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- v. make gouges into a surface
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Even the dragon should know that those claws could gouge out nickel-sized disks of flesh.
I will forever be haunted by the faces my exes made when they orgasmed, and knowing that they saw my face during that unfortunate time is enough to make me want to gouge out my own eyes with a rusty spoon.
When I ask you to give a little something back to the community, to those in need, you act as if I wanted you to gouge out your eyes.