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03-26-09, 09:44 AM
Who's read D. H. Lawrecce's Lady Chatterley's Lover?
"So, in the flux of a new awakening, the old hard passion flamed in her for a time, and the man dwindled to a contemptible object, the mere phallus-bearer, to be torn to pieces when his service was preformed."
I think wost women feel this way. Ha, "a mere phallus bearer!"
03-26-09, 09:48 AM
Yeah.....that's all I am. :(
That and rent payer.
I cook sometimes, too....
Actually, my phallus is a jsharr bearer.
03-26-09, 10:01 AM
I have no problem being "the phallus bearer", however I do take issue with being "torn to pieces when [the] service is preformed". Who is this biotch, anyway? Sounds like roadie to me. If "the service" is preformed adequately, she won't be in any shape to tear anyone to pieces. Just leave a couple of bucks on the dresser on your way out. That'll fix her *****.
03-26-09, 10:24 AM
"The physical desire he did not satisfy in her; he was always come and finished so quickly, then shrinking down on her breast, and recovering somewhat his effrontery while she lay dazed, dissapointed, lost.
But then she soon learnt to hold him, to keep him there inside her when his crises was over. And there he was curiously potent; he stayed firm inside her, givin to her, while she was active . . . widly, passionately active, coming to her own crises. And as he felt the frenzy of her achieving her own orgasmic satisfaction from his hard, erect passivity, he had a curious sense of pride and satisfaction."
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