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Climbing trip used as a date - thoughts?

billk
29/05/2007
2:14:06 PM
On 29/05/2007 simey wrote:
>I remember dragging a girl up Where Angels Fear to Tread. We never hooked
>up.

She won't ever forget you though

oweng
29/05/2007
2:25:05 PM
On 29/05/2007 simey wrote:

>I remember dragging a girl up Where Angels Fear to Tread. We never hooked
>up.


Im surprised you never hooked up. I though the whole 'Stockholm Syndrome' thing would have kicked in your favour!

For those not familiar....
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm_syndrome

Organ Pipe
29/05/2007
2:39:31 PM
On 29/05/2007 oweng wrote:
>'Stockholm Syndrome' thing would have kicked in your favour!

HAHAHAHA
ghost
29/05/2007
2:44:30 PM
On 29/05/2007 steph wrote:
>On 28/05/2007 simey wrote:
>>On 28/05/2007 kieranl wrote:
>>>... take him to the You-Yangs.
>>
>>Why are the You-Yangs such a hot-spot for initiating jiggy jiggy?
>
>My guess would be that a fit, flirting couple at the youeys would climb
>until fingers & toes are sore (around an hour) and still have plenty of
>energy & *ahem* drive for other activities that don't involve aforementioned
>sore areas.
>
>Jiggy jiggy LOL



...........................................................

simey
29/05/2007
3:27:37 PM
On 29/05/2007 oweng wrote:
>Im surprised you never hooked up. I though the whole 'Stockholm Syndrome' thing would have kicked in your favour!

Yep, forget the white light... Stockholm Syndrome sounds like a beaut way to nail that elusive date. Maybe if I had dragged her up Angels a few more times, she would have started lusting after me.

But how can we make this techique work for PK? Should she invite him back for a session of bouldering on the woody in her cellar and then lock him in there and use him as a sex slave for years on end?

ghost
29/05/2007
3:33:09 PM
On 29/05/2007 simey wrote:
Stockholm Syndrome sounds like a beaut way to
kieranl
29/05/2007
3:36:10 PM
On 29/05/2007 tmarsh wrote:
>If he is a climber, then go somewhere really remote, say Crystal Palace
>in the Vic range, and after demolishing a bottle or two of red around the
>campfire, tell him that you forgot to bring a tent. Works like a charm.
I was once fortunate enough to have that ploy used on me. Doesn't tend to work the other way around.
ghost
29/05/2007
3:46:14 PM
On 29/05/2007 kieranl wrote:
>I was once fortunate enough to have that ploy used on me.

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Please note Forum rules here.

To help you out Ghost "Posts containing images, or links to images, of a pornographic nature."

Please refrain otherwise expect your account to be locked.

Dalai*

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anthonyk
29/05/2007
4:38:14 PM
On 29/05/2007 ghost wrote:
>On 29/05/2007 kieranl wrote:
>>I was once fortunate enough to have that ploy used on me.
>
>IMG SRC="/upload/userfiles/ghost/tent.jpg"
>bbbeeaarrr
>iinnn mmmiiinnddd

lemme guess.. they're both really pumped from a hard days climbing and can't use their hands, she's helping him get his harness off with her teeth. so considerate
ghost
29/05/2007
4:39:29 PM
:D


:D


:D

Princess
29/05/2007
5:24:47 PM
PK - Just a thought...if this guys not a climber are you sure that you want to take him climbing on the first date? And draw attention to his potential inequalities? Don't guys have this whole ego thing where they need to feel macho and better at things to build their confidence? That may appear a little derogatory (unintentional), but dating rely's on primevil instincts in which the man was the hunter? EEK that sounds terrible....what I'm getting at, is nobody (especially the fragile male sex) ;) wishes to feel inferior, or be proven to be infront of somebody they are trying to impress.
simey
30/05/2007
8:50:09 AM
That's right, our fragile egos can't deal with capable, confident women introducing us to new activities in the outdoors. It's much better that women just giggle and offer to watch us blokes do something manly. That's the sort of woman I want to meet.


steph
30/05/2007
8:54:03 AM
On 30/05/2007 simey wrote:
>That's right, our fragile egos can't deal with capable, confident women
>introducing us to new activities in the outdoors. It's much better that
>women just giggle and offer to watch us blokes do something manly. That's
>the sort of woman I want to meet.
>
>
LOL mental image of a bunch of cheerleading schoolgirls giggling and jiggling while macho men attempt a 1-move boulder problem.
ghost
30/05/2007
10:06:07 AM

>Dalai*
>
>bbbeeaarrr
>iinnn mmmiiinnddd


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Princess
30/05/2007
10:09:20 AM
funny...but true...and you'll notice I siad that neither sex likes to look inferior. Don't be so fiesty :) As far as wanting to meet a girl that giggles and only watches while you do something manly... each to there own, personally not for me....was merely suggesting stroking someone's ego as opposed to crushing it, (if he can't get his arse of the ground) is a better way to conduct a first date?? ie first impressions and all....

PreferKnitting
30/05/2007
10:23:33 AM
Update...

I picked up the phone, typed in the number and then... hung up.

Nope, just couldn't do it. Even with all the internet cheers egging me on.

I started to think, what if I'm not really attracted to him, what if we have nothing in common, what if he's not a good kisser.. worse, what if everything goes well but he's not good in bed?!?

Arhh, it all became too much. I just couldn' t justify the effort.

Thanks for everyone's opinions, there will be nothing to see... no scandal to hear of.
Bob Saki
30/05/2007
10:26:57 AM
I spose what he was like in bed didn't matter as you wouldn't be doing that until he had your fathers permission to marry you, right??!! ;-)
dalai
30/05/2007
10:27:28 AM
Ghost, yes we have issues with you (me and my multiple personalities).

Please follow the few forum rules or expect the old disable user fights with your multiple personality logins appearing only to disappear as we have in the past...

Please realize I'd rather not go down that path but will if necessary. I have supported you and been against suggestions of locking your account, but am starting to think otherwise.

steph
30/05/2007
10:31:18 AM
On 30/05/2007 PreferKnitting wrote:
>Update...
>
>I picked up the phone, typed in the number and then... hung up.
>
>Nope, just couldn't do it. Even with all the internet cheers egging me
>on.
>
>I started to think, what if I'm not really attracted to him, what if we
>have nothing in common, what if he's not a good kisser.. worse, what if
>everything goes well but he's not good in bed?!?
>
>Arhh, it all became too much. I just couldn' t justify the effort.
>
>Thanks for everyone's opinions, there will be nothing to see... no scandal
>to hear of.
>
Bah! Come on, the worst that can happen is he'll laugh at you, say "no way in hell" and tell all his mates to laugh too. But odds are if the guy is this big a jerk then you should be glad he said no anyway. Seriously u have to ask him, for the sake of this wonderful thread!

What if he's a great kisser, fantastic in bed, a good listener, showers you with presents and fathers your future children. lol. You wanna miss out on that? (maybe the kids ey?) Go on, give him a go girl!

Steph
prb
30/05/2007
12:27:05 PM
Yeah, steph is right. Think of all the little booties and jumpers you'll have to knit. Go for it!

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