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Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 04 May 2018 12:53
Background;

We dated for a few months last year then his divorce got serious and he didn’t want him dating to be used as leverage etc.

Last week;

We have maintained email contact, all professional, but with chat chat around. He is in London next week for work and suggested dinner to catch up.

Now;

He has sent an email saying “he hopes to be put up somewhere fancy for the night...”


IS THIS A SEX INVITE?
jacket’n’jeans
Posted - 04 May 2018 12:57
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Heh at “put up somewhere fancy”

.....Meh
Posted - 04 May 2018 13:05
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Yes. It is a sex invite.
emjayjay
Posted - 04 May 2018 13:05
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Fonders???
Coracle Lolling
Posted - 04 May 2018 13:10
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“he hopes to be put up somewhere fancy for the night...”

You're now just bragging that you live somewhere fancy.
Pinkus
Posted - 04 May 2018 13:17
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When did casual sex get so complicated?

Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 04 May 2018 13:50
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Pink, I am a millennial with my feminism and Tinder

He was in a relationship since university (when they paid you to go) so doesn’t understand our modern slutty ways
Beermonster
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:01
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He's expecting you to pay for a hotel?

Or he's saying that whoever's paying for his trip will hopefully not stick him in a Holiday Inn?
Force me Jaw
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:03
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I suspect with those suitable fancy surroundings he has a game of chess in mind.
Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:04
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Yes, sorry to clarify his work is going to pay the hotel as he does not live in London

Strutter, I have designed a long programme of training and education, with numerous assessments
Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:06
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FMJ, I will bash his bishop as often as he wants!
Original Teclis
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:07
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:O
12
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:11
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This is not just a sex invite, he might as well be saying 'knickers not necessary'.
Badman
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:15
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Beware if he wants to engage in some castling, Feebs. That dismount manoeuvre can be tricky.
Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:15
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I am a slave to pedogogical theory
Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:16
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12, like I waste money in knickers for the everyday!

You coming to drinks tonight?
12
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:20
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Only if you're wearing your special knickers.
SumoKing
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:21
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does it matter if it is an invite or not?

the sechs part is going to be determined by whether you have desserts or whether you climb across the entrees with trademark predatory slink and rip his shirt open

#chequeplease
Tricksy Woo
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:22
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Yay, a sex invite! \ /
Tricksy Woo
Posted - 04 May 2018 14:23
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He was in a relationship since university (when they paid you to go) so doesn’t understand our modern slutty ways

This ^^^ is not true btw. I can tell from how well that sex invite was drafted. He's done this before or he's been fantasizing about it for so long he'll have blue balls before dessert.
Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 10 May 2018 07:41
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I have shaved my legs
Good on Paper
Posted - 10 May 2018 07:44
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Phiebe: he wants bum sex.
londoner247
Posted - 10 May 2018 07:52
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I have shaved my legs

And that took six days?
Bentines
Posted - 10 May 2018 08:02
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he does not live in London


That's an excellent start.
Good on Paper
Posted - 10 May 2018 08:04
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classic Bentines
Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 10 May 2018 08:27
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Londoner

A razor hadn’t been near them since September
B•a•M
Posted - 10 May 2018 08:34
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I read the OP as “he wants to put it up somewhere fancy” and then imagined Phoebe to have drawstring velvet labia
Bentines
Posted - 10 May 2018 08:39
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Bad luck.
bananaman returns
Posted - 10 May 2018 09:35
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"put up somewhere fancy".

Is he in Last of the Summer Wine?
Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 10 May 2018 10:41
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if you vom at that just wait until I tell you about my bush!
January Sails
Posted - 10 May 2018 10:44
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I thought the bush was bank in fashion courtesy of Gwyneth Paltrow and others.
Original Teclis
Posted - 10 May 2018 10:46
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Sailfield is still trying to exist. We're all rooting for ya big guy!
bookem
Posted - 10 May 2018 10:47
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He was in a relationship since university (when they paid you to go)


Dude, how old is he!? They haven't paid people to go to university for...quite a while...
Wellington
Posted - 10 May 2018 10:51
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Lynne! these are sex people
cІubman
Posted - 10 May 2018 10:53
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the grants only finally went under labour didn't they?

