Forum posts made by dancing_doll

Topic Announcing the Winners of our "Seduction Stories" Competition
Posted 02 Mar 2014 15:54

Huge congrats to Liz, Rachel, and Alexandra! Well deserved ladies! =d>

Great picks all around! I still have some catch up reading to do on a few.

Topic Oscars 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed List
Posted 02 Mar 2014 15:48

Lupita Nyong'o has my vote for one of the best dressed so far! I looooove this blue dress - it looks so gorgeous on her.

Topic Oscars 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed List
Posted 02 Mar 2014 15:40

lol - we were just commenting on Kirsten Chenowith's boob shield/shelf. i love her, and i like it, but you could use it as a mini bar, right? :)

Totally. Or maybe it's the ledge she rests her purse on when she needs to go hands-free. I love her to pieces too - but I'm not a fan of the gold.

Topic Oscars 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed List
Posted 02 Mar 2014 15:31

Cristin Milioti - her boobs look so unhappy in this bodice.

Topic Oscars 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed List
Posted 02 Mar 2014 15:26

not sure about Doll, but i'm a bit insulted by your comments about us. evil4

If I was going to masturbate my ego with anyone, it would be with you. I'll even bring the baby oil! drunken

Topic Oscars 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed List
Posted 02 Mar 2014 14:25

Who's watching tonight? drunken

I love watching the red carpet - so drop your comments and/or pics of who you think looked Hot or Not - your favourite looks and dresses, the misses and hot messes, the WTFs and the best dressed couples. All Oscar gossip is welcome here - either as it's happening (live) or tomorrow after you've had a chance to take it all in.

Topic Your place or his/her place?
Posted 02 Mar 2014 13:43

If I've never seen the guy's place before, then I prefer mine. At least I'm assured the sheets are clean, there will be toilet paper on the roll and the bathroom won't look like a swamp.

In a relationship, I don't care either way. Whatever works. Sometimes proximity is an issue if you don't live all that close to each other.

Topic How many orgasms per session?
Posted 02 Mar 2014 13:32

I would say 2 or 3. I'm counting those are full orgasms (with build-up and a an eyelid-fluttering white-light strong climax). Some women claim to have dozens of orgasms per sex session and I often question how they're counting them. There's lots of little peaks on the way up, but a real toe-curling orgasm is noticeably more intense.

Topic Ladies Do you Find it Rude or Offensive If Men Offer Opinion/Comment on This Forum Topic "Ask t
Posted 02 Mar 2014 13:27

It doesn't bother me. They're just posts on an internet forum. If it adds to the topic/conversation or makes me laugh then I'm all for it.

Topic The Ukraine Crisis
Posted 02 Mar 2014 09:48

I don't buy the situation is a Putin wants to PROTECT his military bases/navy vessels/ports .... fuck that. Putin wants the Ukraine .... The Ukraine's "bi-polar" stance is irritating Putin. The Bottom Line is that Putin wants the Ukraine in his Economic Group ... and he doesn't like the word "no".

Yes, he wants all of the Ukraine but quite honestly (if I was Putin) he would have been dumb to leave Crimea alone. They are all pro-Russian and want to be part of Russia there - there's been no real battle to secure that area so far. In a destabilized country, any leader's priority is his own military/investment. Any country would have done the same - it's an easy chess move.

I agree he wants the whole country, and *if* he forces the hand from here I am sad that more blood will be spilled because Ukraine's military stands no chance at all - basically it's suicide for these poor people if they are told to fight to the end.

As you said the numbers in support and against aren't an overwhelming majority for either side. Putin probably won some favour with the $15 million bailout offer as well. The geography/politics of the area has been historically messy - a redivision of the country still seems like the best idea given the current issues.

Other than condemning the actions, I personally don't think NATO should be sending in troops at this point. Russia is no military slouch and the consequences could have long-reaching (disastrous) implications. Their best bet is continued negotiations and hoping it stops with Crimea.

