How the Medulla detaches from the spine, or I Am That I Am. Part 1

How the Medulla detaches from the spine, or I Am That I Am. Part 1

Post by Keith Hopkin » Fri, 02 Jun 2006 22:58:29



Quote:
> My problem is I rarely sleep well outside of home. Add in a half ***
> man, and two pillows that just don't feel like Tempurpedic to me, and
> you've got a recipe for insomnia. Even though I was mildly jetlagged,
> I was still dog tired, but the former combinations, and a salty/humid
> room weren't helping. The final straw is that I typically sleep
> ***, but Santi was having NONE of that, so.... On went the underwear.

> Little did he know that after he fell asleep, the BVDs came off.

Oh my!  This is like one of those fiction stories in the gay *** mags.

--
Keith Hopkins

[clear up the hissing to email]
"What Would Julie Andrews Do?"

 
 
 

How the Medulla detaches from the spine, or I Am That I Am. Part 1

Post by Nasa » Sat, 03 Jun 2006 01:07:16

Quote:



> > My problem is I rarely sleep well outside of home. Add in a half ***
> > man, and two pillows that just don't feel like Tempurpedic to me, and
> > you've got a recipe for insomnia. Even though I was mildly jetlagged,
> > I was still dog tired, but the former combinations, and a salty/humid
> > room weren't helping. The final straw is that I typically sleep
> > ***, but Santi was having NONE of that, so.... On went the underwear.

> > Little did he know that after he fell asleep, the BVDs came off.

> Oh my!  This is like one of those fiction stories in the gay *** mags.

> --
> Keith Hopkins

> [clear up the hissing to email]
> "What Would Julie Andrews Do?"

My very own Forum, as it were.

 
 
 

How the Medulla detaches from the spine, or I Am That I Am. Part 1

Post by Paul Drabe » Sat, 03 Jun 2006 09:57:05


Quote:
> We decided it was too late
>to go back, and ask for another room, so we dug in our heels, painted a
>white stripe down the center of the bed, and tried to sneak off to
>sleep.

>My problem is I rarely sleep well outside of home. Add in a half ***
>man, and two pillows that just don't feel like Tempurpedic to me, and
>you've got a recipe for insomnia. Even though I was mildly jetlagged,
>I was still dog tired, but the former combinations, and a salty/humid
>room weren't helping. The final straw is that I typically sleep
>***, but Santi was having NONE of that, so.... On went the underwear.

>Little did he know that after he fell asleep, the BVDs came off.

"Those aren't pillows!!!!!"

Have Fun

Paul

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How the Medulla detaches from the spine, or I Am That I Am. Part 1

Post by Nasa » Sat, 03 Jun 2006 11:35:34

Quote:


> > We decided it was too late
> >to go back, and ask for another room, so we dug in our heels, painted a
> >white stripe down the center of the bed, and tried to sneak off to
> >sleep.

> >My problem is I rarely sleep well outside of home. Add in a half ***
> >man, and two pillows that just don't feel like Tempurpedic to me, and
> >you've got a recipe for insomnia. Even though I was mildly jetlagged,
> >I was still dog tired, but the former combinations, and a salty/humid
> >room weren't helping. The final straw is that I typically sleep
> >***, but Santi was having NONE of that, so.... On went the underwear.

> >Little did he know that after he fell asleep, the BVDs came off.

> "Those aren't pillows!!!!!"

> Have Fun

> Paul

> Negative-g:  www.Negative-g.com
> The Negative-G Forums:  www.Negative-G.com/forum/
> Read My Blog "It's All Downhill From Here" at www.negative-g.com/downhill/

I was actually thinking of dropping that in Paul, but I thought it was
too obvious! ;)

Great to see you over the weekend.