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#263809 Bed pics

Posted by JoelR on 21 February 2021 - 03:27 PM

Sunday slumber

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#263807 Suck Thread

Posted by JoelR on 21 February 2021 - 03:25 PM

Not quite a full suck, more like a taste :)  

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#263806 Undies - in or out of them

Posted by JoelR on 21 February 2021 - 03:24 PM

Bulging Undies

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#263702 Jockstraps & Underwear

Posted by JoelR on 06 February 2021 - 12:15 PM

bumping this thread with a very bright green strap  :rosslick:

Obviously a safety harness against rough physical hazards  :lol:



Muscle hunk in a perfect pair of tighty whities

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#263701 Ladies & Gentelman, the President of the United States

Posted by JoelR on 06 February 2021 - 12:13 PM

‘You just can’t make this stuff up’: Screen Actors Guild gives ‘terse’ two-word response to angry Trump letter




The Screen Actors Guild has released a brutal official statement in response to Donald Trump’s bizarre resignation letter from the union after it was ruled he broke their guidelines.


On Thursday, the former president wrote a letter of resignation to SAG-AFTRA’s board after the union threatened to revoke his membership for his role in inciting the Capitol insurrection.


The brash correspondence quickly garnered attention as the president angrily cited his on-screen career highlights and impact on the industry in characteristically immodest language. In the letter shared by the actors guild, the president announced his “immediate resignation from SAG-AFTRA”, saying the union had “done nothing for" him.



On Thursday, in an official response to the somewhat comical letter, the guild responded with the blunt two-word statement: “Thank you".

#263700 Sad news

Posted by JoelR on 06 February 2021 - 12:10 PM

For an actor who got his start in television in the early 1950's, to his career making role as Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Dr. Sherman in The Spiral Staircase, the emperor in the campy sci-fi Starcrash to General Chang in Star Trek:  Undiscovered Country; Christopher Plummer's career has run the gamut; and, at age 82 won the Oscar becoming the oldest person ever to win one.  He has passed away at age 91  :big cry:   :big cry:   :big cry:   :big cry:   :big cry:


Christopher Plummer, Oscar Winner and ‘Sound of Music’ Star, Dies at 91 (yahoo.com)


From his IMDB page:


"Two years later, the first paragraph of his obituary was written when the 82-year-old Plummer became the oldest person in Academy history to win an Oscar. He won for playing a senior citizen who comes out as gay after the death of his wife in the movie Beginners (2010). As he clutched his statuette, the debonaire thespian addressed it thusly: "You're only two years older than me darling, where have you been all of my life?"

Plummer then told the audience that at birth, "I was already rehearsing my Academy acceptance speech, but it was so long ago mercifully for you I've forgotten it."

The Academy Award was a long time in coming and richly deserved."

#263608 A Lesson in Fractions

Posted by JoelR on 19 January 2021 - 11:25 PM

A math teacher welcomed a new French exchange student into her class and then started teaching a lesson on fractions.

The French exchange student raised his hand and said, "Excuse me Madam, but I don't know how to say fractions. How do you say those?"


"Easy," said the teacher, "you just say the top number and then the bottom number is read as an ordinal number. For example, 2/3 is 'two-thirds', 3/4 is 'three-fourths', and 2/5 is 'two-fifths'."


"Thanks, I understand, "said the exchange student.


"Good," said the teacher, and then asked the student, "so how do you say 4/8?"


"Should I reduce?" asked the boy.


"That would be best," said the teacher.


"One-second," said the boy.


"Take as long as you need," said the teacher.


#263607 Shutdown of Parler

Posted by JoelR on 19 January 2021 - 11:23 PM

I'm curious if anyone on TR has any thoughts about the shutdown of Parler, a far right social media platform? 

#263483 Merry Christmas.

Posted by JoelR on 29 December 2020 - 03:05 PM

Merry Christmas to the TylersRoom community!  

#263355 Merry Christmas.

Posted by JoelR on 06 December 2020 - 11:07 PM

Wow I'm impressed, you guys have had a Christmas thread since 2009 -- congrats on over a decade of holiday tidings!


It's still a couple of weeks early, but wanted to wish everyone a Happy December



#263338 Hi Tyler - Email to you

Posted by JoelR on 02 December 2020 - 09:26 PM

his allure has been trickling for a very long time... trust me, it's worse once you have a peek at his yummy pecker. :love3:


I like his rump



#263337 And how was your day???

Posted by JoelR on 02 December 2020 - 09:24 PM

So I went for cataract surgery on Monday the 30th.  Had my right eye done.  Amazingly simple and painless procedure.  Took about 10 minutes if that long.  Home within an hour. Some minor soreness and stinging that ibuprofen took care of and in 24 hours the corona haze and blurriness receded and by Tues. at 10am I had 20/20 distance vision in that eye. I'm using pharmacy reading glasses until the eye finishes stabilizing and I can go for new prescription glasses for reading etc. While there was a procedure to negate the need for a lens for the right eye the left eye will always require a corrective lens.  Plus Medicare doesn't cover astigmatism correction and my medical supplement would have required a $2000.00 copay for this procedure.  I've worn glasses since I was twelve so the cost benefit relationship just wasn't there for me so I went for the monofocal lens. What's cool though is being able to watch tv without glasses and be able to read  the c/c from across the room without glasses or tilting my head to accommodate my lenses. I gotta admit I was terrified going in as the consequences of a fuck up would have been catastrophic because my left eye is kinda fucked to start with due to a detached retina issue a few years ago.  When I left for the outpatient surgicenter my BP was 127/64.  When I got there it jumped to 199/80 so yeah I get I was a little agitated, lol.  They put you in a kind of mummy wrap so you don't move around, numb the eye, give a relaxing anesthetic iv and while awake I wasn't really aware of much and felt no discomfort or pain.  When I woke up Tuesday and looked out the window of my apartment over downtown and the clarity of the sunrise and view versus before I almost started crying with relief.   If any of you are delaying this type of surgery out of fear of pain or discomfort don't do so any longer.  The results are stunning to say the least.

Congrats on the happy surgery!  

#263326 Firefighters

Posted by JoelR on 01 December 2020 - 02:33 PM

Firefighter of the day



#263325 Covid-19

Posted by JoelR on 01 December 2020 - 02:31 PM

Did any of you participate in Thanksgiving festivities with your family?  Or did you try to stay socially isolated?  

#263324 Light a Candle for Aids Day

Posted by JoelR on 01 December 2020 - 02:29 PM



It's definitely a great point that HIV & AIDS have cumulatively caused far more fatalities than Covid-19, but it's no longer the "topic du jour".  Part of me wonders if it's because it's highly associated with stigma and discrimination, which is incredibly unfortunate.