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Eviloutlaw1 58M
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9/7/2020 4:28 am

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The noise...

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Eviloutlaw1 58M
3043 posts
9/7/2020 4:29 am

Have a good one people....

author51 57F  
102468 posts
9/7/2020 4:59 am

Wow my friend what a lucky man you were that night with an old ex and your then wife....xoxo

One can never have enough JOY in their life...

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 9/7/2020 12:34 pm:
Well, it was just the Ex SO at the time though I did get together with the ex after we got home from the trip.. some how for some reason she seemed more into it when we made love that night. Still two woman at the same time is on my bucket list...some day perhaps?

japaneseass 53F  
49864 posts
9/7/2020 5:13 am

oh the good memories, huh??? that was good...yah...

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 9/7/2020 12:31 pm:
Yes one of the better ones from my days as husband.

1seeking1 55F
3245 posts
9/7/2020 5:39 am

Lucky break indeed, I am sure lots of people would enjoy that scenario.

Eviloutlaw1 replies on 9/7/2020 12:29 pm:
Yeah it was, I was lucky my ex didn't have a snit fit either. She could be the green eyed monster at times.

pocogato12 68F  
34891 posts
9/7/2020 6:58 am

Just goes to show what beer on Pennsylvania can do on a hot night

Ps I remember on the way to York having to stop and buy beer in the San Remo Inn [a hotel] at the bar-

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Eviloutlaw1 replies on 9/7/2020 12:28 pm:
Yep noting like a beer on a hot night. It has been only recently since the state has allowed stores to sell beer or wine. We still have to buy the hard stuff at State Stores, or Wine and Spirits Shops as they call them now. We still have beer Distributors around, but you can only buy cases there and they are slowly fading away. Sad really, the end of an era. The whole State Store thing came about after the repeal of prohibition. Meant to keep crime at bay, and bring in tax revenue for the state after the depression.

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