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Anakin Mousewalker: “Luke… take this scrollwheel off.”
Luke: “But you’ll die.”
Anakin Mousewalker: “Nothing can stop that now. Just for once… let me… look on you with my own eyes.
Anakin was more machine now that mouse.
mouse mouse mouse mouse more-mouse mouse mouse mouse
The concept of interspecies romance was lost on Hammie.
Why won’t you love me mom?!
cfeagans wins the thread…(In the very first comment, too!)
How about a link?
i envy your tail ‘cuz i got none
Kama Sutra: The missing chapters.
Oh man, why is the keyboard so far away?
Mouse wrestling is so gay.
This is SOOOOO much better than the trackball.
Is that a five button mouse in your pocket or are you glad to see me?
Despite the hamster’s plea for rodent solidarity, gathering recruits for his grand alliance was frustrating.
This plastic sex doll is a bit of a disappointment…
I wonder how the Mrs is enjoying the joystick.
When I said I was looking for some mouse on mouse action, this is NOT what I had in mind!
• Hey, you’ve got a really nice pad. I like the way you chose the decor to match your eyes.
• It was a cursory fling, over almost as soon as it began.
• She felt a glow beginning deep inside her as they moved together in the rhythm of the game.
Hey, that’s identical to my two mice. They must be triplets, separated at birth. They are getting pretty old now, in mouse years.
Cybersex — it works, bitches!
I can has lolcatz?
What the hell was the name of that Minnie Mouse porno site again?
Sadly, Freddie had one too many beers that night and failed to notice his mistake until the morning.
Take it all Bitch!
Im on ur padz humpin ur mice
Finallly , i ve found my only love
“Now that’s a mouse’s mouse!
“See, that’s what Internet porn does to you. You lose your appetite for the real thing.”
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