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Old 11-30-2020, 06:29 PM   #3801
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Extremely naked? Is she taking off her skin? There's just neked.

But in order to understand better I'm gonna need a few pics to determine if she is extremely naked.
I mean, there's Google. She's a former Playboy Playmate, she has a Patreon and an OnlyFans, and she has a fantaaaaaaastic Nude Yoga video out there as well. So there is absolutely no shortage of her being naked. She's the kind of person who'd probably be naked all the time if it weren't prohibited by law, honestly. And God Bless Her for all'a that.

She's also on Facebook as Sara Jean Underwood, where she's as naked as FB allows. Which is still pretty naked. Y'know how some people look "naked" even if they're wearing clothes? Yeah, she's one'a them. She always looks naked; when she's actually naked that's just, like, Bonus Points.

But yeah man, it's easy to find. This is the first time I've ever given her any money, but allegedly she's not doing calendars anymore after this one and I figure I kinda owed her by now since I've been staring at her nipples for over 10 years for free. It's the least I could do. Definitely look up that yoga video though, man. Like sure, she's completely naked, but she's also super-good at yoga. Which explains why she has such a big ass for a vegan; that and all the hiking.

The calendar's $40, which is kinda steep, but... whooo. I honestly feel pretty okay about it, now that I've got it. There's this one where she's wearing a Wonder Woman outfit with "Strategically-placed" cutouts, and... oh man.
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Aside from ALL THAT, had a good workout at the gym and got caught up with some old buddies I hadn't seen since the gym I worked at shut down. That's always awesome.

...And not for nothin', but since it's me... sure are a lotta f*ckin' hotties at that place.
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Old 12-01-2020, 04:50 PM   #3802
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Yeah, in my experience nobody on either side ever really knows what to expect before they get shipped out, but I mean, those vows aren't supposed to be taken lightly regardless. Like anybody else, I've been dumped, and I've been cheated on, and the worst part in each case was knowing that I was the only one who was ever REALLY 100% involved with the relationship. I never got into a relationship I didn't expect to last and it really bothers me that some people treat it so casually.

Anyways... my Uncensored Sarah Underwood 2021 Calendar came in the mail today. WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO god damn. If I were God, that's how every chick would look. Although some of them would be brunettes or redheads. But yeah, otherwise they'd ALL look like that.

She's extremely naked. Thank God.
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Glad to know I'm not the only one who takes marriage seriously. The fact that so many people treat it as a fleeting prospect, only doable as long as it's convenient, pisses me off. It's not about a piece of paper or a ceremony, hell I got married at the Justice of the Peace... it's about commitment and the idea of spending your life with someone... not just a few months, years. It ain't easy... and can even be bad for health at times... but it's important, as far as I'm concerned.

You know, I look around at some of my friends from when we were much younger, and most of them have either been divorced at least once, or never even made it down the aisle in the first place for various reasons. And then I look next to me on the couch, and I wonder- what are we doing right that none of them did? We've had our share of hard times- sweet goddess have we- but through it all, we have weathered every storm TOGETHER, and have been each other's rocks and lifelines. And I can't help but wonder where the difference is. What are we doing that is so different than the ones who failed, and how hard can it really be, if we made it, even after all the hardships we've faced?
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Old 12-01-2020, 05:08 PM   #3803
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You know, I look around at some of my friends from when we were much younger, and most of them have either been divorced at least once, or never even made it down the aisle in the first place for various reasons. And then I look next to me on the couch, and I wonder- what are we doing right that none of them did? We've had our share of hard times- sweet goddess have we- but through it all, we have weathered every storm TOGETHER, and have been each other's rocks and lifelines. And I can't help but wonder where the difference is. What are we doing that is so different than the ones who failed, and how hard can it really be, if we made it, even after all the hardships we've faced?
You make some implicit points here... Hard times and really leaning on each other for absolute survival, taking care of each other through serious, dire situations, can create a bond stronger than cement. I think a lot of folks who get hitched in their twenties and are divorced soon after or even divorced into their thirties either see a marriage as something different than the ultimate commitment OR they just have never had the opportunity to really have those moments, those difficult times, where a bonding forges something unbreakable. Marriage is hard work and takes real effort sometimes... at times it can even be Hell, but, IF you're able to weather serious storms together, even in their worst times, my experience is that a bond is forged in stone that, even tho it may get put through an earthquake, it won't really ever break. But, it takes work. IF you see your marriage as the ultimate commitment, the one thing you cannot abandon, you have good chances at success.
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Old 12-01-2020, 08:27 PM   #3804
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One of my students got into their first choice school! They worked very hard for it, and I'm absolutely thrilled for them.

