wife-swapping


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wife-swapping

nPartnertausch m; wife-swapping partyParty fmit Partnertausch

wife-swapping

[ˈwaɪfˌswɒpɪŋ] nscambio delle mogli
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Unbeknown to Ashley, it is run by wife-swapping couple, Tori Tyler and Steve Guile.
The host urges revellers to put their car keys in a Santa hat - the popular idea of wife-swapping.
The couple used the pseudonyms Magdy and Samira on a website and in emails to organize wife-swapping parties and orgies and managed to get 44 couples signed up for Cairo swinging sessions via the website.
The good-looking star of Gattaca and The Talented Mister Ripley hit the headlines with reports of wife-swapping romps that allegedly ended his marriage to actress Sadie Frost.
EVEN though it's kicked off a nation-wide debate and we're told one million Brits are at it, Jude Law denies he and ex-wife Sadie ever indulged in wife-swapping.
The fact that this man dabbled in homosexuality and wife-swapping seems to be no impediment to critical acclaim,.
OR DO THE NIELSEN RATINGS SHOW THAT WE'RE OBSESSED WITH WIFE-SWAPPING REALITY SLEAZE?
A FORMER Coventry policeman has been forced to resign from his job with the Humberside force after being accused of asking a grieving widow if she was into wife-swapping.
Trudie Styler has revealed that she and her rock star husband Sting have indulged in wife-swapping, it was reported today.
There, Eddie's teamed up with Monty Pippin (Julian Rhind-Tutt), a cop who lies his way into wife-swapping parties to get lucky and must contend with the eternally impending exasperation of the prim yet fiercely sharp and ambitious Scotland Yard superintendent, Nathanial Johnson (Colin Salmon).
In the atelier equivalent of wife-swapping, Poussin visually offers Frenhofer his flawless mistress as a means to get a peek at the big guy's lady-and his secrets.
The couples end up wife-swapping, so that Meunier and Askegard, Ansanelli and Marcovici, and Kistler and Soto have a chance to mix it up in a color-coordinated frenzy.