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    I wish I had a bed room door this morning actually when somthing very emberassing happened when I my mum came in to wake me. I am not saying what it was but "sticky" should give you an idea and it was a dream before anybody says anything so I couldn't stop it!
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    (Original post by sparkler)
    lol, my mother snoops like a...er...snoopy... (????)

    :rolleyes:

    hahah or like a nosy and neurotic mid 40 year old woman who's hell bent on finding incrimintating things heheheh,

    but these days i'm a good boy
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    (Original post by Fly By)
    hehe why??

    i havent got a lock but i got one of them "sliding things", (what they called?)
    I don't know...

    I can't have a bolt on my door either!
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    I wish I had a bed room door this morning actually when somthing very emberassing happened when I my mum came in to wake me. I am not saying what it was but "sticky" should give you an idea and it was a dream before anybody says anything so I couldn't stop it!
    hahahah jesus christ, was she shocked? hahaha did she mention it to you?


    sounds like something that happenned to me last week - i woke up in a daze, and i had 'morning stiffness' and i'm sure it was very noticablelol
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    (Original post by Sami_ThePeelite)
    hahahah jesus christ, was she shocked? hahaha did she mention it to you?


    sounds like something that happenned to me last week - i woke up in a daze, and i had 'morning stiffness' and i'm sure it was very noticablelol
    Apart from the smell and evidence in my underwear I think I got away with it. I hope I did anyway. I hate them kind of dreams as you really cannot do anything about. Its the first tiem I've had one for months which prooves my bits are now working again
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    Random point, I've never had a wet dream in my life!

    However I have been sleepwalking alot recently, and nobody's said anything, but I have a bad feeling I might have been sleepwalking with um how can I say it, a big boner?
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    (Original post by fishpaste)
    Random point, I've never had a wet dream in my life!

    However I have been sleepwalking alot recently, and nobody's said anything, but I have a bad feeling I might have been sleepwalking with um how can I say it, a big boner?
    lol, oh well! next time tie it down before you go to sleep...
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    (Original post by Fly By)
    lol, oh well! next time tie it down before you go to sleep...
    to the bed? Could be quite painful if I try to get up..
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    (Original post by fishpaste)
    Random point, I've never had a wet dream in my life!

    However I have been sleepwalking alot recently, and nobody's said anything, but I have a bad feeling I might have been sleepwalking with um how can I say it, a big boner?
    although im psychologically scarred by this convo im interested...
    loads of guys have different explainations for "Morning Glory"
    does anyone actualy kno the reason because apparently its something medical to do with glands n stuff :confused:
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    Is there a medical reason for wet dreams?
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    (Original post by icklehc)
    although im psychologically scarred by this convo im interested...
    loads of guys have different explainations for "Morning Glory"
    does anyone actualy kno the reason because apparently its something medical to do with glands n stuff :confused:
    It's correctly called a priapism -- after a follower of Bacchus in Greek mythology called Priapus, who had one permanently.
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    When I was 11 I wired an alarm in my bedroom door, everytime the door open annoying buzzer would sound.
    Oh dear, I did that too, it also had a silent function where a light lit up and a pressure pad under the top step. Do you think that makes us geeks?
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    (Original post by Alexander)
    It's correctly called a priapism -- after a follower of Bacchus in Greek mythology called Priapus, who had one permanently.

    realy? in one way a lucky guy ( no need for viagra)
    in others ways not so lucky ( ud knock everything over) thats assuming he was well endowed of course otherwise may have looked as though he permanantely had a cocktail sausage down his trousers :eek:
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    Did you have the lock fitted so ur parents could keep you in, or so you could keep people out when ur, ahem, busy?
    xox
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    (Original post by sashh)
    Oh dear, I did that too, it also had a silent function where a light lit up and a pressure pad under the top step. Do you think that makes us geeks?
    I beat you both, my pressure pad completed the circuit for my stereo, it played ABBA whenever you entered.
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    (Original post by fishpaste)
    I beat you both, my pressure pad completed the circuit for my stereo, it played ABBA whenever you entered.

    lol thats kool!
    seriously im impressed!
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    (Original post by kindersurprise)
    Did you have the lock fitted so ur parents could keep you in, or so you could keep people out when ur, ahem, busy?
    xox



    hahah both really, just nice to lock the door,to avoid the frantic repostioning and reajustment etc... lol
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    (Original post by icklehc)
    although im psychologically scarred by this convo im interested...
    loads of guys have different explainations for "Morning Glory"
    does anyone actualy kno the reason because apparently its something medical to do with glands n stuff :confused:
    hehe dont be scare
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    (Original post by Sami_ThePeelite)
    hahah both really, just nice to lock the door,to avoid the frantic repostioning and reajustment etc... lol
    Ur at manchester grammer?
    Hahaha, im at withington lol
    xox
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    All of the bedrooms in my houses have locks on the doors. They're hardly used though.
 
 
 
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