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Back from Drag Me To The River

2021-06-28 01:05:03.153657+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Back from Drag Me To The River. You can tell something about the demographics of a Pride event when the gift bag included two bottles of hand sanitizer, and no bottles of lube. Had fun, but it's hard to get the energy of a good drag show outside.

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#Comment Re: Back from Drag Me To The River made: 2021-07-04 05:55:03.489227+02 by: TheSHAD0W

Glad you realized it was one and not the other.

#Comment Re: Back from Drag Me To The River made: 2021-07-06 19:24:03.694184+02 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, it'd be super uncomfortable to mix those two up.

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