Forum posts made by dancing_doll

Topic Moderator of the Month for September
Posted 06 Oct 2015 04:45

Really well done! Congrats, Mags! 3601

Posted 28 Sep 2015 18:57


You win a comp *and* it's your birthday?? Shine bright and celebrate, Superstar!
Hope you have a fun one!

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 28 Sep 2015 11:42

Topic What did you have for breakfast?
Posted 28 Sep 2015 11:25

Lies! I heard it was a six-inch stack of pancakes, slathered in butter and maple syrup, with a side order of crispy, applewood smoked bacon. And a black coffee.

Aaaaand a doughnut.

Actually I'd rather have eaten a sexy redhead slathered in syrup for breakfast. Tongue through the donut hole, of course. And maybe a quick game of 'find the blueberries'. Still low cal. but plenty of sugar. :)

Topic Post your shoe porn here...
Posted 28 Sep 2015 11:16

Topic What did you have for breakfast?
Posted 28 Sep 2015 11:01

Steel cut oats and blueberries.

Topic Announcing the Winners of our "Historical Erotica" Competition
Posted 28 Sep 2015 09:39

Yay! Massive congrats to Ben for taking the well-deserved first place honors! I told youuuuu... drunken

Congrats to the other talented winners and top ten and everyone who entered the comp! It was a challenging genre and there were some great pieces of writing in this one!

Topic Advice for my story idea
Posted 27 Sep 2015 09:05

Thanks for the advice, everyone. I really appreciate the helpful feedback and suggestions. So based on the responses that my thread has elicited so far, I think I'll divide the story into the three chapters, with each being a fully developed story by itself. The first will pertain to the existing relationship between the husband and wife, as well as the obstacles that they've encountered in trying to have a child, while the third will detail the husband's motivation for deciding to allow the masseur to impregnate the child. In your opinion, will the tripartite division enable the readers to understand the decision making processes motivating the central protagonists? Again, thanks

I don't think you need to elaborate on their fertility struggles so much that it needs its own chapter and heavy storyline and detailing.

Just infuse it into the present-day story you're telling. You can weave in little snippets of the backstory where appropriate - to explain why she's distant at first, or why her mood is improving with the new scenery and living circumstances or how devoted the husband is to her happiness etc. The reader will be able to fill in the rest with their own imagination.

You can start in Singapore and in showing us who these characters are in a seemingly unrelated scene (shopping, unpacking, morning coffee, post-sex pillow talk etc), their whole struggle can be revealed in the way they behave, converse, and in how they relate to each other.

Topic Health, Fitness and Eco-Friendly Trends
Posted 26 Sep 2015 07:45

'For people who wear workout clothes all the time':

This parody vid made me laugh.

Topic Advice for my story idea
Posted 25 Sep 2015 14:25

As Mazza mentioned, I would definitely establish the dynamic of the couple before they go the masseur. Earlier in the story, you could use the move to Singapore to mention how there is hope that the wife will be able to immerse herself in a new culture and explore a new city and have something to focus on, thus hopefully taking her mind off their infertility issues and her longing to have a child of her own etc. You could even mention that they'd been trying IVF in Australia etc without success and the couple was hoping the move would be a fresh start for their marriage, away from the stresses of trying to conceive.

I think this would help the reader understand and empathize with the husband's decision later on during the sex scene.

Posted 22 Sep 2015 17:13

You'll always be Supergirl to me!

Happy Birthday, Rachel!

Wishing you the sun, the moon, the stars, and everything in between.
The darker the night sky, the brighter you shine.

Love you always,
Ashleigh xx

Topic Review: Icicles Collection (Glass Dildos)
Posted 22 Sep 2015 10:44

I have a very basic curved double-ended glass one - one with a smooth end and the other with gentle smooth graduated balls. I really wish I had gotten one with ridges and bumps. The sales person at the store I bought it from considered herself an expert in glass toys and insisted I need to 'build up' to the more interesting models and that the ridges and bumps would be 'too much for me'. *sigh*. I like the model I have for g-spot stimulation and hot/cold play mostly. Glass toys are so pretty.

Topic Review: Dr. Joel Kaplan Gyrating Massager
Posted 22 Sep 2015 10:39

Does lube help ease the 'oh no' sensations and the irritation on the seam?

I can see it being a fun one for BDSM or for one partner to use on another while restrained.

The price is great on this one.

Topic Review: Je Joue G-Kii
Posted 22 Sep 2015 10:33

These look really great! I like the intense curve on this model. I'll admit, I'm kind of crushing on the silver Njoy Pure Wand you posted as well!

Fantastic review, SP!

Posted 21 Sep 2015 11:11

Sneaking a belated cupcake in. I wished you a happy birthday on FB, but missed this thread!

Hope it was a fun one! :)

Posted 21 Sep 2015 07:18

Happy Birthday! :)

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 19 Sep 2015 18:47


Please do not clog this thread with endless bickering.

Make your suggestions and short argument (if necessary) and move on. Nicola, Gav and mods review suggestions and if there's merit, they may be implemented or discussed further.

If anyone wants to get into one of these topics in more depth (such as scoring, anonymous votes etc), feel free to create a fresh thread in 'Ask the Reader' or 'Ask the Author' and you can link it back to your post here as reference.

Thank you.

Topic Wine Ice Cream - Has anyone tried these?
Posted 17 Sep 2015 09:18

Ooooh - I haven't tried these. They look amazing though - especially the Cherry Merlot and Chocolate Cab!

