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Definition funny of Makura:
Sex with a dakimakura or love pillow. A Makura is a person that has found having consentual sex with dakimakura or love pillow very fulfilling and pleasureable. One reason is that a pillow never says no nor complains a headache, and it actually does not mind being used as a sex object like Chopper Sik Balls). Makura devotees claim that masturbation is impersonal, that ejaculation into thin air may to be disappointing, while cumming against your dakimakura to be very satisfying. Makura is a form of safe sex, because you cannot catch a STD from your pillow unless you share it with somebody Makura-Bang, and you do not need to wear a condom because you cannot get your pillow pregnant.
Justin Loves his Dakamakura, Cassandra, "I think he may be a Makura -Boy".
Songs about Makura:
GuruGuru (feat. Izumi Makura) by Cherry Brown from the Album Out From My Casket [Explicit]
Ishi No Makura by Takashi Sato from the Album Ishi No Makura
Kyogen -Makura- by Kuroko from the Album Time Is Color
Makura ?Prologue? from Ichi no Tani Futaba-Gunki "Kumagae Jinya no Dan" by Tsudayu Takemoto & Danshichi Takezawa from the Album Music of the Bunraku Theatre - Ichi no Tani Futaba-Gunki "Kumagae Jinya no Dan"
Makura No Naka by Kusu Kusu from the Album Kwenda
Makura No Naka by Kusu Kusu from the Album Jambo [Best Of Kusu Kusu]
Nekura Makura Pt.1 by CDR from the Album 25
Books about Makura:
Makura-no-tomo-Zensyu (Shortshort) (Japanese Edition) by sanji (Sep 10, 2014)
Three great classical literature: Makura no Soshi The Pillow book Hojoki An Account of My Hut Tsurezuregusa Essays... by Sei Shonagon, Kamo no Chomei and Yoshida Kenko (Oct 12, 2014)
Makura No Sōshi by Seishonagon (1000)
Makura-no-Tomo 1 (Shortshort) (Japanese Edition) by sanji (Mar 22, 2014)
Makura-no-Tomo 2 (Shortshort) (Japanese Edition) by sanji (Mar 22, 2014)
Makura-no-Tomo 3 (Shortshort) (Japanese Edition) by sanji (Mar 22, 2014)
Sei Shonagon- Makura no sôshi: Das Kopfkissenbuch der Dame Sei Shonagon (German Edition) by Vesela Dimitrova (Apr 29, 2008)
Wiki information Makura:
The Pillow Book is a book of observations and musings recorded by Sei Shōnagon during her time as court lady to Empress Consort Teishi during the 990s and early 11th century in Heian Japan. The book was completed in the year 1002. In it she included...