When she touched it, it throbbed - **** I could see it throb thorugh his pants - Amy just gasped again and looked up at him."What?" John asked her and just kinda laughed. Amy did NOT laugh. Instead, she softly asked "can i see it?" John stopped laughing, looked at her very seriously and told her to take it out. Amy never even hesitated - or looked back at me for an "OK" - just just obeyed him and began to open his jeans. I could see her nipples rock hard under her t-shirt and I could tell she was practically panting.She opened his jeans and his big thick black dick just fell out... and he had NOT been kidding. That cock was strong, thick, heavy and muscular. The head was a big purple mushroom that sat on top of the thickest shaft i'd ever seen. He was semi-hard and was HUGE compared to me. Amy just gasped and kept whispering "ohmygod.. ohmygod... ohmygod". When she wrapped her hand around it, her brow just knotted in disbelief and she almost laughed at how thick he was...
... (though she never once told him to stop).He asked her if she was on the pill and when she said she was on the patch, he told her that he was going to cum inside of her to mark her - which only made her cum again! when he finally came, he had Amy on her back, her legs shaking violently as they both came together - and true to his word, John dumped his seed deep up inside my girlfriend's pussy right in front of me. But **** - he didn't even lose his damn hard on! They ****ed for about another 40 minutes and he came twice more. Amy was a wreck by the time we all went to bed. Meanwhile I had been jerking off and had cum in the first in the first 5 minutes.I will never forget the look on her face - like she was afraid of him and in love with him all at once - the whole time they ****ed. She later told me that there were no words to describe it - it was incredible but even that didn't seem enough.
.. they ****ed again but when I wasn't around, Amy pretended she was out with friends or other stuff, I had to console her after he got bored with her, Amy never told me why she was upset but I knew. Amy and I dated for about another year before we finally broke up. I always wondered if she ended up with him or some other black guy with a big dick.But one thing I know for sure - she NEVER ****ed me like she did John and the things she said about John - the way she looked at him - and the way she was around him after that night (almost shy and meek) convinced me that a big dick makes a difference.Amy told me that she "HAD to respect him" even if she didn't like him... and that she almost felt like he "had a right to her". Do thats why is never marry a woman who's had big dicks or has slept around, a husband shouldn't have to compete with his wife's previous lovers or dread the day when she cheats with some well hung stud.
Have you considered writing bad romance novels?
Very intelligent post. I agree with most of your points except for your third paragraph. The lack of guilt isn't related to intelligence. It depends on how much empathy a individual has. Empathy is a requirement for love. Some individuals are incapable of loving others. This doesn't make them any less intelligent. I think you are correlating lack of intelligence with traits you dislike. That's not accurate and a bias on your end.
@GracefulCharm Maybe, but despite the TV tropes, typical narcissists, anti-socials, sociopaths and psychopaths have below average IQs. Criminal activity, especially violent crime and property crime, is linked to low IQ scores. Speaking in generalities, poor impulse control and lack of guilt is correlated with low IQ scores. Furthermore, people with low IQ's tend to favor social policies that are less empathetic, i. e. homophobic, racist, classist, etc. Empathy, especially empathy toward those outside of your immediate social group, is an evolutionarily novel trait. Additionally, as social creatures part of what makes us intelligent and capable is our ability to work collectively, recognize our own emotions and recognize, influence and relate to the emotions of others. This ability is measured by psychologists using the emotional quotient or EQ, also referred to as emotional intelligence. In the West, we tend to want to see people as individuals though, so we eschew this.
@GracefulCharm Some studies relating below average IQ with criminal activity:law.jrank.org/.../...ize-IQ-crime-correlation.htmlhttp://psycnet.apa.org/record/1981-21525-001http://psycnet.apa.org/record/1997-05214-008Now, admittedly, a good argument could be made that lower IQ people are more likely to get caught, and since the correlation isn't steep that could be a convincing argument as well.
There isn't recorded status of intelligence criminals. If you have been caught as a criminal, you obviously weren't intelligent enough to remain undetected. Your studies are skewered and only meant to fulfil a bias that you have. You want to believe the justice system is reliable and put your faith into it. It's not perfect, corruption is more than obvious in politics and high end business deals with bribery being a common occurrence.
