Forum posts made by dancing_doll

Topic Happy Birthday to Dancing_Doll!!!!
Posted 04 Feb 2012 14:34

Hey Miss pretty Dancing_Doll - I'll be at Pravda Night club tonight!!! If you stop by, I'll buy you a few, and your sexy lil girlfriends too!

Hope you had fun last night! Haven't been there in a while. 952-67

Topic The Use of the Word "Baby"
Posted 04 Feb 2012 14:29

It may be a regional/country thing, too....and maybe a bit of age also. Now, that said...how does being called "Mz. Rachel" or "Miss Ashleigh" sound. I'm old as dirt...one of God's playmates, in fact...and I would likely use the Mz./Ms. or Miss when first addressing you. "Honey" will occasionally slip out, but only in a really friendly/playful situation and I kinda/sorta knew you. I guess "Babe/Baby" lost its appeal to me from all the fuel desk clerks using it...without really any friendly meaning in it....when I was a commercial truck driver.

So...bye BABY SPRITE...and if you happen to see them, give that BABY DOLL and MISS SUGAH CAT a big ole hug from me. (and we didn't even talk about "Sugar/Sugah")

Rick

I should clarify my original post... I am good with being called babe/baby by someone who is intimate with me (or is a friend). Strangers or casual acquaintances should just call me Ashleigh. No Ms. or Miss.... Just Ashleigh. Unless they need to get my attention, in which case, "excuse me, Miss. You dropped your scarf." is fine.

I'm thinking more of a boyfriend saying, "hey babe, how was your day" or "oh baby, I need to fuck that tight little pussy right now"... that kind of thing. I'm more used to those terms than a guy saying, "honey" or "sweetie". I've never been a fan of really cloying or sugary pet-names.

Context and intention has a lot to do with it. If it's an old person saying, "thanks, lovey" or "that's a beautiful necklace, dear", I think it's sweet. If it's some douchebag calling me 'babydoll' as I walk by on the street, it's lame.

My general feeling is... if you don't know the person very well, then just use their actual name.


Topic Have you ever reversed gender roles with you mate?
Posted 04 Feb 2012 10:43

Nope. Not my thing either.

Topic Erotic pen names
Posted 04 Feb 2012 10:40

I have gone through this too. Definitely avoid the porn-name route or anything that sounds too made-up or sex-fused. I'd just go with a masculine normal sounding name and base it more on the style of your erotica. If you're more into romance-erotica, maybe you'd lean to more of a seductive/soap-opera type name, and if you write edgier/hardcore stuff, maybe you'd be better to keep it clean/crisp and strong.

If you want to be taken seriously with writing, you need a serious name. Even if you look at porn these days, everyone chooses real/normal names. Think Manuel Ferrara and Evan Stone rather than Ben Dover or Seymore Butts.

You may also want to go back in your family tree for a name that you can pull that will give you more of an attachment to it, and make it more personal for you.

Topic The Use of the Word "Baby"
Posted 04 Feb 2012 08:29

I like babe or baby (I don't mind them at all).

I think hearing "honey", "dear" or "sweetie" would make me feel like I was 50 yrs old and should be wearing an apron and baking a bundt cake in the kitchen.

Maybe it's a generational thing (or a marriage thing).

Topic Your favorite uncommon sexy body parts?
Posted 03 Feb 2012 17:59

Cut pelvic muscles or 'sex lines'.

A strong jawline.

Topic moaning
Posted 03 Feb 2012 12:33

I'm a moaner/talker, but occasional semi-screamer. Depends on the activity level. I have been responsible for noise complaints at hotels a couple of times.

Topic shaved partners male or famale
Posted 03 Feb 2012 12:30

I think it's time to make shaving preference a clickable drop-down menu on our individual profiles. I think it's just as important as sexual orientation and relationship status, no?

As for my preferences with guys... once again - shaved or well-trimmed please.

Topic Dog vs Baby
Posted 03 Feb 2012 10:11

"I'm sorry ma'am and sir, I saw your infant gasping for air in the corner. But I had to get to my dog. Isn't my Bichon Frise so cute and fluffy?"

