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How do you give a ******** on a live, large, thick, black human dick?
I am 13 and my boyfriend has been pressuring me to get "physical" and i guess thats the description of his male sexual organs? ive never seen one in my life, i bet they look sick... Im scared because i have a bad gag reflex</3 i need suggestions to give the best "BJ" in the world. Ive heard something about putting a piece of ice in your mouth before you "go down on them". I hope its hawt.
THE only possible answer i can give you, since you are 13, is to NOT do anything sexual until later on in life. Please Trust me (from experience) You will regret giving something so special to just whomever just because you think you are ready. Hope this helped

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I've been wearing a red and black bracelet [a piece of thread] and recently learned that...?
i recently learned about this game where red meant like a ******** and black meant sex and wearing those bracelets means you want that. and well, i dont! should i stop wearing the bracelets? they aren't really bracelets, just like 'friendship bracelet' thread.
You should keep wearing it only if you want too.
The only time I heard that before was with panties.
Plus I don't think too many people will honestly stop you and say 'you naughty girl'.
My cousin is black mailing me,what should i do?
I dropped out of school and my cousin found out and now he's black mailing me.he told me he would tell on me unless i give him a ********.should i just give him a ******** or confess?
Just tell him that if he tells on you,he'll only be revealing what is bound to come out sooner or later anyway.What leads him to believe you would have the low morals to give him a bj,anyway?(if that's what ********** is)Tell him to get ready for it;then give him a swift kick in the cojones .Tell him to go ahead and tell and you will also tell everyone 'The Rest of The Story' about him and his disgusting proposal.
Getting a ******** from a guy...?
Am straight, I do have a fantasy about having a smooth (no hair) black guy with muscles giving me head, and maybe more...

But is only a fantasy.. until just recently a black guy (average with little hair) just asked me if I would let him give me a BJ...

I havent had sex in over a year and a half... and am really desperate to get some... but recurring to this I dont know... is it bad? sin? I dont want to be gay, i dont have a problem with gay people though...

Let me hear your comments... I dont know what to do... i really need to get some! I wish I could meet a nice girl...
Receiving a bj from a guy doesn't make you gay, but most guys won't consider it because they're not secure in their own sexuality. That obviously doesn't apply to you.

Is it a sin to get a bj from a guy? Only if you're forcing him to give you the bj.
Rejected For Job -- Black Flagged on Last Lap, So to Speak...?
There was one company I really liked. We had an initial tech out, which I rocked. Next was an on-site interview. I went in thinking that was a last step. Then, they asked for a code sample, which I was told was the final step. By this point, I'd already talked to many people and invested a lot of time. Upon each step, all the feedback was VERY positive. I was told they wanted another phone interview as a final step. I, unfortunately, slept poorly the night before. When we chatted, the interviewer asked a question which I thought was cake. Over halfway, through, I thought I had it, but he actually had misphrased the initial question and I didn't have enough time to walk him through the correct response, although I did explain it. Unfortunately, by this point, I was rushing, and he really just wanted to end the interview. They're passing on me and I'm upset; if they called right now, I know I would blow them away. Has this ever happened to anyone else? If so, how did you cope with it?
If you ace'd everything up until that point, answering one phone interview question shouldn't have derailed the train. There's something more to the story, something they aren't telling you. Unfortunately, there's no way you can get the inside scoop. Your best bet is to save your energy, forget about them, and move onto the next opportunity. It sounds like you are a programmer -- the next opportunity shouldn't take too long to find. Good luck!
Do white girls give better blow jobs?
Seriously I have gotten head from black girls and white girls and it seems to me that white girls give better head. What do you think? If you agree why is that the case?
I find Asian girls give the best head ever. I know one girl who is worshiped for the kind of head she gives!
Culturally Speaking: What do you think about this peculiar job interview between me and this black guy?
Okay, I went in to JC Penny's for a job interview after I had previously put in a job application two weeks prior to the job interview.

So this guy (who is black) sits down with me in his office and begins to interview me asking me all kinds of perfectly normal and common questions that any potential employer would ask an interviewee.

During the interview, he mentions to me (and he did this more than once) that "WE TRY TO BE OPEN MINDED ABOUT THINGS."
When he said this to me, I had the distinct impression that he was trying to tell me that HE as a BLACK AFRICAN AMERICAN person, wants ME to be open minded towards him and be accepting of him. Well, that was my impression.

I want to make it clear to everyone reading this, that I WAS being very POLITE to him during the interview, and he of course was being very polite to me. After the interview, he mentioned that there would be a second interview before he decides to hire me, so we both shaked hands and then I left and went home.
As I drove home I was thinking about what he kept quirking to me about being open minded, and said to myself, BLOW ME ON A CROSS, I JUST KNOW THIS GUY ISN'T GOING TO CALL ME IN FOR THAT SECOND INTERVIEW.

Sure enough, he didn't call me back in for that so called second interview, and I never got the job. I was dressed appropriately, was polite, paid attention to everything he said and he never put me up for consideration.

One more thing to mention, he had some white females working in there, so I presume that this means he's not too prejudiced towards Caucazoids like myself right????
His comment to you seems rather innocuous to me. He may have been simply repeating some new store philosophy that had nothing to do with you. I have noticed, when I have recently shopped at JCPenney stores in the Midwest, that the store staffs seem unusually helpful. I've been wondering if the chain is trying to amp up customer service in order to be more competitive. This comment to you about open mindedness might not have been a racial matter at all.

