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when you're giving a guy a blow job do you stimulate it's base as if you were wanking or what? i really dont know. and im aware you cant give techniques but if you could just help me out i'd appreciate it.

and secondly, what does the term deep throat mean?


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You said yourself we can't give you techniques. So we can't tell you what you want to know. Besides, different people like different things. It is best to discuss these matters with your partner.

If I am thinking of the same thing you are, deep throating is a term for taking a males entire penis in your mouth.


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