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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ollster » Wed 24 Feb, 2010 8:40 pm

The swedish backpacker chicks are always one day ahead or one day behind your party.

(Along the same lines, attractive, non-mad, single bushwalking chicks in Hobart in the 26-36 year old category are a myth*.

*happy to be proven wrong. :mrgreen: )
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby corvus » Wed 24 Feb, 2010 9:13 pm

Have an 19 year old son with you on walks they become magnetic to Swedish type Chicks :lol: (he is nearly thirty now )so it is not the same :(
Dont belive I made that sexist type remark but hey it must be a male thing :lol:
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby geoskid » Wed 24 Feb, 2010 9:14 pm

ollster wrote:The swedish backpacker chicks are always one day ahead or one day behind your party.

(Along the same lines, attractive, non-mad, single bushwalking chicks in Hobart in the 26-36 year old category are a myth*.

*happy to be proven wrong. :mrgreen: )

Nah, they are probably all skinny-dipping in remote tarns somewhere, waiting for you, while you are on the Forum :lol:
Mind you - you could change your occupation and become a Bushwalking Sexologist - Sounds pretty cool, - Hey Under 10kg :wink: :P - Just be prepared to carry more than you were expecting to, things we do eh! :lol:
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ollster » Wed 24 Feb, 2010 10:02 pm

geoskid wrote:Mind you - you could change your occupation and become a Bushwalking Sexologist - Sounds pretty cool


Maybe that IS my occupation...
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby under10kg » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 9:15 am

Yep I have a big advantage over you guys as I am a tantra teacher. When a woman asks me what I do I say, your mother will not want you to know. This usually leads into talking about sex and womans different types of orgasms, g spot massage etc. Happened on my last walk. :D :D :D
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Son of a Beach » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 9:18 am

under10kg wrote:When a woman asks me what I do I say, your mother will not want you to know.


I might try that line next time. ;-)
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Nuts » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 9:31 am

Yer, iv'e tried that line, nothin but a slap in the face so far :roll:

Young and naive, I used to think they were all just such a sincerely friendly bunch, all those smiles- how little i knew :wink:
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby under10kg » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 12:54 pm

Nuts that sounds a little sad as I adore women.
I am sure the following could get some feedback :mrgreen:

Postby ollster » Wed 24 Feb, 2010 8:40 pm
The swedish backpacker chicks are always one day ahead or one day behind your party.
(Along the same lines, attractive, non-mad, single bushwalking chicks in Hobart in the 26-36 year old category are a myth*.


Ollster, you could try this. Visulise your new bushwalking loving woman. (Loves nature and being in nature, sexy, not mad, healthy, non critical, loving, orgasmic and expand to about 20 points) Everyday, imagine the pleasure and feelings when you are walking with this woman. Feel how much pleasure you will get out of this on a feeling level and not just in your mind.Do this for a few minutes a day and then totally forget about it. Repeat each day. The feeling aspect of this method is important as well as the total letting go.

For all the guys that will think this is a lot of total crap, I did this technique each day a while back and in a few weeks I got a woman that satified 18 out of 20 things I imagined. Beng the sex mad man I am :D everytime I did the exercise I felt her energy and I got turned on. She does love being in nature, and I am having the very best sex in my life, we have been walking in Tasi, New Zealand etc etc

If it works for you I will send you a bill for services provided :D
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ollster » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 1:25 pm

Yeah, your're right, LOL. Sorry, but that sounds too much like an infomercial - al la "The Secret". Too "off with the faries" for me, I'm quite grounded in reality. If I started thinking like that I would not classify anyone who hooked up with me as non-mad. :mrgreen:

Glad it worked for you though! :D
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Nuts » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 2:17 pm

[quote="under10kg"]Nuts that sounds a little sad as I adore women.

[quote]

Hmm realistic perhaps (It wasnt meant in any negative way though I imagined there would be some....)

