LOL @ above posts – hee hee. I must agree, it’s Lamebook FTW. I don’t think that tears or tears (sic) is a good way to promote lubrication. Anal is fun, as long as there is enough lube involved… I think he meant tears as in crying, ’cause good lord, that doesn’t make sense. *Shrieks in horror of phantom pain in rectum*
As for the rough sex/slow sex combo. They haven’t had enough practice. If they did, they would know that even if you start it off nice and slow, you can turn it around anytime!
Back in the day we used to go to the pub and somewhere during the banter there might have been a nudge-nudge-wink-wink moment. That barest of details was all we needed to know about a friend’s sex life.
I’ve hardly batted an eyelid since those times and suddenly people blurt “LOOK WE HAVE SEX GIVE US APPLAUSE!!” to all & sundry on facebook or some other texting format.
Gawd, excuse me but I’m going back to the pub now. Hope they haven’t morphed into internet cafés since.
(Oh, and Khalid, leave the “Keep me logged in” box unchecked the next time you do facebook at the offices and go on a lunch break!)
@Imamofo: You have a very dirty mind. Naughty boy, but your missus must be very happy.
Personally, I’d like to give Claire a test drive. I’d get under her bonnet and oil all her moving parts before riding her around the block to see if I could make her wheels come off. I bet she already has a lot of miles on the clock though.
@Mercure: I usually keep the missus drugged up to a certain level, which renders happiness all but impossible, luckily it also renders her escape improbable too.
They’ve pixelated her pic because that is her ACTUAL face, Claire is getting banged in the back of cars because she’s an Albino, with no eyes and no mouth. Otherwise she’d be getting it in a Travelodge or sommat.
I get the feeling Jack won’t be able to keep it up out there in a snow drift, so Leila won’t have to put up with his shitty music for long. I’m also sure the neighbors will appreciate this unspectacular show.
I’m into freaky stuff, but seriously, does this sound appealing to anyone other than an Inuit?