What are the types of threads you avoid?

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  1. sensless

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    Curiosity killed the cat!;):D
     
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    Cruelty killed his particular cat :p
     
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    But satisfaction brought it back!
     
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    The type with people being assholes :rolleyes:
     
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    Spam theads.
     
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    The type I have no comment for.... think brain think... be creative.... you can do it :p
     
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    Hmmm,
    I guess I avoid or move on to other threads when there’s anger & tension unless it’s someone nice on here that’s seeming being attacked for unjust or no reason at all. That crap can’t be tolerated :mad: But usually there’s a quick gathering of friends to squash it or defend them.

    No interest in the “ hey , tell me what you’d do with my wife, she wants to know” . I don’t get easily turned off, except by rudeness, arrogance, an disrespect especially toward any of the sweet ladies of SF. :D
    No matter what people’s likes, interests, fetishes and opinions are, that’s no reason to be mean, rude or condescending.

    :rolleyes::D


    I guess I also find a few threads that I find very interesting or helpful, but I may avoid commenting or adding my likes or interest. Usually due to the topic or possibly kinky subject. I’m not as open as some to divulge certain naughty thoughts I have in the darker realm of my head. That seems sometimes more personal an better shared with someone who’d enjoying knowing n sharing theirs. But I do try to indulge, write more often, an not “lurk”. Guess it’s a natural guard I put up, that I try to work on lowering so others can get to know more about me if they want.
     
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  8. MasseurNaturel

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    Yes agree I dislike the "when did you first..." threads they seem a bit of a creepy way to discuss underage sex to me. Also the "Let's see..." or "Post your pics..." forums because I'm not on here to look at photos really I prefer the discussions, and the masturbation forums because it's not something I do. Any forum about massage I tend to read but then feel I should have avoided simply because massage is a main part of my job and some of the things people write just makes me cringe and feel sorry for whoever they massaged. Other than those I enjoy the varied range of topics in the forums.
     
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