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Fucking sweet, sweet Austin Bowers.

Original Poster5 points · 1 day ago

Tips macgee right here everyone! Also he does this without the rubbing... they sleep together.

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that was deleted but i can already guess what it said and i was thinking the same thing hahaha but no worries OP its okay, I believe you kitty will do this anyway and like you said the title is about Love not Licks. Very adorable and sweet and upvote woooorthyyy.

But It definitely did make me think of my cat that will lick anything if you rub above its tail hahaha.

It's not that either. She's Niagara Falls. I also have a 500ml bottle of lube lmao

You're so educated in condoms. Bless your soul

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You probably just have a tight pussy- if its not a lube problem and its not a condom size issue

Do you use your kegels a lot? If so that is also likely why it happens on top of tightness. I only figured the tightness was the main culprit because I had a similar issue the one time my boyfriend and I used a condom.

I started masturbating at around 13 or 14 and i truly believe allll that kegel work virtually every day made my pussy tight.

Note: I neeeeever feel comfortable bringing up my pussy cause its like my little secret just for my boyfriend to enjoy and Im truly proud of it but I dont want to sound like Im bragging. However I really felt I could shine some light on your question given my own experience.

*so most people in America are responsible for him*

Are you serious? Explain to me how those extra three million votes in Cali are helping? Even if I had voted, my state went blue for the presidential election, and I would have just been another extra, meaningless vote in terms of the presidential election.

The backwards ass logic you're promoting, is counter productive. At the end of the day, Trump voters are responsible for the election of Trump. Voting third party or not voting, is a vote in favor of the status quo in your electoral region, not an endorsement of Trump.

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Please start voting. Regardless of Blue or Red State. Fucking use your voting rights because there are so many Americans whose voting rights are being suppressed. I live in Mass, a very blue state and guess what? I still vote.

24 points · 3 days ago

Serena just said “you raped her!” DA FUQ

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have you seen episode 10? :(

-15 points · 4 days ago

Trafficking happens because people from across our borders are in desperate straights and will do about anything to change their situation. That includes aligning themselves with shady people looking to take advantage of them. If we are completely honest and not just full of rhetoric this faucet must be turned off to eliminate it being used as a crutch for the simple minded politicians who have aligned themselves with these laws that are really hurting sex workers. So many issues in or country result because our politicians will not come together on securing our borders. In addition look at the opioids crisis in our country. Direct result of border security. Let’s get in bed with the politicians who are serious about border security

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1 point · 4 days ago · edited 3 days ago

troll

edit: maybe not a troll but definitely coming off as one based on comment history

That’s why nothing gets accomplished in this country because of fools like you

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1 point · 3 days ago · edited 3 days ago

look at the account history, buuuuud

edit: honestly same goes for you.

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As a product of foster parents. They'll get over it. Time heals. They should be grateful that theyre in America.

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liar

It hurts how relatable this is. Or like, sitting there looking at the screenname of your crush under “offline” just waiting, trying to will them to sign on.

Original Poster10 points · 4 days ago

You can still send a text. I did. I told him exactly what I thought of him and his policies.

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nah i called about 45 minutes ago and the number had been changed at that point so unfortunately he prolly didnt get your text :(

That's thinner than I'm willing to shave this debate.

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theres no debate. You have your opinion I have mine. Fact is fact though, OP isn’t altering, memifying, or doing anything to reproduce or alter the message of the art. Simply sharing it as an example of something that made them think of Trumps behavior. Not dictating the message or intent of the piece, only drawing connections. I personally don’t really understand your thought process unfortunately, sorry.

Not my loss. Not sorry.

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you seem like a nice, fun and engaging person.

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20 points · 5 days ago

And you aren't willing to fight against that either? I don't know how you ever got to the point where workers aren't protected. Unions are your friend man.

No matter how this pans out it's going to devastate your country. And it's going to HURT to fight it, one way or another. Sitting back and hoping somebody else will fix it is not how change is going to happen. For fuck sakes that's the exact argument republicans use AGAINST immigrants. "Go back to your country and fix your own problems! We don't want them here!"

Well, fix your own problems. Make a stand. What more is it going to take? Actual executions?

