Forum posts made by iszofia

Topic The 7 Letter Game
Posted 16 Dec 2010 20:12


indescribably tantalising shaved pussies in vegas show


Topic The 7 Letter Game
Posted 16 Dec 2010 02:22


Wlima invites Deacon for wet, tantalising times


Topic If you click on this thread, you have to post
Posted 15 Dec 2010 18:20

Went on a shopping spree yesterday.. 2 pairs of Guess shoes, a bikini & another pair of demin shorts. Even better were all items were on sale. hello1

Topic The 7 Letter Game
Posted 15 Dec 2010 18:05


Undulating Irina lapdances and jumps ropes simultaneously.


Topic The 7 Letter Game
Posted 14 Dec 2010 19:37


Wanted: A racy naked tap dancing geisha


Topic What Kind of Drink Are You??
Posted 14 Dec 2010 19:09

You are a Blue Margarita Beautiful, Delicious. And Totally 80's

1 ounces Tequila
1 ounce Blue Curaçao
1 ounce Lime Juice
Shake with ice and strain into a salt-rimmed cocktail glass.

Topic What Kind of Drink Are You??
Posted 14 Dec 2010 19:09

You are a Blue Margarita Beautiful, Delicious. And Totally 80's

1 ounces Tequila
1 ounce Blue Curaçao
1 ounce Lime Juice
Shake with ice and strain into a salt-rimmed cocktail glass.

Topic Forum Game: Twin Word Link
Posted 14 Dec 2010 15:28

Passionately embraces

Topic Chat rooms, a new addition
Posted 24 Nov 2010 21:57

I like "The Playground" as suggested.


The Meet n Greet
The Chillax
The Peek-a-Boo
The Lush Hot Tub
The Bar n Grill
The Toe Tester
The Buy You a Drink

Just some ideas!

As for themes, obviously friendly and no drama. Everyone or someone in the room has to either say "Welcome" or "Hello" to anyone coming into the room.

I like the name Lush Hot Tub

How about:

The Cushdy Cocktail Lounge or the Vodka Bar - for those who have consumed a few beverage or 2, tasted the sweet nectar of goods, bowed down the the amber ale etc..

Just for Perverts

Like this one too- all Perverts should automatically go there and not bother those who are not in the 'cyber' rooms. Do this ppl actually read the chat room description... obviously not.

Topic Holding On
Posted 24 Nov 2010 17:40

Ok, I figured Euthanasia would have its on thread, but it's bound to be mentioned on this topic. It's really up to the person if they wish to comment on it or not.

Cheers icon_smile

Topic Holding On
Posted 24 Nov 2010 17:08

When diagnosed with a terminal illness a patient might have just weeks or months to live.

Should they fight on or accept the inevitable?

Should their doctors hold out hope, however slim, or deliver the hard medical reality?

These decisions are much tougher as medicine and medical technology becomes increasingly sophisticated .

Patients , families and doctors wrestle with these ethical and moral dilemmas at the end of life.

How much are we willing to pay personally and as a society to prolong a life when there is little hope?

On a different note:
How do you feel about Euthanasia? Should it be legalised?

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I believe everyone has a right to fight for their lives, but at the same time, if the medical condition of the patient is so dire, that it is beyond recovery, then the person should have a choice of whether they want to continue fighting or accept the inevitable. I think the ethical and morality lines become blurry when the individual is no longer capable of decision making and the choice is place on the family to fight or not.
Ultimately it is a tough, tough decision based on many factors specific to the individual. I'm interested to know what you all think. What are you personal experiences if you would like to share.

Topic Should violent criminals be given false identities?
Posted 24 Nov 2010 16:06

So even if you commit a crime as a child, do you think they should not be given the chance to reintegrate into society as an adult who has "paid their debt to society"?

Sex offenders will always reoffend again and again. Murders for commit vicious crimes such as Venables & Thompson will never feel remorse or repent.
At boys at 10yrs should be playing football not planning a sickening murder of an innocent toddler. They took the precious life of 2yr old James Bulger. Have you actually read about the crimes they committed? You would not have imagined that 2 children did it. They had planned that day of the murder to find a child to abduct and to push him on to path of oncoming traffic and instead they found little James. And what they did to him was so vile and wicked.

Your questions is so flippant and I assume the callus way you asked it is because you have no idea what they actually did.

They’re punishment was a measly 8yrs reduced from a 10yr sentence because of ‘good behaviour’. Life lived in prison is governed by strict regiments. There are rules to follow. These boys may have abide by the rules leading to good behaviour but by no means changes the state of their mentality.
They committed a crime of unparallel evil and barbarity and they knew the difference between right and wrong. They were given the chance to reintegrate with society because of “good behaviour”. The basis of their release should have been based on psychiatric evaluation. They blew that chance, fooled those who believed they felt remorse and continued to commit more crimes. There is no way in hell they've paid their debt to society . Instead criminals like them to should be lock up for life or be moved into a detention centre with maximum security and never be allowed to re-enter society. They lost that right when they took a life in the way they did.

