Adult Women Only--Do you read or are you a writer? Tell me if you think this is possible?

Reply Sat 11 Apr, 2009 09:08 am
This reminds me of the little fetish guy we once had here - inquiring about
our shoes and feet. Remember?
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Reply Sat 11 Apr, 2009 10:02 am
Stand in front of a mirror

1.Just put your hand in front of your mouth and you will figure out what direction your fingers point and on the same time figure out what part of your hand is closest to your nostrils.

2.Take a ruler and messure how close it comes to your nose.

3. Wash your hands

4. Squezze your nose thightly together and test how much you smell.

5. Try to scream with your hand tight over your mouth and nose

6. Spit in your hand - if you can and see if you can smell it

7. If you did not get all details very clear start all over by 1.

8. When you yourself have figured it all out you don´t have to ask us any questions anymore.

9. Hopefully you can figure out the rest of the story on your own.

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Reply Sat 11 Apr, 2009 10:09 am
for some reason this little dialogue runs through my head when i read this thread

Dr. Lecter: Now then, tell me. What did Miggs say to you? Multiple Miggs in the next cell. He hissed at you. What did he say?

Clarice: He said, "I can smell your ****."

Dr. Lecter: I see. I, myself, cannot. You use Evian skin cream, and sometimes you wear L'Air du Temps … but not today.
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Reply Sat 11 Apr, 2009 12:52 pm
This is the description of the passage in the book you are attempting to have us dramatize for your analysis:

I am reading a book from Dean Koontz. In the story, a woman in her 40's kidnaps a boy in his teens. She approaches him from behind and covers his mouth with her hand to keep him quiet from the neighbors.

This is the premise you set up for the dramatization and analysis:

Do you think it is realistic that a woman's hand is big enough to cover a boys mouth with her hand to keep him quiet? How close to his nose might your hand come? Do you think the boy would be forced to smell her hand against his will if she kept him quiet? My nose and mouth are a quarter of an inch apart. Explain your answer. Is your hand small or adult sized.

There is no mention in the passage you described of the boy's nose, a hand size, the ability to cover both a hand and nose with a hand or a scent on a hand.

Your analysis is a fantasy. The only thing unrealistic is your relentless questioning and requests for unrelated details. It leaves the impression of someone with a fetish.

I choose not to participate in your perversion of the book, if there was a book at all in the first place.
Reply Sat 11 Apr, 2009 01:19 pm
I refuse to go along with your game, therefore I am going to bring your email to me out from the shadows and make it public.

from scott proctor <[email protected]>
to butrflynet

date Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 1:08 PM
subject hand over mouth
mailed-by yahoo.com
signed-by yahoo.com

hide details 1:08 PM (4 minutes ago) Reply

Please don't be insulting. This is far from a fetish for me. That's
quite sick.I just happened to think that this is quite unrealistic.
I mean lets's face it. Women have small hands, and they are weaker than boys. I was just seeking the opinion of other women to see if this was plausible. Please don't read into it. Now, you are right on one thing.
I should have been more forthright about providing you with more detail.
The book describes the boy as being 5'1 and weighing 101 lbs. The woman is 5'6 and 145 lbs. It makes no mention about the size of her hand but it does state that the boy's nose and mouth are a mere 1/4 of an inch apart. The woman's hand smells of soap.I apologize for not being more deailed the site only allows 1,000 characters. I couldn't fit it all in.
ould you shed some light on this? Could you answer the questions from my post? Since you're a writer, i could probably learn from you on this matter.


There is no limitation of character length here. You have mistaken my post for a response to the same question you posed on yahoo.com.

What is the title of the Koontz book you are reading? I'm familiar with most of his books and your description doesn't ring a bell. I'd like to review the passage for myself to get the context.

Reply Sat 11 Apr, 2009 01:35 pm
Thank you. Still sounds like fontofwisdom to me.
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Reply Sat 11 Apr, 2009 05:44 pm
Interesting... His same post and series of follow up questions left a similar impression and earned a similar response over at amazon.com


I've just reported this Question for "abuse". Youseem to have too much of a prurient interest in such a matter, which I believe verges upon an unhealthy interest in "child pornography or abuse"--especially since you are writing PMs to the answerers for "kinky" details.

If anyone has indeed received questionable PMs inrelation to this question please send an abuse-report on the PM to the moderator.


And again over at yahoo.com


Reply Sat 11 Apr, 2009 06:52 pm
Good work, bfn.

I was put off by the question itself. Why would only women be able to express their judgement? But then it got weirder.
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Reply Wed 19 Aug, 2009 08:14 pm
Smelling one's own spit is some sort of folk metaphor for weakness and/or a lack of self awareness, but don't ask me why or what it means beyond that. I heard it a lot growing up with parents and relatives from Virginia's Tidewater region, as in, "Even an ant can smell his own spit," which may be a paraphrasing of a passage from "The Merchant of Venice." I ran into your post googling the expression in an effort to find its origins. I wonder if the author was referencing this.
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