Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by saturn5, Nov 26, 2010.
Oh, thanks for the clarification!
I guess they used a rubber glove.
He has five penises. His condoms always fit him like a glove.
I meant that he'd put it on his hand when.... oh nevermind
Don't forget, they got married later on. At least according to the novels.
That was a horrible, horrible thing. Especially after reading The Pandora Principle, or the very similar DC comics' Saavik origin story.
Wisely is right because that kid was a minor....and Robin Curtis...well...wasn't. I don't like those implications so...I'd rather believe his chi was focused (That's what she said)
Saavik didn't do it with Preston. He had a crush on her, but it never went anywhere - she didn't return it, although she did befriend him after Spock explained to her what a crush was.
Saavik and David were indeed having it off though.
And Spock looked to be at least 17 when he and Saavik were into it...
About 80 years after being teacher and pupil, and both without romantic partners in all that time in between, they decided it was... logical to become partners rather than remain alone.
I know some human teachers and students who impatiently waited about five years till they thought that society might accept their decision.
The VDs of the many outweigh the VDs of the few.
^ Or the wang.
Really, what exactly is the age of consent on Vulcan?
Maybe he dry humped her.
"Uh Spock, I have my period."
What happened on the Genesis Planet stayed on the Genesis Planet. But yeah, they totally did it.
And the great thing is she never had to tell David she cheated on him. Cause that Klingon f*cked him up pretty good.
I'm thinking 50ish .
Not surprising, girl. (No offence.)
Of course he did. He patented the Spocker.
Two for the Live long, Two for the Prosper.
Between that image and your Avatar...
Well here in the UK it's 16 so maybe on Vulcan it's about that age.
Oh I don't know, he's Star trek character. They have a way of coming back when you least expect it.
I have a dirty mind, so...
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