US navy allow first public gay kiss!

Written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 22 December 2011

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Lesbians waiting outside the US navy recruitment centres hoping to lick some salty pussies!

The US Navy have allowed two of its' sailors, who just happened to be lesbians, to kiss in public. The straight men on board on seeing the two kiss disappeared into the toilets with a copy of Playboy. The gay male sailor fraternity also run off to their cabins for different reasons, to show some solidarity, but not in public please.

After their public snog the happy pair were asked why they had become lesbians and what was the main reason for joining the navy, here their answers:

"I met Marissa on board and we thought we'd have a great time bedding the male sailors, but unfortunately they were either married or gay so we fell in love with each other, 80 days at sea can be lonely you know!"

"The reason why we joined the navy was to get amongst real men who were lonely, needed some sex on-board and we thought, great let's go for it, but after a while we noticed that the male sailors were either gay or married so we decided to do some sea-salty licking ourselves!"

The US open gay policy is becoming very popular as lonely lesbians and gay men flock to the recruiting stations, I wonder why? I couldn't, I'd be sea sick all the time!

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