I’m about 75% sure someone from this forum paid me a visit at my place of work late last Thursday evening. I did not think anything of this guy, who appeared mid to late 30s, until the following exchange. After not really having much a conversation about anything in particular, he asked me how old I was. I said 36. Then he paused and said something along the lines of “if you really knew who I was, you would probably freak out” Then he promptly left. I’m interpreting that as, if you were to try to identify me at my place of work (and not want to appear obvious) you would probably have the following checklist: black hair, blunt bangs, body matches selfie photo… there are only a few other personal identifiers one could use (without talking about CFA or whatnot). Once of those would be age.
Indeed. I totally was not “freaked out”… who ever you are. I would be truly amused if someone from this forum stopped by. Meanwhile, I will have to make due with boring squares and guys who want their crotch stepped on *sigh* I did mention it before… Club Risque on the Delaware. Place is probably due for some interior remodeling (but what club isn’t)…but we have Laguavulin 16! Also, this is the club where Amber Rose once worked. In fact I can remember her dancing with a mohawk way back when I first started.
Holy smokes! That is literally the only club I know of in Philly. I bought a backpack at that Target for our trip, and joked to my wife that I should go on a “fact-finding” mission in there to look for you.
I think she halfway considered it, but we decided it was stupid to try and find a a girl we didn’t know in a strip club we couldn’t identify in a city I’d never been to.
Oh well. I blew my chance to confirm that KMD really is a girl and not a 40-something Indian dude.
So some weird creeper showed up at the club and you automatically assumed it was an AF member? I don’t know if we should be offended or flattered that you thought of us, or maybe suggest that you find some real life friends. In all probability though, it was probably STL. Yeah, I’m going to say STL.