I'm a naughty European girl with a soft exterior and a dark centre. I have a vivid imagination and love to express it in English, which is the sexiest language in the world when you get it right. I enjoy exploring my own sexuality, which is very much the lesbian side of bisexual, but I'm not shy when it comes to guys either. My preference is to be in control, though I'm no dominatrix. Rather I prefer to overwhelm others with what sensuality I have. Someone recently told me that I have a little bit of 'twinkly magic' in me. I like to think so.I am primarily here to write. I don't do chatrooms and I don't cyber.My stories feature sexy and masculine yet sensitive men who often take subordinate roles. My female characters are either precocious young vixens, or sophisticated, predatory older women. I love to tease in my stories, experimenting with different writing styles and genres. Many of my stories are based on my wild college and university days and my all girl parties.My stories are sometimes based on real life scenarios, partly supplemented by my wicked imagination. I spend huge amount of time writing and consequently have written a lot stories. I will be the first to admit, that my earlier stories are not my best and yet a few remain my favourites. I like to think there is always room for improvement and no matter how hard I try, I always see faults in my own stories and things I could have done differently. I strive for perfection. Ultimately, If I can make you hard or make you wet, I consider that a compliment.Danielle June 2014
This has gotten a little off track. here's my advice for writers. write like yourself and FOR yourself. don't try to write for an audience, don't try to write like someone whose work you admire. write what comes naturally. sure, take chances, experiment with styles, etc, but always be true to yourself - the longer i do this, the more i realize that, if i am not telling a story that i enjoy no one else is going to enjoy it either. This. You just have to write and write some more. Practice and experimentation will pile up the armoury of writing styles available to you. If it's a good story it shouldn't matter about the gender of the reader. Obviously certain genres will appeal to different tastes, whether girl or boy.Danielle x
As a scientist I have been wondering about how one might measure the quality of a story or poem. There seem to be only four criteria: 1. Number of reads - quantitative2. Number of scores - quantitative3. Average score - quantitative4. Comments - qualitativeTo maintain the high quality of Lush, it might be that stories and poems should be removed after a decent interval of time, say 9 months if they failed any of these criteria:1. Fewer than 3,000 reads for a story or 100 reads for a poem2. Fewer than 30 scores for a story or 10 scores for a poem3. Average score below 4Another suggestion could be that there should be two ways of scoring each story or poem:1. Quality of the writing2. Level of eroticismI realise that if a quality control system were imposed most of my stories and poems would be removed, which might be a reflection of their quality, but I would still be interested in other authors views on this topic. I think you over-looking some confounding variables in your assessment of the erotic story. The number of reads is not associated with the quality of a story as such, in an isolated sense. It is associated with the popularity of (i) the author and (ii) the popularity of the genre. The number of scores is probably correlated to the number of reads, but I have no data on that.The average score is a good measure, but can be biased by 'forced comments.' Forcing a comment deters trolls and mean people, who are less likely to score low if they have to justify it with a comment.I agree that Comments are a good measure but difficult to quantify. Maybe you could agree on a selection of key words and rank the words.Using your second scenario, there are more problems:How do you measure quality of writing? This has a very high, though not entirely subjective element.Level eroticism. I don't know how you would measure this, since what some people find erotic, others find a turn off.Danielle
I'm doing Aberdeen Angus burgers from Waitrose.I'm going to grill them with sliced red onions and then put inside slightly warmed sesame seed rolls.I add the slices of red onion on the grill for a few minutes when the burgers are nearly done and it makes them nice and soft. I'll serve them with a side salad of sliced cucumber, cherry tomatoes, avocado and a tiny drizzle of green Tabasco.Very niceDanny x
I thought Russia were robbed. Clearly the best song, but got voted down for political reasons. Voting was a disaster. Portugal, Estonia and Georgia had to come back at the end of the show, cos their string and tin can failed (only funny thing that voice over man said.) England came nowhere - AGAIN! What I don't get, is that Britain is overflowing with talented singers/groups. Why not send Adele?!Laura says we deliberately lose cos we can't afford to host it.Graham Norton was clearly not interested this year. He had no knowledge of geography and kept saying stupid things. Danny x
