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Thursday, October 21, 2004

Humour is an aphrodisiac

Stating the obvious of course. I find it a wonderful thing when someone can make me laugh; there is nothing like the endorphin rush that you get when your whole body laughs - its a fantastic release of energy.

I think its such a sexy quality for a man to have, it makes more of an impression on me than a handsome face or even being skilled in bed. It turns me on that a man can have the talent and power to make me laugh, loosen up and feel at ease.

And I find myself wondering about the writers whose blogs I read for my daily fix of giggles; these men - JonnyB, Unluckyman, Nutgroist - that make me feel so good, what are they really like behind the anonymity that we all share? Do they realise the talents that they have? Are they aware of the pleasure they give through their written words? And being the Girl that I am, my mind starts wandering (sorry guys) and I wonder if they know that they turn me on? Their words, their skill, their talent makes me feel alive - and with my pulse racing, I find myself wanting to play...

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