Forum posts made by rumpleforeskin

Topic Genitalia Reference
Posted 26 Aug 2016 09:17

For me, it often depends on the tone of the sex. If it's emotional and romantic, slow and sensual, I tend to stick with more flowery terms, like core, center, chanel, lips, folds, slit, and pussy . Something more active, more passionate, will earn words like cunt, snatch, quim , and the ones above with more vivid descriptors, like tight, eager, dripping, hungry, needy, swollen. The most depraved of scenes that I will write tend to use terms like fuckhole , along with very hedonistic descriptors and the other words above.

It's all about being creative within the kind of scene that you're wanting to paint. :)

I agree, approximately 100%. BTW, I've also had female type writers express some reservations about 'cunt'. FWIW, I wouldn't use it in a romantic scene. On the other hand, 'woo-woo' is probably best avoided or used very carefully. ;)

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 25 Aug 2016 21:37

Greetings, Gil. If you want something really, really, really strong, there's Buz's 'Hunch Punch' made with fruit and other odds and ends from the 'fridge plus a heapin' helpin' of EverClear. There's also the renowned, Rumplation's Gorilla Killer, a double-shot of 151 rum with just enough cola to make it legal.

Either one of those should make you feel right at home with old Coma and Tose.

So what'll ya have?

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 25 Aug 2016 07:19

Greetings, leading Lushers. Well, I'm telling you my little feelings are hurt. Here I spent a good five minutes or so trying to make my sig line all pretty for y'all and what response do I get ...nada. Okay, truth be told, all I did was delete my history contest also-ran in favor of my one and only 'Recommended Read'.

Speaking of dem RR's, I will admit to kind of hoping my "Friends" story might earn my second RR. No such luck, of course. But then came all those stories mentioned above followed by VG's latest 'Plane Whore' sexcapade, and none of them have gotten an RR.

That doesn't make me feel any better, of course, but I no longer feel so alone. ;)

So what do you deadbeats want to drink?

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 23 Aug 2016 04:01

Greetings, wanderers in the land of Lush.

Okay, it's time for y'all to get squared away for some serious, and enjoyable, reading.

OceanRunner's, "Harder, Harder, Harder," will get even the most sedentary of couch potatos out on the track...not running, you understand, but looking for some of those hot-body female-type runners he's featured in his last two stories. Both stories are easy fives. There are links on Mike's last post here. Check 'em out.

Verbal's, "Holes" is not your average stroke story. but an intensely erotic look into the emotional side of love and sex. Many of the regulars here have already left thoughtful, flattering comments. Read this and join the crowd.

Old buddy Buz's latest story, "Bat Girl" is what the film, "Bull Durham" should have been. If you like baseball and steamy, dressing-room sex, check this one out.

Hot WifeForYou (Carol) has just posted "Our Journey Continues" an intimate 'story' about a middle-age couple dealing with their evolving sexual relationship. The prose is both hot and very well-done. Check it out.

Okay, there's a fresh pot of coffee for those craving the caffeinated, low-impact end of the speed spectrum. Add enough brandy and it's not half bad.

And in conclusion, my thanks for the votes and kind comments on my "What Are Friends For" love story. I'm just glad it got on and off the main page before all these 'killer' stories showed up.

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 20 Aug 2016 18:07

"What Are Friends For?" my latest insult to good taste and English letters, has been officially posted and is, at the moment, appearing on the main page here at LUSH. It's a short read (1500 wd) and a love story that's not too sappy...I hope. Anyway, if you get a chance, check it out at:

https://

VG in Norway, bet y'all think I'm about to make some crude remark about 'piece prizes' but not me, no way, that's just not the way old Rumple rolls...honest. ;)

Verbal, once upon a time, back when the number of good writers was much, much smaller here at LUSH, my name would, on rare occasions, make touch-and-go type appearances on that list. Apparently they recalculate it every day. Still with the number of quality writers now posting on LUSH, any appearance, no matter how brief, is an honor.

And in conclusion, here's the link, one more time, to my latest labor of LUSH love.

https://

BTW, what do you clowns want to drink? VG, there ain't none of that fancy pants hooch around here. What about I make you a double martini with Gunga Gin? Mike had a couple and hasn't complained since. The stuff should set you up for whatever dem Vikings have to offer.

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 19 Aug 2016 20:20

Me, I've got those low-down, double-post blues. (sigh)

Mike, you are correct, as usual. To make things even worse, I just checked and, at the moment, Verbal is no longer on the sacred 'Top Author' list. (sigh, sigh) None of that has any bearing on the contest, of course. Nic is fanatical about the contest being legit and the winners being the best of the best. Of course, that does make one wonder how the hell I ever managed to sneak in as a winner. ;)

And while I have the floor (on my third edit of this frazzling post) thanks for the kind comment and the even kinder offer to "endure the unendurable" by looking over my story. ;)
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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 19 Aug 2016 19:52

Weekend greetings, dwellers in the land of Lush. While malingering with intent to loiter on the home page yesterday, I noticed that three of our own, Seeker, VG and Verbal were on the 'Top Authrs' list. And wait, there's more! The contests entries of VG and Verbal were on the 'Story Picks' list. Now Verbal, don't go getting the big head, you've already dropped from the 'Authors' list. (No doubt a vast conspiracy of some sort).

