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Most of us have old porn (magazines, videotapes and CD/DVD's that have become unused/unviewed because of the web. What did you do with the old stuff?

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Submitted by Monahan (42)
Nothing, still have it 33% 9 Votes
Gave it all to Goodwill 0% 0 Votes
Dumped in a nearby dumpster 52% 14 Votes
Gave it to a friend 4% 1 Votes
Sold it on line or porn store 0% 0 Votes
Other 11% 3 Votes

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27 Votes Total

Oct 16, 2013

Poll Replies (11)

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Thedebilman666 (Suspended) All lost due to eviction. Awww, too bad, so sad right? Not so, my porn collection is better than ever now, for 1/32 the price. I'd be completely fucked come a power outage...
10-16-13  12:18am

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Thedebilman666 (Suspended) Scratch that, 1/100 of the price.
10-16-13  12:42am

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Jay G (67) REPLY TO #1 - Thedebilman666 :

Yes......the old is gone dumpster diving and the new is dependent on electricity.
10-16-13  05:30am

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TheSquirrel (53) Still have it.
10-16-13  08:43am

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rearadmiral (384) It's a bit of a mix for me. Most of what I had was either converted to digital, or I was able to source it online and buy it there. The only things I have left from the old days are about 50 DVDs. I dumped the cases a long time ago to make for easier storage so that pretty much makes them unmarketable now. They'll be in a dumpster someday.
10-16-13  02:10pm

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Drooler (220) I've got that stuff here and there in the house somewhere. Not quite sure exactly where ...
10-16-13  05:01pm

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pat362 (373) I threw away all of my original porn collection and I haven't stopped regretting that decision because so much of it was content that can't be found anywhere else now.
10-16-13  05:59pm

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turboshaft (24) Goodwill and the nearest Dumpster are definitely out--and some people treat them as if they are the same--because I still have most of mine.

Though, as addressed in the poll last week, I do fear what will happen to it when I die. Unlike hard drives and mysterious credit card charges the DVDs and magazines will start upsetting family and some friends as soon as they see the light of day. Yeah, I'll be dead but I don't exactly want to leave my loved ones with what I know will be an embarrassing task.

It's like you get to haunt people through the levels of shame that your porn collection will provide! :-)

10-17-13  03:39am

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mr3633 (9) I destroyed all of my DVD's and VHS tapes a few years ago. I then took it to a dumpster and parted ways.
10-17-13  06:13am

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graymane (33) Most of my porn and magazine collection -- which included well over a hundred film classics on VHS and Beta format, much of which dates back to the very first release on celluloid, when introduced in theaters -- as well as several boxes of Playboy publications starting from the early 50's, all of which I obtained beginning in the late 60's while living in Atlanta GA.....a duration which absorbed twenty five of the best years of my life.
Sadly, with popularity of computers growing, parting with home-ownership because of circumstances developing at home on the East Coast calling for my return, and later the final death blow to my outdated tapes as data discs came on the scene while the Internet was back-stage waiting to come on and do their act.
later, as electronic media took flight, the Internet simply purged all competition and is crowned King.

with disbelief, I later discovered I couldn't even give my porn collection away.
With tear filled eyes, I deposited the whole lot into the dumpster.

10-17-13  12:52pm

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LPee23 (24) I will pay the shipping costs for anyone looking to get rid of old peeing porn. There were lots of good pictures from the early 2000's, and they are getting harder and harder to find. I already have one person lined up for this in the near future. I had another ready to send some old DVD's once too that he was otherwise going to throw away, but when we exchanged info, I found out we were on different sides of the Atlantic. Those DVD's probably ended up in the garbage.

As for myself, when I went to college, I already had almost 100 magazines stashed away that I couldn't bring to a dorm room or leave at home. My collection was a bit legendary among my close friends, so I found a very willing taker in one of my friends who was also starting college, but would have the luxury of continuing to live at home.

10-19-13  06:41am

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