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There must be something in the air

The Author, with Hugh Hefner, at an undisclosed location
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Nichole Whatley  

Um, i dont think that last part was realy a beard... i think he just needed a trim.


Okay, so that tampon commercial was downright scary. I think I'm scarred for life.


I actually like the g-spot mouse and wish I had one. The Gwar tampon "commercial" was disturbingly awesome. And the zombie pin-up girls? Totally want!


Wow! The tampon commercial was distrubing to say the least haha


Wow ... how impressive is that "nice chest hair" guy? I can ride him for FOUR MINUTES???? like, in the same, um, session? why don't they have auto-reply?


Oh. I can't leave without commenting on that tampon commercial. Except I can't comment, because I'm getting in my time machine because that just can't have happened. No, that just can't be part of my life. Oh my god.


Um, my cervix hurts. Full Flo is frightening.


If anyone told me to ride them like a throbbing fish I would walk away. Seriously. A throbbing fish?! Ew. Now I have images of a dick shaped like a fish burned into my skull. Hell.



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