Yesterday, I went to my sister’s house for a workout.  While I was there, my nephew showed me a large box of sports cards he had bought at a yard sale this past weekend.  They ranged from football to baseball, basketball and hockey.

Now, the woman he bought them off of told my sister that there were some cards of Hooters girls.  It didn’t take me long before I was rummaging through them, and what I found wasn’t Hooters girls, but flat out naked women.  My nephew kept his head turned and his eyes averted while I cherry picked the bad ones.

Here is an example of one:

In case you’re wondering-yes, I did take pics of some of the cards for the express purpose of using them as wallpaper on my phone.  Unfortunately, most of them did not turn out well.  On the way home, I threw the cards away.

I say that to say this.  When I was workinf third shift, I use to download pictures of naked women and use them as home screen wallpaper on my phone.  By the time I got home in the morning, I would have it changed back to my regular theme.

By far, two-well, three-of my favorite types of pics to search and save, were retro porn pics of women (you know, the ones where the woman’s pussy hair looks like it hadn’t been trimmed in a month), black women pics, and interracial sex pics; particularly, a black man fucking a white woman.
Since I left third shift, I hadn’t had a problem with this.  Until now.  Here recently I started it back up, and even though I am working around a lot more people, I still set a nude pic as my wallpaper.  What happens if I get caught?

So, last night and today, I have been searching pictures of 90’s era women, and have downloaded about ten.  Here’s an example.

Courtesy of Playboy

Why do I do this?  I know that I am not going to use all these pics as my wallpaper, so why do it?  I am a conundrum, even to myself.

Graveyard Night

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