Last thread filled up fast. How about something a little hotter and less iften seen?
getting tired, motivate me, how would you fuck her ?
I think this chick counts.
I'll keep posting if you guys are interested. I don't find her super hot, but she was fun, so I took all I could get from her in regard to pictures. We live across the country from each other, otherwise I probably would have fucked her.
I'd shame her and make her strip in front of me and rub her stomach while I get hard. Then put my cock in her from behind so I can rub her thighs and spank her and while I Fuck her thick pussy
don't hesitate if you wanna tribute bro
Ever notice how peer groups usually consist of people of the same attractiveness level?
And it goes further than that to where people who are in a group of friends are not only of the same attractiveness level but go so far as to look alike
This should surprise no one as nature seeks to subdivide species ad infinitum to occupy available niches; however the opposite view is pushed as truth when it is not observed anywhere in the natural world...
Why are we constantly fed lies?
Wrong, its the "Cheerleader effect". Your brain is taking an average of attractiveness and applying it to everyone in the group.
> nature seeks to subdivide species ad infinitum to occupy available niches
You know nothing about biology. Stop trying to make things you don't understand fit into your stormfaggyness.
FUCK OFF CHRIS YOU FAGGOT NO ONE WANTS TO SEE YOUR SHITTY SETS
Look at sparrows and hummingbirds and the near countless subspecies found in those two species alone, that's not even talking about the millions of other animal species out there
FUCK, Anon...that's hot as fuck. Any more?
If you can interbreed then you're the same species. Sure, if people were to stratify along the lines of 'attractiveness' then eventually, we might differentiate into different species, but we're not at the moment. Besides, you're not exactly taking into account that scientific evidence (objective studies and observations on a large scale and long timescale) is not the same as anecdotal evidence (personal observations that are subject to huge bias).