Discussion in 'The Bar' started by UncaDollas, Sep 8, 2014.
I'm mad but wonder if I'm over reacting?
thats eggnog bro
you guys share a bed. might as well share milk/eggnog
and he just blew his boyfriend
I've always been told digestion doesn't start in the stomach. It starts in the mouth. When some one gets even a tiny bit of saliva in the milk or on the lip of the container, the milk starts to digest right in the carton. In a couple of days the milk becomes kind of partially..shit. I was told that even if you live alone, you don't want to drink out of containers that will be returned to the fridge for more then a day. I herd this from my 9th grade health teacher.
Not to mention most peoples mouths have over 300 strains of bacteria living in them.
I hope he doesn't have .....
do you live in a dorm?
No, an apartment.
are you Kip or Henry?
or should i say Buffy or Hildi
He might be using your toothbrush too.
serious burn right there dude
There's probably safer things to put in your behind than a toothbrush, which could cause injury to fragile tissues, resulting in damage, death, or worse, total embarrassment.
I'm not sure someone under 18 can purchase sex toys, but they do actually make items that are relatively safe to put in your butt.
Apparently some people (mostly people with prostates), get pleasure from inserting things into the anus (Yes Virginia, even perfectly heterosexual men). Unfortunately, some things are less safe than others, and I'm guessing a toothbrush doesn't make the "won't break your ass" list.
If by "Is it OK" you are asking "Is there something seriously wrong with the person who does this, mentally or emotionally?" Probably not - unless you count bad judgment regarding what toys to use, or doing it in a way that you discovered they were doing it.
If you catch your teenager on the living room couch, masturbating, with a toothbrush in their butt, it's probably a sign of poor judgment on a number of levels, unless they seem to have been doing it deliberately to horrify you, in which case, you might want to consider some family counseling.
Is it normal for young people, having sexual feelings, to try out things you might think odd? Yeah. Pretty normal. It's called experimentation. Most of it's pretty harmless.
If it doesn't cause injury, health risks, or unwanted pregnancy, it's probably safe to lump it under "It's just the process of experimentation, ask them not to puncture their bodily tissues with anything that could lead to injury, incontinence or death, and then pointedly don't discuss it over dinner ever again."
if the hairbrush is missing, he's living with shivvy
How so? It's a huge Apartment in Manhattan. I'd bet our rent, even what we pay individually is more then most peoples mortgage.
That hot chick necking w/ the pup thread ruined your day, eh?
Fuck it. Does he have the herps? If not, walk it off.