There’s one association women aren’t aware of as far as men’s classification. We are like but food in a long list of menu. The appetizers are the good looking ones who temporarily disguises fullness but was never enough for their lack of content. The main meal women are meant for a family, preconditioned for the taking to complete the nourishment. Whether it be bland or great enough though, there’s always the cravings for dessert. It is the cant-get-enough food, taking away the too-much-fullness taste, satisfying the desires, and what always been sought after the hunger. The twist of the category, even with the whole transparency of each one’s significance, is that one often surge the need for sweets even without the rest of the food menu. Definitely bad for one’s health. This is the blackwidow. And what they seem to be forgetting is that they get it because I want it.. And if I don’t want it, then they won’t get it.. Their desires are nothing but would give them dick spasms.-excerpt from Pursuit of the Blackwidow story.. can’t wait to finish it..

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