Forum posts made by damonx

Topic Quick question, Dick or Cock?
Posted 30 Sep 2011 18:11

Sometimes its good not to directly mention them, but allude to them. All depends on what the intent is with the story. I personally dislike words like cock, pussy, cunt, etc. I find them derogatory and used as a means for the author to be lazy. Now, it cannot take away from the quality of an author as a whole, but it can slightly mar the quality of the story. But that's my opinion, not a solid fact.

I was going to say that 'no one would agree with me, but I hate reading any of those words' and then I saw this. I agree with you. This is the first erotica-only website I've ever been on. In all my other writing communities, when I read erotica they never name it.

I pushed inside her works just as well (better in my mind), than I put my dick/cock in her.

Here, I'll be getting into a story and then have hold back laughter after reading cock, cunt, fucked, or the the dreaded 'cum'. The first three won't kill the story for me, but it does water down the arousal factor.

What about "throbbing manhood?" Or "pulsing member"? Probably still too dirty for you huh? I think you need to stick to cheesy romance novels with pics of Fabio on the cover, wearing a white, flowing shirt and tearing with unbridled passion at the bodice of his female suitor....

People use dirty words (now I feel like a kindergarten teacher) in sex stories because they evoke feelings of arousal in themselves and in most readers. Show me a guy or girl that doesn't like to have the words "fuck me" whispered into his ear during sex, and you can bet their are one boring, vanilla lay. Perhaps you should go back to diddling yourself to Twilight posters and fantasies of being swept up by prince charming..... Oops. Sorry. I didn't mean to use such crude language there. I should have said "touching yourself down there". My apologies.

Topic vancouver 2011 riot
Posted 17 Jun 2011 18:42

I would like to say that that riot was NOT about hockey. The same thing happened in 1994, and when game 7 was going to be held in Vancouver again, everyone here expected the same thing. It would have happened whether the Canucks won or lost. I hate reading the international news and hearing them say that it was "upset canucks fans" who were angry the team lost....

There were people who went down there, not only expecting to riot, but hoping for it. Who brings a black ski mask to a sports event?? These idiots were not angry or upset. You can see the footage. They are excited, lustful and almost euphoric. The good thing is, that with so many bystanders taking pictures and the prevalance of social media, the majority of these retards are going to be caught and prosecuted.

Topic Plagiarism
Posted 15 Apr 2011 14:23

Well, I guess I've finally made it. :)


Now, I used to having my work plagarized....but this is the first time someone has tried to make money off my stuff. I just found out, that several of my stories have been stolen by some supposed "author" named Elizabeth Summers, and are on sale on Amazon in Kindle form for 6.99 a pop.

So far, she has stolen my stories "Weekend at Sonja's", "Dirty Little Secret", Kiss My Ass, Anal at last, and The Dirtier, the Better." She also has numerous other stories for sale that are no doubt stolen as well from other authors. Here is link for one of my blatantly stolen stories. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003XYESSU/ref=cm_cr_error The thief even used the exact tagline from the story posted on another site.

Now I'm not sure what to do about this. Does anyone have any ideas?

PS: who the fuck would pay 6.99 for one of my shitty stories?? confused5

Topic Why do Lush Writers post our stories???
Posted 26 Mar 2011 20:10

Any used panties in that mix? (fuck, did I say that out loud?)

As Doll's personal manager (and toenail painter) all requests for used panties need to be put through me - and quite honestly, those requests are rarely filled. That said, in liu of nudes of Ms. Doll and the knife set, a pair of my used panties along with a signed certificate of authorization, is also available.



I actually have a few pairs of dancingdoll panties, that I might be able to part with to the highest bidder... :) The price will have to be substantial though...

Topic some help needed soon as possible please
Posted 18 Mar 2011 22:38

Ahhh, back pain. The holy grail for snake oil salesmen.

Here are a few pieces of advice.

1) Don't look for a quick fix. Anyone who promises such is either a swindler or an idiot...( usually both).

2) There is absolutely no need to go to the hospital or even go to your family doctor (unless you are looking for some better drugs). Family doctors ( general practicioners) have very little knowledge of orthopedic injuries.

3) There is no damage to the muscles. The muscles simply are going into spasm as a protective response to increased movement at one or more of the spinal levels. Most treatments for low back pain are aimed at reducing muscle spasm, but will not adress the underlying cause. These include massage, acupuncture, heat, medications electrothermal modalities etc...

