Welcome to PhicklePhilly!

This blog will be about my life here in Philadelphia. People I meet, and the experiences I have with them. Mostly women. I am a gentleman, but I have been told I am very fickle. My goal is to write a different little story each week. They will all be true, colorful and candid. “Life is fleeting and fragile. Enjoy yourself!”


Author: phicklephilly

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5 thoughts on “Welcome to PhicklePhilly!”

  1. Dear phicklephilly: good morning and thanks for following my blog. Yours seem very interesting and I will definetely catch up on some of them this week-end. And just to think that I had the impression that the city of Brotherly Love was full of Quakerite smugness. Ciao!

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    1. Hello! Thank you for your kind words and for following and reading my blog! Yours looks very interesting as well! Some times the City of Brotherly Love can be a bit course, but there is some really great people in this city, and I think that’s what’s helping us all grow.

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      1. I can’t believe the beautiful faces of these girls. Are they for real? I feel envious already. Don’t miss my regular series called “Emotional frustration” as it might give you some insights about the emotional maelstrom inside each and every woman. Knowledge is power!


  2. Hi there, I read through a few of your articles here.
    I did have a question though that I hope you could answer.
    I was wondering, Can off-duty police officers have the same authority as on-duty officers?
    I’m about to get hired as an officer so It’s something I’d like to know.
    I would really appreciate any help you could give me!

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