking would be hilarious. I talk a lot without a drink, so I don't think it would be nice if I did a Vlog while drinking..noone would come back to my blog! hehe

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  67. Yeah you do too ... set the girls free !!!

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  68. @Julie;
    Those are the guest breasts from the blog, fellas, everyone give Julie a round of freaking applause for letting the girls out!

    @M;
    I like that--a giver...do tell more...

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  69. I am, once again, here... on a Friday Night. Lol Florida is not liking me right now. And everyone likes bailing on me today. So alas... Here I am. Listening to music and putzing around the house. Yayyyy :-p

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  70. @Nastasha;
    Julie would tell you I'm drunk all the time, I'm a giddy goofy person. Check this out--done stone cold sober
    http://autumnforestghosthunter.blogspot.com/2010/06/this-is-who-is-giving-you-ghost-hunting.html
    Yeah, I gotta do a drunk one. Do a new scene every second drink...I'll probably be freaking naked. I got hot when I drink.

    @Barry;
    My gals are free too. Only in panties. Lucky laptop.

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  71. @Julie Oh Julie baby you are a work of art

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  72. No Soraya only south Florida not all of Florida

    @Autumn you are so damn hot

    Barry

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  73. Most of Florida :-p Central Florida isn't very nice to me either. I'd probably luck out better in Miami.

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  74. Yes Natasha, Autumn is like the Energizer Bunny, she keeps going and going and going...she is a goofy drunk without the booze, lol.

    My guest breast thank you and are happy to be out of the heavy bolder holder.

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  75. @Soraya;
    Glad you joined us. You're so fun! Everyone, Soraya is an expert belly dancer. Everyone, give her some applause!

    @Barry;
    Yeah, I am hot. I'm sitting with a laptop on my thighs...or is that me that's creating the heat? It is my second brew...

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  76. @Soraya

    I love the shot with you balancing a sword on your head maybe the sword intimidates men

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  77. Sexy woman --- laptop

    I'm going to put my money on sexy woman as being the source of the heat

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  78. Haha, Autumn you're so awesome :)

    @ Barry... I wish it were that easy to figure out. Lol Granted, I don't go around with a sword all the time, So I suppose that only works when I'm in belly Dance mode.. in which I don't quite mind.. However... I haven't had a guy approach me... in forever. >.< And this is without the sword too.

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  79. He laptop should not be the only lucky, hot object around here. The girls want to be shared with those who want to give back to them. Oh, how I have come to love those girls over mere hours.

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  80. @Barry;
    You'd be right. I have an internal furnace that is always stoked which is probably why the freaking desert is killing me. I need to be in a chilly place. :-) p.s. Getting distracted by emails again???

    @Soraya;
    It's funny but now that I'm on my way out the door and no longer feel "taken," I find that I look men in the eyes now and they respond quite well. I always avoiding making eye contact when I was single because everyone would approach me and it was creepy. As a married woman, I didn't make eye contact either. I find that now that I look men in the eyes, they see it as an invitation. You might try it and shyly look away to the side. They take it as an intriguing challenge as if you got caught looking at them and are shy. Men are hunters, you know.

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  81. @Autumn oh and I though women were the hunters ... no distractions you have my full attention

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  82. @Barry;
    Of course, you can check your emails if you need to. Wouldn't want to deprive you. Women aren't hunters. We are fishing lures... We dangle and dance and come in pretty colors and wiggle around to attract the fish.

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  83. Ah, see, that would work... If there were single men around here. Lol! The good ones are taken, and although I still look, they're still taken. It's .. suckish. I'm REALLY hoping that there will be some amazingly gorgeous single tall guy studying to be a doctor in my Anatomy and Physiology class this semester. :-p the 23rd is so far away :-p

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  84. oh i can multi-task with my emails but you have my full attention tonight. I am intrigued by your allure

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  85. @M;
    You've been catching up on my blog pics on Fridays in the tank tops, huh? Is that why you're following my blog--admit it???

    @Soraya;
    It sounds like "Hot in Cleveland." The gals weren't so hot in LA, but they go to Cleveland and everyone's all over them. When I visit family in WV, I literally walk with Mace. It's that scary. I never run into women. Frightening.... I always tell friends, define the dude you want and figure out where he is on a Sunday afternoon or a Friday night....Of course, all the really good ones are here tonight.

    Hey--everyone? Did Pangs pass out? Haven't heard from the slosher in a while.

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  86. crazy night, my hubby is running around naked...

    @Barry, my girls and I thank you, they are a work of art, a Picasso, lol.

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  87. Why do I get the feeling we just lost Julie???

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  88. @ Autumn if only I had a place to go other than here... My friend in Cali said I'd have guys SWARMING me if I was there... I've always wanted to visit Cali... Maybe I should try talking the mother into that one. haha! It'd benefit my acting desire :-p And I'm sure I'd be able to come across some Belly Dance studios out there... hmm...

    (Word Verification: Mates. I giggled)

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  89. lol no very beautiful tata-licious

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  90. Soraya, I'd take that word verification as a sign... Yeah, you would soooo enjoy it there. I spent 4 years there and it was a blast. I played volleyball on the beach, ordered pizza on the beach, did some body surfing, nighttime bonfires on the beach, sex on the beach...oh wait, that was just a drink I ordered. I didn't have a man who would do that....

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  91. Julie;
    Is this like that post I did about how much sex you have to have to burn off Halloween candy? I told you to drop the chocolate and have the man instead. You better take my advice. If I had a man running around naked right here--he would not be able to walk tomorrow.

