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I like 1, 2, and 4. Can't go wrong with the others though.
Several different ways to interpret this one.
Not sure of your implication. Are you suggesting a double entendre?
It's a line from a song "Garden Party" by Ricky Nelson
It's a rather common phrase from the American vernacular...but I'm sure you knew that .... nothing more - nothing less
I suppose it could have some auto erotic interpretation - if the shoe (or glove) fits ...
The reference to Holy Cards is from Caddyshack
On a more entertaining note - how about that last photo entry - rather photogenic, wouldn't you agree?
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Given the context of the thread, a double entendre certainly comes to mind.
Definitely approve of the most recent photo
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