24 Dec 2013

A4A : Happy Holidays

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Dear Adam4Adam members,

We would like to take the time to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Enjoy this Holiday season and have fun with your friends and family.

Big hugs!

Dave and the A4A team

17 comments for A4A : Happy Holidays

  • merry x-mas and happy soltice. since i am a proud atheist i never us the word CHRISTin any word.

  • It’s nothing like a picture with a View!!!
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!! To Every LGTB Person in the World

  • Merry Christmas to you as well Dave

  • Merry Christmas to you Dave! and to each of the A4A staff!
    I wish you all the very best this and every year!


  • Nothing says Christmas like a picture of Santa bending over to pick up his shorts and showing his hole.

    Merry Christmas to A4A members! And a happy New Year!

  • Merry Christmas too everyone on Adam4Adam !

  • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you Dave and all the A4A Team too.

  • Same to you guys. Why did you have to show that ass? So perfect!

  • hope u all had a better x-mas n 2013 than I did things been shitty all year n didn’t change 2 nite even being around family.had a ok time earlier then all all down hill from there.Dean

  • Happy Holidays to all of you and the best for next year.

  • Merry Christmas to all on adam4adam

  • OMG,,,, would love to be on my knees behind you with my tongue out and ready to dive in deep in that ass. MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and to all the staff members.

  • Merry Christmas to you Dave and another happy new year. Thanks for all you do to keep us happy year after year. I have always wondered why anyone would bother having x-mas if they want nothing to do with Christ just forget the holiday and wait for the new year.

  • Thank you for your blog and your site. what a beautiful photo shot. Hope you have a great new year!

  • Scott, you do realize that you used the word “Christ” when you said “I never use the word ‘Christ’ in any word,” right? SMH

  • Scott, when you used “x-mas”, the “x” is the cross which is the symbol of the death and ressurction of Christ. In the past, believers balked at the use of “x-mas”, feeling it was lazy, but thinking has changed in recent years and it is now more accepted as a symbol for Chritsmas because research into Biblical writings found the “x” had been used to refer to the cross centuries ago. Maybe just stick to “the 25th”.

  • Why no face? & too much hair.

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