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Strokin' Answers

Let me ask you somethin'...
What time of the day do you like to make love?
I really enjoy starting the lovemaking (and I mean the actual moment of penetration) at 2:27 PM. For one thing, there is a good chance that I will be sober then, which improves sensitivity. But mostly, I have an attachment to 2:27 because that was the moment of my birth. I'm kind of a closure junkie.

Have you ever made love just before breakfast?
I usually skip breakfast. Plus, I, like many American office workers (according to their mugs), simply don't function well before my morning cup of coffee.

Have you ever made love while you watched the late, late show?
Does Cinemax count? Does masturbation count?

Well, let me ask you this
Have you ever made love on a couch?
Plenty. A better question would be, have I ever made love on your couch? The answer would be, maybe.

Well, let me ask you this
Have you ever made love on the back seat of a car?
Plenty. Front seats too. And hoods.

I remember one time I made love on the back seat of a car
And the police came and shined his light on me, and I said:

I'm strokin', that's what I'm doin', I be strokin'
I stroke it to the east
And I stroke it to the west
And I stroke it to the woman that I love the best
I be strokin'

I don't know what direction in which I stroke. It seems to be one of those times in which one loses their sense of direction, like when you are walking through the subway. That said, I probably stroke to the north or south, as I don't remember ever stroking with the sunlight directly in my eyes. Wouldn't it be something to find out that you had been stroking in the same direction, unconsciously, your whole life? Think about it.

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