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  1. Graham Masterton's "The Burning" (also titled "The Hymn" for some reason) isn't a great book in my opinion, but I must admit that the unexpected emergence of a key character, whose physical splendor is copiously detailed, turned it into a memorable read for me.
  2. with a friend? Do you really think the bodybuilder doesn't have any worries, uncertainty, doubts when he has to meet a fan in private he knows nothing about? In addition the fan could very well be an obsessive, unstable person difficult to deal with - I'm sure many have faced complicated situations. I think bringing friends won't help. Maybe it's rather about trying to make the man as comfortable as you can, so both of you can have an enjoyable experience. I will, quite soon, for the first time request the company of a bodybuilder (whom I got in contact with already) and I know I'll go for it, and it's not about courage - it's because I don't want to regret not having done so.
  3. absolutely great indeed
  4. I just got to read that thread - about the initial issue, why falling into dramatics. Sounds like you have plenty of elements to try and make a genuine, close friend, out of an acquaintance. Those one-on-one cig breaks are a jump start for this. You won't have sex with him, so be it. If there's nothing else you can think about when he's around, then too bad.
  5. You never met one... and it's far better than you could ever think. Be ready to have your heart trying to beat its way out of your rib cage.
  6. If I can find any clothes of mine that sorta fit, I'd put sunglasses on, and walk down busy streets to enjoy the stares. And when I spot a lonely, shy guy obviously startled and amazed by my looks, I'd walk up to him, lift up the glasses and smile, then ask him for directions or something. Be friendly as can be. If he's fun and smart then I don't know. If he's just polite and/or musclestruck, I'd say goodbye giving him a pat on the shoulder or maybe a quick hug to remember, then move to the next. Of course if I encounter another playful muscle beast plans might change real fast. That would be day one.
  7. Based on responsiveness, accuracy, concision, this has my vote as best answer of the year
  8. Talking about sleazy, once I was out a small train station, there was nobody around, nor on the street. Except for a really big bodybuilder a few yards away, waiting for something. He was all covered in clothes but you could see he was stocked, his chest especially was really protruding. I was late for a meeting so I really didn't know what to do, all nervous of course, still I took a moment to pretend checking stuff on my phone while catching glances. Then he walked in my direction, and to my surprise walked up and talked to me. He held out a cigarette and asked me if I had some light. Not in a flirtatious way at all. I had just lit one for myself. I gave him my lighter, he lit his smoke and gave the thing back to me, thank you. Then I gave it a quick thought and put the lighter back in his hand. "It's OK, you can have it. - are you sure you won't miss it ? - no really, I've got another one, don't worry. - fine. Thank you then." Pause. " Now that I think about it, this lighter was a gift, see, it is a bit like a part of me you know." He stood there with the thing in his hand, wondering if I really had changed my mind, and how I got all sentimental about a stupid, bland plastic Bic lighter all of a sudden. " But since this is most likely the only chance I'll have to get any part of me into your pants, you might as well keep it." I had a wry smile, he had a quick laugh, we said goodbye and I fled.
  9. Now that you mention it, I remember having seen that show too when I toured Universal in the mid 80's !
  10. It is direct, blatant appreciation solely based on the physical aspect of the person. It doesn't have to be sexual. Certainly it can be perceived that way, and probably is most times. But if the conversation gets to last longer, as in the eventuality you are referring to, I tend to defuse this.
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