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2003/jan/23/uk.education
Badman
Posted - 10 May 2018 12:01
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God, I've just looked up"castling" on UrbanDictionary. My word, I never even knew such a thing existed! Definitely don't try that, Feebs.

FAOD, I was talking about the chess manoeuvre where you swap the positions of the king and a rook (which can only occur before check takes place). You youngsters and your colourful vernacular. Back when I was a lad you counted yourself lucky if you got a snog and a cheeky handful in the cinema. Nowadays it's all "pull my hair" and "smash my back doors in".

Baden-Powell and Pankhurst wouldn't have approved, I'm sure.
Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 11 May 2018 08:30
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It was a sex invite \ /

Turns out the divorce didn’t go through and he and his wife are giving it another go so it was not a relationship invite

londoner247
Posted - 11 May 2018 08:35
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He and his wife are "giving it another go" but his first thought on a work trip to the Big Smoke is to get Phoebe round for a booty call, eh?

Whilst I can applaud his taste, it doesn't really sound like his heart is in the "giving it another go" camp so surely the divorce can't be that far off?
Jorrocks
Posted - 11 May 2018 08:42
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Who can blame him?

Apart perhaps from his wife obviously...
Original Teclis
Posted - 11 May 2018 08:44
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Just heh. I doubt his wife even realises they're 'having problems'.

I mean in many ways, fair play, he's totally got his game sorted.
TomM
Posted - 11 May 2018 08:44
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@badman my understanding is that you can castle after having been in check, so long as neither King or Rook have moved and are not castling 'across' check.
Jorrocks
Posted - 11 May 2018 08:49
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So. Phoebes, when are we meeting for dinner?
Original Teclis
Posted - 11 May 2018 08:51
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TomM - no, you can't castle once you've been in check regardless of piece positioning.
Original Teclis
Posted - 11 May 2018 08:57
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Ok, just checked and of course I'm wrong. You can castle after check on the proviso that you don't put the king into any potential for check (I.e. As you stated, 'through' check). You can even castle if the rook is under attack, which I wasn't my aware of. So thanks for teaching me something new and I'll now chastise myself thoroughly for trying to be a know it all without actually checking (heh) the facts.
Badman
Posted - 11 May 2018 09:17
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Fvck me, Tom, that's advanced stuff. I don't think this newly acquired nugget will help me though, given that I am absolutely shyte at chess as I haven't played in years. In fact it still galls me to this day that I came second in a firm competition about 10 years ago, and so lost out winning a Lord of the Rings themed chess set. It's the small things which make us who we are.

Feebs - sorry to hear that. I would sue him for misrepresentation.

Still, at least you have smooth legs now.
Misshoolie
Posted - 11 May 2018 09:24
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What teclis said at 08:44

Force me Jaw
Posted - 11 May 2018 09:38
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Now who was it that first mentioned that matters would probably turn to chess.

Yes me.

Prescient? You bet.

Bishop bashed? No doubt more than once.
camenbert
Posted - 11 May 2018 10:16
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you had a work chess competition? who do you work for? the Grim Reaper?

I do like the concept of a sex invite. Is it on ivory card in cursive script?
Lady Badgerton-Smythe invites
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Phoebe Caulfield
Posted - 11 May 2018 10:26
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carriages at 3am???

I thought you were a gentleman Cam, at least let her sleep in the servants quarters.
Badman
Posted - 11 May 2018 10:58
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This was years ago Cam. Death was there, but I Melvined him after he declared that NO-ONE EVER WINS...


Ash89
Posted - 11 May 2018 11:56
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WTF?
camenbert
Posted - 11 May 2018 12:00
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heh! I think it's the Rt Hon who is going to be doing the carriage ride of shame (I hope it was a satisfactory evening, it must be a nightmare trying to get a stiffie into a pair of tight regency trousers...)

He's been told to stay away from all the servants' entrances. Especially since that last issue with the scullery maid in the back passage...