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messageMistress Advice
Posted by TheArtfulDogger September 25, 10:51PM

I misread the mattress Advice thread and this is what I thought I read.

HI
I need to get a new Mistress as mine is causing me to suffer debilitating lower back pain.

I am considering either the Eve or the Emma hybrid Mistress. Does anyone have thoughts on these?

Thanks

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by Humdinger September 26, 09:21AM

Advice on a new mistress you say?

Oooh err!

There should be some high fliers on here living in the East Dulwich area who work in the City or Canary Wharf, who frequently take 'important business trips' during the week, but who are actually in a swanky hotel in the Cotswolds with a mistress, with 'the wife' stuck at home none the wiser? Im not sure many will own up to this on here but hey ho.

I hear there are websites for this kind of thing, or maybe have a scout around for a new mistress in the Bishop at 1am on a Saturday night, after several Aperol Spritz's for Dutch courage.

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by fishbiscuits September 26, 09:29AM

The Cotswolds??!! FFS. If it's worth risking your marriage for, then I'd think you could be a bit more adventurous than Chipping Norton.

Eve and Emma both sound delightful, but I'm not sure what a "hybrid mistress" would involve.

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by malumbu September 26, 12:44PM

Time Out would not take adverts from married men on their lonely hearts page in the 1970s. Times have changed. For younger readers Time Out was a compendium of weekly activities in London, the size of a telephone directory. Oh, what is a telephone directory...

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by Humdinger September 26, 12:49PM

Time Out is now a highly annoying magazine, written by budding 'journalists' with names typically like "Sarah Owen-Parker, 26", who write about their 'addiction' to macaroon biscuits and vegan cheesecake, sold in pop up outlets beside a canal in Hackney.

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by TheArtfulDogger September 26, 05:54PM

fishbiscuits Wrote:
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>
> Eve and Emma both sound delightful, but I'm not
> sure what a "hybrid mistress" would involve.


That's what made me realise I had misread it, unless a hybrid mistress is someone else's wife (both a mistress and wife)

Oh those fish bowls are going to be rattling to the sound of 4*4 keys now

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by KalamityKel September 27, 06:23AM

TheArtfulDogger Wrote:
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> fishbiscuits Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
>
> >
> > Eve and Emma both sound delightful, but I'm not
> > sure what a "hybrid mistress" would involve.
>
>
> That's what made me realise I had misread it,
> unless a hybrid mistress is someone else's wife
> (both a mistress and wife)
>
> Oh those fish bowls are going to be rattling to
> the sound of 4*4 keys now

I was going to say I've PMd you but that kinda sounds wrong winking smiley

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by TheArtfulDogger September 27, 12:30PM

Kel
I got all excited but then realised what you meant

I guess you didn't Surrwnder to the idea in the end 😅

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by cella September 27, 07:07PM

Time to close this 1970s boys thread surely.

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by KalamityKel September 28, 06:33AM

cella Wrote:
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> Time to close this 1970s boys thread surely.

Why?

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by cella September 28, 07:48AM

If you seriously need it explaining.....

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by Spartacus September 28, 04:21PM

cella Wrote:
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> If you seriously need it explaining.....


Yes please
Do explain after all it's not serious but a play on words from another post

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by KalamityKel September 28, 07:26PM

Maybe that was meant for the other thread? *shrugs

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by fishbiscuits September 28, 09:25PM

Only one post that could even vaguely be construed as being anywhere near close-to-the-bone. And now this thread is offensive and should be closed?? Come on...

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by cella September 29, 08:27AM

Yawn FB - stop derailing - don't think anyone has said any of those things.

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by KalamityKel September 29, 08:56AM

Preempting a typical response perhaps.
Don't stress FB you carry on winking smiley

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by cella September 29, 10:01PM

Yawn again. Carry On indeed.

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by DulwichFox September 29, 10:47PM

I really do struggle at times as to what is going on in some threads..

At Swim Two Birds springs to mind.

At Swim-Two-Birds is a 1939 novel by Irish writer Brian O'Nolan, writing under the pseudonym Flann O'Brien.
It is widely considered to be O'Brien's masterpiece, and one of the most sophisticated examples of metafiction.

O'Brien is one of my favourite Authors but I failed to get past the first chapter of this Novel.

DulwichFox

messageRe: Mistress Advice
Posted by TheArtfulDogger September 30, 01:07PM

DulwichFox Wrote:
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> I really do struggle at times as to what is going
> on in some threads..
>
> At Swim Two Birds springs to mind.
>
> At Swim-Two-Birds is a 1939 novel by Irish writer
> Brian O'Nolan, writing under the pseudonym Flann
> O'Brien.
> It is widely considered to be O'Brien's
> masterpiece, and one of the most sophisticated
> examples of metafiction.
>
> O'Brien is one of my favourite Authors but I
> failed to get past the first chapter of this
> Novel.
>
> DulwichFox

Been sniffing the meths again foxy ?


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