@Danielle- Actually, what the fossilized evidence shows is that we are descended from "Neanderthal man" the "missing link" between "Neanderthal man" and the apes that Darwin theorizes we AND Neanderthal are BOTH descended from has never been found. That leaves TWO possibilities. One is as simple as no such fossils having been found BUT Darwin is 100 % correct. The OTHER possibility is that Neanderthal man was BROUGHT to this planet due to something having resulted in them BEING hostile and overly aggressive and the "aliens" who left them returning from time to time to check on their "experiment". Which would account for a great deal! To include those constructs at Giza that modern builders who work with massive stone construction have stated could NOT be built within the 25-30 year time frame those supposedly were if we were to employ modern quarrying methods and transport to do so. You weren't know this, but I'm quite well read on anthropology. We ain't descended from Neanderthals."Neanderthals are the extinct hominid group most closely related to contemporary humans, so their genome offers a unique opportunity to identify genetic changes specific to anatomically fully modern humans. We have identified a 38,000-year-old Neanderthal fossil that is exceptionally free of contamination from modern human DNA. Direct high-throughput sequencing of a DNA extract from this fossil has thus far yielded over one million base pairs of hominoid nuclear DNA sequences. Comparison with the human and chimpanzee genomes reveals that modern human and Neanderthal DNA sequences diverged on average about 500,000 years ago . Existing technology and fossil resources are now sufficient to initiate a Neanderthal genome-sequencing effort."Nature 444, 330-336 (16 November 2006) Richard E Green et al ~~~"The taxonomic status of Neanderthals lies at the center of the modern human origins debate. Proponents of the single-origin model often view this group as a distinct species with little or no contribution to the evolution of modern humans. Adherents to the regional continuity model consider Neanderthals a subspecies or population of Homo sapiens, which contributed significantly to the evolution of early modern Europeans."PNAS vol. 101 no. 5 (6 January 2004) Katerina Harvati
We all have our own beliefs regarding a great many things. You're entitled to yours, but some of us think that given infinite possibility and probability it's highly unlikely that we are the only intelligent beings in existence. AND, given that there has never been any proof that the "missing link" ever did exist... it's equally POSSIBLE that our original forebears were the Neanderthals. Nor, can we even be CERTAIN that this is the FIRST advanced society to ever have existed on THIS planet. Ice ages and other natural cataclysms (magnetic pole shifts, continental rising and sinking, comet hits that have produced "nuclear winter like" conditions just to name a few possibilities) could easily have eradicated previous societies and left little evidence of their existence. Fossil evidence shows that we and Neanderthals are species with the same common ancestor. What's that got to do with aliens?You might find this interesting... Fermi Paradox You WOULD BE correct BUT the star the Aborrigines were speaking of is CERES, NOT Sirius To be fair, you did say Sirius, which is the dog star. Ceres is an asteroid.D x
Eurovision means a party in my house! Never miss it! I like the Russian entry.Was hoping to hear an entry from Czech Republic, but they lost in the semi finals Danny x
Since we have viewed all the planets in our solar system and found no life, the closest solar system to ours is like a thousand light years away . I highly doubt if they traveled that far, they would want to turn around and go home. So I guess I would think our government would have a contingency plan to deal with extraterrestrial illegal aliens. On the other hand, we are not able to handle the alien problem we already have. If we can't secure our borders from a bunch of kids crossing, how would we deal with an advanced civilization? I've got a feeling they won't want to pick in the fields. It's a lot nearer than that. The nearest star to our sun is Proxima Centauri, which is a mere 4.3 light years away. Even so, the fastest speed that man has achieved is escape velocity, which is about 7 miles per second. Assuming we could sustain that velocity (would take a lot of fuel) it would take 260,000 years to reach Proxima Centauri and that's like the corner shop in astronomical terms xx
The question should be... why haven't we been visited by aliens? The fact is, even assuming that travelling interstellar distances is even possible, which as far as we know it isn't, we will never know if there aliens out there or not. That's quite a thought, but consider this:If there's life elsewhere in the universe, it's probably a squidgy thing on planet Zog not a highly functioning, technologically advanced civilization like our own.Given the vastness of the universe, it seems statistically likely that there should have been circumstances that have allowed life to evolve, but the Earth is in the Goldilocks zone. All the factors that had to happen to make us, are vanishingly small. It is a miracle that we're here. D x
I think if I lived close to that bakery I would go and order a cake for a gay Christening just to see what happens. You know what... I believe you would!
