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January 30, 2014


Science Confirms the Existence and Purpose of Rebound Sex

(Thanks to Mag Last)


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That's ... um ... not what I heard in "Relationships 305" class in college ... yeah, I heard that differently in college ...

Is there also jump shot sex and rim shot sex ? Enquiring minds want to know.

Don't fergit Free-shot sex, Clank' ...

Actually, slap shot sex is the worst.

rebound sex: when the ball is in your court

Infield fly rule. Best. Ever.

Best I could ever manage was a slow dribble to the outfield.

Maybe you need to work on your bat speed.

I don't enjoy the bitching and whining about the ex that comes with rebound sex. Forget the trash talk and concentrate on the score.

Slam dunk could probably be a real sex term.

Ralph - try focusing on the positive things in your life and you'll find yourself bitching and whining less.

Hey, Bitching and Whining is not a bad agency. They're handling my comeback tour.

Annie--I got your "infield fly" right here... ;)

My last breakup was nearly 50 years ago. I was so angry I had to see a therapist.
"Rebound sex" didn't help nearly as much as the therapist speaking up one day. She said, "You ought to thank God you're rid of the b!tch."
And the truth shall set you free.

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