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So, what's everyone up to this summer? I am thinking about spending considerable time in a hot tub, dermatitis be damned! :thumbs:


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I live in a condo complex and have an unobstructed view of the hot tub. Sometimes that's not a good thing. Several of my neighbors are not into physical fitness, but they love that bubble button!


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So I guess it's futile to ask if you've seen anything interesting.

LOL. Whoops. ECM snuck in before me. That post was meant for the Empress.

I intend to be in a hot tub with all of my boyfriends at the same time at least once.

With all of your current boyfriends or are you going to do a mix of past, present, and future?


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Oh, just the present ones. I don't have enough room for all of the rest!

I of course will be wearing a demure one-piece and cultivating the air of a literary salon in the tub.

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So I guess it's futile to ask if you've seen anything interesting.

If you define "interesting" in broad terms, yes. Last week, there was an interesting combo...a young gal with big fake boobies, a very elderly gentleman who was wearing pink goggles, and a rather unfit twentysomething guy wearing fluorescent striped speedos. He only had his feet in the hot tub, presumably so he could show off his love handles. The relationships between them were unclear.


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Oh, just the present ones. I don't have enough room for all of the rest!

:lol:

If you define "interesting" in broad terms, yes. Last week, there was an interesting combo...a young gal with big fake boobies, a very elderly gentleman who was wearing pink goggles, and a rather unfit twentysomething guy wearing fluorescent striped speedos. He only had his feet in the hot tub, presumably so he could show off his love handles. The relationships between them were unclear.

For real?! :o


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For real?! :o

Yes, ma'am. The elderly guy w/ the goggles was the most memorable. Pudgy guys and chicks w/ fake boobies (not necessarily together) are a dime a dozen around here.


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I just nudged the one laying naked next to me in bed and asked if he wanted to do some tubbin'. He asked what time it was, and when I replied "11.10" he said, "not yet then." Then he rolled over and started snoring again.

No tubbin' then. :(

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I just nudged the one laying naked next to me in bed and asked if he wanted to do some tubbin'. He asked what time it was, and when I replied "11.10" he said, "not yet then." Then he rolled over and started snoring again.

No tubbin' then. :(

Patience, young lady.


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Received 10-year green card February 28, 2008

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My housemates and I tried to use our apartment complex's hot tub yesterday. They just finished resurfacing it (and the pool!) so they're all nice and shiny and clean. But the other residents have not yet understood that the emergency button does not equal the stop button - and so it had been emergency-shut off. :(

Other things being done this summer - adopting two gorgeous 3-year old cats! :)

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I'll go bubble tubbin with you, Maven.

Awesome!

I will be wearing my one piece.

Other things being done this summer - adopting two gorgeous 3-year old cats! :)

KITTEHS! They won't want to go bubble-tubbin'.

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