Forum posts made by eiffel2007

Topic Who is the best fuck on Lush and why?
Posted 20 Feb 2014 05:38



I'm pretty sure the best fuck on lush has a vagina, not a penis.confused5



I'm certain you are right
love7

Topic What's your favorite zombie movie?
Posted 06 Nov 2013 14:25

Shaun of the Dead

Yep, me too.

Can't beat a good RomZomCom

Topic Do people really fall in love on lush?
Posted 31 Oct 2013 11:29

Yes they do, and will be eternally grateful to Lush for that.

Topic Actors and Actresses that no matter how good the movie you just say NO
Posted 24 Oct 2013 14:33

Jennifer Aniston

Topic Fuck or Pass?
Posted 07 Sep 2013 14:07

I would pass on the thread creator, but would definitely love to fuck the person above me

Topic What just sizzles your nizzle?
Posted 02 Sep 2013 16:26

The thought of giving my lover orgasm after orgasm until she can take no more. Pleasuring her roughly and then kissing and cuddling her until daybreak and beyond.

Topic SimplyJohn - 3 free Gold memberships HERE!!
Posted 25 Aug 2013 01:37

Great gesture 295

Topic Favorite Actors/Actresses from the 1930s
Posted 21 Jul 2013 03:22

No room for Ingrid Bergman?

Topic 50 Shades of Grey, Review plus Pictures
Posted 25 Apr 2013 03:03

Anybody else wonder what score Fifty Shades would have if submitted to Lush?

I suspect if it included some cliched incest schtick it would be the biggest thing this site has ever seen.

Sadly

Topic Announcing our "Humor Month" Competition Winners
Posted 19 Apr 2013 12:28

Massive congratulations to the winners :)

I'm very happy that my silly little story got a top 10 finish. Thank you judges :D

Topic What do you think is the worst song ever written?
Posted 12 Apr 2013 03:32

Loving You by Minnie Riperton is like a thousand fingernails scratching down a blackboard

Topic RIP Margaret Thatcher
Posted 10 Apr 2013 17:45


Whoever is 'in power' is never ever going to please everyone - it's just not going to happen and I still think that I prefer her to our current 'leaders'...



Our parties are led by political pygmies whereas she was undoubtedly a giant. She was an idealogue whose idealogy I largely despise, but history will judge her as one of our country's most significant leaders. The big shame for me is that Blair had two massive landslide victories with which to force through a similar scale shift in our country to Thatcher's but he was too concerned with popularity to do so. A wasted opportunity to build on the good things Thatcher did and redress the bad.

Now look what we are left with. Cameron, Clegg and Miliband. :(

Topic RIP Margaret Thatcher
Posted 10 Apr 2013 17:37


Single handedly she transformed the economy and world wide respect of UK. Her policy of "some must suffer such that the majority can gain" will be hotly debated in coming weeks and possibly into years.


Her policy was more "your class must suffer so that my class can gain".

There are plenty of towns that over 20 years after she left office have still not recovered from her rule.

And yes she did transform the economy. At the 1979 election when the Tories used the famous 'labour isn't working' campaign showing people queuing for the dole there were 1 million unemployed. She took the total past 3 million. She decimated our manufacturing and heavy industry base. She destroyed the mining industry (with Scargill's help). She deregulated the financial sector and we've all seen how that worked out. We are now a service sector economy.

But she grew the middle class and moved politics in this country to the right. That is her true legacy. The current attacks on the welfare state and the NHS would have been unthinkable before her time in office. That is her legacy and we will suffer for decades to come.

Topic I LOVE THE NEW FEATURE!!!!!
Posted 06 Apr 2013 04:07

Agreed. It's great :)

Topic Humor Month Competition Support Thread
Posted 05 Apr 2013 07:44



Something I've asked other authors before who say they don't get many reads/votes, do you read and comment on stories here?

I'm going slightly off topic, so a mod can feel free to delete this. I think in general there is a real advantage to having lots of friends who vote quickly when you first post a story. I rarely look beyond the first page or 2 of new stories and my eyes are naturally drawn to stories that have a high number of votes and a high average, as well as an enticing title/premise. Who wants to waste their time with a duff story? The scores can be a good guide if you want a quick fix.

If others apply a similar philosophy then it is easy to see how some stories gain a momentum, while other stories that may be great, flounder and sink.

In my case, by posting at the wrong point in the week I have had stories disappear from the front page before either of my friends have had a chance to read them. Once it is off the front page it is out of sight, out of mind. It won't get many readers and it won't get many scores. And then faced with a choice between a story that has 35 votes (Avg 4.88) or 2 votes (Avg 5), it is natural I think for people to read the former story. I'm as guilty as anyone of that when I'm in reader mode.

I'm not saying I'm a great undiscovered author. But if I friended 300 people and asked them to vote on my new story. I reckon 10% would vote without reading it. That would in turn draw many more people to my story. It wouldn't make it a better story, but it would give it momentum and in turn would give me a higher profile.

However when I first joined Lush I did the whole friending many people thing, but I got tired of people who only contacted me when they wanted something. They weren't actually interested in me, getting to know me, or chatting to me. In the end I defriended more and more until I got down to two people who I am lucky and proud to class as proper friends. So although I may add more friends in future, I won't go down the route of collecting dozens and dozens again. It's my loss in terms of my story rankings, but it is my gain in terms of quality time spent with wonderful people.

Ramble over.

