By embarrassed2 - 24/01/2011 02:47 - United States
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I think 'I'm going to pee' is a pretty good safety word. or you know, 'stop'
Lol you should've used one before he tickled you. But payback is a bitch, just stick his hands in water and watch him pee himself. (yes I know it doesn't work, but it'd be really funny.)
I fucking hate when guys do that. You shouldn't have to have a "safety" word. When I say to stop tickling me, STOP FUCKING TICKLING ME. I know I'm laughing, that does not mean I'm enjoying it, it's an involuntary reflex you ass-munch. FYL...
#9... I have no vendetta against ticklers, I myself tickle others on occasion, my vendetta is against people who keep going when you tell them to stop. I once had a group of friends who held me down and tickled me until I actually threw up. Tickling is the same as any other time you might touch another human being, when they say "stop"....stop.
My ex used to hold me down and tickle me no matter how much I begged him to stop. His excuse, "but you're laughing a dur dur dur." He stopped when he let my go of my knee before he got off and he got a swift knee to the jewels. Yes, he deserved it for so many more reasons than the tickling, though.
Well pixie, you are right. I had never purposefully hit any other guy before or after. But at the time, I was having a difficult pregnancy (my first and a really small body 5' and 103 lbs) and I was in bed rest for pain and low blood pressure/sugar, as well as preterm labor from 4 months on. Knowing how miserable I was and how much pain I was in... he did it anyway and wouldn't stop until it literally hurt to breathe for a minute or two. He deserved it...and more lol.
Oh jeez, I feel your pain! I'm 5'2" and was originally 120 lbs and I'm on bed rest now as well. I have gestational diabetes, autoimmune thrombocytopenic purpura, and have been in labor since 18 weeks. If someone were to tickle me now, I probably would kick him the the groin. Honestly, that is an attack. If you're on bed rest (among the other things) then tickling is the LAST thing you need. He could've seriously endangered you or your baby. Jerk...
Ew I was borderline diabetic with my last baby. I didn't have to do insulin therapy but I did have to have a strict diet and pricked my finger after every meal. It sucked. Thankfully, he cane out healthy, just a little jaundiced. Bed rest sucks but the sacrifice is worth it. I wish you much luck and better health soon :)
Oh wow. Have sex. Seriously, it helps soften your cervix. My husband and I did it and the next day I was in labor. My husband is five days older than I am but he was two weeks past due. I told him he was waiting for me :3. He was 12 lbs.6 oz when he was born so when I got pregnant I was scared to DEATH. Luckily, my babies came out normal sized..
Yeahhh I can't have sex. I'm not married. It's a personal choice of mine, one that was made after I got pregnant (obviously) lol. Yeah, my grandpa was 12 lbs when he was born, but that was probably a case of gestational diabetes. My lil boy is about 6 lbs right now, which sounds about right cause I'm little, and I was little when I was born. I think his father was a little baby, too, so I lucked out.
I hate you for not telling us the safety word you came up with. I want to know! Any suggestions people?
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