Tripping columns offer readers a chance to share their wild adventures. The countryside around Lake Constance in southern Germany is great for driving, and it was on one of several afternoon drives I took this past summer with a friend that we ended up at a popular spa in Oberstaufen. As if suddenly remembering I was Canadian, Renate asked, as a footnote, "It's naked. You don't mind that, do you?
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The sauna is her favorite place to be, she likes it hot, very hot! The temperature rises, in part due to the steam, in part due to her dangerous curves and sinful eyes as beads of sweat begin to roll down her heavenly body. She needs to take her clothes off. She will try to do it slow, teasing; but the heat is such, not just outside but within her body engorged with lust and desire, she needs to rip it all off; expose her small breasts with perky, erect nipples and dripping wet snatch, totally lubricated and ready to take tongues, fingers, dildos or huge cocks deep inside. She shakes her tight bubble shaped ass and teases us with her nubile body, she already knows how hard we want to fuck her, how unattainable and distant she seems for all our fantasies. The oil drips down her cunt, drips in between the parted lips of her labia, blends naturally with the slick lubrication dripping from her vulva and swollen clitoris. She wants to masturbate so bad, pleasure herself, finger her cunt and asshole; then suck her fingers so she can taste her ass on them.
Editors Jul 22, When we sometimes make more eye contact with profile pictures than actual people, it can feel socially daunting just to share a cab, never mind how to navigate sauna etiquette. In a nude sauna , you share a hot, often humid space with pants-less strangers. And so, even with centuries of history behind them, these rooms can inspire sweatier palms than foreheads.
Share via Email Photograph: It was unnerving looking at a temperature gauge that read higher than the boiling point of water. What about my blood? Was this really doing me good, as recently published research suggests?