Saturday, May 31, 2008

The canine G-spot

Tip for dog lovers
Dogs, male and female alike, also have a G-spot... and you can reach it from the outside (you probably can also do it from the inside, but I can not certify it).

Where?: just inmediately in front of where the tail merges with the body. Press down toward the tail and rub gently in semicircles... and don't let it go while your pet writhes, moans and groans.

By the way, I don't have to remind you, but just in case. The human female G-spot really exists. Just one or one and a half inch inside, pressing uppward (if she is lying up) or downward (if you do it from her back).

According to Susan the spot location varies... it must be like the odd Letter G part of masonic history that does not seem to follow a predictable path.

My view (what is your authority of knowledge better than mine? she asks) is: if you follow my indications, and adapt gently to the particularity at hand, you'll reach it with no problem. Then rub it like for dogs. And, equally, don't let it go either, even if they demand you to do so; they really don't mean it, on the contrary.

But remember, while dogs' G-spot is always there, some human females don't have anything alike. In these cases, be sure, it won't be your fault not to find it, even if they pretend you to be the clumsiest guy they've ever encountered.

Image downloaded from the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon.
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