With all the members who are enduring "dry spells" I wonder why this has not come up before. When I was young and in the military, I used to pay a neighbor lady who had a baby and was pregnant to give me a b.j. from time to time. The pay was minimal, $5, 4, 3 or whatever. Neither one of us had much money then. She seemed grateful even though she was not that experienced at it. Grateful for the additional income, that is.
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