<BIG>The Thong Wearers Message Board </BIG> is the place for people who wear a thong or a g-string at the beach.
The Thong Wearers Message Board The place for people who wear a thong or a g-string at the beach.
..

ThongBoard Ticket | Today | Join | Member | Search | Who's On | Help | Sign In | |
ThongBoard > Thong Board > Links to thong pictures or videos Go to subcategory:
Author Content
Matt37

Date Posted:07/06/2013 01:55:56Copy HTML

Every once in a while I run a search on my Twitter feed for people talking about or posting material related to thongs. I am glad to say that there appears to be a pretty decent number of guys wearing thongs, as evidenced by some of the photos that get posted. There's even a decent amount of positive comments about them from time to time (though a majority of it, of course, is the teenagers with their "ewww" comments, for both men and women thong wearers).

So I thought I'd post some photos I come across on Twitter for those who might be interested.

Here's the first. This is a woman entering the Lake Compounce amusement/water park. She's clearly wearing a thong with a netted leggings to cover it, and is pushing a stroller. A handful of people were whining about "the children" and the inappropriateness of wearing a thong to a "family oriented" amusement park, but the truth of the matter is that LC allows thong suits. I'm still amazed at the number of people who seem to think the mere sight of a bit of extra butt cheek is going to "damage" or "harm" "the children!"

I don't *think* you have to be logged into Twitter to see these.

http://t.co/K7SNGh2k45
Matt37 #1

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/07/2013 10:03:34Copy HTML

 This is another shot taken by some girl posing with a guy in a thong in the water behind her.

https://si0.twimg.com/profile_images/378800000101620372/2cb0808a304eb8bc459792cff52f7a0e.jpeg

Grabeach #2

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/07/2013 10:33:35Copy HTML

First photo and the linked comments. I know it's typecasting, but would you really expect someone on Twitter named Ashley Marie to have a mature view on anything?
Second photo. Obviously staged to reflect the girl's view on male thong wearers, though I'm not sure what her opinion is. Possibly quite a good photo as it leaves the interpretation up to the viewer. Gee, I'm sounding like an art critic.
Matt37 #3

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/08/2013 01:58:10Copy HTML

 Yeah, I'm posting them not so much for the comments as I am to demonstrate that there are a lot more folks out there wearing thongs casually and not giving any fuck about what others might think about it. I spend a lot of my time responding to people who spout off negative comments about thong wearers (almost universally asking them why they worry so much about what other people are wearing vs. what they're wearing to the beach).
Matt37 #4

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/08/2013 11:26:35Copy HTML

Another gentleman, on an unknown beach.

http://t.co/I04z9HkCCo
Matt37 #5

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/08/2013 11:51:55Copy HTML

 A guy on the Outer Banks in NC, apparently.  Neutral comments.

http://instagram.com/p/bhh0n2htWZ
Matt37 #6

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/09/2013 06:01:55Copy HTML

 Another thong (F) on Seaside Beach (FL)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BOwA_eeCcAE_Gdv.jpg

Matt37 #7

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/11/2013 05:17:50Copy HTML

Man on the Jersey shore. Not sure where specifically, but I know it's not anywhere near Gunnison.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BO6KZDeCQAAPZyu.jpg
Matt37 #8

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/13/2013 04:12:25Copy HTML

 Guy wearing a G-string on a NY beach.

http://instagram.com/p/btlBTRPNPd
Matt37 #9

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/14/2013 12:08:45Copy HTML

More. Unknown where this one's from:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BOnGYMPCQAEXTrf.jpg

From Greece

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BO4Xe66CEAAxwy6.jpg


Matt37 #10

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/15/2013 07:41:11Copy HTML

Man in a thong on Cocoa Beach. I though thongs were illegal there, so I'm guessing he's outside the city limits.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BPPHLgeCMAAGxYD.jpg

abadonmi #11

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/16/2013 03:20:41Copy HTML

 Matt37, it looks the guy from Cocoa Beach is the same one photographed so often by BeachBug! and seen on flickr:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/candidguy/8291131760/in/photostream/
But I don't think BeachBug's photos were taken on Cocoa Beach. He is very secretive about which beach he goes to...

