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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Mandrake » Jan 9th, '13, 09:43



Alfred Borden wrote:Andy Nyman - great condition....


Yes, I hear he looks after himself, eats healthily, gets plenty of exercise etc..... :D

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Lady of Mystery » Jan 23rd, '13, 11:41

Mandrake wrote:you can't go far wrong with Black Lace!


Well if that's what floats your boat

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Lawrence » Jan 23rd, '13, 13:11

Andrew James wrote:what better way to celebrate than to Beat the Wand!


I'm not going to argue with that!

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby bmat » Feb 6th, '13, 16:02

3 ♣ wrote: I then got sucked in, and I'm sure you know how it is, now I find myself fiddling
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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby bmat » Feb 6th, '13, 16:14

MarcMorelli wrote:Hi!

and after a lot of years of practicing I finally decided to do it!... Maybe we can help each other to become better and better.



Not sayin' a thing.

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Mandrake » Mar 8th, '13, 13:58

SpareJoker wrote: It took me a year before I was happy with my technique.

I know the feeling......

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby I.D » Mar 19th, '13, 07:43

Beardy wrote:Giant ID is about 4 packs of cards - ie, 2 widths thick, 2 lengths high


Why thank you beardy!! :oops: Although it was for your eyes only.. now i've gone all shy!!!

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Beardy » Mar 19th, '13, 20:16

I.D wrote:
Beardy wrote:Giant ID is about 4 packs of cards - ie, 2 widths thick, 2 lengths high


Why thank you beardy!! :oops: Although it was for your eyes only.. now i've gone all shy!!!


Those nights on MSN messenger never did go to waste!

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby I.D » Mar 20th, '13, 13:18

haha yeh my MSN buddy.. probably the only one I EVER spoke to.. good times!!

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Johnny Wizz » Mar 20th, '13, 15:05

Rufio wrote: I find a large bulge in my jean highly uncomfortable, especially when sitting down.

Any handling suggestions to achieve this effect whilst factoring in pocket restrictions?


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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Mandrake » Mar 25th, '13, 22:30

Alec Burns wrote:I work in Wimbledon and love just next door.


Now that's what I call job satisfaction :D !

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Lady of Mystery » Mar 27th, '13, 08:14

soveda wrote:the clothing requirements just didn't work for me and I couldn't get it not to flash.


the mind boggles

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Heckler » May 15th, '13, 11:32

CardManipulator wrote: ....I saw a lot of people doing good bottoms with the same grip, my problem is whenever I do a bottom I change my grip somehow .....


A firm grip is so important....

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby just me » Jun 13th, '13, 09:53

Barefoot Boy wrote:The only thing tight about me, is how tightly sealed my sock drawer is.

oo'er

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Mandrake » Jun 17th, '13, 08:51

mr invisible wrote:Sadly have to wait until my wife's out of the house before I attempt anything

Ooo-er Matron....

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