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relaxandrelease
Posted: Monday, June 15, 2009 11:31:04 PM

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Ling-Li wrote:
It's so nice to know I was missed... Thanks guys (and gals).

Actually my computer (amongst other expensive things) was stolen recently and I just replaced it (temporarily). I'm waiting on the insurance check atm.

Ling


That's bs. They took your stuff right out of your house? What A-holes. I hope the police in your area find them. Not to be a downer, but burglaries don't often get solved. But it's great that you have insurance.

Ferte in noctem animam meam, Illustre´╗┐ stelle viam meam. Aspectu illo glorior, Dum capit nox diem. Cantate vitae canticu, Sine dolore acte, Dicite eis quos amabam, Numquam obliviscar.
Guest
Posted: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 11:52:56 AM

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Ling, you should check any places that had sensitive info on that computer: banks, email accounts, credit card info, etc. If you haven't already. icon_smile
rxtales
Posted: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 2:46:59 PM

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Ling-Li wrote:
It's so nice to know I was missed... Thanks guys (and gals).

Actually my computer (amongst other expensive things) was stolen recently and I just replaced it (temporarily). I'm waiting on the insurance check atm.

Ling


Out of your house? They didn't steal any underwear did they??

In case you haven't read it yet we were talking about this in a previous thread.

I am not a creepy perv
Guest
Posted: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 4:35:31 PM

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They didn't take any panties... but they did find my (ahem) toys and placed them, not so discreetly in the center of my bed. They had ransacked everything else in the room, but those they placed strategically.

I actually think it was my ex-husband who did it (since everything that was stolen belonged to my bf) but there's no way to prove it.

And I haven't even heard from the detective yet.

As soon as I could, I changed all my passwords but there hasn't been any unknown activity on any of my accounts nor my cc's.

Thanks for the concern though. It's just more aggravating than anything.

Ling
rxtales
Posted: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 4:39:30 PM

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Ling-Li wrote:
They didn't take any panties... but they did find my (ahem) toys and placed them, not so discreetly in the center of my bed. They had ransacked everything else in the room, but those they placed strategically.

I actually think it was my ex-husband who did it (since everything that was stolen belonged to my bf) but there's no way to prove it.

And I haven't even heard from the detective yet.

As soon as I could, I changed all my passwords but there hasn't been any unknown activity on any of my accounts nor my cc's.

Thanks for the concern though. It's just more aggravating than anything.

Ling


Sorry to hear about all that.
Luckymann
Posted: Wednesday, June 24, 2009 7:11:08 AM

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Like the other shooting sports, frequency is self limited by the amount of ammo available.
Guest
Posted: Sunday, June 28, 2009 2:58:50 AM

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He says that guys HAVE to do it and that it's not sexual, necessarily.

Is that true?

Ling
Guest
Posted: Sunday, June 28, 2009 12:46:35 PM

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It's always sexual for me. I can't imagine it not being sexual. If I didn't do it, I'd just end up with a helluva wet dream in the middle of some night. My body makes sure I get a release one way or another.
Guest
Posted: Sunday, October 31, 2010 4:31:44 AM

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Yes obsession is always dangerous.

'I can't get no satisfaction'----------------Rolling Stones
Kenny8227
Posted: Sunday, October 31, 2010 6:23:58 PM

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Its always sexual. Doing it to release the sexual pent-up.
Rosehay
Posted: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 10:35:46 AM

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Over sixty-five you can actually feel how it takes its toll in energy loss.
Guest
Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 5:32:46 AM

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I for one can't get enough of it, even with regular sex.
mxxx
Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 7:49:24 AM

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I don't think it is wrong to masturbate a lot as long as it does not interfere in your sex life.
Rontre
Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 1:03:29 PM

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When you get my age you have to save it for the real thing!!!!!!!!
amber
Posted: Friday, November 26, 2010 8:53:55 AM

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Ling-Li wrote:
I am of course referring to male masterbation. We women can never have too many batteries. angel7

Ling~Li



i am gonna jump in here because i have come to disagree after hearing some situations of some friends

one got the magic wand after a break up and had not had a partner in a while.
she started using it all the time having awesome orgasms while it shook her brains out.
she eventually got a new bf and could not have an orgasm for a couple months because she was so "trained" by then to rely on the wand

another, again after a break up, did it every time she bathed, and she too couldnt have an orgasm for a long time again with bf

another friend tried to do it in wilder and wilder public places ... when it came to sex she couldnt get her bf to do it in public and she too couldnt orgasm for a while

i actually think the too much masturbation is more applicable to us than to the guys...SPECIALLY if we use vibrators when doing it
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