It's good to know that the world is still moving forward, despite the crappy times we're all in now.
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Old 12-01-2020, 08:46 PM   #3805
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One of my students got into their first choice school! They worked very hard for it, and I'm absolutely thrilled for them.

It's good to know that the world is still moving forward, despite the crappy times we're all in now.
Good for them. It can be difficult to remember sometimes that the world is still moving forward, given how dramatic things have gotten.
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Old 12-02-2020, 08:43 AM   #3806
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You make some implicit points here... Hard times and really leaning on each other for absolute survival, taking care of each other through serious, dire situations, can create a bond stronger than cement. I think a lot of folks who get hitched in their twenties and are divorced soon after or even divorced into their thirties either see a marriage as something different than the ultimate commitment OR they just have never had the opportunity to really have those moments, those difficult times, where a bonding forges something unbreakable. Marriage is hard work and takes real effort sometimes... at times it can even be Hell, but, IF you're able to weather serious storms together, even in their worst times, my experience is that a bond is forged in stone that, even tho it may get put through an earthquake, it won't really ever break. But, it takes work. IF you see your marriage as the ultimate commitment, the one thing you cannot abandon, you have good chances at success.

The funny thing is, we met in high school as friends ( but not especiallyclose ones), got together about a year after graduation, and then had our (unofficial) handfasting (aka pagan wedding) about six months later. Meanwhile, we've seen many of our friends from back then marry, have kids, divorce, rinse and repeat. But we're still going strong after 20+ years.
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Old 12-02-2020, 11:48 AM   #3807
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The funny thing is, we met in high school as friends ( but not especiallyclose ones), got together about a year after graduation, and then had our (unofficial) handfasting (aka pagan wedding) about six months later. Meanwhile, we've seen many of our friends from back then marry, have kids, divorce, rinse and repeat. But we're still going strong after 20+ years.
Longevity might have something to do with it too, tho many people do divorce after decades. I am proud of you and anyone who can put in the effort and make it last. I love the idea of a Pagan wedding too. That's neat!
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Old 12-02-2020, 12:10 PM   #3808
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Pagan wedding?

Pagans exist? Thought they were 16th century folklore. Well, you learn something new everyday am I rigit?

Must have been nice for a Pagan wedding.

*I just had to include that, my bad, my bad. Lol*
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Old 12-02-2020, 03:30 PM   #3809
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Pagan wedding?

Pagans exist? Thought they were 16th century folklore. Well, you learn something new everyday am I rigit?

Must have been nice for a Pagan wedding.

*I just had to include that, my bad, my bad. Lol*
I know a few girls that are hardcore into the wiccan thing. Interesting people to know and hang out with. Let's just leave it at that.
But the point is that there are a lot of people out in society doing their own thing. Paganism is alive and well in the some circles.
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As an addendum about longevity in relationships, I found this...

Anyway... happy maker: WE MADE Brownies tonight! WHOO!
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Old 12-02-2020, 09:53 PM   #3811
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Workouts are coming along nicely. Seem to be putting some size back on. Hopefully the gut will shrink accordingly.

I started taking Nugenix a couple weeks back to help with that, then switched to Nugenix Ultimate when the first bottle ran out. It does seem to be helping a little bit; I generally do feel like I have more energy and I'm getting through my workouts easier, recovering faster, pushing more weight, all that. It's only been about three weeks and apparently it takes at least that long to start having any noticeable effect, but I do feel better than I did before. So that's good. Sh*t's expensive, though.

Gotta do somethin'. At my age a guy needs all the help he can get. And I really don't wanna have to start getting testosterone scripts from the doctor, but if I wanna wrestle a few more years that might be inevitable anyways.

I'unno, doing alright at the moment. Some "side effects" though; the other night I woke up with a semi that could'a tore a hole in the mattress. A few people warned me that might happen. Boy, does that take me back.
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Old 12-02-2020, 10:25 PM   #3812
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Workouts are coming along nicely. Seem to be putting some size back on. Hopefully the gut will shrink accordingly.

