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Posted 1/11/09

Jei_Ken wrote:


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Jei_Ken wrote:


SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Jei_Ken wrote:


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Yes I clean my underwear in the shower because I don't like mixing my underwear with the rest of my laundry, it feels unhygenic .... eto....

Wtf?


Well like underwear is something that covers up that part of your body. And the whole family uses one washing machine. And I have men and women in my family, and you have underwear muck wiping on the rest of your clothes and on each other's underwear! (▼ ▼メ)

That's why you wipe.
Fucking shit stainer.


It's not shit, it's the fact that this thing has been where shit's come out.
Also where some other stuff come out of.
Esp for women, it's good practice, clean your own underwear!! ( ̄  ̄|||)
(I just do mine in the shower, what's the big deal??)

How did you clean it?


Uuuh, with laundry soap and ... scrub... =_=

Ever tried using your tongue?


Just cos it works for you doesn't mean it will work for everyone.

Nah, you must be mistaken.
I use a washing machine.
But I gotta admit.
This tongue washing is pretty handy.
You can clean your shit stains and satisfy your scat fetish at the same time.
*claps*
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Posted 1/11/09

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Do baths make your skin melt off?


No, but not everyone has a bath tub. :|
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Do baths make your skin melt off?


No, but not everyone has a bath tub. :|


Your bathroom seems to get worse with every post you make.
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Posted 1/11/09

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AHTL wrote:


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Do baths make your skin melt off?


No, but not everyone has a bath tub. :|


Your bathroom seems to get worse with every post you make.


I don't live at home, so you could say that.
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EBKemanon wrote:


AHTL wrote:


EBKemanon wrote:

Do baths make your skin melt off?


No, but not everyone has a bath tub. :|


Your bathroom seems to get worse with every post you make.


I don't live at home, so you could say that.


On campus?
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Yes I clean my underwear in the shower because I don't like mixing my underwear with the rest of my laundry, it feels unhygenic .... eto....

Wtf?


seriously ^
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Posted 1/11/09

Jei_Ken wrote:


SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Jei_Ken wrote:

Yes I clean my underwear in the shower because I don't like mixing my underwear with the rest of my laundry, it feels unhygenic .... eto....

Wtf?


Well like underwear is something that covers up that part of your body. And the whole family uses one washing machine. And I have men and women in my family, and you have underwear muck wiping on the rest of your clothes and on each other's underwear! (▼ ▼メ)


well thats a first.
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Posted 1/11/09

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I don't live at home, so you could say that.


On campus?


No, apartment in the city.
Posted 1/11/09

EBKemanon wrote:


AHTL wrote:


EBKemanon wrote:


AHTL wrote:


EBKemanon wrote:

Do baths make your skin melt off?


No, but not everyone has a bath tub. :|


Your bathroom seems to get worse with every post you make.


I don't live at home, so you could say that.


On campus?

In the mall.
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I don't live at home, so you could say that.


On campus?


No, apartment in the city.


Ah. I thought you meant you were away from a more standard residential dwelling.

Just close your eyes so you can't notice. It's how I deal with my acrophobia. I just entirely ignore that I'm no longer at ground level when I'm on a second story of a building and refuse to look out the window. I get by. You just have to not allow yourself to realize that you're around what you fear.
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Posted 1/11/09

EBKemanon wrote:


AHTL wrote:


EBKemanon wrote:


AHTL wrote:

I don't live at home, so you could say that.


On campus?


No, apartment in the city.


Ah. I thought you meant you were away from a more standard residential dwelling.

Just close your eyes so you can't notice. It's how I deal with my acrophobia. I just entirely ignore that I'm no longer at ground level when I'm on a second story of a building and refuse to look out the window. I get by. You just have to not allow yourself to realize that you're around what you fear.


A bit hard when the curtain starts sticking to your skin :|

So I constantly try to push it away.
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EBKemanon wrote:


AHTL wrote:


EBKemanon wrote:


AHTL wrote:

I don't live at home, so you could say that.


On campus?


No, apartment in the city.


Ah. I thought you meant you were away from a more standard residential dwelling.

Just close your eyes so you can't notice. It's how I deal with my acrophobia. I just entirely ignore that I'm no longer at ground level when I'm on a second story of a building and refuse to look out the window. I get by. You just have to not allow yourself to realize that you're around what you fear.


A bit hard when the curtain starts sticking to your skin :|

So I constantly try to push it away.


So did you specifically look for an apartment where the bathroom was designed to haunt you with no possible recourse?
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Posted 1/11/09

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So did you specifically look for an apartment where the bathroom was designed to haunt you with no possible recourse?


Haha, no silly :p

I specifically looked for an apartment I could afford, since most apartments in the city I live in have overpriced rents/prices.
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EBKemanon wrote:

So did you specifically look for an apartment where the bathroom was designed to haunt you with no possible recourse?


Haha, no silly :p

I specifically looked for an apartment I could afford, since most apartments in the city I live in have overpriced rents/prices.


And it never struck you that there were other cities that might have been more affordable?
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Posted 1/11/09

EBKemanon wrote:


AHTL wrote:


EBKemanon wrote:

So did you specifically look for an apartment where the bathroom was designed to haunt you with no possible recourse?


Haha, no silly :p

I specifically looked for an apartment I could afford, since most apartments in the city I live in have overpriced rents/prices.


And it never struck you that there were other cities that might have been more affordable?


I saw no reason to away from my home town, not yet at least.
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