The Lack of It...

Is driving me crazy. Good god, I'm already crazy... I don't need something driving me totally off the deep end.

drcynic drcynic
26-30, M
18 Responses Mar 4, 2009

A massage for 1 hour usually cost around $60 australian dollars. You could try 30 mins for $35 australian dollars. Or try a college where they teach massage, usually $10 cause students still learning but are quite good, usually go towards end of the semester. For anything else, sorry I don't know?

The lack of it?? I've had none in 2 years!! But it has been because I have been hospitalized and have had many major surgeries. When I do get to do it again I know it will be awkward. But I am going too try and make it fun.

If you wanted to, I probably could.

Would you hypnotise me? I've always wanted to be hypnotised.

I was never very good at self-hypnosis. I can do it with another person, but I could never help myself, lol.

You know hypnosis? Sweet. I wanna know hypnosis.<br />
I'm sure you could just like, hypnotise yourself some physical contact. Maybe. I'm not too clear on how it all works. The idea's there though.

I don't go around bragging about it... I just know how to do it. <br />
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Just like I know hypnosis and I know how to fight... No one assumes either of those things about me, and I usually don't illuminate people unless I feel like it.

I am already trained in massage. <br />
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The problem is getting someone to massage me! Trust me, telling people you are able to give massages is really a stupid move. Everyone wants one for nothing...<br />
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I make plenty of typos.... :|

No... See, they take health insurance cards, but a regular session costs up to 300<br />
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I've looked into it, lol.

300 dollars? Where the hell do you live that a massage costs 300 dollars? Or are you talking about a massage with extras, lol?

I've never gotten a massage before... I just don't want to pay 300 dollars for it.<br />
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I already know how.

Yeah, I know that feeling. Get a massage. It seriously does help.<br />
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Hell, go to massage school. Who's more popular than a massage therapist?

I've done fairly well. No nervous tics and certainly no typos.

Yes, well I suppose it does. <br />
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I gather from the lack of nervous ticks and typos that you have managed to stay afloat somewhat in the deep end?

Around and around and it comes out here...

There is, but when you reach the point, where do you go from there?

There's something to be said for getting to the point.

I couldn't agree more drcynic...<br />
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(probably the shortest reply you will see from me, anywhere).