Venables after release got himself into trouble numerous times. In March 2010 Venables was sentence to prison for an unspecified violation of the terms of his licence of release. Justice Secretary Jack Straw, stated that Venables was returned to prison because of "extremely serious allegations", and stated that he was "unable to give further details of the reasons for Venables' return to custody, because it was not in the public interest to do so. This says to me he has committed another unspeakable crime.

Then again in June 2010, Venables was charged with possession and distribution of indecent images of children. It was alleged that he downloaded 57 indecent images of children over a twelve month period to February 2010, and allowed other people to access the files through a peer-to-peer network. Obviously he still hasn't learnt- there was crime of sexual element committed to Bulger.. You tell me there is no connection there.

Little is know of Robert Thompson. But there were rumours circulated that he had moved to Perth, Western Australia. In June 2006 an 8yr Sofia Rodriguez-Urrutia-Shu was murder in a shopping centre toilet, her 14yr old brother discovered her naked body 10mins after she disappeared. The person who committed the crime was Dante Wyndham Arthurs. This person was also believed to be none other that Robert Thompson. Coincidentally or not, both share the same birthday and Arthurs was born in Britain. Arthurs confessed to sexually assaulting another girl in 2001 in Britain when he was arrested however he was never charged with the incident because he left Britain for Australia before an identity parade could take place. Are they the same person?? But both the Australian and British Government have denied these claims.

My question is... Should taxpayers pay for violent criminals to be given false identities to protect them or should they be 'thrown to the wolves' and deal with the public outcry and face the consequences of their violent crimes?

No of course not. The Justice System is one big cock up and needs to be seriously reviewed. But they shouldn’t be “thrown to the wolves” either. Instead they should just stay out of society forever in a detention centre designed for such vile criminals. These people will never changed new identity or not. They have not been given a new brain free of evil doings.

Topic Share Recipes
Posted 23 Nov 2010 22:32

Hazlenut & Olive Oil Cake

Super Easy :)


3 eggs
1 cup caster sugar
3/4 (185ml) extra virgin olive oil
2 Tbsp Frangelico- (if you don't have the alcohol/don't like it substitute with 1-1 1/2Tbsp vanilla essence, and add slightly more olive oil)
1 cup plain flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup hazelnut meal
finely grated rind of 1 lemon or orange (I've only tried it with lemon rind, so far)
1/2 cup toasted hazelnuts, chopped
pure icing to dust (optional)
thick cream or good quality vanilla icecream to serve (optional)


1. Preheat oven to 180C or 160C fan. Grease with olive oil and line base of 20cm springform tin.

2. Beat eggs & sugar until thick and pale. Add oil and frangelico/vanilla essence. Beat until just combined.

3. Sift flour & baking powder into egg mixture. Add hazelnut meal and orange or lemon rind. Use a large spoon to fold in mixture until just combined.

4. Spoon mixture into tin. Scatter over chopped hazelnuts. Bake for 45mins or until an inserted skewer comes out clean.

5. Cool in pan. Transfer to serving plate, dust with icing sugar, serve with cream/ ice cream or your favourite tea!


Tip: Using olive oil instead of butter gives a more dense result and faint fruity flavour. Olive oil also has less saturated fat than butter, so it's a little bit better for you :D

Topic Share Recipes
Posted 21 Nov 2010 18:39

Chicken Piccata with Mashed Potato

Serves 4, Halve it, Super Easy


4x chicken breast fillets
1/4 cup plain flour
30g unsalted butter, plus 20g extra
1/3 (80ml) cup extra virgin olive oil, plus extra to serve
1/3 (80ml) lemon juice
1/2 cup (125ml) salt reduced chicken stock
1/4 cup capers rinsed and drained
1/3 flat leaf parsley, chopped

Creamy Mashed Potato
750g desiree potatoes (or many potatoes suitable for mashing)
hot milk

1. Boil potatoes, mash and beat in butter and hot milk until light and fluffy.

2. Cut chicken fillets in half crossways to make 8 thin pieces. Season flour with salt and freshly ground pepper. Dust chicken in flour, shake off any excess.

3. Heat butter and 2tbs olive oil in large frying pan over medium heat. Cook chicken in batches, adding remaining butter and oil as needed, until brown.

4. Increase heat to high. Add lemon juice, stock and capers into pan and cook until mixture slightly thickens.

5. Return chicken to pan and reduce heat to low and simmer until chicken is cooked through. Transfer to plate.

6. Add extra butter to sauce, whisk until combined, add parsley and then pour over chicken. Serve.

Tip: Piccata refers to a style of cooking in which meat (veal is popular) or fish is sliced, seared and served in a lemon and butter sauce.

