I'm Sure....  

rm_SusieQ27 46F
2224 posts
8/1/2006 7:32 am

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8/1/2006 11:40 am

I'm Sure....

...I'm Not Alone, In This!

Have you ever arrived at the most delicate of moments, in a private convo and made the most ridiculous typos?

Oh, I'm sure you have, haven't you?

Stop trying to 'pull the wool' and 'fess up, why don't you.

I might blog some.

I'm sure we could compile a library of them, if we put our heads together.

The climax of one of my convos went something like this...kyfuiyrjmnjmhbuizakwljjb..OH, yes..jkutiykjdhuitHOThgdyjwgefhrBOTHEREDhkhwgwehvhvslipperyhhccrghwhenljciofuuibywnhfuwetwetwet..mmm...fine..and ..dandy.flummmpphhhh

I think I can safely say I was 'speaking in tongues', on that occasion.

Singing >>> ...mmm...thanks for the memory.

I'll have to do as my pic says, in future won't I ?

Luv n blathering stuff {=} Susie {=}


electriccompany 52M

8/1/2006 9:30 am

I find real-life verbal typos more entertaining. A few years ago, I went in for my usual haircut. I arove early and was waiting in the chair while the lady who usually cuts my hair was finishing up with another client whose hair was still wet. She glanced over at me, with her blow-dryer whirring in one hand and brush in the other. She meant to shout over to me, "I'll be right with you after this blow-dry!"

But what came out of her yelling mouth? "I'll be right with you after this blow-job!"

I guess her previous night's fun stuck in her mind and ran over into the next work day! The shop was full of people -- fortunately nice people. A quick glance showed only one female client, bug-eyed and biting her lip, a manager near the cash register with a hand over her mouth and beside her a fellow stylist with a confused look on her face probably asking the manager something like, "What? I didn't catch that. What did she say?" Looking back at my stylist, her face was beet red!

If that had been Blogland instead of real-life, I would have been the merciless ElectricCompany:
"I'm next!"
"No wonder you stay booked solid for 8 months in advance!"
"Well that's a haircut with a happy ending!"
"I'll get my feet into the stirrups over here!"
Double pointing down with both index fingers ambiguously at the chair cushion or my groin, "Be right here, darlin'!"

But no. Either I'm a nice guy in real-life, or I just didn't want the words "#1 ASSHOLE" shaved into the back of my head. So I replied, "Okay, I'll just grab a magazine then!" It was a few years ago. Perhaps People Magazine had a nice article about Hugh Grant or Pamela Lee-Anderson.

For a more grizzly hair-raiser, check out wants2cyber's [post 446865] .

But as for me? Typos? NEVER! But yes, thanks for the mammories, Suze!


rm_SusieQ27 46F
2093 posts
8/1/2006 11:40 am

    Quoting electriccompany:
    I find real-life verbal typos more entertaining. A few years ago, I went in for my usual haircut. I arove early and was waiting in the chair while the lady who usually cuts my hair was finishing up with another client whose hair was still wet. She glanced over at me, with her blow-dryer whirring in one hand and brush in the other. She meant to shout over to me, "I'll be right with you after this blow-dry!"

    But what came out of her yelling mouth? "I'll be right with you after this blow-job!"

    I guess her previous night's fun stuck in her mind and ran over into the next work day! The shop was full of people -- fortunately nice people. A quick glance showed only one female client, bug-eyed and biting her lip, a manager near the cash register with a hand over her mouth and beside her a fellow stylist with a confused look on her face probably asking the manager something like, "What? I didn't catch that. What did she say?" Looking back at my stylist, her face was beet red!

    If that had been Blogland instead of real-life, I would have been the merciless ElectricCompany:
    "I'm next!"
    "No wonder you stay booked solid for 8 months in advance!"
    "Well that's a haircut with a happy ending!"
    "I'll get my feet into the stirrups over here!"
    Double pointing down with both index fingers ambiguously at the chair cushion or my groin, "Be right here, darlin'!"

    But no. Either I'm a nice guy in real-life, or I just didn't want the words "#1 ASSHOLE" shaved into the back of my head. So I replied, "Okay, I'll just grab a magazine then!" It was a few years ago. Perhaps People Magazine had a nice article about Hugh Grant or Pamela Lee-Anderson.

    For a more grizzly hair-raiser, check out wants2cyber's [post 446865] .

    But as for me? Typos? NEVER! But yes, thanks for the mammories, Suze!
Ooo..you're still being @!@CHEEKY,@!@ I see..naughty!

Keep up the good work, hun, you devil, you.

Luv n stuff {=} Susie {=}


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