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When you assume: A “Nice Guy” launches a pre-emptive strike

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So I’ve been reading Reddit’s CreepyPMs subreddit a lot lately, where the recipients of bizarre and, well, creepy personal messages share them with the world. As you might imagine, some of the creepiest come from complete strangers on dating sites, like the following message received by a young woman on MeetMe, who put up a profile stating that she was looking for friends only (she already has a boyfriend) and that she would talk to anyone.

Well, one young man didn’t quite believe her, and sent this message:

assume

He doesn’t judge, huh? That’s the most judgy non-judgemental message I’ve ever seen.

If you haven’t already checked out CreepyPMs, go take a look. You can lose hours in there.

 

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dallasapple
dallasapple
6 years ago

I think being shaved down there makes women look like little girls but that’s my own personal thought on the matter.

So do I and I think that is why some guys insist on it . I think a guy that likes it for a change but likes it either way is not the same guy that would think a woman disgusting or call her nasty if she has hair where its SUPPOSED to be .

That’s why men shave down there too because men in porn do.

I heard its because it makes their hot dog look bigger .An illusion .

kittehserf
6 years ago

Yeah, I side-eye the whole insistence from men that women should be shaved. It may just be from porn – which is bad enough – but I can’t shake the suspicion that the prepubescent issue is involved. At any rate, it’s one way of finding out if he’s a PoS you don’t want around. Man who reacts with disgust to an adult female body looking like an adult female body = waste of time.

AIT
AIT
6 years ago

Felisha:

I entirely agree with Kittehserf, the ‘you have no sense of humor’ line is a general scumbag standby. Middle school bullies used that one too. Granted, that was close to 12 years ago for me now, so I may not know if it’s still popular there. But the line still holds as little merit.

Several people now have weighed in saying that they didn’t appreciate your joke. Nor did I, for what it’s worth. So, either admit you made a mistake and refrain from using that word in the future, or just shut up and kindly leave. I think you’ve already proven you feel you did nothing wrong, so an apology at this point would be insincere at best.

BritterSweet
BritterSweet
6 years ago

Another thing I have heard of which may or may not be true: I heard someone say that porn started featuring shaved pubes so the audience could clearly see the penis sticking into the vagina. No hair blocking the view.

But of course, it does have an influence on viewers. Kids are not the only ones who want to copy what they see on the screen.

On a side note, it amuses me when a guy uses “hygiene” as a reason why women should shave their pubic areas and armpits. Haha, it’s bullshit, I know! But yep, they have used that.

——

As for the usage of certain words: I don’t personally share everyone’s exact opinion of what words are and aren’t offensive. But to simply refrain from using a certain word, at least when you’re here, and especially if said word is a known derogatory one, is much easier and more considerate than telling the offended person(s) to get over themselves. The English language has a wide enough repertoire that you can still get ideas across in different, creative, and much more acceptable ways.

Argenti Aertheri
6 years ago

Eight unicorns, four horses and one very teal deer. Do deers like carrots, apples, hay, oats and/or sugar cubes? Cuz that’s what y’all have provided for my herd so far.

Off any topic, is fat and loud how one lands a redhead? I can handle loud just fine, but fat is something my body just doesn’t do — even living off junk food and pasta I stay in the normal weight range…so how do I manage to hook up with a redhead (for more than a drunken groping session, fun as that was)

Wetherby
Wetherby
6 years ago

As for the usage of certain words: I don’t personally share everyone’s exact opinion of what words are and aren’t offensive. But to simply refrain from using a certain word, at least when you’re here, and especially if said word is a known derogatory one, is much easier and more considerate than telling the offended person(s) to get over themselves. The English language has a wide enough repertoire that you can still get ideas across in different, creative, and much more acceptable ways.

Exactly. And why is the British example even relevant? How many British or British-born people post here besides myself and Cassandrakitty? I can think of a handful, but not many.

For the record, while the C word might have slightly wider application in British English than it does in American English, in that it’s not invariably used as a gendered slur, it’s still the most taboo word in mainstream discourse.

I still remember the first time a British newspaper printed it in the late 1980s and the cultural shockwaves that reverberated from it, even though it was perfectly justifiable in context (namely, reporting exactly what the English cricket captain had said to a Pakistani umpire, in the process establishing that he wasn’t actually being racist – some people read reports of “c***” and assumed he was using a different four-letter word beginning with C). Even to this day, its appearance on British television is vanishingly rare, always after 9pm when children are notionally in bed, and I believe the producers of TV shows have to apply in advance for permission to use it, which isn’t always granted.

