I'm a woman on a mission to enjoy life! I love meeting new people and experiencing new things. I'd like to think that I'm a great person and I know that I'm not perfect, nor do I try to be. Also, I just think everyone should know that I am a BBW!
Not following any authors
It all depends on what I'm in the mood for and how much the first few lines interest me. I really don't have a specific way of choosing the stories I read. One thing that greatly influences my decision though is the story's grammar. I get easily turned off by a poorly written story that has the potential to be great but has suck-ish grammar. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/3some.gif" alt="3some">
People will give you feedback if they so desire...asking for it sort of puts them in a spot, like what if they don't like your story kinda thing...I've learned, from my own experiences as well as others, on Lush and elsewhere, that you should appreciate whatever feedback you get...and hopefully take away something from it...But, if you go asking for unsolicited feedback...you're looking for trouble...just sayin' I agree. If I wanted to give feedback on a story I would leave a comment or message you myself.
NO! You're not alone. I have a major issue when people can't be bothered at least making an effort to use grammar and spelling. What you write in a text message to your friends is up to you, but not in a document that can be read by several others. Bad spelling and grammar is such a major turn-off to me!!! So true!
got a 71%, but it's rather lame. All the questions related to BDSM. Not into BDSM but I do love things most people would call kinkier than that, so doesn't seem to reflect it.
<img src="/forum/images/emoticons/spank.gif" alt="spank"> Pretty Kinky 78% <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/boobieflash2.gif" alt="boobieflash2">
<img src="/forum/images/emoticons/happy8.gif" alt="happy8"> Well, it shouldn't matter the gender so long as the story is good. Personally, it doesn't matter to me what gender the writer is. I've read crappy stories written by both female and male writers and I've read really amazing stories from writers of both genders. I think the reason why a female writer gets so many good reviews on writing a 'dirty' story is because it's not expected. I mean, women have been writing erotic stories for decades now and still it's sort of a taboo thing when they get in depth and really dirty. With men it's expected and it's not that the stories that men write aren't good it's just that we know that for the most part they have no problem getting raunchy with their words. So.. yea, that's the way I see it. I still think it shouldn't matter though.
Hot candle wax, Handcuffs, complete submission. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/embarassed.gif" alt="Embarassed">
I am not alone! :D ... If a story has too many grammatical errors I get an instant buzz kill! <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/crybaby2.gif" alt="crybaby"> It's like someone just flipped the off switch on my horny.
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