Forum posts made by buz

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 23 May 2017 15:57

I broke my wrist once, in a netball related accident rather than a baseball one. The bone broke through the skin and I saw it. It was gross. I still do get pain sometimes in my right wrist, but that's okay, because I use my left hand for.............other..............stuff. Embarassed

I've broken both forearm bones in the same arm but at different times. Not fun. I was just a kid, well second time I was a teenager.

I'll have ice cold beer.

Topic What is your favorite Diner chain? (in the USA & Canada)
Posted 23 May 2017 07:11

The truly good diners aren't chains either.

Yep, you can't beat a well run, locally owned diner. Unfortunately, they are dying out, as so many small businesses are.

If it's local, the owner(s) usually works there running it. A lot are family owned and operated and those usually excellent.

One thing on some of the chains, though, is that they are franchised with the owner running them. That usually helps. However, some of the franchises are held by someone who owns dozens of them, maybe other franchised restaurants as well.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 22 May 2017 20:29

The Braves did take 2 of 3 from the first place Nationals over the weekend. But I just don't see them getting into the play-offs with their pitching staff, plus the Braves best player, Freddie Freeman got hit by a pitch that broke his wrist. Out for at least 8 weeks. You never know though, it's baseball.

I am so far behind on reading stories. It will take a while to get anywhere close to being caught up. My personal reading queue is the longest its ever been right now. I keep having to bring work home with me, so all I can say is UGH!

I guess I need an energy drink but then I wouldn't be able to sleep later. So give me a nice relaxing ice cold beer.

Topic The Lush Liar Liar Quiz - The answers are up and it's tiebreak time!
Posted 22 May 2017 15:14

I protest Bethany. I think she needs a full body pat down to make sure she is not hiding anything. I'll do the patting.

1. You probably did go to an all-girls school and in reality, you were panty raid champion of your dormitory. Trampoline, huh? I had sex on a trampoline once. It bounced me up and I banged my balls. No more fucking on trampolines for me!

So I'll say the answer is NO.

2. Trainwreck in Vietnam? I'll say the answer is also NO. But I do believe you got your patootie snookered in Japan.


Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 22 May 2017 12:22

Good afternoon one and all. A beer, barkeep. One of those Shiner's if you still got 'em.

Did you say Shriners? I almost ran over one today as he was collecting money at an interstate exit ramp. You know they claim to be connected to the Knights Templar. I'm thinking about apprehending a few Shriners and forcing them to tell me where all that supposed treasure from the Middle Ages is stored. I could deal with having some treasure.

I'll have a straight up Jack Daniels.

Topic The Lush Liar Liar Quiz - The answers are up and it's tiebreak time!
Posted 22 May 2017 12:17

Since I didn't win, I protest!!! Intuition tells me collusion is at work here. Hmmmm... I call for a thorough investigation. Interpol should be alerted! Daniel Craig should be notified. Benny Hill should be brought back from the dead. Someone really must look into this! I am calling President Trump and the UK's Prince Harry...

Topic The Lush Liar Liar Quiz - The answers are up and it's tiebreak time!
Posted 20 May 2017 12:06

If I had not just gone for Buz's four hour erection, I'd be tied too. Given a choice, I'll go for the four hour hard on every time, though. Good luck to the five members tied for the lead. Best wishes to all who have erections.

I am, however, disgruntled, since all five members who are tied, including Buz, had a question of their own to answer, and I didn't. Just something else for me to complain about on a day when I have a lot to complain about already. Try to imagine my heartbreak and desolation when I read the scores. On the other hand, I'd probably have missed the question about myself anyway, and I've only shaken hands with one president, and one ex-president, although the number has gone up to two ex-presidents now.

I should have known I was wrong, because a four hour erection isn't even something Buz would have mentioned. d'oh!

I had just discovered the grave of King Kamehameha I's grave when I noticed a red headed woman who I thought was Kee. I tried to catch her and ask, but she went away too quickly. When I went back, I couldn't find it. I'm looking for Genghis Kahn now. I was going to say 'good for you, Katie Elizabeth,' but I got that one wrong too. My sister won a prize for her cheese ball and didn't give me anything. She did give me a bit of cheese ball. Good quiz. Big Hugs to all who participated and those who's truths we learned.

Right now I've had an erection going on for three hours, if it stays up I'll be going to the emergency room and collect my t-shirt "I Had A 4-Hour Erection!' with smiley face.

I left my question blank so it should've counted against me. I'm pretty sure Kee only wears red wigs on Kinky Tuesday Nights. Ghengis Khan's pecker was very active. One in every two-hundred men bears his genetic marker. I read that. I'm not sure what that genetic marker looks like. Does it resemble a tattoo?

Topic What is your favorite Diner chain? (in the USA & Canada)
Posted 20 May 2017 11:45

It's a trick question.

It must be. You're on to something, Jack, as some people don't quite grasp what a diner is.

