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    Smile SPs and MPs: Describe your ideal date...

    Today, I was dozing off in another boring meeting. I was thinking that it would be nice for SPs or MPs to describe their 'ideal' encounters - you know the ones that really do not feel like "work".

    Is anyone willing to share their thoughts on this?

    GG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karma
    He would take a moment to make me fly somewhere, like time stopped, with him. With passion.

    So I would be so turned on, that I would beg for it. As my wish would be about to come true, a thought that comes from far, far away would cross my mind and would make real action reported.
    Karma,

    This was really, really good....thank you! I love making an SP beg for it but most of the times, I am the one doing all the begging!

    GG

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    political reply

    Quote Originally Posted by Karma
    And that is why you don't get begged by SP's
    If we ever hook up, I'll make sure that you swallow those words!

    GG

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    Arrow political blunder - damage control

    Quote Originally Posted by Karma
    I was just giving some advices, but I don't have any problem with that too
    Come on, don't take me seriously, it was a dumb comment but I would enjoy trying to make time stand still for you so those two hours together seem like a lifetime of pleasure!

    GG

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    Too late for any spin, my general... she knows she's got you hook, line and sinker...All that's left is to reel you in...

    Now, before this becomes General Gonad's make-a-date line, let's have some more ladies join in on this discussion...(are dancers allowed to participate as well?)
    Last edited by shijak; 04-05-2006 at 10:58 AM.

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    Karma,

    Great post. I have some questions:

    1) What colour are your eyes ?
    2) I would want you to be wearing a silk dress. What colour would you wear?
    3) Given a choice among Sancerre, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, and Champagne, what would you choose?
    4) What music would you like?
    5) Would you like a little "amuse-bouche" after? If so, what would be your preference?
    6) If your "date" left you a little gift in appreciation what would you like it to be, i.e. what would you appreciate the most ?

    BTW my belief is that sincerety comes from the soul (the eyes), not from a smile; it cannot be faked with a smile.

    Looking forward to your responses; have a wonderful day.
    Last edited by chef; 04-05-2006 at 10:15 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by General Gonad
    Come on, don't take me seriously, it was a dumb comment but I would enjoy trying to make time stand still for you so those two hours together seem like a lifetime of pleasure!

    GG
    General: I think it's time to quit while you're ahead (well actually, I'm not sure you're ahead). Karma sounds like one smart lady who is very good at parrying your thrusting.
    Last edited by chef; 04-05-2006 at 10:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shijak
    Now, before this becomes General Gonad's make-a-date line, let's have some more ladies join in on this discussion...(are dancers allowed to join in as well?)
    Of course, how rude of me not to open it up to dancers as well!

    GG

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefplus
    General: I think it's time to quite while you're ahead (well actually, I'm not sure you're ahead). Karma sounds like one smart lady who is very good at parrying your thrusting.
    Trust me, I've got no chances with Karma It's time to salvage the last pieces of self respect that I might still have left!

    Mais j'aime beaucoup la taquiner!


    GG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karma
    .....................

    3) I would be glad to try Champagne cause I never had before.

    4) It depends on what fit you I guess... It reveals a lot. Jazz, blues, soft music will lead to more sensual actions, while hip-hop, techno are more like fast actions. I would personnaly choose some soft underground R & B, which is my favorite.

    5) I like fruits after sex. I love to eat and really do not care.
    ..........
    Okay, so Champagne (chilled correctly, in an ice bucket, served in the thinnest possible flutes), soft Latin jazz, thinly sliced Bosc pears, and macadamia nuts. Oh yes, gotta have some chocolate. Je suis pret !

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefplus
    Okay, so Champagne (chilled correctly, in an ice bucket, served in the thinnest possible flutes), soft Latin jazz, thinly sliced Bosc pears, and macadamia nuts. Oh yes, gotta have some chocolate. Je suis pret !
    Eh, stop moving in on my babe! Macadamia nuts? My nuts taste better, or so I think!

    Come on ladies, please let us know what's your idea of an ideal encounter.

    GG
    Last edited by General Gonad; 04-05-2006 at 11:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by General Gonad
    Eh, stop moving in on my babe! Macadamia nuts? My nuts taste better, or so I think!
    ...............................
    GG
    So I assume that after the encounter a video will be available of you trying to taste your own nuts ???

    Your babe ??? Okay, I'll concede...I'll settle (!!!) for the Russian goddess we have both been lusting over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefplus
    3) Given a choice among Sancerre, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, and Champagne, what would you choose?
    While opinions are like assholes, and I've got plenty of both...

    The majority of CdP's I've encountered are overrated and overpriced. Some can be very lovely, yes, but it's rare to find a 92+ pointer for less then $40 USD.

    Aussie GSM's, if you avoid the fruit bombs, can offer the lushness and exotic hints at half the cost.

    Or check mid-range Spanish Tempranillo. Numanthia Termes is one of my favorite QPR leaders; just decant and let it breathe for a while. Can be found in the $25 range for a legit 93 point.

    Napa's Pine Ridge makes a lovely, inexpensive Chenin Blanc/Viognier that offers a very different flavor palate then those that are getting bored with the S.Blanc = grapefruit, Chard = butterbomb overoaked tropical fruits, Pinot Gris = absolutely nothing flavor profiles. Available in the states for $10. Solid 90 points without being obnoxiously aggressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nugie
    ................The majority of CdP's I've encountered are overrated and overpriced. Some can be very lovely, yes, but it's rare to find a 92+ pointer for less then $40 USD.....................................
    Try the '96 Chateau de Beaucastel CdP; it's pricey but amazing, but I figured Karma was worth it. Speaking of which, it is bad karma ( ) to hijack a thread, so you may want to start a wine thread instead.

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