I’m sorry - your make-up looks so sexy today It looks like you put a lot of thought into your outfit too But your make-up will be erased And your pretty clothes will come off baby
I’m sorry - my room is a bit messy I had time but I didn’t clean it on purpose Because it’s gonna get messy anyway, oh baby
* Turn off your phone so no one can interrupt us, come right next to me Turn off your phone, let’s leave to our own little world starting now Let’s hug each other, let’s kiss each other Do a sexy dance for me in your bare body So baby, turn off your phone Let’s spend our own hot night together
Baby oh girl it feels so good Wrap your slender legs around my waist, don’t ever let go I’m so into you, I don’t wanna stop, keep going girl I’m yours and you’re mine - trust your body to me girl I’ll satisfy your every fantasy right here * repeat
Whoo girl, even with the heater off, this room is so hot Scream out my name so all the neighbors can hear I knew I couldn’t last a day - my hair grew so fast at thoughts of you (T/N: In Korea, they say your hair grows faster if you think dirty thoughts.) It’s so unfair - you have everything - I spent my whole life searching for a girl like you An elegantly sexy girl - that’s you Your face looks young but your body is like an adult, so sexy and chic You know everything you need to know but your heart is so kind Your picture is my desktop image, I miss you everyday like a letter If you’re not right for me, then I’m a sinner - I’ll drink you like champagne * repeat
“Lykoi” is the Greek word for “wolf” and it has been adopted to name a new, fascinating cat breed. Also known as the werewolf cat, the Lykoi owes its very distinctive look to a natural genetic mutation that occurred in a few completely unrelated litters. One was from a Sphinx mother, one from a very common black domestic shorthair.
These cats have been tested for possible genetic illnesses and have been found to be healthy, so a few breeders have decided to try and make it into a proper new breed. In 2012, the Lykoi went before the The International Cat Association (TICA) and were passed to “Registration Only” status. This means that they are now a recognized breed with TICA.