Porfirio Rubirosa (11") biography

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    The best ever :

    Porfirio Rubirosa's biography :

    http://rubirosaonline.com/revistas-vanity.htm

    I love this guy B) « 11-inch café-au-lait sinker as thick as a man's wrist » said Truman Capote.
    It seems that "our" Ruby was bi...
     
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    Ralexx ,

    Good to see you posting again, As for Senor Rubirosa... yes he was a real period piece, was he not! I first heard of him when reading that biography of Doris Duke. What a character. Thanks for bringing him back up out of the vaults of great stories of the 20th century.


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    I love that closing comment about the pepper mill. :D
     
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    To ask for a Rubirosa is still in use in Paris !!!! :D :D :D
    Besides, he is buried in Marne-la-Coquette... so close to the place where I stay that I thought (of course) about "paying" him a visit. " -- Yo big dick. How are you ?"
     
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    PR sometimes had small groups of women following him around. John holmes claimed that women approached him on the street offering to pay him to have sex with them. Some guys have all the luck.
     
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    To ask for a Rubirosa is still in use in Paris !!!! :D :D :D
    Besides, he is buried in Marne-la-Coquette... so close to the place where I stay that I thought (of course) about "paying" him a visit. " -- Yo big dick. How are you ?"
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    Tell us, does he have a monolithic grave stone?

    Ah, the eternal erection!
     
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    Tell us, does he have a monolithic grave stone?

    Ah, the eternal erection!
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    Actually, Pecker...your avatar would make a nice pepper mill. Wouldn't it break the ice at dinner parties?

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    Hmmm... damn... :shrug: I have been there today and there is NO GRAVE ! It seems that the concession for the grave lasted only 30 years (1965-1995). That means he was at least removed if not totally 'moved'.

    Anyway, it doesn't REALLY matter. Because, well, he is a legend, and legends do no need graves...
     
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