dildo


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a vibrating device that substitutes for an erect penis to provide vaginal stimulation

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Talking dildo you're convenient, big, and sweet Huh, don't
That's the problem with period dramas - for all the bow ties and retro coffee tables, they often leave you feeling like you too are viewing the past through the wrong end of a glass dildo.
These autobiographical paintings all involve dildos .
The narrator sees the dildo as a legitimate rival for lovers, admitting that he "could not before look upon it without some Degree of Envy" (II.
Then we heard them arresting this guy and he was screaming to his girlfriend to hand over the dildo.
In the Product and Technology Competition, Uwe Rathmann of Dildo Tools, won both first and second prizes valued at more than N$15 000.
Who's the dildo that decided to use decimals and inches together when referring to skate dimensions?
Not to prolong the suspense, it was Texas that awoke one morning to the headline, "BREAKING NEWS: Dildo Ban in TX Ruled Unconstitutional," announcing that the U.
If the Prison Service has a duty of care, how come any request for sex-related essentials such as a harmless dildo for stimulation has been termed ridiculous?
It's a dildo, or it's a vibrator and it's got different spikes.
The opening scene of El alquimista impaciente combines classic noir and contemporary cinematic shock: a nude body lying face down on a motel bed, wrists bound to the bedposts, and an enormous red-rubber dildo protruding from the anus.
Soon, he was joined by two nude women who proceeded to shove a dildo up his rectum and pull him around the room by a string wrapped tightly around his testicles.
Fully aware of his synecdochic reduction, the speaker exposes white gay hypocrisy in naming the terms of interracial sex: "i am the living dildo on which / you seek your comic and tragic relief / i am the chair upon which / you sit your frustrations / and base your superiority" (11).
Given how many of Rochester's poems have such subjects and titles as "Signior Dildo," "Upon His Leaving His Mistress," and "Against Constancy," the persistence of that image is, perhaps, only to be expected.