At UC-Davis, Students Can't Register Until They Concede It's Wrong to Say 'I'd Hit That'


The University of California, Davis, requires students to complete an online activity in which they must identify certain words and phrases as "problematic" before they register for classes. Students are prompted to match "I'd hit that," "I raped that exam," "bitch," "pimp," and "slut" with the correct explanation for why each term should not be uttered.

The correct answer for "I'd hit that" is, "Expression used to indicate interest in having sex with the subject of the statement. This phrase indicates an inherent connection between sex and a physically violent act." Here is a screenshot of the quiz, courtesy of the Foundation for Individual Rights:

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FIRE informed the university that the activity violates students' First Amendment rights, since it requires them to affirm that these words are indeed problematic. FIRE's Susan Kruth explains:

There is no option for students to argue that the phases aren't problematic, or to simply acknowledge that the phrases are considered problematic by many. Students must agree that they are problematic.

As FIRE notes in our letter:

"While UC Davis is free to urge students to consider the broader social and political implications of their speech, the university cannot, consistent with students' right to be free from compelled speech, require its students to adopt certain viewpoints or affirm that particular types of constitutionally protected speech are objectionable as a condition of their ability to register for classes at the university."

University administrators maintain the activity is consistent with First Amendment principles because students are still permitted to register even if they get all the questions wrong. But this is merely akin to letting students choose from a range of compelled viewpoints—they are still compelled to express one of those viewpoints. The College Fix's Greg Piper summarizes the university's position as, "you can pick your god as long as you pray."

Additionally, I would heartily dispute that merely using the word "bitch" promotes violence. But I would be forced to change my mind if I tried to register for classes at UC-Davis.

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  1. Seems like this is a one-way street.

    Reminds me of when I was working in an office when the Bobbit story came out. A male co-worker and I wondered aloud if all the giggling women would think it was funny if a woman had been mutilated.

    1. Hell, no! There would be hashtags flying around everywhere!

    2. California: where free speech and free love meet the gestapo dressed in a quilt.

      What if you are on the baseball team?

  2. I'd hit that bitch and pimp that slut just to register for DiffEQ.

    1. Differential Equations are an act of microagression because they focus the way the equations are different, singling them out for their otherness.

      From now on, they shall be known as Samerential Equations.

      1. Math is hard.

      2. So what does Samerential calculus accomplish?

          1. well earned LOL!

      3. nice SJW parody

      4. Linear Algebra is also quite misogynist. Vectors are clearly phallic and ejaculatory in nature. An vector spaces therefore must not be safe spaces for wimmens, we may as well call them rape spaces!

      5. Don't even get me started on the Slutsky equation.


    2. Nice...

  3. The correct answer for "I'd hit that" is, "Expression used to indicate interest in having sex with the subject of the statement. This phrase indicates an inherent connection between sex and a physically violent act."

    Lies and calumy.

    1. Hilariously, "I would kill that person for money." isn't victim-y enough.

    2. Yes. Like "crash" indicates an inherent connection between sleep and and physically destructive descent. *sheesh*

  4. Never, ever use language idiomatically and always find ways to be insulted by non-literal use of language.


    1. Do you even know what an idiom is?

      1. A colloquial metaphor.

        Oh, that's actually correct.

      2. Yes.

        Do you?

        1. Launcelot: "I have to do this because...because it's my...um....ohhhh, what's the word..."

          Launcelot's Assistant: "Your idiom."

          Launcelot: "Yes! My idiom...."

          1. *reference to show whooshes past my head*

            My bad.

            1. In addition to demarcating the distinction between classical liberal and a libertarian, Archer is the 21st-century version of Atlas Shrugged for non-cosmo libertarians. It has it all: evil commies, incompetent/lazy bureaucrats, government contractors run amuck, and Rothbard-beloved Bondian characters.

              Plus likable gay men in an era before gay was cool and thus solely the province of libertarianism.

      3. Listen, buddy. If you call me an idiom one more time, I'm going to bash your face in.

        1. He's not your buddy, fwend!

          1. Your not his fwend guy!

  5. "This term romanticises the the profession of someone who sells other people's bodies as a comodity."

    UC Davis, where ideological feminist positions apparently take precedent over spelling.

