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    Melony@Eden

    My first visit to the new Eden today: I was promised a "sweetheart" over the net. She was indeed delivered.

    Melony is advertised as either 21 or 22, depending where you look. She is actually late 20s. She is fit like hell: apparently only 2 belts away from a black-belt in karate.No joke. I begged her "no S&M"! She could kick my ass! I believe it. Abs that I would kill for! Also enhanced, but among the best I have seen.

    But she is so easy to talk to: she wants to please theguys and do what they want. DUH! Now thats sesrvice! She is amongst the best BLS I have ever experienced! GFE/DFK ETC, Im running out of letters.

    Without going into details (Like the HIP, this turns out not to be productive since each girl estabilshes her own connections with her date) this girl declares that she intends to please. She was completely receptive to all of my (pervert) desires. Miss GoodWrench!

    Final rating: 8/9/9

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    Why thank you Alberta Bill that was sweet! Melony sends her thanks too! Youve put us in such a good mood here at Victoria's Eden, we really want to share the excitment with everyone. So how do you suppose we do this? Hmmmm? How to share....well everyone likes a quick nooner..........hmmmm........ and we do have some pretty cute ladies.......and..... Ive got it! How does a 20 minute in call special sound to you boys? Well if I were one of you fine fellas and had $80 burnin a hole in my pocket, Id give us a call between 11am and 2pm Monday through Friday and see how we can make your day a little brighter!
    http://www3.telus.net/victorias-eden 383-3641
    See you soon heehee!
    Last edited by Luscious; 05-27-2003 at 05:43 PM.

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    So Melody has killer abs and a great rack... yet her pics show her all covered up!

    Seems like she is not advertising her best features.

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    Ah its like looking at all those presents under the tree at xmas! You'll have to wait and unwrap them......

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    I followed your link Luscious ... nice page however I have a small suggestion ... the agency may find a good digital camera to be a well directed investment when they can afford it. many of the pics in the portfolios are very grainy. I'll have to check the agency out when I'm not broke. lol It's nice to see a new agency in town. Frankly I have had bad experiences with all the old ones so I've only been do'n independents for quite a while(2 or 3 years). 8)
    No-Dachi

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    No guys the camera is fine, its holding it steady that's the trick (no pun intended..... ^_^ )

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    What is the camera equipment at VE?

    What kind of camera does VE use? How come you just don't buy a cheapie tripod?

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    Sometimes it goes over their heads Pandora

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    Talking

    Yeah, but who says I was making the joke for their benefit??? I make known facts to those who are willing to see them. A blind man will not see no matter what you do, y'dig?? They use a standard digital camera. I don't know why they don't use a tripod, all I know is that my right side is my bad side and I was having a bad hair day.

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    oh i was told that you shave ....

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    Cute.....

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    VE camera is crummy digital?

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    They (VE) use a standard digital camera.

    No self respecting photographer would use a digital camera for SP photos. Its convenient but a film camera is loads better.

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    Yeah, I agree. I do alot of b+w in my spare time. But its also too much of a pain in the keister to develop then scan them. (or even to transfer via cd-rom)

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    Shooting a SP.

    B+W to shoot a SP?
    For a SP, I would use NPS, or if you are on a budget then I recommend NPH.

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    What is NPS and NPH??? I don't know all this board jargon yet, so please enlighten me. As for b+w for an SP....Personally I like it. It is a timeless classic way to photograph someone. Plus b+w helps to even out blemishes and make the eyes and teeth stand out more. Its just a profitable hobby for me, and I don't intend on taking pictures of other SPs. If they want b+w, they can go get some b+w film.

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