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About arpeejay

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  • Birthday 04/11/1958

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    Fishers, IN
  • This profile is a...
    real profile.
  • Gender
    Male
  • Orientation
    Gay
  • What are your interests?
    Some favorite sayings: (1) There's no such thing as too big! (2) There's nothing sexier than fur on muscle! I love looking at pix and vids of muscular men, especially hairy muscular men (Thom Austin, woo hoo!) I love reading stories about muscle growth, especially ones that are big on description (and stats!)
  • What are your stats?
    5'10 1/2" tall, 215 lbs.
  • What are you seeking?
    Stories, community
  • What are your dream stats?
    6 ft., 400 lbs., 10% bf!
  • Favorite Stories
    Too many to list so I'll stick with "favorite authors," namely: Anything by Londonboy, Jaypat, BBMikeNJ, of course, plus many others!
  • Favorite Bodybuilders
    Now: Martin Kjellstrom, Brandon Beckrich, Big Ramy, Adam Kozyra. Then: Ronnie Coleman, Kevin Levrone, J.-P. Fux. RIP: Sergio Oliva, Nasser el-Sonbaty, Mat Duvall, Ed van Amsterdam, Art Atwood, Mike Matarazzo.
  • Got Any Fetishes?
    There's nothing sexier than fur on muscle. Which isn't really a fetish so much as it is my eye candy preference!

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  1. arpeejay

    Story -- BOY IN A BAG

    That was a treat, thanks! As one of Jaypat's characters said, "I want to keep my glorious brain intact!" Otherwise I would sign up for a boy bag in a minute! 😂 As it is, I count myself lucky to be a 60 y.o. with a hottie 25 y.o. straight boy as a lifting buddy. Absent a boy bag, it's more than sufficient! PS: Do you know Jaypat's stuff? Awesome writer!
  2. arpeejay

    Not Your Typical Father's Day Story

    Oh, that's right, thanks for the reminder. I was thinking it was the 2nd Sunday but I miscounted. (This year I was just back from the UK / Scandinavia the first Sunday in June and still processing jetlag!)
  3. arpeejay

    Not Your Typical Father's Day Story

    In the States it's the 2nd Sunday in June.
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    Journey with Journals - Part 4 Added

    Looking forward to seeing what happens to Al!
  5. My first official boyfriend was a graduate student at the University of South Carolina. He was seven years younger than I was, tall and handsome in a quirky sort of way and very much smart as the dickens. His baby brother, six years younger than the boyfriend, was an undergrad at Georgia Tech, also tall and handsome and smart as the dickens. The year we were together the BF came over from Columbia and we celebrated Thanksgiving in Atlanta with the baby brother. It was quite enlightening. My brothers and I are so close together in age (at one point my mother had three little boys under the age of three) that our sibling rivalry was intense in the extreme and our father's alcoholism didn't help matters. As is the case in many families like ours, we were all assigned roles, regardless of whether they were wanted or fit, with the inevitable conflicts. The BF and his brother were also sons of an alcoholic father but they were six years apart in age so they didn't have the sibling rivalry. In fact, as far as I could tell, they were each other's best supporter and cheerleader. They were clearly, cheerfully smitten with each other. And the four days I spent with them (and occasionally the baby brother's girlfriend) they never, ever touched each other. No hugs, no pats on the back, no arms around the shoulder, no tousling of the hair, nada. Finally, on the last day it was time for the boyfriend to go home and the four of us (me, the BF, the baby brother, the GF) were all standing in the parking lot of a pizza joint, about to go our separate ways. The BF and his brother stood about six feet apart, arms crossed, smiling at each other, and talked and talked, clearly not knowing how to say "goodbye" to each other. Finally, I couldn't take it any more. "I had a GREAT weekend I announced," then... I hugged the BF. I hugged the baby brother's GF. I hugged the baby brother. BAZINGA! It was like light bulbs went on over their heads. The BF hugged the baby brother's GF and THEN, finally, at long last, the BF hugged his beloved baby brother. The GF just looked at me while they were doing so, and nodded. She knew what I had done. I'm fairly certain that was the first time in their lives they had actually ever hugged. But I'm pretty sure it wasn't the last. And, even though he had been dead four years, long before I came out, really that was my father's doing. For all his faults, he was never shy about being physically affectionate with his sons. We received hugs and kisses and petting and tousling and rough-housing to the Nth degree. As far as I can tell that was true of my dad's upbringing as well. When my paternal grandfather came to visit, he greeted his sons and grandsons with a hug and a kiss on the lips! Same with my father's brother. And I had never really thought anything of it until I met the BF and the baby brother. It was only when I was standing there staring at them, six feet apart and arms crossed, that I finally realized my dad had given me a gift that isn't given to most American men. So, thanks Daddy-o, Here's to :: Hugs ::and Fathers who know how.
  6. arpeejay

    The Visitor

    Mountainous Herculean Stupendous Gigantic Mind-blowing And then there's the old comparison trick: "His lats would put a 747's wingspan to shame..." "His delts were the size of beach balls -- if beach balls were made of granite!" "His upper arms were bigger than the average guy's waist!" But believe me, your descriptions do NOT need improving!
  7. arpeejay

    The Visitor

    I have never been a fan of dumbification but nobody writes better growth scenes than you do! 😊
  8. arpeejay

    Real Life Bullying in Gyms

    Never encountered it and just as well because I am not remotely averse to loudly and directly calling people on offensive behavior. (You do NOT want to take a call on your cell phone when the previews start at the movie theater, NOT if you're sitting within 20 feet of me!)
  9. arpeejay

    Dad’s Changes - Part 1: Pick Up

    Nice work!
  10. arpeejay

    Journey with Journals - Part 4 Added

    Nice start, interesting premise. More please!
  11. arpeejay

    The Librarian - Chapter 4

    Join the club! I do it all the time!I only mentioned it because it is often hard to spot since the words are usually spelled correctly! 😊
  12. arpeejay

    The Librarian - Chapter 4

    PS: I didn't catch any typos but a couple of places it looks like you were in a hurry and left out a word or two (or rewrote and dropped something -- I'm always doing that!)
  13. arpeejay

    The Librarian - Chapter 4

    I thank you! The gay male librarians of the WORLD thank you!
  14. arpeejay

    Unexpected Package

    Outstanding! You will have MANY fans!
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