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Never tried it, don't intend to as I don't imagine it would float my boat, but I have no doubt there are people who enjoy it.
 

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Zovirax on the eye ball will help... :?
 

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My wife once had her photo taken with some Egyptian army dude and after the photo was taken he said "I want to kiss your eyes" as only an Egyptian can say......mabe it's the same sort of fetish.
 

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patwah said:
keza said:
The whole story makes more sense if you remove the word 'eye'. Did you add it in ?
I swapped eye in for Anoos
You mean you took out Brown ?
 

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sbd said:
Its quite preventable, just use that bitter stuff for nail biting as eye drops. One lick, they won't come back.
ban suck, that stuff was called, dont know if they still make it.

have dated an eyeball licker (disgusting)

also a chick who though sitting on your back and trying to pop non existant zits was really wonderful after - play. freaks.

paddy, heres an even weirder one.
rang the cops when the prostitute was ugly to complain about "breach of contract" :)

EMERGENCY, She's Ugly !!!
Yesterday at 9:42am A disgruntled customer called police to complain that a prostitute was not as pretty as she claimed when they met in a car park in the dark.

The caller, who has been warned for wasting police time, contacted emergency services saying she had breached the Sale of Goods Act, reported the Telegraph.

Under this law, the purchase needed to be of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose.

A police spokesman said the man called on a Tuesday, about 7.30pm, saying she had made out she was better looking than she really was.

"When he raised this issue with the woman concerned, she allegedly took his car keys, ran away from the car and threw them back at him, prompting him to call police," the spokesman told the Telegraph.

"An officer in the Solihull contact centre advised the caller that no offences had been committed by the woman and that soliciting for sex was in fact illegal."

"Despite the man refusing to give his details, police have been able to identify him and have sent him a letter warning him about his actions."

The spokesman said wasting police time carries a maximum sentence of six months imprisonment.
 
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