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- Sun, 01 Sep 2019 06:08:54 EST e6DdI0Tl No.101511
File: 1567332534417.jpg -(668436B / 652.77KB, 1080x1920) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Throwaway sock
We need a cheap one-time use 'sock', purely for sanitary purposes.
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Beatrice Blatherwill - Sun, 01 Sep 2019 22:02:09 EST NmfB5R9J No.101518 Reply
They're called tissue papers.
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Fucking Singerpug - Mon, 02 Sep 2019 02:38:52 EST F67lj/d7 No.101519 Reply
>>101511
I never got into the whole "cum sock" thing. I've always used toilet paper or paper towels. Usually I go with paper towels for durability and less chance that the cum is going to go through it causing a rip/hole in it.
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Hannah Dredgechet - Mon, 02 Sep 2019 21:37:10 EST /+CaG5Q6 No.101521 Reply
>>101519
Never got into cum socks either, but don´t quite like paper either.
Would feel weird about wasting a clean sock, and I wouldnt want to use a smelly sock on my dick either and get athletes footpenis.
Optimal is either a T-shirt thats up for washing since it´s clean-ish (at least it hasnt had smelly feet in it) and easier to get all the cum off your dick since you can get it all around your dick at once. Just as long you use the "inside" side of the shirt to not risk stains.
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Dextrolord - Wed, 04 Sep 2019 23:55:12 EST 4mv7wl+R No.101523 Reply
>>101511
Y'all need to try using some Kleenex, stack 2 on top of each other and wrap around ur cock before u climax. Very soft, more durable than tp and very absorbent
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Fanny Woshdock - Sat, 04 Apr 2020 04:42:27 EST N/mB+Nha No.102084 Reply
>>101511
i usually put 5 loads into my comforter and wash it once a week
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Martha Smallham - Sun, 05 Apr 2020 22:05:43 EST itmSGc+F No.102086 Reply
>>101523
i usually do this.

or alternatively use an old bath towel and wash it before you have company, it gets pretty nasty
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William Tillingham - Thu, 09 Apr 2020 02:00:39 EST gzISc1N1 No.102091 Reply
just eat it when you're done smh
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Ian Turveywell - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 17:45:39 EST aQ4+3wTu No.102102 Reply
I use terry towels that I buy and wash with plenty of fabric softener, use them 2-3 times and wash. Best way to go. Reusable is more environmentally friendly and feels way better than Kleenex.

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