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i love aggressive sex thus i'll give you a story: you knew i'd let you in on the rest of my wild ride... well, the cowboy's bulging crotch was pressed to me, and as i turned around to face the hot young cowboy, i leaned in to give him a sloppy kiss. his hands started exploring my body, tugging away the flimsy tank top i had on. my heavy tits were bouncing up and down with every step, and his hands had slid down into my pants to feel the damp spot between my legs. i couldnt stand it anymore! i slid the pants off and soon i was totally naked, bouncing around on the horse with this sexy cowboy. a quick unzip of his fly revealed the long thick cock i had been expecting... he lifted my hips with his strong hands and plunged all the way in with one stroke! i squealed out loud to the empty woods. he reached his hands around me to cup my heavy breasts, and then the horse started to take off! every bounce and step drove the cowboy's cock deep inside me, and he was slapping my bare ass as he fucked me. i loved it! this was SO rough and wild! before long i was moaning and cumming so hard he was slipping in and out with maximum speed. OH YEAH! he gave me another smack and laughed. he was really got into it too, i wondered how experienced he probably is.... i know i am cumming back for another lesson!
Skate boarding has progressed a long way since the days of rolling around on a soap box will roller skates attactched to the bottom. Now we have huge companies suppling for ever skaters needs. The scene is exploding in every direction, some of this could be due to skateboarding games like "Tony Hawks", some skaters hate this and feel its ruing the skate scene. But I take a positive look on this an feel it can only benefit the skate comunity. Right now before you start skateing you must realise its alot harder than it looks and your gonna need to be motivated and enjoy the sport to have fun. Try borrowing a board of a freind or somthing to see if you enjoy it before you fork out a hefty sum of money for a set-up. If you do enjoy it then try getting a cheap set up to start with, full set ups cost from £75-£160 (depending on where you get it from and what sort of deck, trucks, wheels, bearings etc you choose). Most skaters you meet and talk to will be freindly and only to willing to help you out and show you the basics. You can check out a few sites with some helpful video's eg www.skateboard.com. I've been skateing on and off for about 2 years and enjoyed every day that i have been skateing (well except for injuries :-). You get to meet some true good mates. Skateing is also a for of expression and you notice this with watching every other skater they have their own style and flow very differently to each other. Well what ever you do you have to have fun thats the whole point of skateboarding to express your self and have as much fun as possible.
Aggressive skating is a really great sport. I have been skating for over 2 years now and I have got to say that it gives you one hell of a thrill going down a ramp very fast. There are mainly two forms of skating.. Street + Vert, Street: This is stuff like skating around town and grinding on everything and generly annoying the general public. In strret you also go around trying to get airs of surfaces (eg. Flat bank) and jumping down stairs. Obvoisly this type of skating is very dangerous and begginers - intermediate skaters should wear the approriate sfety gear, eg. knee Pads - these can be capped or not (plastic outside or not) helmet - for obvious reasons wrist gaurds - to stop you snpraining/spanning your wrist. elbow pads - optional If you are an accopmlished skater you dont have to wear things like a helmet but i would reccomend it. Vert: This is going down to your local skate park and generally going down ramps and getting airs and doing tricks. This is also dangerous and FULL safety gear should be worn all the time. If you want to start skating you really need a pair of decent skates, i would recomend USD, Salomon, Oxygen, some Roces, Razors. buying a good pair of skates is going to set you back a bit of money for most skates it would be inbetween £100 - £300. Also you would need some good safety gear eg. Triple 8, Bauer, Inliners, etc.