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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Yesterday from another mum and extended breast-feeder - I have to feed more discreetly as men can only see breast as sexual playthings.

    From dh minutes after dd1 birth - Well that was easy, it was just like blowing a trumpet. He has never lived it down, not even after 19 years later.

    From my mum, talking about penis and vagina's to kids will make them sex addicts, she was convinced it was true as she thinks she saw it on a documentary on foxtel.
    yes, all men were spoken to about penises and vaginas as children, making them sex addicts who are unable to watch you breastfeed without thinking about sex! Solved!
    (Not sure where to put the trumpet in this one though :haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    yes, all men were spoken to about penises and vaginas as children, making them sex addicts who are unable to watch you breastfeed without thinking about sex! Solved!
    (Not sure where to put the trumpet in this one though :haha

    that's gold

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    Hah, a lady I met told me she was trained in Forensic Science, but was working in Aged Care because she didn't know the only jobs she could get was with the police.

    I'm not sure if she's lying, or just one of the super smart people who are really moronic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    Hah, a lady I met told me she was trained in Forensic Science, but was working in Aged Care because she didn't know the only jobs she could get was with the police.

    I'm not sure if she's lying, or just one of the super smart people who are really moronic.
    I don't really get this, there are various forensic jobs not in the police force.

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    Oooh, same stupid neighbour as before used to spend hours talking about how in his 41 years of life, he had been a nurse for 21 years, worked for the AFP (yes, the Australian federal police) and also spent 20 years working/travelling around australia... Legend of a man he was.

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    This thread is pure gold!!

    My favourites generally consist of tines i use a word too 'big' for DP to ubderstand... but here's one where he tried to use a new word and failed..

    *DP being cheeky whip's out his "pork sword" shakes it at me breifly and puts it away* (i only saw out in the corner of my eye)

    Me: Was that hard??

    DP: No, it's eloped.

    Me: Oh sweetie... do you know what that word means???

    DP: I'm guessing it doesn't mean that its all relaxed and soft?

    Me: nope.. thats Flacid.. *gets another funny look from DP like he diddnt know that one eigther* - cue explination of the word eloped

    DP: Yeeah ..... definately not the word i was after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephii View Post
    This thread is pure gold!!

    My favourites generally consist of tines i use a word too 'big' for DP to ubderstand... but here's one where he tried to use a new word and failed..

    *DP being cheeky whip's out his "pork sword" shakes it at me breifly and puts it away* (i only saw out in the corner of my eye)

    Me: Was that hard??

    DP: No, it's eloped.

    Me: Oh sweetie... do you know what that word means???

    DP: I'm guessing it doesn't mean that its all relaxed and soft?

    Me: nope.. thats Flacid.. *gets another funny look from DP like he diddnt know that one eigther* - cue explination of the word eloped

    DP: Yeeah ..... definately not the word i was after.

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    I'm not sure if I find this conversation hilarious, or the use of the term "pork sword". Probably both. Actually, definitely both!

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    Subbing to read later with a bikkie and cuppa!! Laughs on a Friday; nothing better!

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    My DP googles words I use in text messages, bless him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marepoppin View Post
    My DP googles words I use in text messages, bless him
    That's classic! i should tell DP to do this!

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