Football and Baseball - Philadelphia Style

Filed under:Balls, Bonnie Delight, Carly Phonesex Cream — posted by Carly Creams on July 29, 2013 @ 7:57 pm

As some of you know I am again back in my beloved Philadelphia - and today the wonderful #5 Donovan McNabb hung up his qb jersey and #5 has retired - he was a great quarterback and he is a lovely man and will always be loved and respected here in the City of Brotherly Love.

The Phillies have no shot at the playoffs, oh well.

So although I don’t have a lot to celebrate sports wise here guys so give a girl a hand - or better yet give a girl a call and let me guide your hand to some yummy mutual masterbation - when there’s nothing worthwhile watching on TV there’s always something going on in our pants - let’s start that fire!


Lets Get Wet

Filed under:Dirty girls, PhoneSEX, Uncategorized — posted by Molly on July 26, 2013 @ 3:40 am

(Reuters) - The world’s top swimmers will be vying to fill the void left by Michael Phelps as the world championships begin without the decorated American in Barcelona on Sunday.

Phelps, who ended his glittering career after last year’s London Olympics, will be watching from the stands at the hilltop Palau Sant Jordi, a venue for the 1992 Olympics, as some of his old rivals bid to take his place as the global face of swimming.

Americans Ryan Lochte and Nathan Adrian, Australia’s James Magnussen, Sun Yang of China, Frenchmen Yannick Agnel and Florent Manaudou and South Africa’s Chad le Clos will be the ones to watch as the sport comes to terms with the absence of Phelps who amassed 26 world championship and 18 Olympic golds.

Lochte is defending the most titles from the last world championships in Shanghai in 2011, including the 200 metres freestyle, the 200 metres backstroke and the 200 and 400 metres individual medleys.

Among the women gunning for gold medals and world records are Americans Missy Franklin and Katie Ledecky, Lithuania’s Ruta Meilutyte, Chinese Ye Shiwen, Cate Campbell and Alicia Coutts of Australia and Ranomi Kromowidjojo of the Netherlands.

Judging by the form book, the Americans are likely to take the absence of Phelps firmly in their stride and top the medals table for 13th time in 15 editions since the first world championships in Belgrade in 1973.

The former East Germany briefly knocked them off their perch in 1982 and 1986.

“The United States has been the globe’s aquatic power for eons,” according to influential website

“Even as the country undergoes a transition period, there is no reason to believe the Red, White and Blue won’t remain on top of the world pedestal,” they added.


South Africa’s Le Clos caused a sensation in London when he pipped Phelps to win gold in the 200 metres butterfly and deny him a third straight title in his favourite event.

The 21-year-old suffered an injured shoulder around the turn of the year and has decided to compete only in the three butterfly events in Barcelona.

“Michael Phelps was a role model and an inspiration for me when I was growing up so I will miss him a little bit,” Le Clos, who has become good friends with his boyhood hero, told a news conference on Wednesday.

“He’s going to be in the stands watching and hopefully watching me doing well.”

The world championships also offer a chance for traditional powerhouses Australia to redeem themselves after a woeful performance in London.

A damning review said team management had failed to prevent a “toxic culture” from developing in the squad, which produced Australia’s worst Olympic results in 20 years.

Abuse of alcohol and prescription drugs, as well as flouting of curfews and bullying, had gone unchecked and contributed to the underperformance, the review said.

The nation’s swimmers can put that right in Barcelona and fans will be expecting the likes of Magnussen and Christian Sprenger among the men and Campbell and Coutts on the women’s side to step up.

China, meanwhile, are cautiously optimistic and head coach Yao Zhengjie has set a target of four golds.

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Let’s Play Ball

Filed under:Balls, Baseball, Beer & Peanuts, Dirty girls, Football, PhoneSEX — posted by Ballcatcher Amanda on July 11, 2013 @ 10:39 pm

Your favorite summer time sports and contests are going on all around the world! From Volleyball on the beach, to the HOT swimsuit contests. I know all that competition gets your blood RISING so with Baseball mid-season and Football getting ready to start, you will need to work off that energy and who better to do that with than me? I love to play with balls, or you can dunk your dick in one of my holes. Whatever games you want to play I’m a good sport, I play them all!! No taboos. mommy/son, brother/sister. whatever your desires or fetish, this slut will fulfill them. Let the games begin by giving me a call!


News On Kobe

Filed under:Balls, Basketball, PhoneSEX — posted by Molly on July 1, 2013 @ 3:23 am

Kobe Bryant can stand on his toes, which isn’t quite the same as dunking a basketball but does mean the surgically repaired Achilles tendon in his left foot is improving.

The Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard has been working one-on-one with team physical therapist Judy Seto and told that the progress has been good.

“It’s feeling really strong; I can walk without a limp,” Bryant said. “I can go up the stairs and just stand on my toe, which shows a lot of strength in the tendon.”

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The Lakers’ roster is still taking form, with Dwight Howard’s free agency overshadowing Bryant’s recovery lately as the top story out of Los Angeles. But Bryant was the team’s best player last season, when he averaged 27.3 points, 6.0 assists, 5.6 rebounds and 1.4 steals a game as a 34-year-old.

He’s battled through a littany of injuries in his NBA career and says he’ll continue to rely on his skills to overcome diminished athleticism as he heals and ages.

“You just adjust,” Bryant said. “I don’t think it’s reinventing the wheel or anything like that. If you have to play a slower game, you play a slower game. If you have to post up more, you post up more. If the explosiveness and speed is there, then it’s there and you use it in moderation.”

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He still expects to be back in the lineup by early December, at the latest. And when he’s back, there won’t be any hesitation or coddling requried.

“That’s one thing that you can really count on as long as I’m here,” Bryant said. “I’ll be out there ready to go, playing at a high level.”

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