Hip Hop Hong Kong
Oct 16, 2009
Yo Dr. Bob -
What up from Hong Kong - 3 weeks ago I was alone and wanted someone to touch on my dong - It was wrong, but unfort I can't take it back - I cheated on my girlfriend and I know that's whack.
I used to be happy - but this stopped all my elation, I'm freaking out over a bout of mutual masturbation. I wanna tell you what happened, maybe rhyme it in a list, and after you read it you can assess me risk.
It went like this:
First I laid down on a table meant for a massage, TV was on - I could hear music and applause - Next she put the oil on the top of my junk, She moved he wrist up and down like she was dancing to funk - My big concern is this - she might have touched herself - and I'm concerned that her fluids could be bad for my health - I don't know what hand she used, or what was what - but I would really appreciate it if you could holler what's what.
Question 1) Handjobs - risk or not risk? Question 2) What if her fluids got all up on my d*ck? Question 3) What about frottage - didn't happen but curious
Please holler back soon cause I'm going so delirious.
Please help me with my Q on mutual masturbation - I'll fire a 50 spot as a charity donation.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Yo Hip Hop Hong Kong Rapper,
I could answer back in rhyme, But that would take too much time. Besides, for those who don't know it, I am not much of a poet.
1. No risk.
2. Risk would still be negligible, at best.
3. No risk.
Relax Mr. Ryhme, HIV did not spoil your good time.
Thanks for your gift. It will give some HIVers a much-needed lift.
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