And of course if you do use it, you take context into account. If I used it as a slur here (regardless of whether it was in a gendered context) and people took offense, I wouldn’t play the “well, I’m British and it’s part of my culture” card (with that unpleasant undertow of “…and criticizing me is racist!” attached), I’d apologize profusely and promise not to do it again.

Which is, after all, what any well-mannered person does if they give offense, even if this wasn’t intended.

kittehserf
6 years ago

It’s not like it was even an innocuous word that has nasty connotations one might not know about. It was a slimy sexual joke using a word known to be offensive to lots of people (some of them feminists! Some of them feminist women! Some of them right here!).

It was also a fucking stupid thing to say to an audience of cat lovers.

marinerachel
marinerachel
6 years ago

I have no idea what even looks good about hairless genitalia. Certainly not aesthetically pleasing to me! Whatever though. I just wish people weren’t made to feel as though, if they don’t, they’re filthy, disgusting creatures.

kittehserf
6 years ago

Ditto to both those points, marinerachel.

Kim
Kim
6 years ago

And it was a stupid joke anyway, because shaved =/= bald.

katz
6 years ago

Do deers like carrots, apples, hay, oats and/or sugar cubes?

Mares eat oats and does eat oats, so I think you’re set. Unless you get a sheep or a goat. Little lambs eat ivy. A kid’ll eat ivy too.

kittehserf
6 years ago

Kim – yeah, that’s what I thought: dumb excuse to make a sleazy joke.

kittehserf
6 years ago

Deer like tree bark, don’t they?

Wetherby
Wetherby
6 years ago

I have no idea what even looks good about hairless genitalia. Certainly not aesthetically pleasing to me! Whatever though. I just wish people weren’t made to feel as though, if they don’t, they’re filthy, disgusting creatures.

I completely agree – this is a really pernicious trend that I find genuinely disturbing. Not least because I have kids who’ll become teenagers in a scarily short space of time.

One of the funniest things I ever saw online was my wife having an argument with a man over contemporary pubic hair fashion – it was hilarious because his observations seemed to come exclusively from porn whereas my wife was (and remains) a gynaecological ultrasonographer. In other words, she gets to examine twenty or more examples per day, over a period of years, and of women of all ages and walks of life. Even if this guy was the reincarnation of Casanova (he wasn’t: in fact, he was married and supposedly faithful), he couldn’t possibly match that for breadth of research.

Anyway, the argument was about five or six years ago, and concerned his claim that “the majority” of British women chose to shave off all their pubic hair. At the time, according to my wife (and I have no reason to disbelieve her), this was wildly untrue – she’d certainly encounter a bare mons from time to time, but it was comparatively rare.

But since then, it’s become much, much more common, especially amongst younger women, and she’s as disturbed about it as I am about what it’s saying about our culture. We both agree with the theory that it started out in porn as a method of making the close-up genital interaction more visible, and somehow it’s gained this extra baggage, some of which is completely nonsensical. (For instance, the “hygiene” argument – surely regularly putting yourself in a situation where you might suffer tiny cuts and abrasions will make the area in question far more prone to infection?)

Obviously, this is in no way intended as a criticism of people who shave themselves voluntarily – whatever floats your boat is fine by me (and it’s none of my business anyway, as it’s infinitesimally unlikely that I’ll ever see or interact with the end result). But doing it under peer or (perceived) cultural pressure is something far more insidious.

kittehserf
6 years ago

I’m reminded of a comment in the book Harem, by Alev Lytle Croutier, where she describes the hair removal practices in harems (and she was introduced to some of these by her grandmother).

“It was considered a sin to have hair on one’s private parts, and harem women, extremely observant on this point, scurried off to the hamams at the first sign of hair. They removed hair not only from their legs and underarms, but from all body crevices, even nostrils and ears. They spread themselves with a burning paste, which was later scraped off with the sharp edge of mussel shells.” (p. 85)

She goes on to say the paste in question was rusma, which contained arsenic and was corrosive if left on the skin too long.

The method her grandmother showed her was ada, which is still popular in parts of Turkey. It’s a paste of lemon and sugar, caramelised to the right consistency and spread like a putty on the hair. Then it’s ripped off and the hair with it, presumably the same as with waxing.

