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Blond, busty and beautiful, these two hotties start slow, with a little small talk. Knowingly, it is a prelude to a seduction. The conversation takes a naughty turn as they both take glances at each other’s bursting assets, leading to a kiss that goes from tender to torrid.

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    Franklin Bluth

    February 15th, 2014 at 6:44 pm

    So I switched schools at the end of 9th grade (I’m in 10th grade now) and it’s been a few months since I’ve seen this guy I had a really awkward crush on. I’ve changed a lot and I might see him soon at this small party. Should I hook up with him there? The way I justify it to myself is that when I look back at my high school experience I don’t want to have regrets–and not doing this would be one of them. I’m not a slut and I really want to do this, but not only do I not know if I should, but I don’t know how to go about it. I’m not the prettiest girl, and in the words of this prospective guy “pretty, but not hot”. My friend says I should go for it, but I’m not sure–not very confident in my skills of “seduction”. Please help!
    Sorry I didn’t realize hooking up had so many different meanings!!!! By hooking up I mean making out, not sex.
    And by the way, if this helps, I’ll probably never see him again after this–just a thought!
    Oh, and yet another detail, I’m not looking for a relationship–just a fling; a one-time fling.

    Miguel M

    April 30th, 2014 at 5:58 am

    ok if your bf or gf has a social account where lots of people from the opposite sex comment on it, what would you do? i have a tagged account and my ‘friend’ got really angry with me because a lot of guys were commenting and leaving up all sorts of messages and asking for msn and so on. here’s a sample of the comments:
    1. u r welcome hunny.. if u want to talk much more u can add *gave his email*
    2. do you speek english?? ok, I’m from argentina! Kisses
    3.no probs hun x
    4.no problem sexy
    5.how are you sexy girl
    6.Thx alot all here say hi to you my best best friedn mwaaaaaaaah
    take care adn wish you get better soon

    then there’s this lesbian who posted up some embedded comments. so he has seen all those comments. and he got really angry because of it. and said that it seems like i was more interested in chatting with guys. here’s the first thing i posted up: “hey, thanks for the add.”

    so would you get angry with your gf or bf? and also too, keep in mind that you also have up such comments.
    i’m 16. i’m not interested in other guys. anyone who knows me very well knows that i attract guys like flies. if i’m active on a site i meet a lot of guys.
    MakeSure those comments are what random guys posted up on MY profile. i’d be insane to put those things up. we aren’t together. i said a friend, he’s a special friend and there’s something called waiting. and as for your last remarks, i know witnesses who have done things far worse than me and they are still in the truth. so, please, save me the lecture.

    Matthew S

    June 24th, 2014 at 5:50 pm

    I have a friend who recently converted to Islam. I am an agnostic who is open to all religious ideas so in all honesty her religion is not what bothers me, it is how conservative she is becoming. She has a lot of family issues with her father cheating and hitting her mom and she can’t seem to stick with one man. She also has a lot of image issues in terms of her ethnicity. She goes through phases where like she will be more of one ethnicity and embrace it more (She is a mix of Hispanic, European, Arabic, and Indian). Anyways, she converted to Islam after dating a muslim boy. Due to her issues, I feel the conversion was only to fill a void. She was one a spiritual path to help herself cope. Anyways, she claimed this boy wasn’t a good muslim because he was dating her so she quickly dumped him after she met this Arab Muslim abroad and now they are engaged and will marry when she moves to his country in Africa. Now this boy seems nice and rather liberal. He dresses in a western fashion and likes American music (NOT that I care how he dresses or what he listens to just pointing out), HOWEVER, he is so controlling. She can barely hang out anymore because she has to ask for permission. When she does go out with me to eat, he calls her twice and like asks to video chat to make sure the place is not some club. He gets upset that she goes to places that serve alcohol, but he doesn’t understand that almost all restaurants in the United States serve alcohol even if you don’t drink it. He calls her multiple times when she is out and won’t sleep until she comes home. When she is at college and commuting home with me he times her to make sure she is coming home on time. If she says she will be out for an hour, he counts exactly one hour. He even times her for everything she does outside. It kinda bothers me because we cant have a normal outing without him calling her and asking her about where she is who she is with, etc. Our friendship has really been hurt by this and although he claims to like me and has talked to me some times on his own terms, he likes it better when she hangs out with her new Muslim friends. She is accepting of his behavior and says it is just a Muslim thing, but it bothers me because she USED to hate people who do this so much and in the past would get mad at girls or boys who were controlled for not stepping up. Now she is being controlled and says it is a Muslim thing. Is it really a Muslim thing? Or is it a cultural thing? He is from Northern Africa. I respect her religion, but I feel like sometimes too much religion can hurt an individual’s freedom. Just my perspective. Any ideas from Muslims? Any similar experiences? Thank You!

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