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  • Abstinence before Marriage

    19 25.68%
  • Fidelity in Marriage

    58 78.38%
  • Being against Pornography

    15 20.27%
  • Being against Homosexual/Bisexual/Transgender behavior

    9 12.16%
  • Patriotism

    12 16.22%
  • Religious Freedom

    67 90.54%
  • Right to Life: Against Abortion and Euthanasia

    19 25.68%
  • Being against Addictive Drugs

    27 36.49%
  • Being against Alcohol

    10 13.51%
  • Being against Gambling

    14 18.92%
  • Being intolerant to any behavior that may destroy individuals, families, and our culture.

    15 20.27%
  • Discrimination as the wisdom of choosing between good and evil.

    9 12.16%
  • The Ends justifying the Means.

    10 13.51%
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  1. #111
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Darwin is dead.

    Why do I want it?

    And why can't anyone explain it to me? I know what it does, but no one gives me an answer of what it's like. Why? I need to test the waters before I dive in so I can make sure that it's worth the trouble in the first place. Can't someone give me an analogy of some kind?

    Moreover, my username notwithstanding, because I think this way, am I less than or more than human?

    By the way, I am actually not the one who turned this into a sex topic. Someone else disagreed with my views, and everything went to hell. This should be cut into the Philosophy & Spirituality thread...oh wait...
    Do I get to be the one to do this?

    "Warm apple pie."

    Not really. Since I'm sure you've done some "solo flights," just think of that but more satisfying. I won't go into gory anatomical details, but trust me, you do it once and you're like "oh, that's what that's for."

    Your opinion on the subject does nothing to make you more or less human. If it's bothering you that you don't do something, generally I've found the best solution is to go out and do it. (heh-heh) Or don't. Up to you. But it's really not as complicated as you're making it out to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Mexico View Post
    Do I get to be the one to do this?

    "Warm apple pie."

    Not really. Since I'm sure you've done some "solo flights," just think of that but more satisfying. I won't go into gory anatomical details, but trust me, you do it once and you're like "oh, that's what that's for."

    Your opinion on the subject does nothing to make you more or less human. If it's bothering you that you don't do something, generally I've found the best solution is to go out and do it. (heh-heh) Or don't. Up to you. But it's really not as complicated as you're making it out to be.
    Is there anything that chemically happens to the mind during the "warm apple pie" sensation? Does it enhance my intelligence or does it dumb me down? How will it transform me as a person? Please, I like to know what I'm getting into. I'm too afraid to go through with it.

    If it's just a warm apple pie feeling, then couldn't I get the same sensation by fucking a warm apple pie? Also, getting the warm apple pie substance all over my dick (I imagine the female lubricant is much more salty) sounds kind of unsanitary.

    Tell me about this easy way. It sounds impossible for me. It seems even easy for the introverts to get it. Why is it hard for me?

    How do I know if I'll be good at it? I hate being incompetent.

    And what does an orgasm feel like? Most of the time after I've gotten a hard-on, I just get really tired. Is there something else that's supposed to happen? And is the sensation more physical or more abstract?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    And why can't anyone explain it to me?
    Masturbation is better in a lot of ways. Does that make you feel better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    And what does an orgasm feel like? Most of the time after I've gotten a hard-on, I just get really tired. Is there something else that's supposed to happen? And is the sensation more physical or more abstract?
    from my observations after having an orgasm ALL men get really tired- then they roll over and fall asleep! :steam:
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    from my observations after having an orgasm ALL men get really tired- then they roll over and fall asleep! :steam:
    Eh, that means you are tiring them out There is a slight bias towards men being sleepy.. but it is very personal. I, for example, want to jog a mile... literally. It's not even awake, but wired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    Masturbation is better in a lot of ways. Does that make you feel better?
    I've done that more than enough. It's getting old.

    One of the other things I can't stand is people elsewhere seem to feel sorry for me because I haven't "done it" yet.

    People tell me that it's the greatest experience human beings can experience. But now here comes that "Why?" question again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    People tell me that it's the greatest experience human beings can experience. But now here comes that "Why?" question again.
    I really can't tell someone who hasn't eaten flan how good it tastes and feels in your mouth- the same applies here (not taste and feel, but the experience in general!)
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    Dammit! I'm never gonna figure this out. I want to be good at it the first time. Is there some sort of instruction manual or anything?

    Am I losing it?

    Also, can a mod move post 76 and beyond to my blog or someplace else (preferably my blog, because I don't want to embarrass myself)? I don't know if it's appropriate here and I'd love to continue this discussion so that I may feel more psychologically secure.

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    find an older woman who enjoys teaching! that's really the best advice I have for you there!

    (no- I'm not volunteering- you want to wipe people like me off the face of the planet! )
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    No older women, please. That's disgusting.

    I want to find a theoretical way to do this so I can be good at it the first time.

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