I need see my doctor for deep cleaning and get a few fillings done, the nurse recommended me to get a new electric tooth brush, I wonder if I can use it to masturbate with when my batteries die?

xoxo Mckenzie

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chazstrummer:
I would think so....
mckenzie:
the electric tooth brush is about the right size but I'm using my tv batteries

My Weekend, was filled with lots of: yummy food, Sex, snuggles and kisses, screaming for the Patriots, hand holding so I wouldn't fall. But I fell losing my balance while I was cooking the super bowl tacos for my boy toy. He came to my rescue and picked me up with his arms. I almost teared up when he helped me, the help of...
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chazstrummer:
Hahaha
softnsweet:
that was quite a game, glad you have some support to help you through the illness.
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2016 was horrible, on behalf of my health, my betta died along with my shiatsu , trying to date again. But losing so many great musicians Icons. I'm really bummed over Bowie and Prince. I still want to get my Bowie lightning bolt tattoo. As soon as I get my disability money I want that, and I will head back to PDX to see @casper...
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chazstrummer:
Hoping for a better 2017.  Are you going to the game?
mckenzie:
@softnsweet thanks sweetie its a rare disease, so I have the rest of my life to deal with it. @chazstrummer I hope I'm going for my bday, its not till mid January if the boy toy buys the tickets.

HSP

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What is HSP?

What is Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia?

Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia (HSP) is a broad group of inherited, degenerative disorders characterised by impaired walking due to spasticity and weakness of the legs. The primary features of HSP are spasticity and weakness with the proportions varying from individual to individual. Symptoms worsen over time. Diagnosis is primarily by clinical neurological examination and testing as there are...
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When you get an invisible illness like fibromyalgia, or lupus, or MS, or chronic fatigue, your whole world alters. How you see yourself changes. But how the world sees you does not. Your illness is invisible to others, to doctors and to the government. The perils of not being seen can be life-threatening.

Nearly half of U.S. citizens live with some sort of chronic...
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ferkixlll:
Well done. My sister suffers fibromyalgia. Me, that old demon Gluten. Keep in mind that Big Pharma would rather find a pill that you'd have to take FOREVER, then to find a cure for anything.
mckenzie:
I don't take pills only vitamins