casnimot wrote:I confess to finding this "BM spirit" a nebulous and doubtful thing, as I seem to have no faculty for defining it.
tempest wrote:Confession: The new e-playa makes me uncomfortable. Why can't I be slack and comfortable in my old ways?
Hey Halo Joe, thanks for the great conversation on the periphery of the meet n' greet. I stopped by the Glom later and leafed through sadistic magazines, what a great camp.
tempest wrote:Hair masocism? One of my favorite types of pain..hehe.
Halo Joe wrote:tempest wrote:...did y'all ever notice how we just keep on learning about each other through the e-playa?
it feels so sterile
tempest wrote:Jane, I liked your comment about being the way you used to be. I could really tell what you meant by that. I think you're probably a lot worse behaved than I am though still.
tempest wrote:The new e-playa sucks, it feels so sterile and without the old dysfunctional soul!
tempest wrote:Halo, you know that I pictured you to be the complete opposite who who are you really are in real life. Some older lenin look a like, nerdy guy. haha!
Jane Eric wrote:I confess I let Don talk me into being spanked at The Glom for being so bad to all our passengers. I confess I didn't mind a bit when he dragged me over there. It made the ride up the chair for a view of the playa a rather warm experience on the arse. I further confess I think I'd like to do it again.
curtis wrote:i gotta confess to having developed a huge crush on a gate girl called 'the mole' after volunteering for a weird and wonderful half-shift at the gate on my way into the City this year... only to have glimpsed her just one other time the whole week! ah, next year.