Forum posts made by piquet

Topic Urging people towards the edge - in a chatroom.
Posted 13 Nov 2010 01:21

I don't mean to sound insensitive but - only in Japan!

There are Japanese men who have 'virtual girlfriends' and plastic replica women with whom they live and with whom they have relationships. These men give reasons such as , "She will never leave me" or "we have everything in common" There are more socially dysfunctional and emotionally immature people in Japan than in any country with similar standards of living. All quite sad.

It used to be that Japan imitated the West; now we would imitate Japan at our peril.

Topic Sexiest Fictional Character
Posted 07 Nov 2010 06:08

Thanks Eiotis, I enjoyed that !!! Seeing the original makes the Hollywood rip-off look even lamer.

Topic Sexiest Fictional Character
Posted 05 Nov 2010 23:45

Without a doubt NYPD Detective Sara Pezzini aka bearer of the Witchblade. nude sara.jpg

Topic Sexy Angels!
Posted 03 Nov 2010 08:13

Here's another by the great Jason Brooks. Brooks angel.jpg

Topic Sexy Angels!
Posted 03 Nov 2010 00:40

Sara Pezzini (the brunette) and Danielle Baptiste from Witchblade - coolest comic series of all time.

Topic Would you fuck the person above you?
Posted 31 Oct 2010 19:52

Not only would I bring Slutpuppie to the very pinnacle of extacy but I'd come back for more. Beauty such as hers deserves my repeated attentions.

Topic Do you believe in "God"?
Posted 07 Sep 2010 01:43

When asked, "Do you believe in God?" Always ask, "Which God?" In the book of Exodus God himself tells the Israelites that there are other gods and that he is a jealous god and that they are to worship only him.

So if you must believe in a 'god' which god do choose? If one chooses to follow no god and to lead a virtuous life then you confound Pope, priest, preacher, religion, sect, Heaven and Hell.

Topic Do you believe in "God"?
Posted 04 Sep 2010 00:10

I'm an agnostic and when anyone asks me, "Do you believe in God?" My answer always is, "I believe in the possibiltiy of the existence of God but also in the probability that God does not exist." At which my questioner (usually a fundamentalist Christian) is usually confused and perplexed.

If you claim to be a logical, scientific person you cannot really prove or disprove anything. Life is a matter of probabilities and in 2010 the probability of there being a God as he is described in the Bible is looking rather low.

Topic Idealism v Pragmatism
Posted 28 Aug 2010 20:33

The idealistic man imagines the intelligent, classy and sophisticated woman of his dreams while wanking pragmatically in front of a picture of Megan Fox.

Topic Us versus Them
Posted 27 Aug 2010 05:46

A brief autobiographical anecdote if I may :

In 1980 I returned to Athens, Greece, the city in which I was born. I was on holiday and feeling very nostalgic about the city which I had left as a seven year old to become an Australian. I went into a barbershop and in my politest Greek I said to the barber, "I would like you to cut my hair please." He was dumbstruck, as though I had insulted his mother. After a moment he asked me, "Where do you come from? Nobody speaks like that here any more."

Topic Things that cheer you up
Posted 20 Aug 2010 05:51

Butternut Honey Snaps
Vegimite On Toast (it's an Aussie thing)
Winning on Ebay
My girl's Smile
Our baby.............oh, and Lush.

Topic Sexy Redheads....
Posted 17 Aug 2010 02:27 b.jpg

Ariel, O Ariel !

Topic Post a Pic for the user above you........
Posted 25 Jul 2010 05:38

Knock yourself out Tubby !

Topic An After Life?
Posted 14 Jul 2010 01:20

While the romantic me would like to believe in an aferlife, the rational me is looking increasingly sceptical about it.

I think this question comes down to whether we believe that there is such a thing as 'the soul' or whether it is really our mind and consciousness. The mind slows with age and our senses fade so are we to believe that all our faculties are somehow miraculously restored in 'Heaven' or 'Hell'?

When we bleed, each of our blood cells is alive and can continue to live and function in the body of another person. Do each of these cells have a soul? Does the heart that can be transplanted or the kidney? I very much doubt it.

But there are different degrees of consciousness too. Plants live but are they conscious of their own existence? Animals are but most of them seem to be ignorant of mortality. So where on the scale of consciousness are humans? I am willing to believe that we might go from one level to another. But if it is a higher or a lower level, who is to say?

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 12 Jul 2010 01:24

If you do teach creationism in schools, which creation story do you teach? The Judeo-Christian version, the Hindu version, the Zoroastrian or the ancient Egyptian?

Don't laugh at the latter either, I've met people who worship the Egyptian gods sincerely and devoutly. Their beliefs are just as legitimate and worthy of respect as those of anyone else. Our Australian Aboriginies have a plethora of creation stories. Their beliefs should be respected also.

