1. Thrusting your pelvis like you're Magic Mike himself. Dude, you are not having sex with my mouth or doing some kind of Magic Mike sex dance where my mouth is a fedora you're putting over your penis and gyrating into, but also that is dangerous. Trust me, this whole thing will be a lot more fun if I have no desire to reflexively bite your penis off. 2. Staring like we're putting on a porn show for you.
Unfortunately for those who are thinking about getting married later in life, new evidence has shown that this may not be the route to conjugal happiness. Jezebel reports that the University of Utah sociologist Nicholas Wolfinger took data from the National Survey of Family Growth, from 2006 to 2010, and concluded that if you get married at the age of 20, you are 50 per cent more likely to get divorced than if you had tied the knot at 25.
i also put some video in my Instagram stories of said activities https://www.instagram.com/hellolanemoore/ the little girl & her dog were stupidly cute & kind & i feel like they were sent to me to make my night better & lighter and frankly even more cinematic but it was very nice and weird as fuck
i spent tonight singing alone in an empty playground on the swings while wearing a tutu, a Velvet Underground shirt, & glitter knee socks before being joined by a little girl & a dog who came over to swing with me so i am now ready to accept my award for Manic Pixie-est Shit Ever
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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