( Moderator note: Check out the rest of the photo stream and the various comments on the other photos.)
joshuaspain #12

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/16/2013 03:38:21Copy HTML

 Abadonmi: It is the same guy... He has such a distinctive tattoo:-) 
Matt37 #13

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/18/2013 12:59:33Copy HTML

@Abadonmi  Ok, thanks. I get the locations from the people who post them on Twitter. I'm not sure why someone would fabricate that, but it's certainly not beyond the realm of possibility. Sorry for any confusion. :)
Matt37 #14

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/18/2013 05:25:45Copy HTML

 Guy on an unknown beach

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BPeK3cECIAAsZWX.jpg

Woman with her child on the beach.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BPd_8TzCIAAswP9.jpg

Interestingly, some people say thongs are not appropriate for "family" beaches. Whenever I've challenged them to explain why, they can come back with nothing more than "They don't need to see that."  I've asked several how even kids are harmed or damaged by seeing a bit of extra butt cheek, something many see on TV, in the movies, or in advertising, and have yet to get even the first legitimate answer.
Grabeach #15

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/18/2013 09:14:09Copy HTML

Yea, as discussed elsewhere, the kids don't even notice / couldn't care less and invariably their parents don't have any problem either. Any complainer is usually some unrelated guy playing the "There's children here!" card because he can't come to terms with his feeling threatened by a guy in brief swimwear.
mack_back #16

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/18/2013 10:12:55Copy HTML

I don't personaly see anything wrong wearing a thong but today people have to be more careful when kids are around. Find adults can't process seeing a guy like me wearing a tiny swimwear without overreacting esspecially young female adults...
 Take example of lego land when old man brought his adult female daughter and were rejected to enter. They allowed only parents and children but because the female was an adult they denied entry for the father and daughter..

Today i don't argue with others when they disapprove with my swimwear. They always say when kids around have someone talk to him because he is not covered up enough and is showing to much... Many people nod their heads agreeing with the complainers.. Just hate it when their is one kid around or group always makes me uneasy knowing someone will complain what i wear be it a tiny speedo or thong... Sometimes better to leave like a convicted predator on probation rather having someone making a scene for what i wear.. It disgusts me that everyone is looked upon as potential child molester.... Best to keep or go to adult facilities because when someone brings their kid then they are the ones who should leave not me....
While understanding the complainers i know many adults seeing me in a tiny colorful speedo is a lot to take in considering how i fill up my swimsuit....  While being in a thong would be overkill and people will only surmise i'am exhibitionist and drawing attention to myself or part of my anatomy.. This makes people afraid or angry that i need the attention so badly...That is why i stay clear of public swimming pools during peak hours where children or youths are enjoying the sun and warm water..This won't deter what i want to wear but don't need to risk a walk of shame being kicked out yelling and screaming from a public pool deck.. So i stop going and swelter in heat rather enjoying at public outdoor pool.. I only have one way to wear my tiny swimwear and it's attention grabbing, so i choose either an adult private member gym pool indoors or the nude local beach where i let all hang out.. Although nude beach isn't always euphoria but nothing always goes perfectly... 


One brief example wearing a red tiny speedo quarter inch sides. Climbed out of the pool and mother with a young girl were sitting on the pool deck bench. The mother watched me swim laps so no surprise what i had on. Only when i stood up walking over she seen what in her mind was obscene. She immediately turned her daughter head from me standing in front of the mom pretending to braid her hair while keeping her facing away when i walked passed them both. Only thing the daughter seen was my backside. Suppose women find it disturbing seeing a large detailed outlined male bulge wrapped in tight lycra thin fabric... When i grow up will i get one of those??? What's a mother going to say.. If you want to, but not that big....... Suppose parents don't want to explain to their curious kids, whats that mommy in that mans swimsuit..? Will i get one of those
Matt37 #17

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/18/2013 10:53:16Copy HTML

 @Grabeach I have never seen a guy say that, actually. It's always the females who do. In fact, of the people I see complaining about thongs on women and men, probably a good 95% (literally) are women, especially younger women (in the 14-25 y/o range).