I've tried champagne jelly before and wasn't a huge fan, but you can't go wrong with ice-cream. :)

Topic Okay Ladies... What really makes you cry?
Posted 09 Sep 2015 18:16

There is a depth and compassion to your soul that is unfathomable. You are truly the "real deal".Big Hugs Dancing DollBig Hugs

You're so sweet. Thank you! xx

Topic Today we reached 35,000 published stories and poems
Posted 09 Sep 2015 12:43

Wow - those are some crazy impressive numbers!

Congrats to all the talented writers who put in the effort, the hard-working story mods who have verified each and every one of them, and to Nicola for her original vision and tireless dedication to creating the best erotica site around! 3601

Topic Okay Ladies... What really makes you cry?
Posted 09 Sep 2015 10:47

Death and seeing people in genuine grief. Whether it's personal to me, fictionalized in a movie, funerals of people I barely know (or don't know), certain news stories. The tears flow. My worst break-up pales in comparison to losing a loved one, so even seeing others in that kind of pain instantly brings sympathy tears.

Posted 07 Sep 2015 12:31

Happy Birthday, Elizabeth! xx

Topic Bad Girl Barbie 😉
Posted 04 Sep 2015 13:17

All of these images just look like Ashleigh Doll's real life.

xx SF

So true!

Here's me coming to terms with my last bad break-up. And I didn't even break a nail! drunken

Topic Ideas for future competitions
Posted 04 Sep 2015 13:01

That's a shame. This was a very good entry.

I agree! I loved it!

Readers - you need to check out Varrick's story:

Topic Moderator of the Month for August, with $100 to spend at
Posted 01 Sep 2015 14:41

Excellent work on the queue! Big congrats, Jen! Hope you enjoy your prize! 3601

Topic Gav's Performance Review
Posted 28 Aug 2015 12:45

You da man! Thanks, Gav! :)

Topic How do you react when you see a guy with a bulge?
Posted 26 Aug 2015 11:14

Accidental bulges happen - not a big deal. If it's a stranger, I pretend I haven't noticed, in case he's easily embarrassed. If I know him (or he's hot), I might smile like the girl in the pic.

If it's a creepy guy leering and trying to get me to notice his bulge, it's a whole different (unattractive) thing.

Topic Cheating My Husband
Posted 26 Aug 2015 11:06

Use a condom.

Topic Fear the Walking Dead - the new spin-off
Posted 26 Aug 2015 10:48

I had been hoping they would touch on the origins of the virus ie. what started it, how did it become airborne so quickly (and globally). I read an interview with Robert Kirkman who said the show isn't about that (or concerned with it), however I thought one of the strongest episodes on TWD was the one with Dr. Jenner, the scientist, at the CDC explaining how the virus reanimates the basic core of the brain. I would love to see more of that.

It also might have been cool to see a glimpse into different pockets of characters (eg. EMT, hospital staff, government, news reporters etc). I think it would have been interesting to go beyond this core family and then have all the characters converge later on.

Re the main family. I agree with others, I'm not feeling the parental units at the moment, or the sulky teenage girl. Unlike everyone else however, I absolutely love the Nick character. He's by far and away the most interesting one on the show and Frank Dillane's acting is absolutely stellar. He approached the role of a junkie with considerable complexity and vulnerability and I was kind of blown away actually. I thought he stole every scene he was in and I started feeling like maybe he was the main protagonist and the parents were the backseat characters. I'm already invested in him. The others.. not so much (yet).

There were a few lapses in believability that were frustrating with the parents and maybe that's why I'm turned off them - ie. why would Travis hear about a massacre at a drug den (involving blood and viscera ) and then think the smartest thing to do was to go there... to the drug den. At night. And then, after seeing the mess himself, instead of calling the cops, he brings his wife there, who shrugs it off as "well, bad things happen all the time in places like this." What?? Come on, did you not see the viscera?? lol

Anyway, I get they were trying to move the plot along, but I'm hoping to see more genuine reactions in the next few episodes... sometime more along the lines of Frank Dillane's Nick character rather than this furrowed-brow, confused but weirdly calm, "what's going on here", styled take on everything. Especially in the final scene with the drug dealer... I'm kind of missing the shock and panic with those two. Maybe since it's LA, they're a little slower to startle.. dontknow

I do like the pacing though. I appreciate the slow-burn compared to TWD and I think the show has a lot of potential (as long as they don't kill Nick). I'm looking forward to the next episode.

ps. Anyone else think the first zombie, Gloria, was kinda hot? Embarassed

Topic Fear the Walking Dead - the new spin-off
Posted 25 Aug 2015 18:37

Fear the Walking Dead debuted on AMC last Sunday and became the No. 1-rated cable series launch of all time.

Did you watch, or do you plan to follow this spin-off show? What did you think? Casting/acting? Storyline? Do you like the style switch-up from The Walking Dead or do you think the spin-off will fail to maintain momentum? ]

AMC's ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Sets All-Time Cable Ratings Premiere Record. Nielsen estimates that the 90-minute debut of “Fear the Walking Dead” became the No. 1-rated cable series launch on record with 10.1 million viewers, including 6.3 million adults 18-49.

In total viewers, “Fear” surpasses TNT’s “Raising the Bar” (7.7 million in 2008) as top dog among cable premieres. The previous record in the 18-49 demo was AMC’s “Better Call Saul” (4.4 million) earlier this year. In fact, AMC now has three of the top five cable launches of all time, with “Walking Dead” ranking fifth.

In both 18-49 and total viewers, Sunday’s premiere out-rated all 22 episodes from the first two seasons of “The Walking Dead.”