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an activity for you and your wife/partner to do together

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misi Mon 25-Aug-08 23:02:02

no, not that....

breast cancer is a serious problem, but not only for women. many men die from breast cancer each year too, so why not check each other out for lumps and bumps at the same time?

each month I would check my ex's breasts for lumps then she would check me out and as we men have other bits that protrude as well, she would then check them out at the same time.

ok that would usually lead to ''that'' but the serious side is that we were both checked on a monthly basis. if more men checked themselves out or got their partners to do so then far fewer men would die needlessly each year, and it has the added bonus that the masturbation thread gist would be satisfied too grin

scanner Mon 25-Aug-08 23:03:29

DH has recently had testicular cancer, so I'd agree with you misi. Get checking, sounds like fun.

edam Mon 25-Aug-08 23:04:02

I'm sorry, I'm sure this is jolly sensible advice and all that, but can't quite restrain myself...

<<snigger>>

troubledfriend Mon 25-Aug-08 23:05:49

edam grin

troubledfriend Mon 25-Aug-08 23:06:07

your EX?

misi Mon 25-Aug-08 23:11:13

my EX do you mean???

edam Mon 25-Aug-08 23:13:22

Just a thought, misi, but if you start dating again, probably best to leave this conversation until you get to know someone REALLY quite well indeed. Could be quite off-putting.

MatNanPlus Mon 25-Aug-08 23:13:36

Do that, tho it doesn't take long as there is only one to check downstairs but upstairs can take a while

misi Mon 25-Aug-08 23:23:07

actually it was my new G/f that talked about this first!! she was almost embarrassed when asking me to check her out so I said I will if you do grin
shes back home 1000's of miles away at the moment has been for nearly 2 months sad so lots of checking to catch up on when she gets back wink

misi Mon 25-Aug-08 23:24:45

MatNanPlus takes an average of 2 hours wink, but there are 2 to check below unless you are hitler of course grin

Pan Mon 25-Aug-08 23:24:49

nice one, misi. Like you already, FWIW. So, where is your little one?

misi Mon 25-Aug-08 23:27:46

my son is with his mum on some camping holiday in the middle of no-where at the moment. he complained bitterly that he had to go, but he does like camping so I am hoping he has a good time. my ex and camping though hmm not sure about that for reasons I won't go into grin

Pan Mon 25-Aug-08 23:34:16

ok. My dd and her mum, my ex-, are in a caravan in N.Wales right now..in the lovely rain. dd is fine about it. For me it's a hell on earth. But dd is happy. She is 8 yrs and drinks everything in. Incl. the rain...
how old is your boy??

misi Mon 25-Aug-08 23:39:14

hes 4, and in cornwall somewhere, he only drinks sprite or pineapple juice so no worry about drinking rain !!

MatNanPlus Tue 26-Aug-08 11:35:51

Hi Misi,

Not in our case the dr took one at 9m old.

Leeldodgy Tue 26-Aug-08 11:38:00

God i'm glad I read the OP first before i waded in. I was going to say 'Argue'.
blush

Good idea though.

misi Tue 26-Aug-08 11:47:19

MatNanPlus, sorry to hear that, I thought you may have concluded the wrong protrusion, but glad 'upstairs'can take much longer grin

MatNanPlus Tue 26-Aug-08 11:59:14

TY Misi but you can't miss what you never got to play with and have to say that packaging is firm so spare time is used in other areas, including the long one wink

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