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We've purchased several male chastity devices, but I can pretty easily get my cock out of them.My partner did some investigating and learned that the only effective devices work with a Prince Albert piercing—a ring through the head of the penis that locks into the device, preventing the sub from pulling his cock out. I don't want to get my cock pierced and I've said so, but I haven't safe-worded on it. My partner made an appointment for a piercing three months from now, on our second anniversary.Or a mobster named Bruno showing up in a Batman (who is known as "Bruno Díaz" instead of "Bruce Wayne") comic.The antithesis is Planet of Steves, wherein is Steve.Two other books are authored by him: Do-It-Yourself Piston Polishing for Non-Mechanics, and Rarely Pure and Never Simple: Selected Essays of Scott O’Hara – and wasn’t he behind the publication STEAM A Quarterly Journal for Men? Packing Co.; Black Magic, White Heat; Stud Search; Uncut Fever 1 & 2 and of course, one of my all time favorites, Gayracula.who you may remember from such films as Modern Men, Modern Toys; Outpost; Dock 9; Private Pool Party; Max Makes It Big! Some have questioned if the actor/model “Max Cooper” in the film is actually Max Montoya – see below in the video clip (sorry, he’s only in the first few seconds, laying down) and a pic from a magazine called Night Lust.Also contrast Name's the Same, where multiple series share one or more characters with the same name.See also We Named the Monkey "Jack" and Dead Guy Junior, for other ways characters can share names. Good gods, man, that's eleven so far who Must Not Be Named.
I'm not submissive around the clock, but my partner owns my cock.
The rationale behind this is so obvious it almost doesn't need explanation: Both the audience and the writer will get confused by multiple characters with the same name: "Wait, was it good-guy Steve or bad-guy Steve who launched the missile?
" A strong dramatic reason to duplicate names can override the rule, as, for example, in the Jack Nicholson movie , but it's so rarely done that audiences will pick up on it almost instantly.
If there's a Laura in the story, there will not be a Lyra; if there's an Ed, there will not be a Ted.
If you wake up one morning and suddenly discover that you don't know any two people with the same first name and that your phone number begins with 555, you can safely assume you've fallen into a work of fiction.