Friday, November 16, 2018

Ttwd He Said/She Said And LOL Day # 2





Mere: I love the ritual of lighting candles for dinner in the winter.
Jack: Let's go upstairs and do a little ritual of mine.

Mere: I am not sure I want that way.
Jack: You are being very cheeky. Now I will concentrate on some cheeks. 

Mere: You are just not hearing me.
Jack: Oh, I will be hearing you loud and clear. Come here, please. 


On this the second day of LOL Days, I am asking you to participate. You must have your own version of ttwd "He said/She Said" and I would like you to share it right here with all of us in the comments. If you would rather email me your version, I can post it for you. 

I usually encourage those new to write me an email so we can get to know one another. The reader friends I have did just that. They simply emailed and now we are great ttwd friends. Why not give it a try?

Meredith

28 comments:

  1. Hi Meredith! :) Happy LOL Day! This is a fun one. Here is mine, which happened a couple of months ago or so, during a spanking:

    SPANK! SPANK! SPANK! etc...

    Me: OWWWW! What is all that for?

    Rob: I've been trying to put out a wildfire. I think that I have found the source!


    HAHA! Rob's one liners crack me up. They happen so often, but if I don't write them down, like I did this one back then, I forget them. Have fun today. Many hugs,

    ❤️Katie xoxo

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    1. Katie,
      Our guys are the kings of the one liners!
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  2. Good idea, Mere!

    Sam - Why are you feeling so low, Ells?

    Ella - I don't really want to talk about it.

    Sam - You can talk to me or
    you can talk to Mr. Paddle.

    No matter which choice I make, it works every time.

    Ella

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    1. Ella,
      That little saying would bring me right out of the blues.
      M

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  3. These happen all the time, it’s second nature at this point but they’re hard to remember...here is a recent one that happened one night when in bed approaching my ‘bedtime’:

    Me: How about I spend just a little extra time finishing some reading and then I’ll turn the light out.

    My Guy: How about we spend that little extra time in the closet working on the bedtime.

    It’s effective to say the least! Thanks Mere, this is a fun one!

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    1. Laurel,
      You do not want extra time anywhere near that closet.
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  4. Harry: You’re very quiet; is something wrong?
    Rosie: No, I’m just a bit out of sorts today.
    Harry: I can help you with that, walk this way... (heads for stairs).

    Rosie xx

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    1. Rosie,
      He understands "come a little closer" for sure.
      M

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  5. Meredith, Storm and I love all of these! The ones the gals are adding, too! hahaha

    I am on my computer, but lying in bed with Storm. It's late. He's been asleep already but I see that he is a little awake now so I start to ask him a question and he lifts his head off his one ear that was pressed against the pillow ..... as if he can't hear me out of the one that is NOT in the pillow. Me, "Which ear should I smart off in?" Because if he can't hear out of one of them, I want to know which one!!! Well, apparently he's not as sleepy as I thought because he raised his hand in the air, flattens out his palm and says, "This one," meaning he will spank my rear with that hand!!! Hugs! Windy

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  6. I enjoy your writing, and I read your posts as soon they're up.

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    1. Dear #48,
      Send me an email so we can get acquainted.
      M

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  7. Meredith:

    Just stopped in to say hello and thanks!!

    Rick

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    1. Rick,
      Good to hear from you. Don't be such a stranger.
      M

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  8. Lurker here. Enjoy your blog. My favorite was how you felt surrounded by unconditional love. You are a blessed woman.
    Merry

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment. Have you considered email me?
      M

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  9. Eric: Amy Lynn, you're getting awful mouthy today. Maybe somebody needs a trip over my knee.

    Amy: I don't know anyone named Somebody.

    Eric: You little Minx. Maybe you'd like to meet my wife, Red Ass Amy.

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    1. Amy,
      I would bet my bottom dollar that Eric would have great one liners.
      M

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  10. Hi Meredith,

    Happy LoL day 2. I love this and enjoyed reading everyone's comments :)

    Hugs
    Roz

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  11. Hi Meredith, my Scotsman has so many one liners its hard to keep track!
    A while ago "PLAYING" I called myself a FAT a** and he just said 20 more REAL ONES....

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    1. Minelle,
      Yikes! Watch always what you say! Your SCotsman means business.
      M

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  12. A lurker finally working up the nerve to write. Hubby and I are very private with TTWD. (Definitely goes against the persona of our public careers.) Happily married w/grown & teen kids. Had been practicing DD for 5 yrs (at my request) Long story short - realised this summer what we were really looking for had a name - D/s. Love our new found depth. Both of us do. And I'm realising I'm not a freak after all. Feels good to find like minded folks. I think we are always just so afraid to look.

    Ok. (Whew! That wasn't as hard as I thought.) He/she said:

    Me: (about a month ago on the phone with a friend-- We're Americans living in the UK) I've never tried making hot cross buns before.

    JS: I've made them several times. It's not that hard. ��

    ~~ Shelly

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    1. Shelly,
      Please email me at meredith7006@gmail.com
      Let's get to know one another.
      Loved your comment and I would love to get to know you.
      M

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    2. LOL! If you knew how long it took me to work up the courage to post the above. :) I want so much to find friends who understand this (and hubby absolutely supports that need). We'd figured this out on our own for 5 years without realising there are people just like us out there. Now that we've ventured to blog reading, it's been a HUGE help.

      It's just my fear. I think if anyone were to connect the dots and realise our dynamic in my circle of friends, I would die. But it's kind of lonely doing this alone with no-one to ask questions to. The more I read the more "normal" I'm feeling.

      It may take me a day or two, but I'll try. :) Thanks for the invite. ~~Shelly

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  13. Shelly,
    I do know that it takes courage and guts to push the send button. I have been there. However, I do know the beautiful benefits of having ttwd friends. We vacation and visit in their homes and they in ours. Emailing is safe. We are going to travel for the holiday, but my trusty laptop comes with me. I look forward to hearing from you. Take you time.
    M

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