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Hermes

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  1. For you, Sportser. Enrique & Guillermo De Fazio. Brothers!
  2. "It's just she has a quick-temper and is sensitive." You find this kind of person interesting?
  3. Don't know Zeino. "Do women get hurt more easily than men? One thing is for sure, they certainly ask dafter questions sometimes lol. And sure, which is what the article propounds, one can tell the truth in a kindly and diplomatic fashion. Not everyone has diplomatic skills though! White lies? I fear we all probably tell them. Just now I recall a relative of ours who called (I was visiting with my mother at the time), and she had on this dress, the type you'd need to grab your sunglasses to look at. She wanted to know how she looked. What could we say!!! The dress was awful, garish, or as my mother said afterwards: "that's one helluva dress". Half way to the truth all I could utter was: "very colourful". Heh. Never been asked by any man, ever, about that comparison you mention.
  4. ttps 3027541/why-all-your-little-white-lies-arent-as-harmless-as-you-think Harris believes you should never tell a lie—not even the "white" ones we use to spare others discomfort. "They tend to be the only lies that good people tell, while imagining that they are being good in the process," he says. People often tell white lies to avoid sharing truths that feel awkward. For example, your wife might ask how you think she looks in her new outfit or your coworker might ask your thoughts on an idea. You don’t have to volunteer every negative thought you have, says Harris, but when you’re asked for an opinion, it helps to share what’s useful. "Follow the golden rule," says Harris. "If you were asking the question, would you be grateful to know the truth, however awkward it was to articulate?" and
  5. What Wiseman said: "Oh my! No. She's not looking for advice if she got offended. She's one of those types that uses the "does this make me look fat?" type rhetorical questions to hear "You are perfect the way you are". Yes, it's convoluted but that's how some of these types operate. They pose a question not hoping for a logical solution, but hoping for a specific reassuring response." Sigh! Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies......
  6. Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them : When Loving Hurts and You Don't Know Why By Susan Forward, "They denigrate their partners, resent them if they have any outside interests, and become furious for trivial reasons. Women with low self-esteem are drawn to these men because they can also be charming and devoted. Forward devotes the first half of the book to an analysis of the problem, the second half to breaking the pattern and getting outside help. "
  7. Absolutely, UnR. "And honestly, I don't think it's right to talk to girlfriends about your boyfriend's "private time," especially if he has ANY dealings with them." I agree. It is sleazy and disloyal to a point.
  8. Yeh. Once the pose becomes gynaecological, well, same ole same ole.
  9. Fully agree. Rising. Eroticism and porn are totally different. I love those paintings too. and they are erotic.
  10. Porn has been around a long while. "Shunga" Japanese erotic art. It was a custom to give the bride and groom a shunga picture or a few..... Shunga prints were enjoyed by men and women of all classes. Superstitions and customs surrounding shunga suggest this to us as it was considered a lucky charm against death for a Samurai to carry shunga (hence the postcard size of some of the prints) and it was considered a protection against fire in merchant warehouses and the home. From this we can deduce that samurai, Chonin (social class containing merchants and the like) and even housewives all owned shunga. It was traditional to present a bride with shunga. Definitely explicit
  11. XOR. Probably no reasons behind their (the GFs) thinking, or none that they would be able to express coherently. They sound awfully immature, IMO. Or, as you said yourself "kinda weird". Maybe they are very insecure in themselves. One way or the other, do you really care what they think?
  12. "Also, why would girls be so against it?" Not all girls, XOR. In 3D it is always best, IMO, to form your own opinion and judgement on such issues. After all, now try to imagine your BF comes down the street, your GFs are there, nudging and giggling: "Look, that's the geezer who's always wanking himself into a trance on the porn sites". "They were seriously appalled. Kinda weird"
  13. Once more, with feeling. I sometimes discuss matters relating to sex (generally) with friends, and yes, sometimes health matters. Nothing is taboo. But my privacy and my private life, yes, I have good boundaries where that is concerned. But then we generally have more interesting things to talk about than what I get up to with my husband or how my monthlies are shaping up. LOL.
  14. Oh, there-s a difference all right, Qwas. Here there is anonymity, and people are, so to speak, consulting for viewpoints. I talk about a lot of things with friends, and, sex in general, sometimes. But my private life is my private life, and what I do or not with my husband is not for common knowledge.
  15. "They were shocked and appalled to learn that I allowed this kind of behavior." Why are you discussing the intimate details of your relationship with a gaggle of girls?! TMI. And I notice the word "allow" crept in. One doesn't place prohibitions. Such matters, like the one you raised, are strictly for discussion between you and him.
  16. “He who climbs upon the highest mountains laughs at all tragedies, real or imaginary.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra “I believe that the mind can be permanently profaned by the habit of attending to trivial things.” ― Henry David Thoreau
  17. Say it again Seymore. "Everything. People who don't listen." Happens in 3D too..... You know, those days when you want to scream and scream and SCREAM!
  18. When there is lack of intellectual honesty....
  19. You know how advice is. You only want it if it agrees with what you wanted to do anyway. John Steinbeck
  20. Seymore. Has he? Gosh, double the fun......
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