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Offline rolf32313

I'm not claiming to be a doctor on a forum for people who seek prostitutes  :hi:

For anybody with more sense than JV, please be careful taking the advice of a 'doctor' who can't spell  :thumbsup:
I want to make something very clear, if your looking for specific advice or are worried about something in particular, you should always get it from your own doctor. Their are so many variables which your GP would know about and could base his advise on that no one on-line could ever known about.

As for my spelling and grammar, Welcome to the modern NHS! I think if checking what you have written for grammar and auto correct mistakes was a requirement to practise then while the budget issues would go away, the waiting lists would be massive.

Offline Daffodil

I want to make something very clear, if your looking for specific advice or are worried about something in particular, you should always get it from your own doctor. Their are so many variables which your GP would know about and could base his advise on that no one on-line could ever known about.

As for my spelling and grammar, Welcome to the modern NHS! I think if checking what you have written for grammar and auto correct mistakes was a requirement to practise then while the budget issues would go away, the waiting lists would be massive.

Nonsense, you're a fraud  :hi:

You can't spell and you think we'll just take your word for the fact that you were even accepted into medical school?  :wacko:

Offline rolf32313

Nonsense, you're a fraud  :hi:

You can't spell and you think we'll just take your word for the fact that you were even accepted into medical school?  :wacko:
I think you need to get a reality check, I'm not here to offer you advise, I'm I've never set up a "contact me for Medical advise" stall. In fact if anyone did PM me for such the only advice I would give them is go see your GP.

Offline rolf32313

I should have added just to be clear and hopefully end this nonsense off-topic direction you have taken this thread, I'm not here to impress or insult you or anyone for that matter. To be honest I'm only here for the info and gossip and funny stuff many post here.

......and I can't spell  ADVICE   !!!!!!!!!!

Only read the last page of this posting ... sorry .. couldn't resist it ;)

Sorry - now read the third page ......now waving a white flag   :dash:

Offline ciscoxxx69

Never had anyone attempt to BB me or ever offer it, thank fuck!
I have had a couple of instances where the condom has come off during sex, but only as I have withdrawn.....I go regularly to the GUM clinic and so far no issues.

As a matter of related interest, I am amazed at how many girls (not just EE) are now offering BB  :unknown:
My normal default search on AW for the area I live in has 'dislike BB' checked.
Everyday this week, I have done a comparative search ( BB vs no BB)
On average, 33% of girls with Available Today were offering BB !
That is 7 out of 21, averaged for Mon, Tues, Weds......just Mental.
I think it may suggest that there are more guys out there wanting BB than care to admit it.... :unknown:

Reading Area BareBack Watch!
This morning: 7:45am
Total number of girls Available Today (thus far) - 14
Barebackers - 8
Non BB - 6
WTF?  :dash: :dash: :dash:

Offline Mij

Reading Area BareBack Watch!
This morning: 7:45am
Total number of girls Available Today (thus far) - 14
Barebackers - 8
Non BB - 6
WTF?  :dash: :dash: :dash:


Bristol 19 available, 0 with BB
Plymouth 18 available,  3 with BB

Obviously hasn't spread this far out of London yet ;-)

....saying that, twice in the last year in Bristol the wg I was with tried to BB me before I stopped her. Both were EE. Both didn't have BB on their likes. Suspect, as others have already said, that it's more common than advertised or admitted.

Offline JamesKW

I want to make something very clear, if your looking for specific advice or are worried about something in particular, you should always get it from your own doctor. Their are so many variables which your GP would know about and could base his advise on that no one on-line could ever known about.

As for my spelling and grammar, Welcome to the modern NHS! I think if checking what you have written for grammar and auto correct mistakes was a requirement to practise then while the budget issues would go away, the waiting lists would be massive.
You are still getting the difference between there and their wrong even after it was pointed out,this is primary school English and nothing to do with the modern NHS,no one would give their career away on a punting forum.


