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Guest
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:25:59 PM

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Go into the chatrooms, check it out, very, very, very limited amount of women there. I don't care about cybering with the amazing writers that have been responding in this room, again i wouldn't cyber with them anyway
crazydiamond
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:30:49 PM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
Go into the chatrooms, check it out, very, very, very limited amount of women there. I don't care about cybering with the amazing writers that have been responding in this room, again i wouldn't cyber with them anyway


I am pretty sure they would feel the same.

And you may have just abolished any other gal from wanting to chat to you too. d'oh!

Guest
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:31:15 PM

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LadyX, I agree..... but in all honesty, I feel this is what they call a self fulfilling prophecy; only spoken as an observation of current situations. I also think that it also falls on instant gratification as opposed to actually having to talk to anyone and build an interest in potential cyber activity. It is similar to walking into a store and when several sales staff don't instantly appear, the person yells "This place SUCKS! It has NO service at all! You lazy fuckers are not even real sales people and simply want to pull a paycheck, while claiming to be actual sales people!" Well, then, of course, that person gets NO service. They then think that is proof that their claims were accurate.... but, nope, they were not.

But no worries, he admitted he LOVES the stories! I guess even though they are written by people who are not "real" writers. Hey, I can appreciate that!!! Seriously, look how many admire and enjoy boob jobs! ;)
Shylass
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:33:12 PM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
Go into the chatrooms, check it out, very, very, very limited amount of women there. I don't care about cybering with the amazing writers that have been responding in this room, again i wouldn't cyber with them anyway


Out of interest, why don't you start a chatroom of your own, with a specific description and possible takers, rather than hanging out here with people you don't want to cyber with? confused5

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Guest
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:33:44 PM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
Go into the chatrooms, check it out, very, very, very limited amount of women there. I don't care about cybering with the amazing writers that have been responding in this room, again i wouldn't cyber with them anyway

As I posted earlier, a small MINORITY of people (male or female) use the chat rooms. Most members read the forums, the stories, and chat with others they have made "friends" with by seeing them in the forums, read their stories, or just profile surfed. If you are judging the site by chat room activity...... you are looking in the wrong places. Sorry.
scooter
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:45:44 PM

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I've seen some pretty amazing writing just reading this thread.
The humor has been better than most bars and for the most part, well natured.

Dude, your belittling the same folks that originally were trying to help you.

You come and go like the wind. I've read your reason why, but that's the same excuse I used back in school and on my mom many times.
It's the same as real life here young man. If you pop in and out of peoples lives, of course they will stop trusting you.
You don't even know what you want, therefore you come and you go.
Friendship is built on trust. And all that takes time my friend.
Kimasa
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:01:21 PM

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I think all right thinking people in this country are sick and tired of being told that ordinary, decent people are fed up in this country with being sick and tired.

Well, I meet a lot of people and I'm convinced that the vast majority of wrong thinking people are right.

My latest story:

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/reluctance/the-school-reunion.aspx
_Crystal_
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:05:24 PM

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nicola wrote:
This post is the online equivalent of Candid Camera. I keep expecting to turn around and a guy comes in and tells me it's a prank...

LOL, that made me laugh <3

~Crystal; PM Me.?
Guest
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:06:26 PM

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I don't build deep relationships with the friends I make on here. The women I become friends with simply want cyber and I simply want cyber, going in and out has nothing to do with it. I have created my own contract, as have other members and it doesn't work. It isn't an "if you build it they will come" situation. This room has nothing to do with future cybering for me. I highly doubt all the women on this site are gonna read it, and the women I'm looking into aren't gonna care. Which is exactly why I don't care at all what you "writers" think of me at all. You felt an attack instead of looking at the culture of this site, which is what I was questioning.
LadyX
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:18:18 PM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
I highly doubt all the women on this site are gonna read it, and the women I'm looking into aren't gonna care. Which is exactly why I don't care at all what you "writers" think of me at all.


You asked what we thought, but didn't actually care?

crybaby

Men are so confusing!
crazydiamond
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:30:36 PM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
You felt an attack instead of looking at the culture of this site, which is what I was questioning.


I disagree. You spoke of so many feeling the same as you ? Where are they , why are they not backing you up?

The only people answering are the only people who give two shits about the site for what it is. Jog on Hugecock69.

