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airborne_artist
2nd Jan 2009, 14:10
Picture the scene:

Mrs AA and I arrive at friends at 2030 ish for a convivial evening to see in the New Year. We start making the hellos, and our hostess and I make our way towards each other for a peck on the cheek. But it's not a peck on the cheek; just as I'm on late finals and just about committed for her left cheek, her hands rise up and she grabs my chops, puts in a large amount of right aileron and plants a soft, slightly open kiss right on my surprised lips.

I could smell little or no alcohol on her breath, so I don't think she'd taken on too much cooking sherry.

Was this:
A normal way for a lady in her late 40s to greet all her equally late 40s male guests?
A special kiss reserved for a good friend?
A quick way of letting me know that she's not getting enough?The departing kiss was not much different, but by then her husband was quite close by.

Discuss :E

Chesty Morgan
2nd Jan 2009, 14:20
A simple way to check would have been to "slip her the tongue". Then you'd know either way.:}

sisemen
2nd Jan 2009, 14:20
Yer in :ok: BIG TIME

1DC
2nd Jan 2009, 14:24
Have you asked Mrs. AA's opinion??

brickhistory
2nd Jan 2009, 14:25
And how were Mrs. AA's powers of observation?

Men can be oblivious to such things, but women have this uncanny radar/spidey-sense about such.

Sallyann1234
2nd Jan 2009, 14:42
If she is that free and easy with her mouth, you should consider what she might have been doing with it before she exchanged body fluids with you :E

dazdaz
2nd Jan 2009, 14:44
Seems to me a 'check out' for a future swingers party:E Do any readers have experience of said parties? You can PM me with details if you feel shy:E

ShyTorque
2nd Jan 2009, 14:47
You can PM me with details if you feel shy

Leave me out of this; no-one's feeling me!

Whirlygig
2nd Jan 2009, 14:56
A normal way for a lady in her late 40s to greet all her equally late 40s male guests?
A special kiss reserved for a good friend?
A quick way of letting me know that she's not getting enough?


Nope
Possibly
Most likely :pUnless Mrs. A-A is particularly jealous or possessive, I would mention it to her in a light-hearted way and see if she noticed the hostess's behaviour towards other gentlemen. :)

Cheers

Whirls

Whirlygig
2nd Jan 2009, 14:59
no-one's feeling me!
Is that a statement of intent or a attempt at eliciting sympathy? ;)

Cheers

Whirls

ShyTorque
2nd Jan 2009, 15:02
Dunno, don't unnerstand such big words. ;)

The hostess sat on my hand on New Year's Eve - does this count? She said "move your hand" so I did.... quite a lot. :E

eticket
2nd Jan 2009, 15:22
http://www.augk18.dsl.pipex.com/Smileys/stirthepothal.gif

Is this a test by Mrs AA?

airborne_artist
2nd Jan 2009, 15:27
Unless Mrs. A-A is particularly jealous or possessive, I would mention it to her in a light-hearted way and see if she noticed the hostess's behaviour towards other gentlemen.

I don't think I'll be discussing it with 'er indoors. She's off to Oz soon, for six weeks, and I wouldn't want her worrying :}

OFSO
2nd Jan 2009, 15:28
dazdaz wrote: Seems to me a 'check out' for a future swingers partyhttp://static.pprune.org/images/smilies/evil.gif Do any readers have experience of said parties? You can PM me with details if you feel shyhttp://static.pprune.org/images/smilies/evil.gif

OK, this is a little off-thread but you did ask. A very attractive lady I know (currently single & unattached) was invited to what she guessed would be a formal party at a stately home. She turned up in her Audi TT Quadro (crunch of wide tyres on gravel drive), parked, walked to door, pushed bell, door opened by butler: to reveal a lot of people clad in not-very-much to nothing-at-all, most carrying implements for restraint and/or inflicting pain, and many of them using such devices on each other with cries of joy or pain. Or joy AND pain.

She recounted this at subsequent dinner party, and paused at this juncture: enthralled we asked "what did you do ?" and she replied "derobed and joined in" - which needless to say was the polite thing to do.

So that open-mouth kiss might have been an initiation ceremony.

Old Persian saying: "Lap up the honey, stranger, and ask no questions".

R

airborne_artist
2nd Jan 2009, 15:30
So that open-mouth kiss might have been an initiation ceremony.


Possibly, but not for that evening - all their four teenaged kids were still up when we left at 0100.

