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Whistled at - I wish

cris

Registered User
Aug 23, 2006
326
70
Chelmsford
Was not sure where to post this. I was smiling :) so I nearly posted in tearoom, but it sad as well :( so I'll stick it here. I've just been whistled for :) No not that sort of whistle, cor he's tasty, nice bum type, but heh I need help and don't know your name.
Yes Susan has woke up and wanted help to come down, could not remember my name :( so she whistled :) -------- it worked though, gave her a great big cuddle and said "my name's chris. Let's go and have a cup of tea."
cris
 

Grannie G

Volunteer Moderator
Apr 3, 2006
71,830
Kent
What a loving response cris, but yes, it is sad. Hope you both enjoyed your cup of tea.
Love xx
 
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DeborahBlythe

Registered User
Dec 1, 2006
9,222
Well maybe Susan thought her whistle would travel further than words? Need not have forgotten your name, just using the best means of attracting attention. They issue whistles to climbers in case they get lost in the mountains. Same principle.
 

sheena

Registered User
Aug 4, 2007
22
:) Didn't get a whistle - at least not yet - but did get a kiss and a hug everytime he walked past me during the evening ( not sure if he just forgot he had already given me one or was pleased to know I was still there) - what a change from a couple of days ago when he didn't want to put up with me
Good response to your whistle though - I'm smiling at the moment, hope you are too.