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Send Your Boyfriend Picture Like This To Make Him Go Crazy
2. An R-Rated Body Part… Clothed
With the Snapchat age came this one great trend of sending your partner dirty pictures - and we're ever so thankful for it! Do you girls ever wonder what kind of pictures do guys like to see? Go through this post to find out. Nothing fancy, just you in a sexy lace bra… Damn, it's almost hotter than a picture of your boobs. If you sleep in the nude, we so totally want your I-woke-up-like-this selfie and we want it just for our eyes only. Don't let the steam get in the way of us seeing you, though - we want to be able to make out each and every drop of water that's clinging to your body!
1. A PG-Rated Body Part… Naked
Back in the day when you wanted to take hot pictures to send your boyfriend , you had two choices: Polaroids that made every nudie look like a crime scene, or taking your photos to be developed. Which, sadly, is how I sent my first nekkid photo. Yep, I took it on my old camera, and then marched my butt down to Target and had them developed. It worked, but it means that now I live with the knowledge every day that somewhere out there is a former Target employee who probably still has photos of my teenage side boob. Fortunately, these days, thanks to smart phones, we don't have to involve a third party to get naughty for the camera. There are still things consider before sending a naked selfie, namely: revenge porn, cloud hackers, and the fact that once something is on the internet, it's there forever. But that doesn't mean you can't send your partner sexy snaps: You just have to be smart about it. It really is all about what you don't show that will get their imagination going into overdrive. Try some of these oh-so-hot poses that will turn your partner on without compromising your chances to run for the Senate someday. Instead of a money shot, try picking a more family-friendly part of your bod and presenting it in a sexy way, like your legs.
Mormons are also taught "Families can be together forever. Marriage is unbelievably amazing and indescribably painful; I have been at it for 28 years with my soul mate. In her obviously orthodox Mormon paradigm dad's a bishop, she went to BYU and on a missionunderstand that she believes her husband must be an orthodox Mormon and get married to her in the temple. He was also a poor communicator and felt he didn't need to voice certain things, like 'I love you'. Can anyone suggest specific talking points from content on LDS.