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    MsBlueStreak
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    @NickiPower, I’ve totally told the subject of my dreams before, but in the casual joking way. I’m not sure there is any other way that isn’t awkward.

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    Aunt_FloAunt_Flo
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    @ElleBelle I probably would tell them, even though I’m sure it’d be mega awkward! I guess it would explain any weird behaviour and it’s not as if sex dreams are intentional. I’d like to think I could laugh it off with friends. 

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    #110401
    NickiPower
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    Oh wow @MsBlueStreak, how’d they take it? 

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    MsBlueStreak
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    @NickiPower, about as good as I did when it was mentioned to me that they (the men) had been ranking the attributes of  all females in our group of friends (apparently I had the tightest arse and cutest figure at the time, I did not win sweetest personality) – there was nervous laughter followed by lots of belly laughter and some alcohol as we all went back to normal.  

    We were a pretty close group of friends and colleagues and drinking buddies (we pretty much lived in each others pockets, and rarely went a day without hanging out together in some context), so the reaction was about as expected.

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    #110403
    NickiPower
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    Oh that’s good @MsBlueStreak! I once had a male friend tell me I looked terrible in a pic. I never let him live it down! :joy:

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    #110404
    MsBlueStreak
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    Note to all males: NEVER, and I mean ever, tell a girl she “look terrible”. If she doesn’t punish you in the moment (usually with swinging fists)…. she will punish you for as long as you live.  😀 😀 😀

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