Greetings from Boston

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by D_Cunningham Cumshipper, Jul 15, 2006.

  1. D_Cunningham Cumshipper

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    I guess the point of this forum is to introduce yourself so that's what I will do.

    I've been reading this forum for a couple years as a lurker and just got the nerve to join and begin posting. I was worried about my privacy, but I guess I just decided what the hell. I'm not sure I need "support" but I don't know since I'm a virgin and the only opinions I have received are the unsolicited ones in the locker room. Not huge, but above-average from what I have read. So here's a brief rundown:

    Age: 23
    Ethnicity: Indian (as in the people from the Asian country not the ones that Columbus met)
    Location: Boston, MA (See name)
    Length: Soft~4.5" Hard ~7" with a hard ruler, but seems like it would be more if I used one of those soft tape measures since it curves up a little not sure what the "ruling" is on that.
    Girth: Hard ~5.25" (Don't even try soft since it gets smaller when you put pressure on it so I figure it's not worth it)

    I look forward to some interesting discussion here. Questions and/or comments are welcome.
     
  2. B_Stronzo

    B_Stronzo New Member

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    Hello Boston and welcome,

    Signed,

    Cape Cod.:cool:

    my partner is employed by Indians as it happens
     
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    Hi Boston!!!

    Welcome!!!

    :tongue: I love Boston for sure!!!:smile:
     
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    Is your native tongue "gudrati"? (I apologize is spelling is off)
     
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    Welcome, Boston. Love your beans.
     
  6. D_Cunningham Cumshipper

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    Actually it's Gujarati and no that is not my native tongue. That's more common for people from northern India while my family is more southern. I don't actually speak any Indian languages as I was born in the US (not really an excuse), but I can understand quite a few, which makes for interesting conversations when I go to India to visit family.
     
  7. D_Cunningham Cumshipper

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    Thank you. I must say that I enjoy your posts even if it appears that you are into more size than I can offer.
     
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    Hi Boston :smile:

    Welcome to the group, from your northerly neighbor. (Maine)
     
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    Welcome, Boston
    Love your city.
    I hope you enjoy the boards.
     
  10. D_Cunningham Cumshipper

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    Thanks for all the kind words and it's nice to see there are so many people here who love Boston. It's a great city except when we have snow storms.
     
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    Yes then there's the race issue, huge unemployment, the issue surrounding the repeal of the Gay Marriage ruling, the cave in of the tunnel at the "Big Dig", and the fact that residents are leaving the city in droves due to the exhorbitant cost of living... (to name but a few)

    But you're right. Focus on the snow.:33:
     
  12. D_Cunningham Cumshipper

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    I don't think the race, unemployment, gay rights issue, or exhorbitant cost of living is much more of an issue than it is in many other cities. The tunnels on the other hand. . .
     
  13. B_Stronzo

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    Okay okay...

    Since we're doing an "Ode to Boston" let's have it in all its prosaic (poetic?) Yankee 19th century splendor:

    The Boston Brahmin Toast

    by John Collins Bossidy

    "So this is good old Boston,
    The home of the bean and the cod,
    Where the Lowells talk only to the Cabots,
    And the Cabots talk only to God."
     
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    No shit. Did you hear about that woman on her way to Logan who got killed?:eek:

    And trust me in this the gay rights issue is monstrously 'more of an issue' because the self-proclaimed "right" is trying to get it repealed. Live it and you'll know it.

    That we were able to get it enacted into law says amazing thing about my fair state. Now it's up to me and www.knowthyneighbor.org to make sure it stays law.
     
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    Since people are actually looking at this thread now, I was curious on measurements. If i use a hard ruler, I come out at 7", but if I use a soft tape measure I come out at 7.25-7.5" because of an upward curve. Not that it really matters in the end, but I was just curious where people stood on which measurement is more accurate (not sure if that's the right word).
     
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    the larger one of course...:rolleyes:
     
  17. D_Cunningham Cumshipper

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    Haha. I guess I should have expected that. At least I'm not using the measurement from the back of my sack like some guys do.
     
  18. chicagosam

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    I think if you post wisely your privacy can be maintained. There are many, who for professional reasons, feel as you do, but are here nonetheless. But, seeing as you are here: welcome to LPSG, Boston1983! Enjoy the site!:biggrin1:
     
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