I'm in my mid 40's and am a retired Officer from the Canadian Infantry. I am a gentleman and treat women with respect, which is why it always takes me forever to make a "first move" sometimes to the frustration of who I'm with. Once I get in the bedroom however, I am really adventurous and open minded, sometimes much to the surprise of who I'm with!
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http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_f6jKw0SgB14/TMqjBREV14I/AAAAAAAABEI/IpZlQz7KER8/s1600/hot+car+wash+girls.jpg Women washing a car that only asses drive. Like maybe... a Hummer.
Ooooh! Oooh! Ooooh! I want to say so much on this topic. I agree with most of what's been posted so far. I read these posts and want to say "Yes yes yes!!" So I'll try to limit myself to new ones, but it's hard not to repeat some of the ones that really irk me."First of all". Yes, the point you are about to make is the first, so it is first of all the others. I suppose this is grammatically correct but there is no need to add the "of all"."Second of all". How can something be second of all the other things? Does that mean everything else comes first? Do you mean last? "Most unique" or "very unique". Unique is unique. One of a kind. It doesn't need to be qualified. Saying the word "like" when not making a comparison. This has become common in speech, but, like, people are, like, doing it too much. It's like, it is said, like, multiple times in each sentence. I know am guilty of this in speech myself, so I feel really, like, guilty when I catch myself. I suppose it means you can't think of a better word, so you are just expressing something "like" you wish you could? I "liked' when Jimmy Kimmel did a count of Miley Cyrus using the word "like" 24 times in 30 seconds though. That was, like, awesome.Irregardless is not a word (although the Lush spell check doesn't flag it... hmmm). I have an Occupational Therapist that says this, and there is no polite or delicate way that I can correct her. I enjoyed in the TV series "Band of Brothers" when David Schwimmer's character said it, to show what a fool he was. I always wonder how many people that watched that show caught it. The misuse of the words "I" and "Me". This is really irritating, and has become so widespread, I am starting to wonder if their usage rules have changed. It seems that no one is getting this right lately, and it's all over popular culture. I hear it most when I watch reality TV programs. (My own fault to be sure, but we each have our guilty pleasures). I see this everywhere - in conversation, on facebook, and even in the media. "A colleague took my wife and I to supper" WRONG. Changing of the Guard. Nope. It's Changing the Guard... no need for the "of". I was in a Guards regiment. Even they get it wrong sometimes. Finally (for this post), one of the most annoying things people say is, "It's not you, it's me." Nope. If you are breaking up with someone, you may really even think that it's you that needs a change, but in reality, it's you that finds the other person has a fault you can't live with, so it's really them. Don't use this line. Ok, so like, that's all for now.
Ya, that was 3 leaves trying to look like a Maple Leaf. I'm Canadian. I know. http://www.canadaka.net/modules/My_eGallery/gallery/canadagirls/MelaniePittsTimS.jpg Canada Bikini
http://media.onsugar.com/files/2011/05/19/2/1643/16439570/e0/canadian-convention-body-art_2.jpg I agree Geek. The United Statesians need to open up a bit. I love this idea. Celebrate Canada Day!Canadian Body Paint.
The most famous laptop of all... http://static2.fashionmagazine247.com/img/12922/30.jpg Red pants.
I think the brunettes and the grey haired have been neglected in this debate. :)
I prefer without one. When I put them on, I get really really hard and excited. I don't know why. So I last longer without one. Go figure!
I had a girlfriend that bought a pocket rocket which she used on me for frenulum massage. Awesome. I used it back on her so we both enjoyed it. Years later, we are no longer together, but I have an Occupational Therapist that comes over once every two weeks to help me out with my depression and anxiety, and she saw it on the dresser. "Feeling good this week?" she asked me. I didn't have anything to say, let alone that I hadn't realised it was sitting there for years. Talk about triggering my anxiety! I felt better when she said "Oh, we've all got one, so relax."
Eyes closed. Enjoy the senses.But the first time I made out, I opened my eyes to make sure it was real and she really chose to kiss me!
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