Mom’s little helper

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    1. And I shall call him Mini Me…

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    2. @SumoSnipe: Bah. that fails.
      “This is not the toy store I was looking for”

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    3. I have that same rabbit on the wall there.

      It’s got a smiley face under the head of the dick. 8D

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    4. Wait what. What rabbit °_°

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    5. The purple shits on the ginger’s left. That vibrator is called “The Rabbit.”

      BEST ORGASM EVAR. Trust me.

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    6. OW. Sorry, apparently I’m the only uninformed one here.

      You know back in my day, orgasms weren’t even invented. Let alone, machinery that goes by the name of small mammals which are capable of causing said orgasm.

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    7. It’s okay folks…he’s just there selling some weed.

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    8. Holy shit that picture is awesome…

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    9. @Kaze: You were third best. -pats his head-

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    10. @dieAntagonista: A rabbit. You must achieve one.

      OH GOD. This makes me a furry, doesn’t it? D:

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    11. What is Clay Aiken doing in a sex shop? rubber fist

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    12. @Jesus Christ: D:
      Probably not. But I guess it makes you a furry sympathiser.
      Haha I’m afraid they don’t sell those here. I’m surrounded by churches, there’s no way they could.

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    13. @ peatpunk – That was my first reaction too!

      And hey, don’t give her shit for buying sex toys, at least she is doing it for herself instead of having real sex and making 15 more kids.

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    14. @SouthernOracle: I am proudly child-free. I got my Mirena on the 25th.

      Jesus hates kids. REMEMBER I SAID IT. Whoever said I loved them in the great book was a liar.

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    15. trust me kid you dont want the lollipops they sell there.

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    16. @dieAntagonista: ….MUST…..COME…..HOLLAND….!!!!

      umm, you could buy it online (mail order) ?
      in other news:

      @Jesus Christ: are you a chick ? because if your a guy and using the rabbit.. wow..nothing much i could say.

      @ogie:
      I cannot stop laughing to the thought that the kid will be like “whats that mommy” ?

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    17. @MonkeyHitman:
      So they’ve got a lot of sex toys available in Holland, hm? Nice. Hey wait a second, are you working for some sex toy company or why are you trying to make me buy it.
      Nah but seriously, I’ve got better things to do than order sex toys from America, China or whatever, and then getting added to some list by the government.

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    18. @dieAntagonista: holland is basicly less restricted places to do things you want.but yea u are right lol

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    19. Oracle:

      Plenty of sex can be had without the creation of offspring.

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    20. @peatpunk: That ain’t Clay Aiken. It’s Danny Bonaduce from “The Partridge Family” days.

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    21. I went with a friend of mine to Good Vibrations in SF but they specifically have rules against people under 18 going in as well as taking pictures in the store.

      @Jesus Christ: My mom has the rabbit. I remember when she got it from a pleasure party when I was 13 or so.

      Not everyone enjoys direct clitoris stimuli due to excessive sensitivity. I personally enjoy flesh much more than toys and have found toys to be more useful with my partners (males) than with myself.

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    22. ^
      wtf X 2

      If I saw my mom’s sex toy I’d never stop throwing up and my cock would pack up his balls and leave me forever.

      You’re under 18?

      Do you like candy and home videos?

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    23. @mAgnUS BUTTfoorson: I said the store I went to has a rule against people under 18 going in. Does that sound like I’m under 18?

      As far as your issues with your mother being a sexual person, that’s too bad. I have no issues with my mother being a sexual person (as long as she doesn’t show me pictures). I’m happy for her that she finally got to a point where she learned to enjoy sex. Granted, she had to stop sleeping with men and start sleeping with women to get some satisfaction but enjoying sex is important.

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    24. That is quite the spin on shat bricks. Hahaha!

      No, Magnus, think. She means no kids would be allowed in the store in SF. But this is obviously from around Moe’s neck of the woods.

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    25. @MonkeyHitman: Yes, yes… female. It happens.

      I’ve been online since 1988 and it never ceases to amuse when someone realizes that I am female (though it has been discussed many times on MCS). Of course, back in the day, my handle was “Fred” so the only time anyone knew I was female was when I showed up to a meeting and introduced myself. *That* was good fun considering the meetings were made up of nerds who were terrified of girls. Muah!

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    26. That’s not a kid, that’s a midget!

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    27. @outofocus: Fun isn’t it? ;<) No one expects a girl on the internet.

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    28. @nyokki: Or on a motorcycle. Or shooting a gun. Or burping really loud. Or working on their car.

      Yeah. Someday society will figure out what women are people too.

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    29. @outofocus:Damn. You just described my dream woman.

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    30. I would get the most interesting looks from people in general and bikers in particular when I’d be out riding. Of course my bike was a little on the small side, lol. I’ve changed my flat tire a couple of times, but that’s as far as my mechanical abilities really go. I only burp really loud at home and can count on one hand the # of times I’ve fired a gun.

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    31. @SumoSnipe: That’s nice to read but I’m cynical. Finding a male who truly appreciates all of that and what it implies (intelligence and independence, etc) is extremely difficult. I’ve met many guys who say they want all those things in female only once they have the female they expect them to fill the “female” role within the relationship. I keep thinking that if I were a little bit dumber that my life in this regard (and many others) would be much easier.

