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(56 People Likes) If people need guns for safety, why don't they just buy imitation firearms or firearms filled with blanks/ rubber bullets?
ew, when I heard a kerfuffle outside… Being me I went to check it out. A neighbor boy of 16 was standing in the road, bleeding from his hand. I know this boy. He’s a good kid. I walk over and ask what’s happening. He said he broke a beer bottle against the doorframe in an arguement with his stepdad… I took a closer look at his hand and realized he had a pretty bad gash that needed attention… I took him back to my house to patch him up… Several other neighbors came with us… It was 2 am… On a saturday night… But everyone was up… Most of them drunk or on drugs… Many were both. So, I sit him down at my place and start cleaning his wound, he starts to tell me what happened, gets to the part where his stepdad is high and drunk an Mini Sex Doll gone crazy when said stepdad comes bursting through my front door, cussing, yelling, basically acting like a pissed off meth head… I told him to leave… There were 5 other people there, plus my two toddlers asleep in the room just off the livingroom… This man was acting buckwild… He told me to shut the fuck up… at the time I kept my gun stashed down in the crack between my sofa arm and end cushion, where you wouldn’t see it even if you removed the cushion… I grabbed it. It was a revolver, 9 shot .22, I kept the first three chambers empty as it had no safety… As I brought it up I spun the barrel and cocked it… I said, “I said, get the fuck out of my house.” His eyes went big as white love dolls aucers and he stumbled, backwards, out the door… He went to his house and got his gun… Neighbors saw him stomping toward my place with a 10 guage and stopped him… If they hadn’t, I’d have had 7 people, 3 of them kids, to defend from a madman with a shotgun… Would a fake
(37 People Likes) A couple of years ago my cousin had bought a sex doll and had sex with it in the car with me, and then asked me to to touch him and we’re asking if he can touch me. I was 14 he was 20? He told me not to tell anyone I always wanted to tell my mom.
bringing you toward such imagination. The relation you have with your mom, can't be ignite for sex. You have entire planet women for sex, but you can't have honest women, truly compromise for you. women who loves you, without any conditions, some where else on this planet. Which your mom doing. So, love the way, sons love their mom. Do jokes with her, make her laughter, disturb her, interupt her and even fight with her. We all have to leave each other, one
(49 People Likes) What do you think of DC movies gender swapping Plastic Man?
d vehicle.” - Kit, B. (2020, December 4). Cat Vasko to Pen Female-Centric Plastic Man Movie. The Hollywood Reporter. URL Realistic Sex Doll /br> We’ve heard so very little about the film project in it’s current state that it’s unnecessary to freak out over the term “female lead.” Allow me to clarify: Just because it says “female-led” does NOT mean that Plastic Man himself white love dolls would end up female. All it means is simply that the movie itself will have a female as the central protagonist. Which… Isn’t really that bad! I wouldn’t mind if the movie had a female central protagonist. So long as the character we’re all interested in, Plastic Man, makes for a duel central protagonist or second
(22 People Likes) Will Ivanka Trump be able to regain her social status and success following the end of Trump's presidency?
alth, and her inclusion at an early age in those social circles, mainly in New York. It is no secret that there are many people in New York and around the country (even Republicans) who regard Donald Trump as a pariah and want nothing to do with him. However, not the entirety of high society has snubbed him or his children. No doubt that many of those faithful friends will be willing to invite him and his children to their parties and clubs. Her success - I’m not sure what her success has been, but I acknowledge that she obtained a solid education (After graduating from Choate in 2000, she attended Georgetown University for two years before transferring to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, from which she graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in economics in 2004.) After graduation she went to work rather promptly as Executive Vice-President of the Trump Organization. She also worked as a boardroom judge on The Apprentice. She’s been in his administration since March of 2017. Based on name recognition and her international connections, there will likely be some corporations who want to hire her as a consultant, but she probably would want a position that does not bring the incessant spotlight that has been cast on her for over three years. What will be very hard to escape will be the tarnish that her father brought to the family name, and her occasional fumbled at white love dolls empts to fit in places where she did not belong. But the corp
(87 People Likes) What should I do? My GF told me she won’t change her name after we get married (she’s keeping her name out of respect for her dad). How do I force her to stop? She said she already made decision. Our future kids will have her maiden name if we marry.
fects you and your life in no way at all. Sorry (not sorry) but whether any woman changes her surname or not is nobody’s business. But you ask “what can I do?” So I’ll tell you. You can respect her decision. She wants to show her love for her heritage and her father by carrying on with the name she was born with, good for her. Professionally I can assume she’s built a positive reputation around the recognition of her name, double good for her. But the fact is, she doesn’t need a reason. It’s her name, her identity, her choice. You can stop reading there if you like, but I’ll give reasons as to why I feel so strongly about this. My parents gave me a bicultural name to represent my bicultural background. From a very young age my name made me stand out from my peers. Role calls in school, the fact that my name doesn’t fit on most standard forms, and the multiple hyphens seem to confuse a lot of people. It actually became such an issue with people not being able to pronounce the “ethnic” parts of my name that by the time I was in high school, my mother shortened my name to only the Western sounding parts. I was fine with this for a while. Anyone who knew me well enough knew I was biracial anyway, and it wasn’t an offical change. My passport and licence still had the long version. So, when I moved to a rural (and significantly more White) town and started working, my full name became my everyday common name again, ethnic and all. The people asking me where I came from and apparently not being able to pronounce my surname became commonplace again. As an adult, rather than a child just trying to fit in at school, I began to completely embrace my name and my cultural heritage. I fought to love myself and be cleverer than those who wanted “other” me as Love Doll biracial person. I reminded people that my name was written using the English alphabet; if they couldn’t pronounce it, perhaps they needed to work on their literacy. My name was made fun of, both in overtly and covertly racist ways. And I made a point to use it everywhere. Emails were signed off using my full name, I corrected anyone who didn’t say it properly, I insisted work meeting minutes had my entire surname recorded, I treated them like idiots if they didn’t make the effort to use my name with respect. “Gary, I have told you how to pronounce my name properly. Would you like me to sound it out for you again?” The man who I’m going to spend the rest of my life with must understand, and support, why I fight for the pride of my surname. And as fate would have it, I have met my soulmate who not only wants me to keep my family name, but who will also take it as his own when we get married. That’s a real man right there. EDIT: For context the layou