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« Reply #20 on: Mar 03, 2003, 01:56PM »

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So, whats you take on the whole lets-show-everyone-how-much-we-care-for-each-other type of thing.

As long as it  is simply a display of "affection" and not an intention/indication that one is about to initiate a reproductive act I think it's fine. Having grown up under the dark cloud of Protestant Christianity        There is something quite satisfactory about walking out on a public pier, watching a sunset arm-in-arm.       I suppose  a high school student would be accused of inciting some undesireable behaviour and the line between "affection" and the, well, hmmmm, "other" touching might be blurred.

In talking to many old people I can tell you their biggest regret was that they didn't  love enough----no one has ever said, "Gee, I wish I hadn't been so affectionate."        Think about it.

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« Reply #21 on: Mar 03, 2003, 05:31PM »

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In talking to many old people I can tell you their biggest regret was that they didn't  love enough----no one has ever said, "Gee, I wish I hadn't been so affectionate"

Remind me to tell you about my crazy ex-girlfriend sometime..........  
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« Reply #22 on: Mar 03, 2003, 10:25PM »

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Remind me to tell you about my crazy ex-girlfriend sometime..........    

Is now, O.K.?     The suspense is killing me!
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« Reply #23 on: Mar 04, 2003, 01:52PM »

it is actually true. the teachers couldn't do a whole lot because of the sheer number of students. for atleast a semester, just before the new school opened up, we were the largest school in north carolina- closing in around double the capacity the school was meant for. in the biggest rooms they would sometimes hold two intirely different classes at the same time. we had atleast 5 classes going on in the library(because of this it was closed to the students except before and after school or unless they had a special pass). students outnumbered teachers by a very large number. throw on the fact that very crowded halls block most vision past 2 or 3 feet and it's hard to watch people.

****, you could grab the bum of the girl walking in front of you in the hall and she wouldn't have a clue who did it.
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« Reply #24 on: Mar 05, 2003, 01:40PM »

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****, you could grab the bum of the girl walking in front of you in the hall and she wouldn't have a clue who did it.

grabber, or grabee, dere, Frank?

hee hee hee...............          
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« Reply #25 on: Mar 05, 2003, 01:51PM »

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Remind me to tell you about my crazy ex-girlfriend sometime..........      

Is now, O.K.?      The suspense is killing me!
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Well... the last girl I dated who wasn't BW (we've dated on and off since my junior year of high school,BW and I) was a little.... clingy. So after we broke up, she called me so often that I got three phone numbers changed, and ditched a cel phone (still don't know how she got that number!) Then when BW was pregnant with GS, CEG somehow got the idea that I'd love her again if only BW was no longer pregnant. I got a restraining order at that point. But she loved me!

Also why I try to be careful not to reveal my identity- she's still out there!!  
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« Reply #26 on: Mar 05, 2003, 03:19PM »

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 CEG somehow got the idea that I'd love her again if only BW was no longer pregnant. I got a restraining order at that point. But she loved me! Also why I try to be careful not to reveal my identity- she's still out there!!    I see what you mean......
It seems one needs to know the difference betwen love and obsession.  
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« Reply #27 on: Mar 06, 2003, 01:01PM »

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 CEG somehow got the idea that I'd love her again if only BW was no longer pregnant. I got a restraining order at that point. But she loved me! Also why I try to be careful not to reveal my identity- she's still out there!!       I see what you mean......
It seems one needs to know the difference betwen love and obsession.      

unless the obsession is mutual!
           

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« Reply #28 on: Mar 06, 2003, 01:14PM »

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...unless the obsession is mutual!
                       

How dare you stick your tongue out at me young lady! What would Ed think?      

I still think the goal is to be "conscious" even while you're enjoying the moment. If you're  both obsessed it rather doubles the chances for making mistakes. Or not. Just forget us wrinklies......

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« Reply #29 on: Mar 06, 2003, 01:40PM »

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How dare you stick your tongue out at me young lady!

Almost, but not quite, as good as smoochies. Approximately as good as it gets vicariously.
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« Reply #30 on: Mar 06, 2003, 03:00PM »

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...unless the obsession is mutual!
                               

How dare you stick your tongue out at me young lady! What would Ed think?        

I still think the goal is to be "conscious" even while you're enjoying the moment. If you're  both obsessed it rather doubles the chances for making mistakes. Or not. Just forget us wrinklies......

Evan

Oh! but on the contrary.  if both parties are obsessed with the other, then they obviously care about each other.  therefore, they would be more "concious" on what each party says and does.  right?  or not. just forget about us young 'uns
oh ya, and i don't think that ed would mind, i triple tounge him.    
   
(there's that tounge again)    

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p.s. bickle, do you like the tounge?? heh
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« Reply #31 on: Mar 06, 2003, 03:11PM »

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oh ya, and i don't think that ed would mind, i triple tounge him.  

For all the dozens of times I've heard someone say this, I must confess it has never before been a woman...
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« Reply #32 on: Mar 06, 2003, 03:18PM »

LOL! well, i'm a true trombonist... what can i say?  heh. however, my role models (my brothers) both played the trombone, so ever since i was little, i've known all the classics.  however, is that a compliment or an insult? heh *rethinks what bickle said* hmmm not too sure... let me know! heh

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« Reply #33 on: Mar 06, 2003, 03:39PM »

Just an observation. I mean, it's usually used to shock the clarinets, and you're trying it on Evan- fzing!

Don't think he'll bite though.

Girls gots to be tough to live in the trombone section, though. Don't know a single female trombonist who isn't.
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« Reply #34 on: Mar 06, 2003, 05:07PM »

duley noted.  i take that as a major compliment then. heh.  i always found most clarinetists and flotests to be way too girly for me.  heh.  i think that a girl should be able to stand up for herself.  and normally very girly girls aren't too good at doing that.  

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p.s. didn't mean to offend anyone.  that's just what i notice.  it's the majority that i was referring to
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