Ex air force, fed up with reality but what can ya do? Looking for a few laughs and some fun.On my first Lush incarnation I wrote stories, mainly reluctance based but the odd other (very odd?). Married Bluepiglet in the first ever Lush wedding, officiated by Curlygirly.
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Friday? Just Friday!?! Maz was free ballin' all weekend. Don't ask me how I know... Believe me CG, we all know how you know, an' we like it!
Long distance race car navigator.
The point is, if we are all, American, English etc, then idiots like our latest gunman will not have the cultural and ethnic reasons to kill. Is this not worth trying to work toward, rather than get picky?
All I am about to print is leading up to a question, so bear with me.From what I have read of the 2nd amendment etc, it does not give the right to carry guns, but protects the right to carry weapons of the time,(inc knives axes etc )assumed rights carried on from British paper work, rights assumed in order to protect people and property, but not actually granted, inwriting, by any authority.Race and religeon. At work, I have to remove a ham sandwhich from the fridge if a jewish colleague keeps kosha food in it.I have to remove a christmas card, if some one objects to it on religious grounds. If I apply for a job, I am asked for my sexual preferance, my age, sex and religion, and my racial origin. As am employee I am not meant to allowthese same things to affect my interaction with fellow staff or customers. As an employer I am not meant to let these things effect recruiting, but also I must employ various amounts of various ethnic, religious etc groups.Now I come to my question.Pakistani English. Indian English. African American. Korean Australian.If your grandparents are born in say, America, and your parents are born in America, and you are born in America, why are you not American?So my question is, how many generations does it take to become English? American? etc? When must we drop the two part nationality due to being so many generations away from part one?Until we figure this out, there will always be us, and them. People kill people, not guns knives and the rest, so until we remove the reason for killing,we may as well give out guns like driving licences. Maybe one day our nationality will be, Earthling.
While it is great for you two, all the men in Scotland are suffering a great loss. Look at them, http://vipmedia.globalnews.ca/2014/09/scotland-referendum-sept-19-6.jpg?w=512&h=288&crop=1
Suzie was a totally changed woman. At forty she was a prim, proper, helpful wife of a clergyman, and a sort of agony aunt for the community. At forty one however, Suzie had become, if not cock hungry, at least very willing to take the generous amount of cock that came her way. Mostly Thursdays and Fridays, when Jason, her vicar husband, stayed in another of the three parishes he covered. ...
Added 24 Jun 2015 | Category MILF
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S uzie was relieved. Sam, the postman had been sacked. Several house wives had complained about him being improper and three had recorded evidence. This meant she was only being unfaithful to her vicar husband Jason, with Jed. Jed lived in an old caravan in a field, out of the way, and did odd jobs. One was weeding the cemetery by the vicarage at Lower Bannerfield. His only change of...
Added 13 Apr 2015 | Category Reluctance
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Michelle dropped her son off to play sports. He was proud of his Mum, but street cred issues meant not always hanging onto her with his mates around. Some his mates and several others at the club thought they would like to hang around with her however. As former cabin crew, she had poise, looks, and was definitely in the Milf category. Her daughter was playing nurse to Dad. She was off to...
Added 13 Jan 2015 | Category MILF
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Or, The Postman always comes twice. Thursday. Even the word sent a shiver down Suzie's spine that ended up in her nether regions as a warm glow. Sinful, that's what it was. Sinful. If only her husband did not spend Thursday to Friday, sometimes Saturday, away at another Parish. Several weeks ago, Suzie had had her first encounter with Jed's manhood, ( See The Lady and the Tramp) and...
Added 10 Jan 2015 | Category Reluctance
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Suzie was generally happy with her life. Married to Jason, a Vicar, Suzie had become a sort of freelance amateur councillor, or agony Aunt, to her husbands flock, or at least the female half, and kept herself busy. Jason had three parishes to cover, that kept him busy. Suzie showed her face in all three places, but did more of the group stuff, flower club, help the heroes coffee mornings...
Added 08 Jan 2015 | Category Reluctance
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