I started taking Nugenix a couple weeks back to help with that, then switched to Nugenix Ultimate when the first bottle ran out. It does seem to be helping a little bit; I generally do feel like I have more energy and I'm getting through my workouts easier, recovering faster, pushing more weight, all that. It's only been about three weeks and apparently it takes at least that long to start having any noticeable effect, but I do feel better than I did before. So that's good. Sh*t's expensive, though.

Gotta do somethin'. At my age a guy needs all the help he can get. And I really don't wanna have to start getting testosterone scripts from the doctor, but if I wanna wrestle a few more years that might be inevitable anyways.

I'unno, doing alright at the moment. Some "side effects" though; the other night I woke up with a semi that could'a tore a hole in the mattress. A few people warned me that might happen. Boy, does that take me back.
Sounds like you're coming back to what you used to be. Hopefully you used what you had that night. In the words of Jack Nicholson, "Never waste a hard-on."
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Workouts are coming along nicely. Seem to be putting some size back on. Hopefully the gut will shrink accordingly.
Turkish getups, man. They pull everything in and the stabilizer strength sets you up to pick up any amount of weight in a variety of positions. Turkish getups with a kettlebell.
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Hah. My back and the 9 months of physical therapy last year say kindly get f*cked with that, sir.
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Hah. My back and the 9 months of physical therapy last year say kindly get f*cked with that, sir.
HAHAHAHAHAHAA

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Yeah turns out wrestling is bad for you. Nobody told me! They said it was fake but I'm still waiting for that to actually start.

Oh, no, wait... the guy who broke me in literally said "You've gotta be f*cking brain dead to do this sh*t." Nevermind!
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Old 12-03-2020, 08:11 AM   #3817
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Pagan wedding?

Pagans exist? Thought they were 16th century folklore. Well, you learn something new everyday am I rigit?

Must have been nice for a Pagan wedding.

*I just had to include that, my bad, my bad. Lol*
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I know a few girls that are hardcore into the wiccan thing. Interesting people to know and hang out with. Let's just leave it at that.
But the point is that there are a lot of people out in society doing their own thing. Paganism is alive and well in the some circles.

Ah, yup! We Wiccans are alive and well ere in the 21st century, and we are everywhere. I myself am Wiccan/Celtic Shaman, which means I basically follow the Celtic deities and shamanic practices of that culture, though I also mix in the Greco-Roman pantheon and occasionally a few others as need arises. Particularly fond of Bastet, she's easy to call on and quite responsive. Plus, it doesn't hurt that I'm a cat person anyway, lol.

Oddly enough, another one I seem to have an affinity for is Anansi. I get along well with spiders, enough so that even the venomous ones will leave me alone even if they are on me. It's happened a few times, look down and spot a recluse on my arm or hand, and it just ignores me completely. Not saying I let them do it, but I live in a region where they are very common, so.... But apparently Anansi has declared me spider-friend, so they don't bite.
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Sounds like fun. I myself had intended to go out for a little grocery and gift shopping, but the stomach decided to have other plans to stay home. (At least it's not a work day...) And now that sees to have finally settled I know the store I wanted to hit is probably already too crowded to bother with. Grr.


Happy maker... uh... putting Christmas lights on the front window and Dollar Tree actually had the suction cup hangers -- I haven't been able to find those anywhere else! -- so hopefully they'll hold and not come off.
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Ah, yup! We Wiccans are alive and well ere in the 21st century, and we are everywhere. I myself am Wiccan/Celtic Shaman, which means I basically follow the Celtic deities and shamanic practices of that culture, though I also mix in the Greco-Roman pantheon and occasionally a few others as need arises. Particularly fond of Bastet, she's easy to call on and quite responsive. Plus, it doesn't hurt that I'm a cat person anyway, lol.

Oddly enough, another one I seem to have an affinity for is Anansi. I get along well with spiders, enough so that even the venomous ones will leave me alone even if they are on me. It's happened a few times, look down and spot a recluse on my arm or hand, and it just ignores me completely. Not saying I let them do it, but I live in a region where they are very common, so.... But apparently Anansi has declared me spider-friend, so they don't bite.
LOL that's cool. I mean... that's not my thing but I don't frown on your thing at all. Although I will say that historically I seem to get along with Wiccan women more readily than their male analogs.... for.... reasons. And leave it at that.

On another note, man I've got stories about Brown Recluse. The things I've seen first hand with those.... don't mess with them, it's not worth it.

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