Topic The Ukraine Crisis
Posted 02 Mar 2014 08:04

Putin is doing exactly what any country, (including the US) would do in a similar situation. He's protecting his military bases and Black Sea naval fleet, investments and people who are ethnic/loyal to Russia. Keep in mind that in many parts of Ukraine, they are pro-Russian, especially in Crimea. It's not a cut and dry issue. The West and EU have lots of interest in Ukraine - mainly the massive money to be made by multinational corporations. It has nothing to do with the people - follow the money. If I was going to guess, I think Ukraine will be split in half - part going to Russia, part turning to Europe. And I actually think this is the best outcome for the situation given the present situation. Yes, it would be messy and an imperfect solution, but there is no perfect solution in this case. Russia is not going to back down and it really doesn't matter how much finger-wagging the West does.

Topic Lana Del Ray
Posted 28 Feb 2014 13:30

This was an interesting story when it first broke and it's gotten even more interesting in the past couple of weeks. Since the Oscars are upon us, here's the inside scoop on why Lana's song from The Great Gatsby, whom most had short-listed to get an Oscar nom was ignored.

The Real Reason Young & Beautiful was Snubbed for an Oscar Nom - Sabotage!


Pop music fans are always quick to go to bat for their favorite artists, whether or not it’s justified — but the outrage was well-earned when Lana Del Rey’s “Young and Beautiful” was passed over for an Oscar nomination this year.

And yet, the aching, wistful ballad, used as the theme song for Baz Luhrmann’s 2013 film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, wasn’t just snubbed for a Best Original Song nod at the 86th Academy Awards — it may have been legitimately sabotaged. So what happened?

According to a Deadline report from December, an anonymous envelope was “mailed to various members of the Academy’s music selection committee,” which included a print-out of a fake Variety web article alleging that Lana’s song was somehow ineligible for the Best Song nomination due to “a technicality involving The Great Gatsby‘s changed release date.” Upon further investigation, Academy members realized that the article was in fact doctored. (Stop me if you’ve already seen this plot play out in a Hitchcock flick — or maybe Clue.)

From Deadline:

Insiders said attempts to figure out the sender were unavailing, so the studio and Interscope focused on setting the record straight with the Oscar committee member who reported receiving the missive and others who might have. Warner Bros, which has several songs from the Baz Luhrmann-directed film on the just-release long list of 75 eligible tunes, is now recutting a music featurette to emphasize the collaboration between Luhrmann and Del Rey on the song, which plays in the scene where Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio) regales Daisy (Carey Mulligan) with the grandeur of his mansion. And yes, the song is Oscar-eligible.

By the time nominations were announced, the damage may already have been done: The song was left off of the final list of nominees — even after a second controversy swept the category. (Yes, really.)

Upon the announcement of the official nominees in mid-January, one song in particular stuck out as a fairly unusual entry: Composer Bruce Broughton’s “Alone Yet Not Alone,” the title track of a small, independent Christian film, which brought in less than $150,000 at the box office.

By the end of the month, the curiously below-the-radar selection had been pulled from the category — which has happened a mere handful of times in the history of the Academy Awards. So why was it removed? Because of an e-mail reportedly sent from Broughton to 70 members of the Academy, politely encouraging them to consider his song for the nomination. But the message alone wasn’t enough to cost the song the nomination: It was the fact that Broughton is an executive committee member of the music branch of the Academy, and previously acted as an Academy governor up until 2012. As a result, his influence on voters was called into question.

Regardless of whether or not the Academy was right in pulling Broughton’s nomination, the fact remains that “Young and Beautiful” sat there in silence, shedding a lone, glamorous tear while a battle of technicalities raged on in front of her innocent eyes.


Topic A big thanks to LIZ for helping with the new header design
Posted 27 Feb 2014 16:14

Love it! Lizzy is my hero. She's also really hot. Shhh

Topic What is your favourite scent?
Posted 26 Feb 2014 16:55

Has anyone ever tried Tokyo Milk perfumes?