Anyway, mega congrats to all youse guys on earning such Lushh renown.

So who's gonna pay for the first round for all the house?

Turning to a less ebullient topic, in a moment of weakness, Gil had, bless her heart, agreed to give my next Sush story a look-see. Sad to say, but 'real life' came down on her and she let me know my story is buried somewhere deep in the debris.

No big deal about my story. It's not a contest entry. I just wanted a female-type perspective and picked on her instead of VG because she (Gil not VG) had the most recent post. With luck, I may get some helpful feedback, either in the comments or, even better, here. So I'm just going to submit it (with the help of Nic on account as how my screen reader and the Lush auto sub feature don't get along)

The main thing is to keep your fingers, toes, and/or eyes crossed that Gill comes out of this current situation ready to kick ass and take names.

Okay, so like I said, Seeker, VG, Verbal, which one of youse 'Top Author' types is buying the first round?

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Topic Who is the most famous person you have ever met?
Posted 18 Aug 2016 22:06

Does having a "come to Jesus" meeting the the office of your high school principal count?

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 17 Aug 2016 17:17

Greetings, Mike. At the moment, it sounds like Hendricks is locked in the storeroom with Tanya the Trailer Tramp, so you're stuck with me. What about a double-shot of
Gunga Gin' with a hint of vermouth? Knock off a couple of those and the third will almost seem potable.

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 16 Aug 2016 22:07

Mike, yep, I'm blinder than any known bat. First got my eyes messed up in Vietnam. Managed to save the sight in one eye thanks to much surgery. Then about six years ago, a detached retina got it. Sometimes I don't remind folks often enough about my being blind or that I use a screen reader to 'listen' to printed material on my computer. Thing is,I like to consider myself a Lusher who is blind, instad of a 'blind Lusher' if that makes any sense.

VG as a sexy, if water-logged synchronized swimmer. My quota of new material for sexual fantasy has just peaked. As far as smiling underwater goes, how tough can that be? After all, Ester Williams did it for years. ;).

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 16 Aug 2016 21:15

Evening, Mike. I hear you about sprinters. Best I recall, Jackie Joyner in her racing prime was still a doll.

This is my second 'no see' Olympics. I'm just glad rhythmic gymnastics and synchronized swimming had come along in time for me to get in some serious ogling.

So what'll you have to drink?

glasses8 ;)

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 16 Aug 2016 20:58

Hi ya, Buz. I've been drunk on Bourbon Street more than once or twice myself, but never enough to spend money on a tat instead of 'just one more' Hurricane. ;)

So you want another Lone Star?

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 16 Aug 2016 20:35

Greetings, Lush Lady Gil. Tell you what, I'll make you a "You do me a favor and I'll add three umbrellas to your drink" type offer.

I've just finished a 1500 word, Love Story' title, "What Are Friends For?" I'm in need of someone to give it a good going over. I've piddled with it so much the summer, I'm not sure the story line holds up and typos, punctuation, spelling and other horrors may abound.

So what about it, little lady? (waves three cocktail umbrellas in front of Gil) Do we have an understanding?

Here's the first paragraph just to give you warning of what you'd be getting into.

* She blew in like a pissed off F5 tornado, shouted, "Don't say a fucking thing,”slammed the door shut,and slung her purse across the room. It ricocheted away from my butt-weary couch, cleared off the end table, then teetered briefly at the edge before following the displaced debris onto the floor. Only the reading lamp survived, leaning drunkenly against the wall , shade tilted at a precarious angle, light flickering, as if wondering what the hell just happened. *

But seriously, gal. If you're too busy or just plain don't wanna, no problem. Just understand you'll only get two umbrellas in your champagne cocktail. ;)

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 15 Aug 2016 16:04

Greetings, fellow players in the great game of life. (sips on an 'adult beverage)

You know, way, way back in '72, the near-mythic, Alice Cooper, came out with a great number simply title, "Elected". Listening to it now, I'm wondering if it's not even more relevant tody.

Click on the link and judge for yourself.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1i4EnjRKVQw

Sober reflection is not encouraged around here. So what'll y'all have to drink?

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 14 Aug 2016 21:03

(slides a double-margarita in a chilled glass over to over-heated Mike)

Enjoyed your competition entry, OR. Just one question: I wrote sports, both online and print, for many years. I've known female athletes in basketball, tennis, swimming, volleyball, etc. who had the looks and build to possibly, just possibly, make a go as a stripper. However, I've never known a competitive female runner who could pull off that trick. The ones I've known were just too lean and taut for the job. I'd never question someone with your handle about running or runners, but would you mind sharing a bit more info about the model for your runner?

Just asking, you understand. Ready for a refill?

