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October 25, 2004


I had this embarrassing experience today, when immediately before my Tai Chi class, my nipples suddenly decided to erect themselves. Now you may say that there are more embarrassing parts of the human body that could erect themselves before a Tai Chi class, but on the other hand, if these other body parts erect themselves, you may choose not to attend the Tai Chi class at all. And I certainly wouldn't write about it.

As it was, however, I merely noticed before class that my nipples seemed to be extra-sensitive and rather, well, erect, but didn't think much about it in terms of visibility — until I saw myself in the mirror in the classroom right after class had started. My nipples were very visible, and rather embarrassingly so. Wearing a rather loose t-shirt did not seem to make any difference at all — for some weird reason my shirt seemed to be loose pretty much everywhere except around my nipples, which is odd, as usually it's loose up there and tight around my belly.

Anyway, first, I started thinking about what may have caused my nipples to erect themselves, then I realised that I should rather think about ways to get them back to normal. That didn't work either. So I decided to imagine that no-one saw them anyway. Which may have worked or not. At any rate, I was glad when the class was over.

Note: Due to the Austrian National Holiday, there will be no update tomorrow.

Posted by Horst on October 25, 2004 10:21 PM to my so-called life | Tell-a-friend

AD++ said on October 27, 2004 12:00 AM:

Horst, your weblog is weird. IŽd never write about my nipples, erect or not. But I love your "Predators of Greek islands" articles. :-)

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