Forum posts made by charlotterusse1

Topic Current Favourite TV Shows
Posted 27 Jun 2014 21:47

So sad that GOT is over for the season. I don't make time for much besides that. John Oliver's new weekly comedy news is great, though.

Topic do you like cuddling after sex
Posted 21 Apr 2014 19:27

Cuddling is absolutely required. Especially if you've just had sex.

Topic yoga pants and the panties you wear under them
Posted 11 Mar 2014 20:07

These aren't bad under yoga pants if you want something under there..

Topic Do you ever just write, and not have an idea in mind for it?
Posted 18 Feb 2014 19:45

I've written from outlines, in fact I have several skeletons lying around for stories that I've started but not finished. The stories most enjoyable to write evolved without outlines, from scenes that I tied together later.

Topic do you believe in God?
Posted 22 Jan 2014 20:26

I believe there is a Mystery. I don't believe in an all-knowing consciousness that hands out reward and punishment. Morality is invented by man. That's a good thing.

Topic So ladies, what do you buy for happiness????
Posted 22 Jan 2014 20:22

A good book for my iPad. Clothes. Dark Chocolate. And if I really want to be very happy temporarily, I'll get a massage.

Topic Why aren't you telling your spouse that you frequent sites like Lush?
Posted 22 Jan 2014 20:16

When you say others, are you referring to other stories? If so, why is that the case?

Well, some of my stories are about cheating and I wouldn't want him to misinterpret. Fantasies are just that, but there's no reason to make it uncomfortable.

Topic Why aren't you telling your spouse that you frequent sites like Lush?
Posted 21 Jan 2014 20:17

My SO knows I read stories on this site and I've even showed him one I wrote. However, for some reason, I can't bring myself to show him the others. Embarassed

Topic Where did you lose your virginity?
Posted 21 Jan 2014 19:58

In my boyfriend's bed in his apartment. He made me practically beg for it! I was in my 20s and quite tired of being a virgin.

Topic What's your favorite cookie?
Posted 18 Jan 2014 20:52

Chocolate with dark chocolate chips.

I like a good fresh chewy oatmeal raisin cookie with a glass of milk too.

Topic UCSF says sugar is toxic to human body and should be regulated and taxed like alcohol
Posted 18 Jan 2014 20:45

How about using Stevia? Natural, low-cal and tastes pretty good. I use it in my tea.

Most sweetened processed foods contain much more sugar than needed. I don't know why the manufacturers sweeten them so much.

You don't need to tax sugar, just stop subsidizing the manufacture of high-fructose corn syrup quite as much. The farm bills have huge subsidies for corn, most of which goes into junk food.

Topic Male Haircuts
Posted 22 Dec 2013 14:19

I like short hair on a man. Even shaved looks good on some guys.

Topic False Teeth
Posted 30 Nov 2013 10:58

I think a lot of people would be very surprised at how good a body can look into 40s and 50s for both men and women. If you work out regularly, you don't sag.

Topic Where did you lose your virginity?
Posted 23 Nov 2013 18:10

On my bed in my apartment. I had to talk my boyfriend into doing me. He was worried that I wasn't really sure. Note: when a girl over age 25 tells you she wants to lose her virginity there and then in so many words..she does.

Topic what colour bra are u girls wearing?
Posted 21 Nov 2013 20:16

Deep Purple.

Topic Do you look like your parents?
Posted 06 Nov 2013 16:09

I look like my mom, but my daughters look more like her than I do.

Thank god I don't look like my dad. He looked nice for a man, but you couldn't put that nose on a girl.

Topic Is it possible to write a good story when you havent actually had sex before?
Posted 03 Nov 2013 17:06

What Shylass said! I think the writing might seem more authentic if you kept it closer to your realm of experience, but most of us are adding generous dollops of fantasy to our prose. (For example, I've never actually participated in an MMF ... )

Topic Are you a Writer?
Posted 02 Nov 2013 20:02

I am a dabbler. On a good day I could call myself an amateur writer. I have published, but only as a co-author of a technical paper. geek

Topic What do YOU fantasize about when you masturbate?
Posted 02 Nov 2013 19:34

Hmmm.. Several scenes come to mind but there is a recurring one where I am watching the face of this one guy who had a tremendous orgasm when I was riding him. Watching this big guy absolutely lose control in my memory really pushes my buttons.

Topic Admitting you masturbate.
Posted 02 Nov 2013 19:22

It's good for insomnia. However, if I want to go right back to sleep I have to make sure I don't wake up my SO. It makes him horny.

Topic Would you like your husband or boyfriend buy you sexy underwear?
Posted 23 Oct 2013 19:48

Just remember to include a gift receipt so she can exchange it for the right size if it doesn't fit.

If he buys it, it's almost guaranteed that he'll like the way it looks on you, even if it's not something you would have picked out. And sexy underwear is mostly for the guys n'est-ce pas? (You don't have to wear it all day if it's not comfy.)