Topic Share Recipes
Posted 21 Nov 2010 18:02

Tarragon Tomato Soup with Olive Oil Croutons

For you Lushies living in the northern hemisphere, we practically lived on this throughout winter :)


2 small onions or 1 large onion (depends how oniony you want it)
2-4 garlic cloves (again depends how garlicky you want it)
1.5kg tomatoes, roughly chopped
2-4 cups salt reduced stock (I use vegetable stock, 1-2 cups to keep it a thicker consistency)
1 bunch tarragon, roughly chopped and extra to serve (use basil, if you can't get tarragon, goes just as well)
1x lemon- grated lemon rind
1/4 tsp chilli flakes
200g ciabatta or french stick or any crusty bread
250g cherry tomatoes, finely chopped to serve

1. Cook onion first over medium heat until soften then add garlic. Add tomatoes and cooked until collapsed.

2. Add lemon rind, chilli, tarragon and stock, cover and cook, stirring occasionally, bring to the boil and then gently simmer for 30mins, until it reduces slightly.

3. Let the soup rest and preheat oven to 180C fan. roughly tear up bread into small pieces, toss generously in olive oil. Bake until golden. I usually toast the remaining bread as larger pieces to mopped the rest of the soup up.

4. Blend the soup, with a hand held bender. I usually semi- blend it in the pot, leaving some chunky tomato pieces.

5. Ladle soups into bowls. Season and top with croutons, cherry tomatoes and extra tarragon and splash of extra virgin olive oil.

Tastes better the next day. Enjoy! :)

Topic What is sexy about your name?
Posted 21 Nov 2010 17:40

Real Name:

You Are Demure Sexy
You are sexy because you are reserved. You keep most of your passion hidden.
In truth, you are a very sensual and sexual person. But you mostly keep this to yourself.

You are secretly very interested in sex and very open minded. You definitely have a wild side most people don't know about.
You are comfortable with every aspect of your sexuality... but you don't flaunt it.

When you're finally alone with someone you trust, it's like flipping a switch.
You're sexually savvy, exciting, adventurous, and carefree. No one would ever guess it!

Topic Forum Game: Sexy Chain
Posted 19 Nov 2010 01:47


Topic Create a story
Posted 17 Nov 2010 18:04

Slowly, Edgar tip-toed up the stairway. The place smelt like cinnamon oil and incense. Edgar felt like he was being watched. Candles lit the triangle of copper skin exposed by the spreading of K-Y on her exposed cunt. She watched expectantly as Fred tried desperately hard to unzip his jacket. Moans from the wardrobe

Topic Would you fuck the person above you?
Posted 16 Nov 2010 23:14

Yes definitely, what a gorgeous smile 2;)

Topic "FORUM GAME" If Lush were a small town what role would the person above you play?
Posted 16 Nov 2010 22:42

Author of a sexy erotic book, who has come to town to for a reading at the local libary

Topic Bi-Sexual Men and Women
Posted 16 Nov 2010 20:32

You can use broad or narrow terms to define bisexuality but I think it’s important that you respect people’s definition whatever it is. For some people bisexuality is a phase, a brief experimentation, but for many people it is a lifelong committed sexual orientation.

I’ve noticed an interesting cultural development in which bisexuality has become trendy in young women, particularly the younger generation because they are influenced by celebrities whom these young girls look up to. “I kissed a girl and I liked it”, Katy Perry told us in her #1 hit single. Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, Anna Paquin, Angeline Jolie, Drew Barrymore- they all want as to know that they are bisexual. But there is no comparable crowd of young male celebrities rushing to assure us that they are both ways.

During my teens I became aware that I like women. For me I am attracted equally to both women and men. My attractions are towards qualities I see in an individual regardless of the person’s gender. Sometimes these qualities involve gender, sometimes not.

Just something to think about:
In an attempt to codify sexual attraction for the two genders, human sexuality researcher Alfred Kinsey developed a seven level rating scale in which "0" meant purely heterosexual and "6" meant purely homosexual. The vast majority of adults rate themselves as a "0." A gay and lesbian minority identify themselves as a "6". A small minority are bisexual (ratings 1 to 5). Of these, only a very small minority are attracted to both men and women equally and identify themselves with a "3" rating. This is known as the Kingsley Scale.
In the famous words of Samantha Jones: “Im a tri-sexual, I’ll try anything once”

Topic there's nothing like...
Posted 11 Nov 2010 22:21

There's nothing like.. .

finish the sentence

'There's nothing like the feel of the cool air or the gently gaze of a silky fabric brushing against a freshly bared pussy

Topic Your favourite 'less obvious' Erogenous Zone
Posted 11 Nov 2010 21:25

"For me: the little curve along my neck, just where it meets my shoulder is extremely sensitive and often gets completely bypassed. Anyone kissing, licking, or even breathing on that spot absolutely curls my toes and puts me instantly in the mood... " Dancing_Doll

I agree thoroughly with Dancing_Doll & HoneyBee000 and the rest who luv having their necks kissed. Another spot that makes my stomach spin and lights my spark is being kissed in the between the shoulder blades, slightly to the left.. it has to be in the exact spot.. always takes my breath away!

I also luv to kiss along the jaw line, right under the ear ;)

p.s. first time in the forum, still trying to figure out how it works. I wanted to quote Dancing_Doll, but that quote box didnt come up..not sure how to do it...