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"So the waitress can bend over and say "Aww, how cute!" and you're all..."


blue queen - Scene 6

He looked smaller than Keenan, still quite attractive though, muscular. My mind was elsewhere, replaying those text messages in my mind. For the rest of the morning, I lazed Pasison with my friends.

He then put his head down and began licking my clit up and down at a rapid motion, my clit was engorged by the size of a pea by now.

blue queen - Scene 6

Director?" "Er, yes," he nodded, staring at her cleavage as he walked past us. "I asked them nicely and they gave me a hand. All of a sudden I felt, his hands grab my hips, I thought he might be getting in to position to start eating me out while I was eating out his wife.

I felt my cock pressing against my pants even more and I knew they would rip any moment. "What do you mean, movie?" the director groaned as Janet rode him hard and fast, feeding her pussykitty. It hurt pretty badly, but that kinda thing happens a lot when your working with 1,600lbs of beef.

"It must be a rear entrance to the estate" she said to herself.


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Meziktilar 10 months ago
Gotta take the bitter with the sweet. All about balance.
Kajir 10 months ago
If you have, answer your own question dearest
Fauzahn 10 months ago
We all know you love her tits
Akik 9 months ago
Well Tim Hudak said exactly what you say in paragraph 2 and look where that got him. I presume you voted for Hudak.
Kazikinos 9 months ago
Yes, God should be a choice of how 'it' provides to 'us' the most benevolent force that allows all to be benevolent inwardly and outwardly.
Moogull 9 months ago
So you can't describe why it's a bad comparison. Just as I suspected.
Teran 9 months ago
If sex isn't sinful, why did Jesus have to be conceived in a virgin, that is a woman who hadn't had sex. And then that woman had to also need to be immaculately conceived?
Samutilar 9 months ago
I thought that was just butchered French. The forest of Ardennes would be in Belgium, no?
Daijas 9 months ago
The only moon someone from Scotland ever landed on, was their skirt-less backside...
Goltisar 8 months ago
Sounds like Howie Mendels world!
Juzshura 8 months ago
You just don't get it.
Kalmaran 8 months ago
I gotta a feeling the CHURCH has pulled the biggest FRAUD in history!
Mekasa 8 months ago
I block people when I feel like it.
Tautaur 7 months ago
You must have a reason for thinking that.
Tojara 7 months ago
He always posts without thinking.
Fekree 7 months ago
Check out the propaganda posters from WW1 - one can easily see where Tolkien has picked up his image of orcs. Sharp teeth, green skin, so on.
Arashilrajas 7 months ago
So is genetic diversity a priority for this Martian community, or not? If it is, they'd better support the disabled, because they have genes too. Given the technology available to our Martians, those genes would be useful even for those so disabled that they couldn't reproduce naturally.
Nak 7 months ago
I agree but that's why people distinguish truth with a T, and personal truth. A personal truth indicates a belief with great conviction, a hypothesis thought to be very likely true.
Gardajas 7 months ago
I had that exact moment after I said good morning. I had to double check??
Shakalkree 6 months ago
Thanks for another thoughtful comment, greenpeace. I?ve enjoyed the dialogue. I generally stick to original sources, but Bergson is one whose original work I?ve never read (much of). I have a couple books of his sitting on my Kindle, but haven?t gotten around to them. This convo is getting him back onto my to-read list. I think you might like him quite a bit. He was a philosophy star for a minute in the early 20th century, but then quickly fell out of fashion as he rose to prominence about the same time as Einstein?s general relativity took center-stage. He famously debated Einstein about whether time or space is primary, with (of course) Einstein arguing for space. ?The world? agreed with Einstein and Bergson was basically forgotten. But he has made a comeback, and obviously with his emphasis on time, he fits nicely with process philosophy and theology. He also fits kind of perfectly with your earlier comments about ?wave mechanics? and the ?hologram model.? Some years ago, I read a book by a guy named Stephen Robbins called ?Time and Memory: A primer on the scientific mysticism of consciousness? in which he used Bergson?s conception of consciousness to posit a combination of those ideas. Basically, he asserts that Bergson thought of the brain as what we might now call a ?modulated reconstructive wave? passing through a holographic field, in terms of how we perceive and construct our experience of reality. You might find Bergson (and Robbins) very pertinent to your approach. Again, I haven?t read Bergson and obviously he wrote long before the hologram was a glint in anyone?s eye, so I don?t know how directly his language (or its translation into English) conforms to the framework in which Robbins presents his views.
Fegami 6 months ago
We do not.
Vudogami 6 months ago
Yes you are right
Tojat 6 months ago
Scientific methodology requires demonstration. Personal accounts are insufficient in that regard.
Mazusho 5 months ago
OHHHHhhhhh Kayyyyy Now I am creeeeeped out. Some one who has not touched a keyboard posting on Disqus since 2015 JUST followed me... should I panick?

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