"It only holds so much you know!"
As always when reading Lizzie's T&P threads (we have been spared the T&A threads thus far probably because Liz does not have a jack-azz in her backyard zoo with her pussies and tits), I am principally interested in the purely scientific/anatomical aspects of her exploits while disregarding the pejorative vulgarities. Therefore, are vestibular cavities less spacious in old England than they are in the Americas? Or do the rugae just exhibit greater density thereby limiting volumetric capacities?
I do have a general question regarding the common vernaculars of old England. I am not for sure and for certain what a vicar is, so I looked it up. It has been said that scumbag Mr. Clinton used a cigar in a, well you know (t)what, during an Oval Office extracurricular session and I was wondering if Liz is in fact a misspelling dyslexic and she meant cigar instead of vicar? I can understand how a cigar could corrupt such a structure, a la Clinton's insertion technique, but not how an ecclesiastical, most likely celibate and saintly vicar could, especially if he was a Roman Catholic altar boy-liking vigar, er, vicar (see how easy that mistake was)
In the English language, c and v and g are similar phonetically: cee vee gee. Therefore:
Liz, this is a test: can you distinguish the differences between:
dog and god? cig and vic? or cog and vog? or vig and vic? or gov and...?
Lizzie, Liz, Liz, what ARE we going to do with you young lady?