Here, Diesel exclusively reveals his unique contribution to the art of anal sex (click image to enlarge):
“The ‘Bully’ is a version of the ‘reverse cowboy’,” he explains. “It’s done standing up with the bottom’s back facing [the top]. The top places his arms underneath the bottom’s arms and locks him into a headlock position, lifts him off his feet, and then the bottom can be pounded off the ground with his arms above his head, and his legs wrapped around [the top’s] waist. It takes a lot of strength to do it, and it takes even more strength to do it well.”
Somehow, we feel that Diesel has just the right amount of strength to pull the maneuver off.
Imagining this astounding choreography, we can’t help but feel transported back to the humiliating days of high school gym class, when we weighed under 100 lbs and got picked on for not wanting to take showers with the football jocks. Perhaps by reclaiming the move as adults we can get some kind of personal revenge on the pimply meat-heads that terrorized us in our youth, that is, in elaborate fantasy sequences involving Diesel and Diesel only: “So far I haven’t seen the position done the way I do it,” he continues, “I have seem attempts and versions where the bottom is in same position but never in a headlock, or when the camera couldn’t get good footage of the pounding, or when they haven’t been able to hold the position for longer than a couple seconds at a time before the top tires out. So if I see it being done, that postion is now called the ‘Bully’.”
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