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CrystalChin
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m just wondering..how DO u give a hickey and wat colour shdoul an ideal hickey be?i've been trying to give my bf a hickey and it neVER seEMS To WORK!am i doin something wrong?!GIve him a few seconds and there'll be this HUGE hickey on ME!how doES he do IT?
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Heather
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You cannot make a person bruise a certain color. That isn't up to you, it's up to their own bodies. And there is no "ideal hickey." They aren't fashion accessories, kiddo.

Some folks bruise more easily than others, so while you may get a kickey easily, he may not.

But here's the thing: there are no points to be given for leaving marks, unless the person getting one wants a mark. If he DOES want one (rather than if he doesn't, or if he just likes his neck sucked or bitten), hickeys are simply caused by deep sucking on the neck, deeper for some folks than for others.

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CrystalChin
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well he askEd for it so wat shd i do?
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Heather
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Well, we all can ask for lots of things from a partner, and that deoends on if our partners want to entertain us.

So, if you WANT to give him a hickey, you suck on his neck until he gets one. Or, you discover that he doesn't bruise very easily, and that maybe it's not possible.

What you don't do is bite or suck to the point that you're injuring the boy. if it just isn't going to happen, it isn't. I assure you, he'll live.


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-Jill
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Hon, posts written with sticky caps and words like "shd" and "bf" (which could mean boyfriend, best friend or a myriad of other things) are very hard to read. As per the guidelines please use standard English.

Thanks.


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Dans Girl_friend
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In England a "hickey" is called a love bite.

There are evening classes available in some parts of the country on how to perform this operation.

Aparantly the Health and Safety Executive have insisted Local Education Authorities make reasonable efforts to provide the courses where injury has occured out in the coumunity.

There was a news report in our local paper some months back with the headline:

"LOVE BITES CAN BE LETHAL!"

It makes you think does it not?

[This message has been edited by Dans Girl_friend (edited 05-12-2003).]


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Anonymous182
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I usually find that hickeys occur when you're not even trying to make one. My ex gave me one accidently a while back, for one. I've never tried to give anyone a hickey so I can't be of much help. But I will say to take their advice and don't push it. He'll most certainly live without one (they're embarrassing sometimes anyhow). Of course you can keep trying too. It may happen one of these times.
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tonemgub
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This is how I give and hide my hickeys [Wink] http://howtofixstuff.blogspot.com/2012/02/how-to-give-and-get-rid-of-hickeys.html
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Heather
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tonemgub: can you please address Kat's post to you here before posting at Scarleteen further: http://www.scarleteen.com/cgi-bin/forum/ultimatebb.cgi?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/026881/p/1.html#000000

Thank you.

To review, it was:

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I really need to ask you about your age. In the terms you agreed to when you signed up you agreed to not lie about your age - because we serve young people it is important to us that users don't lie about this. In your last post you made you said you were a Junior in High School, but your profile says you are 37. Which one, if either, is correct?


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