Forum posts made by dancing_doll

Topic Your First Bra...
Posted 26 Mar 2014 06:17

I got a gift bag from my mom - basically they were like bralettes in stretchy/sports-bra type material. The colours were blush pink, peachy-nude and basic nude. Not particularly exciting. Then again, I wasn't the type to need much support. Eventually I started in on the cuter designs and colours - mostly from the Victoria Secret PINK line.

Topic What would you do?
Posted 25 Mar 2014 09:42

I have two female friends that have it. They are both very conscious of the implications when they get involved with a new partner/potential-BF and it does weigh on their minds - having to have "the talk" - usually on the 2nd or 3rd date. They both have long term boyfriends now and they were informed before anything sexual happened. To be honest - I know one of the girls went through a phase at one point where she was hooking up a lot (casually) and while I didn't ask - I'm not so sure all her one-night stands were informed every single time - especially if alcohol or party favours were involved.

I do think there are many who have it who probably don't care when it comes to one-night stands or getting involved with people they may never see again. They may even assume that based on the stats, lots of people have it and do the same thing. They may assume that condoms are enough protection. Or they may just think hey - this person knows it's a one-night hook-up - the onus is on them when it comes to their own health risks.

Personally, I would be furious if someone I got involved with knew but didn't tell me. The 'haven't had an outbreak in a while' isn't enough because the virus is constantly shedding in the entire boxer short area and 70% of transmissions occur when people have no symptoms. This is why it's become (statistically) so common. Unfortunately if someone is concerned they've been infected or just want a regular check-up, they have to request the specific tests be done for herpes. It's not automatically covered with a regular pap. As well, it can lay dormant for quite some time (even years) so people tend to not know they have it until they actually have an outbreak. Anyway, that's why condoms are a must if you don't know a partner well - while they're not a 100% guarantee, they are the best protection you have other than just not having sex.

If I found out I'd been purposely deceived on this one, it would be a dealbreaker for me. People should inform prospective partners - even those one-nighters - and let them make the decision based on risks for themselves. Some might not care so much or be fine with diligent condom use or maybe they even have it themselves - but I think it's wrong to make assumptions or choices that can potentially affect another person for the rest of their lives. I don't blame your friend for being upset about it.

Topic Fake Cum
Posted 25 Mar 2014 07:30

I've looked at fake cum recipes before but haven't gotten around to it yet. This looks like a good recipe!

I've vaguely talked about the idea of fake cum with partners - adding it to certain role play scenarios etc, but just haven't tried it yet.

Topic Why?
Posted 24 Mar 2014 09:10

Are you talking about girls asking this question during cybersex or sexting or girls asking this question when on a date or in the 'getting to know you stage' in real life? There's a big difference.

If you're talking about a size question coming up over some anonymous cybersex - well, it's kind of par for the course. They want to visualize, imagine it. You're already talking about raunchy, dirty things, so why wouldn't that Q come up, right? If a girl randomly messages you with "Hi, my name is Katie - how big is your dick?" then yeah, you'd have more reason to be suspicious.

Are girls asking you this during real life meetings and dates? I'm guessing it's far less common. When it does happen, just assume that the girl is only interested in you as a fuckbuddy, so she's just not bothering to censor herself. And assumably it's already been tied into some heavy sex conversation leading up to the real thing anyway. I remember asking once (not Lush-related) but the sexting was super dirty, a hook-up was in the works, and I had no interest in him beyond sex. Plus I was curious - especially after talking about the some of things we had planned. Size might have made a difference.

Anyway - I guess the point is - not everyone is looking for a meaningful or deep relationship. And... if you're already talking dirty, dick size shouldn't be all that shocking if you've already asked her things like what she looks like, is she shaved, how big are her breasts, what is she wearing, send me naked pics, whats your snapchat etc. In these situations, I think dick size is fair game.

If it's a girl asking you out of the blue (IRL) or on a first date, yeah, I can see why it would feel off-putting. But I doubt that happens very often.

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 23 Mar 2014 20:08

Not only does Terminus looks disarmingly creepy but I'm not totally convinced they don't have Beth on that BBQ. geek

Ok, maybe it's not Beth - but I do think that big BBQ looked ominous. Plus, if you've diversified your menu options, it's such an easy way to lure people in.

