Originally Posted by WOOLCOCK
A light in the sky passing judgement on the Norfolk families who prefer to keep their sexual encounters entirely 'within the family'.
Good point about the dark. Though its a double edged sword. Whilst night brings cover, the element of surprise and a brilliant disguise, it also brings with it a sense of fear, paranoia and reckless abandon. Man fears what he cannot see and when a farmer's livestock is up for grabs, night brings with it a sense of realisation your number may be up.
It's difficult to avoid sleeping with your cousins when there are only four different family names in the area. Who are you to judge me? I bet you've never been in that kind of situation, especially when your relatives are so fit. Those girls can work their hunchbacks.
You shouldn't complain about the dark to be honest, danger always adds excitement to a sexual encounter.
Originally Posted by Rush
Can't see those 6 fingers in the dark
Don't forget about the webbed hands. Never mind, we'll be the ones laughing last when the ice caps are melted by global warming.