virgins on the playa

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virgins on the playa

Post by myredcarpet » Fri Nov 23, 2007 4:16 pm

i have finally been deflowered


in flame

and never will i be the same

playa goddess for a week

just another freak


under moon and sun

dancing in dust

and i must


again to burn...

thank you friends for a mind blowing first experience! was this just an exceptionally crazy wonderful year or are they always this way? i would love to hear about your virgin burn..
"Reach out, take a chance. Get hurt even. Play as well as you can.. LIVE!" Maude

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Post by GREENPENIS » Fri Nov 23, 2007 6:39 pm

Only 2007 will be that crazy, (sorry fishy)
expect 2008 to be the most mundane year ever.
If ya wanna stay home , I will send you some pics to prove it.
(but only in black and white)
I'm taking Viagra and drinking prune juice - I don't know if I'm coming or going.
-- Rodney Dangerfield

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Re: virgins on the playa

Post by Rocket75377 » Fri Nov 23, 2007 6:39 pm

myredcarpet wrote: i would love to hear about your virgin burn..
I lost my burner virginity this year, too. There was a lot of dust, it was kind of hot. Too many people. Burning Man was better last year.
I am the people your parents warned you about.

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Re: virgins on the playa

Post by searock420 » Fri Nov 23, 2007 10:26 pm

Rocket75377 wrote:
myredcarpet wrote: i would love to hear about your virgin burn..
I lost my burner virginity this year, too. There was a lot of dust, it was kind of hot. Too many people. Burning Man was better last year.
Hmmm.A two time virgin.Met a few women who've said the same

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Post by Barbie » Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:22 am

Ahhhhh my first burn.... thanks for asking myredcarpet

My first burn was beyond belief 2003...And it was BEYOND BELIEF-I had heard about the burn for about 10years. (but I know now you don't come to Black Rock City before your ready)

I was in a super weird state...I had given up on the general public I felt like everyone SUCKED and was SHitty and only wanted to take advantage of you. (20 years of stripping will do that to you :roll: )

Anyway I came to BRC by myself-drove from Las Vegas.
I arrived on Tue. went left instead of right and ended up at 9:15 and the second to the last ring.

I only scanned the survial guide once...Sooooo I did not know what to expect. (Its a good thing I grew up camping- and happen to have warm clothes and stripper costumes with me)

The guys across the street thought I was a RIOT-they were making bets (as I struggled to set up my tent and shade) of how long I would be staying Thurs. was the consenses (did I mention I look VERY girlie girl)

I never got my shade up totally.... sooooo as they were between giggles -I went over to tell them I would be sharing their shade all week. (for making fun of me) In true burner style they welcomed me in and I have been using their shade ever since....

I call them Boys Camp they call themselves BLACKIES BAR AND GRILL
They are the BEST !!!!! And I love Them... As I do most everyone in BRC.

My first year I drank till I threw up my first night, hung out with about 30 GOOOD LOOOKKKKINNGGG Guys who all played my big brother at one point during week, got my ass kicked (I'm sure I needed it :D as the playa always provides) went on the roller coaster TWICE !!! (Once was NOT enough) Boys camp dressed as Oopaloompas AND I FOUND MY GOLDEN TICKET!!!!
If I were to wish ANYTHING I'd wish I were ME!!

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Post by hsdavis » Sun Nov 25, 2007 6:05 am

Barbie, you'll have to let everyone know when you write your book, I want to hear the rest of your story. It sounds like you had the life altering adventure of a lifetime. Yes, Burning Man can restore your faith in humanity and I'm glad it happened for you.

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