Great, good, or bad....  

pretty_blue_eyes 38F
3045 posts
10/8/2005 7:31 am

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Great, good, or bad....

Okay, so has anyone ever kissed a person that was a bad kisser? You were kissing this person and felt like you were two fish out of water gasping for water? What makes a good kisser? What about a great kisser? What is something a person do when they kiss you that drives you absolutely wild?

lifeisablast333 54M

10/10/2005 6:07 pm

good kissers are the bomb, but just don't try to suck my tounge out of my head.......

rm_dw573 52M
15 posts
10/15/2005 6:12 am

I think it's all in your expectations of how kissing should go, but there is one thing that really turns me off and that's the slobbers that think everything they see on the telly is real when it comes to kissing.

tigerdickaches 62M

10/15/2005 9:39 am

Be very careful when kissing a tiger young lady! Very powerful tongue and large incisors! Better to hug a tiger! Give me a ROARRRR if you need instruction! I live in the jungle surrounding your home town! Gotta move on ... Wanna cum prowl around with me?

Tiger Dick

tigerdickaches 62M

10/15/2005 12:58 pm

PBEyes ...

Just completed a read of all your past postings to bring myself up to speed! You have been a very unhappy young lady this summer and by your own admission for about 3 years! If I can be of help in suggesting some very good counselors in Cape Girardeau, please allow me to be of service in that way! And, if you are a church-going couple and have an open relationship with your pastor/priest, perhaps you'd feel comfortable utilizing him to provide the two of you some spiritual guidance.

Now that I completely understand your situation, married with a young child, I will have to withdraw my previous offer of other personal services. That would only mess up your mind further! First things first! You have to have serious discussions with your husband and decide whether your marriage and nuclear family are worth salvaging! If you are both committed, arrange to get some professional help and guidance and get off this site at that time, stay off and never return. You have to be totally committed to your husband and he has to decide to be totally committed to you, no extra-marital affairs be they real or fantasy by either one of you!

If I continue to see you "blogging" on this site, I will presume you really don't value keeping your marriage intact or that you do but that he is not willing to get serious about the problems the two of you are having. If that continues, I don't know for sure, but I'd almost bet that the two of you are headed toward divorce court and that it is only a matter of time!

PBEyes ... All of this is not intended as moralizing. For from it, we have all been through very difficult and agonizing times in our own relationships. My advice is well-meaning and it represents many years of experience! Been married. Been divorced. Currently single and have been in and out of other relationships. There is no panacea when it comes to human relationships! Requires a lot of sharing, a lot of self-sacrifice and a lot of give and take!

You take care of yourself! Best wishes to you for happiness in whatever you eventually decide to do!

Tiger Dick

pretty_blue_eyes 38F
2091 posts
10/16/2005 9:00 pm

Thank you for your advice Tiger. It is very much appreciated. Yes, I've started going to church, but he has yet to start. We have talked and he is willing to go to a marriage counselor some time,so if you don't mind giving me some qualified references, but whether or not when I actually set an appt and he is still willing remains to be seen. Also, if you haven't noticed I haven't been posting very often on here of late. Its b/c I have been trying. Just gets a little frustrating at times.

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