      @nyokki: I dropped the engine in my mini-bike (50CC Honda Mini Trail) when I was 8. 😀 I haven’t done that since but with the exception of internal engine work, I do it all (did valves once… boring work). Taking my bike to the shop was for me the equivalent of going to a spa for other women. It was an unnecessary splurge that made my life easier. However, there is no getting around the fact that doing your own work on your bike is a bonding experience. I used to jokingly call regular maintenance on my bike “Making love”, so I’d go to change the oil or adjust the chain and say “I’m going to go make luuuv to my bike!”

      I mostly keep the loud burping at home these days but on occasion it can be a lot of fun to let it go in the middle of the grocery store. 😉

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    32. @outofocus: Hubby is an aviation/avionics mechanic, so he does all the maintenance work on our bikes, cars, trucks, furnaces, etc…you get the idea. He’s good at it, I’m not. It would seem silly to me to insist I can do it, especially if I don’t really want to. I can do basic tune-up work, but the bikes are old and need a lot of finessing that he’s better suited to do. I don’t think of our roles as gender based. We each do what we’re good at (now included in that is #1 son) and flip a coin when no one is good at or wants to do a given chore. In most other facets of my life, I am usually doing what used to be only for men. I can count on one hand the number of women as math major (not teaching math) as an undergraduate and the stats get worse in grad school. Philosophy was only slightly better. I’ve definitely found a man that is, not only ok w/ but prefers, an independent intelligent woman. Must be a family thing ’cause his brother married my sister and she’s prolly more independent than me. All that’s not to say that I don’t have to remind him periodically that as a real and utterly equal person, I can and will fight him when he gets misogynistic notions in that pretty little head of his. ;<)

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    33. @nyokki: heh. That’s awesome. I think that you are pretty lucky to have found someone like that (and he to have found someone like you).

      I didn’t mean to suggest that you not working on stuff was wrong or something. It is definitely a preference thing. I enjoy it. It’s very easy for me so it’s just physical busy work. I have done a lot of computer hardware work over the years too which I can do in my sleep but enjoy it because it makes me feel more productive than many other jobs. The results are tangible I guess.

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    34. @outofocus: I know you weren’t suggesting I was wrong in any way. It is an automatic defense for me, I guess. Every idiot that sat on a bike once and read Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance has an attitude about it that is frankly silly. As I tell hubby…fix it, oh Master of the Mechanical Stuff

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    35. @nyokki: haha. I haven’t read that book. But I have seen it on the book shelf of several friends.

      We were extremely poor when I was a kid so fixing things at home was the only way to survive. It’s natural to me. The only thing that I think is silly are bikers paying a shop $80 to do an oil change that would cost them $40. I tell those people that I’ll do it for them for $60. 😉

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    36. @outofocus: Lol, hubby has the same offer.

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    37. @outofocus: No, I’m quite serious.I had 1 girlfriend early on that was stereotypical girly. Didn’t want to get her hands dirty, didn’t WANT to know where the spare was, what jumper cables were. Other than go to the mall, nothing outside. Dropped that one fast.Flash fwd 20 years, I’m not attracted to the princesses.

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    38. @SumoSnipe: That’s an extreme example. There are women like me and there are women who are somewhere in the middle. I’ve found that men who find the description of me to be perfect actually prefer the girl who is somewhere in the middle. A splash of girlie girl with a reasonable interest in all the things I listed. I have no girlie girl in me *at all* unless you consider my strong distaste for large spiders and scorpions scampering across the floor. I don’t wear make up. Dressed up is clean jeans and a sweater or maybe my one pair of “dress” pants and a sweater. Mostly I live in cargo pants and snarky think geek t-shirts (which are girlie in cut). If/when I am hot on, 95% of the time it’s either by a scary 40’s something lesbian (last one looked like a younger version my mom’s partner who looks like an old man) or a scary 40’s-60’s something almost haz diabetes comic book guy from Simpsons geek.

      The other 5% of the time are the ones worth dating… of course. But YIKES! It can be quite entertaining to put on more obviously female attire though because the way I am treated suddenly changes. Stupid really but very amusing. Of course, the moment I open my mouth, people realize I have a brain and like using it and the results become the same as if I was wearing cargo pants again.

      I tend to date the more sensitive, thoughtful nerd/geeks. More often than not they are almost more feminine than me (body language not appearance). I dated a “normal guy” once. It was the worst relationship *ever* and I gained insight into all the jokes and stereotypes about men that I had disliked previously. I haven’t dated sense for fear that beneath the sensitive geek exterior there will be a “normal guy” lurking. Never again.

      *rambly*

      I’m working on a final and am doing a really good job of remaining distracted. :p

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    39. @nyokki:
      @outofocus:

      Get a room. Haha. Just kidding.

      I have to wonder if the kid is developing the ability to blow up white people. That seems to be what he’s trying to do.

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    40. @Jesus Christ: @outofocus: @nyokki:

      Thanks for hijacking the thread and ram-rodding it into an estrogen party! Now back to the kitchen.

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    41. @the3g_ipwn: This isn’t the kitchen? Silly me, always getting lost.

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    42. @the3g_ipwn: no u

      And make me some fucking sandwhiches, whore.

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    43. @Jesus Christ: Do I look like Mary? Make you’re own fucken sammichs.

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    44. @the3g_ipwn: Nice try. Get back in the closet!

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    45. @outofocus: Well! Someone a definately come un-slapped!

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    46. has
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    47. That didn’t go as planned…

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    48. @the3g_ipwn: It happens (things not going as planned).

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