@Mack_Back Your comment presupposes that most people who have issues have issues with men wearing the smaller suits, and believe it or not, that's not what I'm seeing. Most of the complaints are from women complaining about other women wearing thong suits. That's likely because they are much more visible, but the basic question still remains, and that is "why" is it not "appropriate" for a family public beach (I'm not talking about a pool) for thongs to be worn? I've not heard anyone articulate a legitimate reason why exposure to a couple more inches of butt cheek are damaging to "the kids."  I mean, in many case, a thong suit is literally, only two or so inches less fabric than a significant number of other suits you see. Maybe it has to do with the act that, with a thong suit, everyone knows there's a piece that goes down the crack of your ass. Maybe that's it. But no one's even hinted at that.

I've literally seen women complain about other women being "mothers who're wearing thong swimsuits with their children present." lol It's just ridiculous.
John Howard #18

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/19/2013 12:43:39Copy HTML

 because he can't come to terms with his feeling threatened by a guy in brief swimwear.

Never thought about this aspect, Grabeach you nailed it.
mack_back #19

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/19/2013 03:18:04Copy HTML

Matt37 agree with your points but we here in this forum are much more liberal then most people we see on the beach.. Being nudist and talking with like minded people like myself find it weird why textile wearing folks can't or won't take it off surrounded by nude beach goers....
Each person has some inhibitions of sorts while we may not all agree with it, try not to make a fuss about what we wear or don't wear...Talking to females who find my choice pf clothing silly they try not to tell me not to wear it.. Only because they don't like others saying something about them be it how they style their hair or color lipstick they have on...
Best to leave people alone.... Yet many have sheltered themselves seeing very little and find it shocking to see someone wearing a thong which the majority don't wear. Just like smoking, most people don't and find it bothersome......
Grabeach #20

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/19/2013 10:38:56Copy HTML

Matt37; I don't understand why it would be woman complaining in the USA and guys in Australia. Actual complaints about ultra brief swimwear are rare anyway, but in general in Oz:-
About women - Guys are far more likely to perve than complain. Women occasionally shake their heads, but that's about it.
About men - As mentioned before, guys are the most likely source of a complaint. Women (other than groups of teen age girls) seem to take an "If it's okay for a gal, it's okay for a guy" attitude.
John; Would you agree with that?

 
 
Matt37 #21

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/21/2013 02:41:16Copy HTML

This is a woman on Misquamicut Beach in Rhode Island

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BPqUUr9CcAAiOHJ.jpg

No idea what beach this guy's on:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BPqgmZHCAAEYJhn.jpg

JM_Runs #22

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/21/2013 03:49:36Copy HTML

 While beauty is in the eye of the beholder, I don't think the man's suit looks good on him.  I think it looks rather stupid.
abadonmi #23

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/21/2013 12:48:49Copy HTML

 JM_Runs, isn't the guy in the photo one of the members of this forum called bmicro?
Matt37 #24

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/21/2013 05:51:00Copy HTML

 Guy on an unknown beach

http://instagram.com/p/cCW3haFSRi
Grabeach #25

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/21/2013 09:02:01Copy HTML

I've got to agree with JM_Runs comment. Also, in practical terms, that example has stepped over the line of what could be worn, in Australia anyway, on virtually all so-called family beaches and most public pools.  Not so much a matter of coverage (my g-strings have no more material) but how prominently the bits are displayed.
sailor250 #26

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/21/2013 10:39:19Copy HTML

Ah yeah  that guy on the pbs.twimg photo is bmicro on South Beach- notice the "boucher bros" umbrella- that suit combo is I think on his flickr page and labeled....has some internal "hard wear" (sic)
Matt37 #27

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/22/2013 03:25:09Copy HTML

Here's a 60+ year old granny rockin a thong (unknown beach). Ha. Go her.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BPvOEHeCYAA51rC.jpg
Matt37 #28

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/28/2013 12:08:45Copy HTML

Guy walking down the boardwalk has a thong on. Not sure what city this is in.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BQOBzAECcAAPDDp.jpg
Matt37 #29

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/28/2013 12:16:36Copy HTML

Two guys laying out on an unknown beach, one face up, the other face down.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BNpapJRCYAAfQ6X.jpg
Matt37 #30

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/28/2013 02:50:25Copy HTML

Guy walking on an unknown beach

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BQREloECAAAKq9l.jpg

Thonguy4fun #31

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:07/28/2013 04:04:39Copy HTML

 https://twitter.com/Bradsmitty6Brad/status/331584151062986752/photo/1/large

http://instagram.com/p/br7dYLhH6k/#

https://twitter.com/Westneat13/status/187676942009499648/photo/1/large

https://twitter.com/hillarybodom/status/189922565085605888/photo/1/large
Matt37 #32

