Do you read on the toilet?

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Do you read in the bathroom?

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Postby Yurian Stonebow » Jul 10 2008, 19:41

But why of course! I read mostly adult orientated magazines in the bathroom but every now and then I may switch to reading comic books, it never hurts you know.




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Postby Metathron » Jul 10 2008, 22:23

Yurian Stonebow wrote:I read mostly adult orientated magazines in the bathroom

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Postby Lord Lakely » Jul 10 2008, 22:28

riiiiiiiiiiight.
I read too. :)

But the things I read are comic books.

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Postby Yurian Stonebow » Jul 11 2008, 11:09

An honest question was asked and an honest answer given. It's not a big deal. Besides, wasn't reading the main idea? Like I said I do read in the bathroom.




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Postby Kalah » Jul 11 2008, 11:17

Milla aka. the Slayer wrote:I actually touched fake boobs for the first time in my life today. A periferical girlfriend of mine just got them. Strange...


I've heard they feel harder, almost like lumps?
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Postby Panda Tar » Jul 11 2008, 16:08

Do they call that 'fake' then? Feels pretty much real when you touch those, hehe.
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Postby Angelspit » Jul 11 2008, 18:42

You're saying this because all girls have fake boobs in Brazil, it's a well-known fact. :D

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Postby Kalah » Jul 11 2008, 19:29

Actually, the most common plastics operation in Brazil is breast reduction... Some guy on Discovery claimed it was due to the sexual image of lean, fit girls, who shouldn't have too much "shape". Just goes to show that if J.Lo was from Brazil, we wouldn't have that much "shape" to look at in "Money Train" :)
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Postby Lord Lakely » Jul 11 2008, 19:42

Holala, too much Copa-Cabana here :tongue:

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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Jul 13 2008, 11:11

Kalah wrote:
Milla aka. the Slayer wrote:I actually touched fake boobs for the first time in my life today. A periferical girlfriend of mine just got them. Strange...


I've heard they feel harder, almost like lumps?


Correct. But they're harder at first and they will be softer and more like regular boobs. It takes about six months for them to get the right size and shape. You know, before they're as they really should be ;)
It was fun though. She was like: "Come ooon!! Just touch them!"
Still don't get how someone has the courage to have surgery done when it's not medically needed... ;|
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Postby Corribus » Jul 13 2008, 13:26

Milla aka. the Slayer wrote:Still don't get how someone has the courage to have surgery done when it's not medically needed... ;|

It's not called courage; it's called vanity. And I know somoene who died in the recovery room after having "routine" plastic surgery.
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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Jul 13 2008, 14:15

Omg 8| I'm sorry to hear that.
But I guess you're right. I still just don't understand...I'd never do it.
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Postby ThunderTitan » Jul 14 2008, 7:51

Corribus wrote:It's not called courage; it's called vanity.



Courage, insanity... what's the diff?


And I know someone who died in the recovery room after having "routine" plastic surgery.


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Postby Borsuc » Jul 14 2008, 12:52

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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Jul 14 2008, 16:16

Do you need one hun? ;)
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Postby Ethric » Jul 14 2008, 19:46

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Postby Kalah » Jul 14 2008, 19:48

Such a custard pie in the face? :)
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Postby Asheera » Jul 14 2008, 19:51

Kalah wrote:Such a custard pie in the face? :)
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Postby winterfate » Jul 14 2008, 23:16

@Kalah: No! :tongue:

But I can imagine a bunch of surprises that would be welcome. :)
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