This question may be more legal than moral/ethical/philisophical. In many states (speaking U.S. here, don't know laws of other nations) a person is not obligated to stop and render aid. However, if you do stop you are required to give appropriate aid. If a person stopped, and chose to run into a burning building and left a human being in order to save a dog.. that person could very likely end up on the wrong side of the law. Not sure if it's considered malfeasance or nonfeasance? Could be arrested for manslaughter. Might not stick, but could happen. And even more likely to be sued in a civil suit. A quote I found... not verified as true.

The biggest thing to know here, though - and I can't stress this enough - is that if you do stop and do begin to render aid, you can't just stop. The theory here is Nonfeasance and Malfeasance. While you have no legal requirement to render aid to someone in distress, if you decide to attempt a rescue of a person, you are now on the hook to do everything reasonable to assist this person to the best of your ability. There are exceptions to this rule, but its dangerous to try and remember them. As a brightline rule, simply remember that if you decide to get involved, you're liable if you don't do everything a reasonable person would do to help the injured.



Luckily a dog's bark is so loud it can often drown out an infant's cry, so it would be easier to get to anyway. lol

In reality (and this is ingrained in most species ie. 'kinship'), we are inclined to help those that are part of our immediate family, so preference will always be given to those that we hold emotional or biological bonds to. If I choose not to have children, then I may see my dog as child-figure. Animal loss and grief can be just as intense as losing a human family member.

I wouldn't worry too much about legal issues. I would be very tunnel-visioned if I knew a loved one was in a burning building (whether they were human or of the fur-kind). I probably wouldn't even notice a random baby in the midst.

In the moment, nobody is analyzing who has the longer lifespan or who will contribute more to society... that's scientific analysis in a crisis situation. Most people will think with their heart.

Topic Young women (18, 19, etc) who who date older men?
Posted 03 Feb 2012 07:06

I think they do later in life. Age will catch up to everyone and when we're talking about people under 50, activity level, physical fitness level, energy and sexual compatibility are more likely to synch up enough to make a relationship work to some degree. That's to say nothing of the generational differences when it comes to how you see the world, or life experience.

The reality is that if you're significantly older and dating someone who is barely finished their teenage years, you're kind of a pervert. Sorry, I just don't see anything other than physical attraction and sex going on, no matter how much the guy wants to spin it that you are so 'mature' for your age at 19, and how you need a 'real man and not a boy'... This is just predatory word-candy.

Every girl feels more mature than she really is at 19. I thought I'd figured out life and knew it all! That special precocious arrogance of youth often leads certain girls to idealize an older guy because guys her own age are inexperienced and haven't figured out all the word-candy finessing to get and keep the attention of a younger girl.

Hook-ups and mini-relationships are fine if the younger girl is enjoying being with the older guy... but do these relationships last? Nah, not usually (unless you live in a small town with few dating options, no nightlife, or believe divorce is a sin no matter what). As you get older, energy levels change, interests switch and you may be hitting your sexual peak and psychological stride at 30yrs old while your man just wants to sit in his lazy-boy all weekend in his old-man's shirt and go to bed at 10pm. Either the younger girl compromises her youth and stays vaguely miserable or she jumps ship.

Topic Pornstar?
Posted 03 Feb 2012 06:53

It would probably depend on the cash and 'star' potential of the production house. Girls like Jenna Haze, Sasha Grey and Jenna Jamieson have made huge marks in the industry, but they are few and far between.

At this point in life, I probably would say no, unless it was an unusual script/project, well-respected director, or compelling reason.

Never say Never.

Topic What Person, Thing, or Place do you think of most and miss?
Posted 02 Feb 2012 21:43

I miss my Golden Retriever, who was far more to me than just 'a dog'. I miss his face in the morning, his head tucked onto one of my shoulders and his paw on the other, my running mate, my forever furbaby that got me through many dark times in life. His absence leaves a hole in my heart that will never truly be filled. There's no person, place or thing I will ever miss more than him.

Topic Have you ever had a fuck buddy? How did the relationship work out? Or did it?
Posted 02 Feb 2012 20:34

I have had a few of these 'situations' over the years.

