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Q: Are there male ayis....

Or should I bring Julio with me to be my house boy? 

 

I hope you can cook dude.

7 years 33 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Chengdu

 
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Are you suppling the loin cloth ?

 

 

 

I can see this is going to get ugly hahahaha

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7 years 33 weeks ago
 
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never  heard of any word like tht MALE AYIs wow sounds intresting you can try him

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7 years 33 weeks ago
 
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We had a male "ayi" when I lived in China.

He did the work just fine.

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If course there are "male ayi's" Didnt any of you read The Green Hornet? That was Kato's job!

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As I have stated before I am a skilled cook, and consider myself to be a renaissance man skilled in many facets of life and capable taking care of myself through self-reliance..

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Yes male Ayi's are existent as opposed to non-existent. Ever see the movie the babysitter? That guy was a male ayi and they do exist here in China and other parts of the world. If you think you wouldn't be able to find one a good one to replace Julio Cesar Chavez then you better bring your little boy toy....with you!

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what's it pay? i want a fur loin cloth tho, maybe black with gold fring for special occasions.

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