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I spend a lot of time thinking about ... a great many things because I have
ADD ... in no particular order and no particular importance (and without further rambling), here they are ...
WARNING : The following may contain offensive and/or explicit terms.
Kansas City area, quantum electrodynamics, roleplaying games ( roleplaying GURPS), ways to roleplay, the trinity, psychohistory, sinful red hair goddesses, a " party of three" or a " party of four", fantasy worlds, the ark of the covenant, dancing, things related to and composed of three, being naughty (as well as other useless activities that serve no function in society), being laid back, outgoing individuals, the good times I've had, nudity, my oral fixations, non-monogamy, tits and ass, trying not to think with my penis when I'm horny, sensuality, inventing new inventions, heavy petting, fetishes, poly (eg., polyamor; polyamorous relationships), girls who masturbate (or masturbating girls) by fingering themselves while thinking about giving head, pulp fiction, boobs, long walks and intimacy, amateurs, radiant energy, pole dancers, mini- skirts, voyeurism, foxy strippers, my foot fetish, models, actresses, escorts, enjoying my leisure time, juggalettes, using candles in inventive ways, sexy girls, giving pleasure (with the use of my tongue), going out, XX rating systme that isn't used, ways to attain free energy, forceful fems, partying and getting wicked, quirky chicks in short skirts giving head and licking cocks, women in lingerie, swingers, breasts, bisexuality, stripping, tanning, tattoos, thongs, 42, girl-on-girl action (usually involving strap-ons), conspiracy theories, oral gratification, licking pussy and giving girls orgasms, voyeurism, spanking submissive women (eg., subs or bottoms), alternative science, alternative lifestyles, leather-clad dominant women (eg., doms or tops) in bdsm, toys (including sex toys), bi-sexual cum crazy bubblebutts, body painting, perturbing the quantum vacuum and harvesting the vacuum energy, XXX, exhibitionism, having an orgy, playful sluts who want dick, neurology, spanking, fellatio, freaky chicks, bi-girls that like rough sex, world domination, picture trading, general fetishes, hard sex, girls who have anal beads and butt plugs who like anal (eg., anal sex), spanking, play rape, 36ds, bars beaches clevage clits, piercings, clubbin, cuddling, dirty dancing, doggy style, drinking, teases, showing-off, sexy shaved naked moms (ala. MILFs), bi fems (eg., bi girls), couples in open marriages, flashing, neuroscience, smart girls who swing both ways (eg., switch hitters), raver red heads, group sex, threesomes, foursomes, gangbangs (and orgies), flirting, g-strings, the future of genetics, dirty skanks, girls sucking cock and using their tongues, nanotechnology, the karma sutra, women deepthroating and swallowing cum (and girls who swallow), horny latin lesbian licking hotties, renewable energy, girls forced into kissing a guy's balls, the future of technology, whores, bitches with clamps, psychopharmacology, cams and cam shows, making smart women orgasam (and eating pussy (eg., cunnilingus)), open systems, giving pleasures of the flesh, exploring an open relationship, kinky sex, free energy suppression, massages, pink pussy, using a dildo or a vibrator on a geeky girl, pagans, using whipped cream in inventive ways, perpetual motion machines, pierced nipples (and other tidbits), aether theories, love making, a bit of bondage including (but not limited to) cuffs (eg., handcuffs), gags, nipple clamps, stocks, cages, ropes, blindfolds, collars, clothes pins, chains, ...
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