I really hate the whole “women must be hairless and it doesn’t matter how much it hurts or endangers them to conform to this requirement” thing. I like the current fad for it even more, since I heartily dislike mainstream porn.

kittehserf
6 years ago

*dislike the current fad. The Editing Monster strikes!

Kiwi girl
Kiwi girl
6 years ago

Wow, the thread has turned down an interesting path. From a medical perspective, removing pubic hair may not be a terribly good idea:
http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2011/04/war-pubic-hair.html
http://www.livescience.com/27996-pubic-hair-removal-waxing-sti-risk.html

kittehserf
6 years ago

From that second article, exactly what Wetherby said above:

“Small nicks or cuts in the skin, which could occur with hair removal, can make it easier for viruses to establish infections, researchers say.”

There’s some horrific stuff in the first article. I mean, I find the idea of removing hair around the most delicate (except the eyeballs) area on my body horrific anway, but all those infections! Talk about a must-read for anyone thinking of doing it. ::hurk::

sparky
sparky
6 years ago

Eight unicorns, four horses and one very teal deer. Do deers like carrots, apples, hay, oats and/or sugar cubes? Cuz that’s what y’all have provided for my herd so far.

If teal deer are anything like whitetail deer, they’ll eat just about anything plant-wise. Leaves, plants, twigs, nuts, berries – they even eat fungus. They are especially fond of acorns, so I’ll send some acorns in case the teal deer them:


http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Wu03KqdSZRQ/Tqdw8DV-ZuI/AAAAAAAAEZM/DUrFfZDPn4s/s1600/acorn+pile.jpg

drst
drst
6 years ago

For the record, trimming pubic hair may be safer for some people. I have suffered two Bartholin cysts so far and I would do pretty much anything to avoid another. (Google that at your own risk. I’ve never been in that much pain, and I’ve had two surgeries.)

Trimming /= shaving though. The implication of making women look like young girls by shaving creeps me out to no end.

Robert Ramirez
6 years ago

I am not comfortable with blaming porn for people’s poor and unrealistic attitudes toward sex…that would be like blaming pro-wrestling for violence amongst kids.

Everyone knows that porn just like pro-wrestling is fake…um…maybe…nevermind…I can’t believe that people cannot seem to realize that the images of sexuality as portrayed in porn are realistic. But yes there are idiots out there who believe that porn is real, just like some idiots believe pro-wrestling is real.

But I really don’t think porn is to blame for the current trend of completely shaving off ones pubic hair. For that I blame Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Truthfully, all hints of any sort of pubic hair in their swimsuit models started to vanish in the early 80’s, a time when porn star’s still have pubic hair.

Wetherby
Wetherby
6 years ago

But how do you explain my wife’s observations that there’s been a really marked trend in the last few years, a period coinciding pretty much perfectly with the rise of easily accessible (and free) porn online? Because if you read my earlier post, you’ll see that she said that there wasn’t a noticeable trend circa 2006-7?

Obviously, this is anecdata – she’s not formally recording her findings in any way, and I suspect it would be thoroughly unethical if she were to do so. But this is nonetheless a trend that she’s peculiarly well placed to examine, since she examines so many women from all walks of life on such a regular basis.

I agree with you that blaming porn as the single definite cause is flawed for all sorts of reasons (not least because once it becomes a cultural trend spurred by peer pressure, you get people shaving down there who’ve never seen a porn film in their lives), but I really don’t think that it’s down to Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition either. At least not in Britain.

Robert Ramirez
6 years ago

The trend evolved gradually and crossed national borders obviously. I believe that it started with the advent of the thong bikini and the Brazilian Wax.

When I was young, some would would trim so they could wear a more skimpier bikini, such trimming styles as the Landing Strip as it was called became popular then gradually all signs of pubic hair disappeared. The thinking went that if you wanted to look good in your new swimsuit this summer, then you better trim.

Ally S
6 years ago

@drst

TMI warning: explicit porn stuff

I can see where Whetherby is coming from. One thing to bear in mind is that many (if not virtually all) allosexual* teenagers start watching porn from a young age. And over time, especially if they haven’t had any consensual sexual experiences with other people, they can internalize quite a few messages from porn even though they understand that it’s all acting. Of course, there are many exceptions, and porn is hardly the only negative influence on sexuality, but it still matters.

