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    Nekohime

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    I am Fred, hear me slurp my Grande Mocha.

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    Uh-oh, another foo relationship in the works?


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    So, Rob P., when you speak of my balls, and I know you will, please speak kindly.....................
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
    So, Rob P., when you speak of my balls, and I know you will, please speak kindly.....................
    Oh I will. In fact I can't help but think about them and all the fun I will have playing with them. One small question though, are they supposed to be so dissimilar? I mean one is quite pointy and the other is sorta, well, round.

    The pointy one has quite a vivid visual reaction when my hands are hot.
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    The splendors of my balls are vast in number and their mysteries have yet to be fully unveiled. Enjoy the journey of discovery.
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    Just the very thought of Nekohime makes you run outdoors, enjoy the fresh air and grab life by the b....Enjoy life!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob P. View Post
    Oh I will. In fact I can't help but think about them and all the fun I will have playing with them. One small question though, are they supposed to be so dissimilar? I mean one is quite pointy and the other is sorta, well, round.

    The pointy one has quite a vivid visual reaction when my hands are hot.
    See, both are supposed to have vivid reactions to being fondled...but I do think the pointy one is more sensitive than the round one.

    Also, speaking of the pointy one: I have named it the Lakers ball since it is purple and yellow, so it should henceforth be referred to as that. Unless you HATE the Lakers, that is.

    Of the balls that remain with me, my favorite is the green and purple mini soccer ball. I carry it everywhere with me, and in fact, I am fondling it right now.
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    you should learn to embrace change, and mock it's failings every step of the way :p

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