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About 1badboy

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    Truck driver
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    Southern California USA
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    A married man who secretly still writes crazy stories as a little escapism, a pervy thrill -- for adults who understand that it's just for fun, and not real life.

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    Naughty peeing
  • Hottest Pee Experience
    Saw a young super cute blonde -- who was obviously drunk -- actually pee in a near empty Cinema. This was before I got into the whole thing.

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  1. I moved to Utah to work on a Master's degree. I rented an apartment near the University, and discovered that my apartment building was recognized as a Mormon "Singles Ward" for ages 18 - 29. I was twenty-nine. At first it seemed like a fantasy come true. An apartment full of young pretty girls, all single, and all ready to marry. I went to their dances, and socials! I went to church with them. Of course there is always a catch. I took a girl out on a date -- an innocent first date. And the day after a guy came over to talk to me. He said he had been sent by the Bishop of our
  2. There is something that I never saw coming when I was in my early twenties, and that is the fact that you actually have a relatively short time to find a wife -- a committed partner. In my late teens and early twenties it was extremely easy to date. The girl that dumped me for the other guy in the Christian group was only eighteen, but she was the Christian type who was ready to get married and start having kids. I didn't have sex with her but I was living in the dorms and that was probably what saved me from getting her pregnant. She REALLY wanted to have sex, and was continually dropp
  3. I agree with the people who say that they would have taken more risks. I would have taken more risks, but I wouldn't have been wildly out of control. There were a couple of times that I went out drinking, and I got so drunk that I blacked out, and I was sick the next day. I would not do that again -- and I haven't. I would have taken more risks romantically. And I'm not talking about just having sex with anyone. I had sex, without a condom, with girls that I wasn't seriously interested in, and I wouldn't do that again! Fortunately I never got any of those girls pregnant. But b
  4. You need a candid mentor. I'm cynical. There are things that people will not tell you on jobs. Let's say you are doing a white collar job and there is a "suggestion box". The suggestions ask for your name, and job title. Strangely nobody ever suggests the obvious solutions to the problems everyone encounters. Why not? Well the suggestions don't go to your immediate supervisor, they go to his boss. So if you put a suggestion into the box, than you are bypassing your supervisor. He is going to be embarrassed when the boss calls him in and asks "Why didn't you think of this?
  5. I was looking for a quote from Garrison Keillor, but I haven't been able to find it. It was something to the effect that some people are "good" but that a group is not "intrinsically good". My mistake, in my late teens, was believing that "Christians" were better than "average". They weren't. It was just a group of people. And for the most part the group was only as good as the leader. If the pastor, or priest, was friendly -- then the group was friendly. If the pastor was exclusive, and selective, about the people he would talk too -- then the group tended to be too. However as a
  6. I was thinking about why I would not get involved with Christian groups, in University, if I had it to do over again. Forgive me but I want to try articulating it here so that I can later clearly explain to my own kids. I will start by saying I considered myself a "conservative" "Christian". Those terms are pretty vague and I found that there were many different definitions. I have found that it is better to define your beliefs -- in clear terms -- than to identify yourself according to a label. I ran into people who identified themselves as "conservatives" but had beliefs completely
  7. I totally agree. Female "circumcision" seems outright mean and sadistic to me. It doesn't get rid of the female sex drive. I am a guy, and I am circumcised, but I didn't know any guys from my generation who weren't. However I have learned that even male circumcision reduces sensitivity, and sexual pleasure. It is relatively easy to pull back the foreskin and wash your penis. So I didn't get my own son circumcised.
  8. I know what you mean. At one point in my life I decided that, if nothing else worked out, I would be a truck driver. So I became an "over-the-road" truck driver. And I got really fat and out of shape. That really hurt my social life. I tried aerobics (oliptical machine, treadmill). That didn't work. I didn't lose a pound. Then I tried less aerobics combined with weights. That is what Clint Eastwood did so I figured it would work. It worked -- but it took me over a year to see any results at all. The only thing that saved me was that I became friends with people in the gym so I
  9. "Too soon old, too late smart." If you could live life over again, or if you knew then what you know now, how would you do things differently? I'm getting 'old', but I have young children. What can I teach them so they don't make the same mistakes I did. I live in the USA. I think in High School I would have concentrated more on my grades. It would have allowed me to try a larger variety of professions after graduation. I got involved in the 'Christian' groups in University. I don't think I would do that again. I wouldn't join a fraternity either, but I would go for t
  10. I don't know, this fetish is weird. I've been messing around on these forums for a long time but I go through periods -- like now -- when I am really not into it. And I feel a little guilty or shameful. Look at how apologetic that band was after their singer peed on that guy. Honestly I found the whole thing hilarious -- and certainly not a big deal. But other people don't feel the same.
  11. My religious views are definitely controversial. I was banned from five different religious forums -- two Catholic, and three 'Christian'. And I ultimately decided that they had done me a favor, because I was wasting my time debating various issues. But I did find that I had a HUGE influence on many people -- and that is kind of scary. And curiously Literotica rejected every story I ever submitted. One of the last stories I posted was Grizzly Mountain. (I wrote multiple versions, and I think this one was the best).
  12. I don't know, maybe what I don't like about my last story is that none of the characters were really all that likeable. Just a bunch of people all behaving badly? Even if they were getting even with Nick, who was a really bad guy. Sometimes I like to watch Korean dramas as therapy.
  13. Is it rebellion? My writing seems to be making me more aware of the morality I am comfortable with -- like monogamy. I find even porn more gratifying if there is ultimately monogamy. And I find stories more gratifying if at least one 'enemy' is befriended rather than defeated. I wish I had known -- when I was younger -- what I know now. And Christianity oddly didn't provide much of that wisdom.
  14. I've been feeling oddly a little guilty lately. Probably in part because I'm a little sick. I'm an atheist, but I used to be a very 'conservative' Christian. And I wrote a story titled "Full Bush", where my character became a pastor for a while. And it got me into thinking about 'morality'. Not 'Christian' morality, but rather how we can live a fulfilling life. I'm not really any good at writing 'Christian talk' so I just plagurized off the internet. Anyway, when I was done with that story I didn't feel bad at all about it. But now weirdly, after the mindset I had writing that
  15. Thank you, I had fun writing this one.
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