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Old 12-07-2012, 12:38 PM   #4626
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Default Re: Attention Seeker Thread. - Happy Holidays!

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Maria is one of the 5 MTF members I´ve met in real life and I had my first sushi with her
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Genci smoking weed I want to see that

I avoid beer like plague, women get so round near belly from it. Not to mention all these Heinekens and stuff taste like piss. Only once-twice a year I have a traditionally made beer, Polish or Czech, which is 3-4 times more expensive than normal beer in the stores but at least tastes like it should.
Yes I totally agree. That's why I don't drink beer if I can avoid it. It also makes me super bloated so I look really fat after drinking it.

Alcohol: Only if I'm at a party; usually cocktails or gin/tonic.
Cigs: Never and would rather die than to ever smoke. I think it should be banned because it violates Mill's 'harm' principle and is therefore NOT matter of personal liberty anymore. I get so pissed off when I'm walking behind a smoker and his smoke blows into my face.
Drugs: Never.
coffee: 3 times a day unless I'm sick. I LOVE coffee.
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