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Topic Irregular verbs
Posted 14 Aug 2016 16:06

Oh, you naughty grammarians. I'm flashing back to 9th grade English where my erotic daydreams would be interrupted by the teacher calling on me to go up to the board and diagram some fool sentence. Still, no doubt about it, it's tough not to like a string of posts that are both informative and LOL funny. That is, of course, strictly my humble opinion. ;)

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 13 Aug 2016 10:04

Greetings, guys and gals. No doubt about it, August grinds you down. And now it's damn near washing away a bunch of my homies in south Louisiana.

Hope the 7-Up eased your evening, Gil. And Verbal, what can I say? 'Berhuggers' Bourbon never fails.

Anybody need refills or maybe a cup of Rumplations' own version of coffee?

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Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 12 Aug 2016 19:11

Someone other than this guy:

Donald Trump is an ignorant, wildly dishonest, erratic, immature, bullying egomaniac. On the other hand, he’s a terrible person.
--Paul Krugman, in the NY Times--

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Topic Shiny Pretty - a hardcore latex bondage bdsm story by Sprite.
Posted 12 Aug 2016 19:05

Your story needs some love, you say? Okay, I'll squeeze her and hug her and call her, Olivia. How's that?

Speaking of, how's, you said there's more to come. How many more installments and how long before the nextd one gets posted?

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Topic Irregular verbs
Posted 12 Aug 2016 18:55

Just because a verb happens to be "irregular" doesn't mean it should be denied our tolerance and respect. And in conclusion, may I add that in the future, they should be referred to as: "Verbss with different regularities".

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Topic International Smutty Book Lovers Day!
Posted 12 Aug 2016 11:27

ABG wrote:
You are truly the coolest of the cool. 💋

xxx

It's just the shades. They fool a lot of folks. ;)

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 12 Aug 2016 09:31

Greetings, Lush Lady Gil. Okay, so you need a soda, at least during this pill popping period. Just so happens there's a few bottles of good old RC Cola back in the storeroom. And tucked away under the bar, is a bottle or two of original formula 7-Up. That's the stuff with a dose of lithium to help chase away dem blues you might be feeling due to no booze being on your current menu.

So what'll it be?

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Topic Story Feedback
Posted 11 Aug 2016 20:39

Like most Lush voters, I usually give a five. While my '4' votes are rare, I only give them to writers who strike me as having the potential to become even better.That's why I always include a reason why in my comment. I try to keep it constructive, writer-to-writer. Sometimes, a PM is the best way to go. As for comments I get...what I crave is 'why' as in why did it suck or why did you find it tolerable. For me, those comments are priceless.

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Topic International Smutty Book Lovers Day!
Posted 11 Aug 2016 17:12

At the risk of causing Ms ABG to suffer an injury, I suspect the Zane she asked about isn't Mr. Gray, the famed writer of westerns, but the author of "Addicted."

So how'd I do? :)

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Topic International Smutty Book Lovers Day!
Posted 11 Aug 2016 16:23

Oh, most definitely not average one, do you have any thoughts on the books of, Eric Dicky?

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 11 Aug 2016 13:54

(slides a rum and coke made with 151 proof rum over to Seeker) Here you go Hoss. Don't worry about paying. Your story "Sweat" was so good, I'm going to put the charge on, Verbal's bill.

Of course, after reading his latest 'Shards' this one sub-titled, 'Bound' I may be lead to charge his drink to your account.

Anyway, for the rest of you cultural cretins, Seeker and Verbal both have new stories on the main Page. There's a link to Seekers' story, "Sweat" in the prior link. Maybe Verbal will drop off a link to his any time now.

That said, I've read both, am a better Lusher for the experience, and gave both well-earned fives. So order your drinks now and then go check 'em out.

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 10 Aug 2016 19:06

Greetings, Buz. One icey cold, Lone Star beer, coming up.

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 10 Aug 2016 18:41

Greetings, Seeker. Irish coffee might be just what the doctor ordered.

Sorry to read about the death of another great Canadian, ESPN star, John Saunders. I always enjoyed his work. Besides, it's always a bummer when someone younger than me checks out.

Me, I'm also in something liked shocked mourning. The local news hounds are saying police have raided a massage parlor, The Relaxation Station, and arrested some folks for, get this, prostitution. I mean, can you believe a massage parlor would permit something like that? I'm shocked, I tell you shocked!

Here you go, Seeker. Had to use Beaver Breath Brandy, but the coffee should kill the taste, with luck.

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Topic International Smutty Book Lovers Day!
Posted 10 Aug 2016 10:37

Back in my 'seeing' days, "The Illustrated Story of O" made one helluva big impression on me...strictly from an artistic point of view, honest. ;)

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 09 Aug 2016 20:59

Evening, folks.

Verbal, I just got a sample bottle of Redneck's Revenge Whiskey. Not sure about the price or alcohol content, but the label does advise not to spill any on your car's paint job. So I guess that'll do you about right.

Gil, I've gotten an idea for a story but I'm still piddling with one I've been on for weeks. Want me to whip up two Shirley Temples?

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