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fucking look at the news theres protests happening all the time. People do what they can without losing the roof over their heads. People have no fucking money - you need money to travel, to afford the internet and phones that keep us connected to the news and alert us of organized protests. Its truly genuinely NOT that simple in America. You act like i could just not show up to work for 3 weeks and travel the country protesting - cause literally thats what id have to do to make an actual fucking affect - so i do what i can. I go to the protests in my area to show support, to show numbers.. Thats the main point of protest is you show those youre supporting via protest that you care about their plight and their struggle, that they have support. And show those youre fighting against that you wont be complacent. You dont live here so just because you dont see all the activism doesn’t mean its not happening. Im so sick of seeing these comments from people who literally don’t understand how difficult it is in America. Nobody has savings - for the most part. I would kill to fly from Massachusetts to Texas and be with the people to protest, to go to Oregon and blockade the ICE building, to go to the mexican restaurant DHS Nielsen was in and fucking scream at her with all the other protesters- ITS NOT POSSIBLE, I live across the country in a state thats not ground zero for a lot of the negative effects of this administration.So i donate to groups who CAN be there to help and protest, and I try to call out those in public who support this administration.

TL:DR America is not like other nations in that, when the GOP controls the government, no amount of numbers in the streets will change their policies or decisions. They hate their country and especially the poor people who take to the streets to express anger. People should protest - but to change things in America it requires voting. Voting democrat. It is a million times more complicated at this time to effecively make change JUST with taking to the streets, which seems to be he only suggestion you have.

There’s no country in the world that can create the political action he’s talking about. except in situations like the Arab spring (where people are brought to the brink through unemployment, food insecurity, violence etc).

That sort of political action would shut down the economy. If we had that though we wouldn’t have child concentration camps in the first place.

I’m all game for strategies on how to get there, but chastising Americans for not protesting or taking legal action (when we are) with the assumption we have an effective, organized, mass movement to engage in some grand protest is ludicrous.

It’s not dealing with reality as it is and it’s the same sort of “personal responsibility” argument that the right makes to turn poverty into a moral issues rather than a systemic one.

Blaming “individual responsibility” in a society that makes that moot is insane to me.

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I agree with every word you said.

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26 points · 5 days ago

he's trying so hard to cry for the internet 🤦🏾‍♀️

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yeah thats what i was thinking too. It seems fake. And I only feel that way because there is that really genuine video of a girl telling her dad hes going to be a grandpa and this is essentially what happens except that the grandpa doesnt look like hes racking up fake tears.

I am a woman, I have never dated a man for money and I know no woman who would do that.

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thank you. I always hate seeing this shit. I make my own money, i pay my own bills. My boyfriend and i split bills, and trade off basically on paying for things here and there like dates or little things. I make more money than he does. When we got together he was unemployed, didnt have a car, old clothes and shoes. It literally didnt matter to me. Why? Because i love that fucking man inside and out. Godamnit im so tired of seeing these stereotypes perpetuated like “all men are horndogs and will fuck any hot girl even if they have a gf” or “all women want a man with money and a car who can pay all their bills.”

people are so fucking diverse, so naturally, relationships are. Unfortunately it seems all the anecdotes we see are of shitty relationship dynamics and here we are. Im a little wine drunk so mu apologies if this makesno sense

tent city for kids in 100°F

What are you talking about? Surely you're not referring to these immigration camps, because they're not tent cities. They're indoors from what I've seen.

I can't help but think that you have fallen victim to propaganda put out by none other than the companies who employ thousands if not millions of illegal immigrants.. Look at the statistics.. In most of the south/southwest illegals comprise of up to 12% of the work force.. Do you know how much money these greedy exploitative corporations would lose..? You'd be crazy to think they wouldn't attack these policies because they're losing a lot in labor costs when this is all said and done. Show me one source that has proof of them separating parents from kids indefinitely. I have yet to see something that isn't some opinionated puff piece.

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okay but why are they separating familes? why are they taking kids away from their parents and telling kids they cant hug? you keep railing on the effects of undocumented workers taking jobs and revenue from the U.S. Fine. But why does there need to be the level of psychological torment and dehumanization that there is? And not just with adults, with godamn toddlers. Youre ignoring the real issue people have with this whole situation.

These victims have come here to legally seek asylum and they had their kids taken away. The government is not keeping track of these families and who belongs where. They stole their fucking children and even lost thousands of them. Nothing youve been talking about is addressing the actual real horror of this situation. Instead you are bothered by people calling it concentration camps- which youve already been educated on the definition of - but have not stopped bringing up other factors to support your opinion and havent even attempted to understand why that term is being used. You want sources? google it.

Show me one report of this happening that isn't some opinionated puff piece.

