Origins and meanings The word "blond" is first documented in English in  and derives from Old French blund, blont, meaning "a colour midway between golden and light chestnut ". The word "blond" has two possible origins. However, linguists who favor a Latin origin for the word say that Medieval Latin blundus was a vulgar pronunciation of Latin flavus , also meaning "yellow". Most authorities, especially French, attest to the Frankish origin. The word was reintroduced into English in the 17th century from French, and was for some time considered French; in French, "blonde" is a feminine adjective; it describes a woman with blond hair. Each of the two forms, however, is pronounced identically.
I heard your sweet sounding voice as you waved and said hello to me. What is it that you are thinking while you stand there with a hard on in your pants? Yes I know your dick is hard and I bet you want to pull your pants and shorts down and show me just how much. Do you know that makes my pretty panties really creamy? Just makes my pussy tingle so much for you. See, I have some secrets of my own you know. I love all kinds of men.
But why limit it to just dogs, plenty of animals in these stories. CJ - I began experimenting with self-hypnosis when I was 22 years old just to try to figure out things that lived in my subconscious. After a couple months, I found I could go into a self-induced trance that took me deep into a state of sleep and had some wond Phyllis - I got a call from my friend, Sandra, inviting me down for a visit.
Shelly told me it was all very humiliating! But Lori was her best friend, and the two girls had both been planning to attend State together ever since junior high. Both were also athletes, although neither would be considered a star player, and were therefore both lucky to have received this invitation to pledge Phi Kappa Alpha.