'fingered' and 'feelings' NEVER belong in the same sentence.
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"fingered" doesn't belong in a sentence once you're past the age of 13.
"he fingered me
actually i think it's more of the fact that you shouldn't be discussing feelings (ie. how you feel about each other) in the same sentence that you are discussing fingering...
The (203), keeping it classy as always!
and 2:10: lol
ugg i feel like this text could be about me...
It's funny seeing teenagers try to pass off as sexually mature by insisting they're far past things like fingering and handjobs. You kidlets are just pissed that you and your partner lack the manual dexterity to make these things a fun part of foreplay.
i wanna finger your feelings
did anyone else notice that in the text, s/he used both words in the same sentence? what a hipocrite
yeah I am curious. is "handskies" more mature?
how do you phrase that act then
my feelings were hurt when he fingered my bff
I think the OP means that you don't phrase the act. You shouldn't even be talking about "getting fingered." It's something that should be an assumed part of the foreplay. If it's the main event and you're not a freshman in high school, that's just sad.
i love to get fingered .....specially when a movie gets boring in a theatre
I don't know, it's kinda stupid to just write of foreplay elements as only foreplay. Intercourse is great, but handjobs and fingering by themselves are fantastic to do on their own occasionally.
Yeah, what's wrong with being fingered? I still like it, lol