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75887Re: [evol-psych] Women's bare flesh in winter 'a bigger turn-on for men'

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  • Steve Moxon
    Oct 1, 2008
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      Yes, we have an insight into planet Jeremy.
      It appears that obsession on PJ is less with the oft-repeated delusion of intellectual kidnap by Friedrich Engles and more with what Dangles -- assuming that what Jeremy is "waving around ... in the Irish drizzle" indeed is merely flaccid.
       
      Robert's quip reminds me of the famous record by The Macc Lads (a particularly aggressive but fun neo-punk band from Macclesfield here in the rural north of England): 'No Sheep 'Til Buxton'.
       
      Steve Moxon
       
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      Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 11:54 PM
      Subject: Re: [evol-psych] Women's bare flesh in winter 'a bigger turn-on for men'

       
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "bowmanthebard" <bowman@iolfree. ie>
      Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2008 4:10 AM
      Subject: Re: [evol-psych] Women's bare flesh in winter 'a bigger turn-on for men'

      > Francine wrote:
      >
      > > Only when the short skirt is being worn by another woman
      > > at whom their boyfriend/husband is staring (grin).
      > >
      > > When a woman's husband/boyfriend/ parent objects to a
      > > short skirt that the woman (herself) is wearing, she
      > > points out that short skirts are cool and comfortable
      > > - no sexual message is intended.
      >
      > If a woman is insensitive to her husband/boyfriend/ parent's objection
      > that her skirt is too short, I agree that no sexual message is
      > intended -- she's trying to maximize irritation and anxiety!
      >
      > I find that waving my unclothed manhood around in the Irish drizzle is
      > "cool and comfortable" . It gives it a bit of a wash too -- but no
      > sexual message is intended!
      >
      > Cheers -- Jeremy
      >
      RKS:
      Even so, the cautious neighbours move their sheep to higher ground...
       
      Robert

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