It's complicated though.

I wouldn't do it with a friend I valued that I wanted to continue being friends with in the long-term because these situations can be pretty unstable in general. I've never fallen for a fuckbuddy because typically if I'm looking at them as a fuckbuddy there are relevant reasons why I'd never want him to be my boyfriend, so I'm able to separate the two. Honestly... they tend to be really hot, dumb guys that are great in bed, but that I have no mental connection with. It usually starts well, then the guy gets clingy or starts liking me too much, then there is the awkward reassessment of the situation or I just pull away and annoy/frustrate him, then he gets pissed off, and then it's over. If I can string things along for a couple of months of fun/wild sex, then it's great. In my experience it usually trainwrecks pretty fast though, unless circumstance forces it to maintain a slower speed (ie. he's in another city or you both have busy life/travel schedules). As well, if it's just a sex thing, the novelty usually wears off and it gets boring, so I think fuckbuddies are best kept as a short-term deal.

Topic Which country would handle better a Zombie invasion?
Posted 02 Feb 2012 15:03




I just loved the part when they came across a few eses from the barrio, they looked as dangerous gangbangers who had kidnapped the Korean boy, and turned out to be angels who took care of the elderly folk, amazing.


Viva la Raza! Lol.

That was a great scene, there are so many cool surprises on that show. I do hope they start ramping up the action though. They've been loitering on that farm long enough with just a few token zombie-moments thrown in.

I want more zombies, more blood, more suspense, and less chit-chat .


Jeez... maybe I should stop watching so much UFC. I don't even sound like a girl anymore. Embarassed

Topic have any of you seen this?
Posted 02 Feb 2012 14:55

Very Sexy





Every security guy at an airport dream panties




Exactly. I learned that out the hard way - while wearing a pair with metal hardware once.

Topic have any of you seen this?
Posted 02 Feb 2012 14:17

http://www.ever-so-sexy.com/g-strings-thongs/sensualle-sem-chance.html

http://www.stylehive.com/bookmark/pink-tanga-sem-chance-844649

Here you go! thumbup

Topic Dog vs Baby
Posted 02 Feb 2012 14:12

Which one do you save? The dog or the baby?"


Whichever is nearest the exit. You aren't going to bypass one stranded living thing in favour of the other. Human nature will be to save whichever you come across first. The one whose eyes meet yours first, begging and pleading for help.

In this way, you can chalk it up to whatever is meant to be, will be. Fate is great consolation during the "would have, could have, should have" phase.

If it was my dog, however, as LB said, I would be moving through the flames until I found him.

Topic Happy Birthday to Dancing_Doll!!!!
Posted 02 Feb 2012 13:31

Ash, your birthday is on Groundhog Day!!! Does that mean you'll be celebrating over and over and over again?????



Everyday feels like a celebration of Dancing_Doll! icon_biggrin

Which of course, is just as it should be... stirthepot

Topic To protect the one you love
Posted 02 Feb 2012 12:00



I said it!!! Come on, give me my props! A significant other would be a loved one.

Sorry, I got distracted by the "I'd have no problem taking her down if she was a threat to my kids" bit. evil4

Just kidding LM... I know you'd be a protective one to the entire core family. :)

Topic To protect the one you love
Posted 02 Feb 2012 11:48

lol... I love how nobody in this thread has mentioned taking a bullet for their significant other yet. geek

Protecting one's children/offspring is definitely an innate and biological trait in most people (well, other than the Casey Anthony types).

I'd do whatever was necessary to protect a loved one (could be a child, a dog, a parent, an S.O.)... anyone in my inner circle of mutual and reciprocal love and devotion. If the pain of losing them is something that would override my desire to live without them, then there's nothing I wouldn't do if I had the opportunity to save them.

Topic Girls, what is your favorite cock size?
Posted 02 Feb 2012 10:03



It's not magic at all really... All it takes is one look at this trixie, seriously.




