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Old 06-06-2008, 05:27 PM   #1
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The Real "Perfect Woman"

After a long day of work, physical therapy and traffic, I come home to this:


If that isn't the perfect woman, I don't know what is. Gotta break those new leathers in before Sunday.
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Old 06-06-2008, 05:30 PM   #2
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lol that is awesome lol
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Not so much cooking but she lets me go out to eat.

I do most of the cooking around here.
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Old 06-06-2008, 05:59 PM   #5
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Not so much cooking but she lets me go out to eat.

I do most of the cooking around here.
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Oh and BTW, I was not only Sharking the floors, but I Swiffered them too!! Yesterday I vacuumed wearing the leathers
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you don't need to lose any weight, but I bet you could doing the housework in full leathers LOL. They look great BTW.
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i dont see you holding a sammich
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lol that is awesome lol
next time your a$$ comes to the atascocita area let me know. i'll ride with ya. i saw you the other day
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I usually prefer my women to do house work in lingere or buckedneked, but DAM
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I have a maid from "Nekkid Wimmins Cleaning Service" come in twice a month to do the heavy duty cleaning.
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I have a maid from "Nekkid Wimmins Cleaning Service" come in twice a month to do the heavy duty cleaning.
The buffin and polishin, the heavy duty stuff, hum, how U get her to agree to dat?
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Run around the block a couple of times at about 3pm when the sun is the hottest, that'll break em in.
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Oh noes!!! I'm melllllllllllllltiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing
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lol....yup that should do it.
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That's what I told her. Get out and run around the block a few times. Work up a good sweat and then go ride the bike. Voila!

The only problem with this method is that my floors don't get cleaned...
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Yeah, I saw you at Deerbrook mall about the 30th of May or so.


SassyChassis, you gotta break them leathers in somehow.
I used to wear mine doing laundry and vacuuming , cooking, working out, etc,etc. lol

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That's what I told her. Get out and run around the block a few times. Work up a good sweat and then go ride the bike. Voila!

The only problem with this method is that my floors don't get cleaned...
Riiigghht! She'll come home and pass out and that will be the end of her day.
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