While there are countless religions, sects and systems of faith; all of which are in conflict with each other and have been for centuries, there is only one science.

Topic Capital Punishment
Posted 25 Jun 2010 23:02

Here in Australia, we had capital punishment until the 60s. It was discontinued because it was being used by the government and the police as a form of social control and a method of public intimidation.

The last man to be hanged in Australia was almost certaily innocent; the case against him would not have stood up in court today but it was felt by the authorities at the time that it was more imortant to make an example of this man than to do justice properly.

I am against capital punishment in 99% of cases except those involving the murder and abuse of children and in cases such as that of Ted Bundy who admit thay they are likely to re-offend if released.

Interesting debate.

Topic Why do couples like holding hands?
Posted 13 Jun 2010 17:00

As with many of the rituals of love and courtship there is a long tradition of holding hands in Europe.

The ritual of the promenade in the town square at dusk is one, where couples walk not only hand in hand but 'agazze', that is with the woman's forearm tucked under the man's and their hands entwined. The man walks half a step ahead of the woman and keeps her close.

I remember my grandparents walking like this and when Louise and I travelled back to the old country (in 1996) we often promenaded agazze. Noticing us, one old guy said to me, "Ah, but you are a gentleman of the old school." A compliment indeed !

Topic Why do couples like holding hands?
Posted 12 Jun 2010 23:19

Why do couples hold hands?....Hmmmmmm, I guess because fucking in public is banned in most countries......pity.

Topic Look! My frangipani bloomed!
Posted 10 Jun 2010 17:28

Well, I've got a few potatoes growing but I sure as hell can't beat your frangipani. Honestly they are beautiful and bring a little of the South Pacific right to your door.

Topic Would you rather go to heaven for the climate or hell for the company?
Posted 10 Jun 2010 16:34

Once upon a time, there was Larry the Lobster and Sam the Clam. They were the best of friends. One day, they were both killed. Larry the Lobster went to Heaven and Sam the Clam went to Hell. Larry the Lobster missed Sam the Clam so much, he asked God if he could go to Hell to visit Sam. God agreed, but he told Larry not to forget his harp.

Larry the Lobster agreed and down to Hell he went. When he found Sam the Clam, he had his own Disco in hell. Larry the Lobster had such a great time with Sam the Clam, that he lost all track of time. Larry heard the voice of God saying "Larry you must come back to Heaven."

Larry ran as fast as he could back to Heaven. When God saw Larry, he said, "Where is your Harp?"

Larry replied, "I left my Harp in Sam Clam's Disco."

hello1 Haven't heard this one for years. The Aussie version has Mud Crab and his cousin Sand Crab, hence Sand Crab's disco. Well Done.

Topic Sandra Bullock turning lesbian?
Posted 09 Jun 2010 23:21

Ok, does anyone remember 'Demolition Man'? It was a pretty forgettable Sly Stallone action film but for his smokin hot co star !!!

I've loved Sandra ever since. Like lots of women, she seems to have a thing for 'bad boys' but I think she's a big enough girl to cope without any life changing events like turning.

Topic Would you rather go to heaven for the climate or hell for the company?
Posted 09 Jun 2010 23:15

Someone once said, " Hell is life's great afterparty."

.............oh, that was me !

Topic A relationship without intercourse...
Posted 09 Jun 2010 20:54 not a relationship.

I'm reminded of a cartoon that appeared in Penthouse magazine back in the 80s. A teen boy was trying to seduce a teen girl. The caption was, "And I'll wear a condom so you'll still be a virgin."

Topic Men Surgically Re-designed
Posted 08 Jun 2010 01:16

My cock enhances itself. The more aroused I become; the longer, wider and harder it gets. Within reason of course.

Topic Are breast implants a turn-off or turn-on?
Posted 08 Jun 2010 01:08

Is plastic fantastic? No way !

Topic Funny As !
Posted 29 May 2010 21:38

Someone's tribute to the band Nikita's 'Verevki."!v=FxxY3bX_Uas&feature=related

Topic What are you listening to right now?
Posted 29 May 2010 20:55

Act II of the opera 'Alcyone' by the great 17th century French composer Marin Marais.

Topic Why is Canada better than the USA?
Posted 27 May 2010 14:26

I've often heard it said that if an American and an Australian have a baby, that child would make a great Canadian.

Topic Hot and Horny and In Need Of Help?
Posted 25 May 2010 07:09

Feel free to hand over the hammer guys. I don't get any cyber requests anyway. evil4

Hmmm, I think your avatar might have something to do with it Painter. No offence.

Topic what is your favorite movie quote
Posted 17 May 2010 05:24

"Ten men waiting at my door ! Send one of them home, I'm tired tonight."

- Mae West