My other thoughts on the episode:

- Yay, Maggie and Glenn are reunited just in time as I was about to start hating Glenn for being so stubborn and reckless in his ultra impatient quest to find her. I felt so bad for Tara limping along and ready to sacrifice herself for his cause. Seriously, who would go through that tunnel if they didn't have to?

- Isn't it strange that Maggie doesn't seem to care at all about her sister's welfare? All the notes along the way to Terminus were only for Glenn. When Sasha mused about Tyrese possibly being at Terminus and how she needed to know for piece of mind, Maggie said nothing - not did she even look similarly concerned. It was as if Beth's fate wasn't even on her radar.

- This whole showdown between the gangsters/Darryl and Rick, Michonne and Carl looks like it's going to be intense.

- They'd better not kill Rick Grimes on next week's finale! I am nervous at the way they've been presenting him lately - especially that fond look back at Carl as he makes nice with Michonne in the candybar reminded me of the reflective scenes before Hershel's demise. Just... ugh. They better not kill his character off! I will be traumatized and I really think the show would suffer without him.

Topic Regulation on Bondage gear.. your thoughts about it..
Posted 21 Mar 2014 08:10

Since all the responders so far are men, I'll go ahead and throw in my woman's opinion on this. It's not a feasible option. Ban leather cuffs, you've still got rope, chain, duct tape, zip ties, handcuffs, butcher's twine, silk scarves, ties, belts, electrical cords... Oh, I could keep going, but I think you get the drift.

I agree with this.

I wouldn't think it would be that common to use store-bought BDSM gear - of the kinds I've seen, they don't look all that foolproof compared to zip ties, rope, duct tape - which is what I most commonly hear being referenced in homicides or abductions/rape. Maybe aside from 'date rape' types or some specialized psycho who is already into that scene, I wouldn't think it would be that common for a hard criminal to bother spending all that extra cash on leather cuffs and fancy BDSM gear - I just don't think they care about their victims in the same way. $20 at Home Depot can make a basic disposable restraint kit that is less likely to tie them to a crime scene or distinguish their handiwork if they are serial rapists/murderers.

Topic Love or Sex?
Posted 19 Mar 2014 19:47

At this stage in my life, I really couldn't be with either version you presented.

The 'love but no sex' guy would maybe be an option if I was much older. And if I was already with a guy I was in love with but for some medical reason sex was off the table for a while (eg. injury, illness etc) then I wouldn't leave. I suppose there are also options for an open relationship there too.

If both guys were presented to me 'as is' though, I'd rather just be single and do my own thing.

Topic Attention!!!!
Posted 19 Mar 2014 19:02

I don't think blanket statements pro or con are helpful. We all have a responsibility to make informed decisions about our health and that of our loved ones. I would only trust respected sources like the NIH or other such sites. Reading something on some obscure internet site does not make it the truth or reliable. Taking health advice about vaccinations from C-list celebrities (e.g. Jenny MCarthy and the purported connection between autism and vaccinations) is also not wise.

Yes, but it’s also unwise to assume someone’s opinion is based on consulting obscure websites and C-list celebrities. geek

It is a rare person that will say that all vaccines are 'bad' or unnecessary. There are, however, many elective vaccines with real and scary side effects that have been rushed to market to gain market share when a competing pharma company lands there first or is launching at a comparable time. There is also overmarketing and incentive pushes when a drug is basically one of the few viable moneymakers in situations where a pharma company has suffered a massive financial loss with another drug that tanked due to emerging health risks (I won't name names) . If there's nothing else in the pipeline, efforts then turn to whatever drug is going to bring in the numbers. I am not wholly 'against' Big Pharma either - but they are there to make money before anything else.

Yes, it's important to do your own research and read the reputable studies from reputable sources (eg. the NEJM). I wouldn't rely on a doctor's opinion quite honestly. They are less informed than you'd think, particularly when it comes to new meds/vaccines. Their 'continued health education' on these drugs and the disease area is paid for by the pharma companies - who obviously have a vested interest in how the drugs are perceived. There are many excellent vaccinations (particularly in childhood) but people need to think about the electives and adult vaccinations and the effect it has on the immune system and the very real potential for autoimmune disorders. It's a personal decision but it's important to know the benefits vs risks with each one. When those informed decisions are made, I don't believe that physicians (or even vets for that matter) should keep trying to force it.

