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I wonder what it's like to have your cock stroked by a legion of iGents on the internet.
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I wonder what it's like to have yout cock stroked by a legion of iGents on the internet.

Oh, good grief. Would all you little girls just relax?
post #153 of 249
I enjoyed Bill's presence. Now, I enjoy his absence.
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Vox simply IS ... one needn't ask whither.
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Vox simply IS ... one needn't ask whither.

Yes, but can we at least know how fast he's going?
post #156 of 249
PSA: Ok folks, in case anyone is still having trouble: (to put an end to this teenage girl nostalgia)

Like many very prolific posters who have an obvious passion for the subject matter, Vox jumped on styleforum and made it his own with interesting commentary and the depiction of his ample, high-end, highly customized wardrobe.

However, after a few years of this, as people's interest in anything ebbs and flows and old guard posters yield to the flotsam and jetsam of newbies, the same questions tend to come up over and over, and the clothing comments in WAYWRN follow a similar tide.

Thus his (quite long-lived, I must say) exuberance for SF finally gave way to endless snark, C-rated one-liners, and the relentless parodying of the Allen Edmonds seconds and other tedious in-jokes. But even this was unsustainable, and so he chose to cease and desist for the moment--with a few small exceptions.

/thread
post #157 of 249
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PSA: Ok folks, in case anyone is still having trouble: (to put an end to this teenage girl nostalgia) Like many very prolific posters who have an obvious passion for the subject matter, Vox jumped on styleforum and made it his own with interesting commentary and the depiction of his ample, high-end, highly customized wardrobe. However, after a few years of this, as people's interest in anything ebbs and flows and old guard posters yield to the flotsam and jetsam of newbies, the same questions tend to come up over and over, and the clothing comments in WAYWRN follow a similar tide. Thus his (quite long-lived, I must say) exuberance for SF finally gave way to endless snark, C-rated one-liners, and the relentless parodying of the Allen Edmonds seconds and other tedious in-jokes. But even this was unsustainable, and so he chose to cease and desist for the moment--with a few small exceptions. /thread
I think you've hit the nail on the head, EBugatti. But all these "sycophant/teenaged girl/cockstroker/buttlicker" taunts are silly, with a lot of them seeming to come from small unhappy people who Vox might have made fun of three years ago. SF is a bar. Most of us spend too much there. There are some entertaining regulars. When one stops coming, we're allowed to ask why, for crying out loud.
post #158 of 249
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The comeback factory called; they want their Comeback Seconds back for recrafting.



there're like 3 layers of meaning in there.
it's like jay-z's triple entendre line (that wasn't actually a triple entendre).
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Thus his (quite long-lived, I must say) exuberance for SF finally gave way to endless snark, C-rated one-liners, and the relentless parodying of the Allen Edmonds seconds and other tedious in-jokes.
/thread

Nevertheless, he really did have the gift of spontaneous wit. Few of us do...
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I enjoyed Bill's presence. Now, I enjoy his absence.

Quote of the year.
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Arrested? Institutionalized? Employed? I really miss him.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Whither?r=1 ... Sigh, the definition is such that anyone who already fails to understand why the thread title is incorrect will likely continue in their cluelessness.
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Though this was quite common with Vox







Lets not forget that he gave us several gems



And though he may no longer be amongst us, his masterpiece still brings a smile to us all
Is that a Cesarean scar in the first photo?
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Is that a Cesarean scar in the first photo?
Maybe the third nipple is a consequence of Spoo's fantasy coming true -- helping women become men since 1969.
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Maybe the third nipple is a consequence of Spoo's fantasy coming true -- helping women become men since 1969.

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No? Would you prefer if it were the other way around?
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