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Old 05-24-2010, 03:15 PM   #61
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but he took my appreciation of older women to a whole new level..........
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Old 05-24-2010, 03:16 PM   #62
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College. After a keg party. This chick drove me back to my dorm. As I got out of the car and started to walk away, she yelled out "What, you aren't going to give me a good-night kiss?".

We got married and lived happily ever after.
That's sweet..............

My response would have been: "As long as I can also give you a GOOD MORNING kiss, well, then, of course"............
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I did have one "disaster date" in high school. Finally got up the nerve to ask a cheerleader out to a carnival and to my astonishment she agreed. When we got to the carnival, I discovered that I'd gotten the dates wrong - it didn't open for another couple of days. Oops #1.

In desperation I suggesting horseback riding, as I knew of a stables a couple of miles up the road. Turns out she's an avid rider and wants to go back home to change. Okay. She comes out looking like a British houndswoman, complete with riding boots, pants, jacket and the little whip thingy. I hadn't been on a horse since I was ten.

We get to the stables, turn the corner of the driveway, and the stables has burned to the ground, apparently about a year before. Oops #2.

I gave up. How about bowling? She did that, wearing the riding gear.

I never had the nerve to ask her out again.
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Walt, if I had been her, I would have asked you out for the second date....as you did your best to please.
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Walt, if I had been her, I would have asked you out for the second date....as you did your best to please.
Never pass up a second date with a woman with a whip.
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I did have one "disaster date" in high school. Finally got up the nerve to ask a cheerleader out to a carnival and to my astonishment she agreed. When we got to the carnival, I discovered that I'd gotten the dates wrong - it didn't open for another couple of days. Oops #1.

In desperation I suggesting horseback riding, as I knew of a stables a couple of miles up the road. Turns out she's an avid rider and wants to go back home to change. Okay. She comes out looking like a British houndswoman, complete with riding boots, pants, jacket and the little whip thingy. I hadn't been on a horse since I was ten.

We get to the stables, turn the corner of the driveway, and the stables has burned to the ground, apparently about a year before. Oops #2.

I gave up. How about bowling? She did that, wearing the riding gear.

I never had the nerve to ask her out again.
Going bowling with a pretty girl "looking like a British houndswoman, complete with riding boots, pants, jacket and the little whip thingy" sounds like a young lad's dream come true - pretty nice moves to engineer that situation - I expect you were king of the castle for a month among your mates at High School
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Mmmm....hmmm...that would be considered very naughty....
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How many lashes such a guy deserves?
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