Or, maybe, he was giving you a hint that you were coming across as close minded in the interview. The benefit of job interviews, even if they don't lead to employment, is that they give us feedback on how we are coming across to employers. Sometimes we think we are coming across great in interviews, and in actuality we aren't.
Job interview did i blow it already?!!?
Well yesterday morning i called all of the jobs Ive applied to on snag a job. Then i called jack in the box and they asked when I am available trying to sound like i am always prepared i said whenever, so they scheduled me for an interview tomorrow... well i guess today at 10 AM. So here is where it all goes downhill first i realize oh crap that's an application i put in 6 months ago so i sent them another one on snag a job after they scheduled the interview.Then AFTER i post it i realized it asked what days and times are you able to work and i put any day of the week and forgot to list times (crap). Later that day i went to Wal-mart to get a nice outfit for the interview so i got some black slacks and a blue button up shirt i brought them home and i guess Ive put on weight cause the pants are too tight around the waist and the shirt is too long at the arms. but since the pants are so tight i don't think i should tuck in the shirt otherwise they will be able to tell there sucking the life out of me.And i couldn't afford any dress shoes so that makes me look more sloppy . and to top it all off i got 2 hours of sleep and cant fall back asleep. anyone have any advice btw im 19 and this is a job for jack in the box fast food.
Tucking in the shirt it is a must. An untucked shirt is an automatic negative. I have been in job interviews before and know what is said and/or noted in the post interview meeting when applicants walk out. Wear a nice pair of jeans with a button up shirt tucked in. Neatness of clothes has more value than quality or newness of clothes for Chocolateu are applying for. Pick out your best that fits correctly tuck in shirt wear a belt have a clean shave and you should be allright. Drink coffee and eat chockolate just before the interview. That should give you about an hour boost to get through it. Good luck.
Group job interview-did I blow it?
Yesterday I had a job interview at Forever New, which Iis my most favourite store EVER so I was very excited and confident in the days leading up to it, believing I would do my best. I felt I was well prepared, gotten tips, etc..
However, that didn't quite happen. I was the only one approached by one of the existing staff members who brought us up to the interview room. She made a positive comment on my outfit (from the store) and remembered me from my visits into the store. When she brought us up to the room, she went in their forst, staying in there for five minutes or so, I speaking to the interviewers(-would she have been commenting on us all?).
I was feeling ok once it started, albeit a little nervous. I noticed none of the other girls were wearing any Forever New gear, and one girl was even wearing denim shorts and a faded black tshirt, so that boosted my confidence (which had started to fall a bit).
We had to read off the slides (a presentation) and when I read my voice was even, not monotonic and strong but calm (which I was soo relieved to hear, I've been told I have a 'soothing' voice). One of the interviewers looked up abruptly in the middle and made eye contact, I noticed that didn't occur with others.
Then it all fell apart :( During the introductions I was preparing and remembering all the things I had planned to talk about, but then when I actually had to say it out loud, it all came out wrong, was way too short I even used the phrase "And yeah"a couple of times (wanted to hit myself), I kept stumbling over my words and, well, it was just plain awkward.
I thought I could redeem myself in the next part, which were questions like "how would you provide excellent customer service", etc but as I had been told by many people that you should try not to go first, I didn't even though I had all the right answers. I know this because there were 3 main girls that kept saying everything I wanted to say, plus their little (or should I say very large) anectodes of their life. Even when I realised after a few questions that I would have to get in quick to answer, I still couldn't-they just kept jumping in-like the interviewer had barely finished her sentence. All i could really do was just agree with what had already been said, and if i could, add my own perspective. Or just nod. And keep smiling, even though I wanted to stab one particular girl with the pen in front of me lol).
Worst of all, at the end I was so humiliated with my inability to form full sentences without stumbling over my words and so pissed off at the suck ups in that room, I didn't get to ask any questions at the end, which the interviewers noticed as they kept looking over at me.
However, one interviewer did see me get spoken over by one of the other girls, so I'm hoping that they realise I would have talked so much more (and the other girls minus the "stars of the show") if i had the chance!

Anyway, I know interviewers don't necessairly look for loud or talkative people to employ ( alot of quiet spoken girls in their stores), but I just feel that I didn't display very good communication skills (i.e stuttering) and I could've answered things sooo much better. It's frustrating because I am a hard worker and give things my all, but I was just found myself paralysed once the interview began.

Do you think the employer would have realised this? And would it matter that I don't like to/suck at speaking in a group (formally)? And would they have noted the other girls not giving others the chance to speak-would this be seen as negative since they are all for team work, and I guess the ability to listen to others (important in customer service)?

What would your perception of me be if you were the employer? Would I be crossed off the list as soon as I left lol?
Group interviews are tough and often unfair, especially if you have manners and don't try to talk over or interrupt others. If the purpose of the interview was to determine how well you perform in a group situation you may not have done well by holding back. Not being first can show reserve and poise, but does give others the chance to set the tone and present their thoughts and ideas first. Then you may be placed in the position of having nothing new to say. One tactic is to say that the others did a great job and covered almost all of your points except, and throw out a new idea, or put a different spin on some of the same answers. Freezing up at an interview may not mean the worst, it depends on how you recovered and held your poise even though things were going downhill. I would wait a few days and then visit the store and inquire if you got the job. Be prepared for bad news so you can continue to smile as you ask for another try. In sales, usually the more assertive, extroverted personalities are the most effective. Perhaps you could be a little more assertive next time, but not rude. Good luck. The PracticaL Mentor.

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