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I have a friend who has a really hot mom. She had him when she was 16 so she is really young. Is it bad that I like my friends mom.
Also, I saw a pic of her, she is really hot.
At 10/10/06 07:54 PM, Unmedicated-Moron wrote: Also, I saw a pic of her, she is really hot.
Haha, e-friends mom, more like it...
My friends mom was a MILF. And one time me and my other friend went to his house and then to his moms room, where my friend starting sniffing panties. Laughed my ass off.
At 10/10/06 07:57 PM, BillofBob wrote: My friends mom was a MILF. And one time me and my other friend went to his house and then to his moms room, where my friend starting sniffing panties. Laughed my ass off.
for some reason i dont think you are lieing
I saw a girl at my school who looks like my friends mom. It would only be semi-creepy to date her.
This reminds me of one of my coolest experiences in snooping, ever.
My friend, I'd call him my best friend, moved away, to Virgina a year or so ago, in the summer, and I'd always thought his mom was really hot (she's young, as well). Before school started the summer he moved away, I flew down there to visit him for a week. Now, there are two bathrooms in his house, one right next to his room, and one in his parents room. So, I waltz in there, looking for the hairdryer (they left me alone, to go to a Jehova's Witnesses meeting, yes I know, I try to look past it) and I notice that his dad has left one of his drawers open on their gigantic bedset.
I look closer, and see some photos hanging out. Thinking I'd get a touching family moment or two, I find some rather revealing pictures of my friend's mom (one where she's "opening up" her towel, and one where she's lifting her dress to reveal that she's not wearing anything underneath).
You can guess what happened afterward.
So yes kids, nosiness does pay off.