Dating bans and mistaken identity

Posted by / 24-Jun-2020 07:25

Dating bans and mistaken identity

In 1447, for example, it banned moustaches for the English of Ireland and complained that ‘there is no difference in apparel between the English marchers and Irish enemies’.

Sam Mazzola, 49, was found dead in his Ohio home after apparently choking on a sex toy. Mazzola was face down and bound to a waterbed with handcuffs, chains and padlocks.

Moustaches threatened the very safety of the colony, and Englishmen who disobeyed the moustache ban suffered a harsh penalty.

They lost the protection of English law, and could be captured along with their possessions and ransomed ‘as Irish enemies’.

Carradine was filming a movie in Thailand when he decided to do a little sexy solo routine.

The actor was found hanging by a rope naked in the room’s closet and the cause of death became widely accepted as “accidental asphyxiation.” According to a couple of Carradine’s ex-wives, he was into some crazy, kinky stuff.

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Media outlets report that in 2009 an elderly Croatian man died after a prostitute agreed to give him oral sex.

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  1. Hitting the dating scene in your fifth decade can feel so… After all, there are likely to be children in the picture, and behind every potential partner is a sheer lifetime of romantic experience (and a much, much longer trail of exes). In fact, if you’re dating as a forty-something, you’re guaranteed to be wiser, better at dating, better at knowing what you want, and a lot less impulsive and sensitive to rejection.