TITLE

Outrageous Tales and Sex Shockers

AUTHOR(S)
Bodnar, Sara; Heitman, Bethany
PUB. DATE
April 2006
SOURCE
Cosmopolitan;Apr2006, Vol. 240 Issue 4, p173
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on personal experiences of several young people. One of them shared her experience about her visit to her boyfriend's house. She went to her boyfriend's mom's house on his birthday to drop off his present and have some cake. When she got there, his mom said she had to run to the store. Meanwhile, my boyfriend opened her gift… a nice shirt and a kama sutra book. Another person said that her boyfriend and she were at an amusement park and decided to go on this cheesy haunted-house ride. It was a two-person ride where people sit in a little cart and go through dark rooms with mechanical witches and goblins.
ACCESSION #
20271132

 

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