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    Ack, too much "love" talk here. Never been in a relationship before. Rather depressing though.
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    hehe I just got that via PM as well this second. So you mean you women like being the dominating and like to see men as objects? :confused:

    My parents never gave me a certain talk, my dad tried to but I told him to piss off.
    What possessed him to do this?
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    (Original post by blissy)
    My boyfriend is taking me away to a Castle in the South of France in July. Images of long pointy hats with muslin floating off them and dirty groomsmen infiltrated my mind...
    Have fun.
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Hey I read an article explaining why men are too lazy to do housework. Apparently its something to do with being hunters and not paying attention to details whereas women are more 'gatherers' and notice these things more. Or, could be we're all just lazy
    I;m too lazy to do housework, and I'm a girl. And when I am made to do it, my mum usually complains about my sloppiness
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    (Original post by blissy)
    A little bit of objectificaiton - that is tomfoolery, a little domination (but of course if you say no, you mean no) can be rather fun. Bodice-ripping, damsel in distress, beign ravished and all that.

    Or have I said too much?
    Well, well, well, a right little S&M queen we have here!
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    (Original post by blissy)
    My boyfriend is taking me away to a Castle in the South of France in July. Images of long pointy hats with muslin floating off them and dirty groomsmen infiltrated my mind...
    wow, for our romantic holiday we're going to leeds festival :cool: hmmmm.... a tent and lot of sweaty bodies *might do it for some people*

    hehe, he's got some romantic suprise for me this saturday. i think he's taking me out for a meal, but i've no idea where or anything, tis kinda cute.

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by blissy)
    No, at times women like to be seen as objects by men. In a chivalric way though. Perhaps you should have waited your dad out!
    I suppose it's only if they want to be dominated though, in which case you're still in control!
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    I;m too lazy to do housework, and I'm a girl. And when I am made to do it, my mum usually complains about my sloppiness
    I used to do it but I got lazier and lazier as I became older and older.... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    wow, for our romantic holiday we're going to leeds festival :cool: hmmmm.... a tent and lot of sweaty bodies *might do it for some people*

    hehe, he's got some romantic suprise for me this saturday. it hink he's taking em out for a meal, but i've no idea where or anything, tis kinda cute.

    lou xxx
    awwweeee...I haven't had a romantic suprise for ages.
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    (Original post by blissy)
    My boyfriend is taking me away to a Castle in the South of France in July. Images of long pointy hats with muslin floating off them and dirty groomsmen infiltrated my mind...
    hehe I never knew you Oxbridge people knew anything about sex. I thought you were all supposed to be so inocent until you got married. Although this probably just what you tell your parents
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    hehe I never knew you Oxbridge people knew anything about sex. I thought you were all supposed to be so inocent until you got married. Although this probably just what you tell your parents
    What has academic work got to do with your private life! :eek: And you complain about people stereotyping Salford.
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    (Original post by Percy)
    What possessed him to do this?
    I think mummy told him to as I was about 14 and still hadn't had the talk. My dad came in the room at 11:00pm and said "ian is their anything you want to talk about" I knew what was coming so I said "No go away" my suddenly had a look of relief on his face and walked out.
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    Wow, does BLissy go to Oxford or Cambridge?
    Hail!
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    (Original post by blissy)
    What has academic work got to do with your private life! :eek: And you complain about people stereotyping Salford.
    hehe sorry it was a joke, it was supposed to be worded like it was a deleberate stereotype. Sorry I didn't mean to cause a offence, I don't actually believe it.
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    awwweeee...I haven't had a romantic suprise for ages.
    i hadn't either, we've kinda got into a routine of doing the same things so it's nice to have a suprise. but i don't know where it is, so i don't know what to wear.... but i will get clues apparently.

    and corey, there's nothing wrong with letting the guy be in charge every now and then. it's the whole being vulnerable and him beinhg in charge/protecting thing.

    lou xxx
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    i hadn't either, we've kinda got into a routine of doing the same things so it's nice to have a suprise. but i don't know where it is, so i don't know what to wear.... but i will get clues apparently.

    and corey, there's nothing wrong with letting the guy be in charge every now and then. it's the whole being vulnerable and him beinhg in charge/protecting thing.

    lou xxx
    I never said there was, I think you missed the tone of what I said, dear
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    (Original post by valcandy)
    Wow, does BLissy go to Oxford or Cambridge?
    Hail!
    I did chuckle out loud when I read that. I feel unworthy of being here - I was the token stupid one . I live in perpetual fear of being found out . Helenia is here too - she is far cleverer than me because she is a medic :eek:
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    I think mummy told him to as I was about 14 and still hadn't had the talk. My dad came in the room at 11:00pm and said "ian is their anything you want to talk about" I knew what was coming so I said "No go away" my suddenly had a look of relief on his face and walked out.
    How did you find out the facts of life then? I found out by watching LIVE TV! on cable.
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    hehe I never knew you Oxbridge people knew anything about sex.
    What in the world! Boy you really are such a naive, misinformed youth
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    I think mummy told him to as I was about 14 and still hadn't had the talk. My dad came in the room at 11:00pm and said "ian is their anything you want to talk about" I knew what was coming so I said "No go away" my suddenly had a look of relief on his face and walked out.
    Ha! My parents told me when I was 3 about where babies came from. Took me a long long time after that to work out that people didn't just have sex to make babies

    Valcandy - yes, blissy does, along with me and a few others. We're mortals, honestly. And I am all innocence (ahem), just to keep AT's stereotype happy.

    (Original post by blissy)
    I did chuckle out loud when I read that. I feel unworthy of being here - I was the token stupid one . I live in perpetual fear of being found out . Helenia is here too - she is far cleverer than me because she is a medic
    Not true! not true! I am a medic, yes, but I'm not cleverer than blissy!
 
 
 
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