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(67 People Likes) Where can I buy a love doll?

But I figure if women can buy dildos, what’s the problem with me buying a “friend”? It’s not as if I’m going to sit next to her at the dinner table and pretend she’s my wife or anything. Not unless she magically springs to life!
It’s not ideal, obviously. But I’m not really in a position where getting “out there” and picking up women in bars is really a realistic option anymore. Nor have I ever been interested in meeting people in such places. And the “nice” women I like, are more or less long since married and settled, so i figure: why the hell not?
Simulated sex is better than nothing, right? And if I dim the lights, light a few candles and put on Greatest Love Hits by Richard Clayderman, I think I can even convince myself that I’m having a genuinely intimate moment with an extremely shy person.
It’s only afterwards when you remove parts of her anatomy and clean them in the kitchen sink that reality seeps back in…
But never mind reality! I may be totally wrong about all of this, but I’ve a feeling that buying a doll could perhaps make me feel less alone. And for me, that’s a start.
How many men own a Fleshlight? Millions, probably. Well, this is just a life-size

(65 People Likes) What are some ways I can get an Asian girlfriend if I'm white?

f course, but besides that, it indicates low intelligence to think Asians will be better or the same or different: every human is unique. Asian girls are all individuals, and might not like being lumped together with all other Asian girls, as though the DNA determines what we’re like. It’s also difficult to have a real relationship with someone relating to a stereotype or preconceived notion of what we’re like based on our genetic heritage, rather Love Doll than a real person, and not worth the effort to try.
Finally, your desire for an Asian girlfriend also reveals your evaluation of people emphasizes or places importance on physical attributes, such that you would probably be disappointed or dissatisfied with a real person: perhaps you should go buy an Asian doll, one of

(62 People Likes) What movie is so disturbing, you would never watch it again?

I suppose that was my own form of rebellion at the time. Among them were KIDS, Gummo, Requiem for a Dream, Pink Flamingoes, and more. While they were all hard to watch in one way or another, I actually ended up liking the majority of these movies, and I wouldn't say most were disturbing enough for me to never want to watch them again. Most of them at least, not all. I have a handful that I would rather not rewatch even after all these years.
Stoic (2009) was one that was very hard for me to keep looking at during certain scenes. To not get so into detail, it took place in a prison cell holding four inmates, then three of them gang up on one and essentially torture him to death. I felt sick at how realistically gruesome and grim it was. When it was over, I was able to appreciate the better aspects of the film, such as the acting that was uncomfortably convincing, and how they utilised the minimal budget in their favour. Despite that though, I was shaken by it for a while after watching it. It wasn't entertainingly outrageous like Pink Flamingo transexual jesse doggy style love doll s (although that movie is on thin ice for me). It didn't have the masterful direction of a movie like A Clockwork Orange. I think it was executed well enough for what it is, but I didn't have much reason or desire to rewatch it. I don't know if it would be as disturbing to me nowadays as it was then (I'm 17 now), but from what I remember, I would rather not return to it and find out.

Mala Noche (1988) is a film that I'm not entirely sure was meant to be disturbing, but it did creep me out nonetheless. It wasn't gorey or violent, it was offputting in the sense that it was told from the perspective of a grown man sexually pursuing two teenage boys, and he sees nothing wrong with this at all. He even addresses the fact that they were probably only around 16, yet he gleefully describes how much he wants to have sex with them all through out the Real Doll ovie. That's pretty much the whole plot. They were both clearly uncomfortable with his flirtation, and when he does have sex with one it was only in exchange for money. It didn't help that it was cheaply made. There are some parts that are laughable, boring, and/or just cringeworthy. I wouldn't mind never seeing it again.

Now The Human Centipede movies…. I don't think I watched all of them, but the ones I managed to sit through were not entertaining enough for me to justify how gross they were. I do enjoy a disturbing movie for the sake of being disturbing every once in a while (if I can take away something good from it) these just didn't do it for me. Maybe a person's mouth being sewn to another person's anus was too much? Because there came a point where I questioned why I was even watching. Again, maybe this wouldn't be as bad now as it was when I was 12–13, but I'm not eager to find out. If I can say an

(64 People Likes) What’s the most unusual item landlords have found left behind after someone moved out?

loor walk-up. The landlord, who lived in the building, asked me what I could rent it for if we did a renovation and got it off of rent control. I asked if it was a studio or a one bedroom, and the landlord said that she didn’t know as she had never been allowed inside. The tenant came with the building when she bought it in the 1980s. This was around 2012 so in 30 years the landlord had never been inside a unit in the building which she personally lived in.
When the tenant moved out, she took only a cardboard suitcase. She had moved in during the Kennedy administration and never left, so her rent was something like $104 per month. What we found inside was astounding. There was an entire wall made of meticulously emptied and stacked Hellman’s mayonnaise jars, several thousand of them. Also stack upon stack of periodicals including hundreds of Cat Fancy, though no evidence of a cat. All in all it took five dumpsters to empty and demo the apartment.
At a huge luxury building in Manhattan, we had an incident where a body was found shoved down the trash chute, and a large number of tenants wanted to move out before their leases were up. I was tasked to help process some of the check-outs. I entered an apartment with a tenant to find the kitchen to have obviously had a bad fire. The backsplash and upper cabinets were all destroyed. I asked the tenant what happened, and she explained something to the effect of, “Well, I’m an orthodox Jew and we believe that you have to cook off the remnants of whatever impure foods were left in a kitchen, so I poured oil on th transexual jesse doggy style love doll countertops and set it on fire. The cabinets got a little burnt in the process.” Flabbergasted, I clarified that she had intentionally set a fire in a building where over 1,200 people lived, and she basically shrugged and said, “What else would you expect me to do?”
To my knowledge, and I’ve checked with a few rabbis, that is not a normal practice.
Edit- suggested I put this in the original answer
Just remembered another one… Thompson Street. One of those really awful old Manhattan apartments with a shower in the kitchen. The toilet was in a little room of its own, just a little cubicle. The tenant had replaced the standard light with a black light bulb and painted the walls and the door with that black chalkboard paint. Then they used a silver metallic paint pen and wrote a long and elaborate poem about drug use covering the walls from floor to ceiling.
This was very difficult to paint over, and while the super was attempting to do so, I was showing the apartment and someone wanted to rent it as is with the poem in place. So we wrote a rider to the lease disclosing that it was like that and that they requested it be like that (technically by law you are supposed to completely paint b

(48 People Likes) What is the name of the movie starring Ryan Gosling in which he is in love with a blow up doll?

he Real Girl.
A lonely man has an affair with a blow-up doll, whom he thinks is a real person. And although there are plenty of laughs (how couldn’t there be?), it’s largely played straight. He’s terribly broken and enormously sympathetic. And yet it’s not in the least sad; in fact it’s so heartwarming that it will remind you of classic Frank Capra movies like It’s a Wonderful Life, where the essential goodness of humanity is the take-home po

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