You are just having your very own bitch strop , because you didn't get the support or answers you wanted. You got actual views and opinions from members of lush on your cause and they didnt match yours. Ohhh boo. Take it (take it like a like a Hugecock)- it's the nature of a forum.

Kimasa
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:47:27 PM

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I have no official capacity to speak or write on behalf of this site but I have been here for a while and my observation is that it offers its members a comprehensive range of stories to read and forums to read and/or participate in, sex tips and relationship advice.

The site also offers various chat rooms and allows members to have private conversations via mail and opening chat windows, plus the freedom to indulge in a bit of cyber sex if that floats their boat.

So we have the freedom to take and share from the site what we want and inevitably some women and I’m sure plenty of men are not into cyber sex. So if the person you want to cyber with isn’t into it, find another who is.

My advice to you is to change your name if I received a chat or friends request from you it would shout out loud “Shit for brains”. That's not suggesting you are a shit for brains but that's my perception from your screen name.

As for “writers” there are a number of highly talented writers on this site and if you think it’s easy why not have a go yourself!


My latest story:

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/reluctance/the-school-reunion.aspx
Dani
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:50:23 PM

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I used to babysit on a regular basis as a teen for money, so I have some experience with this sort of behavior. If we ignore it and don't indulge it, it comes to a complete stop. Never reason with a child. It's akin to nailing jell-o to a wall. If no one ever posts on this thread again, what will he do...besides pop a midol and change his tampon?



Baby put your arms around me, tell me I'm a problem...

nicola
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 3:08:30 PM

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In summary, OP (probably still in his teens) has a crush on a female author, who's not interested in cybering with him (hence the resentment towards writers of erotica). Narrowing down with the clues provided, she's probably a gold member now (OP resents this also).

So many chips on his shoulder, he needs a hug Hugs

overmykneenow
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 3:21:16 PM

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Just to set the OP's mind at rest, 96.75% of people here have never submitted a story - luckily "writers" are very much a minority on this site, you can certainly avoid them with minimal effort.

Don't worry, they're aren't wasting their time in the forum either: only a mere 0.2% of users have made 500 posts.

Hopefully you won't run into any of them.

Good luck!

Warning: The opinions above are those of an anonymous individual on the internet. They are opinions, unless they're facts. They may be ill-informed, out of touch with reality or just plain stupid. They may contain traces of irony. If reading these opinions causes you to be become outraged or you start displaying the symptoms of outrage, stop reading them immediately. If symptoms persist, consult a psychiatrist.

Why not read some stories instead

NEW! Want a quick read for your coffee break? Why not try this... Flash Erotica: Scrubber
NymphWriter
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 3:22:41 PM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
I don't consider people who write stories on a sex site to be real writers.

Are you FUCKING kidding me?!? cussing

So then, you don't consider E.L. James a real writer? Because she sure has made some real fucking money off her 50 Shades Trilogy & she started off on sites like this one! FYI, there are a lot of us who are "real" writers who use sties like LUSH Stories to get feedback. I know I do. I appreciate the feedback I get from those who read my work, both the positive and the negative. It's how we improve.

As for the "cybering" and other aspects, it's the social networking aspect of this site that I like and why I'm still a member. I don't judge if someone doesn't wish to cyber or even want to chat. That is their choice. I came here primarily to post my stories. I stayed for the amazing people I've chatted with and the awesome stories I've read. Sure some of us are on more than one site, but we're trying to get our stories out there, and this is a safe place for that.

So, to echo the sentiment of others in this threat... what do you consider a "real writer"? Because I sure as fuck think the folks who post here are
REAL FUCKING WRITERS!!!

NymphWriter
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 3:49:44 PM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
I don't consider professional writers of erotica writers either. Call it a site to write but it's writing porn so it's a sex site. I get the site needs money to run, but many gold members seem to think they are better or above other members of the site, they still belong to a sex site, that doesn't make you an amazing person.


Oh how I wish I had read this sooner.

Really? People who have successfully written erotica aren't professional writers. Hmmm.. now let me try to understand this. If I write a story, with NO SEX and get paid for it, I'm a real writer. But, if I write a story with a lot of sex (or even a fair amount) of sex and get paid for it I'm not?

