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Thanx for sharing the info, Mel


The kiss surprised me, but I found it delicious and hoped it would never end. Blast, I'll just have to go see the movie again, eh? :)

Thanks for your review, I agree completely! And no straighties in my theater said a word! Very good crowd!


"We are not disgusted with straight sex"

Speak for yourself. :)


Man, what a speech you gave «over there»... I am positively stunned and at the same time incredibly proud of having met you. Be happy and successful! You deserve it indeed! :-)


... And you rested your case. Ovation! Couldn't agree more with both the argumentation and its couse!
It has to be hilarious: a gay nascar driver reading Camus behind the wheel?! (lol)
I'm looking forward to watching it!
Btw, the Romans were so right: «ridendo castigat mores». O so right they were...

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