Dents de sagesses enlevées et fellation ? :/?
23 November 2014, 04:49 PM
Bonsoir, mardi matin je me suis faite enlevée mes 4 dents de sagesses, mais voila, je me demande quand je pourai recommencer les fellations... je suis avec mon copain depuis 2 ans et nous savons tout les deux que nous n avons pas de maladie (test fait) et n utilisont pas de preservatif donc a ce niveau la je ne m inquiete pas. Bon pour l instant il est clair que je ne peux pas vu que j ai encore mal et que je ne peux pas ouvrir ma bouche de plus d un centimetre ×D j ai peur d essayer quand je n aurai plus mal et de "rouvrir" les trous... faut il vraiment attendre la cicatrisation complete ? :/ j ai entendu dire que c etait 3 semaines ? C est long !! Svp aidez moi ! J ai vraiment pas envie de demander ca au dentiste ! >.<  
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T'as pas une copine qui pourrait le sucer durant ta convalescence puisque ça semble TELLEMENT important pour toi...?
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