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  1. A young man was walking along one of Southern California's sandy beaches He suddenly spots this bottle, gets the cork out and out pops a Genie. The Genie grants his benefactor the classic, "one wish" and it will be yours. Being an avid surfer, it doesn't take him long to say, "Would you build me a bridge to Hawaii?" The Genie replies: "Do you know what you are asking for? Do you know how long the bridge would have to be? Think of the enormous challenges for that kind of undertaking. The supports required to reach the bottom of the Pacific! The concrete and steel it would take! It will nearly exhaust several natural resources. And the maintenance of that bridge! No, think of another wish." The man said OK and tried to think of a really good wish. Finally, he said, "I want the ability to intuitively sense exactly where and how to stimulate any woman to give her intense, long-lasting, mind-blowing multiple orgasms every time" After a long sigh, the Genie responds: "Would you like that bridge with two lanes or four?"
  2. Granted, see below. And I want nothing more
  3. I would give you one but I'm stuck in carbonite, lol.... Carry on....
  4. Granted. No more coronavirus But you will be the only person on the planet that has to wear a mask, maintain social distance and get a booster ( with no vaccine in it) every year. You’re a hero. Lol i wish that my life remains substantially unchanged forever
  5. Granted, but you do all the hard work and the clone spends time with the ladies. I wish I live long but never get older
  6. Just sayin https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-boyfriend-day-october-3/
  7. Part II... In and case, humans being humans, the (subconcious) mathematical equation will be: [pleasure of the act.- (perceived probability of being caught x perceived consequences) + cost of cancelling]. So even if arrest and conviction probabilities are really low, it is the perception that will drive the decision. Also, perceived consequences will vary with people: perceived jail or fine or record; family implications (wife, kids, friends), and (like in my case, job and revenue loss... Question 2: don't know. I suppose I would call the sp to find out: deposit amount? Keep the deposit for a postponed session? Full price? There too, case by case: 1st time client, or someone the sp seen before? Etc.
  8. There are really 2 questions here 1. Can you blame? 2. who’s responsible? 1. should be solved by a mathematical equation: [pleasure of the act.- (probability of being caught x consequences) + cost of cancelling] - if the answer is positive: go if the answer is negative: cancel. lol. I have to quit. My phone is dying. Will come back
  9. You do realize that was a joke, right? (And a good one at that)
  10. Holy Holy! First time I see this thread. I click and I see "page 1 of 35". That's a lot of turn-offs for the ladies. lol.
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