Topic Pillow talk
16 Aug 2015 09:29
Sex is more of a non-verbal communication with me. After sex, everything has been said that I want to hear. Just let me cuddle up and sigh~
WHAT she said is true for a lot of guys I'm sure ... at least it was for me. I loved (as still long for) the warm, naked cuddle.
Topic WHO is The Biggest Flirt Upon Lush Stories?
16 Aug 2015 06:14
I saw the question and my immediate thought was Miss Giggles (aka SPRITE).
As far as guys are concerned, we don't flirt ... we just openly drool and display our lust!!
Topic Lesbian or LGBT?
02 Aug 2015 07:23
even if we did have a separate forum for lesbians, it wouldn't be private. all forums are open for all readers to both view and to post in.
MISS SPRITNESS ... there IS a LADIES ONLY section
Topic Post Selfies
02 Aug 2015 07:21
ok, you go first, tho :)
BUT your avatar IS a selfie ... pussy and all!!
Topic Guilty or Innocent.
01 Aug 2015 20:40
Innocent...never had phone sex while driving...I dont even text or talk on the phone while driving. I like living too much.
Phone sex, at all, with anyone?
I am VERY frightened by the number of people I see daily texting. I do use the phone (headset!!) while driving, but if driving gets "complicated", I'll hang up.
GUILTY: Phone sex in my humble opinion is much more real than the written cyber. ... works much better when you are using headsets and don't have to hold the phone in your hand.
28 Jul 2015 17:23
MEDIUM .... as in somewhere between raw and sacrificed!!
Topic Guilty or Innocent.
28 Jul 2015 16:57
Have you ever answered the phone while having sex?
GUILTY ... and it was my Dad. He said..."you sound like you are not alone". SHORT phone call. This was over 40 years ago and with fiance`
PHONE SEX while driving?? Did you "O"??
Topic The Age of Distraction
25 Jul 2015 06:31
Disclaimer : The following opinion is that of a middle school teacher and the parent of an adult young man whom I worked very hard to raise. I am also a teacher. I teach students in the age range of 11-14.
When my son was young, there were no tablets (iPads, Androids, etc.) The internet was just on the horizon (and I'm talking about the old dial-up dinosaur.) My son played with Legos, blocks, Lincoln Logs, stuffed toys, cars, and other stuff. As he got older, I did expose him to a computer and video games. When it was clear his school work was suffering, the TV was turned off, the video game was put away, & his phone was taken away until I saw the changes necessary to let him have these items back.
I can say from what I've seen... a lot of parents don't do the same. I'm not saying ALL parents... but more than I would care to see. A friend of mine has a 3 year old daughter. When the child was about 1-ish, my friend posted on Facebook that her daughter was having a meltdown because her iPad's battery had died. I had to fight to bite my tongue. Why is the "go-to" toy for a 1 year old child an iPad? What happened to a stuffed toy (teddy bear, doll, dog, whatever)?
Parents are stuffing electronic devices into their child's hands to act as the electronic babysitters. There are now 5 year-olds who don't know how to use a real book. It doesn't sing, it doesn't talk, if they touch the cover or the pages, they don't react.
I'm all for incorporating technology into education... but not for the sake of the technology. I enjoyed the nights when I read stories to my son before he went to bed. We read the same books so often I nearly had them memorized. Later, he read them to me. He does enjoy video games... and he's the king of the texting people (so kidding here... but he is of that group of people) but he can and will pick up a real book and enjoy.
Technology is not the end all solution. Kids can find the answers to any questions they have. The problem is... they don't know what is a credible source and what is crap. They are still learning that rule about everything on the internet might not be the truth, and you must check your sources and double check your facts.
Kids can think... the problem is they don't know what to believe.
Do teachers have "term paper" assignments anymore? Do kids have to go to the library and actually look at and handle real books? I'm sure that "education" has changed a bit over the 50 ears since I was in high school, but as it really been made better?
IMHO ... Teachers are 1/2 step away from sainthood!!
Topic Say something nice about the profile of the person above you
12 Jul 2015 05:19
MISS SPRITE's comments about the poster above her also VERY MUCH apply to herself. Sprite may appear to many as shallow and sarcastic, but there is a real depth to her that this old guy (me) GREATLY admires. She is NOT to be trifled with! She is scary brilliant. I'm honored to call her "friend".... Miss Giggles!!