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    Because of all the hassle associated with escorting in Ireland. I think a Private Gentlemans club would work brilliant in this country. A guy would join for a fee, be given a membership number, and be able to enjoy the services of ladies anytime or place they choose. It would also add security to girls if they only met guys within the club. How about it Patrica. The way things are in this country its taking the whole enjoyment out of the business

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    Quote Originally Posted by maturesasha View Post
    Because of all the hassle associated with escorting in Ireland. I think a Private Gentlemans club would work brilliant in this country. A guy would join for a fee, be given a membership number, and be able to enjoy the services of ladies anytime or place they choose. It would also add security to girls if they only met guys within the club. How about it Patrica. The way things are in this country its taking the whole enjoyment out of the business
    Would suspect this is not legal. I'm guessing it could be considered "organising prostitution" and much as it would give me time to finally write my memoirs, I don't fancy going to jail myself right now

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    Default Mountjoy, here I come…..

    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    and much as it would give me time to finally write my memoirs, I don't fancy going to jail myself right now
    Can I have the “Bottom” bunk Patricia ?, I promise not to snore…
    And I’ll proof read your memoirs if you slop out……Dealio ?…

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    I remember once on Prisoner Cell Block H, something happened to either the men's or the women's prison and so the men and women had to be put in the same prison, but I don't think you ever get mixed prisons in real life... Unfortunately I think a lady's only option in jail is prison guard dick

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    Yeah He would have a captive audience all right I suppose, but our misdemeanors would be minor, right Patricia? …Patricia? …………..Silence speaks for itself I guess.

    I read a book on Muhammad Ali and it was noted on a visit that he made to a really really tough Women’s prison in America in the 70’s that he made a special effort to hug and make a fuss of shall we say the rougher of the prison population and he was asked why he did this by a reporter as all the lookers were falling over him, and he simply replied, “they need a hug to” thought that spoke volumes for the man.

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    There’s always soap on a rope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarterpoundher View Post
    Yeah He would have a captive audience all right I suppose, but our misdemeanors would be minor, right Patricia? …Patricia? …………..Silence speaks for itself I guess.

    I read a book on Muhammad Ali and it was noted on a visit that he made to a really really tough Women’s prison in America in the 70’s that he made a special effort to hug and make a fuss of shall we say the rougher of the prison population and he was asked why he did this by a reporter as all the lookers were falling over him, and he simply replied, “they need a hug to” thought that spoke volumes for the man.

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    There’s always soap on a rope.
    I have more respect for Ali as a human being than a boxer and he was the greatest boxer ever.He is an amazing man.Even now with Parkinson Disease he is acting like a champ that he is.Do you know that this guy, with Parkinson Disease still trains in his gym and still hits the bag?That is a fact.

    What a man,
    Westside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    I remember once on Prisoner Cell Block H, something happened to either the men's or the women's prison and so the men and women had to be put in the same prison, but I don't think you ever get mixed prisons in real life... Unfortunately I think a lady's only option in jail is prison guard dick
    Top dog Bee Smith and Lizzie Birdsworth will look after you in there. Weren't they all lesbians there? They all looked like men anyhow especially that screw, I can't remember her name no not vinegar tits the other one. She used to put on a black glove when she was going to search the prisoners. She looked like a trannie with a bad operation

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    Quote Originally Posted by westside View Post
    I have more respect for Ali as a human being than a boxer and he was the greatest boxer ever.He is an amazing man.Even now with Parkinson Disease he is acting like a champ that he is.Do you know that this guy, with Parkinson Disease still trains in his gym and still hits the bag?That is a fact.

    What a man,
    Westside.

    We have a meeting of minds West, I’m a huge fan of him, read every book I can find. Not really because of boxing, but all that he did outside. I’d go so far as to say I think he is probably the most perfect man that has ever lived, I would not use this term to another man, but in physical and mental/spiritual terms I’d call him Beautiful, and I just love his famous one liners, like

    I whip em’ like I’m his daddy,
    If he keep talkin’ jive, I’ll cut it to five..

    I could listen to those forever

    He spoke pure and undiluted common sense and although caught up in the race issues of the 60’s I don’t think had a mean bone in his body, He said himself he had little schooling but could talk to anyone on anything whether they were dirt poor or heads of state, and the only person who in the same day could walk down Harlem of the 60's or address an Ivy league University and totally entrawl and be loved by both or just talk on the street or address the UN with equal ease.

