Discussion in 'BHM/FFA' started by JenFromOC, Apr 14, 2012.
Can I be invited to the trucker disco? =p
Sure! It is at a McDonald's, though. Dress down .
Went to a doctor to talk about my hypermobility today. She was genuine surprised that not only can I effortlessly touch the floor when standing, I can easily put my whole fingers down on the ground, despite my size. Hah, she also got really freaked out when I showed her my fingers hyperextending and made me stop doing it!
Stop doing that thing with your thumb! Why does your knee bend that way? Does it hurt? How doesn't it hurt? Don't Do that! I don't care if I can't see you, I don't WANT to see it. Stop it! I know you're doing it!
You'll be pleased to know my thumbs are one of the few joints that aren't hypermobile! =p
Mine are... I get told off for wiggling them funny.
Thumbs up for all the people who's joints hyperextend.
Oh wow, even mine don't do it that much! Also, aaaaaaah, how are you allowed to have such adorable chubby hands? <3 <3 <3
So this happened today.
Imma leave this here...
LMAO! love it!
I had a conversation with my other half the other day about how weird it is that guys ask for pics when you tell them you just got out the shower. I'm either towel head, or drown rat, neither of these things are sexy! xD Evidence:
Beg to differ. You appear to have submitted evidence which is entirely at odds with your claims.
Hahaha, well I'm flattered, though I'm confused as to how looking like something you clean out of a drain after a shower is at all appealing.
Beauty may be only skin deep, but it still shines through alluvial deposits.
I think it is because it is not a managed look that is part of the appeal. Perhaps also that fresh out of the shower is normally a sort of private or intimate moment, so there is a touch of the forbidden? And then there is the naked factor
(Also, adorable pics, Loopy!)
Ah, okay, I guess it makes sense when you explain it like that! And thank you very much.
After only one episode, I can safely say this is my favourite podcast.
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