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#76 Postby Tarz » Wed Jan 11, 2006 8:51 am

compassionategirl wrote:
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compassionategirl wrote:I think it would be so much easier on yourselves if you admit you all luv me like a sister, as much as is possible under cyberspace circumstances. And that's why you keep picking on compash. Just like you'd pick on your sister. :mrgreen:


You would be like the spoilt brat sister, always being a nuisance and trying to interrupt the boys in what they are doing. Ruining our fun. You would go off crying if you didn't get your own way. :P

It's a given then that you love us as brothers then as well?


Hmm, for you and I, I had a different sort of relationship in mind than "brother/sister" ish. :P :P :P :P


:shock: :oops: :P :wink: :D
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#77 Postby jonathan » Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:07 am

Tarz wrote:
compassionategirl wrote:
Tarz wrote:
compassionategirl wrote:I think it would be so much easier on yourselves if you admit you all luv me like a sister, as much as is possible under cyberspace circumstances. And that's why you keep picking on compash. Just like you'd pick on your sister. :mrgreen:


You would be like the spoilt brat sister, always being a nuisance and trying to interrupt the boys in what they are doing. Ruining our fun. You would go off crying if you didn't get your own way. :P

It's a given then that you love us as brothers then as well?


Hmm, for you and I, I had a different sort of relationship in mind than "brother/sister" ish. :P :P :P :P


:shock: :oops: :P :wink: :D


i know you are getting on a bit compash, but im not sure that the age gap is quite sufficient for mother and son..... :wink: :lol:

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#78 Postby Tarz » Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:35 am

jonathan wrote:
Tarz wrote:
compassionategirl wrote:
Tarz wrote:
compassionategirl wrote:I think it would be so much easier on yourselves if you admit you all luv me like a sister, as much as is possible under cyberspace circumstances. And that's why you keep picking on compash. Just like you'd pick on your sister. :mrgreen:


You would be like the spoilt brat sister, always being a nuisance and trying to interrupt the boys in what they are doing. Ruining our fun. You would go off crying if you didn't get your own way. :P

It's a given then that you love us as brothers then as well?


Hmm, for you and I, I had a different sort of relationship in mind than "brother/sister" ish. :P :P :P :P


:shock: :oops: :P :wink: :D


i know you are getting on a bit compash, but im not sure that the age gap is quite sufficient for mother and son..... :wink: :lol:

jonathan


You're being too kind Jonathan, I was thinkin of nan and grandson. :lol:
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#79 Postby jonathan » Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:41 am

your in the dog house now matt!! :lol:

its great having an older woman though - the possibilities for taking the piss are endless!!!
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#80 Postby compassionategirl » Wed Jan 11, 2006 3:40 pm

jonathan wrote:your in the dog house now matt!! :lol:

its great having an older woman though - the possibilities for taking the piss are endless!!!



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#81 Postby compassionategirl » Wed Jan 11, 2006 3:41 pm

The question, then, remains:

Can a lil boy like lil Matt handle a woman? :wink:
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#82 Postby Daywalker » Wed Jan 11, 2006 3:50 pm

compassionategirl wrote:The question, then, remains:

Can a lil boy like lil Matt handle a woman? :wink:

*LOL*

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CG: 1
Tarz: Nada

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No one said it would be easy.

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#83 Postby jonathan » Wed Jan 11, 2006 4:39 pm

i dont want to butt into your 'coupley' scoring ( :shock: :wink: ) system, but i want points damn it! i think that i have worked hard on this thread to think of witty, and slightly risque retorts - recognition please!!!

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#84 Postby compassionategirl » Wed Jan 11, 2006 4:56 pm

jonathan wrote:i dont want to butt into your 'coupley' scoring ( :shock: :wink: ) system, but i want points damn it! i think that i have worked hard on this thread to think of witty, and slightly risque retorts - recognition please!!!

jonathan


Good point! Consider it done.

Alex, you may edit your post to add Jonathan to the score board, and yourself too if you like, seeing the time you have invested into this thread as well!!
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#85 Postby Daywalker » Wed Jan 11, 2006 5:06 pm

John, CG - the score chart is not about time or effort. That is reflected (not accurately, but well enough) by your number of posts.
With the score chart i wanted to keep track of the flirt between Tarz and CG. For every nice thing and compliment he says, he gets points, while CG gets points in countering them - it's the old hunt of males for females, with the females trying to evade for as long as possible (no one really knows why they do this) :roll:
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#86 Postby compassionategirl » Wed Jan 11, 2006 5:09 pm

Daywalker wrote: For every nice thing and compliment he says, he gets points, while CG gets points in countering them - it's the old hunt of males for females, with the females trying to evade for as long as possible (no one really knows why they do this) :roll:



Bloody women :wink: 8)
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#87 Postby Tarz » Wed Jan 11, 2006 5:17 pm

Daywalker wrote: with the females trying to evade for as long as possible (no one really knows why they do this) :roll:


They can only evade for so long. It's all for show - they can't resist really. They just like the pretence of it. It's supposed to keep us on our toes or something like that. :wink:
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#88 Postby Tarz » Wed Jan 11, 2006 5:20 pm

compassionategirl wrote:The question, then, remains:

Can a lil boy like lil Matt handle a woman? :wink:


Most definately. The question therefore really is has compassionategirl got the stamina required that is necessary for a woman to experience exactly what it is like to be handled by Tarz. :wink:
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#89 Postby compassionategirl » Wed Jan 11, 2006 5:23 pm

Tarz wrote:
compassionategirl wrote:The question, then, remains:

Can a lil boy like lil Matt handle a woman? :wink:


Most definately. The question therefore really is has compassionategirl got the stamina required that is necessary for a woman to experience exactly what it is like to be handled by Tarz. :wink:


Ahh, but is that really the question is the question, isnt it. :wink:
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#90 Postby Tarz » Wed Jan 11, 2006 5:28 pm

So what is the question?
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