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    Default a beast in the sack?

    What does it mean "a beast in the sack"? I googled this phrase, but I could not find its definition.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: a beast in the sack?

    Have you more context? It means little to me.
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    Default Re: a beast in the sack?

    Quote Originally Posted by sevas View Post
    What does it mean "a beast in the sack"? I googled this phrase, but I could not find its definition.

    Thanks in advance.
    Very wild in the act of lovemaking.

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    Default Re: a beast in the sack?

    That explains why it meant little to me.
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    Default Re: a beast in the sack?

    ...and me.

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    Default Re: a beast in the sack?

    Oh, Jed, that response had me literally (in the real sense of the word) laughing out loud. I needed that today!
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