Sites like Lush Stores are a place for amateurs like myself come to develop their skills. At least, that's my reason for being here in part. Now, to be fair, not everyone who posts here wants to be the next Anne Rice, E.L. James, Stephen King, Mark Twain, Alice Walker, James Joyce, or Toni Morrison. Some write for the sheer joy of writing. Lush Stories is a place to share stories that have sex scenes and sex acts between characters. Some authors are better than others.

Now, I'm not currently a Gold Member for reasons I won't discuss here, but I appreciate the fact this is a free site for those of us who like this option even if it means I must deal with the advertisements on here. I don't feel a "Gold Member" is better than me. I see it as their choice. Good for them! If they are also writers, even better.

I think you might want to re-think your attitude. Yes your entitled to your opinion, but you must also be willing to have people disagree with you, especially if your going to post them here in the forum.

TheDevilsWeakness
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 4:00:58 PM

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Wow... Just wow.

I posted earlier and gave the benefit of the doubt to the OP. Now I feel like a moron. And I really hate being made to feel like an asshat.

Dude... you made your bed, now lie in it. You are on your own now.

Guest
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 5:11:54 PM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
Has anyone else noticed a change in the Lush culture? have been a member multiple times over the last few years and I see a serious change. This site used to be what it was, a sex site. Say what you like but what I enjoy most about this site is the chatting and cybering. The site seems to have taken on a new identity where people seem to have moved away from that. There are not as many women interested in that sort of thing and it now appears that half of the people who are members of this site are more interested in being "writers" than anything else. Yes I put that in quotations because as much as I enjoy the stories on this site I don't consider people who write stories on a sex site to be real writers. Has anyone else noticed this culture change and not been happy about it?









By the way, all the writers here are amazing<3



SallyRAnne
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 5:29:00 PM

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Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 5:57:48 PM

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NymphWriter wrote:

Are you FUCKING kidding me?!? cussing

So then, you don't consider E.L. James a real writer? Because she sure has made some real fucking money off her 50 Shades Trilogy & she started off on sites like this one! FYI, there are a lot of us who are "real" writers who use sties like LUSH Stories to get feedback. I know I do. I appreciate the feedback I get from those who read my work, both the positive and the negative. It's how we improve.

As for the "cybering" and other aspects, it's the social networking aspect of this site that I like and why I'm still a member. I don't judge if someone doesn't wish to cyber or even want to chat. That is their choice. I came here primarily to post my stories. I stayed for the amazing people I've chatted with and the awesome stories I've read. Sure some of us are on more than one site, but we're trying to get our stories out there, and this is a safe place for that.

So, to echo the sentiment of others in this threat... what do you consider a "real writer"? Because I sure as fuck think the folks who post here are
REAL FUCKING WRITERS!!!


Well I hate to dispute this but no I wouldn't consider her a real writer nor Stephenie Meyer. If your book has to ruin an entire generations perception of a horror staple like vampires or starts as a fanfiction of a mediocre book that ruined an entire generations perception of a horror staple like vampires, you should contribute for the greater good and just delete it.
I've watched several parody videos of the twilight books-movies and the basic plot is boring ugly girl falls in love with freak. finds out he's a sparkling vampire that doesn't feed. Turns out his entire family is supermodels who have a war going on just because the book has nothing else remotely interesting... Stuff happens, and she cheats on him with the puppy boy (because furry tails and wet dog smell are sexy) while hallucinating about the vampire and ends up jumping off a cliff. More boring stuff happens she gets married to the first freak and they have a weird eyed baby and there's a secret society of supermodel sparkly vampires that kill supermodel sparkly vampires just.. because.

By itself that's not that bad as far as explotive teeniebopper stories that prey on kids, but the movies commit the cardinal sin of vampire movies: no blood and really why can't sparkly runway vampires that don't feed on humans reveal themselves to humans if they pose no threat. Sense made in entire series: none. Do raindrops give him lush eyelashes? Will a solar flare add "lift" to his hair? Will Kristen stewart ever be capable of expressing an emotion other than apathy? None of our burning questions are ever answered. That said I've never read either or seen the movies as I'd rather watch paint dry, melt, then dry again.