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/01/2013 10:53:14Copy HTML

Two guys wearing thongs surrounded by some women on an unknown beach (both with really nice butts, btw)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BGjwLkFCQAEJfuo.jpg
Thonguy4fun #33

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/08/2013 09:49:17Copy HTML

 https://twitter.com/MaleBubbleButts/status/305143733291212800/photo/1/large

https://twitter.com/_ilse07/status/330074601675702272/photo/1/large
JM_Runs #34

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/08/2013 09:51:24Copy HTML

 I don't have a twitter account, but I do hope many people who do leave positive comments.
Matt37 #35

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/09/2013 11:51:49Copy HTML

 @JM, the vast majority of these are tweeted with disparaging comments made by teenage girls. The more mature women and even most guys who I see commenting/posting the pics are either ambivalent or have positive things to say.

Here's another one from an unknown beach (taken with a bad camera). Comment was ambivalent.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BRQvFvOCEAM0I8B.jpg
JM_Runs #36

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/10/2013 03:40:15Copy HTML

Ambivilance may be a good thing, it means they don't mind.  As to rude comments left by teenagers, teenage girls are very critical of each other and even themselves.  Teenage boys can be just as mean, commonly compounded with homophobia. Why anyone would place value the opinions of anonymous teens who are hiding behind a made up internet tags is beyond me.

Even so, I have found the majority of comments are generally positive, or can be viewed in a positive light. 

Although I can think of one board member who would consider a comment like "That's wonderful!" to be sarcastic ridicule, to me it is a positive comment. 

Personally I consider smiles, waves and wolf whistles in real life to be positive, the same goes for most comments on the internet. If in doubt I classify them as a thumbs up.

I notice that on message number 11 above, posted by abadonmi, the link is to Flicker.  From that first picture you can browse to the right to see many more of the same thonger on diffrent days. Apparently the photographer is a fan.  You can also see the comments for each picture down below, scroll down on each one.  Most of the comments for each picture are quite enthusiastic.

Over the years members of this board have found various pictures others have taken of me on the beach.  They are linked to from various posts on this thread >> (Linked on this thread)  Many of the comments are outright enthusiastic or at least supportive if viewed in a favorable light.

Just this week a board member sent me a link to another picture of me that has turned up. It was posted to the istagram a few months ago. (Thanks for finding it). Now I think I look TERRIBLE in the picture, (It was a time when I was over weight and just trying to run again).
The picture is titled "This guy just ran by...", and even though at least one tag was negative, the comments were:

Hot stuff
Show off
OMG!
The hashtagging of #banana hammock caused me to LOL!
Yum!
Yup.
Wow, I guess I've been running in the wrong gear all these years!!
Just think if all you could have accomplished ...if only you had a thong!

On a Flicker picture posted a while ago
(http://www.flickr.com/photos/9773231@N08/726841063 ) the comments were:

-Thong-wearing bicyclist...gotta try that! Good candid shot!
- So incredibly hot!
- Another place to visit. After Miami Beach :-)
- He looks great in his thong..
- Cool, looks like fort lauderdale. I get the feeling you dont like it..
- You look amazing please never stop
- That's what I want to be doing. :-)
- Awesome
- This biker looks great. Wish I had the guts (and buns!) to do likewise.
     Fit men in thongs compliment the ladies in thongs nicely, would like to see more of it.
- Great. Thong on.....
- Good for him. I wish the world would get over this male body sqeamishness. He looks great

- He looks hot! Cycling in a thong! Mmm. Might try that on holiday!

Nothing negative at all.

I think comments are getting more supportive and less negative. Then again it may be because only because people who like to see people in thongs look for thong pictures on the internet, so maybe it is a self selected audience. Even so, let's play to the audience we draw and ignore the people with their noises in the air.

