Walking the Dogs  

rm_Earthman75 42M
36 posts
12/20/2005 2:36 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Walking the Dogs

A man and a woman each set out from their homes at about the same time. Both are out walking their dogs (the man has, say, a German Shepherd, and the woman, say, a Toy Collie if there is such a thing). They pass at the park... what happens?

This is a metaphor I think for what happens when a real man and woman (or man and man, or woman and woman, or group and TS/TV/TG, whatever). In this metaphor the man and woman represent the minds of the interested parties and the dogs represent their bodies. Attractive bodies speak to eachother whether their owners intend it or not - that subtle chemical pull is like to dogs sniffing each other's asses until their owners tug the leash and keep going on their separate ways. Sometimes the minds stop and chat and even find something in common but the dogs sit at a distance and growl at each other. Ideally of course all four get along well and their paths converge for at least a while.


rm_saintlianna 45F
15466 posts
12/20/2005 3:35 pm

Yes a toy collie is a sheltie, I have one. She looks like like a little stuffed animal.


silkysmoothlegs3 105F

12/20/2005 5:43 pm

Dogs have all the fun
sniffing asses
Imagine If i met you along the street and started sniffing your ass

I wont i promise ill behave
silky xx


LeEnchantress 55F

1/3/2006 10:56 am

Hasn't happened in a little while to me.. but when it does.. makes you glad to be alive, doesn't it?
Wouldn't it be cool to live in a town populated by people who you were attracted to on every block or street corner. Think what a glorious life that wud be. Only problem would be deciding who to get with?


LeEnchantress 55F

1/3/2006 10:58 am

Hasn't happened in a little while to me either.. but when it does.. makes you glad to be alive, doesn't it?
Wouldn't it be cool to live in a town populated by people who you were attracted to on every block or street corner. Think what a glorious life that wud be. Only problem would be deciding who to get with?


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