A week had passed after I had held my first private English lesson. I had swapped careers, moving from my steady job in engineering to pursue my vocation as an English teacher. Now, I was reconsidering the wisdom of the whole thing, given the lapse in judgement with my first student. Emily was due for her second tutorial in the afternoon, and I was anxious about how things would turn out...
Added 17 May 2015 | Category Taboo
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I was never cut out to be a tutor in the traditional sense. Standing up in front of a class of students, attempting to keep them engaged isn’t how I roll. I know my subject inside out and back to front. English grammar, literature and style is my thing and I enjoy imparting my knowledge. But writing on a blackboard – that wasn’t me. So, after 20 years in engineering, I decided to switch...
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There’s a week to go before the country goes to the polls. The result is on a knife edge and the Prime Minister is aboard the battle bus, visiting Paddle with Whipping, a key marginal in the home counties. As he relaxes in his seat, his aide hands him the ‘special telephone.’ “It’s Martin, Prime Minister, he says it’s urgent.” The premier takes the phone, his face grim with trepidation. ...
Added 03 May 2015 | Category Humor
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It was a bitterly cold, early spring afternoon. I had arrived after lunch, in my thickest fluffy coat and furry hat. The noise from the crowd, which was like a kind of baying – a feverish swell of cheers and applause met my ears. I responded with a shiver of excitement. The tribal allegiance of spectator sports was alien to me, but I flashed my VIP pass at the turnstile, and took a seat at...
Added 05 Apr 2015 | Category Oral Sex
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Planted all those years ago, Nurtured with care and toil, It was brought from afar To grow in our mother soil Upon the 14th of the second month, A prayer was said each year The first shoots emerging then Enriched by her falling tears A memory of the sacrifice Of her loved one’s life, One consolation of a war For the widow, a grieving wife And so, as the decades pass The...
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Prologue My name is Danny and I am cheerleader based in the south of the USA about an hour’s drive from Atlanta. My bestie, Julie Johnson and I won the Duo Award last year for Cheerleader of the Year, banking a thousand bucks each in the process. Since then, we’ve been approached by the Atlanta Falcons and we’ve appeared in Girls’ Life and American Cheerleader. I’m a blue-eyed blonde...
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Each morning on the bus we pass You get on as I alight, alas Then one day I decide to wait, Even though it makes me late A spare seat I save, hoping you will see, Then you come and sit next to me I gasp as you demurely glance, Your eyes meeting mine just by chance My heart’s a flutter as our fingers touch, I’ve wanted this much too much ‘What now?’ I think, now I have you here...
Added 25 Jan 2015 | Category Love Poems
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Short white socks round ankles gathered, Legs akimbo, you’re hot and bothered Am I your date or just your slut? Someone to meet, to use and fuck You keep me back in every class, You say it’s work, but you want my ass I’m kept all sweet with lots of gifts, I’m never late with all the lifts Ever ready, a glance at the clock, The lunch bell rings, it’s time for cock! Back seat of...
Added 18 Jan 2015 | Category Erotic Poems
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Gav sat back in his chair and rubbed his face, his head spinning with numbers. His boss had given him a particularly tough algorithm to crack and he was close to telling her to stick her QPL where the sun didn’t shine. However, he was too proud to let it beat him and decided to take a walk to clear his head. Gav was Head of Infrastructure at Lucy’s Underwear Show House and was developing...
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Part I January 31, 1512 Casa di Venuccio de Lambra, Rome Italy It is a particularly cold mid-winter afternoon. A man is sitting by a crackling fire and is fashioning a small figure from soapstone. The light shows that it is nearer supper than lunch. He looks up as his young wife enters the house . “You are late Vittoria.” “Pardon, Venuccio, he made me sit a long time today.” ...
Added 05 Jan 2015 | Category Love Stories
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