Awww...you guuuuys... *cute giggles*. I love all this bonding over dick size. It's like the Lush version of old-fashioned romance. love7


http://upload.lushstories.com/891-love.jpg

Topic Happy Birthday to Dancing_Doll!!!!
Posted 02 Feb 2012 08:40

Thank you beautiful and talented Lushies for all the sweet words and wonderful wishes! XO

http://upload.lushstories.com/225-blowmeakiss.gif

Topic Ladies, Tributes hot or not??
Posted 01 Feb 2012 17:02

I really appreciate it when the guy can sign his name with his cum. Then I will always remember him

Mmm... that's my favourite kind of autograph.

Topic Girls, what is your favorite cock size?
Posted 01 Feb 2012 10:46




big or small ? Medium rare

Cute or manly ? Metrosexual cock is the best of both worlds.

Cut or uncut ? - Cut! (and if not, I hear you can order a Do-It-Yourself kit online).

Topic Which country would handle better a Zombie invasion?
Posted 01 Feb 2012 09:53



I can't say we're stockpiling our military resources

Trust me, I know important people on the 'inside'. North Korea and Iran ain't got nothing in Canada. It's all a big smokescreen. We know how to hide our weapons by playing up the guise of being innocent peacekeepers until the big moment when the first Zombie appears. Of course, the first line Canadian infantry will try to point the Zombies south towards our friendly neighbours where the eaten' is better and all the people taste like bacon. geek

Topic Announcing our $100 February "Attention Whore" Competition
Posted 01 Feb 2012 09:42

oh, and i just wanted to point out that Dancing Doll's birthday is this month - typical! LOL love7 occasion7

It just means that I have to lay around in my birthday suit a lot this month... in front of a webcam or mirror while using a camera-phone.

Also, for the month of February only, I will be giving away my sexiest panties at the end of the month to the Lushie that has commented the most on my stories...and don't forget - you can comment on stories as many times as you'd like - I suggest daily comments to keep your bases covered. thumbup

Topic Which country would handle better a Zombie invasion?
Posted 01 Feb 2012 09:35



Dancing Doll - it sounds like you're talking about Canada - eh? Low population densities, vast areas of wilderness, etc. lol

It's a well known fact that Canada will save the world one day. thumbup

While all the other countries have been whittling down their armies and military arsenal with meaningless wars, Canada has been stockpiling, training and saving up for the only one that really matters: the Zombie Invasion.

Yep, we're covered. :)

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 01 Feb 2012 09:26

http://www.youtube.com/embed/LwcnoYlqPaQ

Topic Which country would handle better a Zombie invasion?
Posted 01 Feb 2012 09:16

The countries that would survive would probably be ones with low population densities (ie. less population = less zombies), and vast areas of wilderness where you can camp out, subsist on the land (food/water/shelter), easily see the enemy coming and hide out until scientists from the smarter countries come up with a cure in the depths of their zombie-bunker.

Countries where civilians are already well-armed with guns may seem ideal, but mayhem and pandemics also make circumstances ripe for looting/shooting and lawlessness in densely populated cities. You end up worrying about your fellow man, not just the zombies (although metaphorically they are one and the same).

PS. love that show... can't wait for it to start up again.

Topic Happy Birthday to Dancing_Doll!!!!
Posted 01 Feb 2012 08:41

one of the first friends i made here, and one of the best
Not that i'm saying that you're better then the rest
that said, you're amazing and funny and smart
and sweeter then honey, and you've got a great heart
your stories are brilliant and no one can compare
i don't know what we'd do if you weren't here
so please understand that i say this with love
i hope for your birthday you get someone to shove
a huge cock up your ass and talk dirty to you
and buy you a new vibrator or two!

xoxo
kitty

ps - personally, i celebrate your existence every day! thank you for brightening up mine!


Miss Kitty, you are adorable ! Thank you for that! drunken

The day has been been happily spoiling me. So far ... I've gotten an elaborate and extensive new lingerie and sex costume wardrobe with a few new 'accessories' too! Lucky me, I'm feeling very Kinky Barbie in the funhouse of sex-play. Nudity is soooo overrated... as with birthday presents, it's always more fun to tear the wrappings off first. Oh and PS, I can almost guarantee there will be something in my ass later tonight. lol

Note: If I get enough profile views today, I might even post some dirty pictures tomorrow... *ahem*...