As for the rest of your post... you must trip over a lot :D
Was gulable one of her 20 point attributes :lol:
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ollster » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 2:28 pm

Nuts wrote:As for the rest of your post... you must trip over a lot :D


LOL. Wish I had that problem, I just keep running into trees from my self-inflicted blindness... (yes, it's true :wink: ).
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Ent » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 3:49 pm

Back on things I have learnt. There is sometimes way too much information on this website :shock: :lol:
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Taurë-rana » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 4:26 pm

ollster wrote:(Along the same lines, attractive, non-mad, single bushwalking chicks in Hobart in the 26-36 year old category are a myth*.

Along more of the same lines, attractive, non-mad, non-baggage laden, single bushwalking blokes in the next age group up in Tassie are also a myth!

under10kg, there is a flaw in your argument whether it's men or women trying something similar - those people you are visualising actually have to exist, and you have to actually "just happen" to meet them. I agree with ollster, it sounds very much like The Secret.
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Taurë-rana » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 4:27 pm

By the way uXk, are you really a Tantra teacher? :D
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby north-north-west » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 8:03 pm

What's wrong with being mad?
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby geoskid » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 8:30 pm

scavenger wrote:What's wrong with being mad?

Nothing, except breakfast time can get a bit messy....I'm told
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby corvus » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 8:36 pm

Not that it is my business under 10 kg but if you are such a stud why do you walk alone :lol: .
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ollster » Thu 25 Feb, 2010 11:28 pm

scavenger wrote:What's wrong with being mad?


Mad as in "bunny boiler" mad. What's right with mad?!
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ILUVSWTAS » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 3:36 am

corvus wrote:Not that it is my business under 10 kg but if you are such a stud why do you walk alone :lol: .
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Maybe he needs time away from the admiring hordes of women
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ollster » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 6:46 am

ILUVSWTAS wrote:Maybe he needs time away from the admiring hordes of women


Why yes, all the attention really does get to one. I really don't know how I stand it either...

Another thing I've learnt - don't start throwing dry wombat poo at people when they've just dished up their evening meal. If they try and fend it off, it will likely explode in a cloud of poo dust and get in their "four cheeses" pasta meal, thereby becoming the fabled "fifth cheese". This results in having to cede one's own meal...
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Son of a Beach » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 7:49 am

ollster wrote:Another thing I've learnt - don't start throwing dry wombat poo at people when they've just dished up their evening meal. If they try and fend it off, it will likely explode in a cloud of poo dust and get in their "four cheeses" pasta meal, thereby becoming the fabled "fifth cheese". This results in having to cede one's own meal...


If you're eating 4 cheeses pasta from a packet, the addition may well be an improvement.
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby under10kg » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 9:12 am

Not that it is my business under 10 kg but if you are such a stud why do you walk alone :lol: .

My girlfriend is at Antarctica doing research for 4 months so that is why I was solo on my last walk. :( And I never said I was a stud. :(

By the way uXk, are you really a Tantra teacher? :D

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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Tony » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 10:24 am

Never get involved in a forum debate or argument unless you have way to much time to waste.

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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Ent » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 10:54 am

Some of us can resist anything but temptation itself (apologies to Oscar)

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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Taurë-rana » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 3:25 pm

Tony wrote:Never get involved in a forum debate or argument unless you have way to much time to waste.

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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby Dave Bremers » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 4:09 pm

i agree with under10kg, visualising can be good, but i've never tried it for ladies. and before anyone asks i didn't try it for my last trip either ahaha beat you to it!
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ILUVSWTAS » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 4:19 pm

Haha nice one Dave.....
So it wasnt you helicoptered out 10k's from Federation peak yesterday? Thats good, just checking........
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby ollster » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 6:30 pm

ILUVSWTAS wrote:Haha nice one Dave.....
So it wasnt you helicoptered out 10k's from Federation peak yesterday? Thats good, just checking........


That was low... but I LOLed... like, I really did.

PS: I do visualise women all the time. When you see my eyes glaze over, then I'm not having a fit, just "visualising".
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby rucksack » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 7:24 pm

There are many paths to the top of the mountain, but the view is the same ... Chinese proverb
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Re: Things I have learnt.

Postby geoskid » Fri 26 Feb, 2010 7:39 pm

rucksack wrote:There are many paths to the top of the mountain, but the view is the same ... Chinese proverb

Yeah - I think Ollie will take any path he can get at the moment :lol:
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