    1. You know what romanticizes the profession of someone who sells other people's bodies as a commodity?


      1. Yeah, make it rain Goldie!

        As a youngster I am now encouraged to sell people's bodies and/or treat them as commodities.

        1. "The Mack" is what inspired a whole group of high school seniors and juniors (girls and boys, mind you) to have a Players' Picnic and Players' Ball at my house.

          Good times.

            1. +1 Buck Nasty

      2. I was going to say "University President" and/or "University Professor" but your link was hilarious.

    2. And really, only the very cheapest of whores could be thought of as a commodity.

      1. Only luddites and watermelons would oppose the commoditization of whores.

    3. UC Davis, where ideological feminist positions apparently take precedent over spelling.

      And grammar, unless when they say;

      The correct answer for "I'd hit that" is, "Expression used to indicate interest in having sex with the subject of the statement. This phrase indicates an inherent connection between sex and a physically violent act."

      they mean masochistic auto-eroticism, as the subject of the sentence "I".

      1. By subject, they mean the individual subjected to voluntary sexual activity.

  6. "...if I tried to register for classes at UC-Davis."

    Why would you want to do that? The notion sounds perverse.

  7. "Bitch" has become a pretty desexualized term, IMO. Used as a verb, it applies to the whinging of men and women alike.

    Even used as a noun, it is applied to men and women (probably more to women, but still) as a pejorative.

    The range of meanings of "hit" also encompasses more than violence. "I'd hit that" is just an extension of "being hit on" or propositioned verbally. "Hit me" is used to ask the dealer for another card, the bartender for another drink, etc.

    Feminists: Fighting imaginary battles from 20 years ago because progress!

    1. what about "bitchin'"

      Is that not, somehow related?

      1. I got 9 problems and a bong ain't one

        HIT ME!


        1. Add 90 problems to that, please. Thank you.

          HIT ME!

          1. The bong made the other 90 problems go away.

            1. but which 9 did you get left with?

    2. What if they were saying "I'd hit that" in regards to a bong that they see being passed around...

      Is that equating drug use with violence?

    3. My wife just sent me a text expressing her unhappiness at being scheduled to work Black Friday. She referred to her employer as "bitches."

      I wonder what the derps at UC would think. No, actually I don't.

      1. Also, "black Friday" = teh racist.

        That is all.

        1. Exactly, when are whites, asians and latinos supposed to worship at the altar of commerce?

          1. well for the interest of political correctness we are allowing anyone who identifies as a specific race to show their fidelity to the commerce gods on any colored day they identify with

        2. But in that case "black" is positive. You want your balance sheet in the black.
          "Red" is bad in the context, so I guess it is still racist, but against American Indians.

          1. Ooof.

          2. bitch, its nigga tuesday! dont make me hafta exercise my pimp hand.

    4. But it's still bad (like "pussy") when applied to men because it implies that feminine characteristics are bad for men to have. I think that's the answer you could expect.
      "Bitch" as a verb meaning to complain does seem to be pretty un-gendered.

      1. But it's still bad (like "pussy") when applied to men because it implies that feminine characteristics are bad for men to have.

        Or, its application to men could mean that the undesirable characteristics (being bitter, spiteful and passive-aggressive) are no longer (strongly?) associated with the womynz.

        1. That would be my interpretation. Those traits are not desirable in either gender.

      2. I never got that argument. People insult women by ascribing male characteristics to them all the time. So when you insultingly insinuate that a woman is manly, does that mean you're disparaging masculinity, and being misandrist? Promoting the matriarchy?

        I suppose I shouldn't ask for internal coherence from a group of people who think gravity is a form of rape.

  8. What, no "DAT ASS"???

    1. Words that "hurt", Steve. Dat ass never hurt anyone.

  9. As soon as I hit this slut article, I knew you bitches would rape the comment thread.

    1. *golf clap*

  10. It amazes me how people have zero evidence of harm before they implement such policies.

    This is, like, their opinion, man.

    Seriously, why? WHY? also, HOW?!

    Is there no one with sense enough in these organizations to stand up to these language bullies?

    1. Your mistake is assuming that the organizations are not composed of the very same people.

      Once again I must point out that the vast majority of these people are emotionally disturbed in the clinical sense. The patients are running the asylum.

      Someone here once pointed out that the comments on feminist blogs read like a inventory list for psychotropic drugs.