I'm loving their 'I Want Candy ~ No. 4' scent. It has notes of Crisp Apples, Peaches, Sweet Violets & Roses.
It's so fresh and yummy at the same time.

Topic Condoms ??
Posted 26 Feb 2014 10:30


Yes there are some you can still contract through oral, but to some, oral sex is less of a risk than penetrative sex.


There's technically less risk so more people are willing to roll the dice.

Topic The Rage Cage
Posted 26 Feb 2014 10:25

Yes, I'm call screening you. Try thinking about why I'm not fucking picking up for you instead of hitting redial. Guilty conscience much? I've wasted too much time on this fake friendship as it is. I'm deleting your texts too. You're not that bright but eventually you should be able to figure it all out and know why I can't forgive that fuck-up. I've let shit slide in the past, but how many empty apologies can one person spew? The problem is you don't give a shit and never did. And now I don't either.

Topic The Official Olympics Thread: Sochi 2014
Posted 25 Feb 2014 15:50

possible Olympic Village Romp story.....?

Actually Jake (Jaymal) wrote a fun tongue-in-cheek take on the Summer Games last time around! :)

Topic The Official Olympics Thread: Sochi 2014
Posted 25 Feb 2014 15:07

I heard somewhere that they had handed out more than 100,000 condoms.

Apparently Tinder (mobile app) was verrry popular in the Athlete's Village - it's typically used on college campuses to meet like-minded hook ups.

It makes sense - they are all in the best shape of their lives, in their sexual prime, all those endorphins and adrenaline, pent-up stress and nerves. There must have been some damn good sex going on! drunken

Topic LELO's sex and pleasure blog, Volonté - my new series of short stories
Posted 25 Feb 2014 07:43

My third 'flash fiction' style short story has been published on Volonté.

Please check it out if you have a minute, and as always, thanks for the support. :)

'Come Together' is about something a lot of couples strive to experience - that elusive simultaneous orgasm. This short little fantasy explores how an unexpected addition to an already passionate night might be just the thing to tip them both over the edge.

*Featuring LELO Ida*

Illustrations by LELO.

Topic Woman breastfeeds puppy. Heartwarming or creepy?
Posted 25 Feb 2014 04:53

It's creepy because there are obviously alternatives to this - unless maybe you're trapped in the middle of nowhere and have no money for formula? But hey, if it saves a cute furry life, how can anyone judge, right? There are plenty of granola types that do things that aren't to my taste, but if it helps the animal and the person actually wants to do this, then I have no issue. And if it was a unique circumstance where there literally was no other alternatives available, then it's a good thing - no question.

Topic Guys in suits
Posted 25 Feb 2014 04:31

Yes, it's attractive, assuming it fits the occasion and it's a quality suit with impeccable fit. There are some exceptions - a guy who puts on a suit to go to the bars (when he wasn't wearing one and going straight from work) is actually a bit of a turn off. It just feels a bit cheesy and I know plenty that do it.

Quite honestly, I'm far more attracted to a guy with a nice build, dark jeans and a well fitting (not skin-tight) shirt/tee or something that shows off a bit of individual style. I've been in endless bars and places stacked with suits, and I've been in relationships with guys that put one on every morning, so maybe it doesn't hold the same wow appeal for me anymore. I guess I'm kind of desensitized. Don't get me wrong, it can look hot, but so can a lot of other things.

Topic How big is your ideal size in a guys package?
Posted 25 Feb 2014 04:10

In my humble opinion, a more accurate statement would be 'size doesn't matter, as long as it's not too small or too big'. I refuse to believe that it does not matter at all, and I would wager that the women who claim that simply wouldn't know any better due to a lack of sampling, or just want to appear politically correct and avoid having pejorative slurs hurled at them. To come clean and confess your love for big cocks is a pretty 'slutty' thing to do, and certainly wouldn't be met with a positive reaction among the general public (unfortunately).