Topic Humor Month Competition Support Thread
Posted 05 Apr 2013 07:22



Something I've asked other authors before who say they don't get many reads/votes, do you read and comment on stories here? Have you read and commented on any of the comp entries? Support other authors on Lush, and they will be more than willing to support you. It's a great way to get additional reads if you don't want to collect a bunch of friends. You're also supporting other authors, and as an author you know how much you appreciate it. Take the first step!


Good luck everyone. I've read some really funny entries.

Funnily enough I received your comment on my story, and in turn read, enjoyed and commented on yours before I read your post above. So yes it does work. Certainly in the competition environment at least (I'm not so sure it does the rest of the time).

Topic Humor Month Competition Support Thread
Posted 05 Apr 2013 06:00

As a first timer with only two lush friends I tend not to get many people give scores on my stories. So I suspect I may struggle (based on past experience) to reach the 10 vote threshold even though I do tend to have a high average. So if anyone would be kind enough to read and vote on my story (Fairy Fairy Quite Contrary - link below) I would very much appreciate it. It would be a shame to miss out on that potato simply because I don't have enough friends to vote me into the reckoning.

I should also say that I have received some lovely comments from fellow competitors and I am warmed and encouraged by the camaraderie they have shown.

Topic How Many Famous Stories?
Posted 04 Apr 2013 15:27

I write because I enjoy writing. But I also love it when I know people have appreciated my work.

I guess I could be more tactical or cynical (depending on how you view it) and friend loads of people to increase the number of readers and votes. I think some of my stories have been pretty darn good and it is a little irksome to read some poorly written stories with high numbers of views/votes. But I made a decision a while back to only have people as friends who I actually talk to.

But as with everything in life I think you need people close to you who will be honest with you. People you trust to give an honest opinion and not flatter you. Theirs are the only opinions that really matter. I'm lucky to have two such people on here.

Topic Conversations not displaying
Posted 26 Mar 2013 12:53

No I didn't. I saw "Please try now" and responded to that. I have since read the thread, and will be patient.

Topic Chat and other features not working properly
Posted 26 Mar 2013 07:15

Thanks. It's frustrating, but it's way better to be well informed and frustrated than in the dark and frustrated.

Topic Conversations not displaying
Posted 26 Mar 2013 07:09

Still not working

Topic Conversations not displaying
Posted 25 Mar 2013 12:30

When I go to my online message history I am no longer able to view conversations.

Can this be fixed?

Topic Marmite: YES or NO?
Posted 18 Mar 2013 04:22

This gives me pleasure in two ways:

1, Vegemite is shite and now millions of kids will agree
2, A member of One Direction had an unpleasant experience

http://www.youtube.com/embed/N7FLOBGm8cg?rel=0

I thought these guys were complete fucktards, but at least one of them knows what to do with vegeshiteboxing evil5 evil4

Topic Marmite: YES or NO?
Posted 16 Mar 2013 15:59

I adore marmite. On buttered toast or crumpets, or cream crackers or or ........
I just love the stuff.

But I can't stand twiglets. They taste like over-cooked or burnt marmite.
Nor do I like the marmite flapjacks and marmite chocolate that I've been bought in the past. Some things are best left in their pure form.

Vegemite is a poor subsitute

Topic Satan and witchcraft
Posted 07 Mar 2013 13:58

I love Satin.

Lolz

Personally I love Santa. It's hard being an evil dyslexic

Topic Terrorists or Freedom Fighters?
Posted 11 Feb 2013 06:15

This is what Mandela said at his 1964 trial about his organisation's adoption of violence as a tactic:

"Four forms of violence were possible. There is sabotage, there is guerrilla warfare, there is terrorism, and there is open revolution. We chose to adopt the first method and to exhaust it before taking any other decision.

In the light of our political background the choice was a logical one. Sabotage did not involve loss of life, and it offered the best hope for future race relations. Bitterness would be kept to a minimum and, if the policy bore fruit, democratic government could become a reality. This is what we felt at the time, and this is what we said in our Manifesto (Exhibit AD):

'We of Umkhonto we Sizwe have always sought to achieve liberation without bloodshed and civil clash. We hope, even at this late hour, that our first actions will awaken everyone to a realization of the disastrous situation to which the Nationalist policy is leading. We hope that we will bring the Government and its supporters to their senses before it is too late, so that both the Government and its policies can be changed before matters reach the desperate state of civil war.' "

Terrorism as can be seen from this is a tactic, and those who use it are terrorists. Governments can be terrorists. It is not the cause that determines whether you are a terrorist but how you try to achieve your aims.

Topic The random thread
Posted 23 Jan 2013 17:05

Harr,Cynaide and Happiness evil4

http://upload.lushstories.com/805-Onomatopoeia.jpg

Lol lol lol :)

Topic System Performance Issue
Posted 18 Jan 2013 11:20

Lush was down for a long time today. On the one hand it's churlish to moan about a free site going down. On the other hand if a site becomes too unreliable then people go elsewhere. I hope the problem is fixed cos this is a great place.

Topic you favorite song of all time that never gets old how ever many time you listen to it
Posted 03 Jan 2013 13:07

Yes by McAlmont and Butler

Topic Awesome murals / graffiti
Posted 22 Dec 2012 13:31

A few I took in London

http://upload.lushstories.com/934-chimp.jpg


http://upload.lushstories.com/526-beatles.jpg


http://upload.lushstories.com/497-queen1.jpg


http://upload.lushstories.com/355-queen2.jpg