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Why is shimapan so arousing /a/?
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>>101689937
string theory
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>>101690599
Elaborate
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>>101690599
/thread
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That's why.
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The stripes display the contours more clearly, like a topographic map of her butt.
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>>101689937
I like slutty lesbians that actually love cock.
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Horizontal stripes display curves very well, making things appear more voluminous.
Also shimapan is a rather childish and playful design, so it evokes feelings of youth and innocence by association.
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>>101691039
I take it you're an expert
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>>101691184
Obviously.
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>>101691184
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You've seen it used erotically so many times that you already feel aroused just from the pattern itself. Pavlov's dog etc...
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>>101689937
You were conditioned.



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