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This is how i met Geoff...

 

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This is how i met Geoff...

 

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:agree: ... but the thread is just a wind-up, right? :unsure:

Click the link and find out!! :quagmire:

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This is how i met Geoff...

 

:rofl:

 

:agree: ... but the thread is just a wind-up, right? :unsure:

Click the link and find out!! :quagmire:

 

Just did, I still think it's a wind up! Surely?

 

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That forum has a grand total of five members and they appear to be all guys. Doesn't sound to me like there's gonna be much "dating" going on there... :yikes:

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:lol:

 

Looks like they might have to indulge in man love ... or would that go against their "sexual purity".

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  • 1 month later...

Same 5 members... a grand total of 57 posts... and no new posts since June of this year. Yeah, this site is burnin' up the internet, all right. :lol:

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So who's going to 'take one for the team' and go on there posing as a young woman hungry for some Christian lurve...? ;)

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So who's going to 'take one for the team' and go on there posing as a young woman hungry for some Christian lurve...? ;)

Geoff? :quagmire:

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So who's going to 'take one for the team' and go on there posing as a young woman hungry for some Christian lurve...? ;)

Geoff? :quagmire:

This would involve no "posing" on my behalf.

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If I weren't such a nice guy, I'd sign up under a different name and spam the hell out of 'em with pictures of gay amputee midget donkey porn :whistle:

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