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  • #16
    Re: Ladies: Bedtime - Bra or No Bra?

    Originally posted by Sensuifu View Post
    Originally posted by Isuzu Inugami View Post
    You should totally ask the guys if they wear a bra at night. The answers have the potential to be so much more entertaining.
    why does it have to be at night?
    No kidding, night time is so much more the time to be naked! Well... I would be, if I didn't have roommates. But during the day, there have been a few times...
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    • #17
      Re: Ladies: Bedtime - Bra or No Bra?

      Sleeping in the nude is supposed to be good for your skin, or at least that's what I tell my girlfriend

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      • #18
        Re: Ladies: Bedtime - Bra or No Bra?

        Originally posted by Tenkyoken View Post
        Sleeping in the nude is supposed to be good for your skin, or at least that's what I tell my girlfriend
        I bet that's not the only skin-care advice you've given her.
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        • #19
          Re: Ladies: Bedtime - Bra or No Bra?

          Originally posted by General Hentai View Post
          . . . Her sister, who's a B-cup, wears a bra every night she goes to bed. Our ex-sister-in-law, who's cup size is waaay up there, into the F-range, doesn't wear a bra to sleep in.

          . . . her sis does it out of habit and to keep good form, and my ex-sis-in-law does it for the freedom from the bra.
          Okay . . . why, exactly, do you know this about your sisters-in-law?
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