Topic Attention!!!!
Posted 18 Mar 2014 14:48

As for the HPV vaccine - it quite possibly causes more of a risk to health than the infection itself. The infection is not guaranteed to cause cancer.

Put it this way, there is no fucking way on this earth that I would allow my daughters to receive this vaccination - too many young girls have died as a result, or been left with permanent side effects. It's worth taking a look - there is a lot of info to be found on this now, to let you better make up your own mind.

My doctor keeps pushing me to get this every year I go in for a physical. I say no, and she still tries to find ways to sway me in favour of it. It's so annoying. We are such an over-vaccinated society.

Topic Flight MH370 - What happened to it?
Posted 18 Mar 2014 14:02

Based on things that have come out, the only thing that makes sense to me is a highly sophisticated terrorist op.

The last message from the pilot is 'Goodnight' - then exactly 2 minutes later the first transmitter is manually turned off in the cockpit. This means at least one of the pilots was in on it. It's too much of a coincidence to think that someone else on the plane hijacked the cockpit in those two minutes. I would be pointing first to the pilot that had a flight simulator installed in his house. They might have both been in on it, but all they'd really need is one.

They took the plane up to 45,000ft - where the lack of oxygen would basically disable and kill all the passengers, therefore removing any threat from them. There is no other real reason to bring the plane to that altitude.

Then it was brought down to 10,000 ft in the middle of the night to avoid sky-traffic and fly basically undetected for who knows how long and who knows where.

It could have been landed in a remote area and is being repainted and packed with bombs and explosives. Then you have a flying missile that (depending on the nature of the explosives) could do major damage. If I was in Tel Aviv right now, for example, I'd be nervous.

Everyone is assuming it crashed into the ocean "somewhere" but this wasn't done on a whim. Why would it crash? It had fuel, experienced pilots, people who know how to effectively make the plane go 'dark'. I assume they had a legit plan for the plane. If something happens, I assume it'll be in the next couple of weeks. If someone has the plane, I doubt they'd want to wait that much longer and risk detection.

The idea of pilot suicide doesn't make sense to me. A suicidal pilot isn't going to go up to 45,000 feet to knock out all the passengers, turn off all these transponders and then fly around on a new, deliberate and specified flight path for 5+ hours just to randomly ditch it into the ocean.

It's all theories and what ifs for now. Even the info they've released up until now can change or be wrong.

There are scary possibilities though.

Topic Girls, do you carry condoms?
Posted 17 Mar 2014 15:18

Yes, I've always carried them as well.

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 17 Mar 2014 11:21

This is why Carol confessed to Tyreese. She wanted to die but couldn't bring herself to commit suicide. Carol is going to bear watching in the future.

I interpreted it as Carol affording Tyrese the same kind of retribution/sentencing that they'd just carried out with Lizzie. Like technically Carol had killed Karen and David - so why should she be forgiven when Lizzie had not been given a second chance? Now - obviously I understand why - Carol's actions were done with intent to protect the group. Lizzie's intentions were psychopathic. But still... Not to mention with something that emotionally devastating behind them, it was a good time to come clean and deal with whatever consequences he felt were justified.

If I was Tyrese, I would just forge onward with Carol but then when they find the rest of the group, I would distance myself and probably not be going out of my way to be chummy with her. At this point he has no choice but to forgive and deal with the situation. Going at it alone (with a baby) would not be fun.

Topic Girls who shave~ What Razor Do You Think Is BEST?
Posted 17 Mar 2014 10:27

I use Venus or the Bic Soleil. The Bic seem to give a closer shave - the blade feels sharper too or it might be the way the head is modelled (it doesn't have the lower flap surrounding it that Venus does). They come in triple or 4-blade versions. They look fairly similar otherwise - ie. colour range, rubber grip etc.

I haven't used anything other than these two brands so there might be something better out there but I just haven't found it yet. I do prefer disposables though.

I think exfoliation and shave cream is important too. It makes a huge difference in my opinion. I use the H2O Sea Salt Skin Smoother on my legs a couple of times a week in the shower (you can probably make a similar DIY sea salt scrub) and then lather with Kiehls Mahvelous Legs Shave Cream (which I use wherever I plan to shave). My skin is baby smooth afterward.

I wax where possible (Brazillian, underarms etc. I'll do my legs sometimes too, but I hate the grow-out required, especially in the summer so I tend to default to razors).

