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Why does this emoji make me feel like I'm being perved on?

;)

(It's like hey, whydoncha come up and see me sometime? ;) )

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There are? Inquiring minds?!

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55 minutes ago, FluffyChix said:

Why does this emoji make me feel like I'm being perved on?

;)

(It's like hey, whydoncha come up and see me sometime? ;) )

Seems like it has something to do with the viewers own personal mindset... :P:D:lol:;):47_tired_face::48_weary::53_cold_sweat::53_cold_sweat::54_hushed::51_scream:

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7 minutes ago, Matt Z said:

Seems like it has something to do with the viewers own personal mindset... :P:D:lol:;):47_tired_face::48_weary::53_cold_sweat::53_cold_sweat::54_hushed::51_scream:

IKR? *snort*

I had to rein myself in not to react in my usual puerile manner when @abefroman329 the sausage king announced his successful sleep study "with being down to 13 arousals" and I was all like, "Hmmm from your perspective I wouldn't think that wouldn't be a bad thing." But I'm happy to report I was able to resist my punny perve juvenile self to respond appropriately! :lol::rolleyes::blink::lol:

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Just now, FluffyChix said:

IKR? *snort*

I had to rein myself in not to react in my usual puerile manner when @abefroman329 the sausage king announced his successful sleep study "with being down to 13 arousals" and I was all like, "Hmmm from your perspective I wouldn't think that was a bad thing." But I'm happy to report I was able to resist my punny perve juvenile self to respond appropriately! :lol::rolleyes::blink::lol:

LOL when I first read my apnea report I was like... "arousals... oh man, is that why they asked me if I had any dreams?" I was starting to get a bit embarrassed then I was like.. duh, they mean waking up/not sleeping/falling out of REM. But then I started thinking, these nurses get paid to watch people sleep... the amount of "nocturnal arousals" they have witnessed must number in the hundreds of thousands. That's a lot of timber to behold LOL

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Bahahahahaha! Oh the stories they "could" and actually "do" tell each other! :D

Hilarious!

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