Yogi

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About Yogi

  • Rank
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  • Birthday 04/15/1976

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  • Biography
    BooBoo's buddy
  • Location
    A large forested area...
  • Interests
    Picnics, ranger taunting, president of the Daws Butler fan club
  • Occupation
    Bear

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  1. Where to keep the supplies?

    One of my favorite providers & long since retired :- ( kept her supplies under the pillow. Out of sight, but easy to reach. Another provider, who was excellent in every way, but who I only saw once, had a bowl of candy at the door, a glass full of toothbrushes in the bathroom and a wicker bowl of condoms on the nightstand... Very tastefully done, but as Bora said, it kind of takes the edge off the "fantasy" part. I mean...ya know...
  2. I wonder if anyone else would find it useful to have an option to display listings for providers tagged as "favorites" in a user's profile? Might this be covered by an plug-in with a little tweaking or by adding, if available, a "favorite" option in the advanced search field? The reason for this request is that, as of about ten seconds ago, there were just under 300 listings (six pages of 50 each) for the past 24 hours. While variety and activity in the community is a good thing, (eh?) I'm not as adventurous as I once was and just want to see what the providers I'm interested in meeting are posting. Thanks for considering it.
  3. Quality massage?

    Might have come up in search results?
  4. Am I the only one who wonders....

    I would prefer if reviews had no "naughty details." I have found that they are wildly subjective. I'm not saying that what happened between the reviewer and the providers isn't what happened. But, I have learned that my experience will be different. Not worse or bad, just different. But, it is tough to not have preconceived notions from a review or reviews. I'm not blaming reviewers. They're helpful and useful -- even if not always popular with providers. I wonder if there is a way to split reviews where the fairly objective, logistical details are in one section, then the commentary is in aonther that can be accessed via a "Read more..." link?
  5. Fair warning to the ladies...

    I think the consensus is that he use of "Daddy" is generally a no go. I think I'm in the minority when it comes to another phrase: "Baby." I know it is very commonly and innocently used -- especially by folks from the south. Yet, it can be a red flag for me. (I haven't spent time decoding why it tends to bug me. I blame Al Davis....) Well, this topic had run its course and I don't think this post is a way to revive it.
  6. All Time Favorites?

    My guy's favorites? I haven't asked him... //goes to the basement// "Hey, Gimp...gotta question for you." (Is that what you meant?)
  7. Insight

    oh, just saw the comment from Phil-anderer. d'oh.
  8. Insight

    Texas is the second-most populated state in the country (behind California.) Per capita, they probably have as many trolls and jerks as any other state. But, the chances of running across one are much greater because there are just more of them. The same would be true with nice Texans.
  9. SWITTER GONE?

    Cloudflare, their host, booted them. They’ve moved to a new provider. “Switter moved to a new content delivery network (CDN), which Assembly Four declined to name for security reasons.”
  10. Is it Time yet??

    I believe the rule, as translated from the original Latin, was: "If you look hot in white, you'll be remembered." So, that should cover when and why to wear white, yes?
  11. Let's Talk About Switter

    So far, it has been a bit of a challenge even getting an account fired up. Many errors on their end. I expect they're dealing with many new users and sign-ups. Patience in the time of change, eh...
  12. Let's Talk About Switter

    From their site... "NEW SIGN UPS: We have noticed that emails are not sending to Hotmail, Outlook, Yahoo, Live.com. Please use a different email provider. We suggest ProtonMail." ugh
  13. Let's Talk About Switter

    Dang. Nothing yet. Not in junk mail either. Hmmm...
  14. Let's Talk About Switter

    How long did it take folks to get the email confirmation to allow log-in? (I'm sure I'm just being impatient as it has been 10-15mins & no sign, but most sites it is pretty instantaneous.)
  15. On Feedback

    I agree with others who have commented that that the best reviews are ones that let you compare pretty objective information -- logistics, accuracy, communications and such. As for reviews that read like the old Penthouse Forum, if they are true, they're misleading in a specific, common way: "Your Mileage May Vary" -- which is a crude way to say all encounters WILL be different. It took me a while to realize that visiting someone based on a spicy, detailed review would likely lead to a disappointing encounter because I was fixated on something that the reviewer wrote (which, again, may have been an exaggeration or simply untrue) and that fixation crowded out any chance of having my own unique (and possibly spicy ;- ) visit. It is a double edged sword. You won't likely experience what the reviewer did nor will you be open to your own potentially better experience. Save the creative writing to Bob Guccione's crew...