Topic Flowers
Posted 17 Mar 2014 08:07

And if we are in a relationship, flowers are always appreciated although this may sound weird but I much prefer potted flowers I can plant in my garden instead.

One of my favourite things was when someone sent me this amazing arrangement of orchids potted with stones in a low square glass terrarium. The way it had been done up looked so cool. I had it on my window ledge for years.

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 17 Mar 2014 07:08

Just heartbreaking when they came back and found Mika. I was totally gutted.

Definitely no potential left in Lizzie's liability. Carol had to kill her. There was really nothing else for it. Interesting question though, Doll, would the outcome have been the same if she was her real daughter? As much as it pains me, I think the answer's yes. Lizzie was too far gone, and there was no reasoning with her. And if she'd killed my other daughter, I just couldn't look at her anymore. I just couldn't. Here and now, the best mental health care I could find/afford. Zombie apocalypse, she's done like a dinner.

Sure, all the warning signs were there, and I can sit here on my couch and say I never would have left Lizzie alone with the other children. But hindsight is 20/20. I don't know that Carol and Tyreese knew as much as wee did, to say nothing of the limited options they had there in the moment. Still, you've got to wonder why they didn't keep a closer eye on the kids.

I just feel numb after that one.

If Tyrese saw her nailing a bunny to a board "for fun", that definitely should have rang the alarm bells. And then Mika saying she wasn't "messed up like her sister", and the incident playing tag with the walker in the yard. I dunno - like all of these things would concern me that she's not right in the head and therefore unpredictable in a bad way. I agree though, at a time like that I guess they don't have the luxury of overthinking things like trying to help rehabilitate her or reason with her. Maybe Tyrese even felt protective in a way since technically Lizzie saved his life back at the prison.

I'm still not totally sure how I'd handle it if they were both my kids. It would be hard to lose one, but then the idea of losing two - the second at your own hands. Not sure I could deal with that and still go on. I mean it's a pretty brutal environment for any kid to grow up in - it would probably be hard for me to just place the blame on Lizzie and wash my hands of the whole thing. I might be tempted to just keep Lizzie away from everyone else and stay at the house at the Grove to play things out until things end for one or both of us.

Anyway, since these kids weren't really strongly affiliated to anyone - the decision was much easier. I do wonder what would have happened if, when walking toward the flowers, Lizzie had been saying "I'm sorry" for what she had done to Mika rather than apologizing to Carol for pointing the gun at her. If she'd shown some shred of remorse, I can't imagine it would be that easy to do what was done.

This episode gave me some nightmares last night. Embarassed

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 16 Mar 2014 20:32

This was an insane and sad episode.

I definitely agree, the kettle boiling scene with the image outside the window was definitely creepy.

I will say the crispy walkers were interesting. My question is how come they didn't die? They showed that fire would kill the walkers in the barn but why did these walkers just burn?

Did they die in the barn fire? I thought they were just wandering around the burning barn. I can't remember that scene exactly.

I do remember that other scene when Milton torched the walker pit - when the Governor's henchman showed up the next day and saw the outcome, they were all melted together at the bottom of the pit but were still "animated"... So I figured fire doesn't work.

I think the crispy walkers were just singed/burned though. They probably walked through the fire at Darryl's old place but weren't trapped there for any prolonged period of time so they just keep on walking.

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 16 Mar 2014 20:02

"Just keep looking at the flowers, Lizzie..."

Damn... intense episode!

The writing, the symbolism, every little detail on this one was absolutely perfect and so multi-layered. I'm in awe over the quality of the storytelling and the way they bring back references to previous episodes and themes - even down to the puzzle pieces on the table as Carol makes her final confession. And even the super crispy walkers being reminiscent of Karen's demise for Tyreese. And that kettle boiling scene with the image outside the window was sooo creepy.

So... that scene. Don Carol Corleone came through. I wasn't sure if they would just let Mika - the Walker Version - finish off Lizzie (on some level I think that would have been more appropriate, although obviously more gruesome), but it was clear she was past the point of no return as far as rehabilitation. Everything Lizzie did in this episode was so disturbing. I think it's easier to make a more pragmatic decision because these aren't anyone's real kids. Imagine if you were the parent of the girls - not sure if the decision would have been so clear. Or maybe it would have been? Not sure how I would process it if it was me.