    2. What do you mean no harm?!! 1 in 4 women get raped! If everyone would just watch their language, there would be no rape. Or something.

      1. Who needs words to rape?

        I was raped by a mime once. He did unspeakable things to me.


        1. now where the fuck did I put that pistol????

  11. What about:

    You dick
    Stop dicking around

    1. or, more to the point- mansplaining.

      If you haven't encountered this term- you are lucky. People take it very seriously and think it's acceptable and has meaning.

      1. I've only ever heard it here, and still have no idea what it's supposed to mean.

        1. If you've ever tried to clarify a point to a woman using traditional notions of Western logic, you've mansplained.

        2. It's the opposite of "bitchsplaining".

      2. I have yet to hear anyone use "mansplaining" seriously. I think I will have a hard time not laughing out loud when I do.

    2. Peckerhead is one of the better insults in the language. It was uttered with perfect timing/context in Surf's Up...a penguin cartoon.

      1. peckerhead used to be an electricians term which refers to the junction box on the side of a motor.
        not very insulting

  12. "Expression used to indicate interest in having sex with the subject of the statement. This phrase indicates an inherent connection between sex and a physically violent act."

    Or, you know, slang.

    1. or "sex and violence, sex and violence, SEX AND VIOLENCE!"
      love The Exploited

  13. The correct answer for "I'd hit that" is, "Expression used to indicate interest in having sex with the subject of the statement. This phrase indicates an inherent connection between sex and a physically violent act."

    Since when does the expression have to do with violence? Since Andrea Dworkin received her 57th raping?

    1. In the same way that "fire away" or "shoot me down" means you are literally asking someone to kill you with bullets.

      1. It's duck season! Fire!

        1. Wabbit season!

  14. Is it wrong to say "I'd tap that?" Or is that similarly violent?

    1. Or is that more in the realm of an effeminate slur?

    2. A tap is more gentle than a hit. So it's an effeminate slur.

      1. But if for instance, I said to my buddies that I'd tap that" about a fellow bar patron wouldn't I be implying that I am indeed effeminate and by extension celebrating femininity? Or have I just stared to long into the void?

        1. Femininity is a patriarchal social construct, shitlord.

    3. Depends what kind of shirt you're wearing when you say it.

      1. +1 Puffy Shirt

    4. How about "I'd buy that for a dollar!" Is that still allowed?

  15. University administrators maintain the activity is consistent with First Amendment principles because students are still permitted to register even if they get all the questions wrong.

    Then what's the point of having it in the first place? Isn't this admitting they have no compelling interest?

    1. Indoctrination

    2. University administrators maintain the activity is consistent with First Amendment principles because students are still permitted to register even if they get all the questions wrong.

      If you aren't allowed to advance off that page until you give the correct answers, then I'm pretty sure this is a lie.

    3. That's so when the Womyn's Linguistics Auxiliary later catches them using unapproved language publicly, they can point to this and boot them out summarily.

  16. Don't worry as soon as any group of white intellectuals start using "street slang" the street will come up with new and often worse terms. Try and limit all you want nature has a way of working around our self imposed limits.

    1. see in the navy we used to call people NUBs sounded out like "Newb" meaning "New Useless Bitch"
      this was determined to be verbal abuse so we switched to just saying Newb and decided it meant Newbie
      the language police censored that one claiming discrimination
      now we just use the phrase Currently Unqualified Naval Trainee
      god i love acronyms

  17. Words that hurt?

    How about,


    1. Trivialization of coercive sex ("fuck"), indications of violence ("cut"), and disrespectful of the poor who need that government spending. Report for reeducation, Mr. Brooks.

      1. What about "I like the cut of your jib..."

        1. JEP

          It's obvious that you really meant "cut of your Jew".

          You are obviously a Zionist in favor of genital mutilation.

        2. it discriminates against non-sailors

        3. As sailor, I would say that means the shape of their body - taunt would be good, floppy bad.

  18. Would they be happier if students did away with the euphemism, and therefore any suggestion of violence, by being forthright enough to say "I'd enthusiastically consent to fuck her/him"? I mean, is it the sentiment itself, or just that particular configuration of words?

