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Posted by Gimwinkle on Monday, February 25 2019 at 10:05:37PM
In reply to Excuse me Gim, but... posted by GL_in_lyrics on Monday, February 25 2019 at 3:06:06PM

Well, yes, S and I were involved for 4 years. Occasionally, She would say no to me and I always respected that. Always. I told Her, also, that if Her mother ever asked about us, to always tell the truth. Which She did. Her mother was (sort of) fine with us as long as I was taking care of bills and occasionally giving her money.

One day, there were me, S(She was a g10 by then) and Her brother (a b11), A (a g6 but not related to S or Her brother) and J (Her sister, a g10) all at the beach. A wanted to go swimming but Her mother (miles away at their home) had asked me (I forget why) to not allow A to go swimming. But, J was allowed to go swimming with S and Her brother. A was considerably upset. She knew how She could get me to give Her permission to go swimming. So, unable to say no, I allowed Her to play in the surf with the other three. A told S that I had allowed it. S asked how A convinced me. S and A discussed it and nothing became of it. Later, when we all got back to [City], A told Her mother how She had gotten wet. Questions were asked and almost everyone told the truth. At the cop station, again they all told the truth except J. She lied, trying to get in with all the police action. Eventually, I pleaded guilty to everything except what J claimed. The cops dropped Her charges and I fell to charges involving me and S. A and I never did anything illegal. S and I, of course, had 4 years of activities. I always told S to tell the truth and She did. And no, She had never changed Her mind about me. Two or three years after I was in prison, She did change Her mind. But, never before.

Regarding this post and every post I write about myself describing my past, be advised that I was tried, convicted, sentenced to a very long time in prison, and I served the complete sentence. Be further advised that I am no longer practicing illegal activities today and that I refrain from doing so by my own choice, not from fear of legal entanglements or society's outrage. I remain crime free because I choose to.

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