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5 points · 6 days ago · edited 6 days ago

https://www.axios.com/secret-audio-reveals-migrant-children-screaming-after-separated-from-parents-1529352174-9d4c8e21-d41a-43d0-8016-cfa0b85254fd.html

hows that for a fucking puff piece

Edit: aaaand heres a whole buzzfeed article https://www.buzzfeed.com/adolfoflores/dhs-border-patrol-ice-orr-no-reunification-children-parents

Danielle Bennett, a spokesperson for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the agency with responsibility for enforcing immigration law, said authorities have no intention of reuniting the parents until they're about to be deported.

”Reunification typically does not occur until the removal stage of the process, but depending on the circumstances of the case, reunification could occur sooner," Bennett told BuzzFeed News. "The logistics of the reunification are made on a case-by-case basis."

But she said she could not give statistics for the number of families that have been reunified since the "zero tolerance" policy was announced. Nor could she give examples of a successful reunification.

”We don’t have any metrics to provide at this point and we wouldn’t proactively give examples of this," Bennett said.

And heres the really relevant quote towards the end of the article

Lee Gelernt, the deputy director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Immigrants’ Rights Project, who is the lead lawyer suing the Trump administration for separating immigrant parents from their children, said immigration authorities are not reuniting children and parents even after the parents have served their time, which is usually two to three days.

”Kids are just languishing for months in foster families or government facilities," Gelernt told BuzzFeed News. "If the government is saying there is some process for reuniting them promptly, we haven't seen it."

Gelernt said one of the ACLU's plaintiffs had been released after a few days in jail for illegal entry. Eight months later, she still hasn't been reunited with her child.

Their complete list for those unaware;

Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry

The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger

Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves

The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway

Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy

John Adams by David McCullough

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

The Ambassadors by Henry James

The Bible

Franny and Zooey by J. D. Salinger

The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien

Dracula by Bram Stoker

Catch-22 by Joseph Heller

Life by Keith Richards

Freedom by Jonathan Franzen

Gravity's Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift

It's a pretty shit list. It's not just the list, but the reasoning behind some of the choices. Here's what they said about The Lord of the Rings.

I liked The Hobbit. A lot. But while Tolkien's Lord of the Rings books are influential as exercises in world building, as novels they are barely readable. It never seemed to me that Tolkien cared about his story as much as he cared about rendering, in minute detail, the world he built.

The one that really grinds my gears is Catch-22.

I never could get into Joseph Heller's Catch-22. It fails to capture the absurdities and impossible conflicts of war.

This list is simply made to be provocative, nothing else. By all means, go read the Bible.

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THE CATCHER IN THE RYE AND SLAUGHTER HOUSE FIVE ARE NOT ONLY A CLASSICS BUT ALSO VERY ENTERTAINING SOMEONES GOING TO CATCH THESE HANDS

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yeah slaughterhouse V had me pissed hahah i love that book its insane

yeah this list is bullshit woooowww

peeing, sneezing, sticky hands from that orange i just ate, spilt something like man the list could go on and on. I rarely have had to pee outside but on the rare occasions i had to im glad i had napkins. Better than these nasty chicks who will just PULL UP their pants. Ugh like at least try and find a leaf or something if you dont have a napkin. you just know it stinks.

This reminds me of the episode of American Dad where they make a dodo from DNA and it ends up being suicidal and that's the reason why it went extinct.

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i died when it puts his gun in its mouth hahaha

-5 points · 9 days ago

Okay then, how are women not equal to men right now in this day of age?

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socially. men still have tons of preconceived notions about women that they apply to all women. it leads to social inequality. And don’t even get me started on the uphill shit battle for female minorities, especially black women.

-5 points · 9 days ago

men still have tons of preconceived notions about women that they apply to all women

And women and society have preconceived notions about men that they can apply to all women.

i.e. Women putting false rape claims or false abuse claims the man's reputation is ruined forever. Doesn't matter if there is no evidence women's word is always treated like gold compared to man's. Women aren't oppressed, they aren't treated unequally.

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Not even gonna debate this you’re simply wrong fuckin google it. And to tie false rape claims to equality that makes no fucking sense. Mental gymnastics olympic champion over here.

It’s hard to pick a favourite. Maybe the one with the head band.

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i love the one peeking from the railing hahahah

The "pro life" crowd is hypocritical

You're gonna have to elaborate. Cause I think I explained their mindset pretty well, and you haven't explained yours at all.

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They did perfectly fine explaining their mindset and you’re literally nit picking at this point.

Why do people call children gorgeous? that shit is weird.

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i think i know what youre trying to say. I think its more the idea that shes the product of an already hyper sexualized celebrity therefore people are already leering at her looking to see how she develops “beauty” wise. Its disgusting.

Of course there is just the genuine observation of the beauty in a human being! But am I right about maybe the angle you were coming from?

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