That’s because porn tends to impose a set of sexual ideals (for lack of a better term) on the people who watch it. Certain camera techniques are used to alter the appearance of female porn stars’ bodies, make the cis male porn star’s penis look much larger than it really is, etc. And then there are bizarre ideas like “squirting” being the One True Sign of a “good” cis woman’s orgasm.

Sure, there are some unrealistic attitudes about sex that aren’t necessarily from porn, such as the notion that penis size is the Most Important Thing Ever, but certainly porn has exacerbated those attitudes.

*That’s the antonym of asexual.

kittehserf
6 years ago

But over the years I’ve noticed objection to body hair becoming a thing with guys. Like men who say they wouldn’t go down on a girl who wasn’t shaved.

Remember the “oral is impossible” conversation with a certain stupid troll (I’m not naming him) and the Pierre comic it inspired? 😀

Like people will be more interested with the words “whopper” or “huge” than just “dick”. This isn’t just the idea of bigger being more pleasurable, but also more masculine.

The blurbs to these things also seem to push the idea that this huge penis will hurt/punish the woman and that that’s what sex is all about.

Yutolia
Yutolia
6 years ago

I had something like this happen to me. This was when I was an undergrad. I was in the classroom with my fellow students waiting for class to start. This guy was drawing something, it looked good, and I was about to even say something about it when he turned to me (we were all sitting in a circle) and said, “I know you hate me. Don’t even pretend that you could possibly like someone like me, you stupid selfish bitch.” I didn’t hate this guy – I had always been friendly to him. I was shocked. For a long time I wondered what I had done to give him that impression – but then I realized that he was probably actually projecting and that he most likely hated me instead.

I just remember the biting hatred in his words when he said that me. I felt that same way reading this message.

deniseeliza
deniseeliza
6 years ago

I think the most pernicious thing about porn with regards to sexual performance is that, to someone inexperienced, it is very very easy to make the assumption that “looks good in porn” = “feels good in real life”.

Porn will usually try to make everything as visible as possible. So there’s an emphasis on positions where you can see the penis, see the vulva, see the clit, and see the breasts. There’s very little full body contact.

But that stuff is often not what actually feels the best. For me anyway, body contact is very very important. And you can tell when a lover has been unduly influenced by porn, because they don’t touch your body, but make a bee-line to the naughty bits.

leftwingfox
6 years ago

but then I realized that he was probably actually projecting and that he most likely hated me instead.

Actually, he was most likely projecting hatred for HIMSELF onto you.

I’ve mentioned before that I dipped pretty heavily into the whole “Nice Guy” mindset in the past. It’s a very self-centered attitude that can trap people in their own fantasies and nightmares.

(Deletes a long emotional glurge)

Let’s just say that I’ve been there. I’ve never fallen that deep into the hole, but I can see where he’s coming from from where I’d been.

It’s no excuse for his behaviour towards you, though.

dallasapple
dallasapple
6 years ago

They somehow manage to rationalize and exclude their mothers (atleast most of the time) from the rest of the women. You know like all women are whores except… for my mother or another female relative.

As for them not even noticing women’s work that’s just so typical, a firefigher is a noble profession that saves lives but so is a nurse and countless others, but I haven’t heard the argument that nurses are doing their job for men, because it’s idiotic, they are doing it for everybody and because they get paid.

I just saw this . Hmmm maybe they can exclude their mothers and realize her “in ways he will never know ” sacrifice and work ,because they don’t want to fuck their moms ?

And yes that was partly my point .I don’t know of any work that men do FOR women ONLY .And in the occupations they may have that are more high risks 1st they get PAID 2nd I can’t even think of any occupation like that ,that MEN don’t also benefit from .Including firemen.

That’s why he had to say “in ways we will never know” because there is nothing to know.

It has to be “shrouded” in mystery that way I suppose all the women will say …hmm…”men” are doing all these for ME and thanklessly . I have no idea what these things are ,but HE said they are so WE women just better show how thankful we are to “men! ” Otherwise they may just get to tired and stop doing whatever it is they are doing that I will never know about.

Wetherby
Wetherby
6 years ago

I think the most pernicious thing about porn with regards to sexual performance is that, to someone inexperienced, it is very very easy to make the assumption that “looks good in porn” = “feels good in real life”.

Porn will usually try to make everything as visible as possible. So there’s an emphasis on positions where you can see the penis, see the vulva, see the clit, and see the breasts. There’s very little full body contact.

