Forum posts made by daniellex

Topic It's Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday) - How do you have yours?
Posted 28 Feb 2017 13:53

Pancakes with maple syrup and BACON? You Americans don't half have some funny ideas!

It's not American, I love that combo. It shouldn't work but it does!


Topic It's Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday) - How do you have yours?
Posted 28 Feb 2017 13:52

I love flipping pancakes. Embarassed

(This one got the maple syrup treatment.)

You toss pancakes, you don't flip them.


Topic It's Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday) - How do you have yours?
Posted 28 Feb 2017 10:24

I'm having mine two ways; one with banana and peanut butter and another with raspberry and honey


Topic Super foods
Posted 27 Feb 2017 22:14

I remember creating a similar thread, if you're interested to learn about a few other ones: Power Foods

Ah thank you, SP. I'll take a look at that for sure

D x

Topic Super foods
Posted 27 Feb 2017 12:11

There has been a lot of rubbish spouted about obscure plants and tropical fruits that are meant to be super foods.

Here are the real super foods that are in every supermarket and what we should all be eating.

1. Greek yogurt. Greek yogurt is a good source of protein and a valuable supplement, especially if you exercise a lot. Mixed with soft fruit it is a very filling breakfast. It's good for your gut, is a good source of calcium and it's unctuous, which means it's filling.

2. Blackcurrants. Everyone goes on about blueberries. Well forget them and eat blackcurrants. They are a rich source of vitamin C and contain massive amounts of antioxidants, flavanoids and polyphenolics that make you healthy and well.

3. Yellow bell peppers. Yes, it has to be yellow peppers. They contain vitamin C and are a source of niacin, folacin, iron and protein.

4. Nectarines. This fruit should be eaten daily. They are an excellent source of dietary fibre, beta carotine and potassium.

5. Broccoli. This is the super food of super foods! It is a very good source of vitamin K, which is an easy one to be deficient in. This vitamin helps you to maintain healthy bones and efficient blood clotting. Broccoli also contains just about every vitamin and mineral you care to mention.

Happy eating and good health!

Danny x

Topic The Walking Dead
Posted 26 Feb 2017 01:48

I know Series 7 was probably a bit too grisly to begin with, but does anyone else think the second half has gone a bit flat?

D x

Topic does anyone here have a favorite musical?
Posted 26 Feb 2017 01:47

Singing in the Rain

Topic Fart Rape
Posted 25 Feb 2017 10:14

You can't get away from Trumps on Lush in one way or another

Topic Watch out UK readers, Doris is coming!
Posted 24 Feb 2017 22:05

Medium and high wind impact storms that are due to hit the UK are named by the Met Office. They started doing it in 2015/16 so it's now in its second 'season'. The wonderful British public can send suggestions to the Met Office and they then compile a list of the most submitted. They will only consider actual human names. These are then arranged alphabetically and alternate between male and female names. Then, as and when storms come along they are given a name from the list, which is followed in alphabetical order. So Storm Doris was named a while ago and this would have been the name regardless of the strength of the storm or any damage etc.

The names for this year are: Angus (19-20 Nov ’16), Barbara (23-24 Dec 2016), Conor (25-26 Dec 2016), Doris (now), Ewan, Fleur, Gabriel, Holly, Ivor, Jacqui, Kamil, Louise, Malcolm, Natalie, Oisín, Penelope, Robert, Susan, Thomas, Valerie and Wilbert.

Storm Wilbert and Storm Susan don't really evoke fear and treachery either do they? Ah, you can always rely on us Brits to suggest suitable names bahaha.

Yesterday my bin lid flew up and blew a pop bottle and a box of cat biscuits into my neighbour's garden and I can't get round to retrieve them. I have felt suitably guilty about it since. I hope you're proud of yourself Doris.

My Mum's name is Penelope. Is anyone called Wilbert? It sounds like a cartoon name. No offence to any Wilberts out there. Wilberforce would've been better.

D x

Topic Watch out UK readers, Doris is coming!
Posted 24 Feb 2017 22:01

Looks like you and I are pretty close. We got sent home yesterday in Birkenhead cos the roof of our building got blown off and twatted about a dozen cars.

I guess so. Luciana Berger is my MP. It sounds like you had it worse but it always is over there.

Topic Who is YOUR favorite author on Lush?
Posted 24 Feb 2017 10:42


The list can go on and on, really. They all have something that I truly enjoyed reading or could relate to in a significant way. There are also many authors who have been mentioned that I haven't read yet as well. Time to give them a look, no doubt.

