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    Proud of everybody's insightful comments. Glad lots of smart people share this passion and are articulate about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdquizz13 View Post
    Proud of everybody's insightful comments. Glad lots of smart people share this passion and are articulate about it.
    Hi pdquizz and welcome to the site. I hope you will become a part of the many discussions. I'm an educator and a professional musician. My real passion is music and writing. What are the things which turn you on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdquizz13 View Post
    Proud of everybody's insightful comments. Glad lots of smart people share this passion and are articulate about it.
    Glad you can join our community. Feel free to walk around (lol). What are your interests/hobies (ABDL and non-ABDL)?
    I'm a 40-year-old married software engineer. I like playing computer games and my most recent addiction is Angry Birds (all versions), although lately, I've been spending most of my free time reading religious materials.

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