If you like it when your partner trims, don't you think your partner would like it if you did?
I nice groomed man looks good.. Unless you like a man with a beard and pony tail and long fingernailsView Thread
From Dallas,moved to Portland ,ore. Then to San Francisco , then to San Diego , then to Austin , now I'm in Houston .
They all have pro n cons to em.
Portland has grreat areas to get naked at.
SF- also has some but can be difivult to get to.
SD-has two but again hard to get to but gets ya in shape.
Austin-has one. But patrolled by cops.
Hou- has nothing to offer. But good weather n I can still get naked n my back yard n no one can see anything.View Thread
I was in my back yard.. week day, so knew neigbors had all gone to work. I was relaxing on a lounge in the yard, and started to stroke one out... and heard something.. I caught movement on the other side of the fence... I continued to stroke it off.. shot on my chest. Come to find out, the 16yr old next door did not go to school.. he got a a good show..View Thread
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