Lon More
2nd Jan 2009, 15:35
Ask Mrs. AA if she got similar treatment from the host

Storminnorm
2nd Jan 2009, 16:22
Hope you cleaned your teeth after! :}

Loose rivets
2nd Jan 2009, 17:28
I've just sat up from being reclined in me office chair. I'd flopped back while entering a deeply reflective state.:rolleyes:

50 years, and the memory of her lithe 16 year old body in my arms is still all too clear. We all used to snog (attractive term that) at parties in those days, but my mate's little sister was really out of bounds, me being some 11 years older. She seemed to be vibrant with enthusiasm and it felt soooooooooo good. So, so good. We were in the bathroom and the light was out, the noise of the party would be cover enough, wouldn't it?

Suddenly the door bursts open. The soon to be Mrs LR has a way of inflicting damage on material objects with her eyes alone, and they were fairly blazing. The nymph departs, saying, "I'm orf!" leaving me to my fate in the bathroom.

I'm not allowed to forget this to this day.:bored:

Spent some time with the girl in question this summer. Still totally gorgeous.

Beatriz Fontana
2nd Jan 2009, 17:36
The answer's C. Definitely. Desperate Housewife!

What was she doing with her hands again...?

Union Jack
2nd Jan 2009, 17:38
She's off to Oz soon, for six weeks, and I wouldn't want her worrying http://static.pprune.org/images/smilies/badteeth.gif

A_A Have you considered the possibility that the said "late 40s" knows about Mrs A_A's impending departure.....?:eek:

More seriously, I have quite separately noticed a significant increase in the number of ladies who kiss in the manner specified - and I'm a lot older than you, so no complaints here!:ok:

Jack

PS Noting your final admission of your age, relative to that quoted (and often previously noted) on your Public profile, I've finally clicked that you may have been born on 29 February!

airborne_artist
2nd Jan 2009, 18:07
A_A Have you considered the possibility that the said "late 40s" knows about Mrs A_A's impending departure.....?That salient snippet came out between kiss #1 and kiss #2. I'm waiting for the call for/inviting herself to coffee one day soon, as she knows I work from home :E

UJ - to have been at BRNC during the handover between Captains Greening and Hunt I couldn't really be any younger than v late 40s. There's something the ladies like about a man who used to wear uniform, especially best barathea :ok:

Union Jack
2nd Jan 2009, 18:17
There's something the ladies like about a man who used to wear uniform, especially best barathea http://static.pprune.org/images/smilies/thumbs.gif

Good answer A_A - and never forget the ladies who used to wear dark blue barathea .... with blue stripes rather than gold in my case!

Jack

Rwy in Sight
2nd Jan 2009, 18:20
Nice case my fellow PPRuNer.

Please make sure Mrs. AA has arrived safely in Australia. And no matter what you do make sure she does not read PPRuNe.

brickhistory has a point so please very very smooth that includes handling the issue of the invitation for tea.


Rwy in Sight

UniFoxOs
2nd Jan 2009, 18:28
More seriously, I have quite separately noticed a significant increase in the number of ladies who kiss in the manner specified - and I'm a lot older than you, so no complaints here

Me too - nearly all my lady friends (including the GF's two sisters) kiss me that way now. Maybe I'm getting more fanciable - or maybe they are taking pity on an old geezer - or maybe it's just a fashion.

Whatever it is - I hope it keeps going!!

UFO

OFSO
2nd Jan 2009, 18:36
Hey Loose Rivits, please - ooh, aaah, groan....keep such comments such as the memory of her lithe 16 year old body in my arms is still all too clear to yourself. At my advanced age I prefer not to have my memories shaken, not stirred. Now, 25-year-olds are another matter !

Back to the thread. A couple of years ago at a dinner party our hostess Judy asked us whether it was normal, when shaking hands with a male friend, to find he'd folded his middle finger back against his palm and was gently vibrating it within the handshake, against her palm.

Nobody there had every heard of this, so she demonstrated it to us and yup, it was sexy.

Judy's husband snorted and pointed out that the man doing this was a "renowned lecher".

Hmmmm.

R

Whirlygig
2nd Jan 2009, 18:37
You sure he wasn't a freemason ? :}

Cheers

Whirls

airborne_artist
2nd Jan 2009, 18:50
Good answer A_A - and never forget the ladies who used to wear dark blue barathea .... with blue stripes rather than gold in my case!Which reminds me of the Wren officer who had clearly worked through the local talent in Gib, and made it quite plain to me one Friday happy hour that I was her next candidate. I already had a date that evening with another girl I knew out there, and was flying home the next morning, so had to pass up. Imagine my surprise when four years later my newly-divorced father, also in the RN, showed up with her on his arm :E

Beatriz Fontana
2nd Jan 2009, 20:35
it was sexy

Yeurgh! I can think of sexier introductions, thanks!

