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Role Play.

Let's play a game,

You and I.


I'll be Sid and

You'll be Nancy.


I'll be Ike;

You'll be Tina. 


Let's Get Kinky:


I'll be Bobby;

You be Whitney.


I'll be Rick for a while;

You can be my Teena Marie.


Oh honey don't you worry,

Don't be afraid of little old me.

You'll get laid by candlelight;


I'll have you scared of 

the dark before you lose

your bubbling spark. 





Comments

  1. What made you so obsessive?

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  2. you know how guys think with their cock? Same principle; different organ.

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  3. Really? I was thinking more along the lines of amorous narcissism judging by your preoccupation with wealth, your failed relationships, and your use of physical appearance to draw attention to yourself.

    Does any of this seem appropriate?

    * P - provocative (or seductive) behavior
    * R - relationships, considered more intimate than they are
    * A - attention, must be at center of
    * I - influenced easily
    * S - speech (style) - wants to impress, lacks detail
    * E - emotional lability, shallowness

    * M - make-up - physical appearance used to draw attention to self
    * E - exaggerated emotions - theatrical

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  4. Dear Coward,

    I'm flattered that you take the time out of your day to let me irritate you.

    With that being said: Why don't you stop reading my garbage and gobble a dick? I feel like that might be a more appropriate activity for you.

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