About SereneProdigy
Biography

Welcome to my domain!

Whatever brought you here, I hope that my profile will help you to know me a little better. Don't mind the mess and enjoy your visit...

I'm an heterosexual male aged 32, proud and sexy. I have a reflective personality and I'm often perceived as calm and reserved, and many think it contradicts my pleasant appearance. I'm also solitary by nature, and let sexual encounters happen rather than pursue them fiercely. Hence my profile name, SereneProdigy. I am a romantic at heart, both in my relationships and in my outlook on life. I like to observe, analyze and contemplate the world, committing my thoughts to passion. Don't let your first impressions fool you however, I've also been known to be quite eccentric and dissident.

I have an intense sexual drive, yet my fantasies and preferences are rather standard. I love passionate sensual sex, but also like to add kinky deviances here and there for a sensation of surprise and naughtiness. One of my fetish is cum, which I developed because I can spurt large amounts of it. I thoroughly enjoy the sight of a beautiful lady covered in cum.

I'm here primarily to share experiences and opinions on the forums, as I love to learn about new ways to pleasure my partners and how others enjoy their sexuality. I might also give a try to story writing if I find both time and inspiration. I don't mind making friends here, especially females, but I'm a selective person and won't be sharing much sexual desires with random strangers.

One thing I can't tolerate is dishonesty, which implies anything related to faking your gender, age or profile pictures. I'm a keen person and will see through it quite easily, so don't waste your time. Everything presented on my profile is 100% accurate, and I expect the same from you.

"And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music."

- Friedrich Nietzsche

Name:
SereneProdigy
Sex:
Male 
Age:
32
Orientation:
Straight
Location:
Lost And Astray
Interests:
Among others :
- Sex
- Fitness
- Nutrition
- Science
- Music
- Guitar
- Chess
- Cars
- Video Games
- Digital Editing
- Electronic Cigarettes
- My Two Black Cats
Favorite Books:
Anything factual or encyclopedic
Favorite Authors:
Among others :
- Friedrich Nietzsche
- Albert Camus
- Alexandre Dumas
- J.R.R. Tolkien
Favorite Movies:
Among others :
- The Big Lebowski
- No Country for Old Men
- Mary and Max
- Watchmen
- Unthinkable
- Traitor
- Seven
- The Usual Suspects
- L.A. Confidential
- Ronin
- American Psycho
- Get the Gringo
- Limitless
- The Hunter
- Citizen Kane
- Full Metal Jacket
- Midnight Cowboy
- Being Flynn
- That's What I Am
- 500 Days of Summer
- Youth in Revolt
- Life of Pi
Favorite Music:
Among others :
- Bad Religion
- Fugazi
- The Pixies
- Sebadoh
- Pink Floyd
- The Beatles
- Jimi Hendrix
- Led Zeppelin
- Deep Purple
- The Doors
- Cream
- King Crimson
- Jethro Tull
- Neil Young
- Creedence Clearwater Revival
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Topic: Sunblocks - which one?
Posted: 21 Jul 2014 15:06

Two common mistakes that a lot of people make when using sunscreens is that they don't use enough cream or don't reapply it often enough. This is especially important if you swim or sweat a lot. If you're spending a whole day at the beach, you should be using almost a complete bottle of cream throughout the day.

Personally I use Neutrogena UltraSheer year round on my face, but that's usually when I'm just doing random daily activities (ie. going to work, groceries, hanging out in town, etc.). The SPF 30 cream does the trick for me and I only need to apply it once in the morning, though I use a generous amount.

http://upload.lushstories.com/2068497171-004_Ultra_sheer_Sun_block_SPF_30_1.png

I use a stronger sunscreen and reapply it every 2-3 hours if necessary when I have to stay outside for a longer period of time, but even then I try not to stay exposed to the sun for too long as my skin is extremely sensitive to sun rays.

Also, a lot of sunscreen ingredients actually degrade and become useless when exposed to the sun for too long, hence why you need to reapply your cream at least once every 2-3 hours. One ingredient that doesn't degrade rapidly and can be effective for much longer is zinc oxide , though very few products use it nowadays. A product that uses zinc oxide and that I've heard about is Blue Lizard, available on Amazon. I never tried it (though I might in the future), but it's rated as one of the most effective sunscreen by many experts.

