Will do, Brother dino and thanks!
Presently we're titrating dosages, being careful to monitor the blood pressure. We had one close call during the night when she started swooning (and it wasn't because I'm so good looking, hahaha) and I got there just in time to ease her down to the carpet.
That kind of thing happens when after sitting for a very long time, you stand up too fast; but this was caused by the meds being too strong. Anyway, all is well.
Now about that "Tonsil Hockey": I'm going to ass-u-me that's French Kissing or an open-mouth type thing? At about 14 years of age, all I knew was what we talked about in the Boy's Bathroom, but I thought I had the technique down.
Fast-Forward to age 15. Location: our broken-down little theater; Balls: Blue.
What I learned that night was that my technique needed some work. Apparently what I should have done was make sure both mouths were open a little after the initial "liplock' as you call it: she opens her mouth, you open yours and then the tongues touch each other, both lips slide around on each other, the tongues slip in and out, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc . ----------------- That's what one is supposed to do. I got the lip lock and then I sucked in real hard. Estimated negative pressure was about 80 mm Hg. Pain from slap which followed, on a scale of 1-10: about 8. Laughter volume measured in decibels: 6.0dB.
I'm sorry for the length (of this post).
Gotta go see Dondra.
Good night and have a good and stress-free work week, dear friends!
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