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September 19, 2015, 04:20:37 AM

Offline Jed

I nearly bought the book 'Wild' recently about a girl who hikes the 1000+ mile Pacific Crest Trail.  I'm into backpacking and figured it might be an interesting read.  That was until I heard Oprah Winfrey was a fan of the book, and you can buy copies with Oprah's favorite parts underlined?

Well I didn't buy the book based of it sounding too much 'touchy feelie' and appealing to women instead of men.  However I just saw the movie with a still hot Reese Witherspoon, and it had short flashback scenes of her fucking any guy who asked.  In one scene she's a waitress waiting on two guys.  Next she's in the alley with both of them.  One fucks her under her uniform from behind.  When he's done, the other sets her sitting on on dumpster or something and fucks her under the uniform from the front.  I guess she just goes back to work after that?  The flashback scenes are very short.  I hope she got a good tip from those guys.....

I may just buy the book now and see if it has any scenes of her humiliating herself like that.  Any description of the actual hike would be good too.

September 19, 2015, 11:13:27 PM
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Offline vile8r

Any fuck scene with Reese Witherspoon is worth my attention!

September 20, 2015, 12:01:36 AM
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Offline Jed

There are several sex scenes in that movie, but they are all fleeting flashbacks.  In one, some guy she meets soon has her in a motel standing bent over the footboard of a bed drilling her from behind.

October 29, 2015, 09:42:40 PM
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Offline darklord

Good movie all in all, and yes, the nude flashback scenes only made it better.

October 29, 2015, 09:58:22 PM
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Offline Jed

I did buy the book and read it.  I did like the book, but any hope for some degrading sex scenes in it was dashed.  There are just a few vague references to that.

I'm a backpacker and just went on a couple trips, so it was nice for that and to get a feel for what long-distance hikes are like.