Forum posts made by dancing_doll

Topic My, you have such lovely nails, m'dear - a place to share what polish you're currently weari
Posted 13 Jun 2014 04:51

Disco Biscuit by Butter London - one of my faves for summer. It's a hot pink jelly with subtle blue/purple microshimmer. Plus it was a must-have with a name like that. drunken

Topic Dress Your Man
Posted 13 Jun 2014 04:48

Ok, Latvia Games is definitely more disturbing than the sweater. Perfect parody though.

See, that's the thing about 'vintage' - just because it's old, doesn't mean it's automatically cool again. There's bad fashion choices in every style. Not that these sweaters were probably ever cool, even in 1950's Latvia. Plus they are selling them for $49 each, which is probably double (or triple) what they originally retailed for. At least six months later and the pea-soup cardigan is still available - it's probably still stuffed in a garbage bag in someone's basement. The expression on the 'male model' says it all, really. That's the kind of gig where you insist on them shooting you from the neck-downward only.

Topic has any one ever worn c string
Posted 13 Jun 2014 04:10

I have a few that were given to me - I would not have bought them on my own. Not a fan. They're good for a tanning booth or spray tans - that's about it.

Panty-lines have already been successfully covered by g-strings and thongs or just going commando if you need to. No need to get wiring involved.

Topic Just take away the guns, do it now
Posted 13 Jun 2014 04:00

As for the two posers who strolled into Chipotle with their fingers on the bang switch, they're what the gun community would call "mall ninjas", and they have been roundly derided by everyone from the NRA to the guys in my local gun club. They are wannabes, never-will-bes, and otherwise total losers.

Honestly, this is the stuff that scares me too. That two idiots armed to the teeth would have reason to feel 'marginalized' and 'bullied' and 'misunderstood' by not only society but the NRA and the gun-community that they obviously think they're part of etc. This is usually the type of groundwork that causes spree-killers to snap one day. If they're called 'posers' and 'wannabes' and 'losers' - and the only way to keep them in check is to 'deride and ridicule' them and snub them as 'losers' or mall-ninjas... could be a long-term recipe for disaster. The societal bang-switch could be a job-loss, a girlfriend dumping them, the death of a loved one - or maybe just feeling like their gun-nut authenticity is being called into question - the whole "I'll show them all!" thing. Stock-piled, gun-fixated and constantly over-armed in public places - even if they see red for one reason or another (as we're all prone to do now and then), they're capable of scary 'heat of passion' damage. The free-for-all culture and lack of regulations are the flaws that can (and should) be fixed. Really - the NRA should see that as a win for them as well if they don't want to be associated with these types.

Topic Dress Your Man
Posted 11 Jun 2014 17:09

Haha, seriously I wondered what really disturbed you all that much. Probably the bowtie?

None of the the other ones you posted raise any alarm bells. I get the funky/artsy, boho, hipster, Macklemore 'Thrift Shop' stylings. I like some of those styles and style-influences. And yes, I see it in my city too. But that guy... with the ill-fitting pea soup cable-knit cardigan, giant velvet bow-tie and the hair in that tilting top knot bun... No, no... it's just all so wrong. But the sweater is *really* wrong.

Not to mention that when you pan out... he's wearing jeans that look like he stole them from his girlfriend's closet. It's not just that it's skinny jeans on a guy, it's that they're bad skinny jeans - that result in an unfortunate squashy-butt.

I was relieved to see that the pea soup sweater is a one-of from 1950's Latvia. Phew. I probably won't be seeing it in my city anytime soon. geek

Topic Dress Your Man
Posted 10 Jun 2014 20:08

Ok. This is disturbing. For real.

Like I was just looking through this old thread - how did I miss this? I'm a bit drunk right now, but this is just so awesome in such a tragic way, I laughed so hard!

Topic Turn ons
Posted 10 Jun 2014 19:43

I like unexpected contrasts... the jock with a brain, the tough guy with a sweet soul, the rebel with a heart of gold, the successful guy with an off-beat sense of humor, the seemingly jaded player that's a closet-dreamer, the intellectual that's a totally dirty fuck.

Basically - be a bit of a puzzle that intrigues and tempts me to want to solve (or at least attempt to solve). And flirt. Establish that psychological chemistry. And then be real - get me into a conversation where I let my guard down and where we can just chill and relate and laugh.

If you lay all your cards on the table and it's all too easy and predictable and flatliner polite, it's harder to hold my interest. Unless you're damn hot. ;)

Topic Obligatory Makeup Thread
Posted 10 Jun 2014 13:32

I gave them another once-over. I actually saw some lipsticks I may be brave enough to try...but I don't know how I feel about colorful non-matte shades. I only do nudes in the creme/glossier shades and do the bold colors in matte.

