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    Lightbulb Retirement.....

    That's a saying "there is no such thing as a never ending dinner in life, and no matter how good the foods or the companies are, or how much you enjoy it, it still has to end somehow". I met a lot of interesting people in this hobby through out these years, and had a lot fun and great memories. I have met a lot and done a lot even though they were not all REVs on here. Some of those experiences included dating/being in a relationship with a couple SPs for years. But now the right time has come to say farewell. Just like the dinner had finished, and it is time to leave....

    Though I was fortunate to meet some of the best SPs in this field but there was a void/empty feeling inside that still could not be filled by them or this hobby. Sweet Brooklyn is the real pinned up girl that all men dream about. She has such sexy and nice legs! Saffire is the real gem that would redefine the meaning of the MLE/GFE/PSE. You guys are going to be luck out with this one! Too bad that I missed Jude, and Cindy in Seattle or Alexia but you can't always have the cake and eat it too. I also met quite a few ladies in addition of the ones above but those are the ones that had left me with special fond memories for many years to come.

    Recently, I've met a gorgeous woman who was able to fill that void/emptiness inside me. She also fell head over heels with me as well. With that said, I think it is a great time to move on and say goodbye to this hobby and group of people that I met off here. I wish you all good luck and happiness on your journeys.

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    Take Care!

    I hope things workout for you and your lover!

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    Your Friend,

    Hamster

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    I'LL KILL YA ALL!! hitrack's Avatar
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    Later BL. You'll be surprised how fast your bank account will rise back up!!
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    Wink I am so glad we has this time togther...

    Hey blondeluver...

    I better not see your ugly face on this site again. If you have met someone that has filled the void in your life, you better make the most of it. And not look back on this site. It is a silly place to live. And emptiness is the reward for this hobby. Hopefully all of us hobbiests and the woman we truly wish to find will converge to something really special. Some have better chances than others. I am growing tired of this hobby. But I am wondering if it is an addiction more than a fleeting hobby. I have enjoyed most of my experiences. I will try to promise I will post accordingly. And likely there are more to come. I wish you all the best. I seek what you have found.

    You have broken this silly habit for good I hope. Do not return. Do not look back. There is no Love in this hobby...it is intimacy between two people...or maybe three...depends on your preference....but anyway...I digress.

    I would agree though...this hobby can leave you wondering what the hell are you doing with your life? Try to remember it was fun while it lasted...but you have risen above it. It is the best of times....it can be the worst of times...such are relationships no matter what they are based on. We stumble through this short life we have...and try to find Love. In between we find comfort and intimacy...but we all need the Love of another. It is what makes us human.

    I hope we all find what we want here. Love the one you're with.

    Take care.

    My search continues...

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    Good luck for your retirement. But do you think you can really retire? OR you are just a Terminator and say "I'll be back".

    If you can really retire, you may tell Hamster how as he is looking for a therapy for pooning. ;-)

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    Cariņoso; Affectueux !!! oberon1999's Avatar
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    Good luck,,, enjoy life..

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    Thanks for all the kind words Bro... it has been fun and such an experience to be in this hobby, and chatting with you all. It's like a small community and I like the warm feeling of people watching out for each other.

    2Cums : thnx bro.. always enjoy reading your posts. Did you find any new gems lately?

    Squirrel : Good luck to you too. You are a very kind and humble type of guy. Are you into Buddhism? If you are, then look what Buddha had to say about lust and eternity.

    Hamster : You take care too! Your revs always gave me a good laugh! Keep it up for the rest. I met my partner through Personals and yes, it works.

    Hitrack : I'm not too sure about the bank account situation. lol.. Dating/having a real g/f doesn't necessary mean it is cheaper than the hobby. Especially if you spoiled them a little, like what I do. lol... It's the "romance" and "cuddling" parts that I missed most in a relationship. Because those comes naturally with a relationship, and well, money can buy them too but they don't last long enough unfortunately. Bandage fix is what I called them.

    bobsled : Thanks for all the kind words. I too, hope you find your woman and love soon. I had tried to retire before but came back eventually. It was not the best timing or maybe it was not meant to be yet. Everything happened for a reason in life, and I believe that. But this time would be a "one way ticket" for me, and hence why I wanted to be with someone really unique and sophisticated for the one last time, so that I could leave with a good memory and a "been there, done that..nothing else to miss" smile. Saffire gave me that memory and smile and for that, I greatly appreciated. Like she said "the sun setting symbolized my retirement on this hobby" and that was a great analogy. It was a great sunset too that evening. Don't look for "love" too hard bro because it came at the time you are not really looking for it. Enjoy your present and don't stop looking either. All the best to you!

    hk9999 : It would be a "no return" ticket dude. I don't have a cure for Hamster because the cure is in his own hands. Oh, I didn't mean the palm sisters either. lol.. I am sure he will see the light at the end of the tunnel one day.

    oberon1999 : Take care bro and I always enjoy your thoughtful posts. Keep it up!

    If I am really itching to return, it will be REVs of good restaurants, places to go....etc. haha.... Good luck everybody.

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