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Just saw a couple looking for activity

2023-06-15 20:45:02.287813+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Just saw a "couple looking for activity partners" post that specified "(This is NOT a pineapple 🍍 post)", and... if I'm reading it right, that's an interesting niche to signal that you know about and yet need to specify that it's not about that...

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#Comment Re: Just saw a couple looking for activity made: 2023-06-25 19:04:45.181963+02 by: concept14

I had to get down to the third page of definitions on Urban Dictionary before I found the one that seems to fit this context.

#Comment Re: Just saw a couple looking for activity made: 2023-06-26 18:29:25.813093+02 by: Dan Lyke

My assumption is that it's about not being swingers, which is why, yeah, seemed kinda niche. Or like they know a bit more about the particulars of their midwestern towns than I do.

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