What a feeling; I felt like I belonged in that dress and I was hooked. I told no one about my little hobby, because I knew deep down inside people would not understand. Years later when I got married it was hard to keep my secret, as I kept seeing all of those cute outfits my wife wore, with all of the sexy undies and night gowns. So after 4 years of marriage and after our first child, I finally gave in and told my wife Judy about my dressing. I was surprise she took is so well and was okay with it.
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This ad for Jamocha's restaurant pulls a hilarious bait-and-switch. A campaign against secondhand smoke used the phrase "passing gas" instead of smoking in reference to the gases expelled from smoking cigarettes. The ads usually involved one character mentioning he or she needed to pass gas and the others would tell them to go to another room or do it outside as a narrator explained the dangers of "passing gas" in the presence of others. The "Bleachable Moments" ad campaign for Clorox had a few instances of this. In one ad, a little boy proudly informs his mother that he used the potty. The mother goes to the bathroom, looks at the training toilet, and with a confused expression says, "Where is it? One ad that tells people to get checked for kidney disease features a song called "Everybody Pees", which is about people peeing in all sorts of crazy ways and stating that everybody pees.
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At night, I'm in my bedroom, jerking it to diaper porn in a pair of drynites. When I finish, teacher yells my name and I realize I'm in the computer lab and everybody saw me. Teacher drags me to special needs class and tells me to wait there until lunch break. I have to wait around, stuck hanging out with a bunch of retards. Lunch break comes, retards leave, teacher comes back with girl I have a crush on.
July 25, Comments I first encountered this closet phenomenon of parenting and pet annoyance when I was 23 and had just started dating my now husband. We were invited to dinner by a couple we didn't know well. They were older like, 30 or even 31 which sounds horribly old when you are 23 and they had a baby who was spending the night at Grandma's. I was enchanted with their friendly orange cat. Our hosts, however, were not thrilled with him.