Now, yes I'm well aware that a cock can just as well be too big, something that is not pleasant for the recipient either. There are guys with longer cocks than mine, and I can easily deal damage to a woman's cervix during sex as it is. However, I have also been with girls who have claimed that they were previously unable to reach orgasm during intercourse, only to become multi-orgasmic with me.

As such, my question to all the ladies who are having difficulties with orgasming from intercourse would be: how big is your partner's penis, and have you ever experienced a (significantly) longer/thicker one?

Even if other factors come into play, I am fairly sure that a significant portion of the women would find that they will orgasm easier with a bigger cock that is able to 'fill' her in ways that her previous lovers were not. Just my two cents..

This gets the thread award, as far as I'm concerned. I agree 100%. Nicely worded!

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 24 Feb 2014 10:24

As for Dr Mullet, do you really think he has all the answers? And if so, why doesn't he tell as many people as he can? It seems to me that in an environment like that, operational security really isn't a high priority. Surely there's no competitive advantage in whoever is the first to Washington. It's the information, not the man.

I know, right? He's been talking to "the guys in Washington" every day but now it's gone dark. Why couldn't he relay all this pertinent info to them directly? Abraham doesn't strike me as the brightest guy - he's mission oriented, but maybe he feels like he *wants* to believe Eugene because it gives him a purpose in a chaotic world, and also offers some last shred of hope that things can be saved.

I was also thinking that this 'Terminus' place might not be all that great. They have no idea who is running that place. With all the sketchballs lurking around, who's to say they won't end up enslaved there or under some Governor-style control. Not to mention maybe it's 'The Hunters' running the place and the whole thing is a trap "hey, survivors come on over"... *rings dinner bell*

Topic Obligatory Makeup Thread
Posted 24 Feb 2014 09:28

I finally tried some products from the Butter London line of makeup. I know they are more well known for their polishes, but their makeup line is actually pretty amazing as well.

Mainly I was hooked by their new Boho Line for spring because I love neutral make-up and this is such a cool evening look, in my opinion.

Also a HUGE plus for me is that Butter London is cruelty free - never tested on animals. This is not as easy to find as you'd think with most major make-up lines still doing it (some because they sell in the China marketplace where animal testing is still required by law - I know - ridiculous, right??).

So I tried their 'cheeky cream blush' in Honey Pie - I loved this. All you need is a tiny sweep on the apple of your cheek and then blend it out to be as sheer as you want. I also liked the colour - basically a neutral/peachy tone. It also brightened up my complexion - this will definitely be my staple for the summer.

I also tried their tinted lip balms (in Teddy Boy and Mush) - loved them. They're moisturizing but still matte.

And I picked up their Lippy Gloss in 'Wag' - the glosses are nice (brush applicator, which I much prefer to the doe-foot applicators). They are all super sheer washes of colour (ie. they are true glosses - barely any colour - more adding shine and a hint of shimmer). I picked the one in the middle - the peachy hue with the golden shimmer. I figured this will be a good one in the summer as well. Plus I can add a tiny bit over the tinted balms if I want some shine and it doesn't detract from the colour.

Overall, I'm totally liking the BL line! I think their original liquid lipsticks were a miss - the reviews weren't great on those, but these newer products were all solid.

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 23 Feb 2014 19:27

In tonight's episode with the Pink Room, I think Michonne was most disturbed because I think her ex-bf had probably plotted a similar "out" option for the family. I think that's how he and her son died and either Michonne chose to live/fight at the last minute or he did it without giving her an option first because he thought it was in the best interests of the kid to not be in a scary world like that. That would explain her animosity toward him and why she dragged him and his buddy around on a leash for so long. Just guessing. It's an interesting plot line, slowly unravelling.

