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Old 10-27-11, 09:16 AM
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...Sperm bike?

Sperm transport at it's finest!

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Old 10-27-11, 09:53 AM
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I carry my sperm in it's normal place... right above the saddle.
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Old 10-27-11, 01:31 PM
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I carry my sperm in it's normal place... right above the saddle.
I tried that too, but I can never seem to keep it from over flowing.
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Old 10-27-11, 02:51 PM
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I tried that too, but I can never seem to keep it from over flowing.
You'll only spill a bit at a time.
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Old 10-27-11, 06:35 PM
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You'll only spill a bit at a time.
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The Seattle Sperm Bank says it pays $60 for each viable sample.
There was a time in my youth when I could have made several hundred bucks a day.
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Old 10-27-11, 08:03 PM
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There was a time in my youth when I could have made several hundred bucks a day.
Lol! I hear that!
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I am good for $ 180-240 per week these days, if Ms. MillCreek is with the program.
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Old 10-28-11, 08:37 AM
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I am good for $ 180-240 per week these days, if Ms. MillCreek is with the program.
You"ve just exposed yourself to the FOO sickos!
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I am good for $ 180-240 per week these days, if Ms. MillCreek is with the program.
Damn. I could have been RICH by now.
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Guess it's not a fixie

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There was a time in my youth when I could have made several hundred bucks a day.
Man, I could make my living off of that.
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I am good for $ 180-240 per week these days, if Ms. MillCreek is with the program.

Is she helping you make the collection rounds now? I like that ya'll found something you can do together.
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Hmmm... one of the few times in life rubber actually doesn't keep sperm from going somewhere and actually serves to aid in its movement.
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You guys are talking like this legitimate "action". Clearly, you need to get laid.
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...Clearly, you need to get laid.
Clearly, I do. I would assume most of us posting here do.
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Come again?
Yes please.
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You guys are talking like this legitimate "action". Clearly, you need to get laid.
Ms. MillCreek came through for me at 0530 this morning.
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Ms. MillCreek came through for me at 0530 this morning.
I'm not sure 5:30 is worth it. Maybe I'm just too old.
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I am good for $ 180-240 per week these days, if Ms. MillCreek is with the program.
I should sign up for that. Can 16 year olds apply
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Clearly, I do. I would assume most of us posting here do.
here here
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