“I Taught Your Boyfriend That Thing You Like”

Posted By on January 19, 2011

During my recess, I met up with my ex.  He’s an interesting character…ever so talkative.  I told him that I looked him up on Facebook and noticed that he was in a relationship.  I congratulated him.  He looked at me and said pensively, “If only he could do that thing you used to do with your tongue.” I told him that I learned my best tricks from pornstars.

Do that thing your tongue again.


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