News Host Demonstrates How Her Vibrating Toothbrush Hits The Spot
Canadians, I’m not going to pretend I understand what kind of frigid, weird things you guys are into. I assume frost-addled sex parts have to do desperate things to thaw out. But if Lisa Dutton of Global Saskatoon (which sounds like a made-up news show from a Robin flashback on How I Met Your Mother (I mean, what? I don’t watch that. As if. I hate TV. (I’ve seen every episode.))) is any indication, even Canadian babies are down with some freaky kinds of get-down.
And for those of you who don’t have a baby in need of a Chris Hansen-approved teething solution, just watch this video with the sound off for an understood-in-all-languages Valentine’s Day (just the) tip.
Special shout-out to co-host Kevin Stanfield’s “is this happening? Wait, no really, this is happening? Holy fuck, this is happening!” facial progression.
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It doesn’t mean you have to be doing something big every day or even every month. It’s all about keeping the romance alive, not just in the areas of skin-ship and intimacy.
Love has always been something difficult for me to express, and discuss. To me, love was something that almost didn’t even exist at first. Everyone that I thought loved me, in terms of relationships, always left or just ended communication.
Now as I look back, I am able to recall a time when my granddad loved me and taught me to be a man.
Imperfections, flaws, quirks, idiosyncrasies – call these what you will, but I’m here to tell you that they are not always cute. Sometimes they are ominous and deserving of a pensive evening stroll. I tolerated my now-ex for over three years because of his “idiosyncratic” red flags, listed below.