Do you think they should have taken more precautions with Lizzie after seeing obvious red flags with her behaviour? Like would a reasonable person have seen this coming? They were certainly able to list off all the warning signs after the fact.

I was so sad for Mika though - she was so adorable on every level.

Topic The Third Date Rule
Posted 16 Mar 2014 14:26

This was kind of interesting - from the Wiki page on Three-Date Rule

An anonymous poll carried out by among 5,237 singles suggests that in general there is no such rule, judging from the answers to the question, "How many dates does it take before you become intimate?"

One: 12.74%
Two: 24.94%
Three: 21.48%
Four or more: 34.18%
Only after marriage: 6.66%

Topic The Third Date Rule
Posted 16 Mar 2014 14:18

3rd date for SERIOUS relationship prospects? i dunno about all that. but maybe i'm just old fashioned.

i feel it takes months if not years to fully know someone. and even then nothing is set in stone.

but this 3rd date rule sounds like fun. *takes women out on a date 3 days in a row* CHA-CHING!

Yeah, but having sex is part of getting to know someone. Three dates is just to establish whether there's enough chemistry to keep it going. It doesn't guarantee anything, but sort of establishes the situation as having more potential than a one-niter or fuckbuddy if things go well. If all I see is potential for casual hook-ups, I don't need dinner or deep conversations.

You old fashioned pear, you. :) So, how many dates until you're peeling the fruit?

Topic Is this a sign that I should back off?
Posted 16 Mar 2014 13:56

Just wanted to say - just because he changed his FB status on Feb. 19th doesn't mean he met Katie on the 19th. It takes *a lot* for many people to change their FB status to 'in a relationship' - it assumes there was obviously some dating intensity leading up to that moment where you are calling each other BF/GF and changing statuses. People seem to do it pretty fast on Lush but on FB where family and real life friends view things, it can take months of dating and getting to know each other before going 'public' as a committed couple. At least that's how it was for me and probably most of the people I know. Might be different with others though - I tend to run in commitment phobic circles. :p

Topic Mens Thongs.
Posted 16 Mar 2014 12:34

I don't like them at all.

Years ago, on one very drunken night, I hooked up with a guy I knew (we were very casual friends). I'm not even sure we actually had full sex because we were both that wasted. But I do remember seeing him in a thong when he took his pants off and I think I started giggling. He had a great bod so it wasn't that it looked awful - but it was just... a thong - on a guy! lol. 3/4 of the night was obliterated by vodka but that image of him in a red thong is burned into my mind forever.

Boxer-briefs or just boxers are a million times sexier.

Topic Snapchat
Posted 16 Mar 2014 12:11

So I suppose if I snap chatted across to another continent I probably would have no backlash I just want a little exciting fun.

I don't think there's much backlash risk if that person isn't connected to your immediate circle of friends etc and you keep your face out of pics. I think girls run more of a risk when it comes to sending dirty pics - there's more of a market for them online if one wanted to do something shady after-the-fact. But yeah, go for it. It's a popular app!

Topic The Third Date Rule
Posted 16 Mar 2014 12:02

I used to follow the third date rule for serious relationship prospects. First date - you get to know each other. Second date - you already know you're into each other so you can delve into things a little more and connect. Third date the guy invites you over to his place where he wants to cook you dinner. The dinner is fantastic, he's at the top of his game, time to get nekkid. :)

It's not like it *always* happens this way, and maybe it depends more on the way you initially met, but yeah, I'm aware of the third date rule as a general guideline.

Topic Snapchat
Posted 16 Mar 2014 11:39

Yes, but if one's intention is to use Snapchat because the pic exchange supposedly leaves no permanent trace, that is false. Either person can easily take a screenshot and keep the photo.

So - I guess it's a mix of how much you trust the person you're sending pics to, how much you're willing to risk and whether one is smart enough to always crop their head out of the pics they send. :)

Topic Happy Birthday to DanielleX
Posted 16 Mar 2014 07:33

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Happy Birthday! Hope you have a fantastic one!

Topic Flowers
Posted 16 Mar 2014 07:05

I do like them - but one fabulous flower is just as good as a huge bouquet. Really, it's the thought behind it.

