Forum posts made by daniellex

Topic Where do you like to source story/poem ideas from?
Posted 21 Jul 2014 14:04

The poem/story fairy evil4

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 21 Jul 2014 14:02



2. Skittles

Correct! The wooden ball on the end of bar skittles is called a cheese. I had never heard of skittles till I found a pub in Wales last year and they were playing. I asked if I could have a go, and I got the whole lot in one go and they all looked at me open mouthed.

Second go, I missed the lot and third go, I got two skittles. I should have stayed at one go and slunk off, like the Skittle Wizard Girl.

Topic Over 600 paedophiles have been arrested in the UK today.
Posted 21 Jul 2014 12:13



Is the UK teeming with paedophiles? No, it's not. 600 arrests accounts for 1 in 100,000 of the population - hardly one on every street corner. Child Protection in the UK is taken very seriously as anyone who's obtained CRB approval will testify. The fear that paedophiles are everywhere sadly often goes beyond reasonable vigilance and into hysteria. This cloud of largely unfounded suspicion affects everyday life - one in four primary schools in the UK now have no male teachers at all.


Well, there was a professor talking about this on the radio and he estimated that there were a minimum of 15,000 men in UK downloading child abuse images from this dark web.

Topic "3 truths/1 lie" Game
Posted 21 Jul 2014 12:02

Well...
As for your guess on me... WRONG!!! Her red locks are stunning!

As for you, number one is the lie; you don't even like turnips !!!


Actually, I love turnips, particularly in a stew, but yes, that's the lie!

Topic "3 truths/1 lie" Game
Posted 21 Jul 2014 10:09

1. I love a woman with smoking hot green eyes
2. I love a woman who stands exactly 5' 4" tall
3. The woman I adore is bronzed and has the most amazing freckles dotting her beautiful skin.
4. This woman I love has beautiful wavy, red hair cascading down past her shoulder blades.
Hmmmm

4 is the lie.

1. I grow prize turnips
2. I have no tattoos
3. My Mum's sister once dated my Dad's brother
4. I have 176 pairs of shoes

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 20 Jul 2014 21:51



1. Well I looked it up. Stilton makes a cheese called Blue. Although there is a cheese called Stilton, it is not made in Stilton.

2. The Green Bay Packers are called Cheese Heads. That sport is American Football.

3. Edam

4. Trukle

5. Wensledale

1. It's Village Blue
2. WRONG
3. Correct
4. Well, truckle, but close enough
5. Correct

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 20 Jul 2014 13:05




Well at least I didn't fulfil my own criteria of being sad had I got them all right :)

Yes, you're only slightly sad, but cool in my book. Has everyone given up on the other two (like anyone cares)?

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 20 Jul 2014 12:39


2 is bowls
4 is a cake
1 is such a load of idiotic European bureaucratic gobbledygook as usual.

2. WRONG
4. WRONG
1. Yes, it's amazing actually.

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 20 Jul 2014 10:23

wait!!!! why can't stilton make stilton cheese????

Because Stilton is a protected brand. By European law, only cheese made in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire can make Stilton. The village of Stilton, being in Cambridgeshire is not allowed. It's true!

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 20 Jul 2014 10:23

Blinkin' double posts!

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 20 Jul 2014 09:38

I don't think they actually make cheese in Stilton? I'm sure they don't have the license to make Stilton believe it or not
Baseball?
Edam
A Wheel?
Wensleydale

How did I do??? And yes if I get these right I am officially sad lol 😁



1, Correct. Although they do make cheese. The village of Stilton make 'Village Blue.' They are not allowed to call it Stilton.
2. WRONG!
3. Correct!
4. WRONG
5. Correct!

3/5 isn't bad.

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 20 Jul 2014 09:35



it's Danny, you great foof.


Yes, Steph! It's Danny!

Wallace and Grommit eat Wensleydale...

(After that I'm fucked...)

But you know, I've long thought that we should have more cheese-related topics here... I mean, obviously I love Lush Stories, but, like many members, I'm disappointed by the general lack of cheese and cheese related stuff...

DANI ARE YOU ON FUCKING DRUGS!

xx Steph

(Or cheese?)

Nothing wrong with cheese! Yes, it's Wensleydale! x

Topic should women be allowed to be topless in public?
Posted 20 Jul 2014 07:15

In a Utopian world, yes. Men go topless, so why not women? That's the only reason I voted yes, because of equality.

But to be honest, I get as many whistles, shouts, kissy noises, 'fuckin bollocks' etc as it is, just with a tight top and hot pants. I will always get that (well for a few years at least). If I went topless, the novelty would soon wear off. Sometimes less is more.

Danny xxx

Topic How many times can you cum in 1 hour?
Posted 19 Jul 2014 13:35

Wow loads! Never really counted. but I guess five or six times. Depends.

