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(64 People Likes) Should I buy a silicone sex doll?

men clean themselves up. You will have to clean this thing up, and it is gross, and tedious, and you Sex Doll Torso could just jerk off far more easily and conveniently for free! Also, they don't exactly move like real women do, if you get what I mean. You can pose them, but they don't move at all. So, if the idea of necrophilia turns you on, then go for it! But if not, years later, you'll look at all of the years wasted that should have been spent with a good woman, and you'll feel the same way about your crappy home since you've only ever been able to rely on your own income for your mortgage, or more likely, rent. All of us men have certain needs, and yes, the doll May

(32 People Likes) How does someone find a partner who doesn't like arguing and fighting?

drama with others. In new relationships, people will often try to fake you out but later their true col Sex Doll rs show through. See how they act with their family, how they act at a restaurant if someone gets their order wrong, how they act online when people disagree with them. Do they seek peace and agreement, or do they want to cause drama, dominate the other

(44 People Likes) I have a articulated Barbie fashionista doll and her hip joints are kinda loose. Her hip joint is purple and is like a plastic thing that connects to the torso. Is there any way that I can tighten the hip joint?

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(22 People Likes) Why do some Japanese men choose dolls over real girls?

married.
A hardworking rather well paid man, that wants to get married and whom they can introduce to their parents.
Being handsome is a plus.
Being too handsome might mean he is ‘charai’, meaning a player.
In very rare cases, they desire sexual compatibity.
This order starts to be more obvious especially after they turn 30 and realize most of their friends are getting married and start having children.
In short, when they start having the marriage fever.

Just as a note: this happens because Japanese society sees marriage as the achievement of a certain social status.
The same as you are expected to have a job BEFORE college graduation.
You are expected to marry before 30.
I attended a women’s college in Japan for a year and they had cooking lessons, cultural lessons (which fascinated me as a foreigner).
But when asking my collegues why they attended that certain college, the answer was to be worthy of a decent man, so they could stay at home. That was 9 years ago!

I am in my 30s and divorced.
Yes, most of my unmarried Japanese friends rather than talking about finding a partner for life, they talk about wanting to get married as soon as possible. Marriage is the objective!
I see it as an unnecessary social pressure that will change over time.
In the same way thag in the past 15 years the percentage of part time workers vs. full time workers has exceeded 40%, which has a lot to say about young Japanese people opening their eyes and not wanting the lifetime employment anymore.

Not all Japanese women have this rush of wanting to get married.
But the ones that don’t, are the ones that appreciate men at their best without putting any pressure on them and themselves at the same time, are the wise ones, with a strong carrier behind, a few relationships, that just want a partner to share their life with.
The above women are the same ones Kanji Kato, Member of the Japanese Parliament, encouraged a few weeks ago to have multiple children as birth rate falls to lowest level since 1899.
Single women a 'burden on the state', says Japanese MP< sex doll threesome br> As a single woman having lived in Japan for almost a decade now I feel compelled to say something from my personal experience.
The Japanese government should maybe act before talking in any of the matters regarding women rights at work and in society.
Paying women on an average less than 1000 dollars/month for the same job, asking if you are married or not at the interview, if you planning to have children or not are just a few of the problems women here in Japan have to struggle with.
So, when the ‘dear’ Japanese MP comes to make such a reckless statement it can only anger me.
I believe this payment and company mentality of not suporting women, to be at the root of most of the problems.
Women here either want to get married to have the security of a man and family in case they get tired of this vicious

(70 People Likes) As a police officer, what is the weirdest thing you've caught someone doing?

tube. Search on the keywords…) Here’s Austin, getting busted by an overly helpful inventory person. I believe I may have worn something like that same expression on this occasion. (Not Austin’s, the guy holding the “evidence” there.)
We did a search warrant at the residence of a drug trafficker and money launderer and my job was to do the inventory and make the official return that goes to the judge who issued the warrant, letting her know what we seized. While the affidavit containing all of the probable cause information is generally sealed and non-public, the warrant itself (and usually the return) is not filed under seal and available to anybody who wants to look at it at the clerk’s office. Public record.
I’ve set up my computer and portable printer (we’d advanced from the old days of pen and paper forms), and I’m inventorying each item brought to me at the dining room table with the crook in handcuffs watching from Realistic Sex Doll a chair. I should add that having been a narcotics agent for 12 years, I knew drug evidence when I saw it. Money laundering evidence isn’t always quite as obvious, so I’d hold some discussions with the case agent about whether and why she wanted some particular paper, and whether it was covered in the “particularized description of the items to be searched for and seized,” (that pesky 4th Amendment).
An hour or two in, one of the other agents brings me a box from the master bedroom (usually the jackpot location in drug warrants). I start pulling stuff out and recording the information about each item in the computer, all drug evidence, the records were in another room. Alvin (not his real name, but close enough), is watching with some dismay as I inventory his coke, pot, and pills. A few items in and I get to the paraphernalia, scales, smoking devices, and a big plastic tube thing with a rubber hose attached to what looks like a pump handle. It looks like it could be a bong, which is what the (young-ish female) agent put down on the slip that described where it was found (nightstand next to the bed).
Only I’d seen Austin Powers, and she apparently hadn’t. Or maybe the lack of a Swedish flag on the plastic threw her off, but I was under no illusions.
I put it on the table where Alvin can plainly see it. “Hmmm, possible bong,” I say. “Drug paraphernalia. That’s another count.”
“That ain’t a bong,” he says indignantly.
“Oh? What is it then?”
“It ain’t a f’n bong.”
“Looks like drug paraphernalia to me. That’s a felony in this state, believe it or not. I’ll send it to the lab and have it checked for residue.”
“Residue?”
“Yeah. You know, traces of drugs left behind from when you were smoking.” (He’s looking rather discomfited at the direction of the conversation. I was having a pretty good time. Inventory is about the boring-est job on a search warrant, sex doll threesome so any chance for a little rare comic relief is welcomed.)
“Oh, you’re gonna find some f’n residue, you go looking for it. Ain’t gonna be what you’re expecting. Bong, hell no,” he said.
“You know what? I think you’re right. I believe this is a penis pump. One of those enlarger things. For guys who need that sort of thing... Small guys... I’ll just put that down on the inventory form here. One penis pump enlarger,” I said, busying myself tapping some nonsense on the computer. “Let’s see, her note says it was seized in the master bedroom. On the nightstand. That’s probably where you’d keep something like this, nice and handy.” More tapping.
“Sh-t. That ain’t mine.” [I heard that one a lot over the years, but was cheered that this time we were entering true Austin “Danger” Powers territory. That’s exactly what Austin says in the movie. (“That’s not mine, baby.”)] This day was looking up.
“You can’t put that sh-t on your f’n form. It ain’t mine. I don’t need that sh-t. Hell, I can’t even fit in that little thing. I probably break the damn thing,” he said, all indignant. (I’m no expert on the subject, but it looked pretty good-sized. Maybe he was “stretching” the… truth a little?)
“Better be careful Alvin. It’s a crime to lie to a federal agent and you know they’re gonna strip search you down at the Marshals’. I think you’re in enough trouble already with the drugs and money laundering stuff. And there’s DNA now…”
“Man, you can’t be serious. DNA. F-.”
“Yep, we’ll get to the bottom of this. The judge will be reading all this and she’ll want to know whether this is drug paraphernalia or not. The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Goes to court, all the attorneys and the jurors are gonna want to know, too. So, what should I put here? Alvin’s penis pump or Alvin’s bong?”
He thinks about it a moment, muttering a little. “I

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