4) Keep moving! The worst thing to do is to engage in excessive bedrest. Immobility results in atrophy of the muscles that support the spine and a subsequent vicious cycle of weakening and pain. Even though it might be uncomfortable to move, it will not do any damage. Exercise based treatment has been proven to be the most effective means of treating and preventing lumbar injury.

5) Don't listen to WMM when it comes to health advice.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

Topic Are men's bodies repulsive (or beautiful)?
Posted 18 Mar 2011 21:36

Judging from the changeroom at my gym....definately repulsive!!!

Topic Whacky Evolution theory vs whacky Creationist theory vs whacky 3rd theory
Posted 03 Mar 2011 21:54

What do I owe you for the diagnosis, Doc? I think I need a good brace, but they look so dorky under nylons socks and slacks, with loafers.

Its on the house. Actually, I think there are some berries that might fix your ankle. If you send me 500 dollars I can mail them to you. :)


Now the next question would be...how does anything that may have happened (or not) that day...lead, even tangentially to whacky evolution/creationist/panspermia theories?

ok...but having a conspiracy theory view on one topic is one thing. But when you project that view onto every possible other scenario, then something is wrong. It protrays a personality that thrives on contrarianism and looking for some evil "boogeyman" behind every shadow.

For comparison's sake only - think how you might have evolved or changed, since September 2001?

Well, aside from the accumulation of more knowledge, I would like to think that I still have the same worldview as I had then. (Pssst...for the majority of the world, 9/11 wasn't a huge reality changing event.) The ability to logically evaluate information really doesn't depend on the decade or the age of the person.

That just might be more of my "pablum" though.....

Topic Whacky Evolution theory vs whacky Creationist theory vs whacky 3rd theory
Posted 27 Feb 2011 20:57


Hey man, I'm just done arguing (with you and other people). Seems like I've spent a great deal of time over the last decade, discussing (and much of it in real life/not just the internet) theories, concepts and ideas...philosophy (which I previously, in my teens, 20's and thirties...ignored) because I had other priorities. Namely the pursuit of the almighty dollar and hot babes. I was as mainstream as 'they come' from 1979 til 2000. Heheh, I voted for Ronnie Raygun in 1984, and Bob Dole...in 1996!!!

You'd have looked at me, sitting in college classes or at a bar or gym or place of employment (especially) and sworn up and down that I was a tight wad, ultra-conservative, trim and fit...young republican. Complete, with a stick up my ass and the idea that I was a much better person than 90% of those around me. I wanted to be like the Executive Vice President at that financial services company I toiled at for 8 years. I couldn't be him, but I could look and act like him. What a waste of 8 years...

I looked like (a great deal of those twenty years) some Wall Street shyster in knock off $6000 suits...(which I paid substantially less for, off the rack and slightly tailored - because I was and do remain ... a cheapass, too).

Unless you got to know me, and I let down my shields (Mr. Spock)...and invited you inside my walls...you'd have thought I was a guy who didn't give a fuck about anything except business. Unless you were built like Dancing_Doll or LadyX... evil4 Especially Xuani. I loved those clubs, man.

Don't equate selfishness and ambilvalence with logical reasoning. I'm not sure if you are insinuating that I am somehow like the WMM of 1979-2000, or that the 1980's stereotypical caricature that you've presented is the only alternative to crackpot conspiracist ideology, but there is a middle ground. I can see that you associate me with the "system" because you have obviously prefabricated some image of me in your mind but I think you might be surprised. Pursuit of knowledge and pursuit of money are actually usually mutually exclusive ideals, and trust me, I do not fall into the latter category.

Actually, I should probably discuss with you, this injury I sustained to my left ankle, when I was 15 years old...and what I think is the main reason why I constantly roll that ankle completely over...often, just walking. Sometimes it fails on me, when I'm just leaning against a wall or bar, trying to look cool. It's a bit embarrassing to tumble on my ass...when I'm trying to be nonchalant and uber suave.

Well, everytime you roll your ankle, you damage the lateral ligaments of the ankle, particularly the anterior talofibular ligament. As the ligaments become stretched and torn, they no longer are able to perform their function of limiting excessive lateral ankle movement, destabilizing the joint and increasing the chances of it reoccurring. the best way to prevent future injury is to strengthen the lateral muscles of the lower leg (the peroneals) since the passive stabilizers can no longer to their job. You could also wear an ankle brace or supportive shoes that go up past the ankle to prevent further damage.