    1. Puts me in mind of the old Carlin bit on the 7 dirty words:

      And we mentioned shit earlier, of course. Two of the other 4-letter Anglo-Saxon words are Piss and Cunt, which go together of course. But forget about that. A little accidental humor there. Piss and Cunt. The reason Piss and Cunt are on the list is that a long time ago certain ladies said 'Those are the two I am not going to say. I don't mind Fuck and Shit, but P and C are out. P and C are out.' Which led to such stupid sentences as 'OK, you fuckers, I am going to tinkle now.'

    2. it's targeting the activity - sex among students - by focusing on the language. It's like a new puritanism but from the left. If it can simply make enough words associated with sex unpalatable, then at some point the activity itself is impacted. Wild ass theory, but I'm having one those days.

      1. Well that's really my point. Nobody is actually mentally deficient enough to presume that "hit that" is referring to actually assaulting the person in question, it's a euphemism for sex. So is it that particular euphemism to which they object, or is it the suggestion of sexual desire more broadly?

        1. It's difficult to disentangle, but I think it is more about the expression of sexual desire. Or, to be more specific, it is treating women as "objects" of sexual desire.

        2. I'm going with the latter- the target is the desire itself. It seems counter-intuitive coming from the left given its perception as socially freewheeling. That perception, however, is a chimera, which is very much in keeping with the left.

      2. Progressives have been wild-eyed puritans from the very inception of the Progressive Movement.

    3. IIRC, the f-word is thought to have come from the (old English?) word "ficken", meaning "to strike".

      So you can't say that either.

      1. And so we come full circle.

        1. come and see the violence inherit in the system! help help im being repressed

  19. This phrase indicates an inherent connection between sex and a physically violent act.


  20. and Orwell's junior anti-sex league takes another incremental step forward. At some point, you have to look beyond the terms we use and see the activity to which they relate. Some busybody group is unhappy that 19- and 20-year olds, many living unsupervised for the first time in their lives, might be attracted to and have sex with one another. CA has tried to curb sex with the ridiculous yes-means-yes law and this is a backdoor means of attacking the activity. It has dawned on no one that this bodes poorly for society.

    1. a backdoor means of attacking the activity.

      Backdoor, you say? Go on...

      1. +1 but the little girls understand.

        1. Related yo article not comment. Meant to put this at end.

          1. Try it again, more slowly, and enunciate this time.

    2. Just stamping out some items of Doubleplusungood Oldspeak.

  21. my roomate's step-aunt makes $77 every hour on the computer . She has been fired for five months but last month her payment was $20090 just working on the computer for a few hours. site here.....

    ?????? http://www.payinsider.com

  22. The bottom line of this is that UC Davis is demanding that students identify with certain ideological stances to register for classes. How in God's creation they expect this to pass constitutional muster is beyond me. I wonder how the folks who instituted this will react when the screw turns and they're the ones forced to recite ideological mantras?

    1. The hallmark of proggies is their refusal to acknowledge the most basic Iron Laws of human society, including:

      Me today, you tomorrow.

    2. I think it's also to lay the foundation for any future student conduct discipline. "You knew those words are offensive and inappropriate because you went through that coverage to register!"

      1. I see you have at some point, worked at a University. =)

  23. ...students are still permitted to register even if they get all the questions wrong...

    The implication being that there are right and wrong viewpoints on what is or isn't "problematic" speech.

    Also, what happens to the results of each student's little ideolgical purity test? Do they become part of each student's file? Will students who get the questions wrong be required to take some kind of sensitivity training or some shit?

    Frankly, the fucking bitches who came up with this shit should be pimp slapped to death and their corpses raped by STEVE SMITH.

    1. and warty.... they must be raped by the doomcock

  24. I wonder how many people sketched lewd acts on that paper.

    1. It was online. That sucks balls.

  25. My daughter's high school has a mandatory class called Freshman Seminar, in place of taking freshman history. The new class is designed to explore stereotypes, micro-aggressive and macro-aggressive speech, yada yada. My daughter reports the class was a complete joke that perpetuated more stereotypes than she & her friends ever knew existed. I wonder if the people behind this movement are closet bigots themselves, walking around with all sorts of racial and ethnic cliches and stereotypes in their little heads? Kind of goes hand-in-hand with racial identity politics.

    1. All of them.

    2. When my wife and I got married, I was constantly telling her that various words or phrases were euphemisms for sex. Eventually she stopped responding because she realized that I could make that connection for almost everything - and she started seeing the connections... even as outlandish as they were.

