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threesome

A session of sexual activity involving three people.
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To celebrate Valentine's Day, the Menage a Trois Treble Bed is available with 20% off until the end of February, as well as free UK delivery; boasting a truly innovative design, this bed promises to bring a special new dimension to any bedroom and relationship-no matter how unconventional.
En esta ultima, el presente de la enunciacion corresponde al reencuentro del trio, Ana, Esteban y Jorge, y el menage a trois, canalizado a traves de la amistad y el amor platonico en su juventud, queda relatado o mostrado en algunas analepsis actualizadas o escenificadas (segun establecen las didascalias del texto).
Their closeness and rivalry provide one of the movie's emotional threads, at one point resulting in a messy menage a trois among Jackie, Hilary, and Hilary's husband.
Strip the credits off "Menage a Trois" and you'd think it was the work of Todorovsky fils (Valeri) rather than his 72-year-old pore, Pyotr.
In a macabre menage a trois, the newly hatched nematodes feed on the bacteria feeding on the dead insect.
If a woman has a menage a trois with her husband and his clone, has she violated her wedding vows?
Jacobi's Second-Hand Goods, 1994, a shabby menage a trois on a raw mattress, suggests an "Adult" Sundance short more than a fashion image.
Shelley renames her Emily and imagines her living in an ideal menage a trois with him and his wife; eventually, he and Emily would live perfect lives on an island paradise.
Once one can rationalize each trick into an instance of monogamy -- excepting the occasional menage a trois -- perhaps meaning will emerge.
The company acquired the Menage a Trois brand in 2004, when it totaled about 24,000 cases; today, Trinchero sells more than 3 million cases of the wine.
Returning to the Established Growth category is Trinchero Family Estate's Menage a Trois lineup.
Today the crutches are an integral part of her identity and have given rise to fruitful questions about relationships and body image in a multi-media age at the centre of her dance-based piece Menage a Trois, with the National Theatre of Scotland.