The Velvetine line is super appealing because that matte finish looks delicious, but the color is so rich and robust, I don't think I could pull it off with my lips. Most bold colors I can manipulate with lip liners and/or concealers to make them work for me. But you can't do any of that with those Velvetines. It looks so intimidating, especially for my lips. But I wanna try them sooooooooooo bad just to give it a go. crybaby

Girl, if I can do it, you can do it! haha

I'm not going to lie - the colour is definitely bold and red. You could probably do a creamy balm or gloss and then just dab lightly but the Velvetines are harder to manipulate than the lipsticks because they are meant to have that liquid to matte finish. They have a new colour coming out called Utopia (I think it's out sometime this month) that's a pink/purple (swatch on hands: ). I think this one might be too intense for me, but it would probably look great on you.

Of the lipsticks from them that I have, I think Retrofuturist is my fave - it's supposed to be a universally flattering red and I quite like it - it's very wearable for me - and this is coming from a non-red girl. Most of their lipsticks are quite matte as well - they are very long-lasting. I often add a bit of balm because I prefer it that way. Centrifuschia is also amazing and you would definitely be able to pull it off if you don't have anything in that hue - it's a deep hot pink. Geradium is quite matte as well and bright - but again, you can tone it down (or up) depending on whether you're mixing it or combining with balm/gloss etc.

Topic Is there a scent that turns you on instantly? or turns you off?
Posted 10 Jun 2014 10:32

Beachy smells... sunscreen, sand, saltwater on skin/hair. Coconut water or the flesh/rind itself or anything naturally coconut (non-sugary version of the scent). The ozone in the air after a thunderstorm, the hot pavement sizzling after the summer rain. Fresh-from-the-shower skin.

Topic The Nipple Artist
Posted 10 Jun 2014 10:22

I've seen some beautiful full mastectomy tatts. The nipple-tatt is a great option for those that want a more natural effect - he does a great job! Being a survivor is something to be celebrated, whatever the choice is, and ink is a wonderful way to honour that.

Topic What's your opinion on vajazzling?
Posted 10 Jun 2014 09:58

Vajazzling is not for you missionary position only Puritans.

It is fun! It looks damn slutty as hell and what is better than that when your naked with your lover? My wife has vajazzled for several special occasions like our anniversary. Just seeing her vajazzled while wearing thigh highs, heels a corset and open nipple bra. Whoa damn! Sure the crystals are eventually come to fall off, but its fun in the meantime.

Experimenting with your love making is a lot of fun. Don't be a prude. This ain't the Mayflower anymore.

Have you pejazzled or scrotazzled yet, Buz?

Gives new meaning to 'Shiny Disco Balls'. Get the tunes started, striptease and bling out your scrotazzled goodness for the wife! glasses8


Topic What's your opinion on vajazzling?
Posted 10 Jun 2014 09:57

I've done the little crystal heart thing on the inside of my hip bone/pelvis. I also did a little skull-crossbones in the same area when I wore a really low mini-skirt for a Hallowe'en party. I haven't vajazzled directly on my vajayjay.

Topic What's the most unusual thing you've used in your pussy?
Posted 10 Jun 2014 09:49

Nothing overly unusual... a lollipop, popsicles/ice-cubes, banana (in a condom), handle of a hair-brush.

Topic Would you share your man?
Posted 10 Jun 2014 09:44

It really depends on the relationship and the guy in question. I have in the past (as Dirty_D said, with mixed results). In my current relationship I'm thinking it would be 80% leaning to 'no', but never say never. Having said all this, I am very particular and have rules when it comes to these scenarios so it's never been 'anything goes.' When physical monogamy is too fluid, it can lead to issues - as I've witnessed with friends of mine that were unable to re-establish boundaries and the relationship devolved into murky 'cheating/no-trust' situations.

Topic Doing the splits?
Posted 08 Jun 2014 07:42

Yep, I'm a bendy girl as well - some natural (I have loose joints and ligaments), but much through training. It's fantastic when you want to get into some creative positions for sex, and also fun moves to pull out as a party trick when drunk (esp in my college days) - watch the guys drop their jaws and suddenly become 110% more interested in you. There are negatives though too - you're much more prone to injury, wear/tear and it's wise to do strength training to compensate for hypermobility. Of course, this is more of a vocational hazard than a sex one - well, most of the time, anyway. :p

Topic Chop my hair?
Posted 08 Jun 2014 07:21

My hair has been mid to lower back for as long as I can remember. I have wanted to go short on several occasions (esp this summer!) but two different BFs have begged me not to... so yes, I think guys definitely prefer long hair.

There are pros and cons, I guess. You can definitely do more with long hair. Have you tried one of those under pin-and-tuck styles that make long hair look shorter? You can always put some longish layers in the front and then try something like this.

