Semen on toilet paper?

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Semen on toilet paper?

Unread postby ReliableLake » Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:37 am

Okay I feel really dumb by posting this but here it goes.

Last night we went to a bar that was a bit sketchy. I had a couple drinks and had to go to the washroom. The washrooms were all shared by men and women. The toilet paper was sitting ontop of the ledge and there was this wet stuff on the ledge. I had to pee so bad that I went and wiped with the toilet paper without even thinking. Now my mind is like "omg what if that was semen on the ledge and it was on the toilet paper I wiped with?"

I don't think there is any chance of pregnancy but I wanted to double check if something like that is actually possible?

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Re: Semen on toilet paper?

Unread postby Sam W » Sat Feb 22, 2020 9:12 am

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