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 26 Feb 2011 00:59

As the "almighty creator" of this thread, I think maybe I should guide things back on track.

The question is: Should creationism be taught as an equal alternative to evolution.

Not...should comparative religion be taught in school. I don't think anyone has a problem with comparative mythology classes. but should such mythology be placed on the same level as science? That is the issue.

Topic What Do Athletes Owe Their Fans?
Posted 26 Feb 2011 00:04

I think athletes don't owe fans anything. They are paid to perform on the field (rink, cage, court). If they commit a crime outside the sport, then the criminal justice system should take care of it. I hate when athletes are penalized at their workplace for something that happens in their private life.

What really pisses me off is when athletes get fined for simply saying something that is deemed "offensive". I for one am sick of hearing the same drivel from athletes when interviewed. "Yeah, they are umm... a good team... and ummm, it will be a good challenge and.. ummm..."

Fuck that. I respect anyone that speaks their mind. And noone should be fined for it. I recall Sean Avery making a comment about "sloppy seconds" when referring to his ex girlfriend Elisha Cuthbert dating another hockey player. He got fined. Bullshit. Back to respectfull cookie cutter comments after that.

And people say... "It reflects poorly on the sport." If anything, it creates interest in the game.

Athletes are humans. They have the same faults and vices as the rest of us. The real fault lies in the clueless and delusional public who expect them to be morally superhuman. Awwww, your favorite football player got caught snorting coke off a hooker's ass.... :( Boo fuckin hoo. If he misses that touchdown pass then you can get pissed off. Don't bitch about what he does in his private life because it is none of your fucking business.

Topic Whacky Evolution theory vs whacky Creationist theory vs whacky 3rd theory
Posted 25 Feb 2011 23:32

Maybe you could suggest some blogs or message boards written by high school drop outs, so I can dispense with this ridiculous knowledge based on actual scientific research.

What would be the point of me doing that, Damon?

I've given you numerous links over the last 7 or 8 months and you never visit those sites.

Hell, you know it all already. I don't blame ya.

After all, I'm just a 50 year old fcktard on a sexy story website who lives in bumfuck middle of America.

Or what was it you called me, right before Christmas? Something to that affect. I forget.

Heh, Pickle...The Think Tank is something I championed ... way back when. It's exactly what many members have made it.

And why I've started spending tons less time in here since the 1st of the year.

Arguing on the internet is like...super fucking retarded. And I'm done with being a fucking moron around here, too. Hell, I can go get insulted in person, hitting on 45 year old cougars looking for buff young men. But at least I get to look at some nice scenery in the process. Regaeman Man

This might surprise you, but I usually do check out the links you provide. I know! What an amazing concept! Somebody actually checked out the starchild website and wasn't convinced????? Newsflash bud, but most educated humans can see the glaring faults in those theories. Hence, the reason they are relugated to corners of the internet to be perused by conspiracy theorists and middle aged men living in their mothers' basements.

I've never claimed to "know it all"... I just don't throw my hat into the ring for every crackpot theory that goes against the mainstream. I look at the evidence and make a rational decision. You seem to ignore evidence and simply pick the theory that you "want to be true". Its obvious that you like to attach yourself to theories that go against the majority. Hell, if someone associated with mainstream science came out with proof that aliens exist, you would probably start posting threads about about how it was just a government conspiracy!

And don't trash the tank just because you've had your feelings hurt. You're acting like a child that got picked last in dodgeball, storming off saying "well its a stupid game anyways!" Maybe its time to join the checkers club, so you can throw you weight around again and no one will oppose you.

And by the way... maybe you should come see me to get your shoulder checked out? I think it might be damaged from that huge chip you've been hauling around. glasses8

Topic Whacky Evolution theory vs whacky Creationist theory vs whacky 3rd theory
Posted 25 Feb 2011 22:57


I could name about five people offhand (probably more) who have privately told me they stay the hell out of here because of the shitty attitudes, the childishness, the fallacious arguments, the drama, etc. etc. They are actually wise, interesting people who could make for more well-rounded discussions, but they don't have weathered skin from years of mixing it up, and they feel uncomfortable in here. Sure five isn't a lot on its own, but it's at least 10-15% of the people I know on Lush. That's a significant percentage.

DD: Thread views would probably indicate that she was right in the first place, if you think about it. The implication was how many people don't feel comfortable contributing in here.

Just because one has the freedom to say anything and everything in here, doesn't really mean that one should say anything and everything. My 2 cents

I agree with D_D on this one (again - yeah, it surprised the shit outa me, too!)

