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.


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Topic: Do you have a dog or a cat? Both?
Posted: 25 Oct 2017 06:12

I just want to say that I love the names of your goldfish. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/fish.gif" alt="fish">

They're the best! They get excited when they see me, like little water puppies.

Topic: Do you have a dog or a cat? Both?
Posted: 24 Oct 2017 07:01

I love cats, but I'm allergic to them. It doesn't stop me from playing with my friends' cats, though.

I don't have a dog just yet, but I plan on adopting one soon once my schedule eases up a bit and I have enough time to devote to the little guy (or gal).

I currently have two goldfish named Ebb and Flo. They've been alive well past their expectancy, and that makes me happy.

I had a blue betta fish named Justin Timberlake (long story), and he lived well past his expectancy as well, but sadly he is no longer with us.

I'm actually gonna get a couple more bettas within the next week or so.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 19 Oct 2017 05:17

They accepted money for their silence, which is something else altogether. By doing that, they turned their silence into a commodity, something that could be bought. They negotiated about what it would cost their abuser to refrain from publicly accusing them. In stead of not accusing their abuser, which I would have understood, they made a conscious choice to protect him in exchange for money.

Would you have been more satisfied if they'd remained silent for free?

You say they made a conscious choice to protect him in exchange for money. Perhaps they made a conscious choice to protect their livelihoods in exchange for money.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 17 Oct 2017 13:21

I agree he is the villain here. But wasn't she actually taking away the focus from Weinstien, by instead focusing on his victims and what she thinks they should have done?

Yes, punctuated by what she would have done.

This is fairly common when individuals come forward when they've been sexually assaulted. "Wow, they did that instead of this?!" "This is what I would have done if I were in that situation."

When the focus shifts to the victim's response, hypothetical or otherwise, you are shaming that victim. You are telling them what the response should have been or how you would have handled it differently or better, you are shaming that victim.

Why is it important to know what one would have done in that situation? We can ruminate on hypotheticals forever. We know that given the myriad of options these victims could have chosen, they were scared to come out with it publicly. That's where our focus should be.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 16 Oct 2017 15:24

FYI, I'm not a Democrat.

Irrelevant to my point.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 16 Oct 2017 14:36

https://upload.lushstories.com/2116703509-Screen Shot 2017-10-16 at 5.13.25 PM.png

Again, missing the point.

When bringing in politics, please do so in the context of their enabling of sexual assault victims.

Don't do this topic the injustice of playing the 'Your political party is dirtier than mine' game.

Please and thanks.

Future posts of this nature will be removed.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 16 Oct 2017 14:04

Actually, like your friend DamonX, you've got it back asswards. I don't get my ideas from Wikipedia then post the link here. I post a link to Wikipedia in some cases to back up the fact that what I said wasn't original, and in other cases to point out that I'm not the only person who has a certain opinion.

I am truly deeply sorry not to have found a picture of Weinstein with more conservatives in it. Not! Perhaps then my point could have gotten a more unbiased reading. Like that has any chance of happening. Maybe there are some in the background. But at this point I really don't give a damn.

As to the section in bold, that's exactly why I posted the picture. Leave it to the harpy swarm to imagine all sorts of other nefarious motives. After all, I'm older than most of you, I'm male, and I'm white. Therefore I must be up to no good. And you folks call me prejudiced. What a hoot!

Have a nice day.

Funny. In a thread about the sexual assault of women, you still find a way to be the victim.

Contradiction ≠ persecution.

Thank you for your compliance.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 16 Oct 2017 13:44

As for the joke not being funny, well, too close to home perhaps?

No. It just wasn't funny.

You're not prolific. You're incapable of posting an opinion without the help of Wikipedia, so the notion that you're able to say something poignant enough to get a rise out of someone is laughable. So I suppose you did post a joke after all.

The context in which you posted the picture was irrelevant.

Earlier Hayley attempted the same thing when she pointed out Harvey Weinstein's donation(s) to the Democratic party. I'm only mentioning Hayley because you mentioned that you didn't introduce political affiliations to this thread. You are correct. But you both are posting in the same vein in terms of politics.

Had you posted it as an example of how our law/policy-makers are enablers when it comes to women's victimization at the hands of powerful men/systems no matter the political affiliation, you would have been onto something.

Instead it's the heavy implication that Democrats/Liberals (not mutually exclusive political identifications) are to blame for the Harvey Weinsteins of the world.

It's opportunistic and frankly disgusting. If you want to bring politics into this, make it meaningful. Make it about how big name politicians are mum to the victimization of women instead of yet another chance to shit on liberals.

If you are incapable of carrying on the political conversation in that way instead of hijacking this thread for your own political vendetta, then drop it. Please and thanks.

Topic: Harvey Weinstein
Posted: 16 Oct 2017 05:56

More bullshit. WTF? I did not blame the victims for their assault. DO NOT tell me I don't know how these women feel. None of you know anything about me so you're not in a position to judge anything about me or my empathy or compassion! I DID NOT call anyone a whore so don't you dare put words in my mouth. I understand the feelings associated with sexual assault. Shame, fright, indecision, humiliation etc. some of them STILL took his money. How does that fix anything? IT DOESNT FIX A FUCKING THING!

Of COURSE they don't want to go to the police, what person in that position does? I know they're scared shitless about their career, that everyone will know what happened, afraid that people would think they encouraged it. They go over and over and over it in their minds trying to figure out if they encouraged it in any way.

It's not only actresses, how many women are sexually assaulted in their workplace and are afraid to lose their jobs but they still report it. You all totally missed the point of my post. Women have to try to be braver and report these assaults or it's just going to keep happening to someone else.

Some of you make me sick with your unreserved judgements. Unless you know me don't assume I have no compassion or empathy. You couldn't be further from the truth.

Don't fucking judge me from one paragraph I might write in a forum. You know nothing. Until or unless you know everything about me, keep your judgemental and pious opinions to your stupid selves.



"I didn't victim blame....blah blah blah... they took his money and didn't fix anything . Blah blah blah, you're all stupid and you don't know my life."

Grow up. This isn't The Trinket Show.

No need for these childish outbursts just because someone's calling you out on your shit as you continue to victim blame these women.

Topic: Is there one poem or story you've written that you would like more people to read?
Posted: 14 Oct 2017 17:11

I like titties a whole lot.
Sometimes they're big, sometimes they're not.
Titties always get my vote...
...because they're super fun to motorboat!

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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...

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