Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.
I always turned my nose up at lobster but several times in the past 6 months or so I've had lobster dishes that were so fucking delicious that my opinion has largely come around. I had a lobster roll about 2 months ago and it was so bangin I ordered another one somewhere else... only to be sorely disappointed, of course, but I'm itching to go back to that first place and have it again.
Is it really that common to get circumsized in the US? I don't think that I know anyone irl who is missing a bit.
Hmmm...I was thinking, and I realized it has been quite some time since I've been to Virginia Beach, much longer than I thought when I first posted about it. I wonder if it has changed for the worse since I was there last.
I have been meaning to try a lobster roll. I was on Martha's Vineyard a few years back, and there were a few places that were supposed to have good ones. I never hit one up, but now I wish I had. I'm pretty certain I'm never going to find a decent one in any of the places I usually haunt.
Well now that I know you're a big fan, if I do ever make it up that way, I expect you to take me out to the best blue crab dinner in town!
MrsG and I looked into this a lot before LowerCaseG was born. It was very, very common in my generation, certainly a large majority. For kids born more recently, however, my understanding is that it has become considerably less common, but still in the majority.
i believe it is very common actually.
obvi, you will have to come to the MD side on your next visit then.
I believe circumcision is still pretty common, but less so than it was when I was born.
98% of the American dicks that I have seen are circumsized. The other 2% had foreign-born parents.
do you watch a lot of porn or go to a lot of bath houses?
I watch porn in bath houses.
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If I scroll all the way left am I supposed to se Liam O's penis?
they left it out. Couldn't find a pixel small enough for the irish inch.
is it really true that teh irish sport the teeny weenie?
That's what we tell people. But there might be a reason half this country is half irish
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