Click the picture to see a hairy Japanese pussy!
Okay guys, here’s a hot Asian girl named Yuka. She’s a Japanese teen with a natural, hairy pussy. She has a natural ‘Asian’ look to her. Personally, I’m more of a Mariko fan myself – fit Asian teens with shaved pussies. Sort of the ‘Anti-Asian’ look. But, this is for those of you who like the hirsute look. It’s from Met-Art.
Anyway, some time ago, I was cruising around somewhere on the Internet, and found myself reading a thread in a forum about food. I’m not really a foodie, so I can’t rightly remember how I ended up there, but there I was, reading many people’s opinions on various prepared and/or processed food items, and at one point someone mentioned peanut butter, and several jumped on the hating train at that point, posting about how they can’t stand commercial peanut butter because it’s way too sweet – one woman said that it tasted more like frosting to her.
I read all that, and I did a mental eye roll. Frosting? Really? I’m a peanut butter eater – not that regularly, admittedly, but I do eat the stuff on a semi-regular basis, and it has never, ever struck me as being ‘like frosting’. It’s way too salty. It smells savoury, not sweet. It tastes like peanuts, for crying out loud, not sugar.
Skip forward to today. I’m opening a new jar of peanut butter, having finished off the previous one a few days ago, and in doing so I peeled back the paper-foil layer that they paste on top of the jar to seal it, and then proceeded to
lick the peanut butter off the seal sample some.
As I did so, out of nowhere, completely unbidden, came the word.
Now, to be perfectly clear, this was not a new-to-me brand of peanut butter – it’s a brand I’ve purchased many times before, in fact it’s the same brand as the previous jar that I just finished off. Also, it didn’t really taste any different from my stored memory of peanut butter flavour.
I was, however, distinctly aware of the sweetness in the flavour this time, and it did indeed remind me of frosting.
That being said, I still like it, and I don’t see myself avoiding future purchases of peanut butter.