      People who want (or expect) to see or hear something will. Those that are innocent will eventually pickup the signals and see them as well.

      What fanatics fail to realize is that not everyone has the same sensitivity to outlandish connections that they do. What is worse is that they fail to see that what they think they are seeing/hearing are outlandish at all.

      1. I remember explaining male and female electrical connections to my wife. "The male one has the prong that fits in the female one."

        "Why is it that way?" Tick tick tick "Oh."

        1. because "Patriarchy!!!!"
          the proper terms are the load and lead side, get with the times... yes they have infiltrated the NEC

      2. "People who want (or expect) to see or hear something will."

        I operated a business for many decades - and needed a new office assistant. So, I interviewed quite a few and boiled it down to about four who I have my co-managers also interview. I sent "Steve" in to interview "Carol" and when he came out I asked him what he thought.

        "I'd Fuck Her" was his answer with no hesitation.

        To say that folks don't think like this would be total BS....we even had one applicant who we didn't consider because she was too hot and we were scared that the "chemistry" wouldn't work out.

  26. I imagine the veterinary school applicants may have a problem figuring out the correct connection to "bitch" as "female dog" is not a provided option.

  27. The test should have included space for alternative language:

    Wrong: I'd hit that!
    Right: I'd SO hit that!!!!

    In this way students could demonstrate proper punctuation skills, in addition to to improving the written expressions of their true thoughts.

  28. I'll guess this is instruction in higher level hypocrisy.

  29. What about "Shag it and tag it"? Is that still okay?

    Really, I'm glad that UNC (or whatever the punk college is) does this, because it lets people know on the front in that they're weirdos, and that the student can expect four or more years of this same nonsense. Move on to the next college, in other words.

  30. So what you have here is a course that teaches college freshmen how to curse, and tells them who they should aim those curses at for max effect.

  31. They even managed to squeeze in an idiotic slur against sex workers with the stupid "sell their bodies" line. No one who has any pretension of respecting womens' sexual autonomy has any business using that condescending Victorianinsm.

    1. i really dont see why selling sex is such a bad thing, i mean if youre good at it shouldn't you get paid for the work?
      Income inequality!

  32. my roomate's mother-in-law makes $66 /hr on the computer . She has been without work for 8 months but last month her paycheck was $21762 just working on the computer for a few hours. take a look at the site here....

    ?????? http://www.payinsider.com

  33. Just think of the horrible, despicable sexual crimes that were prevented by this questionnaire.

    Take that, rape culture!

  34. "Bitch" = animal metaphor thoroughly dehumanizing to women (and men), refers to women as sub-human and intended to emasculate men.

    "Pig" = animal metaphor used acceptably and freely to describe misogynistic men who call women slurs like "bitch".

    "Cunt" = slang for female genitalia and one of the most dehumanizing and misogynistic slurs in the entire human language.

    "Dick" = slang for male genitalia used acceptably and freely to describe misogynistic men who call women "cunts".

    1. I am both repulsed and attracted to the word 'cunt'.

      I use it all the time.

  35. Sticks and Stones will break your bones but apparantly words will irreparably scar you for life

    1. when i was in elementary school there was this poster that said "sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will REALLY hurt me"
      i wrote fag in huge letters on the forehead of the crying boy depicted
      the admins freaked out and made my whole class do sensitivity training and called my dad in for a conference. when they showed him what i did he laughed his way right out of the office. we had a discussion about not getting caught and not admitting to things when an authority figure asks.

      1. Holy cow, that's funny! Well played!

        (And this is coming from someone who learned full well that, despite all the adults around me who tried to tell me that words didn't hurt, knew full well from all the bullying I had received, that words very well do hurt. I think I'm scarred for life from them, mostly manifesting itself is shyness and a desire to stay away from people, above and beyond my natural introversion. Even so, I'd like to think that I would have had the same reaction to the poster had I seen it, even in Elementary School, even if I wouldn't have had the courage to deface the poster myself...)

  36. Don't be such a PIG, talking (obviously degradingly) about bitches and their cunts! What are you, some kind of a DICK? Ya think yer Dick Tracy or sumthin'? I'd ask you not to be such a "bitch", but I'm not sure if that is allowed or not, seeing as to how "Proprietist" does not ID yer sex...

