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    Not really. The times Ive been asked this question I've tended to throw up the number 7, because that seemed the general consensus. But I don't really do lucky numbers.

    I have one lucky charm though. A 3 centimeter long antler I found in the scottish highlands when I was a kid. A once in a lifetime find, and easy to keep in my pocket. Also, even though this one is small, antlers are the sex. Booya!

    Tried to find a picture of a similar antler, but apart from some sawed off tips(which dont count!) I cant find any tiny antler like mine on the web. Maybe it truely was a spectacular find. >.>
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    My favorite number is 69, every time.
    I've never doubted it, and it's never failed me.
    It's the only number that allows everybody to win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    My favorite number is 69, every time.
    I've never doubted it, and it's never failed me.
    It's the only number that allows everybody to win.
    What to do with large height differences and not much back leniency though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    What to do with large height differences and not much back leniency though?
    No one said that the 6 and the 9 have to be exactly the same size.
    So long as they make sense to each other then balance in the universe shall be maintained.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    No one said that the 6 and the 9 have to be exactly the same size.
    So long as they make sense to each other then balance in the universe shall be maintained.
    I suppose, there are always the foot and nipple fetishes to consider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    No one said that the 6 and the 9 have to be exactly the same size.
    So long as they make sense to each other then balance in the universe shall be maintained.
    There has to be a reasonable balance... or flexibility.

    It couldn't be 6 9

    I like 9. And six is 9 upside down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    There has to be a reasonable balance... or flexibility.
    BROTHER WOLFY!!!!

    "Reasonable" is subjectively defined... Muahahaa...

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    It couldn't be 6 9
    Hell, I guess it could?!?! So long as both are consenting and no one presses charges I'm assuming that's still OK somehow, right?

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I like 9. And six is 9 upside down.
    9 is six upside down, Muahahaha!!!!



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    I declare Halla the winner, for 6 comes before 9. It is not logical to get to nine and then turn it around. It is far more effecient to do the turning once you're at six.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    I declare Halla the winner, for 6 comes before 9. It is not logical to get to nine and then turn it around. It is far more effecient to do the turning once you're at six.
    9 comes after 6, thus it has the numeric advantage. Plus, minus 6 from 9 and you get 3, which resembles a nicely shaped bottom. (Depending on font in use)

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