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…and are disappointed that none of you lot pointed out. Namely, that when I wrote this post a month ago, it never occurred to me that I was unconsciously admitting to a desire to be bossed around by handsome bald black men: But apparently I do. Regular posting to resume shortly, now that I’ve got the [...]
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