MyDirtyLilSlut

smartypantserotica:

Smarty Pants Erotica ~ Smart Smut


ifdaddypleases

smartypantserotica:

Smarty Pants Erotica ~ Smart Smut

ifdaddypleases

(via sweetsurrender6)

eris-of-chaos18:

Aggressive sex…fuck yes! 💋

eris-of-chaos18:

Aggressive sex…fuck yes! 💋

eris-of-chaos18:

And just to get this clear…this is how I love and always want it to be.  Got it??? Good boy. 💋

ifdaddypleases

eris-of-chaos18:

And just to get this clear…this is how I love and always want it to be. Got it??? Good boy. 💋

ifdaddypleases
h0dor-h0dor:

rosieandherramblings:

If a man plays with my hair like this I will suck his cock until I can’t breathe anymore

Sounds good to me

h0dor-h0dor:

rosieandherramblings:

If a man plays with my hair like this I will suck his cock until I can’t breathe anymore

Sounds good to me

(Source: anonymouslydominating, via simply-swallow-deactivated20141)

“That place, right there,
that… forever place, where
the day we just lived splits,
when today becomes tomorrow
and yesterday at the same time…

I want to kiss you there,
I want to kiss you there until
just like the done day,
you split down the middle
into memory and tomorrow.”
— Peregrine (via youreyesblazeout)

(via ms-woodsworld)

victoriousvocabulary:

FLESHLING
[noun]
sensualist; a person devoted to physical, especially sexual, pleasure.
Etymology: flesh, from Old English flǣsc; related to Old Norse flesk, “ham”, Old High German fleisk, “meat, flesh” + the suffix -ling, a diminutive modifier of nouns having either the physical sense of “a younger, smaller or inferior version of what is denoted by the original noun”, from Old English -ling, from Proto-Germanic *-lingaz.
[Omar Ortiz]

victoriousvocabulary:

FLESHLING

[noun]

sensualist; a person devoted to physical, especially sexual, pleasure.

Etymology: flesh, from Old English flǣsc; related to Old Norse flesk, “ham”, Old High German fleisk, “meat, flesh” + the suffix -ling, a diminutive modifier of nouns having either the physical sense of “a younger, smaller or inferior version of what is denoted by the original noun”, from Old English -ling, from Proto-Germanic *-lingaz.

[Omar Ortiz]

(via ms-woodsworld)

“To put it simply - you have disoriented me.
Falling in love with you was like being thrown into an ocean at night.
It kisses my skin and it engulfs me, and I’m so light it feels like I’m flying, but I’m left with nothing that I need.
I don’t know which way will give me the air I need and which way will send me down further into the abyss.
Everything is chaotic
Everything is soothing.”

- jenn satsune (via ohsatsune)

ifdaddypleases

(via ms-woodsworld)