gay or just really strange???

right went out the other week and was fairly drunk... met a guy who was actually quiet nice to me even though he was like a shit arse fly but when u r drunk u dont really know what u r doing anymore.... so took him home :lol: and in the middle of it he popped aquestion i never heard before....can u stick ur inger up my arse.. 8O 8O is that a normal thing or did he loose the soap under the shower too often???
Do you know, it must be this generation, because guys do seem to enjoy having their "hoop" touched licked or whatever. Come on guys, is this because gaylords are now accepted in Society that straight guys have realised that they have found another "G" spot!! ha ha
No, that's quite normal. Some of us really enjoy a bit of bum-fun. Besides, if a bird's being crap and not putting in the effort, it doesn't take much to give her a hint! 8)

........INCOMING! :twisted:
shelley246 said:
oi behave r u trying to say i am crap??? :twisted: :D
You did admit to being drunk. If he was hammered too maybe he was going a bit floppy and needed you to stimulate his hoop to keep him fully functional.

Anyway, you haven't told us whether you actually did it yet.
I think you're a troll who has only come on here to name names and cause trouble. It wouldn't surprise me if you were related to BlondeBint.

However, you are at liberty to prove me wrong.

O and btw pls stp doin txt spk ffs!

that (t, t)
pron. pl. those (z)
a. Used to refer to the one designated, implied, mentioned, or understood: What kind of soup is that?
b. Used to refer to the one, thing, or type specified as follows: The relics found were those of an earlier time.
c. Used to refer to the event, action, or time just mentioned: After that, he became a recluse.
2. Used to indicate the farther or less immediate one: That is for sale; this is not.
3. Used to emphasize the idea of a previously expressed word or phrase: He was fed up, and that to a great degree.
4. The one, kind, or thing; something: She followed the calling of that which she loved.
5. those Used to indicate an unspecified number of people: those who refused to join.
6. Used as a relative pronoun to introduce a clause, especially a restrictive clause: the car that has the flat tire.
a. In, on, by, or with which: each summer that the concerts are performed.
b. According to what; insofar as: He never knew her, that I know of.
adj. pl. those
1. Being the one singled out, implied, or understood: that place; those mountains.
2. Being the one further removed or less obvious: That route is shorter than this one.
1. To such an extent or degree: Is your problem that complicated?
2. To a high degree; very: didn't take what he said that seriously.
1. Used to introduce a noun clause that is usually the subject or object of a verb or a predicate nominative: "That contemporary American English is exuberantly vigorous is undeniable" William Arrowsmith.
2. Used to introduce a subordinate clause stating a result, wish, purpose, reason, or cause: She hoped that he would arrive on time. He was saddened that she felt so little for him.
a. Used to introduce an anticipated subordinate clause following the expletive it occurring as subject of the verb: It is true that dental work is expensive.
b. Used to introduce a subordinate clause modifying an adverb or adverbial expression: will go anywhere that they are welcome.
c. Used to introduce a subordinate clause that is joined to an adjective or noun as a complement: was sure that she was right; the belief that rates will rise soon.
4. Used to introduce an elliptical exclamation of desire: Oh, that I were rich!
at that
1. In addition; besides: lived in one room, and a small room at that.
2. Regardless of what has been said or implied: a long shot, but she just might win at that.
that is
To explain more clearly; in other words: on the first floor, that is, the floor at street level.

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