Awww thank you! love7

Topic Awesome Member Award. New. Please Read.
Posted 24 Feb 2017 08:35

btw,attributes: being awesome. the award says it all.

It's a great idea and not be immodest but I am awesome! My Mum said and she's always right


Topic Watch out UK readers, Doris is coming!
Posted 23 Feb 2017 10:03

I would have gone to New Brighton today but I had to work.

It was blowy but nothing like the storm we had two years ago. We lost loads of trees in my area.

D x

Topic Curvy?
Posted 23 Feb 2017 10:00

I would consider myself curvy. I'm slim but I have a 34 DD bust and an ample bum.

Topic Who is YOUR favorite author on Lush?
Posted 20 Feb 2017 12:05

I can see that people tend to read current authors more than longer standing ones. I have given my short lists before so this will be brief:
DanielleX is someone I have read over and over, especially her "Renaissance of the Heart" series. She is just an instant turn on for me if you just mention her name by now.
Then there is Sprite's, "Do You Want Ketchup With That?"
Then there are the poets I adore: LaylaJune is just extraordinary. We all know her as a very classy lady, but that class somehow rubs off on her gift---her poetic muse.
I tend not to read men but there are some damned good writers here who are male.

Thank you so much! I really appreciate it

D x

Topic Almost Famous
Posted 17 Feb 2017 09:40

Viewed. Will read later

Well done!

D x

Topic Your favourite story title?
Posted 15 Feb 2017 12:29

I love loads of titles, but my absolute favourite is...

Renaissance of the Heart by DanielleX. When you read the story the title just fits so perfectly.

Of my own stories, The Last Virgin , because it's so suggestive yet a bit of a surprise when you find out what it actually means.


Big Hugs

Topic For Valentine's Day, a murmuration of starlings!
Posted 14 Feb 2017 14:30

With the changing of the climate we have had the phenomenon of geese staying over the winter in our area of the central United States. In the past they would have migrated much farther south. European Starlings were an introduced species here in the states. They have come to dominate some parts of the country. Nature is, indeed, wonderful. And eminently watchable.

Don't Red-winged Blackbirds also have big flocks? I saw them on a David Attenborough prog

D x

Topic The Lush Liar Liar Quiz - The answers are up and it's tiebreak time!
Posted 12 Feb 2017 04:44

Finally I've managed to get some time to put this together.

Listed below in bold are twenty Lush members who have each posted three facts about themselves.

Two of the facts are outrageous lies, but one of them, however improbable, is the truth. Your job is to work out which one is true.

I'll leave this open for a month or so as there's a lot to get through with twenty questions and profiles to wade through.

Good luck everyone!


1. At work, I once served Prince Harry with a large wedge of Somerset Brie, five slices of Wiltshire Ham and a portion of Gala pie. He likes his pork pies does Harry
2. A friend sneakily passed off a chilli I’d cooked as hers in a cooking competition. She won, and we shared the prize of four bottles of wine in just one night. Hic!
3. I’ve met three people from Lush in the 3D world and slept with two of them

1. I once had a drunken conversation with Kiefer Sutherland
2. I was once threatened by a very famous movie star when I hit on his date at the Mondrian
3. I have Eva Longoria's autograph

1. I've been in a major motion picture
2. I've made out with a rock star
3. I've fucked a fireman in a fire truck

1. I went to Jim Morrison's grave
2. I went to King Kamehameha I's grave
3. I went to Elvis's grave

1. My Nan gave birth to two pairs of identical twins. The odds are 1:70,000
2. My Dad holds the record for growing the world's longest cucumber
3. My Mum has a rose named after her

1. I am a nurse and I know it is both a cliché and a fetish, but I have fucked a patient while they were in my care
2. I once met boxer Carl Froch while he was buying bread and nappies
3. I have been engaged 5 times, but only to 3 different men

1. I was visited by the Queen at my work
2. I served Sacha Baron Cohen and Amy Winehouse at work
3. I met the Mayor of London at work

1. I was a rodeo bull rider one summer
2. I have met and shook hands with four former US Presidents
3. I went to the hospital emergency room with a four-hour erection. They gave me a t-shirt that said, "Proud Owner of a 4-Hour Erection!”

