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  1. The way they use the ø isn't to change the sound. It mimics the appearance of the cover art used some of the time. Don't believe it's my browser, I tried to embed it...let me try it this way
  2. twenty øne piløts - Chlorine https://youtu.be/eJnQBXmZ7Ek I haven't mastered the art of embedding videos
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    Kill The Dog

    I have this image of a bunch of author's pets hiding under the bed right now 🤣 Great article Comsie!
  4. Great ending Coms. Why the hell didn't anything like this ever happen to me when I was that age? Oh yeah... closet and stuff. LOL! Thanks for sharing this with us!
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    Shared Blankets

    It's funny, I think so many of us have that "...and then moved on..." experiences in our past. Remembering them is bitter sweet no matter how many years come between today and then. This story really captures that "Well, that just happened." moment that we all have in awe of what we either didn't expect to happen or had hoped for but thought that hope was for the impossible. Thanks for sharing it with us
  6. How many times do we need to mention how old all this is before it stops sounding unreal?
  7. Hehehe, yeah. From way back it was something that I was convinced everyone did. You know, compare and brag. The earliest example I can come up with was with a couple of cousins. We had some bet going who was the biggest and to record the results, we put our measurements of them on an etch-a-sketch "Measured line to represent graphically". How's that for record keeping? The weird thing was that we almost got measuring ourselves right without an internet to "Google" how to. Had to be hard, duh, but we measured along side instead of from the abdomen along its upper side. It was in fun and gave us
  8. Tough question because it can mean different things for different people. Sure a crush can open the door, and it may take opening X number of doors before you find one that you just feel you "HAVE" to walk through. Your question is, how do you know which one? For me it involves having a sort of "Ah-ha!" moment. When I realized I had gone from the "Man, I hope he likes me" and "OMG, he's so cute" to "I don't want exist without him." Which sounds a little dramatic but, you really begin to realize that there is a truth to it. And I'm not talking the "I'll just die without him..." tragic kind of s
  9. I love how this story just gives you a smile and a sigh, no matter what... "K, see ya then." And with only a brief pause, I said, "I love you, Jesse." He melted. "Oh wow...I love you too, Tristan. I love you so much." "Awesome..." I whispered. "See you tomorrow, k?" ...this chapter is no exception *HUGZ*
  10. I have always used the saying “I’ve worn the mask for so long that I don’t know who I am without it anymore.” which sucks sometimes. I did learn to open up and vent the side I hid from the ‘real’ world in online communities that I had started to find and eventually created as time went on but even that isn’t entirely who I am. Put the two together and I think you just might find out who I am as a person overall. On a scale of 1 to 10, I’m about a 4 in real life. I don’t express to anyone who I think is cute or hot, even to the hand full that know I am gay. I have known from a seriously yo
  11. Oh wow, I just watched that tonight on my way home. It was really well done! They are looking for support To start doing larger projects so hopefully we’ll see more
  12. “That felt like a man slap, didn’t it?!?” OMG...
  13. That was a great podcast and I think the topic was very tastefully done. Hyper92 picked out the highlight that echos through my mind after it all and it isn’t something that was unknown, just unsaid. It’s the double edged sword that we have always battled. “How can people accept us if we can’t accept ourselves?” Not as easily accomplished as it would seem. Being gay in and of itself back in the 80’s and 90’s was reason enough for most of us to stay in hiding but add to that your new found sexual attraction in school being toward same sex peers and then not having that attraction age with you.
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