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Submission + - SPAM: Sex addict, by Author Clive Worth,

worthalot writes: "This clip is about sex addiction, with me in the shock doc, My 100,000 lovers, (check it out on Google search), to me it is a good thing but like everything, sex can have a bad name, yet it is a very healthy addiction, saved my life because I drank every day and would be dead by now,"
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Submission + - SPAM: Internet, by Author Clive Worth,

worthalot writes: "The Internet helped my boy who was 8 at the time to spell and read properly and also helped me do a book because I was like my boy, Dyslexic, could hardly read or write, the Internet is therefore good for children and yes there are dangers there but not as bad as media is making it out to be,"
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It's funny.  Laugh.

Submission + - SPAM: Sexy Legs,

Author Clive Worth, writes: "Legs to me is the most important part of a women, never mind if she has no boobs at all or if she is not pretty as long as she has a nice pair of legs and most women I dated did, check me out on Google, AOL, Yahoo or any search engine, Clive Worth with a book out all over the world, (A Serial Shaggers guide to Internet dating, my 1001 lovers),"
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The Internet

Submission + - SPAM: Sexy Bed, by Author Clive Worth,

worthalot writes: "This however is no ordinary bed because it has been on 4 documentaries and one of them, My 100,000 lovers has been out all over the world, showing this bed, it has also been on most magazines and papers all over the world, just type my name, Clive Worth in any search engine to see my stories and my book, (A Serial Shaggers guide to Internet dating),"
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"No, no, I don't mind being called the smartest man in the world. I just wish it wasn't this one." -- Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias, WATCHMEN