Sure, we could have a no-holds-barred, free-for-all area of the forum where people could be just as nasty as they want to be, call it "The Mosh Pit" and abandon hope all who enter there... but what would be the point? Nothing would ever get accomplished except for a severe waste of bandwidth. Here in the Think Tank, we do sometimes rub nerves the wrong way (me more than most, perhaps) but we do try to debate out issues without the vitriol getting too thick. This is the only forum on Lush that isn't full of threads about cock size, shaving, and what you would do to the poster above/below you. You don't have to have a whole lotta stones to either bring in a topic, or posit a new point of view on an existing topic. It does sometimes take balls to back up your point of view when another poster calls it into question, but if you can't back it up, maybe you shouldn't be posting it in the first place.

We could have more strict rules about the tone we post in, exactly how civil we must be to each other, and how our arguments should be namby-pamby rainbow-colored, skittle-flavored politically correct mush, but the blandness would take away everything that makes the Think Tank an exciting place to visit. And quite frankly, I don't need to know what Jeff would do if he found Jebru bent over his couch...

I agree. (mark that one on the calendar) There was a reason why the tank was created. There are people that contribute and people that sit back and watch. Some of us like the debate and confrontation. And I know that there are many people that are intimidated to post here (usually the ones who call it childish, but check in constantly to see what the latest posting are). Its all entertainment. Some of us come to participate and provide entertainment for others, and some come just to watch the show.

In all honesty, I've found worse arguments and more childish behavior in other sections of the forums. We all know the tank is not for the thin skinned.

Topic Whacky Evolution theory vs whacky Creationist theory vs whacky 3rd theory
Posted 24 Feb 2011 19:46

You're what, Damon...30, 31?

I'll wager by the time you're 44-45, you'll have evolved a great deal more yourself. I realize you went to medical school and you've got gobs of education under your belt in all the right sciences.

Your cocky attitude is well earned...that's why it's going to be such a bell-ringer for you, when the lights click on, inside your mind. And then...you'll have to take the really big stand by reversal of everything you've spent the previous 25 years espousing.

Too bad I won't be there to witness it.

But it's coming for you. And you will dig the shit out of it.

Really? So I have about 14 or 15 years before rational thought and actual knowledge evolves into irrational paranoia and unsubstantiated fantasy? yeah, I'm looking forward to that.

Maybe you could suggest some blogs or message boards written by high school drop outs, so I can dispense with this ridiculous knowledge based on actual scientific research. Or do I have to age another decade before I develop the capacity to comprehend the intricacies of unsubstantiated claims and non-sensical reasoning?

I'll start putting aside some funds so I can make a big donation to the "starchild fund" when I finally grow up and "get it". I'm sure the interest by that time will substantial enough for him to get some DNA testing done on the skull. confused5

Topic Whacky Evolution theory vs whacky Creationist theory vs whacky 3rd theory
Posted 15 Feb 2011 21:25

Ancient life more advanced? Why that's sacrilegious dogma, which cuts against the major theory of evolution.

Thank goodness for ongoing scientific research!

New evolutionary research disproves living missing link theories
February 10, 2011
Evolution is not a steady march towards ever more sophisticated beings and therefore the
search for the living "missing links" is pointless, according to findings published by a team
of researchers led by Dr. Hervé Philippe of the Université de Montréal's Department of Biochemistry.

You mean the term "missing link" is outdated? Wow. Welcome to 1955! I thought the neo anti evolutionists preferred the term "transition species".

And evolution is simple change. It has nothing to do with "progress." Organisms merely adapt to meet the environment in which they are situated.

WMM, you should read Richard Dawkins' "The Greatest Show on Earth" if you want to get a comprehensive view of modern science's view on evolution. It is quite reader friendly and is easy to understand for people with even less than adequate scientific education. You can even get it on audiobook if you like.

be careful though...you don't want to get indocrinated into the coven of modern science... after all..."THEY don't want you know...(insert conspiracy theory here)......"

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 15 Feb 2011 20:27

And he keeps digging and digging and digging.......

Kudos on clinging to that whole "Dames" thing though. If you want to steal any more of my material, I can suggest something that is actually funny if you like.

And let me pre-empt your next response by stating it for you...

"You've said something funny? Let me know and I'll be sure to laugh."

wait.... Let's add constitution, freedom and guns (along with Dames) and we've exhausted the limits of the mrnudiepants lexicon.

apples and oranges? please explain. or just keep digging...the rest of us are enjoying this greatly. :)

Then let's change it up a bit.