Although I wish it was 3 Embarassed

1. In my youth I spent several days in jail in New Orleans during Mardi Gras
2. I once stopped a bank robbery, mostly by accident
3. I have been to every continent in the world, even Antarctica

1. I am an official product tester for three different sex toy manufacturers.
2. My blood is soaked into the same wooden deck planks where Lord Nelson was shot on board HMS Victory during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
3. I have a small tattoo of a heart on my right arse cheek.

1. I trained to climb Mt. Everest
2. I wanted to be a circus acrobat
3. I was held up at machine gun point in Guatemala

1. Queen Elizabeth fell in love with me and we were married in Milwaukee secretly
2. I am a foot shorter now than I was when I was 23 years old.
3. I voted for Donald Trump for POTUS

1. I dressed up as Edward Scissorhands for Halloween and squatted to pee in front of what turned out to be a full car
2. I dressed up in my cutest skirt, commando style, spread my lips and peed off the side of a building
3. I did neither because there are always public restrooms to be found

1. Once I met president Pranab Mukherjee and his family. I took a liking to his granddaughter and I had my first with her in her grandad's study
2. I was in 12th grade when I fell in love with two of my good friends. I asked both of them out... both rejected me
3. I won the hottest guy in college award

1. I played one year of professional baseball as a short stop. My career was cut short by a knee injury
2. I graduated from UTA Arlington
3. A friend bought Conan's sword after the movie was made. He let me play with it at the Market Hall gun show when no customers were around. I ran up and down the aisles for an hour waving it around like a mad man

1. I have Russell Wilson's (starting quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks football team) personal cell number in my phone's contact list, given to me by him after a chance encounter whilst shopping
2. I speak, read, and write fluent Russian, and usually have both the Google News in English and the Google News in Russian tabs open in my computer, because I prefer to read news from primary sources
3. I shoot Glock pistols competitively and am an internationally ranked IDPA competitor

1. I once saw Hugh Laurie in a restaurant and accidentally said 'I love 'Love Actually'', confusing him with Hugh Grant. He just looked at me
2. I had a crush on a friend of my father's. I used to babysit for him and was so obsessed, I'd lie in his bed. Once, he came home early and I was half asleep. I rolled off the bed and hid underneath it until he went up to the third floor, then pretended I'd been outside getting a signal for my phone
3. I once stole a large sum of money and was part of a group of suspects who were searched (at school.) I had the money in my shirt pocket the whole time and the teacher was so preoccupied with my untidy locker, he didn't realise

1. I worked at NASA on a project that was the basis for the movie "The Martian"
2. I am part of a class action lawsuit to secure adoption rights for LGBT couples in my home state
3. I've published books under another name in both Young Adult and Sci-Fi genres

1. An aerobatics pilot let me take the controls of the Stearman biplane he was flying me in and I successfully executed a barrel roll
2. One of my friends on Lush is actually my personal bodyguard in real life
3. I was one of the original sponsors of a yearly scholarship for young riders in the Ohio Dressage Society

1. I was once involved in a sexual escapade that caused nearly £3k worth of property damage
2. I was once part of a hen party that was left stranded in various states of undress on top of a water tower in rural Sussex.
3. I have 9 1/2 toes

Super quiz!!!

D x

Topic Does this happen to you
Posted 11 Feb 2017 03:08

I run frequently, and I get the usual whistles and little kissy noises from guys. I'm very close to a very big public park with lots of other joggers and dog walkers so I feel pretty safe.

What's described in the OP sounds completely over the top and very inappropriate!

D x

Topic How to speed up my metabolism?
Posted 11 Feb 2017 02:56

If like me, you pigged out at Christmas, the best way to shed those extra pounds is to cut out refined carbs and eat a protein rich diet. Here was my routine and I lost all my Christmas flab and a few pounds more.

1. If you can do some exercise in the morning, then do it on an empty stomach and have a breakfast of a banana and Greek yogurt with peaches or nectarines. Don't eat before your workout because you want your energy supply to look to body fat first and not rely on any stored glycogen. I try to run two miles every day, but power walking is just as good.

2. For two weeks totally avoid bread, potatoes and white rice. Definitely don't eat any cakes, biscuits, puddings or cookies.

3. For lunch and supper/dinner/tea go for eggs (not fried), oily fish, fresh fish or chicken (without the skin) and vegetables. Broccoli, kale and green beans should be your first choice.

