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Re: Hickies
« Reply #25 on: September 13, 2006, 10:44:08 »
Haha, hilarious  ;D
Thank you for the straight answers, and thank you more for the comic relief.
I was only worried about the stuff on my neck, I'm not gonna get undressed at my SEM Briefing...
or is there something they aren't telling us about these meetings?
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #26 on: September 13, 2006, 12:14:57 »
Depends... You aren't over forty are you?
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #27 on: September 13, 2006, 13:13:00 »
18, and so is she.
She's studying police foundations  ;D
But if we got serious over the next 4 years, how would we go about that when it comes time for me to ship off and do training.
(Hopefully Pilot training, but if not it'll be aerospace controller in Cornwall.)
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #28 on: September 13, 2006, 13:43:23 »
...hickies are so tacky...

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #29 on: September 13, 2006, 14:46:27 »
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But if we got serious over the next 4 years, how would we go about that when it comes time for me to ship off and do training.
(Hopefully Pilot training, but if not it'll be aerospace controller in Cornwall.)

Dude, please tell me you just didn't meet her?  Becuase if you are don't be thinking about 4 years from now!!!

As for the hickey, next time you see her, find a nice visible part of her neck and suck on it like you're going to get milk from it, if you do for a minute or so she'll get one massive hickey.  After the hickey forms remind her that whenever she gives you one that's visible you'll give her one twice as large. 


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Re: Hickies
« Reply #30 on: September 13, 2006, 15:24:21 »
Whatever happened to the good old days when fools fell in love with the first woman they slept with, not just the first woman apply suction to their head?

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #31 on: September 13, 2006, 15:33:53 »
She was just drawing out the venom.............really!

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #32 on: September 13, 2006, 15:49:07 »
When I was about 18 I was drunk and running in the darkness for some reason.

I suddenly found myself clobbered by the invisible man, lying on my back, and looking up at the stars.

I had run into one of those metal clotheslines you see on old PMQs, right in the bloody (literally) neck.

For the next few days it looked like I had about a dozen hickies on my neck. I got a lot of questions and/or high fives, but I would explain.
"No, really, I ran into a metal cable when I was hammered in the dark."
Most people just winked, and went, "Surrrre you did."

All of the embarrassment, with none of the 'collateral pleasure.' What a rip off.
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #33 on: September 13, 2006, 22:07:07 »
Dude, please tell me you just didn't meet her?  Becuase if you are don't be thinking about 4 years from now!!!

As for the hickey, next time you see her, find a nice visible part of her neck and suck on it like you're going to get milk from it, if you do for a minute or so she'll get one massive hickey.  After the hickey forms remind her that whenever she gives you one that's visible you'll give her one twice as large. 



Oh no, I've knows her and been close for well over 2 years now, we have always gotten along perfectly well, and the relationship started towards the end of the summer.  I also did get her back, she can't wear any of her collection of low cut tops, especially not since she's staying at her grandma's for the month.

P.S.  I used spell check, and the only error came up in that quote  :P
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #34 on: September 14, 2006, 00:11:55 »
Oh no, I've knows her and been close for well over 2 years now, we have always gotten along perfectly well, and the relationship started towards the end of the summer.  I also did get her back, she can't wear any of her collection of low cut tops, especially not since she's staying at her grandma's for the month.

P.S.  I used spell check, and the only error came up in that quote  :P

Holy crap, her back??? You two need some serious OJT... but I'm not into that. Any volunteers out there? You have to put some effort into leaving the kiss of love on someones back. I think I outgrew hickies around hmmm 15 years of age. I could be wrong as girls on my  3s may be quick to point out.  ;)  I recommend Revlon Colourstay for cover-up purposes.

Use your energy else where!!! PM me. I'll tell you where it's better spent or at least pass on some more accurate 8 figure grid references. My husband would never have put up with this.  ;D

PS your last line about the spell check. There's this darn thing about spell check... It'll only pick up words that are spelled wrong, not words that are spelled properly and just used in the wrong context. Check the 4th word of your quote above....or are you a Newf? In which case, this use is OK if I read your post with the applicable accent. And I don't mind Newfs...they know the grid refs that are applicable or not.



