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Also; Goosing. You forgot goosing. Whatever the hell that is. :)

 

I much prefer it to Tolkien and George Martins books personally.

 

I will acknowledge that the ending was unsatisfactory though.

 

Goosing. Basically pinching an arse.  Or prodding it with a finger. Used usually in either a method of joking surprise on an unaware person, or in sexist appreciation of a fine rear (note : I have been aware of both men and women getting goosed - by both men and women).

 

 

 

Thank you, I've been wondering about that for about a decade to be honest :p


Edited by Azdeus, 24 April 2017 - 04:23 PM.


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Any time someone mentions goosing the first thing I think of is middle school. Back in middle school there was a pack of girls who went on about a six month kick where they would constantly try to surpise one another with goosing.



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Nippletwisters were more a thing at my schools for some reason, I reckon there was some movie/TV show where it was done alot wich started it and they. Never. Stopped.



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Just finished reading the Beyonders by Brandon Mull. (Yes, it is YA, and no that doesn't bother me.) It's probably my favorite epic fantasy trilogy in the last decade. Very good stuff.





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