• Gary Kelly

    >No comments yet? Maybe your fans dunno what to say. Anyway, I think you did the right thing.

  • Anonymous

    I recently discovered your blog (thanks to speedoarchive)and I enjoy reading it when I can.

    It is much easier to delete people who have abused you from facebook, myspace or your mobile,than it is to delete them from your life.

  • rodeo

    >May feel strange, but it’s a step in the right direction…..

  • isleworth

    >”Been there, done that” as the saying goes. Though his name was not Josh, I know how you feel about doing what you did [deleting] and why you did it. I felt “empty” for a few days after I deleted but, I moved on and got on with my life. I am the kind of person who likes himself, likes my own company and do not need others to “complete me” [though having a special friend or boyfriend or lover or partner is preferable to living a life alone–notice I did not say “lonely life”]. I feel that you are such a person as well and, as time goes by, you will once again feel happiness and optimism. You have made a break with part of your past and have your entire life new ahead of you.

  • SpeedoMike

    >one good delete deserves another! >grin<

  • Dave Evans


    Chin up champ – the world is full of wonderful people. I don’t believe in ‘the one’ I believe in ‘the one you find’.

    Thanks for posting your pics on WhiteSpeedos.com.

    Dave Evans

  • JOHN.

    >Good Man, time to move on , put him in the past. Don’t be in to much of a rush to get hitched up to someone, play the field. There are plenty of young guys out there only to willing get off with you . You won’t be on your own for long. If I was your age again I’d be after you like a shot out of a gun.Take care, JOHN.