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Old 06-23-2013, 07:57 AM
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Okay, several guys have said that in this thread and I think that notion is utterly ridiculous. Dudes, we can all see how big your shlong is whether there is hair there or not! Duh.
Oh good i'm here. Better late than never.

Nycindie, if there is a lot of hair on a guy's dick and balls, shaving CAN make it LOOK bigger when it's hard. It's purely aesthetic. It won't make the dick FEEL bigger INSIDE you, but it looks nice and smooth while it's sliding in and out.
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Old 06-23-2013, 09:14 AM
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Default While I take the books written by Paul

with a grain of salt, I am what most people would call a literalist, as in I take the words of scriptures literally, at least the words where I am confident I can decipher the true meaning. So generally speaking, at least in the context of orgees, I follow the guidelines outlined in 1st Corinthians chapter Eleven
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Old 06-23-2013, 01:00 PM
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with a grain of salt, I am what most people would call a literalist, as in I take the words of scriptures literally, at least the words where I am confident I can decipher the true meaning. So generally speaking, at least in the context of orgees, I follow the guidelines outlined in 1st Corinthians chapter Eleven
Huh? http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...11&version=NIV

There is word from Paul there about how it's proper for men to have short hair and women to have long hair. No mention of orgees (sic).
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Old 06-23-2013, 08:55 PM
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But I do think the author of that chapter was intentionally subverting an alternate meaning. I don't take any of Paul's words seriously. Not only is that chapter completely misogynistic, it was pretty sly in his reasoning. If he was't alluding to pubic hair, why is it the long hair can serve as a covering on women but not men? long pubic hair cannot hide an erect penis, so a man can't cover his private parts, but a female with long pubic does provide for a covering
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Old 06-24-2013, 04:41 AM
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You realise that the majority of religions have women cover their hair to retain modesty. That's what that is about. The fact that women should have long hair and only let their husbands see it. This says they should do it only when praying, and that's why many orthodox Christians cover their hair when going to church. Jewish women, Hasidic Jews anyway, do it all the time as do Muslims.

On pubic hair, for me, it's a hygiene thing. I'm quite hairy, generally, and girls are juicy and stuff so it just seems cleaner to remove body hair. I like men to be a bit too hairy, but I like neat or shaven pubes.
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Old 06-24-2013, 05:42 AM
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Default If it weren't ol' Paulie of Tarsus

Then maybe one of King James translators or some scribe who'd had enough of the editor in chief's doing unintentionally as to what Bart Simpson did intentionally when the waiter comes around with fresh ground pepper, a little more-a little more-a little more-a little more-just a tiny bit more, then too much! take it away!

I know many religions cover their head, and whether it was Paul (who right up until JC died, was paid to mitigate all the damage JC was doing fillin people's head with crazy nonsense according to the current ruling class, then suddenly did an about face as he was crucified and suddenly writes over half of the new testament? Sounds like he was still receiving full salary to me) but I will admit I don't know anybody that shares my views. I don't agree that women should wear their pubic hair long, and whoever the authors were (I suspect several of the day's equivalent to top editors of the AP who were loyal to pharisees and current govt.) but other than the subtle jabs at women, which still goes on today, people gathering for a smorgasbord of food they don't otherwise get at home, combined with only mentioned how hair length, due to hair being used as a covering, but not mention at all of an article of clothing, but hair, and how it's pointless for men because their hair can't cover him when he is in the middle of propheseying mentality, and right before that explain why one can be covered and the other cannot when he is talking about one being of the other, and at the the head of this one is that one type talk sounds an awful like the stuff the guy at Home Depot started saying in attempt to explain why the two halves of the one connector were referred to as "male" and "female" ends and I just sat there scratching my head looking puzzled unto girlfriend smacked me for putting the guy through having to explain it.

Maybe I really am just crazy, but I believe what I believe, and I know nobody sees it as I do.

But regardless, I say clean being number one priority, and then shorn to a quarter inch or shaven as Paul put it (although I am not sure how many people back then wore the hair do like Telly Savalas)

I was only joking about preferring the seventies and eighties fad on longer hairdo's, but I was being totally serious about some scribe or Paul being able to sneak one past the sensors, and you can't argue with success, if he got a shot past the whatever goalie enforced no explicit mentions of sex , more power to him
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This thread has been fun and informative. I am glad I started it. Please don't ruin it. Thank you.
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@Dirtclustitt you just explain briefly, why you think that passage is talking about pubic hair? I don't understand. It's talking about the hair on one's head.

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Old 06-29-2013, 03:17 PM
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Yes, dirclustit. Explain it briefly. You can do it, i know you can.


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This thread has been fun and informative. I am glad I started it. Please don't ruin it. Thank you.
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@Dirtclustitt you just explain briefly, why you think that passage is talking about pubic hair? I don't understand. It's talking about the hair on one's head.
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Yes, dirclustit. Explain it briefly. You can do it, i know you can.
No, no, no. I think Cindie would prefer to leave the half baked religious theories about hair out of this thread, and so would I! Sheesh. Maybe start another thread if it mean that much to you 3.
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