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    • Pampas Grass Sales Drop Due To Swinging Connotations

      A cracking new piece for you.. :DPampas grass sales have plummeted due to their particular sexual connotations.Once a common plant outside suburban houses, pampas grass became known as a sign that the residents were swingers.The plant, native to South America, serves as a signal to passers-by.But now sellers say these connotations have led to a drop in sales and some nurseries have completely stopped stocking it, The Telegraph reports.A decade ago, Palmstead Nurseries in Kent would...
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      Fake Swingers Accounts And Catfishing..

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      Well this one is exactly why we have PV in place.. So this account joined last night and as most of you know, we have a personal account on here too and the account collared us in chat. Of course, I saw this as a great way to get chatting as I knew pretty much instantly this was a fake account. Their first post on their profile was "Actually 18 not 22! Hot young couple looking for threesome!"We deal with these types of accounts, day in day out. Ultimately of course, members don't see this...
    2. Pampas Grass Sales Drop Due To Swinging Connotations

      A cracking new piece for you.. :DPampas grass sales have plummeted due to their particular sexual connotations.Once a common plant outside suburban houses, pampas grass became known as a sign that the residents were swingers.The plant, native to South America, serves as a signal to passers-by.But now sellers say these connotations have led to a drop in sales and some nurseries have completely stopped stocking it, The Telegraph reports.A decade ago, Palmstead Nurseries in Kent would...
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