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taking a girlfriend surfing ~ the manual

An introduction to the next post …..

There are many things that women do not understand, like drinking schooners, or sitting amongst a tableful of friends watching football for four hours, or wearing the same T shirt for five days (and nights), or eating at the same chinese restaurant and having the same meal five days a week for every week of the year. I’ve never seen a woman laugh when somebody farts, and I’ve never met a woman who has admitted to issuing such a warble. Further proof of their indefinable strangeness.

It may even be fair to say that women do not wish to understand these typical male idiosyncracies, after all they have the authorship of enough of their own. The subject of this essay though is to examine the consequences of taking the girlfriend surfing over a long weekend, up the coast, and when all the forecasts are feverishly optimistic.

In other words, we are embarking onto dangerous waters. There will be some painful misunderstandings.

– continued here

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  1. Oh this will be delicious…

    March 25, 2011
  2. Ah, the fateful warble.

    I’ve seen a female or two who’ll laugh at a man’s pension for passing flatus.

    Unfortunately, these specimens usually look like a well-fed walrus in mating season with elephantine legs instead of a flippers, perched on a barstool yon past two in the morn batting shadow-caked lashes at anything that moves.

    Thankfully, the gap in their enourmous fangs makes for decent cunillingus… if a chap is so inclined… and inebriated.

    Errr… when’s part II?

    March 25, 2011
    • It’s a work in progress brewer – and thank you for the image, better you than me in that part of town

      March 25, 2011
  3. granfallooner #


    Two words that debunk your theories,

    Chas Bono.

    Fart on.

    March 25, 2011
    • Thank you g’falloon, short and explicit and inarguable – however we will indeed ‘ fart on ‘ with the matter as there is much to examine – Tonight we will commence with chapter 1 and in which we will comment on the processes of extricating the young lady from the bosom of her family for a long weekend in an old car with a youth they hardly know …

      March 25, 2011
  4. granfallooner #

    March 26, 2011
    • yeah that’s all very well ‘foons – ( hope you don’t mind the abbreviation matey, the original is a little on the wordy side) – but how does the old chaz go in the surf?

      March 26, 2011
      • granfallooner #


        Not sure, but I’d guess He/she’s has a great crossover.

        March 28, 2011

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