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Friday, 29 January 2010

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Hard To Have Privacy For "Mile High Club"

A couple from New York say their bubble wrap sex club is better than the Mile High Club by a long shot.

Johnson and Fanny Swisher of Nookie Corners in upper New York say they had a horrible time trying to get into the Mile High Club where you have to have sex on an airplane one mile up before you can become members.

"First of all, it''s hard to fit two people into the bathroom which is the only place for any privacy. The rules state that it has to be on a regular flight, not a specially booked one", stated Johnson.

The couple said they had avoided sex for three weeks so that it would be a quickie but that Johnson had taken two Viagra pills just to be on the safe side.

"After Johnson got a big cramp that almost blew the door open, I got the door handle up my rear end", stated Fanny. "It's a good thing that it was locked good."

"Then I kept accidentally flushing the commode with each stroke", stated Johnson. "It's a good thing I was ready to blow to begin with, or we'd never made it. But we did."

And the Bubble Wrap Club you're now in?

"Oh, it even beats the "Glow Worm Society", stated Fanny.

The couple then explained that all you did was spread a two foot by two foot square on a hard floor and the object was for Fanny to pop every single blister before Johnson pops off.

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