Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Ridic, May 15, 2015.
In a motherly way, not a sexy way. It makes me feel special.
I love when the ladies grab my junk and slip me the tongue
I work with a couple of ladies that are always hugging everyone. If they only knew the perverted delight they are spreading.
Admit it, its always a tiny bit sexy too.
(I also am fond of this!)
I'm down with it too. I'll always remember a cab ride I took in Atlanta when I was with Georgia Pacific, I was a real up and comer (or so I thought in those days). So this older black gentleman picks me up and we go to GP downtown and chatted. at the end of the ride, he said, son I'm a minister and I can tell you have a good soul.
I don't know, years and years later I remember that. We didn't talk about anything heavy on the ride-it was just one of the very nicest things anyone has ever said to me or about me, anywhere.
id hit it
"You welcome, baby"
"Have a blessed day, honey"
i miss the south florida black chicks
In the Deep South where I grew up your either said sir or ma'am or Mr. Bob or Mrs. Janice. It would be a better country if we still did that I think. It was a way to be respectful but informal and friendly at the same time. I still say it to women at work I don't know well-Hi, Ms. Jessie, how are you today?
I probably come off as a creeper or Scatman Cruthers
Yeah the lack of respect shown by youths to adults these days is very unsettling. Not sure when using titles to address your elders stopped, but I don't like it.
Yowza! I'd love to fuck her.
there aint nothing like black pussy on my dick. word to the mothafuckin DJ Quik
I don't think it would take much work
I don't like getting "ma'amed"
youre no ma'am