Quoted for truth. And my wife and I often comment (sometimes mid-act!) about the massive gulf between actual lovemaking between a couple who are totally into one another and nobody else, and two porn stars who are performing for the gaze of a third party (the camera, and the ultimate viewer). Most of our favourite real-life positions simply wouldn’t work on camera: there’d be nothing to see.

Robert Ramirez
6 years ago

I am not going to argue that porn doesn’t deliver the wrong message about human sexuality because I think that it does, just as pro-wrestling delivers a wrong message about masculinity and violence, porn delivers a message that is unrealistic because like pro-wrestling…it is fake.

In both genres we see people treat each other like baggage being handled by baggage-handlers at LAX without consequences…the violence in both genres have to no effect but in real life it just does not work out that way. We see unrealistic portrayals of what a man is and what a women is…in both genres. I am very sure that these portrayal do effect how the way people who actually do believe there is some reality these fictions think.

But has a witness to certain cultural changes (I am an old guy), I cannot blame porn for the whole shaving thing, it was there before. The first people I had seen who were completely shaved were not porn workers but women in my social circles, and this was back in the early 80’s and they did it because of certain fashion trends of the day. The fashion industry has had more of an effect on how women view their own bodies than porn ever has.

marinerachel
marinerachel
6 years ago

I don’t know how I’ve been so fortunate because the vast majority of men’s attitudes towards pubic hair on women I’ve seen expressed are derogatory but I’ve NEVER had a male partner respond negatively to my pubic hair. I don’t know how that can be, given the vast majority of attitudes I see expressed by men regarding the matter are very, very negative. It’s either not mattered to everyone I’ve had sex with or they’ve liked it though.

What I find super sad is most of the attitudes I hear from women on the issue of pubic hair on women reflect those of most men – it’s gross, it’s uncomfortable, it makes you sweat, it’s dirty, it’s unhealthy, it’s masculine, etc. This coming from the same women who tell me they remove pubic hair for themselves, because it’s their preference, not because of what anyone else thinks. They’re completely blind to the reality their “preference” is based entirely on other people’s bigoted, ignorant opinions about their genitals.

kittehserf
6 years ago

But that stuff is often not what actually feels the best. For me anyway, body contact is very very important.

Quoted for truth. And my wife and I often comment (sometimes mid-act!) about the massive gulf between actual lovemaking between a couple who are totally into one another and nobody else, and two porn stars who are performing for the gaze of a third party (the camera, and the ultimate viewer). Most of our favourite real-life positions simply wouldn’t work on camera: there’d be nothing to see.

Both QFT. Louis and I don’t compare, because we don’t watch porn, but I much, much prefer full body contact to any other position. We’re not interested in sex for its own sake; we’re making love sexually. (He always says everything we do is making love, whether sex is involved or not.)

“There’d be nothing to see” reminds me of a line from Oliver’s Travels, where Oliver asks in some horror “Do we look like that?” and Diane says “I expect so. We’ve four buttocks between us, I suppose they heave in the regulation fashion.” 🙂

Monster
6 years ago

OK, TMI time, perhaps – I haven’t shaved or trimmed anything for over 2 years now, including legs and armpits. I go swimming, and I wear short sleeved and sleeveless things and shorts and short skirts out and about and in that time not one single person has ever said anything to me about it. No pointing and laughing, nothing. I think almost nobody has actually noticed, and if anyone has they haven’t been that strongly moved by it. The number of guys who hit on or otherwise bother me in public has not changed at all, and I’d think that lot would be the most likely to have noticed something like that and be weird about it. I get lots of idiots come up to me or scream across the road to inform me that I am ginger, or tell me my legs look too pale and they are disgusting or various other things they feel are wrong with my body. But – hairy in public gets me nothing. And I also work as a life model fairly often, I get a fair few repeat bookings so I’m not grossing out the art students too much I suppose.

I am really suprised actually, because it isn’t like I live somewhere female body hair is completely OK, I’m in the UK. There are jokes and comments about how leg and underarm hair on women is gross or manly or whatever (from people who wouldn’t have seen mine) and I have noticed that increasingly younger guys expect/want women to be shaved (I’m 26 and IME its been sorta slowly gathering momentum since I was maybe 14-15 at least, less and less hair is acceptable down there each year it seems, some of it to do with tiny swimwear rather than porn at least) and think a bush is gross or weird, and lots of people seem to think shaving is basic hygiene for women but not men. I’m just kind of suprised that considering how repellant and awful and unhygenic and shocking people find the idea of a ‘hairy’ woman, the ones who have seen hairy little me out in public don’t actually seem to notice, even the ones who are looking for something to criticise. I am sure that eventually someone will notice it and take it upon themselves to tell me how gross my body hair is but wow, it has been a really long time. If it was truly as inappropriate and gross as people make out, surely I’d have been told about that rather than how horrible my pasty legs are.

