Here is a good article regarding sexting. personally, we ;like getting pics of sexy half naked or full on butt naked chicks.. but times have been changing and not sure if sexting is still a “thing”. With all the various methods of getting sexy pics, porn sites, vine, snapchat, twitter, tumblr & even instagram! why bother sexting?
people say it never rain in southern California, today it did! and then some! it was the perfect weather for some hanging on the couch & sleeping in type of weather. or if you lucky bastards could muster it..it was find yourself a hot babe or milf & just fuck ! type of weather!
And for babe we mean the hot sexy brazilian Adriana Sephora! and shes flexible too! suck them Brasil toes baby!
now that Monday is outta the way..lets look at Tuesday, or titty tuesday as its known. First thing that comes to mind is Miley Cyrus & her crazy ass self! gotta love her for just being out there! Check out this pic of her..showing full titty & bush! love it! The only thing she needs is a big fat ass!
Miley Cyrus performs a move known as “twerking” at the MTV Video Music Awards at the Barclays Center in New York.
LONDON (AP) — Twerking may be older than you think.The provocative dance that gained global fame thanks to an attention-grabbing performance by Miley Cyrus has been admitted to the venerable Oxford English Dictionary — and lexicographers say its origins go back almost 200 years.The dictionary now describes twerking as dancing “in a sexually provocative manner, using thrusting movements of the bottom and hips while in a low, squatting stance.”It had previously listed the word, but then to refer to a twisting or jerking movement or twitch. Researchers found it used as a noun with that meaning in 1820, spelt “twirk.” It became a verb by 1848, and the “twerk” spelling was popularly used by 1901.Senior editor Fiona McPherson called revelations about the word’s roots “quite spectacular.”She said the word as a description of a dance has its roots in the 1990s New Orleans music scene.Other new entries, announced Thursday, include social-media term “twitterati” and smokers’ helper “e-cigarette.”The OED charts the historical development of the English language and has stricter admission criteria than other Oxford dictionaries. New entries must have been in use in both news stories and fiction for at least 10 years