Most importantly, be proud of your tool
Maille writes, “It’s a running joke in most cities that bottoms are a dime a dozen and that a good top is hard to find. (And, yeah, that a hard top is good to find.) But even if tops are a rare breed where you’re from, just because they’re in demand isn’t an excuse for them not getting the job done, if ya know what I mean.”
The article actually only highlights 5 tricks, but the BB Team thinks the last paragraph should probably be a highlight.
If you’re a top, read up. For the curious here’s “Tip for Tops #1: Most importantly, be proud of your tool.”
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Thursday September 2, 2021