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  1. Posted September 2, 2009 at 10:57 am | Permalink

    Those boys are amazing.
    You’re doing a great blog, Paige ( paige, right ?? ^^)
    Hug !!! :p

  2. Posted September 2, 2009 at 1:21 pm | Permalink

    High from Holland!,
    I accidentally stumbled in here and am a fan now. I heardof you long before every where on the mighty interweb, and (offcourse) by Josh from Milkboys and finally took a peak.
    I like other creative minds, who have an eye for all things beautyfull in this(and out this) galaxy.
    I have a blog too (been there-done that-seen it-heard it-felt it) about cars, art, photo´s,my view to news, CGI and other video-tools, all stuff about all sorts of design, eighties music and new indie clips etc, etc.
    Take a look in a spare moment if you like, and I wouldn´´t mind even if you´d link me et vice versa, offcourse.
    I have viewers from honduras to Japan.
    Anyways, it is a pleasure, greetings from Amsterdam,
    koenski from:

  3. Paige
    Posted September 3, 2009 at 4:03 am | Permalink

    Benji, thanks!
    Luv all your comments. <3

    KsKi, Hi! :)
    I linked ya.

  4. Posted September 4, 2009 at 6:59 am | Permalink

    Well i thought you would be annoyed by ALL my comments xD
    But its my pleasure to see those beautiful pics !!!
    When i’ll be adult i’ll do some pictures hopefully :D

  5. claude r. simard
    Posted November 30, 2009 at 11:43 am | Permalink

    It’s true, this blond boy has marvelous hair (the picture with his hair flying high is great!); and he seems to be a sensitive kid. But, I would have liked to see other boys from that competition. I think they were all cute boys. Many thanks, Claude

  6. Ronnie
    Posted December 7, 2009 at 1:24 am | Permalink

    It is truly amazing what your posts sometimes bring up from the recesses of the mind. (First of all: love the 5 pictures of the athlete!)
    But the two glowing skeletons at the top of this post brought a flash of memory back to me that I probably haven’t thought of in over 50 years.
    I honestly thought that I never discovered the gay side of my bi personality until I was in high school, but those two skeletons have proved me wrong.
    I remember being quite young and having two of those jointed skeletons on which one can move the arms and legs and head into various scary positions! And now…50 years later I remember bending those bony legs and arms into positions where I could concentrate on and imagine their penises and testicles…for which I had no names yet. I know that all boys are interesting in other male bodies. But I remember finding the skeleton play to be particularly exciting. I felt naughty and excited and realize that waas probably my first encounter with the gay side of my personality. Somehow that makes me feel really good…what a shame I wasn’t wise enough to stage a skeleton 69….now that would have been something.
    Thanks for all your stimulating posts!

  7. Ronnie
    Posted December 7, 2009 at 1:25 am | Permalink

    Make that: ‘all boys are interested’ in line 11!

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