About Dani


Cynical optimist. Uppity bitch. Rump shaker. Money maker. Enigma extraordinaire. Penguin enthusiast. Food evangelist. Lipstick extremist. Titty connoisseur. Motorboat champion. Easily distracted. Not easily impressed. Certified potty mouth. Unapologetically vulgar. Classy as fuck.

I'm here to read and have fun. You're more than welcome to be a part of that if you'd like. But please be aware that I'm unavailable for anything more than friendly chat. Camp out in my friend zone at your own risk...just make sure you're good at rationing your resources. Seriously...if you wanna be my friend just be my friend. But that 'friend with ulterior motives' bullshit is for the birds. If you say what you mean and mean what you say, then you're fine in my book (with exceptions, of course).

*Disclaimer: Whatever my current avatar may be is NOT me. It's NEVER me. Most likely it's some gorgeous girl with amazing hair, or Beyoncé in a pair of chaps and a sexy white bodysuit wrangling a conspicuous looking penguin. It may even be a pair of flashy panties. Whatever the case may be, the avatar most definitely is not me.*

Danielle Algo
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship with roymunson101
A little bit of this, and a whole lot of that.
Favorite Books:
Give me anything suspenseful and/or romantic and I doubt I'll put it down. Oh, and erotica of course *wink-wink*.
Favorite Authors:
Jane Austen, Mark Twain, Stephen King, and everything in between.
Favorite Movies:
Happy Feet, Finding Nemo & Disneynature: Oceans are my ALL TIME fave movies. I'm also really into time period movies (Pride & Prejudice, Amadeus, Gone With the Wind, etc.) I can attempt to type them all, but it'd be a rather fruitless endeavor.
Favorite Music:
Everything from classical to hip-hop....except metal, I hate it.


Date Joined:
25 Dec 2010
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Topic: Awesome Member Award. New. Please Read.
Posted: 21 Feb 2017 19:24


As in, yo, you're the fucking tits, man.

Chicks dig the long ball, but every one digs tits.

This guy gets it.

Topic: Awesome Member Award. New. Please Read.
Posted: 21 Feb 2017 14:21

Dani, you should have a custom tittie badge already. Lol. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/icon_flower.gif" alt="flower">

Like the potato badge but titties.

I've been trying to get one for years. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/crybaby2.gif" alt="crybaby">

Topic: Awesome Member Award. New. Please Read.
Posted: 21 Feb 2017 10:24

Now that's a great idea for a badge too.

Titties are a great idea for anything. Don't limit them. It's offensive.

Topic: Awesome Member Award. New. Please Read.
Posted: 21 Feb 2017 08:25


Topic: To anyone who was in Sweden on Friday
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 20:40

You know there's no such thing as "Judeo-Christian" beliefs, right?

This is the main problem of dealing with religious critics - they ignore all the nuances between different sects that make big differences in what different people believe in.

Take, for example, "Thou shall not lie."

Catholics believe humanity is universally graceful.

Protestants believe humanity is chosen by God to be elected for salvation or not.

Jews believe they're chosen by God to bring light unto nations.

If someone says that another is a good person, that statement might be interpreted as a lie or not based on which underlying belief we're talking about.

Oh my God.

Topic: Thread locked for no apparent reason
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 14:14

The problem probably arises from the fact that people think there are "sides". There are mods to keep the site running as smoothly as possible, not to keep the masses in check. I can't even call someone an asstard without being accused of abusing my supposed fucking power.

This is also an important point.

The notion that because someone is a mod, they should staunch their self-expression is absurd. As is the notion that any negative opinion or criticism is some sort of abuse of power.

There are quite a few people who I think are turd jugglers. I should be able to express that and have it be a reflection of me. I don't think it's too much to ask for someone to suss out the difference.

Topic: Thread locked for no apparent reason
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 13:44

If I may continue to beat a dead horse, I'm glad this thread and threads like these happen.

I'm a fan of open dialogue. I'm also a believer in transparency. I can't recall very many times (if any) where I've locked or deleted a thread or edited a post without giving a reason.

I get that things happen and time may not always permit it, but I feel like a reason should be given as often as possible, not only to keep that element of transparency and approachability, but also so the same mistakes don't get made and people know what to expect going forward.

I don't think we can have much of a site if people feel as if they can't approach us this way.

But also, it helps not to immediately go the suspicious or accusatory route. I personally try not to assume the worst, and I'm naive enough to expect the same in return. I also understand how frustrating it can be when simple inquiries are met with suspicion or are simply dismissed or silenced. Unless all talking points are exhausted and answers have been provided to the extent of one's abilities, "Just drop it!" or "Let it go!" just aren't the makings of good dialogue.

Hopefully whoever locked the thread will come forward (or already has, I haven't looked into it), and for now I can only hope they did so for good reasons. It can't be fair to want others to trust our reasons for taking certain actions (especially one as public and prominent as locking a thread) only to turn around and be unwilling to disclose what those reasons are. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/my2cents.gif" alt="My 2 cents">

Topic: Is there a point for local times on our walls?
Posted: 15 Feb 2017 04:50

I don't like it, either.

Since we can already disable it to just our friends, why not take it a step further and allow us to disable it in totality?

Topic: donald trump for president
Posted: 29 Jan 2017 07:57

I feel the same way. While Trump may currently be popular among GOP voters, as led by Paul Ryan, he is not popular among GOP politicians. They may or may not agree with his opinions, but they certainly don't like that he is an outsider who cannot be trusted to stay with the program. He has not built any loyalty with them, nor do they owe him anything that might cause them to stick their necks out for him. The Democrats, of course, would love to boil him in his own juices right now. Trump has no friends in congress.

In short, to them, he is expendable. Mike Pence, on the other hand, is a golden boy to the GOP. The first time Trump becomes a liability, they will find one of those ethics issues or conflict of interests that I have no doubt he will commit and he will get dumped and impeached by a hugely one sided vote. Remember how minor White Water really was? Yet that was enough to impeach Clinton, though he wasn't removed from office. Trump will be, and its one low polling report away from happening.

This. All of it.

Topic: Donald Trump is exhausting me....
Posted: 15 Jan 2017 16:00

Just relax.

He won't even serve one full term.

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Stories Published By Dani All Stories »

I'm So Bad at This...

I feel them in my chest, Clawing their way through my throat Until they finally reach the tip of my tongue And that's where they stay. Don't ask me what they are Let me show you. Take the kisses from my lips And wrap them around you Let them sip from your cup Until it runs dry. The pounding in your ears Is the song of my soul. You won't hear it in whispered words, But in every gasp...

Added 19 Sep 2013 | Category Love Poems | Votes 26 | Avg Score 4.54 | Views 2,903 | 22 Comments

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