You've posted something pertinent to this thread? 'Cause if you did, it would be a welcome change from all your normal douchebaggery.

I think I actually have.... Maybe check the first few pages of the thread. Even though there is an absence of the term "douche" I think i made a few succinct points.

Or just keep skirting the subject and throwing insults at anyone who doesn't own a shotgun or a pickup truck. I wish I would say that your stubborness was admirable, but this is becoming an embarrassment. Once again you are painting yourself into a corner. I think you're going to have to pray to god that the rest of the readers don't see you as a complete idiot.

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 15 Feb 2011 19:41

So... well done in being a douche

Our thread mediator, ladies and gentlemen! Give him a hand! Nothing like a rational voice of reason to bring order to the tank. blah5

The problem with the way you're "using Einstein" is that I never tried to use his quotes to bolster an argument in favor of religion

Ummm.... I seem to remember your comments in the "are intelligent people less likely to believe in god" thread.

http://www.lushstories.com/forum/yaf_postst13286_Are-intelligent-people-less-likely-to-believe-in-god.aspx

I guess you were just using Einstein quotes in that thread as a platform to state your love of science....


dontknow




Can we please get a "digging a hole" emoticon created especially for Nudie?




Apples and oranges, Dames. Apples and oranges. Nice try, though.

And he keeps digging and digging and digging.......

Kudos on clinging to that whole "Dames" thing though. If you want to steal any more of my material, I can suggest something that is actually funny if you like.

And let me pre-empt your next response by stating it for you...

"You've said something funny? Let me know and I'll be sure to laugh."

wait.... Let's add constitution, freedom and guns (along with Dames) and we've exhausted the limits of the mrnudiepants lexicon.

apples and oranges? please explain. or just keep digging...the rest of us are enjoying this greatly. :)

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 15 Feb 2011 18:22

So... well done in being a douche

Our thread mediator, ladies and gentlemen! Give him a hand! Nothing like a rational voice of reason to bring order to the tank. blah5

The problem with the way you're "using Einstein" is that I never tried to use his quotes to bolster an argument in favor of religion

Ummm.... I seem to remember your comments in the "are intelligent people less likely to believe in god" thread.

http://www.lushstories.com/forum/yaf_postst13286_Are-intelligent-people-less-likely-to-believe-in-god.aspx

I guess you were just using Einstein quotes in that thread as a platform to state your love of science....


dontknow




Can we please get a "digging a hole" emoticon created especially for Nudie?


Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 28 Jan 2011 20:40

My main issue with creationism is that it does not introduce "controversy", but simply confusion to the facts. Can we honestly say that dinosaurs walked with Homo erectus? No.

So, by lending science as proof of creation is false. Just as science cannot refute conclusively the non-existence of a higher power, it cannot be used as proof of the same.

In turn, such argument (creationism) is merely a way to introduce religion to education. Yes, for many, religion, has its merits and gives some direction, purpose, and strength. However, as it has been used historically, it only leads to manipulation, false impetus for one side against another, and in a classroom, the ability for children of believers to pass even more judgment on other children whose parents have come to their own hypothesis/beliefs that deism or religion is not the "way." Let alone the sometimes hypocritical notion of the separation of church and state. It is nonexistent, and this would only make that hypocrisy even more evident.

It is interesting that creationists argue against carbon dating. Science itself does not argue that it is not infallible, however, when used on religious "proof" of god/it/whatever deists and religious zealots alike will spurn the findings when the Shroud of Turin is proven false, yet gleefully rejoice on the dating of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Children have enough "controversy" in their lives. Creationism is not a learning tool. It is only a tool used by tools .

Great comment.

Plus... let's not forget that many children in the US are indoctrinated into religious creationism from an early age before they even attend school. And to place those beliefs on the same level as science gives creedence to the same ignorance that widely perpetuates such stupidity in the US.

Topic Happy Birthday LittleMissBitch
Posted 28 Jan 2011 20:14

Happy Birthday!

Topic Guns in Bars and Nightclubs
Posted 27 Jan 2011 23:26

Come on! Everyone loves the drama!

If people were actually tired of it then nobody would be viewing it.

Its not like anyone's putting a gun to their head..... No pun intended. d'oh!

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 27 Jan 2011 22:55

I don't know if this part of the equation has been addressed yet, and not about to go through all the responses to find out (lazy me), but what about the kids?

