Well anon the only thing I can suggest since your sex deprived is to save up for an inexpensive vibrator, perhaps that would satisfy some of your urges ? and btw..why should medicare pay for viagra ?..it's Not a life or death situation.View Thread
Well first off at 42 years old you should NOT qualify for medicare, and even if you did, Viagra would not ease back pain. Perhaps he needs to rehabilitate his back first and then maybe sex will follow ?View Thread
I guess I just like all the particulars as snug as a bug. So its briefs for me. This is sort of related if any of you like to swim, beach or pool ? but have you ever gotten that rash that develops on the head of your wad, which I believe is caused by the mesh that is used in swimming trunks ? Mine gets really sore.
I really do not have an answer for you anon, but you better let him know that if he has any intentions on being a father to let the fireworks go off inside. On a side note maybe he really isn't ready for fatherhood ?View Thread
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