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Sex­u­al encoun­ters, total­ly 18 and above, please.

Telephone boy

A very unor­ga­nized post as I write straight from my thoughts. It hap­pens, and will always hap­pen.

It was one of those nights that I was crav­ing to get some­one to top me. Boy friend is a bot­tom, so get­ting that accom­plished would be a rather hard thing to do.

So I turned to Face­book, man­aged to get a few poten­tials and a few phone num­bers. As I was hav­ing din­ner with boy friend, one of the ran­dom num­bers replied to my plea for sex.

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The Popped

I have been want­i­ng to write this since a month ago but pro­cras­ti­na­tion took its course.

It was very first time try­ing out some­thing like this.

It was an invi­ta­tion from a friend to try out Isobutyl nitrite, a relax­ing drug that relax­es the mus­cles.

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Breakfast in the morning

As many know, I am a morn­ing per­son. Well I sleep quite late too but I just wake up ear­ly in the morn­ing to catch the sun­rise.

I woke up ear­li­er this morn­ing, John is still sleep­ing, and I did not want to wake him up.

Pre­vi­ous­ly before we went to bed, I had moved the bacon that I had bought a cou­ple of days ago to the fridge. I took it out from the fridge, and it is all defrost­ed now.

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Meeting someone new

Men­tioned in my pre­vi­ous post, I had met John.

John, were sit­ting beside me when we were at the ori­en­ta­tion hall. While I was chat­ting on MSN, I saw from the cor­ner of my eyes that John was peep­ing.

Well, with­out bad inten­tion actu­al­ly; he was curi­ous how did I signed on to MSN, while the var­si­ty’s fire­wall had blocked almost three quar­ter of the World Wide Web.

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Accident in Chiang Mai

It was this that I real­ized, elec­tron­ic gad­gets and water do not mix.

It was an out­ing that turned out to be a tragedy.

When we arrived at Chi­ang Mai, we want­ed some­thing dif­fer­ent. Peo­ple nor­mal­ly go for cruis­ing, or shop­ping, but instead I planned to explore the wilder side of Thai­land. The jun­gle.

I hired two porters this time. They are both sib­lings, and very well versed with Eng­lish. Despite their age, they are very capa­ble and with the locals rec­om­men­da­tion, must be a very good guide.

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