For the diner challenged: A diner is a step above a fast food restaurant but a step down from fine dining establishments. You might have a server named, Flo, who is chewing gum and asks if you want some pecan pie for dessert. A diner will have a counter with stools, booths, and possibly some tables. The food is not served wrapped in paper and a server will come and take your order and refill your coffee or tea. And usually, you can see the cook at the grill. And it is very rare that you can find a diner that has a drive-thru window service. It's a sit down and eat place.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 20 May 2017 06:48

It's Saturday a.m. and I'm having coffee. Unfortunately, this Saturday is going to have to be a work day.

Topic Presidential offspring - out of bounds or fair game..?
Posted 19 May 2017 16:36

I don't think it would be appropriate to hunt presidential offspring.

Topic share a story that made you come
Posted 19 May 2017 16:28

Certainly, stories by Dancing_Doll and Sprite rank atop my list. And you, too, BrownCoffee . I'd say there is a strong 'come' factor to those stories, in that I find them very arousing and have to take it out on my wife.

There are also a couple of past writers I loved that no longer have stories here. That makes me sad.

There is a long list of others whose stories I have really loved and thought are super hot.

Hey, I suggest you try my story, 'Wife Writing: Dripping Wet'.

Topic The Lush Liar Liar Quiz - The answers are up and it's tiebreak time!
Posted 19 May 2017 14:29

I wanted us all to mud wrestle for the tie-breaker.

The answer is to all three is false.

Topic Ben-wa balls
Posted 18 May 2017 20:26

I think there should be women's ben-wa balls high hurdles at the Olympics. They have to keep the ben-wa balls inside while sprinting and hurdling. Don't y'all think that is an Olympic worthy challenge?

Topic Would you date a garbage man?
Posted 18 May 2017 20:08

A good person is a good person no matter their occupation. And any job that pays the bills is respectable. Any person who works hard and does quality and hard work on their job is deserving of respect.

I have worked shoveling shit out of chicken houses, picked up bales of hay, cleaned out barns and stables, cleaned tables and washed dishes in a restaurant, mowed lawns, portered at a hotel and cleaned toilets and the public restrooms, bagged groceries and stocked shelves and again cleaned the public toilets, driven all over the place selling recycling and reclamation equipment, been a manager trainee at a rental car company, sold office equipment, all that before I started working in the corporate world.

I wouldn't doubt that many people working in trash collection are better and more decent individuals than many of the corporate execs I now deal with.

Topic Gutted, RIP Chris Cornell
Posted 18 May 2017 16:43

Damn! The guy had a great career. And now, 52 isn't really old. That sucks.

Topic Your favorite position for receiving oral sex?
Posted 18 May 2017 16:40

Sitting in my recliner. f-hihi

Topic Guys would you pay an escort over $250 - $300 to date?
Posted 18 May 2017 16:35

I have no idea how much those crack ho street walkers I see in Atlanta charge. But I've noticed when they strut down the street, a police cruiser usually pulls up to them with the blue lights on. Maybe they're setting up a date.

I've heard that upscale call girls here charge about $1000 and way up.

According to the TV news and newspaper, Atlanta is one of the top illegal sex trade cities in the USA. Really, you don't see lots of street whores. According to the last TV news exposé I saw on Atlanta's sex industry, call girls make up the vast majority of prostitutes and evidently, there are a few thousand. That blew my mind.

I know we've got over 70 strip clubs but those are legal. The better clubs are loaded with very good looking girls. At least half of the clubs are pretty large and fairly upscale. They'll have over 100 dancers per shift. So do the math, that's a lot of strippers.

So to answer the question. No, I would not pay for an escort no matter the cost.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 17 May 2017 19:26

I made a float in a large frosty glass mug.

Use an extra large glass mug that has been stored in the freezer. Slowly pour an entire 12 oz. Coca-Cola into it or a Dr. Pepper or a Root Beer. Then pour in about 3 shots of bourbon or rum... maybe 4 shots. Put 3 tablespoons of cherry syrup into it and stir. Then scoop as much vanilla ice cream into it as possible. You'll need a long spoon to eat the ice cream. Eat and drink it all down, nice and cold. Yummy! I haven't ever named it.

Y'all have a great evening!

Topic Free Speech
Posted 17 May 2017 19:03

There is nothing wrong for a public educational institution to ask for a speaker to provide the extra costs of their security if that speaker generates a higher risk level. I am sure that there are already security costs budgeted in at a certain level. But the schools shouldn't have to pay beyond what the usual costs are.

Topic Presidential offspring - out of bounds or fair game..?
Posted 17 May 2017 18:58

There are few things completely manufactured in the USA. Most Made In The USA labels are for products that final assembly took place in the USA. My hat is off in a salute to those few companies that do offer 100% Made in the USA products.

And seriously, if we forced 100% made in the USA products for most things, the prices would start getting out of reach for a huge chunk of the US population. We do live in a global economy and especially so for manufacturing.

Eventually, Chinese labor pay will increase. And when it approaches labor salaries of the USA and western Europe, some other nation will fill that cheap labor niche. There are already several that are competing for that niche. And labor conditions are often totally despicable. Yes, slave labor is a reality and that slave labor makes a lot of things we buy. And probably components in almost all of your devices and appliances.


