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Well, would you?
Poll ended at Sat Jan 01, 2011 11:09 pm
Yes 81%  81%  [ 108 ]
No 19%  19%  [ 25 ]
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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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Oh, very handsome! And the asparagus? ;)


Alas, I have no pictures of my asparagus.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
PostPosted: Sun Dec 26, 2010 9:46 pm 
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I will do Hovering-Dog as long as Alex Lifeson and Peter Buck are allowed to watch.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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Christ, I just keep seeing the title of the thread and saying, "YES. I would forking do Hovering-dog, damn it. He's cute, especially in his knit hat."
And now I see this new picture? HOT.


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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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So doable. the ladies in Olympia must be insane.


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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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denali wrote:
So doable. the ladies in Olympia must be insane.


i know, right? the injustice . . . it angries up my fists. i mean, he plays the banjo, for fork's sake.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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To end the mystery ... this is the most recent picture I have of myself. I'm not beardy anymore. Sorry, beard fans.

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The dude in my avatar is Roy from The IT Crowd. He's my totem nerd.


I feel ashamed that I've been watching that (and cracking my shiitake up, and have an episode queued right now) and didn't even recognize.


oooops.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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denali wrote:
So doable. the ladies in Olympia must be insane.

But he's beyond "doable." He's adoable. But he's also totally relationshippable. I mean, if he's not commitment-phobic.

Are you commitment-phobic, hoveringdog?


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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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denali wrote:
So doable. the ladies in Olympia must be insane.


I hear there are lots of lesbians in Olympia.

They might not all be as willing to donate their gold star as I am.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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acr wrote:
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eta: aaahhh I wrote "adoable" and I meant to write "adorable." I'm leaving it. Parapraxis?

Adoable might be my new favorite word.


it's definitely mine.

As is mine.


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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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hoveringdog wrote:
justNiki wrote:
Oh, very handsome! And the asparagus? ;)


Alas, I have no pictures of my asparagus.

There are the old 'underwear' user image thread photos. MBM or someone else saved copies I'm sure.

The bango playing definitely adds to the appeal.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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I'm starting to feel comfortable with the boardwide sexualization of hoveringdog.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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That's not him in his avatar. He's much more adorable IRL!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bcveen/


I said yes before I even saw that book truck. That's amazing. Is the "Ontario, CA" California or Canada? If it's California I am going to go bawl my eyes out.


California. Inland Empire all my life apart from the five years I was away doing my MA/PhD and the last two that I've been up here.


If I wasn't totally buzzed, I would be a lot more sad right now, thank the bartender and two manhattans for softening the blow. If you are ever back in the IE, please say "hi". There is a new all vegan store in Alta Loma now, not close, but not too far. either. I am an ex-library clerk, miss it terribly.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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hoveringdog wrote:
justNiki wrote:
Oh, very handsome! And the asparagus? ;)


Alas, I have no pictures of my asparagus.

There are the old 'underwear' user image thread photos. MBM or someone else saved copies I'm sure.



Just what are you impying, young lady?

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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Will the jury please note that MBM did not deny that she kept copies of said pictures.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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Vantine wrote:
Will the jury please note that MBM did not deny that she kept copies of said pictures.


if she has them and isn't posting them, she is witholding evidence and obstructing . . . maybe not justice, exactly, but something pretty important.

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So doable. the ladies in Olympia must be insane.


I hear there are lots of lesbians in Olympia.

They might not all be as willing to donate their gold star as I am.


Yeah, and if the sample on OKCupid is any indication, most of the straight or bi women are into polyamory, which I have no moral objection to, just not my thing.

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do Hovering-dog?
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I think your sample selection is not very scientific. It must mean that female that use OkCupid are poly. Not Olympians!

The more important question for the single ladies is would you sext H-dog?

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Just what are you impying, young lady?

That you plan ahead?

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 3:32 am 
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hoveringdog wrote:
justNiki wrote:
Oh, very handsome! And the asparagus? ;)


Alas, I have no pictures of my asparagus.

I think here is your problem. You need some asparagus shots.

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lycophyte wrote:
denali wrote:
So doable. the ladies in Olympia must be insane.


I hear there are lots of lesbians in Olympia.

They might not all be as willing to donate their gold star as I am.


Yeah, and if the sample on OKCupid is any indication, most of the straight or bi women are into polyamory, which I have no moral objection to, just not my thing.

So you answered my question in a round-about way?


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Sra. Nooch wrote:
I think your sample selection is not very scientific. It must mean that female that use OkCupid are poly. Not Olympians!

The more important question for the single ladies is would you sext H-dog?


Yeah, I do think that poly people use online dating more.

Like, I'm still on some mailing lists from my failed poly attempt a year ago and there are posts "seeking partner for my partner" and its just a mailing list.

I don't get trying THAT hard personally...it would seem forced or something.

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Yeah, and if the sample on OKCupid is any indication, most of the straight or bi women are into polyamory, which I have no moral objection to, just not my thing.

So you answered my question in a round-about way?


Fear of commitment is generally not one of my relationship problems. I'd probably have better luck, to be honest, if I played harder to get.

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Since I'm not above objectifying H-dog in the hopes of it getting him a bit of nookie: He has a nice asparagus, especially in a pair of jeans.


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...but do you have Roy's accent???

<3 IT crowd...!

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hoveringdog wrote:
Fear of commitment is generally not one of my relationship problems. I'd probably have better luck, to be honest, if I played harder to get.

Silly, don't do that. I don't understand why people play games at all. This "hard to get" nonsense is just that- nonsense. I'm guessing you were just saying this to make a point, and that you would not actually do that.

idatetattooedguys wrote:
Since I'm not above objectifying H-dog in the hopes of it getting him a bit of nookie: He has a nice asparagus, especially in a pair of jeans.

Stop making me like him more.


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