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Friday, October 26, 2007

Sleaze Extravaganza This Weekend at Exotic Erotic Ball

Posted By on Fri, Oct 26, 2007 at 8:18 AM


Get ready for a weekend-long boner at this year's Exotic Erotic Ball. Y'know, any hardie lasting longer than a few hours and lil' homie could literally have to go. I mean amputated, son! So you best take care of your bits and pieces at this function. In the meantime, please absorb this answer to what is possibly the most important question to ask yourself at this freak fest:

Q. "Is groping allowed?"

A. No, dude, you just can't start groping people. Try to imagine that you had a normal upbringing for a minute - would you want people indiscriminately groping you? We'll answer that for you if you're having trouble - no, you would not. At the Exotic Erotic Ball, the operative word is respect. If you keep in mind that lots of people are feeling sexy and aroused, then you will realize that it is OK to ask someone if you can touch. Yes - it is OK to ask. But respect the answer. If it's not the answer you wanted, then ask someone else. Remember - if you grope, you leave. But - if it is consensual, then ... well, then it's not really groping, it's fondling.

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