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Review: Magic Mouth Desiree

Faintofname

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Title: Review: Magic Mouth Desiree
Date: Feb 1, 2024
Phone: 8564380886
City: Pennsauken
State: NJ
Location: By 130
House Fee & Tip (if applicable) $.4
Nationality: Caucasian
Age Estimate: 50s
Physical Description: Mostly thin but with some weight you'd expect with age. Shorter, around 5'3", brunette rocking a bob cut with bangs, face matches her age but not bad looking at all. Petite breasts, average figure.

Recommendation: Yes
 

Stickem54

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Everyone who previously commented in this review, read this again and again until you understand it:

https://www.ampreviews.net/index.php?threads/tips-on-maintaining-active-membership.13608/
Everyone who previously commented in this review, read this again and again until you understand it:

https://www.ampreviews.net/index.php?threads/tips-on-maintaining-active-membership.13608/
So how do we respond to the private part of the discussion.
Is there a “private only response” button?
Or we just never respond?
 

hhnyc77

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So how do we respond to the private part of the discussion.
Is there a “private only response” button?
Or we just never respond?
Use the privacy tag. In the editing menu when you're composing a post, there's a little man wearing a hat...that's the privacy tag...whatever you write in between the tags will only be visible to those who have private details access.

From one of TJ posts:
The little Private Eye stealth icon in the post tools is what to click. When you click it, the Code which is the word PRIVACY inside of brackets is inserted into the body of the post, with the second set of brackets including a back-slash indicating it's the end of the post. When submitted, anything they posted inside those brackets is rendered private.

This is another huge forward step for the safety and security of our members. Those calling for discretionary measures should be thrilled with this.
I'm going to give an example below but I'm going to put spaces so that it only acts to show you how it's done

[PRIVACY ]Whatever you put inside here will be private[/PRIVACY ]

More here:
https://ampreviews.net/index.php?threads/review-epm-olivia.155917/#post-1077063
 

Old Hobbyist

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Use the privacy tag. In the editing menu when you're composing a post, there's a little man wearing a hat...that's the privacy tag...whatever you write in between the tags will only be visible to those who have private details access.

From one of TJ posts:
The little Private Eye stealth icon in the post tools is what to click. When you click it, the Code which is the word PRIVACY inside of brackets is inserted into the body of the post, with the second set of brackets including a back-slash indicating it's the end of the post. When submitted, anything they posted inside those brackets is rendered private.

This is another huge forward step for the safety and security of our members. Those calling for discretionary measures should be thrilled with this.
I'm going to give an example below but I'm going to put spaces so that it only acts to show you how it's done

[PRIVACY ]Whatever you put inside here will be private[/PRIVACY ]

More here:
https://ampreviews.net/index.php?threads/review-epm-olivia.155917/#post-1077063
Thank you for the info.
 

Spikey

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Not sure where to find the private eye guy in my tools. it is not showing. Is there another way to make something private?
 

oldhorndog53

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Not sure where to find the private eye guy in my tools. it is not showing. Is there another way to make something private?
From post #4 above:

I'm going to give an example below but I'm going to put spaces so that it only acts to show you how it's done

[PRIVACY ]Whatever you put inside here will be private[/PRIVACY ]
 

anarchy08016

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[removed private details content]

@anarchy08016 - did you not read any of the follow up posts after the review?? If not, I highly suggest you do. This time is just a suggestion...next time won't be.
 
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hhnyc77

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Mods.. So we cannot quote anything in a review to ask questions??? Like, what are we doing? It’s 2024.
Like, what are YOU doing? Did you not bother to read the posts above, and instead, just start typing away without any informed facts?

No one said what you're claiming...you cannot quote anything in a review PUBLICLY, which all comments are. There are 3 exceptions, which any member can use at their discretion....1) you can use the PRIVACY tag, which has been discussed above, 2) you can ask your question in a PM to any member, or 3) you can post in the private access section.
 
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