KOKOLOGY #005: A Night At The Symphony

Hey you!

How you doin’? Ready for some KOKOLOGY game?

Okay, today, for the girls, put on your best evening gown and for the boys, your neat tux. Let’s go and watch a Symphony concert; or should I say grab your instruments since you’re joining the Orchestra.

A Night At The Symphony

There’s something magical about a night at the symphony – a sense of expectation and pure pleasure. Imagine being able to take a place on that stage among the other musicians, a once-in-a-lifetime chance to perform at your very best. If you could join the orchestra, what instrument do you see yourself playing?

1. Violin
2. String Bass
3. Trumpet
4. Flute

Musical instruments are symbolic of members of the opposite sex. The pairing of you and your instrument shows how you perceive yourself in making the music of love. The instrument you chose gives insight into what you think of as your strongest lovemaking technique.

1. Violin
The violin demands sensitive fingerwork and a delicate touch with the bow to draw forth music from the taut strings. You see yourself has having the same awareness and skill in locating and playing upon your partners’ most sensitive points. There’s a sense of adventure in the way your hands can create such beautiful music by running over the same familiar notes.

2. String Bass
There’s a feeling of power gotten from taking position behind an enormous bass and making it call out in a tremendous moan. In love, your skill rests in the ability to bend your partners to your will, taking complete control, and driving them onward to pleasure they never imagined the could experience. You never ask permission, but that dominating character is what makes you so irresistible.

3. Trumpet
There’s no getting around it – your mouth is the strongest weapon in your arsenal. Whether it’s whispering love talk in your partner’s ear or exploring them with your lips, you have all the characteristics of the oral personality.

4. Flute
The flute demand incredible patience from those who want to master it. You show that same patience in the way you wear down your partners with persistence, determination, and stamina. Your lovers are often taken off guard when what they thought would be a brief recital quickly develops into a full concerto in six movements.

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