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Magic City Kitty - ¿Qué Pasa, Dirty Sanchez?

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Hello, Kitty

I was propositioned in a bar last night, but I’m not clear on what it is I was asked to do. I’m generally open to the kink, but I would like to know what I’m getting myself into before I call this guy. I’m kind of embarrassed to ask my friends, so here goes…What is a dirty Sanchez and can it only happen to Spanish people?

Toiletta

Hey girl,

So glad you wrote in before you agreed to be Dirty Sanchez-ed. Though you like “the kink,” agreeing to the unknown is like walking into a McDonald’s and telling the counter-girl, “Give me whatever you got back there.” What your barfly suggested doesn’t compare to eating mystery meat, but let’s just say it’s better to know what you’re getting. According to my extensive research – no personal experience with this one, a night with this new guy would start with a little anal and end with you wearing a mustache of your own, uh, shit.

Apparently, you’ll look like a guy named “Sanchez” and it’s certainly a bit icky, so there you have your “Dirty.” Please don’t ask me if you will be more turned on or he, because I’m guessing that the feeling can only derive from the moment, and I’m just not into fecal matter. If you ask me, the possible side effects (pink eye, funky upper lip, etc.) outweigh any possible pleasure, but your pussy might have a different opinion. I say use your droppings for something more productive like fertilizer or fuel, but if curiosity truly has your cat, that decision is yours alone. Carpe diem!

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