Do I consider her a real writer for taking that and turning it into famous "mommy porn"?
No, if she rewrote the entire series as it should have been i.e. not stupid, then id change that stern no to a skeptical maybe. I had to shake a strangers had two days ago when I went to barnes and noble and ended up getting farenheit451, his girlfriend said ooh look 50 shades of gray, everyones talking about this! He picked it up flicked open the book after commenting he'd never heard of it then said and I quote "what the fuck is this shit" I literally walked over and thanked him. Erotic authors can be and are real writers, just not those two specific ones. Recording cats fighting and winning a Grammy doesn't make you a real musician. Read it


Okay I have to add this in from edit. Nightfox can you please send me the URL of that stephen Colbert gif. I must have it.
SydneySider
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 6:22:04 PM

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Shylass wrote:


Out of interest, why don't you start a chatroom of your own, with a specific description and possible takers, rather than hanging out here with people you don't want to cyber with? confused5


I absolutely agree with this. What a fantastic idea Shylass. Maybe the women on this site are tired of being hit upon with whispers from trolls like yourself. Open your own room, is very simple, give it a theme that all you want is cyber so that will filter out all the women who are in the rooms to just chat or enjoy pictures. Im sure you will have them lined up around the corner. The culture here has not changed, and if you think it has, then maybe you should have a look at yourself and wonder if its your actions towards them that has caused it. Oh, one other thing. Dont hide behind some lame ass excuse as to why YOU would not cyber with the writers here. The fact is, I doubt you could even hold their interest so you go for the ones that just sit there and say, Mmmmm, and, Oh yes...

nicola
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 7:01:29 PM

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Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 7:36:58 PM

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One thread & nearly 2000 views in under 16 hours, pretty good operation pulled off today, huh? evil4

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nicola
Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 7:51:56 PM

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No, really, I didn't make this character up! As much of a good storyteller I may be, this character is the genuine article.
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Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 8:58:11 PM

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This topic is toooo funny. Something different is always welcome. I knew it was going to stir lots of emotions.

Dancing Doll said “I don't consider guys with handles like 'Hugecock69' to ever be packing more than 4 or 5 'real' inches.” DD you’re wrong, I think this was discussed on another thread: One imperial Inch = 1 ¾ Internet Inch, thus giving (at least) the usual 9”.

My thoughts:

- HC69 your post has been dissected, scrutinized and painted with true colors by the “writers” who also must have some grey matter.

- If you were doing good (cybering and the such) why have you changed so many IDs? Because you noticed how it got progressively worse? Chatting however still goes on. I would hop on a kangaroo and go complain straight to the source.

- The site got a new identity? From LushCyber to LustStories? I'm not here that long I wouldn't know.

- Oops, I hope you have not chatted and cybered with SweetyPie27. He's a 47 great looking, hairy truck driver from Las Vegas USA. Yup he's packing a 10”… internet inches that is.

- C’mon man. Have you noticed the Erotic Stories Writing Forum? Morgan Hawke's writing tips and advice? The Writer's Resources? There are thousands of post. The Lush Publishing? with the latest from Shylass? It's sold at Amazon.com. Damn, I wish I was one of those “not real writers”

- You read stories right? If they can materialize “on paper” their thoughts, emotions and lusty imagination and make you live it THAN THEY ARE REAL WRITERS.

You descend into the wolf den and start to picking at the bones? Are you crazy?

Anyway I congratulate you as a “non real writer” to get 5 pages of post in a matter of hours.

… Hmmm I know, he's going to come out soon and say “Candid Camera” gotchaaaa


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Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 9:49:06 PM

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Fuck ... THAT was fun!!

(I am so glad all you members felt as I did and was able to articulate it all so very very well!! good job!)

A Milf series combined with Office Sex *fans face* .... The Secretary and The Student
starting with The Secretary and The Student - first part

Enjoy!!

For the Anal Lovers .... come enjoy my RR honoured An Alluring Ass

Another Sex in the Office Poem (I know you love those!!) In Your Office

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Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 1:18:20 AM

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Mazza wrote:


Like a BOSS

Guest
Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 5:20:46 AM

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Hugecock69 wrote:
I don't consider professional writers of erotica writers either. Call it a site to write but it's writing porn so it's a sex site. I get the site needs money to run, but many gold members seem to think they are better or above other members of the site, they still belong to a sex site, that doesn't make you an amazing person.


Tell me, what do you base that statement on? It's quite offensive.

Why exactly, are you still here?
clum
Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 5:21:01 AM

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For what it's worth, I don't really consider E.L. James to be a real writer...

By jingo, she's popular though.

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