3. If you want a treat a couple of squares of plain chocolate (min 40% cocoa solids - the higher the better) is a nice fix and will boost your serotonin levels.

4. Try to drink plenty of water.

5. Don't eat anything after 7pm while on this plan. If you really get the munchies, then go for a gluten free bar with the puffed rice, fruit and nuts.

Good luck

D x

Topic DanielleX and MollyDoll closing in on Legendary stories
Posted 06 Feb 2017 10:19

I'm within 500 views!!!


Topic What do you think about while you are masturbating?
Posted 03 Feb 2017 14:11

Ruthie being done by Liz's strap-on

Topic What's for dinner tonight?
Posted 30 Jan 2017 06:50

Leftovers from last night's dinner party. Puy lentil and rocket salad, Persian aubergines in a spicy tomato sauce with baby boiled spuds and broccoli and green beans in a citrus butter. Yum!!

Yum! That sounds delicious!

D x

Topic What's for dinner tonight?
Posted 29 Jan 2017 02:57

Christmas Dinner! Yes, you read right. Today is our annual January Christmas dinner. It's a long story but it was my gf's suggestion three years ago, cos she just wanted turkey stuffing and all the trimmings and didn't want to wait another 11 months.

I thought it was a super idea and we've kept up the tradition. The turkey is in now and I made the stuffing last night and blanched all the veg first thing.

Merry Januarymas!

Pour Wine

D x

Topic any workout tips guys and girls
Posted 29 Jan 2017 01:11

I'm not really sure why you presented such a detailed description when you're only referring to sit-ups, an exercise that practically everybody knows about. Think

Because everyone I see doing sit ups in the gym does them wrong. Most people do them with their body level with the ground. That risks hurting your back and requires a huge number of reps to tone the abs. The way I describe protects the back and firms the tummy with relatively few reps. I thought it was worth sharing.


Topic any workout tips guys and girls
Posted 28 Jan 2017 05:49

There's a sure fire way to strengthen your abs. I do them every day. Lie flat on your back and put your calves on a chair, so that they are parallel to your back. Make sure the back of your knees are almost but not quite touching the front edge of the chair. You are now effectively making a letter Z. Cross your arms over your chest and lift your torso up as high as you can. Repeat until it hurts. My Mum showed me this, who is a doc. It gives the most benefit to your abs with zero involvement to the vertebra.

D x

Topic 'Racism' alive and well in UK police force
Posted 28 Jan 2017 01:13


No, there is no such thing to me as male privilege or white privilege or straight privilege. It's not a concept I even remotely grasp. Saying I am a certain way because I was born white is as abhorrent to me as saying someone is a certain way because they were born black or red or yellow. You carry on assigning your stereotypes and making your assertions based on race if you wish. I'll have no part of it. You know absolutely nothing about me (or Trinket) that allows you to make those kinds of assertions. And yes, assigning "privilege" to someone based on the color of their skin is about white guilt. as much as assigning "original sin" to a newborn is Christian guilt for being a sinner. It's all bullshit. It's stereotyping. It's racism.

Like I said before, if you wish to make judgements on someone based on the color of their skin, you go right ahead. I'll have no part of it.

Hi Amy,
I respect your views on this and I appreciate where you're coming from.

In my opinion, I think the action that the police took and the judgement that they made was informed at least partially because of the colour of the man's skin. As he argued himself in his interview in the second clip, would the police have suspected him if he had been a white European and they had been looking for a white European? I don't think so. He was all duffled up with his hood and they couldn't really have had a proper idea who he was. As the stop and search data suggest, which I posted earlier, there does seem to be a bias towards black people. I wish it wasn't like this and that everyone was treated equally by the police, but I honestly believe, when everything is weighed up, they aren't.

As for privilege. I am young, I am female, I was born to professional parents, I'm blonde and I have big boobs. If that's not privileged, I don't know what is!!! kekekegay

Topic Velma or Daphne?
Posted 27 Jan 2017 09:52


I'd bonk Velma but I'd be thinking of Daphne drunken

Topic My new crazily hot lesbian sex story!!!
Posted 27 Jan 2017 08:04

I began my office sex series about two twenty somethings 'Danielle and Katie' well over two years ago. The final part of the trilogy is probably the hottest lesbian sex I've ever written. I think it works as a stand alone story, so if you haven't read parts 1 & 2 you won't be missing out.

If you haven't read it, please check it out

Thank you

Danielle x