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April 2017

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One of the many reasons I don’t hook up a lot through apps like Grindr or Scruff is that so many guys are on drugs and after a long wired session of intense sex and for me that’s a bit too much. Don’t get me wrong. I like anal as much as the next guy but sometimes a nice simple hookup with a wank and a bit of oral is just what you’re after.

What I have learned in my time that things such as jack off clubs are a thing that exist. That would be a lot of fun. Years ago I went to a party that was a jack off party at someone’s house. It was bout 10-12 guys and while there was some oral that happened at the jack off clubs they have a motto of “no lips below the hips”.

A room full of guys jacking off together really appeals to me. Some of

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In recent months I’ve been chatting from time to time with a guy that I met online many many years ago, right back about the time I started blogging. David is a nudist from the US and he was the first ever entrant to my Public Nudity Challenge, the challenge that got my blog noticed in the first place by a lot of people. It was his shot (above) of him taking a break while washing his car in the driveway that he submitted and got the ball rolling with that challenge. The funny thing about that shot is that it was taken not at David’s place, but at the place of a friend he was house sitting for.

David is one of those people who is not concerned about photos being taken when he’s naked on a beach and he’s posed for a few photographers over the years and I

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Dominic Thiem is an Austrian tennis player
Photos from my recent trip to London.There is an interesting interview with this artist here:http://dutchgirlinlondon.com/2015/02/17/street-artists-unveiled-4-interview-mr-fahrenheit/




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Inverness to Applecross, is than an old nursery rhyme? It sounded like it to me, I'm sure, somewhere in the back of my head. Ride a cock horse and all that. I guess not.

Inverness to Applecross, Scotland. Picturesque, but apparently, it is the most dangerous road in the United Kingdom? I watched a show on the internet. It looked spectacular, but we won't have time to drive the road, but I want to. A week in London and then off to Amsterdam, won't allow us the time to go to Scotland.

And there is a great seafood restaraunt is in Applecross.

Ah the dreams of travelling. You just can't do everything, hey?

It was an excellent suggestion of Darryl’s to head down to Stanley Street for brunch rather than our usual ‘hood. A few interesting places were open, and Bill and Tony’s was packed. We grabbed a table outside at this unfamiliar place (I think it’s been under new management for a year) and while I should have had the coffee, because of its name, I had an Irish breakfast tea. Sometimes lately coffee is jazzing me up, and not in a nice way.

In any case, Darryl said his poached eggs and avocado on toast was delicious, and I have to say my scrambled eggs, with asparagus and bacon, were pretty much perfect. Lots of butter on that toast. Everything perfectly composed. The cafe has a really humble feel but this was a

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