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An O-face is by far the sexiest and most seductive thing in the world to me.
To a man, or at least to me, my GF O-face silently reassures “You are everything society has told you you should be. You have fulfilled the most important role of what a man is supposed to be and have been deemed worthy. You are such a manly, manly man that I have completely lost all control of myself, down to my most basic motor and language skills. You have unraveled me, and I am falling apart beneath you, yet I trust you so completely to be totally and absolutely vulnerable before you. You make me happy and are the only one who can make me feel this way. Also, in ways that can be scientifically quantified, your dick gets me extremely high.”
My GF’s eyes always grow really wide, and search my own. I can see surprise, love, and a dash of fright in hers. I can read “I will love you forever, and for this brief instant I see, feel, hear, smell, and taste nothing but you. You are my entire universe for a handful of seconds. I have some reservations about trusting anyone this much, but make love to me. Gentle or rough, just satisfy yourself and have me completely.”
Then there are the squeaks, gasping breaths, and moans she makes, and those add another dimension to the whole situation. Honestly, I think I enjoy her orgasm more than mine. The best is when we both cum at the same time. I can’t describe it, but it reminds me of those Infinity mirrors…
The lack of control my GF experiences during an orgasm is complete and total bliss for me. I can’t help but be influenced by growing up in a world where media and society has taught my brain that a man MUST be able to please a woman. It’s almost the male equivalent of how media makes many women feel like they must be thin. Every one of my GF’s orgasms is a reassurance of my own value, both to her as her other half, and also an individual.
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By Roger Aldridge
How do people die in motor “accidents”?
I’ll tell you.
Some people explode — like a thin plastic envelope full of offal which has been hurled against a brick wall. No pain.
They put them on a sheet of canvas and pick it up at the corners like, as one tow truck driver described it: “A tub of guts”
I haven’t seen one of these.
Others die intact. Ruptured inside, you understand, but un-harmed to look at. There may be a thin, trickle
of blood from an ear or nostril.
It annoys you, subconsciously … you wish they’d raise a dead hand and wipe it away.
Death is not instantaneous.
Rather, it comes in a matter of minutes. There is no pain as we know it … nothing sharp, exquisite, searing. It is an inner numbness, a bubbling frothing thing and a terrible inability to breathe.
They are winded, punched in the stomach by a ton of metal moving at 60 mph or more, shattering
every bone in the body as a fist would shatter a wine glass wrapped in a rug.
They never breathe again.
I’ve seen a number of these.
Men die with their trousers on, which somehow lends them dignity.
Women die with their legs apart in a lewd display.
Children die most horribly because they are seldom properly seated or braced. And they
are very small. They are thrown through jagged windscreens to roll and skid along road surfaces
as abrasive as cheese-graters.
Decades ago, how were people able to get married in their 20’s, have kids, afford a house, live/strive rather comfortably, and still have enough saved up to retire?
I think it can be summed up by a conversation I had last week with one of my customers who used to work the same job as me 20 years ago.
Me: The problem is they start our pay out so low in comparison to other companies, but the benefits are amazing man.
Him: How much are they starting you at?
Me: $40,000 a year.
Him: Damn that’s the same pay they started me at 20 years ago.
So, considering inflation, the rising cost of blah blah blah, and the ever increasing need for the world to consume, 40k isn’t the same as 40k 20 years ago.
Watch This Car Drive Itself, The Future is Here (Video) – Radass
16 Of The Most Majestic Trees In The World – Ned Hardy
Hot girls with strong selfie game – Bro My God
The World’s 20 Best Skylines, Ranked – Linkiest
Iggy Azalea and Her Booty in a Bikini – G-Celeb
32 Delicious Sandwiches From Around The World – Buzzfeed
Darwin award nominees – Leenks
What It’s Like to Have a Dumb Tweet Ruin Your Life – Newser
Elizabeth Chevalier is in a bikini – Celeb Slam
Never Lose Your Wallet Again – The Gentleman’s Garage
Russian roulette ends in 17-year-old Southern California boy’s death – LA Times
My Eyes Are Up Here, But Yea, Aren’t They Great? (22 Pics) – Regretful Morning
These Gamer Chicks Will Have You Reaching For Your Joystick – Double Viking
his Is Why You’re Still Single (20 Pictures) – World Wide Interweb
Couple Have Sex in Subway While Woman Holds Baby – The Blemish
A Gallery of Couples that Truly Geeked Out For Their Weddings – Unreality Mag
Some Girls Smile Better Than Others (32 Pictures) – Banned In Hollywood
How to sign a $500,000 record contract without talent – Magnetic Mag