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Naughty Wife Talks: When wanking becomes a necessity



When a wife delivers a child and is still recovering from childbirth, the husband is expected to hold-body until her vagina is completely healed. If the husband developed serious case of erection that cannot be managed without a cunt, what could be done for him?
He cannot ask a wife that is still in pain to suck his dick. That would be callous. I have had babies, I know women want to be left alone that period to care for their violated pussies. I mean, many of us get stitches down there and need to sit in warm, salt water twice a day.
What is left for the man to do is to wank. If he is a good wanker he can get himself off neatly. That is where masturbation becomes a necessity. And I am very happy to announce to our Nigerian men, instead of chasing errant pussies outside that can put you in trouble – most men cheat during this period – they can buy a toy pussy. The one that is run by battery and small enough to carry in your pocket.

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And in the news, I heard that Senator Shehu Sani declared his two wives as part of his assets. I thought that afroed guy was classy. I can’t stop laughing. Please I need to know the worth of his wives. Which of them costs more and what scale is he using to measure their worth? I’d like to know which one of them is more expensive. And does their performance in bed jerk up their worth? Or is it their culinary prowess or the way they take care of the children. What? So, we need an elaborate analysis of that asset. Pronto!

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