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TOPIC: what's a nice, lite pre play date meal
Created by: norcalcouple13
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Hello esteemed colleagues and neighbors. We need some advice. I (the Mr.) lOVE to cook, in fact I consider it a strong point. My question is, what's a good (impressive) meal that will dazzle our new unicorn, but won't leave us all bloated and logy before the fireworks kick in? Keep in mind, I can cook anything. I do a wicked filet in a peppercorn brandy mustard sauce, and some amazing Italian, but all of my "trademark" dishes aren't exactly..flexibility friendly.
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A 12 oz. glass of water and a Cialis

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We prefer to just do drinks and maybe light munchies before play. Seems to work better that way without full bellies. We eat afterwards once we've worked up an appetite ;-)

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It was funny Fav Color many just cant laugh at themselves. I dont meet people at their homes, I dont want them to feed me. I will go to dinner at a restaurant for a meal the first time I meet someone but I wont be playing as I dont play on first meets. To whoever posted about "always sexy to feed your partners, ahhh no its not.

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Nope, not a big deal at all.

We just see it differently, that's all. Hopefully the OP will note that using that particular term can be demeaning to some (I was a single female in the lifestyle once and that was one of the biggest turn-offs I came across, being referred to as somebody's unicorn).

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Fav Color, what I read into his word choice was anticipation of a long term relationship with the single woman. How would we know what arrangements they've already made?

I didn't take his comments as chest thumping. They may have been exhibiting a bit more self pride than average, but he also opened up a conversation with the rest of us by asking for ideas. No big deal.

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Not trolling, I just find it interesting that you brag about your cooking skills.....

"love to cook" "strong point" "can cook anything"

and yet you feel the need to solicit advice for a meal to cook "OUR NEW UNICORN"? Sounds a weeee bit like chest thumping to me, hence the sarcasm.

That and I find it a demeaning term when it's used in the proprietary way you do. There's so many other terms to use.... single female, girlfriend, gal pal to name a few, that humanize your potential playmate and make her sound less like an object that you so much want to have.

Welcome to the forums.

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And of course a big thank you to fave color for trolling an honest request for advice :-)

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ROFLMAO @ Sed!

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Bush's baked beans, over roasted calf bone marrow, black truffle shavings, a side of asparagus and some steamed cauliflower.

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Oh, giggle at Favorite_Color! I can't say if the OP was being pretentious or not but the mental image your post conjured was priceless.

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