I had a brief discussion today with a female co-worker (agnostic) about her daughter coming home and feeling bad since the question posed by other kids was, "What do you believe in?" Her husband is an atheist, and they both tried to explain to her that it was her choice to choose what she believes in, and that there are many different religions. Pretty heavy for a 10 year old.

My advice, tell her that no matter what religion, faith, or belief, the simple idiom is "treat others as they would treat you", and that the love and respect for your fellow human beings is the simplest point to make. If those asking, "what do you believe in", make fun of you, then the love and respect they extol in their own belief is not being practiced because they have made her feel bad, and is antithetical to what they try to preach.

Do we need to give youth more prejudice with which to exert on their classmates than is already at hand?

Kids need controversy in their lives. It teaches them not what to think, but how to think. It teaches them that there may be more than one correct answer to any given question. The parents who don't want their kids exposed to any other ideas than their own are actually failing to teach their children a valuable lesson.

Because.... A 2000 year old myth is an equal alternative to scientific evidence. Got it. Perfect sense.

People need to realize the difference between truth backed by evidence.... and superstition. Presenting both as valid equals is a grave disservice to young minds. I agree...teach kids to think. And then they will be able to brush off these ridiculous fairy tales like the rest of us did at age 8.

Topic that's hot .... or is it really?
Posted 27 Jan 2011 21:41

First of all, let me get this out. Paris has never made a an appearance in my spank bank and wouldn't even crack my top 100 celebs I'd like to fuck. I just don't delude myself into thinking that I wouldn't turn my head if she walked by me on the street. I honestly think almost everyone would notice her if they passed her on the street. People posting here are simply reacting to her percieved personality and their response to how they feel about her, rather than objectively evaluating how they would respond to her if she wasn't a celeb.

Has anyone actually looked at how many of the general population are actually attractive? The number is very very small. If any of you sat on the street and watched everyone walking by...and she strolled by. 99 times out of 100 she would be the most attractive women that passes you.

And guys...if she worked in your office, wasn't named Paris Hilton, didn't wear 2000 dollar outfits and ate peanut butter out of the jar with her fingers....you'd still be going home and wanking it to her almost every night. (with the exception of Pickle of course, who is obviously above such things as physical attaraction). So go ahead and keep claiming that you wouldn't give your left nut to have a girl like that, to assist you in your efforts to get that webcam boob-shot from that divorcee in Des Moines since she thinks you care more about her views on humanity than her stretch marks.

And just a note girls: If a guy's only positive attribute is that he claims to be "different than other guys"....he's not only like other guys, but just has lower standards.



"Ummm...who is telling you that you should be attracted to her?"


Nobody is telling me that I should be attracted to her! Attraction is not a choice. (T-shirts available on request). If she looked like Roseanne Barr, would the "media" be able to convince people that she is hot? The only reason she is famous is because she is attractive. There are thousands of heiresses with snaggle teeth and pocked marked faces that don't make the covers of tabloids.

oh, and don't even think about rolling out the jealousy speech with me, Mr X. i think i could compete with the girl on one of my better days, and certainly, if i had the resources she had and nothing better to do with my time then sitting around and looking good, i bet i could even outshine her. Yes, there's a bit of jealousy on my part, but it's not based on her looks - she got handed a silver spoon and who wouldn't want her life? that said, she's wasting it on all the wrong things. she could do some good in this world with that kind of dough - be nice to see her spend it on something beside 'powdering her nose' and buying outfis her accessory dogs, you know?

Hmmm...I don't know sprite. Maybe you should send me some pics of you in a pink dress with purse dog and I'll make the call. :)


yeah, she, if she offered herself up, most guys would take her up on a sex romp, i don't deny that, but hell, that's just saying she's not ugly, rather then saying she's truly the brightest star on the planet. So, to answer Dolls question, yep, she's hot, but it's a fantasy hot, and not everyone wants to buy into that particular fantasy.

So I guess I'll call Paris and DancingDoll, and tell them that our foursome with Sprite is off the table.... :(

Topic that's hot .... or is it really?
Posted 25 Jan 2011 19:35

Doll, Doll, Doll....Shame on you! You should know better than to bring a huge helping of reality into a thread like this! Don't you know that people come here for fantasy? How dare you shatter their rose coloured glasses with such offensive honesty!

