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Color Coated 1mm Cable 18 Inch Necklace Navy Blue

  • Color Coated 1mm Cable 18 Inch Necklace Navy Blue
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Navy Blue Color Coated Cable 18 Inch Necklace. Color Coated 1mm Steel Cable 18" Choker Necklaces with screw clasp. This simple yet stylish necklace is perfect to display your favorite Pendants.
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      With Carolyn's permission, I am pansisg along a fun and frisky game that my husband, Scott, (a nuclear engineer, of all things) came up with when we were rutting around wallowing in the dirt alone at one point in our 25+ years of marriage. It was do or die and he did! This can SO be used along with the Forty Beads Method just to toss things up a notch once in awhile.The Carnal Coin Toss:Materials: 2 coins of the same value; 1 apiece (one each can be kept in the Bead bag and the Beadcatcher along with the Forty Beads)Game: When one partner NEEDS IT NOW, he or she takes his or her coin (we use dimes pennies cheapen the ritual, quarters whore it, and nickels are just nickels) to the other partner and silently hands it to him or her. This, of course, must be done in person but at home, at a restauarant at the end of a meal, just after the mother of all fights. You get the picture.Whoever receives the coin chooses (and calls aloud) heads or tails, then flips it. So, if the wife hands the husband (no bias wife / husband and he / she are used just to avoid confusion this can be used in any romantic partnership) her coin and he calls heads and it tosses a head, he wins. If not (and a tail comes up) she wins. The winner chooses the activity he/she most wishes the partner to provide (could be as simple as a back or foot rub, bathing together or a carnal deed or deeds) and tells him or her. Then, they do it. No questions asked. No negotiation.Caveats: As with Beading, all the same rules apply related to requesting/providing the goods with graciousness, unselfishness, timeliness, and LOVE. Nothing illegal or immoral is allowed. Also, nothing previously untried or potentially repugnant. Needs It Now means, like, after IMMEDIATELY discontinuing whatever each person has been doing and, maybe, after taking quick (separate) showers since cleanliness IS next to godliness. Timetable: within half an hour of toss.If the winner so chooses, he/she can toss back the coin meaning that he or she relinquishes the toss to his/her partner (the one who had initiated the game) and that person wins and chooses his/her desire regardless of the previous coin toss outcome. This is WAY LOVE at our house.Repeat as often as necessary or desired.jo in knoxville, TNalso posted on carnalcointoss.blogspot.com http://vqwchvizgom.com [url=http://vzuqrie.com]vzuqrie[/url] [link=http://iauuykglxr.com]iauuykglxr[/link]


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