Topic What if...
Posted 22 Oct 2013 19:40

I sense a "straw horse" here. Where are all the girls who want their guys to go down on them while they have their periods? Now, I've been with a guy who really didn't care about what time of the month it was. When he was horny, he was horny, period or not, and sometimes I was too. So I assume a lot of men aren't squeamish about it when it comes to intercourse. But I never wanted oral then. Blech.

Topic Being stared at by men on the street?
Posted 21 Oct 2013 18:42

Here's a somewhat relevant story for you. When I was 19 and in college I was visiting my girlfriend (age 20) who lived in Ottawa, Canada's capital city. We received an invite to a night out from some friends of friends, a much older couple in their early 40's. Did I mention that they were Old? The lady was quite attractive and I quietly mentioned to my girlfriend that the two of them looked hot together as we walked downtown searching for a restaurant. She smiled and gave me a playful smack. As we four continued on our way a car full of guys around 25 years old cruised by, gave the ladies a wolf whistle, and yelled "That's for you both". My girlfriend was pissed but the 40+ woman perked up and told her, "Honey, when you're my age I hope you remember this moment, only then will you understand".

This. When I was in grad school a male acquaintance of mine was following me up a long flight of stairs. I was wearing a rather tight skirt. I noticed that he was walking unusually slowly. I stopped to fix my shoe and he stopped too, several stairs behind me. I made a test of it and stopped again. So did he. I looked over my shoulder and asked him what he was doing. He said "just enjoying the view." At the time I was very annoyed for some reason. In retrospect it seems amusing and mildly flattering.

Topic Time to Ban and Burn confederate flags
Posted 16 Oct 2013 18:43

To those who were so upset with my 'you have no right' - I was referring to a 'constitutional right' not your personal liberty. Calling me a moron because I refuse to be labeled is kinda crass. In point of fact, a direct descendant of my dad's walked the Trail of Tears and don't see me rallying around saying 'burn the stars and stripes'. I suppose since the ass at the rally was also holding a flag in tribute the US Marines we should burn those, after all guilt by association. I'm weary of this entire discussion. You can't see past your own white guilt and privilege and it's made you narrow minded and petty. Devolving to name calling in lieru of a cogent argument means you lost your argument. Some one said they were sick and tired of being told how to you read what you write? guilty of the same thing.

I think you've misconstrued the argument of most of the people replying here. Most of the people replying here do *not* think this battle flag should be banned. However, they understand that this flag is offensive to many, and we certainly do have a right to be offended, and even more so, the freedom of speech to *say* we are offended.

Get it? The guy in the picture has the right to wave that flag. People have the right to be offended by it. People have the right to say they are offended by it. We have the right to think that the guy waving the flag is bigoted. You have the right to disagree. I think that those who are in denial that that particular flag is offensive to many people are walking around with blinders on. There are certainly many, many people who find it offensive.

Topic Time to Ban and Burn confederate flags
Posted 15 Oct 2013 19:03

I don't think the guy who was waving that flag was trying to make the point that he was proud to be from Mississippi or Georgia. He was trying to make the point that he wishes the South had won the civil war and he didn't have to have a black man as president.

That's my most polite interpretation of the intent of waving a Confederate battle flag (not a state flag) in front of the white house.

Yes he's free to do it. Yes it's Offensive (with a capital O).


Topic Why is the universe so big?
Posted 12 Oct 2013 17:58

The answer is:


Topic Do you write real life stories, fiction, or a mix of both?
Posted 12 Oct 2013 17:39

Fiction is so much more interesting than (my) real life. However, I will take feelings, sights, places and dialogue that I have experienced from real life and sneak it into a fictional story.

Topic bushy cocks
Posted 11 Oct 2013 19:41

Hate it when a guy prefers girls to be trimmed or shave but have to get a weed eater to find their balls. C'mon man!


Topic Time to throw out Congress?
Posted 11 Oct 2013 19:30

A big reason that the Republicans still have a majority in the house is that over the years many "Red" states have been "gerrymandered" into districts that have such a strong republican majority that a Republican cannot lose. States that have a majority of constituents who are not hard-core Tea-Partiers can still have a majority of representatives from that state be these uncompromising pseudo-conservatives.

Here's an article about "gerrymandering" for those who are new to the term:

Here's what some gerrymandered districts look like. Basically they "cut out" all those places that Democrats could hide in:

Topic Help with Obama/Clinton Health Law
Posted 11 Oct 2013 19:17

I couldn't get through that absurd spiel at all.

I live in Massachusetts where we have "RomneyCare", which is almost the same as "ObamaCare" because it's based on the same conservative Heritage Foundation plans as they both started from.

The sky has not fallen in Massachusetts.

I still have my same old employer insurance.

Rates have not gone up more than they would have anyway.

More people now have health insurance and you can still get insurance even if you have "pre-existing conditions".

The state has not gone broke and people are mostly o.k. with the plan. See this story: