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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 16:54

And now....back to our subject.....

"What is the craziest thing you have ever done for love?"

Uh......got my ear pierced? Did a swan dive into a snow drift in my shorts?

God.....I'm such a wild man.....

~URock



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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 16:51


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Amaster Wrote:

i wans had to eat my girl frind out to get head

I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to all the women on this site. 99.99999% of Ohio men are not like this. By the way, what are you "Amaster" of?



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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 09:06


Mandalay207 write:
Amaster Wrote:

i wans had to eat my girl frind out to get head

I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to all the women on this site. 99.99999% of Ohio men are not like this. By the way, what are you "Amaster" of?

He is 18, certainly not a master of much..maybe a master of bator?



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Posted on Sun, Jun 05, 2005 06:28

Amaster Wrote:

i wans had to eat my girl frind out to get head

I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to all the women on this site. 99.99999% of Ohio men are not like this. By the way, what are you "Amaster" of?



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Posted on Sat, Jun 04, 2005 11:56

i wans had to eat my girl frind out to get head



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Posted on Mon, May 30, 2005 23:10

Thanks Min & Sharp..well certainly in my own experience, men sure show up at the places and times I least expect when I m doing what I love ...lol
Recently I was at an investors' meeting and being the token woman in the midst of a whole room of pin-striped Brit uppercrusty types, I spoke my views..and when I left, this nice young guy ran after me in the lift and wanted to find out if I still practise tax law and offered to buy me lunch except I had to rush...so just do what u feel like doing and leave the men to trail after u if they are interested..women today have forgotten the art of 'playing hard to get' which makes the chase so much more challenging and exciting and that is always what the men love..after all that is why they love competitive sport so much..



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Posted on Mon, May 30, 2005 03:42


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Min..love to go to Africa but I want to see S. America too..
Sharp..man or no man..just go with the flow of your own plan..he will just have to fit with your plan...you are worth it...and whatever you plan he will just have to go along..
(sorry listen to this bossy old boot...lol) but trust me, men usually have no plan and their social life has to be planned by someone else and it is usually their wives or secretaries..



Sharp - listen to Bonnie here! That sounds like an excellent plan! (For me too actually - lol)



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Posted on Sun, May 29, 2005 14:56

Min..love to go to Africa but I want to see S. America too..
Sharp..man or no man..just go with the flow of your own plan..he will just have to fit with your plan...you are worth it...and whatever you plan he will just have to go along..
(sorry listen to this bossy old boot...lol) but trust me, men usually have no plan and their social life has to be planned by someone else and it is usually their wives or secretaries..



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Posted on Sun, May 29, 2005 14:20

Great! But I do hope you will have met "your man" by then Sharp - a man worthy of your intelligence and beauty!

There are so many interesting and exotic and exciting places on this Earth....
Another thing I'd love to do is a safari trip in Africa.
Or take a trip on the Orient Express...
etc etc etc.... and the list goes on...



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Posted on Sun, May 29, 2005 08:12


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Bonnie - your trip sounds similar to my friend's but I think hers went a little better - lol.
I will ask her again for the details and will get back to you Sharp!
I'd still like to do it....
who wants to accompany me...?? Not this year though... next year...?



Hey Min,
If my single status doesn't change in the next year, I'd be more than willing...and if by the grace of God it did, well maybe he wouldn't mind if we went together, he might even want to tag along. lol We might pick up a few other ladies who'd like to go! It would be a blast!
Most of my friends can rarely go away ... work, limited holidays, kids...I have kids to, but I can call my own vacation schedule. When I'm away, it's good quality time my kids can have with their father.



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Posted on Sun, May 29, 2005 07:43

you bet they are strong, even the small guys they carry our entire luggage on baskets strapped to their heads..and walked on bare feet and sometimes only rubber slippers wearing only their shorts and a flimsy old shirt in minus zero temperature, such hardy lot..but you might be in danger of getting their hair lice if u get strapped in their baskets on their head..everywhere I ventured, there were women spending their time in the sun combing kids' hair and their own trying to de-lice...lol

  


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Posted on Sun, May 29, 2005 05:55

oh really?? how strong are they? or should I start losing weight??

  


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Posted on Fri, May 27, 2005 22:52

WEll like I say I am a bit of a mental masochist to take all these mesochistic suffering all for the love of a man..
Make sure you have plenty of nice Gurkha guides to carry your luggage..and they might even carry you too if you want...



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Posted on Fri, May 27, 2005 17:47

Bonnie - your trip sounds similar to my friend's but I think hers went a little better - lol.
I will ask her again for the details and will get back to you Sharp!
I'd still like to do it....
who wants to accompany me...?? Not this year though... next year...?

  


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Posted on Fri, May 27, 2005 00:43

Sharp and MIn,
'Cushy 'means you have to check into the Tiger Hotel and only do short 2-3 day sojourns out of your cushy 5 star hotel into the well trodden paths lined with tea-houses run by gurkha soldiers after they retired from the British service to the Queen..all very civilised and smacks of a Grace Kelly version of 'Africa'. with afternooon teas and white linen napkins in the midst of the mountains.and full make-up on ..lol
Yes...at my age I could do with lots of 'cushy' travel..no more dirty smelly backpacks sans bath and loos..
I remembered at one of the villages we had to line up with the rest of the villagers at a public tap to get water to brush our teeth in the freezing cold...lol ..it was not funny .not on your honeymoon at least!!



