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Picture a cool summer night cruising with your friends the wind whipping off your butt cheeks as you speed past multiple cars Mooning someone may seem like a simple task but it is an art form that takes great skill and practice Why who and where are three of the questions that must be answered in order to achieve the ideal atmosphere needed to properly moon someone The first step to mastering this art is to decide why you want to moon someone Many people choose to moon others out of pure enjoyment The roaring laughter and hilarity of exposing your rump to an unsuspecting victim is a great source of entertainment Some people moon others to simply to piss them off but this generally only happens to grouchy older people who hate stupid kids and to jealous boyfriends I often moon people after being tailgated to infuriate them and get revenge for them tailgating me However everyone has his or her own reason to moon someone you have to find your own motivation to make it work for you After you have decided why you must select whom you are going to moon For me this includes people I dislike Just the look of total rage as an enemy spies those two big ham hawks flying past them in an inspiring sight to see Then there are those who moon their family and friends this selection may be an easy target but it is not as effective This is due to the fact that your family and friends are usually expecting you to moon them thus it loses its shock value In my opinion the best people to moon are total strangers Strangers have the greatest expressions on their faces after someone they do not know has just mooned them They either laugh and cheer or they follow you on a high-speed chase to catch you and beat you senseless I have experienced both
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