Also, there is no way Eugene is a scientist that's going to save the world. He's taking Abraham & Co. for a total ride if they actually believe that. angry7

Topic The Official Olympics Thread: Sochi 2014
Posted 23 Feb 2014 16:38

This is why South Korea have submitted an official complaint about the Yuna Kim skating controversy:

7 out of the 9 judges rated Kim Yuna higher, and yet she lost due to the inflated scores from just two other judges.

It'll be interesting if it's enough to warrant a real investigation, maybe another overhaul of judging/scoring and possibly a second Gold. South Korea does have some bargaining power given Pyeongchang is the next stop for the Winter Olympics.

I thought Russia did another fantastic job on the Closing Ceremonies. The giant bear that blew out the flame and shed a tear - omg, so incredibly sweet. Loved seeing prima ballerina Ulyana Lopatkina too - she really is the best of all time. And the fireworks display was impressive.

Topic The Official Olympics Thread: Sochi 2014
Posted 23 Feb 2014 07:27

Soooo happy! Maple Syrup shooters for everyone!!

ps. I kind of have a crush on our goalie, Carey Price, now. drunken

Topic The Official Olympics Thread: Sochi 2014
Posted 23 Feb 2014 03:41

WOW! What a game that was. The U.S. could have clinched it but shot at the empty net hit the post with like 55 sec left. The Canadian team is just too good to give another chance and they took advantage of it.

Congrats to The Canadian women on a well earned Gold Medal! If the USA couldn't win I am glad Canada did!! I hope the Canadian Men win the gold now also.

I feel really bad for the US Women. One of the players is a neighbor of a friend of my daughter.

I felt bad for the US women as well, honestly. I mean I was thrilled for my own Canadian team, but that was the most bizarre comeback ever. I nearly almost gave up on it to go to the gym once they were less than 6 minutes from the end of the game. I just didn't think it was possible to mount any sort of sustainable offense. When everything happened it was like it was out of a movie.

Re the US men vs Finland - that was a heartbreaking loss. I had to wonder if fatigue might have been part of it playing at that level less than 24 hrs apart. They just seemed drained somehow.

Anyway... we're up in the dark today to get ready to watch the Gold medal game. There isn't a natural rivalry between Canada and Sweden, but let's hope it's a golden moment! Go Canada! drunken

Topic Belgium's parliament votes through child euthanasia
Posted 22 Feb 2014 11:27

Putting an animal down in pain is considered humane, doing the same for a human is cruel?
Allow the animal to suffer and you're cruel, allow the human to suffer and you're considerate.
Go figure.

Nicely said!

This is my opinion, as well. I have always been in favour of allowing options for euthanasia for the terminally ill and those in chronic pain (either due to illness or the ageing process). As long as there are several different safeguards in place to prevent abuse (which there seems to be here), I consider it a necessary reality for a progressive, humane, compassion-focused society.

Let's choose human dignity over human suffering and let's keep the church out of it.

Topic Age is just a number: Christie Brinkley is 60 yrs old
Posted 21 Feb 2014 13:32

I love the debate ~ it's an interesting concept - beauty and aging. Keep it going! :)

One thing to consider - are we only comfortable celebrating ageing beauty when we are given images of women who don't actually look their age? Christie and Raquel are gorgeous and definitely look significantly younger than their years. There are nips and tucks, hair colour, make up.

But what about beauty and a more natural take on the ageing process.

In 2012 American Apparel signed 60 year old model, Jacky O’Shaughnessy, as the face of their ‘advanced basics’ line. She's the same age as Christie - yet I'll bet the average person feels more awkward with this kind of photo spread. Jackie probably looks more like a typical 60 yr old than Christie does. She certainly looks healthy and natural. Would you like to see a broader range of ages being represented in advertising and beauty mags or do you think that certain categories (like lingerie, provocative clothing etc) should be left for the younger set with older models being given more conventional 'age-appropriate' assignments? (unless they look like Christie Brinkley, of course. lol). To me, there is still a bit of a double standard - 'celebrate your age!... as long as you don't actually look your age.

Do you applaud American Apparel or do these images still make you somehow uncomfortable?