I wear my hair up a lot but yeah... I'll admit there's something inherently sexy about long hair when naked or going out at night in a sexy outfit. Having said that, you can technically always cut it short(er) and then just use clip-in extensions to get a longer look. I have a friend that does that because she needs to wear her hair shoulder-length for professional reasons. She had her stylist custom-colour the extensions and when she wears them, it's totally seamless - you would swear she has long beautiful hair.

Anyway, I don't know how long your hair is now, but maybe you're just looking for a change in general. Take off 2 inches and chop some long layers in... maybe go for long and sleek with full bangs. Put some highlights or low-lights in or try a different colour altogether. That might be enough to feel like you've changed up your look but without any drastic commitments. I'm the same way in spring/fall... I'm always looking for a bit of a change.

Topic What was your first sexual act
Posted 07 Jun 2014 11:50

Blow job.

Topic Obligatory Makeup Thread
Posted 06 Jun 2014 18:17

I love the look of the suedeberry, looks like I have something new to go buy Embarassed

I have the Red Velvet and let me say... wowww, does it last forever! It goes on liquid (super opaque in one swipe and a little goes a long way - no pencil required and no bleeding or feathering) and then dries matte. The Red Velvet looks exactly like red rose petals. Once it's dry (30 seconds or so), this does not move or smudge. Like... at all. You can kiss an envelope, press white tissue into your lips, drink coffee, eat, shower - I think you could probably swim underwater and it wouldn't come off. I went out and had dinner, drinks, danced and came home, without any touch-ups and I still had perfect red lips. Totally bizarre product. The only way I could remove it was with face-cleanser and some scrubbing. I can see why it always sells out. The Velvetines are the line that all the bloggers rave about as being totally unique in their make-up collections - even though I think I'm more partial to the lipsticks just because they're more versatile (ie. you can wear them full strength opaque or make them more sheer with gloss and layer and play around with them more). But if you like opaque perfect lips - the Velvetines are pretty amazing and very unique. I'm totally happy with Red Velvet.

I also like that they're a cruelty-free brand. I'm trying to phase out anything that isn't - which isn't as easy as you'd think. Little known fact - if a company sells in China, they are not cruelty-free. Unfortunately the laws there *require* animal testing to go to market and it's a big revenue opportunity so a lot of big-name 'cruelty-free' companies have reverted back... basically any drugstore, luxury or department store brand... even MAC. :( And... in the nailpolish world - Essie tests on animals, and I think OPI is 'iffy' - their stance seems to go back and forth. The smaller companies and indie brands seem the way to go with nearly everything from household products to beauty... at least until China gets their act together.

Topic First Time Fuck
Posted 06 Jun 2014 04:58

It really depends on the guy. With some, it's had a more sexual vibe right from the beginning and especially if I know the attraction is mainly physical/sexual, I've gone in as a total dirty cum-slut and the sex has been off the hook right from the beginning. If there's already been sexting or sex talk before hooking up and we both have a feel for what each other wants, there's really no need to take things slow.

In other cases, it's been more of a slow-burn and getting to know the person in a non-sexual way, so when things turn physical, I probably do hold back a bit at first. The first time can be exploratory too... but shifts in energy and intensity and reciprocated dirty talk can turn things up fast... I am somewhat sexually aggressive, so I do tend to push things to a certain degree pretty early on but at the same time, I've been with certain guys where I've always held back somewhat - mainly because when I tried to make things dirtier and get the dirty talk going, I basically hit a brick wall. Not everyone is going to be an ideal 'sexual match'...

Topic Contour Your Boobies
Posted 04 Jun 2014 09:12

Cum gloss, how did you learn of my favorite lip secret?

We all do it, don't we, Coco?

Right after we have our jizz omelettes and protein shakes in the morning. clown

Topic Contour Your Boobies
Posted 04 Jun 2014 07:44

Don't think anyone wants to end up with make-up, bronzer and highlighter on their tongue and lips.

Maybe not on the tongue but you could end up with a nice nude/bronze lip after a BJ. Put on a little cum-gloss and you're good to go! :)

Topic Pearly Papules and Fordyce Spots
Posted 04 Jun 2014 06:45

I learned something new today. I've never seen pearly papules before. If I saw that on a dick, to be honest - I would probably be taken aback or wonder if it was an STD etc. It's not the most attractive thing obviously, but as long as I knew what it was, it's not a deal breaker. I've been with a guy with hypospadias before, (two holes streaming cum during a blowjob did require some minor adjustments on my part), but things like that and other little cosmetic blips like spots and veining isn't an issue as long as the guy is healthy.

