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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Synergistic, Jun 24, 2005.
Dumb as sh...
Evidently the TV has been boring lately.
The merch section was especially entertaining.
I am suddenly inspired to make penis garments... (Since I sew, this is a really dangerous threat.)
my penis has actually worn a rolex before (and no, of course it wasn't MINE), but I don't think it would be seen dead in any of THOSE outfits.
Back in the good old days, a ladyfriend remarked on the similarity between my wrist and my penis, uh dimensionally, that is. So, she asked me if I could put my Rolex on it.
These were the silly, carefree days of youth....
Alas, the clasp on the bracelet...skin....the rest I shall leave to your imagination or experience, as the case may be.
Wear jelly bracelets on it. We all know what they mean. ::snaps blue bracelet off Jacinto's wrist::
Jon's wearing my bracelet on his private part! I guess it's official, folks: we're going steady! :wub:
I'm going for your clear jelly bracelet, dude! :9
I don't even have a dick and I just reached for my crotch in a protective manner!
What do the blue ones supposedly stand for, again?
And while you're at it, what do the black ones and orange ones signify? I'm wearing them both right now, so I probably ought to know...
There are regional variations, but generally:
â¢Blue: blow job
â¢Black: sexual intercourse
â¢Clear: wild card ('whatever you want'
â¢Green: cunnilingus or outdoor sex
â¢Red: lap dance
â¢Purple: anal sex or doggy style
â¢White: French kissing
â¢Pink: flashing the booblies
â¢Gold glitter: make out
â¢Brown: toss my salad ('chowing down at the heinie diner', rimming)
â¢Glow in the dark: using sex toys
Does anyone really adhere to those? I've been wearing these things for years and only heard of that recently. It's got to be a lie.
That killed me. I'm officially dead.