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it seems from your posts on this forum that you need to educate yourself on hiv transmission and risks. your questions have gone from one extreme to another:
cut on lip and sharing a cigarette
girl touched your anus while giving you a handjob
had teeth cleaned at the dentist
girl poked you in the eye with her breast
while giving you a handjob a girl tried to stick her finger up your @ss
AND lets not forget...was the needle reused when i got my test?
please visit the community archives before posting anymore questions. i think most of these have probably at some time or another been discussed (except maybe the ole breast in the eye)
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