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NYC Swinger of the Month: DLiscious22

39/37 year old Couple (man and woman) in New York, New York, United States Looking For: Women or Couples (man and woman) for Group sex (3 or more!)

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She’s prettier than you expect. His eyes sparkle as you peek at her black dress. You flirt with them over wine. They recently have been to Napa and Rome. They laugh easily and love live music. She moves sensually and touches often. He makes you laugh.

After a while they invite you to their place. It’s on the Upper West Side. They hold hands as they walk. They’re so in love. You ask about her stylish engagement ring. Where did they get it? London.

Their apartment is small yet loft like. Exposed brick. A red couch. You remember seeing that in their photos. They light candles, put on chill music, open champagne. You want to see her nude. But how to break the ice?

He shuffles cards. You each pick one. The high card gets to choose what happens next. You draw an ace. Your choice is that she undress. She does, slowly. She’s slender and sexy. Shaved. She slips to her knees, eyes meeting yours, and asks what you want her to do next…
My Ideal Person:
Creative couple, slim, hip, D/D free seek similar couples with bi or bi-curious female for sexy evenings where (almost) anything goes. NO SINGLE MEN, sorry.

2008 UPDATE: We nowadays are looking primarily for female playmates. Couples, try us out but we respond best when there's genuine interest in us as people, flirting, imagination and a feeling you're looking for more than just another notch on the bedpost.

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The lively district of Chinatown is one of the longest-established ethnic areas in New York. New York Little Italy District Little Italy in New York is a small and interesting district, full of character. Traditional Italian cuisine and cappuccino's are widely available in Little Italy and there are many tables on the sidewalks of this district, where you can sit and watch the world go by. New York Lower East Side District The Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York juts out towards the East River. This was once the place where new immigrants to New York arrived and is now home to numerous street markets, discount shops and much more besides. New York SoHo and TriBeCa District The compact districts of SoHo and TriBeCa are trendy locations that were transformed from derelict industrial sites. These are prime examples of New York renovations at their best. New York Greenwich Village District With a huge number of bars, cafes, music venues, stylish houses and some excellent architecture, Greenwich Village in New York is situated in Lower Manhattan. Greenwich Village has a large amount of character and some interesting narrow streets. New York East Village District Across from Broadway, the East Village is a contrast to nearby Greenwich Village and its many clubs are bars are less polished. With a number of unusual shops and some offbeat street cafes, East Village is a fairly inexpensive area of New York. New York Upper East Side District New York's Upper East Side districts is one of the most wealthy neighborhoods in New York. With many designer clothes stores, exclusive boutiques, gourmet restaurants and up-market art galleries, Upper East Side is an expensive part of New York city. New York Upper West Side District Close to New York's Central Park, the Upper West Side region of Manhattan has several major tourist attractions, including the Lincoln center, the American Museum of Natural History and the impressive Cathedral of St. John the Divine. There are also many tall apartment blocks offering luxury accommodation and much coveted New York addresses. New York Harlem District Dating back to the early 17th century, Harlem has a wealth of important New York history. Harlem has played a major role in the history and culture of black America and more recently has suffered from poverty. After some renovation and economic success, Harlem is undergoing a positive transformation. Outer Boroughs of New York Some of the most important outer boroughs of New York include: New York Brooklyn District Home to the popular Brooklyn Museum and the lively Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, the borough of Brooklyn merits a day-trip excursion from Manhattan. Other Brooklyn highlights include Coney Island, with some historic fairground rides, the lively Russian community and nearby Brighton Beach. New York Staten Island District Part of the attraction of visiting New York's State Island is the scenic trip over on the Staten Island ferry. This is a large island with numerous attractions and interesting museums. New York Bronx District The Bronx district of New York is a largely suburban area and the main highlight is without doubt the large, Bronx zoo, now also referred to as the International Wildlife Conservation Park. This is a popular family attraction in both the Bronx district and the city of New York as a whole. New York Queens District Queens is a spreading suburban area, similar in appearance to the Bronx district. This neighborhood features some thriving ethnic communities and also some historic remnants of the early New York film industry. New York City Omni Berkshire Place - 21 East 52nd Street at Madison Avenue Apple Core Hotels - 5 Manhattan hotels with free Wi-Fi for guests Red Roof Inn - 6 West 32nd Street Apple Store - Soho - Prince St. Alt.coffee - 139 Avenue A - 212-529-2233 Chelsea Market - 75 Ninth Avenue, at 16th Street Chelsea Piers - within Sports Center/probably members only - 23rd St & the Hudson River Hotel Chelsea - lobby area for guests - 222 West 23rd Street - 212 243 3700 Washington Square Hotel - for guests only - 103 Waverly Place Bryant Park - between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues Union Square Park - At the cross section of 4th Ave and Broadway between 14th & 17th Sts. The Downtown Alliance provides free access in City Hall Park, Bowling Green Park, Rector Park, Liberty Plaza Park, Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Park at 55 Water Street, 60 Wall Street, and at South Street Seaport. Verizon Online DSL and dial-up customers can use Verizon Hotspots for free. EVill Net - rooftop network in the East Village - Most roof tops in the square radius of Ave A and Ave B, between 2nd and 10th street. NewsCafe on Broadway - 11 Broadway Columbia University Campus - 114th-120th St between Broadway and Amsterdam TechSpace - Union Square - 41 East 11th Street - 11th & 10th Floors - (212)-331-1100 TechSpace - West Village - 95 Morton Street - Ground Floor - (212)-331-1100 Big Cup Tea & Coffee House - 228 8th Avenue Apt 7 - (212) 206-0059 DOMA Cafe & Gallery - 17 Perry Street - (212) 929-4339 Saurin Park Cafe - 301 West 110th Street - 212 - 222-0683 Abingdon Guest House - for guests, all rooms - 13 Eighth Avenue (between West 12th and Jane Streets) - 212-243-5384 INI ANI - 105 Stanton St - 212.254.9066 Veniero's Pasticceria & Caffe - 342 East 11th Street - (212) 674-7070 Ziggies CafÙ & Coffeehouse - 1817 2nd Avenue - 212-289-0824 New York Public Library locations in The Bronx and Manahattan offer "filtered" (you can request that the filter be turned off) access Select McDonalds locations in NYC - one free hour with purchase of a combo meal
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