The arrow of the male symbol is obviously symbolic of an erect dick. But did you ever wonder what the circle part stands for? It's a man hole! Now we think every manhole cover should be properly decorated with a male symbol, as in this photo submitted by a buddy (left). Proudly displaying the symbol of his pole and hole is Badpuppy model Tolik (right).
Toga parties are Roman-themed celebrations in which the participants dress in the style of ancient Rome and typically partake of wine. The fabric flows freely, as does the wine, and being "loose" is the rule of the night. All of the exposed skin and lowered inhibitions is a recipe for some wild and raunchy times. In this 450-photo essay, I'll cover a couple dozen different aspects of toga parties, from the quiet, intimate moments when guys help each other into their togas, to the tightly-packed final hours of the party when sexual tensions begin finding release.
One cool thing about togas is that you need help putting them on. This encourages some rather intimate interactions well before the party starts.
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Life advice for the day: Be the offender, not the offended.
(This is a paraphrase of comedian Michael Ian Black's controversial tweet.)
Guys who wear shirts emblazoned with "67" are sending secret, sexual messages to those in the know. You might have already guessed the meaning -- the number 67 is two less than 69, implying that "It takes two to make a 69." In other words, 67 plus two (as in two men) makes 69 (as in two men sucking each other off simultaneously). So we're always "67ing" when we're not 69ing. A shirt with 67 is saying, "I'm not 69ing right now because I need someone else's dick. Two cocksuckers are required to go from 67 to 69. Are you willing to make it all add up?"
"Wearing a hat lends an air of importance, sophistication, mystery, innocence, and let's not forget — sexiness!" —T. J. Reid