Topic Flat stomach
Posted 04 Jun 2014 06:33

I think good core strength is definitely a positive (if there is muscle tone - not just a flat stomach because the guy is naturally skinny etc). But... I actually haven't been with a bigger guy so I can't really do a fair comparison. They weren't all six-pack types, but there was always a certain level of athleticism/fitness, and they weren't the type to carry any extra weight around the middle.

There are a lot of other things that factor into good sex - everyone has a different interpretation of it - whether you like it slow and sensual or hard and rough - on a bed or more acrobatics etc. In certain cases, a more fit guy with abdominal strength may have an advantage. Same goes for a female actually. Fitness doesn't just mean having abs though, so you have to look at the bigger picture.

Topic a guy painting your toe nails and foot rubs
Posted 04 Jun 2014 06:15

Foot and leg rubs, yes. Nail polish, no.

Topic Contour Your Boobies
Posted 04 Jun 2014 05:27

I wonder if a guy can contour his dick to look bigger.

Topic Contour Your Boobies
Posted 04 Jun 2014 05:12

i want to contour my vagina drunken

I think you should go with Sparkle-Pussy instead. Or maybe Glitter-Clit? :)

Topic Obligatory Makeup Thread
Posted 04 Jun 2014 05:10

Last weekend I had a friend who is a make-up artist play around with my face for fun before going out. She has the best make-up collection ever. Anyway she got me to try a stronger lip. My default has always been neutral gloss with emphasis on my eyes. But - I loved what she did with some of the fun/bold lip colours with lipsticks she had by Lime Crime (a popular indie brand out of L.A. that a lot of the celeb set like Katy Perry and Adele have been picking up on).

They have some really 'out there' colours which I am definitely not going to be brave enough for anytime soon, but they have some very wearable lipstick shades that really do last forever on the lip and go on really nice. I bought Coquette and Geradium (which she used on me) and I absolutely love them. Coquette is nude (ok, fine, I went for a safe bet) but Geradium is like a borderline neon pink/coral shade. I've even used this over gloss when I just want a more sheer pop of colour but when I used it full strength going out at night, I didn't even have to reapply it, which I thought was pretty cool.

This week I'm recovering from a minor car accident and got into some online shopping yesterday (I blame the drugs!), so I picked up a few other colours - especially their reds - because I don't even own *any* red lipstick! And my make-up artist friend did a red lip and nude eye and I really liked how it looked for a change.

Something like this:

Anyway, their Velvetine collection is raved about online and always sold out (goes on liquid, dries matte, with a true velvet texture), so I'm trying Red Velvet and also Retrofuturist (pin-up red) and Glamour101 (hollywood starlet red). I also love that they leave a lip-stain so you have that popsicle-lip look after removal - throw gloss on top of that and you get another way to wear the colours.

Rachel (Sprite) is trying them too - I was chatting with her yesterday. They have a real fantasy concept with their brand - I'm sure some of the styles/colours would really appeal to the cosplay, fantasy, doll-philes of the world. But for the rest of us, there are quality colours that are fun but still day-to-day wearable. And they are vegan and cruelty-free.

So... yeah - interesting brand. They've been around since '08, so they might not be new to most people but just incase. There's tons of swatches online for those that want to check into specific colours and their Facebook page is a good starting point.

Here's some of the lippies and general spirit of the brand:

Topic Contour Your Boobies
Posted 04 Jun 2014 04:20

This is an interesting concept for photography. In real life, depending on the lighting... I'll bet it's a little more tricky to not make it look 'off'. I'm more of a highlight than contour girl - it's way more forgiving. Sometimes I'll dust a bit of Bobbi Brown Body Shimmer Brick along my collar bone, shoulders and back of my calves.

I've seen contouring abs (with a spray-tan gun)... that's pretty popular too.

Topic Debate: Is it cheating if...
Posted 03 Jun 2014 08:10

In my last relationship, I used to think that girls didn't count either, especially if it was just playing around. I didn't go out of my way to hide it from my then boyfriend, assuming he wouldn't mind since when we were together (and he was part of it), he encouraged it. It all exploded on me one day when he finally got pissed off enough about it to say that it wasn't ok with him when he wasn't around and that I needed to stop immediately.... which I did... except for maybe a few instances of kissing girls at the bar, toward the end of the relationship when I knew things were on the decline.

Anyway - everyone defines cheating differently. I've heard people say same-sex doesn't count, oral doesn't count, phone sex/sexting doesn't count, sex outside of one's own city doesn't count. vacation or business-trip sex doesn't count. I guess it really depends on the couple. As others have said, it all boils down to whether you think your significant other would be upset with your actions if they knew about it - if the answer is yes, then it's cheating. Pretty simple, actually.

Topic Happy Birthday to Asleep (Rick)
Posted 03 Jun 2014 04:30

Happy Birthday, Rick! xx