Sunday, November 13, 2011

FLATUS Show 301 - Stepping backwards into time***206-984-3617***

In this episode: Hello! Flatus Show listeners. Call my number and tell me you love me. I've been busy with theater and my leather mates, but I always have some time for you. On todays episode I am joined by Toppie Smellie and Musing Mark. We chat. I am looking for other recorder pervs in which to play music. So contact me if your are on the North Shore. Check out for exciting recipes. I have an iPhone so if you have one, we can have FACETIME together! If you have any questions, or comments leave them on the blog, email me at or call me at 206-984-3617. Enjoy and thank you for listening.
The Flatus Show 301
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Retro Food Kink
Huberd's Shoe Grease
Toppie Smellie
Musing Mark
Waltham House
Jehovah's Witnesses beliefs
Make Wikipedia articles Kindle friendly
Grand View Inn
Drive-In Cult Classics - 8 Movie Set at about $4 bucks! Wow! And it includes "Malibu High"!
Nil Desperandum
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1 comment:

Mark in Canada said...

Regarding the ladies taking over your leather event, I liked when you said that the one's feminine wiles wouldn't work on you.

I think when a guy is attracted to a woman, he will put up with a lot of bad behavior because there's the promise of some kind of relationship with her.

But when a guy is gay, and that attraction doesn't exist, the veil is lifted and the guy sees her for who she really is.

I'm sure it's similar with lesbians and men: there's no attraction so they are left with the real guy.

So when gay guys are accused of hating women, I think it's just that their wiles don't work on us and we see them for who they really are, which can be either heartening or off-putting.