How does it feel to have sex?
Experienced people how does it feel to have your lid blown off? Also, how does masturbation compare to the real thing?
Answer by Pyschac
It was good, it was amazing and I do it all the time.
Just kidding, I am a virgin.
Answer by Iztaccihuatl
Ew idk but u will find out once ur married 😉
Answer by ↑May Not Exist Or *gulp* Is Suspended
It’s really hard to describe but I’ve thought about this long and hard (no puns intended to all the dirty minded people out there) and I have to say the best way to describe the feeling would be to imagine that your mouth is a vagina… Like you have an actual vagina for a mouth. And then you eat a cucumber. Ok.
Oh and in this case masturbation would be like sucking your thumb.. Ehhh. Can’t you just picture the difference between the two?
SO♉- Thank you, I could say the same about you too though!^_^ We should co-write an erotic novel together starring vagina mouths.:p And the food theme will make it very taurus-like, so that’s a bonus.:p In fact, our target audience could be tauruses and cancers.XD We could use the horoscopes section for advertising.
See I have it all figured out.:p
SO♉- LMAO it actually would be fun to write up a question about that and post it in the horoscopes section.XD I bet we’d be instantly suspended though.O.o
And lolll did you see my answer to that cancer user’s (username: Thank You) question?:p
SO♉- Bahaha, he probably thinks I’m crazy right now.O.o I can’t believe he’s actually going along with it..
LMAO sorry asker, for posting so much irrelevant stuff on your question. If it makes you feel better we’ll make you the main character in the novel.;p
Answer by Same ol’ ♉
God May Not, you have the greatest imagination ever.
@May Not Thanks =D If you’re serious about that idea you had I will seriously take time out of my day to do that xD
Yeah we would most definitely get suspended. Yeah I read it. XD
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Can someone explain the rules of Jehovas Witnesses for me?
Someone was on about it today and I didn’t really understand? So help please.
P.S I wasn’t going to convert or anything, just wondering 😀
Answer by ⌡Mac⌠
The first rule of Jehovah’s Witnesses is there is no Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Answer by Smiling JW
Rules you mean our Christians faith then visit our website http://www.watchtower.org
Unsilenced Liones, I wouldn’t want to hurt you and I am not a person that covers things up. I come from a very happy congregation I enjoy my brothers and sisters and their association.
A lot of the lists made about us are untrue or bizarre. Such as men cannot have beards, untrue. We cannot sell cigarettes [roll eyes] good I should think not!
Answer by David H
1. Deny the deity of Christ.
2. Attempt to get saved by your works.
3. Wind up in Hell.
Answer by King Henry the 2nd
Jehovah’s Witnesses, also known as the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society (with headquarters in Brooklyn, New York), was officially founded in 1884 [as the Zion’s Watch Tower and Tract Society (originally the Zion’s Watch Tower in 1879), officially adopting the name of Jehovah’s Witnesses in 1931], by Charles Taze Russell (1852-1916). In 1870, Russell was exposed to the teachings of William Miller, one of the founders of the Second Adventist Movement and acquired an interest in end time prophecies. Russell originally denied the doctrine of Hell, and would go on to reject nearly every other Christian doctrine, as well as add many physically and spiritually dangerous doctrines of his own making. Many of these unique and bizarre teachings were to be found in his six volume series titled.
For the year 2000, the Watchtower Society claims a worldwide membership of over six million (about one million U.S.) in more than 91,000 congregations in 235 countries speaking 340 languages, and takes in approximately 300,000 new members each year (288,907 in 2000). According to JW statistics, yearly proselytizing is accomplished via 4.8 million home Bible studies and 1.2 billion hours of witnessing. The JWs field over 500,000 full and part-time missionaries. Instruction and training are provided for all JWs at five meetings a week, held primarily in “Kingdom Halls.” Every week, an average of 45 new JW congregations are formed. [In the year 2000 in the United States alone, it was reported that 988,000 Jehovah’s Witnesses spent more than 181 million hours in field service (i.e., door-to-door witnessing and Bible studies).
JW leadership claims its victims by asserting itself to be the sole Christian religion and authority on the earth today, as well as God’s mouthpiece or prophet. The Watchtower further disrupts families through its harsh and unbiblical interpretation of “disfellowshipping” and the practice of “shunning.” Family members who are former JWs are labeled by Watchtower adherents as “apostates” and prevented from even social contact. Disfellowshipped or disassociated children, parents, and grandparents are kept from any type of communication with active members of the organization. Divorces are common within the sect when one member becomes disillusioned with Watchtower teaching and mind-control.
Not only has the name of this cult been changed time and again, but they also change their doctrines regularly — between 1917 and 1928, they changed their doctrines 148 times! (Prior to 1931, Jehovah’s Witnesses had also gone by the names of Millennial Dawn, People’s Pulpit Association, The Brooklyn Tabernacle, and the International Bible Students Association.) Russell died in 1916 and was replaced by the second president, Joseph F. Rutherford. “A process of replacing Russell’s writings with Rutherford’s began in 1921 with the publication of Rutherford’s Harp of God. Between 1921 and 1941, Rutherford was to write twenty books and numerous pamphlets, which would slowly revise the doctrine and structure left him by Russell.
Answer by *Reo Report Monkey*
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