Topic Cheesy questions
Posted 19 Jul 2014 12:43

1. What's the name of the cheese that's made in the village of Stilton?

2. If you were hit by a cheese, what game would you be watching?

3. What type of cheese is made backwards?

4. What's the correct term for a cylindrical block of cheese?

5. What is Wallace & Grommit's favourite type of cheese?

Topic Why??
Posted 19 Jul 2014 12:36

Why, Why, Why?

If people evolved from apes, why are there still apes?

Why is it that no matter what color bubble bath you use the bubbles are always white?



I can answer two of these, from my recent studies.

People did not evolve from apes, humans and apes share a common ancestor. So, we're evolving and apes are evolving together. Our common ancestor is a monkey that lived millions of years ago.

Bubbles are only white for a split second, they then absorb and emit electromagnetic radiation at different wavelengths of visible light, until all the different colours cancel each other out, until the bubble turns black and bursts. I think that's right. We did it at college last year when I did my course in physics.

Danny xxx

Topic Over 600 paedophiles have been arrested in the UK today.
Posted 19 Jul 2014 02:35



Sorry Danielle

I must admit I did take offence at the time of reading your post because I read that as saying that paedophilia stemmed mainly from the UK and when trying to get my point across mentioning others I messed up and mis wrote what I meant to say which offended others and was not intentional. Having bantered and posted with you now on a regular basis I know this was also not your intent so I am sorry for snapping at you.

I have to be honest and say that I dont care where or which country a child is from they should be loved, cared for an nurtured as the precious beings that they are...not lusted after and abused by monsters and the internet has had a huge hand in making it far more accessible for these monstrosities ( i refuse to call them human beings) to get there kicks and what are they doing to stop it??? Like I said I had personal pics of my babies stolen from my private albums from facebook its unacceptable to me.

I do agree though and you have a good point I also grew up watching Jim'll fix it (Jimmy Savilles tv programme he used to make kids dreams come true you just had to write a letter) and all the time he also was a raving nonce, not sure who Stuart Hall is I will look him up but Ralph Harries is Australian not English. You make a good point though there has been quite a few British celebs of late who have been accused of sexual abuse to minors Jimmy Saville had his knighthood revoked by the Queen even though he is now dead.

Anyway having gone once again off topic I DO think we are all in agreement that the ones making all the money whether it be Government, Kings, Queens or internet providers, they need to be doing more to stop this shit from happening.

That's okay Kiera. I must admit, I had never heard of Stuart Hall before this. He is a soccer commentator, but I gather he used to present some game shows in the 1970's. It sounds like you're my Mum's age. She used to watch Jim'll Fixed it. She says she was actually shocked to hear about what sort of man he was. She just saw him as a bit of an eccentric.

I know Rolph Harris is technically Australian, but he's part of this whole British VIP paedophile thing. I wouldn't be at all surprised if more allegations of other people come to light.

Danny xxx

Topic Usage of 'their'
Posted 18 Jul 2014 23:34

"I love people who know how to use their heads ."

"By definition, the term 'patriots' represents people who love their countries ."

"Generally speaking, most humans breathe through their noses ."

"Women should be free to do whatever they want with their bodies ."]

Yes and no. It's not as straightforward as that

The correct English would be:

"I love people who know how to use their head ."

"By definition, the term 'patriots' represents people who love their country ."

"Generally speaking, most humans breathe through their nose ."

"Women should be free to do whatever they want with their bodies ."

To confirm earlier, these are correct:

"The people were walking their dogs ."

"The men removed their hats ."


This is part of a branch of English called semantics. This particular area is known as logical semantics. Some people do a PhD on it!! But you would never get a story returned if you wrote one or the other. We're not that mean.

Danny xxx

Topic Over 600 paedophiles have been arrested in the UK today.
Posted 18 Jul 2014 12:57



I'm sorry I fail to see what you mean by you have said the Uk is teaming with paedophiles?? I certainly am not this happens all around the world not just here and it MUST stop.



I think you might have misread what I wrote. I said the UK is teeming with paedophiles. I'm not sure what teaming with paedophiles would even mean.

I think the UK has a strange relationship with children. it's different in other European countries. I don't know, it's just odd here. I think people like children more in a normal way in other countries. I expect to be challenged on this, and it's hard to put into words, but from someone who has lived in Czech republic, Slovakia and Hungary, it is what I think. Obviously the UK is full of a lot of lovely people who have absolutely normal attitudes to children, so don't get me wrong.

You've only got to look at all these cases coming to light like Jimmy Savile, Stuart Hall and Rolph Harris. Why??? I saw a programme about it and some of these people organize their careers to be around kids, so that they can abuse them. It is sickening!!!