Check it out if you're interested: Blue Lizard

You also should be using a cream that's at least SPF 30, though using a very high SPF is often pointless since as I've said the product will become ineffective rather rapidly anyway. An SPF 30 already diminishes the effect of sun rays by a factor of 30 to 1. For example, staying out in the sun for 2 hours (120 minutes) with a SPF 30 will have the same effect as being exposed to the sun for 4 minutes without a sunscreen (120/30=4).

Topic: Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted: 20 Jul 2014 12:31

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Topic: Usage of 'their'
Posted: 20 Jul 2014 11:24

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


Thanks for that reply. Now I'm even more confused though. Is there any coherent rule to know which form to use? scratch

Topic: Google reverse image search... really effective?
Posted: 16 Jul 2014 15:29

Google reverse image search... really effective?

The norm on Lush to spot a fake profile seems to perform a reverse image search on Google.

Now here's a fun challenge for you: are these pictures real or fake?

http://upload.lushstories.com/1520811226-selfshot.jpg http://upload.lushstories.com/1568331251-selfshot2.jpg


Google didn't return any result, huh? Surely they must be authentic? Bullshit!

I simply performed some minor modifications on these so that Google couldn't detect the original pictures; I could easily create a fake profile with a complete gallery featuring the same hot guy/girl, and none of the pictures would return any result from Google.

I've been doing these random tests in the last few days and thought I'd share this knowledge with my fellow Lushies. Don't accept a profile as authentic just because Google didn't return any result; pretending to be someone else is extremely easy on the internutz.

And please, refrain from accusing me of 'stating the obvious'. There are actually people here who care about interacting with genuine persons (myself included), even if that's on a purely friendly level. I'm also quite concerned about young girls who could potentially send compromising pictures of themselves to individuals pretending to be someone else.

Topic: Usage of 'their'
Posted: 16 Jul 2014 14:00

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

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

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

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

Thanks again for the help. So my above examples would in fact be correct?

Topic: romantic vs. horny
Posted: 15 Jul 2014 20:30

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Topic: romantic vs. horny
Posted: 15 Jul 2014 20:15


It took me years of practice, but I'm finally getting better at expressing my romanticism with those Valentine's cards.


http://upload.lushstories.com/1900773123-Valentine.jpg

Topic: Usage of 'their'
Posted: 15 Jul 2014 18:38

Thanks to you both for the feedback. Aren't there exceptions though?


For example, if I say:

"When I'm having sex with women, most of them are often eager to put my penis in their mouth s ."

This sounds rather illogical to me. Not only women do not have many mouth s , but the plural form kinda projects that many mouth s are working on my penis at the same time when I'm only expressing a generality; there's only one mouth implied in each individual instance.


It kinda appears awkward when 'their' is used to express generalities:

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

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

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

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


I tried Googling different terms with the pronoun 'their' (their mouth(s), their house(s), etc.), and the singular form seems to be used in many cases. For example, "their house" returned 5 million results, while "their house s " returned only 2 million results.

It can't be all that wrong...

Thanks again for your insight.


PS: To people who know what my native language is, please avoid mentioning it in this thread; I try to keep this information confidential. Thanks.

Topic: Usage of 'their'
Posted: 15 Jul 2014 16:02

Greetings to all,

As some of you may know, English is not my first language and I sometimes struggle with some grammatical peculiarities.

I've been wondering about the proper usage of the possessive pronoun 'their', and if the following noun should use either the singular or plural form.

In my own language, if the 'subjects' each possess only one 'item', we would use the singular form. The plural form would imply that each 'subject' possesses more than one 'item'.


For example, we would say:

"The men removed their hat."

In my language, saying "The men removed their hat s ." would imply that each man had more than one hat (which would be rather illogical).


This is an obvious example, but the singular/plural form can be used for clarification in many other instances.

For example:

"The people were walking their dog s ." would imply that each person had more than one dog.


Is it the same way it is used in English? Or is the plural form always used?

Thanks for the feedback!

Topic: HAPPY BIRTHDAY NICOLA!
Posted: 14 Jul 2014 14:36

Happy Birthday Nicola! Have a fantastic one! occasion1

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