Paris Hilton is ugly! Who cares if 99.9999999% of the heterosexual male population would jump at the chance to have sex with a girl even close to her appearance. The "nice" girls, who spend their saturday nights at home with a tub of Ben and Jerry's say so!!! And who cares if that crew of ice cream devouring shut-ins would gladly trade places with her in a second, if given the chance. They need to feel good about themselves by pretending that their own intellect, personality (add any other non-physical trait) is far better!

Who cares that, if their best friend looked like Paris, they would describe her as beautiful. Who cares that if Paris starred in a movie about a lesbian serial killer or feminist lawyer who saves a town from an evil corporation, and not a cheesy reality show, she would probably be left alone completely. You simply can not admit that she is above average attractiveness from a physical point of view!

And let's not forget about the avatar chasing male troglodytes that inhabit the various nooks and crannies of the net.... Don't you know that you are severely hurting their chances of impressing Ms "58 year old bored housewife with an avatar of a 19 year old" ?? Have a little consideration will you! If some guy, who probably needs to pay to have sex, says that he would turn down Paris Hilton then you should take him at his word! Don't you realize that people that cringe at the sight of their own naked body are so far above such trivialities as "physical attraction"???? Perhaps you should age 20 years, gain 50 pounds and move into a trailer park so you can walk a mile in their shoes? Then see if you are sooo quick to admit that attractive people are attractive!

For shame Dancing doll. For shame!!!!!!Fugly

Topic Guns in Bars and Nightclubs
Posted 23 Jan 2011 19:41




So... reading comprehension isn't your strong suit, I get it. Did I say that guns in nightclubs are a "bad idea"?

Well, if you notice that little curly thing at the end of the sentence, it denotes a questions, and not a statement. Let me show you again.

So are you admitting that it would be a bad idea to allow guns in nightclubs?

There. So now that you've completely engulphed this thread in nudie style semantics-arguing and novella style responses so as to beat down any interest in anyone else even participating, why don't you sum up all your pro-gun masturbatory fantasies in a succinct, understandable statement.

Unfortunately, I no longer have the time to engage in tit for tat exchanges with you, but I will try and weigh in whenever possible.

As to my party affiliation or who I voted for in the last Presidential election, they really have no place in this thread. Neither does my nutsack, though I can see why you would be jealous of it. Quite a handsome nutsack, isn't it?

Well, I've never actually seen your nutsack. I have however, due to your unfortunate choice of avatar pics, seen your entire naked body (which surprisingly still resembles a nutsack). I can see how some females may find you enticing though....Particularly confused girls with a daddy complex or Lord of the Rings nerd-girls with a gollum fantasy....

Topic Why is Vancouver such a violent city?
Posted 23 Jan 2011 18:58

This just in...... From "The Province" newspaper.

Vancouver had its lowest murder rate in more than 25 years in 2010 as the city’s crime rate dropped in more than a dozen categories from the previous year.

There were only nine murders in the city last year compared to 18 in 2009 and 2008.

Attempted murder was also down 44 per cent last year — to 10 victims from 18 in 2009 — and robberies were down 19 per cent from 1,338 to 1,082.

Goddamnit!!!! I hope this doesn't ruin my street cred..... I guess I'll have to postpone the dropping of my new rap album. :(

Topic Sex Education Called an “Attack on Religious Freedom”
Posted 23 Jan 2011 18:34

The catholic church against sex education? I kind of thought they were against ALL education.....angel7

Topic Guns in Bars and Nightclubs
Posted 15 Jan 2011 22:29



Wow, this is becoming exhausting...




Well, you're right about one thing. Since you admit that I'm right, and that a lawful, sober person is going to remain a lawful sober person no matter what venue they choose to be in, I'm done wrestling with this particular pig.

Are you fucking kidding me? Or are you just pullling one of your nudie-style, ignorant fight to the death arguments?

And how is an authority supposed to know which patron of their particular establishment is a "lawful person"?

I'm beginning to think that my "Why are republicans so dumb thread" actually has something to it.

For someone that professes to be such a logical person, you do a lot of assuming. That's not very logical at all. Let's clear something up right now - I'm not a Republican. But you're still an insulting jackass. But I'll play. Back into the pigpen I go. (sigh) People who are legally allowed to carry concealed weapons either have identification to prove it, or they live in a jurisdiction where such proof is not necessary. Either way, I still think it should be up to the bar owner to either allow it, or forbid it - not the government.

I did assume. I'm sorry. Did you vote for Obama? Because aside from your propensity to show your nutsack in public, I can't really see any demoratic ideals in the comments you've posted.

