I've been into wearing thongs for quiet a while. It first started at home when I lived at my parent's house. I've got a sister and two brothers; I'm in the middle. I started to go through my sister's dirty hamper and would like to smell them, and of course, try them on and take pictures for myself. This was about five years ago. Currently, I have a girlfriend that I'm now living with. Lately, I've been laid of work so I've got all this time to myself. I got curious about wearing all her sexy clothing, and I think she could not figure out why some of her panties began to disappear. Well, I told her maybe someone was going through our stuff in the laundry room. She agreed with me and let it drop until the other day. I was posing in front of the mirror at home wearing this black g-string and bra of hers. I'm not going to lie; the picture I took without showing my head looked pretty hot. I then was fooling around and accidently sent it to one of her coworkers with the extra phone she has.
— Rico, 28
Pretty in Pink
If the Pussycat Dolls hold an audition soon, this buxom redhead should show off her moves, and that figure!
You wouldn't know it by these sweet and innocent photos, but Lana is a professional wrestler, too! You can look, but don't touch, or she might put you in a headlock!
Myths Men and Women Believe About Each Other
Are men really from Mars and women from Venus? Or maybe this is just one of those flippant statements that has been bandied around so much, it's taken on a life of its own. There are a lot of things people tend to sigh out of frustration about the opposite sex that have taken on a mythical quality. Sweeping generalizations are nothing but harmful stereotypes that can affect your relationship, from the first moment you approach someone to your intimate time together as a couple. You don't want to use myths to blame or excuse behavior -- rather, look at the individual for whom he or she is and not as a cliché or hackneyed image. Here are the top five myths men and women tend to believe about each other:
Beware! A Little Getaway Can Become a Barrier Reef
When you're in a pretty fresh relationship, one person leaving town for a vacation can show you how strong or weak your ties are.