Would you go on a second date with a guy if you found one of these in his sock draw?
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Depends on what I was doing looking in his sock drawer on a first date.
A fleshlight? Depends on how much I liked him. I agree with Janetta, I wouldn't be in a guys bedroom on the first date
EDIT: But now that I think about it, that's kinda a double standard, cuz if a guy saw what was in my night-stand, he would ask me out again in a second!
GT- I like that pic much better! The other one freaked me out!!! This guy looks like he just likes to party LOL
In the sock drawer?? Does he sit on the dresser to use it? Does he use the socks to clean it? What an odd place to keep it.
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