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To think this is absolutely f**king disgusting?!!!

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Claire2009 Mon 01-Jun-09 20:09:46

Picked dd & ds up from Playschool this afternoon, neighbours ds as well - she had an urgent appt she'd forgotten and it was arranged for me to collect him & keep him with me until she came back.

Walking out the door and up the slope outside the Playschool with 2 in the double buggy and 1 child walking, a Father comes out of his car at the top of the small slope, he has no top on and a light pair of shorts - it is damn obvious the Father has an erection and he strolls down the slope with his friend. I walk up and past the car where his gf is sat with their 1yo baby, she smiled at me and I continued walking. We are friendly enough - they live opposite me on the cul de sac I live in.

But bloody hell, she sat in the car while he, with the erection goes down to Playschool to collect their 3yo Dd?! shock
Why didn't she get out of the car if he was so obviously aroused?!!!

I walked down to the shops and as I was going in he was just behind me, and he still had the erection (3-4 mins after collecting his Dd and putting her in the car with his gf)...


Overmydeadbody Wed 03-Jun-09 22:16:37

I'm sorry Claire but this is hilarious!grin


Erections are not dangerous or disgusting. Not when covered with clothes.

Every man gets them.

Chill babe.

PlumBumMum Wed 03-Jun-09 22:06:58

Although I too was amazed to realise that some posters didn't realise that it happened involutarily, I thought that was taught in basic sex ed, and thats coming from a convent school girl!

PlumBumMum Wed 03-Jun-09 22:04:48

I can understand around female nurses etc, but then dare I say it dh nd I have a come chat to me while on the loo relationship.
no slippers in our house, just an early riser alarm call for me wink

EvenBetaDad Wed 03-Jun-09 20:57:27

PlumBum - oh yes, even with DW and am sure lot of men feel this way <risky assumption that>.

I suspect from his response that LynetteScavo DH was a bit embarrased when she asked and hence his 'So?' and walking off. I can tell from responses to this thread that quite a lot of women do not know it happens involuntarily. <yet another risky assumption> grin

Having been in hospital with bladder/prostate/kidney problems myself to have it happen involuntarily in front of a female nurse is truely awful.

lucyellensmumisgreat Wed 03-Jun-09 20:43:01

Am i the only one who would be more offended by the lack of upper attire - its so common, men walking around without shirts on - and its usually the skinny wretches anyway

lucyellensmumisgreat Wed 03-Jun-09 20:40:12

Glad to see nothing changes

TubOfLardWithInferiorRange Wed 03-Jun-09 20:30:07

I'm thinking some type of wardrobe malfunction...

PlumBumMum Wed 03-Jun-09 20:20:48

Really evenbetadad? Even if its only you and dw?

TubOfLardWithInferiorRange Wed 03-Jun-09 20:14:08

I would assume then, that the girlfriend's state of being, whatever that may have been, was even more embarrassing than the dad's since she remained in the car.

EvenBetaDad Wed 03-Jun-09 16:05:13

Lynette - its because we are all really very embarrased about it. I would always make an excuse to leave the room even now if I was alone with DW. I hope she would not notice.

LynetteScavo Wed 03-Jun-09 14:28:28

I told DH ab out this OP this morning.

He response was "So?" and he walk off.

Nw I'm wondering if he walks around with erections. If so I've never noticed.

Squiffy Wed 03-Jun-09 04:40:14

My 73 yr old father was diagnosed with kidney stones last week, and until this thread I never realised that erections are a common side effect of such a condition. I have told my mother to trim her ladygarden in anticipation.

His kidney stone is apparantly very big so I wonder if anyone can advise whether there is a correlation effect that I should prepare her for too?

nappyaddict Wed 03-Jun-09 01:28:32


Scrumplet Wed 03-Jun-09 01:02:09

Haven't laughed as much as I have at this thread in ages. So funny.

TubOfLardWithInferiorRange Tue 02-Jun-09 23:57:00

I think I may have heard of this guy before, actually...

Daddy had a little friend he liked to take on strolls;
and everywhere that daddy went, his friend was sure to go.
He led daddy into school one day which was against the rule;
and it made a mum disgusted and mad to see his friend at school.
Why must this dad stroll with his friend
the distraught mum wants to know
Because 'twas bank holiday and dad's safe deposit was closed.

LovelyTinOfSpam Tue 02-Jun-09 20:34:52

Not if he's addicted to viagra...


willowthewispa Tue 02-Jun-09 20:09:51

Wouldn't a drug addiction have the opposite effect on his penis?

pagwatch Tue 02-Jun-09 19:59:37

perhaps he just had the same rousing memories ofthe Queens jubilee that you did..

Perhaps it is a kind of curse thing - like 7 years bad luck. Perhaps he failed to be sufficiently excited about the royal festivities and has been cursed to stand to attention every seven years.

<<pag realises that the Queens anniversary and the impromptu sun shade have failed and she cannot account for stiffy mans behaviour.

Op wins. He was total cock-monkey>>

nevergoogledragonbutter Tue 02-Jun-09 19:55:50

Discussion of the day
Hard ons - ok on a bank holiday?

EvenBetaDad Tue 02-Jun-09 18:35:47

Just thinking. Is there a point at which a thread is deemed 'popular' enough to go on the MN front page?

TubOfLardWithInferiorRange Tue 02-Jun-09 17:34:24

Perhaps he just got overheated in the car.

LynetteScavo Tue 02-Jun-09 17:10:04

If the OP didn't send her children to pre-schools where fathers think it was exceptableto wander around top less this would never have happened.

I'm very curious about "the firend". I'd originally presumed the friend had been in the car with erection dad. If so why go into the nursery too - why not wait in the car? If it was another dad, the OP would have said so; she had painted a pretty clear picture of the scene. So I must conclude "the friend" is the erection.

Even if he wasn't sexually aroused, wandering around with and erection is nothing like having erect nipples, IYAM.

ninah Tue 02-Jun-09 16:12:19

is this still up and running?

lockets Tue 02-Jun-09 16:10:37

Message withdrawn

MaggieBee Tue 02-Jun-09 15:59:42

Do you KNOW why I got confused and started this whole nonsense about bank holidays? BEcause. about 7 yrs ago, when I was in England, it was the queen's jubilee and there was definitely a bank holiday the first monday in june, and I think the tuesday as well. And the weather was gorgeous back then too. Think it was 2002.

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