Oh wait! You're an independent! Got it.

And ok. Leave it up to the bar owners. Because no nightclub would ever let a gun in. So are you admitting that it would be a bad idea to allow guns in nightclubs?

So you are pro gun, anti government regulation, anti health care, and anti mosque at ground zero? But not republican.... ok.

Topic Guns in Bars and Nightclubs
Posted 15 Jan 2011 22:03

Hey Doll just posted that for discussion. Like I said heard it on a news show and looked it up. Never even said I believed it. Now to the case of the child killed with the Uzi. What sensible would allow their child to fire a Class III weapon in the first place? What sensible ClassIII owner would allow a 15 year old to supervise firing one. There were alot of bad decisions made that day, unfortunately it cost this young child his life. It was an unfortunate and preventable loss of life, and with that being said irresponsible people inhabit all walks of society.

Oh and for the record and I'm sure this will piss off some. I know we cannot put a $ value on the childs life although the courts will. But the Uzi currently is approx$20K (US) plus $300 per year license fee just to own it. You just don't walk into Billy Bob's guns and buy one

Hey SIL... if you are going to continue posting in such a proliferative fashion, I think you should get an avatar. Might I suggest.......



http://upload.lushstories.com/977-yosemite_sam.jpg

Topic Guns in Bars and Nightclubs
Posted 15 Jan 2011 22:01



Wow, this is becoming exhausting...




Well, you're right about one thing. Since you admit that I'm right, and that a lawful, sober person is going to remain a lawful sober person no matter what venue they choose to be in, I'm done wrestling with this particular pig.

Are you fucking kidding me? Or are you just pullling one of your nudie-style, ignorant fight to the death arguments?

And how is an authority supposed to know which patron of their particular establishment is a "lawful person"?

I'm beginning to think that my "Why are republicans so dumb thread" actually has something to it.

Topic Guns in Bars and Nightclubs
Posted 15 Jan 2011 21:47



Wow, this is becoming exhausting. Once again Mr Nudie pantaloons is painting himself into a corner.


Well, if he was carrying his axe concealed, as I carry my firearm, then I wouldn't say anything because I'd never know it was there, would I? Regrettably, this topic isn't about axes in nightclubs, so what you hope to gain by introducing this bit if nonsensical bullshit is anybody's guess.

Because no sane person would ever allow someone to walk into a nightclub with an axe. And since guns can kill more people much easier than axes, it would seem odd that aynone would approve of of guns being carried into clubs. Whether or not, it was concealed. And newsflash...nightclubs check people before they go in. Perhaps you should tone down the cruising for teenagers on the internet and actually get out in the real world so you can see where the rest of us are coming from?

If you make the deliberate choice to go to a venue where violence is likely, don't blame me if there's violence in your life. I can go to such a venue and remain peaceful. If you can't, you may need counseling.

This comment is sooo far off the point, I can't even begin to understand your reasoning. Again you fail to see things from a statistical or un-individualistic point of view. You state things in terms of "me and you". Violence is always likely in clubs. But it is usually limited to punches or shoves. If bottles are available, then they will use bottles. If knives are available, they may use knives. If guns are present, then the prospect of more serious injury is increased. The goal is to minimize the ammount of damage. I'd rather get punched than get shot in the head. I'm guessing you would feel the same.


Show me how all those concealed weapon carriers are suddenly transformed into murdering, robbing hooligans.

Ugh.... Nobody is saying that. Again (and I know that you are incapable of understanding) but you are seeing things from an individualist point of view.

Here we have an environment in which testosterone driven males are prone to get into physical confrontations. Let's introduce firearms and see how that works out!

And try (I know It's hard) but try to think of things from a practical point of view.

So the bouncer finds a gun on one of the patrons, he's letting into the club.

"oh don't worry!" the guy says. "I'm not going to shoot anyone."

"Do you promise?"

"Yes,"

"Okay then. Go on in."

Failsafe! dontknow

Or maybe they should give different colored wrist bands to the people that are packing, just to keep tabs on them. Or wrist bands that denote a person as "law abiding citizen?"

So put your dick back in your pants, put a shirt on and actually go to a night club and then tell me that you think its a good idea to indroduce guns into that particular equation.

I don't like like you, and that is no secret...but your persistence in this matter is becoming downright embarrassing. I suggest you get a second opinion before posting again. You are becoming the Sarah Palin of Lush.