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Men and coffee

handsome, hunk, muscles, white, underwearThis is for all of you who like strong coffee.

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Peek a Boob

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Saturday morning coffee

Saturday morning coffee ijulian_Much thanks to Julian for this week’s Saturday morning coffee post.

Word of the day: Smooth

handsomeI like to think of my blog as an important, educational site that can help you expand your vocabulary.  Today’s vocabulary word is Smooth

Smooth (/smo͞oT͟H/adjective
Definition: Indicates a gay man who is hairless or shaves his body hair..
Example: You never see smooth guys in Ptown during bear week.

Men and their coffee

Saturday morning coffee

If you want to improve your understanding, drink coffee; it is the intelligent beverage.   – Sydney Smith

Word of the day: Cut

Furry Friday Indpendence DayI like to think of my blog as an important, educational site that can help you expand your vocabulary.  Today’s vocabulary word is Cut.

Cut (/kət/noun
Definition: A man who is circumcised.
Example: Using the term ‘cut’ provides a more accurate description of what many Americans do to male genitalia than the more clinical term ‘circumcised’.

Gay Men Camping group

Boston gay men campingI love Meetup.com, it is a great way to help people connect in a city like Boston where it can be hard to meet people with similar interests.  Although I am most definitely not a camper, Meetup.com had suggested this Gay Men’s group and I thought I’d share for all of you who like to commune with nature.

The group has a camping trip scheduled for later this month in Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, MA on Friday, August 26th. If you cannot make that date, be sure to like the group (see the link below) to get updates on future trips.

Gay Men Camping GayMenCamping.com

The group is described as “New England Gay Men Camping is a social outdoor adventure group for gay men only.  For all active gay male singles, couples and friends who appreciate nature, love hiking, enjoy backpacking, have a passion for exploring and can do without wi-fi and a blow dryer for a weekend. In some cases, no electricity or water. Can you handle it?”

While I don’t need a blow dryer, the idea of no electricity makes me queasy but I’m betting there are a few of you who may like this and want to check it out.