OFSO
2nd Jan 2009, 20:47
Yes, Madame Fontana, of course you can think of sexier introductions, thanks ! but then you are a lady and we are just simple men.....

R

Beatriz Fontana
2nd Jan 2009, 20:57
Ooh, no, never just simple men! Maybe I should have said that I was reminiscing upon sexier introductions... :O

BAMRA wake up
2nd Jan 2009, 20:58
The departing kiss was not much different, but by then her husband was quite close by.


A_A you might well have been a pawn in some domestic power play. What had her husband been up to prior to your arrival?

birrddog
2nd Jan 2009, 21:24
Bamra, I've been caught in that situation before... was fortunate enough to have enough wits left after all the whiskey to avoid the situation....

Neither her or my spouse were aware of the 'possibility' though from what the 'lady' in question told me later I got the feeling she would have obliged in informing everyone, as a way of getting back at her spouse.

Some things are more enjoyable if just left to the imagination!

Beatriz Fontana
2nd Jan 2009, 22:09
Some things are more enjoyable if just left to the imagination!

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.................. *sigh*

Sorry, did someone say something?

goudie
2nd Jan 2009, 22:33
That salient snippet came out between kiss #1 and kiss #2. I'm waiting for the call for/inviting herself to coffee one day soon, as she knows I work from home http://static.pprune.org/images/smilies/evil.gif



If or when the call comes AA, I trust we'll be kept in the picture as to the outcome. As has been suggested, I suspect a hidden agenda.
It started with a kiss...............

cockney steve
2nd Jan 2009, 22:37
A A - perhaps she initially thought it wasyou!...thinking you'd done a bit of hard living in the intervening period.

Most females of my acquaintance,do not kiss (I am the reserved type)
Only one does the "full-on" thing ,another mutual ladyfriend informed me that she was a woman of no virtue...Idid not find her at all attractive, physically, and now avoid socialising with her.
re-O.P.
IMHO, it was a "come-on" but as Birrddog observed,you could potentially be a pawn in a bigger game.

If you're happily married....AVOIDany situation likely to get out of control .
flirting, in the right place, is fun....risking your happiness a different ball-game (so to speak:\ ) altogether.

621andy
3rd Jan 2009, 02:15
when shaking hands with a male friend, to find he'd folded his middle finger back against his palm and was gently vibrating it within the handshake, against her palm.

Erm, I have it on good authority that amongst certain types of men, this handshake is a secret sign that they 'bat for the other side' and are asking if you do too:ooh:

Although in this situation quoted above I assume the old lech had misunderstood the code:}

CityofFlight
3rd Jan 2009, 03:16
I've been staring at the title of the thread and it's been begging for a fun sound track.....:E

YouTube - The Crystals - Then He Kissed Me (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1A9pHp8iF-8)

Darn, like this version too...

YouTube - Sonny & Cher - Then he kissed me 1967 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eySxli9_xBM&NR=1)






To be taken tongue in cheek--so to speak!! :E :p

pigboat
3rd Jan 2009, 03:25
CofF you beat me to it. :D

CityofFlight
3rd Jan 2009, 03:31
There's nothing like a good, tongue in cheek! :ok:;)

goudie
3rd Jan 2009, 08:26
There's nothing like a good, tongue in cheek!


And which cheek would that be?

Lon More
3rd Jan 2009, 08:53
There's been abit of match-making going on on spin off sites from JB the past year.

Naybe JB is about to see a bit of match-breaking? :ooh:

parabellum
3rd Jan 2009, 10:58
Erm, I have it on good authority that amongst certain types of men, this handshake is a secret sign that they 'bat for the other side' and are asking if you do toohttp://static.pprune.org/images/smilies/icon25.gif


Things may well have changed but as a seriously horny fifteen year old back in the fifties this behaviour was totally hetero and intended to show the lady/girl that you fancied her and was she up for it? (All very juvenile, but that is what we were!)

eticket
3rd Jan 2009, 13:25
The finger against the palm can also be a medical condition called 'Dupuytrens Contracture' where the finger is unable to straighten and rests against the palm. It usually appears in later life and both Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher had it. It is common on both sides of my family. :(

Sufferers can have an operation but if it fails then amputation is an option as sufferers are acutely aware of the surprised reaction it can engender in the person they are shaking hands with as well as the nuisance it presents when trying to grip anything.