    Look how he summed up the entire Veitnam War with the words “I ain’t got no quarrell with no vietcong”
    He was vilified for refusing the draft but was proved right years later. And why should he go thousands of miles away to fight for freedoms that were denied him at home, Even winning an Olympic gold medal did not warrant him being served in a restaurant on his return home when he famously threw the medal in the river.

    He had time for everyone, even when training for a title fight in his training camp in a remote area a hobo arrived one day and was told to leave but Ali intervened and spent hours talking to him alone and gave him clothes and money.

    Have a read of this, you’ll find more wisdom and sense then in any religion or place of learning.

    Muhammad Ali Quotes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarterpoundher View Post
    We have a meeting of minds West, I’m a huge fan of him, read every book I can find. Not really because of boxing, but all that he did outside. I’d go so far as to say I think he is probably the most perfect man that has ever lived, I would not use this term to another man, but in physical and mental/spiritual terms I’d call him Beautiful, and I just love his famous one liners, like

    I whip em’ like I’m his daddy,
    If he keep talkin’ jive, I’ll cut it to five..

    I could listen to those forever

    He spoke pure and undiluted common sense and although caught up in the race issues of the 60’s I don’t think had a mean bone in his body, He said himself he had little schooling but could talk to anyone on anything whether they were dirt poor or heads of state, and the only person who in the same day could walk down Harlem of the 60's or address an Ivy league University and totally entrawl and be loved by both or just talk on the street or address the UN with equal ease.

    Look how he summed up the entire Veitnam War with the words “I ain’t got no quarrell with no vietcong”
    He was vilified for refusing the draft but was proved right years later. And why should he go thousands of miles away to fight for freedoms that were denied him at home, Even winning an Olympic gold medal did not warrant him being served in a restaurant on his return home when he famously threw the medal in the river.

    He had time for everyone, even when training for a title fight in his training camp in a remote area a hobo arrived one day and was told to leave but Ali intervened and spent hours talking to him alone and gave him clothes and money.

    Have a read of this, you’ll find more wisdom and sense then in any religion or place of learning.

    Muhammad Ali Quotes
    He wait hold on one sec.You call him beautiful and say that we have a meeting of the minds?Common now,id hate to break it to you but im a straight male.Ah well lots of other fish in the sea.Only God knows what you get up to but like they say,what happens at the Blackwater stays at the Blackwater.

    Anyway,where am i?Ah yes Ali.Yep he was great alright.He is right up there with all the great such as "The Sweetie" (reg tm) who can also dance like a butterfly although judging from her behaviour in the chat the other night, it would be more like bolt like a lightening.

    Tut tut tut,
    Westside.

    PS thank for your quotes but i dont want to order anything yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westside View Post
    He wait hold on one sec.You call him beautiful and say that we have a meeting of the minds?Common now,id hate to break it to you but im a straight male.Ah well lots of other fish in the sea.Only God knows what you get up to but like they say,what happens at the Blackwater stays at the Blackwater.

    Anyway,where am i?Ah yes Ali.Yep he was great alright.He is right up there with all the great such as "The Sweetie" (reg tm) who can also dance like a butterfly although judging from her behaviour in the chat the other night, it would be more like bolt like a lightening.

    Tut tut tut,
    Westside.

    PS thank for your quotes but i dont want to order anything yet.
    Can't help how you mind works West, nor what your default setting is.

    I don’t mean beautiful in a YMCA way, I mean in a more profound way, not remotely related to Man love. Reach for a higher plain Westie, and you flight will never be fog bound.

    I saw that half the country was in chat room that night, what was the general vibe, was is handbag at 50 paces, pistols at dawn what? Who won? who lost?, was there blood on the carpet or tears on the pillow,

    did Patricia let fly ?, did Westie cry?
    Did Brenda Bitch ? did Paws itch?
    Did Anon frown, did Naom moan?
    Did Highway Slay? Did Carlos……………..toss? (sorry)

    FESS UP FESS UP FESS UP, the Q Ponder is like a mushroom on this, kept in the dark and feed s**te.

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