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If you don't mind me asking, where are you located (i.e. where do you live)? Because I've been reading a lot of your generalizations about men and they just don't add up to me, nor the men I was raised around.
I'm 25 (maybe you're thinking younger...) and I don't have that mindset. I'm starting to believe that the men in yoru area stood a bit too close to the power lines as children...
Anyway, for entertainment purposes... I ran across this website a while back. Apparently there are "4" different social classes for "hot little college girls" that poop in public.
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