@GracefulCharm I acknowledged that could be the case; however, I made several points regarding the link between intelligence and empathy and you only answered the one I myself provided an alternative explanation to, essentially parroting what I said. Now, you're getting off topic, speaking about the criminal justice system. However, like I said, people with Cluster B traits like narcissism and anti-social personality disorder (including sociopaths and psychopaths) also generally have lower intelligence. Also people with low IQ scores tend to favor social policies that persecute or disenfranchise groups they aren't part of.But how about this, instead of saying why my points and studies are just indicative of my bias, why don't you find some information that actually supports what you are saying? Because right now I'm providing you with examples and information that supports what I'm saying, and as far as I know you're just giving me your best guess.
Some things won't have satistics. You can't measure the amount of intelligent criminals and unintelligent criminals because the intelligent criminals haven't been caught or discovered. That's my point about some studies you provided. The assumption that all criminals have low iq because a study proves it is wrong and I provided a obvious fact. I don't need to prove a study to support my statment. I just need logic and intelligence.
@GracefulCharm Dude, I said the same thing lol look under the links I provided. You're just repeating. That's one possible explanation, but it's just a possibility, and furthermore I made several other points, none of which you attempted to answer. If you have no information that contradicts the points I made, then I guess we're kind of at a stalemate.
My posts was not to win. Just to inform you that the use of your studies to formulate the belief of psychopaths being unintelligent is flawed because that study does not have the ability to analyze the is of intelligent criminals who have never been caught.
@GracefulCharm False, because when you first responded to my thread, I hadn't made that link (which I'm still not convinced is totally invalid). And I was informing you that my theory that low IQ/EQ and empathy being related was based on more than a "bias on my end". I remain unconvinced of your theory that they are unrelated, since you have failed to produce anything more than your word.
What i wrote was to point out a error in your theory which you used a study that was flawed to prove your theory. We can agree to disagree. I personally don't believe intelligence has any relation to psychopathic disorders or personalities. I've met intelligent empathetic caring individuals and intelligent psychopaths. Intelligence can be a difficult thing to measure but the one thing that you cannot deny is results. You can find successful individuals with both personality types.
So why dont you list what you dont like? XD
Personality always is the big determining factor for me over looks. If a guy is obnoxious, or snobby, self absorbed, easily lead or misleading, manipulative, dishonest, judgmental, or has low-self esteem, he doesn’t stand a chance. Guys who have an old fashioned gentleman quality about them, win me over every time compared to someone with just great looks or who has any of the traits above. Hope that helps! :)
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So its EMPATHY for you.. Right? What about taking control of situations and Problem solving in your case?
What do you mean? I don't like anyone taking control of my situation. If they help me solve problems that's nice, but I don't like it when they tell me what to do about a certain situation.
I dont mean anything... im asking a question here providing a situation..
And secondly taking contol of situation here mean... if they like to handle difficult situations and are good at comforting others by solving their problems by taking issues in their own hands
Also a guy that is kind to other around him, positive, and fun to be around
Can you lost some other qualities?
Honest loyal have their own opinion in tel
Ha ha inteligent
What about theseIntegrityEmpathyCaringLovingBoldnessDesciplinedWell groomed?
All of them lol
Hehehe... wow... now im reading girls minds...
Then you should be the perfect boyfriend lol
Should be?My ex just broke up with me for being a nerd and a book worm
Best part... she hated me when I knew her next move
What a ridiculous reason to break up with Someone. I would prefer a nerdy bookwork it kinda shows intellect lol
Thats what I used to think of
She was obviously not the right one
What about if a guy has trouble understanding a girl'sbehavior.. still struggles to make her happy and comfurt her... comment please
I would try to explain my behavior to the best of my ability
Only you replied in genuine.
Lol well the other stuff is obviously important, but if i dont know the dude i obvioulsy go for what attracts me first to meet him
Funny, intelligent, easy going.
What about sophisticated... unpridictible... spontaneous... and courageous?
Those are great, but wouldn't put them at the top of my list. Varies from person to person.
Can you list some other qualities?
Sure... Humble, straightforward, kind, thoughtful, understanding, and loyal
It is the second most imprtant thing though.