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  92. @Autumn I know, right!? Definitely a sign :-p See... I could do all of that on the beach... We have beautiful beaches here. But, the guys here are duds. However, I'm wondering how different the guys in Cali actually are... *shrugs*
    Come to the conclusion that The Cure - Hanging Gardens would be a fun song to put a belly dance routine together to... hmmm

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  93. I'd tell you that the guys in CA are awesome but they are used to have unlimited gorgeous women, so it's not that awesome. I'd suggest Manhattan Beach because the guys there a lot of them work at Hughes and tech places and they are a bit more shy and smart which I think is sexy.

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  94. Yeah, especially in LA or an area where I'd want to go so that I can attempt to work with Acting... They can all have these gorgeous super model women who are tall and amazing and then you have little ol' me at 5'3 (haha that rhymes) So it doesn't work out for me... I've heard Boston has some hot guys... I'm willing to go to europe to find a guy though... Europe has a plus: Accents. <3 <3 <3 <3 <3!!!!!!!! Accents... Stupid Florida. Lol

    (The word verifications are attempting to send me a message I think... Noners... Not as clear as mates but... lol)

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  95. @autumn No, nothing inappropriate. But then, what's inappropriate?

    Don't go for those guys in Manhattan Beach; they're just playas.

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  96. @Soraya;
    Personally, I have a real thing for Northwestern dudes. I know it sounds weird, but I have a lumberjack type fixation. I get all wiggly when I see guys driving jeeps and wearing sandals. I like those outdoorsy types and something about flannels shirts makes me want to rub against them like a kitty cat.

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  97. Hah, I like me some european guys... Torn between the northern ones and the southern ones... But as long as they're tall, I'm good. I suppose that means I'd have to stick to Northern :-p
    I like the outdoorsy guys as well... I want someone who'll take me hiking or something... granted we'd have to travel out of state because there's nowhere to hike around here. but... that's besides the fact. lol
    I misread this word verification... haha! I misread it as Incestful. It's minus the c.

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  98. I'm wearing sandals! And I own flannel...you can rub your kitty against me anytime. Er..I mean rub against me like a kitty cat anytime..

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  99. M;
    I'm not after the men in Manhattan Beach, just instructing a young woman on finding men in Cali. If you read my comment, I like the NW men... You fit in that category, I believe? You're smiling right now, aren't you???

    Soraya;
    I have to admit that any man is my type if he gets me, if there's something about his scent, his feel, his voice, his words, his mannerisms, his intelligence, his humor... I never know quite what it is, but he's the most riveting man in the world once I have found the thing about him that drives me nuts.

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  100. @Autumn I read your comment and was just kidding. The guys from Manhattan Beach are alright. I used to be one of them.

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  101. And yes, I'm smiling...inside and out and showing my smile in so many ways right now.

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  102. M;
    Seriously? I used to work at Manhattan Village Mall. This is getting freaking weird. I swear, you and I have so much in common I think we were twins separated at birth. God, I hope not...then I'd be wanting to rub against your flannel and that'd be kind of...wrong, huh??

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  103. Haven is such a weird little town.

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  104. Heh then it'd go along with my last word verification :-p

    I think I'd be good with any guy that gets me as well... However There has to be some physical attraction.
    I've actually heard Seattle has a great number of decent guys there... I just don't think I could handle living there.

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  105. No, we can't be twins! I mean, I'm into just about anything, but my twin rubbing against my flannel isn't one of them. Maybe twins of a different mother.

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  106. Soraya;
    If you're from FL, you won't survive WA. Now me, I'd like to live in a dark cold wet cave in the middle of Oregon's forests, moss growing on everything, but I'm a freak. If you did California, it's freaking expensive everywhere and if you're a couple miles in from the beach, it gets nasty. The air makes your eyes sting. If I were you, I'd go for Houston. Ideal mix of men and heat and water... Plus, the guys there like their women with curves and petite. I think you'd be very highly marketable. Damn, you're so beautiful I can't believe you have trouble with finding guys. What's worng with FL?

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  107. @Soraya You could handle it, and I'm sure you'd find plenty of attractive guys in either Seattle or better, Portland.

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  108. @M;
    Don't worry, honey. I won't tell if you don't tell.

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  109. Aww Autumn you're so sweet :-p My friend has suggested that Florida Men are either all seriously mentally ill or gay. Lol!
    I'm originally from Philadelphia so I have no issue with the cold. I like rain, but I don't know if I could handle the constant rain.

    Hmm.. Texas. Possibility. I just don't think I could talk my mom into going with me, and I don't want to leave her.

    @M I could probably handle it. I'd probably not like it because I like me some sunshine, But yeah. I'm not so sure how big the belly dance market is up there though. lol

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  110. @Autumn Deal. It's our secret and it's in the vault.

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  111. @Autumn Thank you, sis. It's good to know we have each others backs.

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  112. @M;
    You are a hoot! I can see your sense of humor will keep you a favorite here on Ghost Hunting Theories. I will not tolerate total seriousness here even when discussing the importance of ghost hunting, which is why my ghost hunts start out with a glass of champagne and strobe light dancing so everyone is loosened up, have let their demons out and have appropriately attracted curious spirits. It works like a charm. You do the unexpected, you make yourself comfortable and receptive and bam! Ghosts appear.

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  113. @Autumn You know how to do it! I want to hunt ghosts with you. It sounds like it would be worth the trip to AZ, just to track down some ghosts with you.

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  114. M;
    I'd take you to Tombstone if you want a sure thing for running into a ghost. It's a gorgeous drive from where I am--about under 2 hours of amazing desert. I'd love to take you to Sedona too. It's like nothing in the entire world. All people should go there once. It's an experience I can't describe but your whole body feels it. It's like there is a higher power and he spent all of his freaking Sunday designing that place and not taking a break....

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  115. I'm in. I love a sure thing.

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  116. @M;
    Sounds good. AZ would dry you out from the NW, that's for sure. Hope you can handle 180 degree view of sunshine...

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