    1. Remains my favorite handle. Strongly suspect this is Bob Murphy's post-closing-time, Reasonoid alter-ego.

  37. I see that "I'd bang that twat in a Jew York minute" is not mentioned... So that must be OK, then, amirite?!?!

    1. Ooooops! So sorry, typo... Before y'all ask me if I am with Storm Front... I did NOT mean to type "Jew York"... I meant to type "New Jerk";` that may be more accurate for SOME o' that them thar "folks" ah has met, from that them thar neck o' the woods...

  38. Pretty sure the "hit" and "tap" in that expression were never referring to violent acts.

    1. we obviously have VERY different sex lives

  39. "The correct answer for "I'd hit that" is, "Expression used to indicate interest in having sex with the subject of the statement."

    In the statement, "I'd hit that," that (the thing I would hit) is the object of the statement, not the subject. The subject is I.

  40. my roomate's step-mother makes $70 hourly on the internet . She has been out of work for 10 months but last month her pay was $19227 just working on the internet for a few hours. original site.....

    ?????? http://www.payinsider.com

  41. As Judge Nap recently noted, "The sine qua non of compelled speech is Truth."

    If the Govt, or one of its agencies like a State University, has the power to compel certain speech, it must be factual speech ("I swear to tell the Truth, the whole Truth and nothing but the Truth...").

    The Govt, under our Constitution, may never compel the utterance of an Opinion the speaker my not hold. To require a person to hold certain opinions about the meaning of words is, of course, quite the opposite of education and is much more like indoctrination. It is not worthy of a free people.

    UC Davis PC-speak is on the wrong side of history.

  42. I'd ace this test if the answer to every one of these questions is: Because cultural marxists think that every hurt feeling is an act of micro aggression that perpetuates white male dominance over oppressed minorities along a spectrum of races, sexual identities and socio-economic positions.

    Or at least: Because of stupid people.

    Anyway, If that test were given to me as is, I'd seriously question why the fuck I want to go to UC-Davis in the first place. It sounds like I'd have to spend four years changing diapers whenever some cause-head looses his shit at a snarky remark I make. And to be clear, I say a lot of snarky things, so that's a lot of shit to clean up.

  43. I'd love to visit a UC-Davis dorm for a day... It would be like a safari for me. All of these crazy people being terribly mindful of their language... checking their privilege.... and other symptoms of progressive derangement syndrome...

  44. What if the person saying "I'd hit that" were into S&M? wouldn't violence and sex be the point? i suppose i could change the wording to "I'd whip that" or "I'd dominate that" but methinks the SJWs would have a problem with my sexual orientation.
    these people would cry if they knew what real sex was

  45. What about, "I'd hit that... with affirmative consent at each step."?

    I've never heard someone say they raped something figuratively. Is that a thing or are they just afraid that it's a thing?

    1. If its not a thing, I would derive great pleasure if it became a thing because of this stupid test.

      1. I raped my entry test at UC-Davis, and all i got was this lousy kit

        1. I believe the kit belongs to the test.

  46. "I raped the exam!" Does that mean they sexually dominated a piece of paper? Is there a difference if alcohol is involved? (depends on the exam?) What if the paper was mimeographed and had that "purple smell"? (ask someone older than 35 about that...)

    When recalling a pugilistic event, and using the phrase "He was hit over and over!"... Is this now a description of a sexual encounter?

    So the utterance of "bitch" can't be a term of endearment? Even when spoken from a woman to another woman? Is it still considered "hateful" when used by a woman to accurately (but idiomatically) describe a woman of acerbic temperament? Should we treat "bitch" like" "nigger": acceptable for the right group only?

    Does this mean the terms "He really pimped out his ride" is a now sexist term? Would a SUV be offended at being called "phat" because it's "size-ist"?

    So the "Slut Walk" which is not being embraced by promiscuous (i'm sorry... Sexually explorative?) women and especially sex workers by illustrating the sexual empowerment of women, is no longer a good thing? This term needs to be reconsidered because it's inherently sexist?

    Utter ridiculousness! Unless "utter" is unacceptable based on it's homophony to "udder" which could be considered anti-bovine!

  47. I knew a UC Davis girl once who was into S&M. A dentist's daughter. Some drilling was involved. Unfortunately I didn't have the good sense to spank her.

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