Whats the difference between sexy and vulgar?
Is it true that: ALL IS FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR?Conquer or be conquered...are we just sex toys now?What ever happened to Romance?
When sexy becomes repulsive.. that is vulgar..
Everyone is not the same, if you look at the right place you can even find God.
well.. this is a very subjective term. Sexy, to me. is appealing... vulgar is something so common that I don't even pay much attention to it. So in my book they are almost opposites. Because I will find someone UNIQUE to be absolutely sexy.. but a vulgar thing.. is extremely common.. and therefore.. not special at all
I agree Ana but sometimes they do go hand in hand specially in fast times...
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