Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Merlotte's, Jan 11, 2020.
Which fingers? When? Why? And how often?
Anyone who says no is a liar.
I am a scratch and sniffer
When I been with your sister
Very thought provoking thread, no sarcasm. Im not sure on all the specifics you listed. Its probably most common and absent mindedly done after processing cannanananabis.
You’re getting sloppy second bro
I knew you guys were close.. But not that close.
When I touch a certain copper item, it smells like copper. I thought copper and silver were supposed to be naturally antimicrobial whatevers.
When I serve myself plain Greek yogurt, sometimes my fingers smell like burnt roaches without having touched the yogurt.
When I was fixing something with no regard for how much WD-40 got on my fingers, they stunk for at least several hours after washing vigorously with soap. Didn't dare eat with bare hands for a while.
1980-ish. 12 year old me with two of my 12 year old friends, downstairs in kitchen after first fingering experience with 3 similarly aged girls in upstairs bedroom. Girls came downstairs just in time to see us all sniffing each other's fingers and comparing whose girl was fishiest. Yes, pathetic. Good times though.
Always man. I put my fingers in whatever they come across. Jon Jones style. Then wipe my beard and enjoy smells until the next shower
Kind of close I guess. She’s not full blood.
To quote one @Jack Handy jr
Now there's something I would never touch or smell my fingers after touching... I mean Jack.
Thats just unsanitary . Pretty sure you get sick by just shaking his hand
Yes, but only after sticking them up my butt.
I found @Jack Reacheround:
Before I go down on a girl I make sure to finger her. then I start kissing her boobs. when I am holding said boobs, I smell my fingers that were just inserted. This let's me know if I will be going down on her or not. much better this way then going down and realizing the mistake you made
Only after stimulating my anus in circular motions with them
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