Reuben posted a topic in Music/TV/Movies/Books,Featuring more than 30 real-life sex stories from the men who fell in lust (and sometimes love!) with sex workers south of the border, Sex and Lust in Tijuana: True Sex Stories of the TJAmigos pulls back the velvet curtains of Tijuana's world-famous redlight district. Professor Zee and Doctor Jim combed through the archives of the now-closed TJAmigos website to bring you a collection of sexual adventures from Tijuana. The stories within these covers were written by the Amigos themselves and several stories also feature additional commentary from the other Amigos.
I thought it was love until she showed
me a text message she had tried to send
me and I noticed my contact name in her
phone was USA GRINGO #7. Ivanho
Tijuana used to be an escape, but it has now
become an anchor to my very tenuous grip
on reality. The sensations of excitement and
anticipation are always heightened by my
constant longing to return. Matiz
I went back to work afterwards because
I knew I could look everyone in the eye
and think to myself, "You didn't let your
trouser snake vomit on a chick's face today." CraigfromSD
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Haus posted a topic in Spanish Learning,I like to compliment chicas on their appearance, so learning Spanish vocabulary is helpful.
Here are some visual aids to TJ chica hairstyles. Pelo means Hair.
Straight = Lacio
Curly = Rizado or China
Short = Corto
Long = Largo
Wig = Peluca
Ponytail = Cola de caballo
Pigtails = Coletas
Braids = Trenzas
Add your own pics you’ve taken of TJ chicas hairstyles and the Spanish words.
PhordPhan posted a topic in Bars, Breweries, and Wineries ,The thread says wineries, so... Even though it's not in TJ proper.
Back in August I rented a room at the Don Tomas Vineyards, and decided to see a bit more of the VdG. I won't bore everybody with a long-ass narrative. Rocky the Flying Squirrel, and I, spent a couple of pleasant summer days hitting up various and sundry wineries and vineyards. I have a ton of pix, but it seems that Rocky's mug is in damn near every one of 'em. So, these are the culls.
I can heartily recommend a day, or two, or more, touring wine country. There is simply a shitload of little vineyards tucked into every nook and cranny up and down the valley. Some are excellent, some good, some only fair. I addition there are many nice places to eat, ranging from moderate to WTF expensive. (If you have a free afternoon, and the weather is good, I can recommend Corazon de Tierra). So, if you like wine and food, and like to learn about wine, and chat up folks who also like wine, then get off your ass and go.
The only complaint I had all weekend was that, as usual, too many gringos have fucked up a good thing, at least in some spots. A couple of the larger wineries think they're in Napa, and charge accordingly.
Zreelone posted a topic in Tijuana News,Welcome to Tijuana! For the second consecutive time, this border city took the distinction, surpassing destinations such as Cancun, Merida and Mexico City.