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Offline AshSimmonds

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And you were expecting what exactly????     :tilt:

Plans and expectations were indeed divergent.

I'm conducting this poll across a bunch of social media - trying to see which one reigns supreme for answers...




Offline mondi

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Well they are at 21 aren't they but they aren't old enough to realise MILF is actually a compliment unless it's from a toothless hillbilly who would root a goat if he had half a chance.


When did you meet Ash?????






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Offline dodger

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Plans and expectations were indeed divergent.

I'm conducting this poll across a bunch of social media - trying to see which one reigns supreme for answers...

You watch iron chef ?




Offline dodger

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ok  -

Sugar Glider


These popular little marsupials from northeast Australia weigh no more than about five ounces. Their lively and curious nature helps them to bond easily with humans. Unfortunately, they’re also social and nocturnal, and want your attention when you can’t give it — at night. For that reason, it is recommended that you keep at least two.
Owners should also provide an environment with branches or vines to satisfy the sugar glider’s desire to climb. Additionally, their diet is a subject of some controversy among vets and nutritionists. The only agreement between these parties is that the diet should include protein, insects and various vitamins and minerals.



Offline AshSimmonds

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Offline dodger

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Kinkajou -

Kinkajous are naturally found in the rain forest and are listed as being at "lower risk" by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. These cute little critters are naturally very affectionate and friendly, which make them particularly popular among exotic pet aficionados.

Kinkajous do have sharp teeth that are designed to eat meet. Yet, the enjoy eating plenty of other common, every day foods such as eggs, bananas, marshmallows, and cereal. It should be noted, however, that Kinkajous are nocturnal and tend to make a great deal of noise after the sun has set



Offline mondi

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Getting closer...


Geez man, not asking for much.....





Possum?????



Offline anotherforumuser

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So youre looking for something like enchantress, heartbreaker, minx or vixen, but classier?



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Kinkajou -

Kinkajous are naturally found in the rain forest and are listed as being at "lower risk" by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. These cute little critters are naturally very affectionate and friendly, which make them particularly popular among exotic pet aficionados.

Kinkajous do have sharp teeth that are designed to eat meet. Yet, the enjoy eating plenty of other common, every day foods such as eggs, bananas, marshmallows, and cereal. It should be noted, however, that Kinkajous are nocturnal and tend to make a great deal of noise after the sun has set


Dodger WTF is with all the nature references -  Yr not going soft on us after all this time?

How about some hard core descripts, reflecting on yr past experiences with the opposite sex   :p





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