"My old 'mate' TINTIN was another one that was solely here for sex predator associated activities, I was on to his case but alas nor Rick4Girl's case."
That's your quote. That is similar to many such posts. Whatever it is you did, what's the difference?
Stop talking about Tintin? Two or three times during this ordeal, you didn't. I let it go, but your partner gave it life. It wasn't just about Tintin. Whenever he opens his mouth, you get the brunt of it. Have that occurred to you? I have nothing against him, except of his butting in.
If you're talking about your partner, I have no problem with him. He has no principles of his own. When he sees something interesting, he posts a link and let others give their opinions. The only thing he has passion about is his protection of you. We have seen him at work on more than a dozen on these two threads. Look at what he is doing in the other thread. He is going after your (not his) other foe.
You have been in the Philippines too long. Your English is slipping. Just where in did I agree to stop talking about anything? Comprehension is part of English. How did you come to the conclusion that this has nothing to do with you?
You are just like a Democrat. You act as if you answered the question, but you didn't.
Your partner doesn't have much more to talk about other than what involves you. You are not in an English speaking country. Tintin probably is. Perhaps you should consult him for help with your English.
ragingbull, what the fuck would you know about speaking English, you are neither from or an immigrant in an English speaking country LOL??
P.S. I have some fan mail for you, I apologise for any delay in delivering it but it just goes to show how often I check my PM's:
lonelyranger1701 4/17/2020 2:02:45 AM
On the NBA thread, you are prepared to stop talking about TinTin. I wonít even say a word, because I know for a fact that Rb will never be able to shut up about it, and still blame me. The Nitpicker King is so damn petty, so worried about not having the last word, he will sputter and dribble off at the mouth in a desperate attempt to seem credible and relevant. Facts be damned!!
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How to Douche for Feminine Hygiene
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Knowing When to Douche
Douching the Right Way
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Although douching was once a common practice, it has fallen out of popular use in recent years. Studies show that douching can cause bacterial infections and problems during pregnancy, making it a less-than-perfect cleaning method. If, however, your doctor has suggested that you douche, follow the steps below to do it correctly and safely.
Knowing When to Douche
Know that your body cleans out vaginal discharge, blood, and semen on its own. Many women douche in order to clean themselves after a period, rinse out vaginal discharge, or to clean out semen after sex. The great thing about the human body though, is that it is built to do these things on its own. The vagina cleans itself without douching, meaning that you donít have to refer to man-made soaps and rinses in order to keep your vagina in healthy, working condition.
Douche at your doctorís suggestion. The last few years of studies have offered up important research that shows that douching can be more harmful than beneficial to your body. The vagina naturally cleans itself with its high acidity and natural mucous, which douching removes. As a result of douching, you are more likely to suffer from a yeast infection or other bacterial infection. Talk to your doctor before you decide to douche, and do so at their discretion.
Donít douche to remove itching or burning sensations. Some women feel like they need to douche in order to get rid of itching or burning they feel near or inside their vagina. These are symptoms of an infection though, and douching simply covers them up. Rather than trying to wash away these symptoms, meet with your doctor and explain what youíre experiencing.
Donít douche to remove a strong odor. Although the vagina may have a very mild, constant odor, if you are experiencing a strong odor (outside of your menstrual cycle), it is likely a symptom of a possible infection. Instead of trying to rinse out the odor, talk to your doctor and ask for their advice. They may or may not support the idea of douching, but it is best to go to them first rather than possibly making things worse.
Donít douche in attempts to prevent STDs or pregnancy. Douching is not an alternative to a condom or other contraceptive; its primary goal is to Ďcleaní the inside of the vagina. Therefore, donít douche in attempts to prevent an STD/STI or pregnancy after sex, as it will be ineffective.
Wash the outside of your vagina as an alternative to douching. If you are concerned about keeping your vagina clean and odor-free in general, stick to washing the outside of your vagina instead. Use a mild soap and warm water in the shower or bath to remove any sweat or grime that might have built up on the exterior of your vagina, while your body does the work of cleaning the inside on its own.
Douching the Right Way
Choose a douching product. Look through the available douching products at your local drugstore to choose an option that looks best for you. Avoid any solution that contains scents or dyes, as these are much more likely to cause an infection. If you prefer, you can create your own douching solution at home using vinegar and only buy a squeeze bottle at the store for application.
Prepare the douching solution. If you bought a kit at the store, follow the box directions to prepare the douching solution it came with. Typically you will need to use a quart of water to prepare it. If you are making your own at home, mix one part vinegar with three parts water, in an amount equal to at least two cups.
Fill the squeeze bottle or douche pouch with the solution. Follow the directions on the box to do this, or simply pour the solution into the squeeze bottle. If all the solution doesnít fit, fill it as high as you are able and then add the rest later.
Get into the shower or bathtub. Douching isnít the messiest thing in the world, but it could be under certain circumstances. To prevent spilling any of the solution, get into the shower or bathtub for the entire process. Youíll likely want to shower or bath afterwards anyway.
Rinse the vaginal cavity using the squeeze bottle. Insert the tip of the squeeze bottle or douche pouch into the vagina, and squeeze it to release the fluid. Continue rinsing the inside of the vagina until you have used all the available fluid.
Wash the outside of the vagina. Use a mild soap and warm water to wash the outside of the vagina as you would normally during a shower or bath. Your goal now is to wash off any of the douching solution left on the exterior of your vagina. The douching solution is relatively harmless on any other part of your body, so rinse it off if it came into contact with anything else but donít worry about it too much.
Finish cleaning up. Follow up with any post-douching cleaning activities you deem necessary. Clean out the douching pouch/squeeze bottle and store it for later use, and clean up anythin