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20 Dec 2007, 9:52 am

I like a massage.


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20 Dec 2007, 10:21 am

Silver_Meteor wrote:
I like a massage.

Like how deep do you like it?

I like my massage very deep.

I cant get my back done but its good for my high muscle tone in my legs and I like it a lot.


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22 Dec 2007, 9:23 pm

CROSSLINK

http://www.wrongplanet.net/postt51886.html

the thread above deals with some questions pertaining to the interest of hospital patient monitors and also gets involved by the sensory (sound/visual/touch (if you have NIBP) aspect they produce

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"This brings me to a few questions

1. When you were in the hospital did you have a strong fascination/interest in your patient monitor?

2. If it were on an articulating arm did you pull it up to where you could see it? (If there was no articulating arm answer 2A.)

2A. If it had an articulating arm would you have pulled it up to where you could see it?

3. What were your main reasons you were fascinated/interested in it?

4. Was there any sensory aspect to the interest?

5. Do you believe that it was an imprinted thing with you? "

DO NOT ANSWER IN THIS THREAD... PLEASE ANSWER IN THE OTHER THREAD!! !


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23 Dec 2007, 9:01 am

(name withheld) posted two questions completely unrelated to sensory issues, those two posts had to be deleted... please make sure to continue discussion of sensory issues and your favorite sensations within this thread.

if you have questions about me or my disease please PM me E-Mail me or IM me... thank you :)

discussion may now continue!


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23 Dec 2007, 7:09 pm

Vague: being touched by a beautiful woman. On the shoulder, holding my hand, all can lead to strange fluttering in my stomach. Normal, probably, but for me it's more pronounced.



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23 Dec 2007, 7:37 pm

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Vague: being touched by a beautiful woman. On the shoulder, holding my hand, all can lead to strange fluttering in my stomach. Normal, probably, but for me it's more pronounced.


it sounds pretty neurotypical of a reaction... every guy out in the world EVERY guy likes being touched by beautiful woman..


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23 Dec 2007, 8:20 pm

Laying in the shore of a body of water and feeling the water skim over my body.



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23 Dec 2007, 8:22 pm

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Laying in the shore of a body of water and feeling the water skim over my body.


hmm... i used to do this all the time when we would go to florida on vacation we would go to the beach and i would lay in the warm sand and let the warm water hit me...

i also liked the squishy sand right by the water


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23 Dec 2007, 9:59 pm

I'm extremely sensitive when it comes to my senses. One of my favorite sensations is smelling the subtle aroma of a woman's perfume on a warm night's breeze. It's amazing.

I do love women, so damn much. :)



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23 Dec 2007, 11:14 pm

The cool mist on my body during a rainy track practice.

The repulsion between two magnets.

Harmless but full hugs.

Particular fabrics.

The rubber grips on ball point pens.

The wind and sense of weightlessness as I bounce on a large trampoline.

Sometimes I really get into piano, too, so much that it becomes a sensation.



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23 Dec 2007, 11:18 pm

nicklegends wrote:
The cool mist on my body during a rainy track practice.

The repulsion between two magnets.

Harmless but full hugs.

Particular fabrics.

The rubber grips on ball point pens.

The wind and sense of weightlessness as I bounce on a large trampoline.

Sometimes I really get into piano, too, so much that it becomes a sensation.


eek cold mist will have me shivering in seconds... forget it!

ooh... yeah, i like the repulsion forces on magnets...

how full do you like your hugs? http://www.wrongplanet.net/postp1069061.html#1069061 please answer the questions there

i am extremely particular about fabrics, i especially love spandex, darlexx, neoprene and other stretchy thingys

i cant write at all so the pens thing dont count with me...

eep... trampoline + person with very bad movement disorder = disaster, though ive had dreams of going to the space station like stephen hawking did

piano is another one that does not count with me...


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24 Dec 2007, 12:28 am

The feeling I get as I leave the theater after watching a really good film.



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24 Dec 2007, 12:50 am

vessel wrote:
The feeling I get as I leave the theater after watching a really good film.

hmm I question that being "sensory" that seems to be more a psychological thing to me..


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24 Dec 2007, 12:57 am

Strapples wrote:
vessel wrote:
The feeling I get as I leave the theater after watching a really good film.

hmm I question that being "sensory" that seems to be more a psychological thing to me..


My whole body feels different. It's definately a sensation, all the anxiety I felt getting to the theater and being overstimulated for two hours, and then it finally being over is a terrific feeling.



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24 Dec 2007, 3:13 am

Closing my eyes and spinning in a strong wind is a super awesome feeling.



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24 Dec 2007, 7:56 am

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Closing my eyes and spinning in a strong wind is a super awesome feeling.


i like G-Force... ive had dreams of being strapped into a giant centrifuge...

centrifugal force at its best!


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