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Hi Cheryl! How have ya been. My man has a pulse....it's me I'm worried about. Maybe I oughtta get me some.Becky :)
I don't know - I had a very scary conversation a while ago, when my mum revealed that she was 'afraid to get your father excited dear, in case he has a heart attack'. I felt she'd shared too much - but sharing it with you has made me feel so much better :).
That being my main requirement in a man, it goes to show how far my standards have slipped. Still no luck.
uh-oh. if it stynx, maybe he left his reading glasses at home - and bought 'Dulse' instead!
When my boys are around the whole place reeks of it, and not necessarily the same (I hesitate to say) fragrance. I haven't got a man, never mind one with a pulse (& I'm not likely to get one now I'm into big pants. I'm blogging incognito now, but if you visit my blog you'll know who I am.
I smelled some of that in a magazine insert, it's actually pretty pleasant. I found the name odd, but I'm assuming the pulse it refers to could be both his and the hopeful raising of yours? (Because it would in theory smell so damn good the woman exposed to it might go into super vixen attack mode, perhaps)
LOL You made me chuckle. And I loved the comments too!My now teenaged son is into Lynx so I was stood at the Boots shelf just the other day considering getting him some more body wash and smelling them all - including Pulse - but decided that as much as I want to encourage him to wash that he could save the Lynx for birthday presents and have the manly flavours from the other lower priced brands. There are some other way out flavour names besides Pulse but can't think of them just now. Apart from Click. Click?! Or maybe that is supposed to remind a man of something it rhymes with?
Heeeeee!Me too, I'm with Doris, you made me chortle and the commnets did too.Click is way too weird for me to even wonder about.
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