Have any of you men ever been able to suck yourself off or saw somebody do it? If you've sucked your own cock, did you swallow your cum. It takes a lot of agility, but is really hot! Might even be more fun to rim a guy while he's sucking his penis. Married guys love being rimmed.View Thread
Hockey players have the finest asses. You can never see them when they are in all the padded uniforms etc., but skating builds muscles that really form a well defined, perfect ass. I was on a flight with a professional hockey team a year ago and they were standing in the aisle talking and I have never seen such incredible asses. I also was at a hotel bar in Vancouver, B.C. chatting with a guy who as it turned out, was a pro hockey player. A few Jack Daniels later he was up in my room under the pretext of wanting a massage. He was laying buck naked face down on the bed. All I wanted to do was massage his ass, which he liked and he kept saying "now your looking at a hockey player's ass." Whew! He was moaning when I would finger his anus with lotion. He rolled over and let me jack him off and he was on his way. Wow, what an experience.View Thread
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