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Re: Hickies
« Reply #35 on: September 14, 2006, 00:15:40 »
say its a sports injury. You got hit in the neck with a baseball.
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #36 on: September 14, 2006, 00:20:10 »
Vern, your sex life is too vanilla.  There's a certain position where one partner (a) is behind the other (b).  A can bend over and apply suction to B's back from this position.  It has something to do with canines.

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #37 on: September 14, 2006, 00:39:29 »
Vern, your sex life is too vanilla.  There's a certain position where one partner (a) is behind the other (b).  A can bend over and apply suction to B's back from this position.  It has something to do with canines.

Vanilla?? I think not. I AM A RED HEAD!!! Read my post again...I said that takes too much effort....A to B is better spent without expending all the energy in one spot to get a hickey there. I know this grid reference well.

But I am old, aged and "nerdy" now my little chicklets who are all of 11 and 13 tell me  ::)
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #38 on: September 14, 2006, 00:56:57 »
What is this?  'kamasutra.ca'?

 :)

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #39 on: September 14, 2006, 01:41:23 »
What is this?  'kamasutra.ca'?

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It's a whole bunch of us old-timers ('nerds' to our children) wishing we were 18 again.
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #40 on: September 14, 2006, 09:37:11 »
Ah to be 18 again.  It's all about quantity not quality......   >:D
Nah  I'll take the quality thanks.  ;)
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #41 on: September 14, 2006, 09:48:03 »
Hey,

I've had fun with Montreal girls!

Ah crescent street, you make courses fun!

The vast majority of people on Crescent street aren't actually from Montreal.  They are tourists coming into Montreal looking to Party with Montrealers...   it's really looked down upon by most.  I mean, even Thursdays, which DOES get montrealers, is the equivalent to Ottawa's Maxwells (30+ Meat Market).

You should be hitting St Laurent or St Denis if you want the real Montreal girls.... St Denis more if you like french.  but then again, most of those places aren't conducive to huge groups of guys with close-cropped heads on weekend leave. :)

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #42 on: September 14, 2006, 10:19:00 »
Ah to be 18 again.  It's all about quantity not quality......   >:D
Nah  I'll take the quality thanks.  ;)

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #43 on: September 14, 2006, 10:23:32 »
The vast majority of people on Crescent street aren't actually from Montreal.  They are tourists coming into Montreal looking to Party with Montrealers...   it's really looked down upon by most.  I mean, even Thursdays, which DOES get montrealers, is the equivalent to Ottawa's Maxwells (30+ Meat Market).

You should be hitting St Laurent or St Denis if you want the real Montreal girls.... St Denis more if you like french.  but then again, most of those places aren't conducive to huge groups of guys with close-cropped heads on weekend leave. :)


I like St-Denis....Sit at the Cafe's and terraces, sipping whine all day, watching the girls walk by...and then the clubs...Sainte-Sulpice is always fun
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #44 on: September 14, 2006, 11:16:07 »
i have had a red mark on my neck for my entire life, right above the collar, took a lot of parades before the questions stopped.
and i never noticed it for the longest time.
it is still there and no it is not a kickie
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« Reply #45 on: September 14, 2006, 11:53:41 »
The biscuit is far better than the rolled up paper any day!  ;D
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« Reply #46 on: September 14, 2006, 12:01:46 »
The biscuit is far better than the rolled up paper any day!  ;D

See...get whacked across the snout enough times you do become a "trained puppy"..... As for quantity, isn't that how they find diamonds?  ;D
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Re: Hickies
« Reply #47 on: September 14, 2006, 12:05:44 »
...too much fun here
reminds me of stories i heard when i was staff at...
Ahh, finally a thread people can "sink their teeth into"  ::)

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #48 on: September 14, 2006, 13:27:27 »
I've never been a fan of hickies. I can say I had one in my life, when I was really young and stupid. (lots of coverup prevented embarrassment there, and my boyfriend at the time from being killed by my Mom) To me they seem like an advertisement saying "look at me, I'm sexually active". I guess I just don't see the need to broadcast what "fun" I had last night.

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Re: Hickies
« Reply #49 on: September 14, 2006, 21:14:13 »
Last night?  These things last for a week   :o
Now another question from young (me  ;D) to old (you guys!  >:D).  Would 4 hours be considered quantity, or quality?  :cheers:
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