As far as presidential offspring being fair game... I say leave minor school children alone. But adults, especially those that are working for dear old dad, the president or in other ways pushing his agenda, then they are definitely fair game. If they lead a public life they are fair game.


Topic Signet ring
Posted 16 May 2017 18:50

I don't have one but seeing someone else with one on wouldn't make me think anything really, except that they probably enjoy wearing it. That's fine with me.

Now if the initials don't match their name I might think they're undercover but not good at it.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 16 May 2017 18:10

I'm baaaack! I'd taken a little time off. Me and 5 other guys canoed down the Etowah River this past Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. We camped at night alongside the river. It's something we do annually. At least this year our camp wasn't raided by a hungry bear looking for snacks. That's happened before. We always hang the food high from a limb a good distance from camp.

I'd like to say how much Yeti Coolers came through. Our beer stayed cold the entire trip until we had no beer left, which happened Sunday mid-morning. We did have enough beer for breakfast. Scrambled eggs, bacon, loaf bread, and beer makes a mighty fine breakfast when you're in the wilderness.

But tonight, it's Jack Daniels and Coke on the rocks. Join me in a drink.

Topic Awesome Award 5/13/17: NaughtyAnnie
Posted 15 May 2017 17:41

Congratulations to NaughtyAnnie for receiving The Awesome Award and for being Awesome!

Y'all should check out Annie's very entertaining stories. Hot! Very Hot!

Thanks for being your awesome self, NaughtAnnie!

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Topic Potus45 - Will he be impeached?
Posted 15 May 2017 17:37

Any thoughts about how 'Republican' as a name represents the GOP. I think it's similarly ironic.

The Republicans aren't very much like the part of Abraham Lincoln anymore, nor like the party of Theodore Roosevelt, and not like Eisenhower's Republicans. They're even changing from the Reagan Republicans. This new Republican party is becoming the Goober Party. Yes, Goobers! They've lost all history. Their ties to the modern Tea Party is nothing but rightwing extremism trying to rejuvenate mindless blind nationalism. Some of their leaders want to adhere to a judgemental oldstyle Puritanism religious beliefs and force that ideology on everyone else. Their economic ideas are scattered and mostly benefit the super corporations. Of course, the Obama administration was guilty of much the same. However, the new GOP's allegiance to the big health insurance and pharmaceutical corporations is one major difference. They've buffaloed much of the middle class into thinking their economic ideas will benefit them. The middle class is in for a rude awakening.

The original Republican party was the party that believed in a strong federal government and was racially progressive with a hard anti-slavery stance, but adhered to somewhat conservative economic beliefs. At the time the Republicans were founded (after the collapse of the Whig part) their rivals, the Democrats were very pro-slavery, for only limited federal government, pro individual states power, but more liberal with economic beliefs.

Of course, that was a little over 150 years ago. The new Republicans have taken up a more pro-states rights mantra, and are mostly opposed to providing civil rights protections for LGBT people. So proving to be very closed minded.

So 'Republican' may be an outdated term with them. Maybe they should be called The Whigs again.

Topic Potus45 - Will he be impeached?
Posted 15 May 2017 17:19

Spilling the beans about classified information to the Russians may just get old Trump impeached.

Topic rules of blood and gore
Posted 15 May 2017 17:17

As for as violence, blood, and gore. The blood and gore isn't going to be approved. The violence must be somewhat tame or generalized.

It's like this: Quentin Tarantino style violence, blood, and gore is a no no. But old John Wayne black and white movie style violence is probably going to be okay. As long as the violence, death, etc. is not part of the sex, and it should be important to the story line, not just thrown in there for shock and awe.

Remember this is Lushstories... love and sex. And love and sex makes for some great literature.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 11 May 2017 05:44

The Top 3 in the Passion poem comp have been awarded their Dirty Martini badges. Y'all might check those out on the pages of Avrgblkgrl, Liz, and Sprite. No doubt that Sprite is the Lush Badge Champion at this time. There were a lot of great poems and the competition was fierce. Congrats the the Top 3 winners and the Honorable Mentions. I'm sure Alan would've loved it.

I'll have black coffee on the strong side.


Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 10 May 2017 16:56

The Braves have a terrible pitching staff. It's like tossing batting practice for the other teams. Each home stand less and less fans are showing up, and that with the organization having just built a new very expensive stadium, subsidized with tax money. That's a shame. The Ted was a fabulous baseball stadium and would've been only 20 years old had they played in it this season. What a waste!

When Ted Turner sold the team, the Braves franchise was one of the wealthiest in all of baseball and had just set the record for most consecutive division championships on major league baseball. This current group is a far cry from the one Ted Turner had built up. Such a shame.

I need some refreshment. I'm thinking ice cold Dos Equis with tequila shooters.

hope y'all have a great evening.

Topic Larget Group For Sex You Have Been With
Posted 09 May 2017 17:02

They were all over 6'5".

Topic Which side do you hang?
Posted 09 May 2017 13:09

It hangs left or right depending upon the political environment. L16

In bluejeans it hangs left. In suit trousers it hangs right. f-hihi