Bristol 19 available, 0 with BB
Plymouth 18 available,  3 with BB

Obviously hasn't spread this far out of London yet ;-)

....saying that, twice in the last year in Bristol the wg I was with tried to BB me before I stopped her. Both were EE. Both didn't have BB on their likes. Suspect, as others have already said, that it's more common than advertised or admitted.

Another reason I prefer non-EE girls  :dash:

Offline jonalpha

No-one likes putting a rubber on - it spoils the flow of events etc etc but I never have and never would BB with a WG.
An experienced WG putting a rubber on me is something I find quite sexy.

An experienced WG putting a rubber on me is something I find quite sexy.

y u c k

Offline rolf32313

y u c k
I'm with you, I think there is nothing sexier than a lady using their hand to guiding it in bb. Sadly something in my brain say WTF do you think your doing and stops this happening nowadays and we go back to the very unsexy wrapping of the marrow...

« Last Edit: June 18, 2014, 02:33:59 PM by rolf32313 »

Offline ciscoxxx69

An experienced WG putting a rubber on me is something I find quite sexy.

Especially when they do it with their mouth.....
Laura Super Star, Izabella (LMP), Sexy Leticia for You, GFLara, to name just a few .......:cool:

Damn you Daff, now that you've mentioned it I can't help but notice all the spelling and grammatical errors. It's like each one is slapping me in the face.

Please, rolf32313, proof read your posts. Shit like this:
I'm with you, I think there is nothing sexier than a lady using their hand to guiding it in bb. Sadly something in my brain say WTF do you think your doing and stops this happening nowadays and we go back to the very unsexy wrapping of the marrow...
doesn't help you, basic English man, basic English.

Offline punk

Especially when they do it with their mouth.....
Laura Super Star, Izabella (LMP), Sexy Leticia for You, GFLara, to name just a few .......:cool:

i second that mouth to cock with a thin condom feels great

Roland D Hay

i second that mouth to cock with a thin condom feels great

Surely you meant cock to mouth? This way you ain't doing the sucking :D

Offline punk

Surely you meant cock to mouth? This way you ain't doing the sucking :D

 :D be a miracle, i'm no ron jeremy  :lol:

Offline richie

Considering you seem to forever be making the point that you're a doctor, I would say your use of English, spelling, and grammar is pretty poor.

It's not just this post, but you don't seem to understand the difference between there and their and your and you're. You spell deed as dead (twice, so unlikely a typo) and I've seen you spell amateur as armature and lose as loose.

I'm not a grammar Nazi, but it does make me question your claims that you are a doctor and I would advise others to do the same. Just because he says he's a doctor doesn't make it so and I wouldn't put more stock in his advice than anybody else's  :hi:

In regard to this and your other quite scathing remarks may I just point out that although I have a decent engineering degree I also make similar spelling and grammar mistakes. This is due to my dyslexia not my low level of education.

Is he a doctor? Is he not? No one knows except him and to be frank no one really cares however I do find the narrow mindedness of pedants like you quite offensive and is one of the major reasons I was held back so badly during my time in school.

Pedantic teachers with attitudes like yours confused a genuine disability with laziness and an unwillingness to learn proper English. It also accounts for their confusion over how/why I achieved so well in all other areas.

In short pedantry has a place however it is usually to be found in the attitude of a twat.
« Last Edit: June 18, 2014, 11:25:25 PM by richie »

Offline Daffodil

In regard to this and your other quite scathing remarks may I just point out that although I have a decent engineering degree I also make similar spelling and grammar mistakes. This is due to my dyslexia not my low level of education.

Is he a doctor? Is he not? No one knows except him knows and to be frank no one really cares however I do find the narrow mindedness of pedants like you quite offensive and is one of the major reasons I was held back so badly during my time in school.

Pedantic teachers with attitudes like yours confused a genuine disability with laziness and an unwillingness to learn proper English. It also accounts for their confusion over how/why I achieved so well in all other areas.

In short pedantry has a place however it is usually to be found in the attitude of a twat.