Just avoid them on the first date. And really until we're 'generally going out', I wouldn't bother with them. I might be more sensitive this way because I have had the experience of 'early use of flowers' correlate to 'scary/unstable men' so now it has the ability to make me a little anxious if there's flowers right out of the gate. That's just me though. Due to six months of being terrorized by a legitimate stalker, yellow roses still have the ability to turn my stomach and unnerve me.

Once in a relationship or in the early stages of "wow, we're both into each other, this is awesome" - flowers are definitely a nice thing - especially if they're unique or have a personal touch - like you picked them out yourself or maybe a certain flower made you think of me. To me, the default roses feel overly formal. There are so many pretty flowers in the world that are more interesting and also cost less.

Topic Is this a sign that I should back off?
Posted 16 Mar 2014 06:14

Yes, the first thing you do when you're single is chance your FB status. Provided a relationship was important enough for you to change your status in the first place, the dissolution of this relationship should likely impact someone enough to change it back to single.

Unless... they're on 'a break' or in the final stages of the relationship - and in both cases, I would suggest proceeding with caution.

Quite honesty, some guys who are looking for some fun don't think twice about publicly being viewed as in a relationship or married. I met a guy in an upscale bar a few years ago, he gave me his card, we had a fun night (non-sexual, although he was pushing to drive me home and come to my place for 'one last drink'). He wanted to take me out, asked if he could call. He was good looking and fun, so I thought sure, why not. Then the next day, in my hangover haze, I pulled out his card and did a little googling. I found his Facebook page and not only was he married, but his profile pic was of him and his lovely wife. lol. He called me later that day wanting to take me out for dinner - I asked him about being married without mentioning Facebook - he admitted that he was and then asked if I thought that was a problem. Uhmm... ya think? This kind of thing has happened to me a few times - Google and Facebook are a girl's best friend. Use them. Anyway - moral of the story - don't put it past people. Many cheat, many don't care, and many will assume you won't care either.

Since you started online, I don't think it's a big deal to say that you were going to add him on Facebook but then noticed his status. Do it in a casual way - just say that it's cool, but you don't want to be 'that girl' so you wanted to know. If he spins an unrealistic tale, take it with a grain of salt. You can continue, but if you notice he's secretive with his phone, always needs to text when you're out late with him, won't introduce you to his friends or isn't available on Friday/Saturday nights, I would assume Katie is still around.

Topic Facial Exercises
Posted 16 Mar 2014 05:46

Hmm... I think these would be useful for those in maybe a long-term hospital setting where they rarely interact with people or change expressions. I think most people naturally make a lot of these expressions during the day so the face muscles are already contracting and moving.

Also, since there's no before and after, I'm not convinced it makes much of a difference. It actually goes against what plastic surgeons and botox devotees teach - the more elastic you make the skin, the more it wrinkles. I mean botox actually prevents one from making certain expressions to prevent permanent creasing, so not sure how 'expressions until you feel a burn' would be a good thing? Maybe I've got my medical science mixed up somehow, but the philosophies seem at odds with each other.

Honestly, I think ageing and sagging of the face are largely due to genetics, weight and skin care. This means your natural face shape/contouring, whether you have excess weight or bloating (eg. under the neck or on cheeks), lifestyle issues (eg. smoking, drinking) and the elasticity of the skin - which is both genetic and how you take care of it are going to be the main factors at play.

Having said that, I've heard blow-job facial exercises are the fountain of youth. :p

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 14 Mar 2014 11:40

InsideTV ]

We’re hitting the home stretch of season 4 for AMC’s The Walking Dead, and according to creator Robert Kirkman, said homestretch is going to be a doozy. That doozydom — yes, I just made that word up — will begin this Sunday night with an episode that Kirkman insists is “definitely one that people are going to remember and it’s definitely one people are going to talk about. If there is one episode of The Walking Dead that you absolutely had to watch this season, it would be this one. You kind of have to watch all of them, but it’s going to be a big episode. We’re going to catch a lot of people off guard.”

EW: I remember chatting with Andrew Lincoln a few months back and him telling me there was one episode where he could not believe you guys were actually doing what you were doing. I’m starting to get the feeling he was talking about this next episode.
ROBERT KIRKMAN: That would definitely be this episode.

Ruh-roh... Looks like a rather screamy Sunday night is ahead!

Topic How did you get your first true sex toy?
Posted 13 Mar 2014 10:09

It was during my first year university - was shopping with a girlfriend and we wandered into an adult boutique for a browse and each ended up buying something.