My 2 cents

Topic "3 truths/1 lie" Game
Posted 18 Jul 2014 07:58



hmmm... you're never supposed to go with the least likely sounding, but...

i'm going to say #2, your mom never delivered a baby on a plane.

Yes and no. My Mum has never delivered a baby on a plane, but she has delivered a baby on a bus.

But this was #1 not #2 so I can't give you the prize, sorry.

Topic Big bust up over 'gay cake' Who do you think is right?
Posted 18 Jul 2014 07:51



The KKK remains an organization because of the constitution. Racism is a belief system. That's why you still see them marching and passing out pamphlets and other propaganda.

Everyone has the right to be a racist and a bigot and just generally someone that the general public disapproves of. But that's pretty much all they can do. The only thing a racist can do is be racist. Period.

The cake situation did not involve a gay couple being wed. It was a representative of a gay organization ordering a cake with a message in support of this organization. The owners said 'No, we're not gonna do that. It violates our principles.' They brought that to their place of business, and they were refunded their money. Unless their business licenses and permissions prohibit that sort of thing, they were well within their rights. You and I may not agree with their beliefs, but they still have their rights.

Suppose the owners of that bakery were gay, Black, Jewish, Hispanic, Asian, handicapped, or left handed. The KKK hates all of these people (and yes, some branches even discriminate against left handed people). Now suppose a representative of the KKK walks into a bakery owned by one of these groups of people and wanted to order a cake for their next bash. Would anyone bat an eyelash if these people refused their business? And if these people refused the business of members of the KKK, would that be considered discrimination?

This is a really good point. I think it comes down to what's deemed to be acceptable discrimination.

I don't think any right-minded person would support racism. So if a BNP member walked into a bakery and asked for a cake with the words 'BNP against black people' to be decorated on the top, I don't think any court in the land would not defend the bakery's right to refuse to accept the business.

It does come down to whose rights trumps whose? Is the right of the bakery to exercise their religious beliefs trumped by the couple's/organization's right to have gay marriage as a subject for the cake decoration?

I don't know.

Topic "3 truths/1 lie" Game
Posted 17 Jul 2014 21:27

No 3 Dannie...?

1. I've met the pope
2. I've met a few members of the Royal Family
3. I've masturbated in a church in front of someone
4. I've got quite a few medals


WRONG!!!


No. 3 I hope!!!

Topic "3 truths/1 lie" Game
Posted 17 Jul 2014 21:27



No it was 3 I hate tomato's

1. I love Muse
2. I am a Dominatrix and Gilrenard is my sub
3. I love all brownies except ones with cream cheese on them
4. I have been laid in Lord Nelson Hammock

No. 4

Topic Over 600 paedophiles have been arrested in the UK today.
Posted 17 Jul 2014 13:00

Sorry, but this makes me so mad. I know not all men are dicks!

Topic Over 600 paedophiles have been arrested in the UK today.
Posted 17 Jul 2014 13:00

Sorry, but this makes me so mad. I know not all men are dicks!

Topic "3 truths/1 lie" Game
Posted 17 Jul 2014 12:16

1. My Mum once delivered a baby on a plane
2. I drive an orange Ford Focus STE Titanium X
3. I've never been to Ireland
4. My great grandfather flew a spitfire in the RAF

Topic Over 600 paedophiles have been arrested in the UK today.
Posted 17 Jul 2014 12:08

I heard this story and in one way I was shocked but in another, I am sort of not that surprised.

It's been obvious for ages that the UK is teeming with paedophiles. There's stories nearly every week about some sort of child abuse or another.

I suspect that the internet has awakened a lot of hidden paedophiles, who think they can feed their disgusting urges with impunity. The punishment for this sort of thing needs to be really hard, even if it means they have to build more prisons.

A child has had to be abused to provide these images etc and the people who look at them are maintaining the need to produce them. Therefore they are almost as guilty as the monsters who made the images!!!

All the main governments could get together and sort this out with the technology for a fraction of the prices that's used to buy bombs and weapons. They could block these websites and end this next week. They chose not to because politicians are FUCKING USELESS DICKS!!! And I'm sorry but most of them are men.

Topic How do you interpret the term 'below par'?
Posted 12 Jul 2014 06:26

I sometimes hear people saying "Oh that was a below par performance," meaning 'not very good.' But if someone is below par in golf, that's a good thing, isn't it?

So, if you're below par shouldn't that be a compliment, or am I missing something?

Danny x

Topic what interracial relationships are common in your area?
Posted 12 Jul 2014 01:37

I often see skunks humping squirrels in my neighborhood, if that counts.

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Topic what interracial relationships are common in your area?
Posted 11 Jul 2014 12:59

I have a friend whose father is Japanese and whose mother is English. Her partner has parents from Baluchistan. Their skin tone is about the same.

United Kingdom.