Women playing with Men She likes the feeling of power and control
Posted Wed Jun 01, 2011 07:59 AM
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Posted Wed Jun 01, 2011 10:06 AM
Haha,I totally agree with you. If you want to throw a monkey wrench into the gears, take the sexual lead and watch them crumble. Become the dominating one in bed and they don't know what's going on. If your partner is good, you can feed and work off of each other. At this point in our lives, I have total control and my husband willingly gives himself to me. I have taken him to limits that he never would have taken himself. Playing with him and having total control over him gives me a power that I enjoy and leaves him almost helpless to resist.
Posted Wed Jun 01, 2011 07:52 PM
Posted Wed Jun 01, 2011 08:22 PM
Posted Wed Jun 01, 2011 09:21 PM
Men just freak out but are incapable of calling it what it is... And for the record, that was during my virgin years...Just the teasing so I could get away with the dribbling, never meant sex with it...
This post has been edited by Olive: Wed Jun 01, 2011 09:23 PM
Posted Thu Jun 02, 2011 05:07 PM
Ok, I hear ya, it's all in pursuit of the almighty swish. But basketball is a very heated game. When I use to work at a health club, high end even, we checked up on the basketball courts more than every other spot. Fights would break out daily. Weekly some one would bleed from the face, either an overthrown flagrant elbow because someone was sick of someone's shtuff or it straight up came to fists. That's a pretty cavalier and casual strategy, ie, practice some free throws, do some dribble drills, hand checking the pelvis moves, hit some lay ups. You've got pluck, don't you?
Shoo, keep it down, there is a 3 second amnesia on a blind side goosing which makes it hard to figure out what's going on. I remember when me and my friend were walking in this crowd and we both got goosed from behind and we must of jumped a mile and looked around dumbfounded. WTF was that?? We resumed and it happened again, we jumped a mile, looked dumbfounded, but looked around sure it had happened this time. We turned around and these two girls were just oddly looking around. We bought it, and were trying to look behind them. Eventually we just shook our heads and resumed and then *pop* it happened again! We jumped a mile and this time whipped around real quick (we were getting good it by now). The same two girls just looking around oddly, we didn't know what to say. We were afraid to accuse them, they might deny it! We slowly turned around and they didn't even wait they popped us again. We kept jumping a mile, turned around and they couldn't keep a straight face and just started cracking up. We gave them a cross look like - we figured out what your doing, we know its you. Amazingly I think we thought letting them know we were on to them would put an end to it. It didn't, they popped us again and not knowing what to do we both instinctually began to run, pushing our way through the crowd (I think it was a fire drill). They then let loose a fury of zingers, must have gotten us half a dozen times before we broke free. But I can't believe it took us that long to figure out what was going on. It's like pressing a reset button, you freeze for a moment and it takes you a second to reboot up. Wait a minute, I think I distinctly remember getting goosed! You girls get away with murder.
Posted Thu Jun 02, 2011 05:32 PM
I can see it in the papers now...
WNBA dream team sweeps NBA dream team at charity event. Biggest upset in history. When Coach Olive was asked how she masterminded a strategy that held Koby Bryant to an average of 18 points in the series, over half of which were foul shots, and kept him flustered enough to set a record setting bad day in foul shots (less than 29%) she said -"Well we noticed the NBA dream team was having problems resetting and we just took advantage of that".
On a side note, Glenn Beck claimed it was a conspiracy employing excessive fouling techniques which was overlooked and should have been called technical fouls instead of regular falls. Hard to buy into that, as the series was one of the most highly penalized in history. And most of the calls went the NBA dream teams way.