FFS, aren't we a sensitive soul? So nobody can criticise somebody's spelling or grammar incase somebody with dyslexia is reading or within earshot? Perhaps teachers shouldn't teach spelling incase a dyslexic takes offence?

I'm not hung up on grammar and spelling, but I think it's important to point out that an anonymous poster is claiming to be doctor whilst being unable to spell and giving out medical advice. That's the point  :hi:

Offline richie

My point (as you obviously missed it) is pretty simple. Just because someone makes occasional spelling or grammar errors you can't assume them not to be a highly educated professional.

From personal experience however I can confirm that the vast majority of the pedants I have met over the years have also been utter morons and usually no where near as intelligent as they profess to be. Their pedantry appears to be simply the manner in which they compensate for their other failings.

Offline richie

Regarding your other comments pertaining to dyslexics getting offended by criticism of spelling and grammar etc, they won't.

It is the link you make between the posters claimed level of education and his inability to spell correctly or use grammar in the right manner that is offensive. You are basically saying that if he can't spell perfectly then he can't possibly be educated well enough to be a doctor. Or alternatively "if you can't spell then you must be a bit thick."

It is this lack of understanding amongst not only the general public but also those working within the education system that causes problems.

Regarding his opinion as a doctor, I take it with a pinch of salt as I do every other posting anyone makes anonymously on the internet and I'd advise others to do the same. I fully except that everything he has posted as advice is available in much more depth elsewhere on the net and more importantly at your local GUM clinic so it wouldn't be impossible for any one of us to pass ourselves off as a doctor simply by using your computers cut and paste option.

Having said that he hasn't given me any cause to believe he's not qualified and as I don't know him I am inclined to believe what he says but reserve the right to apply mild scepticism to any posts he makes.


Offline Daffodil

My point (as you obviously missed it) is pretty simple. Just because someone makes occasional spelling or grammar errors you can't assume them not to be a highly educated professional.

From personal experience however I can confirm that the vast majority of the pedants I have met over the years have also been utter morons and usually no where near as intelligent as they profess to be. Their pedantry appears to be simply the manner in which they compensate for their other failings.

So you're saying I'm not allowed to make assumptions about people who have bad spelling and grammar, but you are allowed to make them about people who have good spelling and grammar? And that your assumption is that they're "utter morons"? Riiiiight  :crazy:

I think you might need to revisit your dyslexic diagnosis, perhaps you are just thick  :music:

I would say that most doctors are probably able to differentiate between there and their and your and you're, although perhaps not all. Yes, it could be that this guy is in that minority, but in my opinion it's more likely that he's a fibber. Just as it's unlikely that a doctor would post that he is a doctor as it's something of a sensitive profession for a punter.

jcdmj12

So you're saying I'm not allowed to make assumptions about people who have bad spelling and grammar, but you are allowed to make them about people who have good spelling and grammar? And that your assumption is that they're "utter morons"? Riiiiight  :crazy:

I think you might need to revisit your dyslexic diagnosis, perhaps you are just thick  :music:

I would say that most doctors are probably able to differentiate between there and their and your and you're, although perhaps not all. Yes, it could be that this guy is in that minority, but in my opinion it's more likely that he's a fibber. Just as it's unlikely that a doctor would post that he is a doctor as it's something of a sensitive profession for a punter.

I don't know anything about Rolf, but I know plenty of doctors.  Very few of them have decent written English. They are doctors, not writers.  He has also displayed more credible medical knowledge than anyone else I've seen on this forum.

Regarding his opinion as a doctor, I take it with a pinch of salt as I do every other posting anyone makes anonymously on the internet and I'd advise others to do the same. I fully except that everything he has posted as advice is available in much more depth elsewhere on the net ...

your post made me laugh

Regarding his opinion as a doctor, I take it with a pinch of salt as I do every other posting anyone makes anonymously on the internet and I'd advise others to do the same. I fully accept that everything he has posted as advice is available in much more depth elsewhere on the net


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