Also I read back and FFS, yes, English people do say C***, and it is used slightly differently to how the US seems to use it but it is still the strongest swear here and if you think it is more acceptable in wider society then you must have a very limited social life and are probably quite unpleasant.

Monster
6 years ago

Also gosh, I just realised what a tealdeer I just made, sorry…

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
6 years ago

Also the thing where they slap random body parts with their cock. I’ve luckily never encountered anyone silly enough to do this, but friends have, and in terms of timing it seems to have been a direct result of that becoming a thing in porn.

(I still want to know why people do that even in porn. Is it supposed to be a dominant thing? Because it just looks like what happens when the picture goes out on a TV and someone hits it in the hope it’ll start working again.)

Monster
6 years ago

I once had a guy I was chatting up text me that he would like to throw me into a bush and slap me with his cock, so I text back something about it being silly (I thought it was a joke!) and he was serious, he thought it was a legit general sexy thing to say to partners you’re flirting with but don’t really know. I was confused, because it was kinda out of place, then I lol’d, then I stopped chatting him up. But I’m still confused years later.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
6 years ago

It really does come across as “shit, why isn’t this thing working?” (smacks against nearest available object).

Monster
6 years ago

yeah, it’s like someone forgot to brief the dude on what goes where beforehand. Hit it on enough things and eventually something will happen!

kittehserf
6 years ago

Slapping you with his penis?

That sounds like “If you really want me to grab it and TWIST you’re going the right way about it.”

deniseeliza
deniseeliza
6 years ago

slap random body parts with their cock

I don’t know about porn, but I’ve done it before, and it was hilarious. (And hilarious was what we were going for.)

Penises are kind of funny.

Bina
Bina
6 years ago

I will cheerfully admit to pruning my bush for comfort and tidiness once in a while (especially during bike season), but I’ll be damned if I mow it down, uproot it or (Bog help us all!) burn it to the ground with a laser. Can’t understand the fetish for baby-bald genitalia on a woman at ALL.

And if any guy ever ties that dick-as-a-drumstick thing on me, I am just straight-up gonna ask him what the hell he thinks he’s doing. Because that looks silly as hell.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
6 years ago

@ kittehs

If you watched porn at all you’d definitely have seen it. It’s the funniest thing, but done in a way that makes it clear that both participant and viewer are supposed to find it super sexy. Like, there’s a woman, there’s a guy slapping her thigh with his cock for no apparent reason…how or why this is supposed to be arousing eludes me.

marinerachel
marinerachel
6 years ago

I’ve never personally encountered cock slapping in anything but a humorous context (and it can be hilarious), thank goodness. How can you possibly consider that sexy or domly, smacking body parts with one’s dick? It’s just fucking silly.

kittehserf
6 years ago

It’d be one thing if it was for a giggle (I can see Mr K and myself being that silly) but as Serious Sexy? Pffffft.

Robert Ramirez
6 years ago

Penii are funny?

marinerachel
marinerachel
6 years ago

My partner asked if he could use one of my breasts to smack himself in the face (I have very large, jiggly breasts) while we were in the shower. I consented and he proceeded. How we laughed.

marinerachel
marinerachel
6 years ago

Boobies, too, are funny.

Robert Ramirez
6 years ago

You know some of us men take our dinky-winkys very seriously.

opheliamonarch
6 years ago

I read Man Boobz and mistakenly think that makes me worldly wise, but I still seem to have blank spots. For instance, willy slapping? Really?

But then, up until a couple of months ago I was still wondering why guys were complaining that their partners didn’t like facials.
I just kept thinking that facials were expensive so I thought the guys would be glad if their partner didn’t want one. Also, my skincare routine has nothing to do with Mr M, I’ll moisturise if I damn well please!

Yeah…::facepalm::

I do however know all about Goatse and the two weird girls and their cup (hygiene people!) Also ‘penis beaker’. But that could be because I love Somegreybloke so much. (If you don’t already know what these are, Google with very great care! Or better yet, preserve your innocence.)