Sex in Trees

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Sex in Trees

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1jeffreybrayne
feb 26, 2007, 4:36 pm

So who here has had sex in a tree?

2dangerman
feb 26, 2007, 7:23 pm

(With another person?)

3Arctic-Stranger
mar 7, 2007, 3:14 pm

you have to watch out for the bark rubbing your butt. Frankly, under the tree is much better. (we did it in a grove of trees on an unnamed college campus, while we could hear students walking by.)

5Arctic-Stranger
mar 7, 2007, 5:34 pm

Actually when we were doing it, I was thinking of The River Why and how he meets his love while she is in a tree, fishing.

6jeffreybrayne
mar 9, 2007, 7:40 am

Or sans-person. Just trying to gather information.

7timspalding
mar 9, 2007, 8:24 am

Is this question 43 on the Purity Test?

8keigu
okt 18, 2007, 6:34 pm

I should have but i grew up after i descended from the trees unless you count coral trees in which case it is "yes" and we were delighted to see the leftovers gobbled up by yellow angel fish.

I once tried to get someone to translate the River Why into JApanese and a copy of The Compleate Angler full of etchings is the most expensive book i've ever bought and love chaucer and have a book of deunken barnaby and dropped by because i wanted to introduce you to my soon-to-be-on-sale book with 1,300 translated senryu -- the most dirty poems in a single book? (how many limericks are in legman?) and promise to drop by again if any of you get, read and discuss it. You might try comparing it to bukofsky etc.

Octopussy, Dry Kidney & Blue Spots – dirty themes from 18-19c japanese poems isbn 9780974261850

The Woman Without a Hole – & other risky themes from old japanese poems isbn 9780974261881

take your pick, it's the same book = info is up at paraverse.org (go to new books)

9lquilter
Redigerat: okt 18, 2007, 11:24 pm

or with a tree?

also, to note: "in a tree" might mean in the branches, or in one of the giant fallen/cut redwoods that have been hollowed out.

not responding, just contemplating. i have a tattoo of daphne.

10timspalding
Redigerat: okt 19, 2007, 1:29 am

I think this ought to be like the purity test, anything counts. So, in a way, a chair is a sort of tree, isn't it?

(And what of us who were raised above the Arctic Circle! Okay, not me but some people...)

11yarb
okt 19, 2007, 2:28 am

A treehouse, yes. But not in a raw tree.

12timspalding
okt 21, 2007, 2:53 pm

Would standing on a book count?

13ainsleytewce
okt 21, 2007, 6:13 pm

Got me to look.

14keigu
okt 22, 2007, 11:21 am

Re #12. That is like asking whether something made of something qualifies as that something, isn't it?

I have fiddled with a book. Had piano wire attached to an overhead beam with a yellowtail hook or maybe a bonito hook, running between my daddy-toe and second toe (the one we could shoot birds with if we were up a tree) where it attached to a small board i used for rolling it up on like a handline for fishing and in this case serves as a pedal to adjust the tension and a book -- a big dictionary on my thigh and a tuning pick-up i could run the wire right over and a handmade bow (if you use fine monofilm you need to use turpentine to get the rosin to stick at first) of bamboo and i gotta check a few more forums and jump back on the dolphin in the woods i am now riding today.

Seriously, i have suddenly started to wonder exactly what tree i am reading and whether more literature of certain types has been written on particular trees -- should one add mistletoe to paper for a love letter?

15jeffreybrayne
jan 28, 2008, 8:41 pm

Daphne of Scooby Doo fame?

16Sandydog1
apr 6, 2008, 8:47 pm

I'm pretty sure a couple in The Canterbury Tales had sex in a tree. I don't recall which Tale.