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Posted on Thu, May 26, 2005 22:03


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Sharp and Min,
You have not heard the rest of my honeymoon. It was a very expensive trip, 5 porters to carry our tents and cooking utensils and food..but the state of their hygiene left much to be desired..you have to be prepared for cold and basic facilities..we hiked all the way to the Tibetan borders..a town called Jomson..which looked like the moon..sand dunes and dusty wind storms , very haunting but difficult life there, not enough wood to even start a fire..and flew back on a plane that carried all forms of livestock from a goat to chicken on board and the route was through canyons and rather precarious terrain..I fear we were rather ignorant about the sort of life-threatening risks we were taking to go on a journey like that..went on a bus that did not have brakes which careered down the valley on its own momentum and when it stopped all the men had to get out and pushed the bus till it started again and then they had to run after the bus ..so my advice is to check thoroughly the tour operator and the reliability of your trip..and please bring your own water and anti-diarrhea pills cos both my husband and friend came down with dreadful tummy all thru the trip..


It sounds like a wonderful trip I would have loved to have done 20 yrs ago, now I'd like to do it, but a little more cushy as Min suggested. I'd definitely be carrying a prescription that would cover a widespread variety of parasites. I do so just going to Mexico. One never knows. I met a lady who got deathly ill and lost one of her kidneys after picking up a parasite in Mexico years ago and a 5 star hotel. It was my 1st trip (6 yrs ago), and I couldn't believe she'd risk going back!



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Posted on Thu, May 26, 2005 10:16


It does take courage Bonnie, and I can relate to the fear. But it's necessary to overcome that fear and take the risk of putting ourselves out there._______________________________

I often believe that love and marriage , like religion could be assimilated and preached only when one is young and innocent. I don't fear marriage but I love my freedom too much to exchange it for the unknown and to take on someone else's baggage-note the last term..'responsibility and baggage.
right person? I think I met alot of 'Mr. Rights' in my time since my husband passed away..but never seem to find the need or desire to commit to anything long term..and that is why men find me a real enigma..and I wish there were more men who think like me.. and prefer LAT..lol



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Posted on Thu, May 26, 2005 10:04

Sharp and Min,
You have not heard the rest of my honeymoon. It was a very expensive trip, 5 porters to carry our tents and cooking utensils and food..but the state of their hygiene left much to be desired..you have to be prepared for cold and basic facilities..we hiked all the way to the Tibetan borders..a town called Jomson..which looked like the moon..sand dunes and dusty wind storms , very haunting but difficult life there, not enough wood to even start a fire..and flew back on a plane that carried all forms of livestock from a goat to chicken on board and the route was through canyons and rather precarious terrain..I fear we were rather ignorant about the sort of life-threatening risks we were taking to go on a journey like that..went on a bus that did not have brakes which careered down the valley on its own momentum and when it stopped all the men had to get out and pushed the bus till it started again and then they had to run after the bus ..so my advice is to check thoroughly the tour operator and the reliability of your trip..and please bring your own water and anti-diarrhea pills cos both my husband and friend came down with dreadful tummy all thru the trip..



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Posted on Thu, May 26, 2005 09:36


Bonnie88 write:
sharp,
Ignorance is bliss and so is love when blind..I often wonder if I could do it all over again , now that I am older and wiser...do I have the courage or capacity to love that way again...lol



It does take courage Bonnie, and I can relate to the fear. But it's necessary to overcome that fear and take the risk of putting ourselves out there. You do have the capacity to love that way again, it's just a matter of the right person coming along and drawing it out from you. Patience is bliss. :-)
I've thought this myself & I heard it from more than one man that as we get older we are more set in our ways, or know better what we want and it just seems harder to find that right person.

CP...you're just a young pup...you haven't reached that way of thinking yet! lol



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Posted on Thu, May 26, 2005 09:22


Minerva415 write:

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sharp1 write:
Bonnie your honeymoon sounds like a nightmare! lol You must have really loved him! :-))



No kidding. I'd take the 14 days in the Himalayas anytime but I don't know if I'd be hip to one of my ex's being along for the whole ride. Must have been very interesting!



I'll second that!! (CP's remark about the ex)
That's one of the many things I would love to do: go on one of those trekking trips in the Himalayas. Without the same mishaps you had though Bonnie - lol.
A colleague of mine did that fairly recently and she said it was fabulous and very well-organised. It was a "cushy" kind of trek - the organisers would set up camp for them ahead of time wherever they had to stop for the night and cook delicious fresh meals at every stop. They had to get up at dawn every day and got to see the sunrise. She loved it. My kinda trek... lol



Min...I'd love it if you could get the details of this trip from your friend so one day I could look into doing such a trek too. I love collecting potential trip itineraries. I have one from a friend who did Chile & Argentina...she did all the research online using Lonely Planet, and booked it all herself. One of these days.... (sigh, dream, lol) hopefully with a significant other!