How to get free sex from an orgasmic massage

By LOUISE GOLDFINI / Staff reporterRICHARD BURROWS was a master of a sexual massage.

He used his fingers and arms to massage his girlfriend’s breasts and buttocks.

He also used his hands and feet to rub his lover’s stomach.

And while he did this regularly, it was in a very intimate setting and not a full-blown sexual encounter.

Mr Banks was a successful businessman and an avid masseuse when his girlfriend died in 2010, and he was devastated.

But on a hot day at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne’s south-east, Mr Banks got a surprise.

When he reached down to massage her breasts, he found his heart stopped.

“I’ve got a big, hard nipple on my chest, and I’m trying to get that nipple off, and the breast just keeps moving, it just keeps going.

It’s not moving at all,” he said.”

And then it starts to move around and I can see the nipple, and it’s so hard it’s like it’s on fire, it’s all on fire.”

Mr Banks and his girlfriend, who was in her late 30s, had met in an internet dating site.

“She was quite the sexy woman,” he says.

“So she was quite a bit older, and she had quite a big tits, and her nipples were very large.

And then she also had a small amount of pubic hair on her lower body.

So we ended up doing a lot of kissing.”

It was then that Mr Banks realised something was wrong.

“At the time I was just in a daze, I just thought, ‘I wonder what the hell happened’,” he said, wiping away tears.

“It just wasn’t happening to me.”

It took four years to find the cause of Mr Banks’s heart problem.

The medical mysteryThat’s when he started to feel a strange urge.

“As I’m doing it, I’m thinking, ‘oh my God, I can’t do it’.

I’m going to have a heart attack.

I don’t know what it is,” he explained.”

Then the next thing I know, I get to the hospital.

And it was like a flash.”

Mr Wilson, now 45, says he has had a similar experience.

“One time I got into a bit of a panic when I realised I couldn’t do something that wasn’t normal.

I couldn.

I could not do anything normal,” he recalled.”

In retrospect, I should have done something different to get a pulse, but I didn’t have a pulse.”

Mr Nelson says he had a very similar experience after having a heart bypass in 2006.

“You know, when you have a cardiac arrest, there’s an automatic defibrillator that’s connected to the heart,” he explains.

“There’s a pump that goes through the heart and it comes out and the heart stops.

So you can’t move it and it keeps going and it goes down the wall.”

He says this was not the case for Mr Banks.

“If you’re not a cardiac patient, and you’ve got that heart defect and you can still be resuscitated with a defibrilator, you’ll have a heartbeat again,” he added.

“My experience was, you know, it took four or five minutes, and that’s when I knew something was terribly wrong.”

The mystery of why Mr Banks suddenly stopped being able to have sex with his girlfriend is still unknown, but it is believed he may have contracted HIV.

But the real mystery is why Mr Wilson was so surprised.

“He was in the same boat as me,” he admitted.

“For me, it didn’t happen to me.

For him, it happened to him.”

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