Ex_Member #37

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/10/2013 04:20:29Copy HTML

JM
Love the picture of you in your g string / thong.  Did you ride to the beach on your bike in just your thong? So jealous. Wish I could be able to do so in Atlanta.
stringking
mack_back #38

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/10/2013 04:33:42Copy HTML

Jm good show and your right seletive crowd makes peoples comments skewed... Think about it, our thong wearing is entertainment for others to follow.. Anyone wearing a thong brings a smile to someones face.. If they ponder thinking about us they may not agree with our dress code but at least others enjoy the obsurdity  of a male in a thong... We still won't get people to yawn thinking what's the big deal seeing a man in a thong.. 
Matt37 #39

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/10/2013 11:56:48Copy HTML

JM, you are right about the homophobic comments from teen boys. I have noticed that most of those tend to come from one particular ethnic group, too. The only white kids I see making those kinds of comments are the thug wannabes and posers. I've seen quite a few white guys post their own pics and be perfectly supportive of wearing thongs, though, including this guy from Florida.

http://instagram.com/p/crGDI5NA67

I, too, have very, very rarely heard any negative comments on my wearing a thong on the beaches (or off the beach since I have a very pronounced thong tanline), and most of those were several years ago.
Matt37 #40

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/10/2013 11:47:43Copy HTML

JM, this isn't you again, is it? lol  It was posted with the comment, "This guy is legit running in a thong on the beach."

http://instagram.com/p/c13HNYMljx/#
JM_Runs #41

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/11/2013 06:33:34Copy HTML

YES, I think that is me, running past the turtle fence at Sunrise Blvd in Fort Lauderdale. Good guess.

Another picture which shows that even if people take a picture one is not readily identifiable, and even if I was, I don't care.

Looks like it was shot from across the street, probably from a car waiting to go south the Sunrise traffic light. People often drive by with their cameras hanging out the window.  They were lucky because a few seconds later I would have been behind the grass dunes.  I was wondering what I had in my hand, then I realized it was just the top of one of the sea oats in the foreground.

I am not an instagram user, you cannot be unless you have a smart phone and the app.  So I can see the pictures but cannot post a comment. So it is up to you lot to leave some postive feedback.
Matt37 #42

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/11/2013 08:55:56Copy HTML

A guy (I think) wearing a thong at Wildwood Beach

http://instagram.com/p/c4nplYtFio

Guy on an unknown beach

http://instagram.com/p/c4X-e5pb4s
Matt37 #43

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/12/2013 12:07:20Copy HTML

Another guy on the beach. The person who posted it is listed in Toronto, so I don't know if this is near there or what.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BRbRuQLCEAMCyXj.jpg
Thonguy4fun #44

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/12/2013 12:37:10Copy HTML


http://t.co/1TSGZHyifB



https://twitter.com/BanginBraxton/status/366065266423115776
JM_Runs #45

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/12/2013 12:56:17Copy HTML

The more pictures of men in thongs the better.  The more public thonging the better.  The more people see thongs the less they will react like they have never seen one before. The more young men see the sky does not fall, the less likely they will be reluctant to wear a thong.
Matt37 #46

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/12/2013 03:14:28Copy HTML

 ^^^ That's the main reason I started posting these from Twitter. A lot of people who're not on this board are out there thonging it away, and it's a lot more common than I think even many here realize.
Thonguy4fun #47

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/12/2013 11:00:56Copy HTML

 https://twitter.com/illKeepU_Cozzi/status/220991833667420161/photo/1/large

https://twitter.com/MadTexanWriter/status/365114360324055040/photo/1/large

https://twitter.com/scbestie/status/285195700797591553/photo/1/large

https://twitter.com/megfaceee/status/307008030464151552/photo/1/large

http://instagram.com/p/b113C3KWKV/#
Thonguy4fun #48

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/15/2013 01:38:50Copy HTML

 http://web.stagram.com/p/522618669436071284_4428674

Matt37 #49

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/18/2013 10:53:48Copy HTML

Guy on an unknown beach.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BR_CmvjCAAAu7P-.jpg
Matt37 #50

Re:Thongs on Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, etc)

Date Posted:08/24/2013 01:40:02Copy HTML

Another guy on an unknown beach

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BSX64byCYAANjOv.jpg

Please cutback on starting new threads and try to post messages as a reply to existing threads.
If you want to cut and paste from your word processor do not do it directly.
First paste it into notepad or other basic ascii editor so that the formatting codes are removed, then cut again. This will give you clean posts.
Copyright © 2000-2018 Aimoo Free Forum All rights reserved.