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Icon 11 posted October 18, 2004 08:00      Profile for MTB Babe   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
And the winner is...
this sexy country!

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Canada never gets mentioned in those damned things.

I guess they figure we're too cold to take off our parkas and get it on.

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quote:
Originally posted by drunkennewfiemidget:
Canada never gets mentioned in those damned things.

That's 'cos they have a policy of not getting the moose's side of the story.

The report says that Britons are the best at foreplay - but it doesn't tell you that most of the average 22 mins is spent getting both pairs of wellies on her.

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quote:
Originally posted by spungo:
The report says that Britons are the best at foreplay - but it doesn't tell you that most of the average 22 mins is spent getting both pairs of wellies on her.

Umm....what are wellies? [Eek!] [crazy]

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quote:
Originally posted by spungo:
quote:
Originally posted by drunkennewfiemidget:
Canada never gets mentioned in those damned things.

That's 'cos they have a policy of not getting the moose's side of the story.

The report says that Britons are the best at foreplay - but it doesn't tell you that most of the average 22 mins is spent getting both pairs of wellies on her.

Spungo: HAR HAR HAR [thumbsup] Good one!

MTB: Wellies, below

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Icon 10 posted October 18, 2004 09:58      Profile for MTB Babe   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
LOL thats funny!! But...I don't get it.
Must be a British thing [Confused] [crazy]

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Probably just a spungo thing. [Wink]

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The tradition of sheep shagging, is a long standing tradition in parts of Europe and Australia. In the US south a pig, family member or Ned Beatty is often used in place of the sheep. Typically, the shagger would wear wellies, or in North America a set of hip waders. The sheeps hind legs are slipped into the wellies/waders along with the shaggers legs. The advantage is that the sheep can't escape and is unable to kick until the *ahem* business is complete.

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This reminds me of that song, "No Sheep Til Buxton," by the Mac Ladds.

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Icon 1 posted October 18, 2004 12:09      Profile for spungo     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Yeah, but I prefer them in two pairs of wellies... 'cos it looks so goddamned sexy. [Smile]

(p.s. Macc Lads - top stuff!)

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Plus wiff wellies on the front there is little chance of the sheep escaping or getting an errant hoof

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quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
The tradition of sheep shagging, is a long standing tradition in parts of Europe and Australia.

No, it's New Zealand where sheep-shagging is rife.

'Roo-buggering is the national sport here, and if you think you can get a 'roo to wear wellies, good luck to you !

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
'Roo-buggering is the national sport here, and if you think you can get a 'roo to wear wellies, good luck to you !

Right. My mistake. BTW, how do you keep the 'roos tail out of the way, or do you have to go at it face on. Does the pouch play into the equation at all?

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quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
'Roo-buggering is the national sport here, and if you think you can get a 'roo to wear wellies, good luck to you !

Right. My mistake. BTW, how do you keep the 'roos tail out of the way, or do you have to go at it face on. Does the pouch play into the equation at all?
And how do you keep them from hopping around? Or is that the fun part?

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quote:
Originally posted by Aves Corax:
quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
'Roo-buggering is the national sport here, and if you think you can get a 'roo to wear wellies, good luck to you !

Right. My mistake. BTW, how do you keep the 'roos tail out of the way, or do you have to go at it face on. Does the pouch play into the equation at all?
And how do you keep them from hopping around? Or is that the fun part?
*looks in and see's topic and ensuing thread*

*goes back to lurking*

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quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
Does the pouch play into the equation at all?

That's where you put your beer [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
'Roo-buggering is the national sport here, and if you think you can get a 'roo to wear wellies, good luck to you !

not to mention finding a pair that will fit!, big feet means..erm, well no, let's just drop it
[Eek!]

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The things I have learned from this thread I dare not ever speak of again.
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quote:
Originally posted by Aves Corax:
And how do you keep them from hopping around? Or is that the fun part?

The fun part would be trying not to get punched in the head by one of them. Kangaroos will quite happily punch or swipe, and their claws are deadly sharp, too. Oh, and they're very strong, too Not an animal to be messed with, actually.

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The real question is, what do you do with the second vagina? [Eek!] [blush]

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Only a woman would ask such a silly question. You have the second vagina for when the first one is *ahem* under the weather, as they tend to be 5-7 days out of 28 [Razz]

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Or, for some of us, 3-4 days out of 35. And wouldn't *both* uteruses (uteri?) be shedding at the same time? [Confused]

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quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
Only a woman would ask such a silly question. You have the second vagina for when the first one is *ahem* under the weather, as they tend to be 5-7 days out of 28 [Razz]

that doesn't explain the two pronged penis.
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quote:
Originally posted by TMBWITW,PB:
Or, for some of us, 3-4 days out of 35. And wouldn't *both* uteruses (uteri?) be shedding at the same time? [Confused]

Not necessarily.

For a start, there's no good reason to assume they 'shed' at all, it's all very different in marsupials. There's no placenta.

Secondly, the whole dual system bizzo allows the female to have 2 out-of-phase pregnancies going at once. This pretty strongly implies that they're not synchronized.

The other cool things about marsupial reproduction is that they can put their pregnancy 'on hold' during lean times, and re-start them when conditions improve. This means they can increase in numbers very rapidly after a drought, a handy talent in a drought-prone place like oz.

/me obviously spent far too much time talking to a marsupiologist workmate.

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I'm finding these posts alternately eyebrow lifting ("and you know that /how/?") and ... um ... actually, they're all like that, just in different ways.

And I can't believe a conversation on France as the sexiest country got turned towards kangaroo mating/reproductive cycles & habits.

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