Forum posts made by buz

Topic What do you think of girls who use fake profile gallery pics?
Posted 02 Sep 2015 12:01

It's certainly not worth getting one's panties or boxers in a wad over it. I really don't care. This is a fantasy site where people should be welcome to hide their true identity for many reasons obvious to anyone with a brain.

Topic Oral vs Vaginal
Posted 01 Sep 2015 21:37

I love getting head, but I love vaginal sex even more. I love giving oral to my wife. Really, I love all there is about it, the foreplay and extending it out as long as possible. There are times for quickies, but serious extended sex, where you touch as many buttons as possible, that's great. And usually extended foreplay somehow makes the act of fucking last even longer, gives you more staying power, more mental control. I like it when my wife keeps talking about how good it was all day the next day. And if it's really good she will go on and on. And that gets me in the mood to go again.

Topic Do girls really like anal?
Posted 01 Sep 2015 21:19

My wife likes anal more than I do. Usually when we do anal, she asks for it. We more often fuck vaginally while she is buttplugged. Really it's just changing up for variety.

Topic How do you feel about being fucked in row?
Posted 01 Sep 2015 20:22

In college we'd call that a gangbang and narrowing it down we'd call it 'pulling a train' like Bethany said above. It was by far the most popular gangbang format in college, but usually with 2 girls each on a different bed in the same room and a crowd watching and cheering. And usually the chicks competed to see who could talk the dirtiest, moan the loudest and put on the best show.

Sorority chicks, don't ya love 'em?

Topic Google's new logo - love it? hate it? not fussed?
Posted 01 Sep 2015 20:17

Google had a brand new typeface designed for their new logo, but it very closely resembles other typefonts already in use. I give it low marks for creativity and originality. It's very bland. Take away the colors and it looks like the logo for a department store.

Topic doggy style or cowgirl
Posted 31 Aug 2015 19:04

I like both pretty much equal.

Topic Cops Out of Control.
Posted 31 Aug 2015 17:58

In reference to WMM's post above, the US Courts have ruled that it is within citizen's constitutional rights to video the police in action, making arrests and so forth. The police have been trying to get around this by arresting the citizen making the video on other charges. As citizens we cannot allow police to get away with that. Don't sit by idly taking that kind of illegal abuse by the police, take this battle to your elected officials and don't let up.

Topic Eggs - in the fridge or no?
Posted 29 Aug 2015 11:24

I don't know of a supermarket that doesn't sell them from normal shelf space rather than a fridge unit or chilled shelves. Having said that I put eggs in the fridge when I get them home.

On another note I apprehended a thief on Fryday. He tried to poach some eggs. I fried to catch him and managed to crack him on the head. He ended up in a scrambled heap on the floor! It was very eggciting, especially as everything turned out all-white in the end Embarassed

That's quite an eggstravaganza. You did an eggcellent job of handling that. Did anyone egg you on?

I've only ever seen people put eggs in the refrigerator. That's what I do.

Topic Denounce your faith to save your life or that of loved ones
Posted 29 Aug 2015 10:15

The question is not about this specific incident or ISIS in general. There are well known stories with a similar convert-or-else theme. Like the ones where, in the past, Jewish children were sometimes secretly babtized with the help of a Catholic maid (maids working for Jewish families were often Catholic as they were allowed to work on Saturdays), after which they were taken away from the parents. The only way for the parents to get their kids back was for them to get babtized as well. There were cases where the parents refused this. And I can't help but wonder why, cause Catholic babtism doesn't mean anything to Jews. Performing a meaningless ritual seems like a trivial thing to do to get one's child back.

Hey Bi, I see what your'e saying. If it were just me, no I wouldn't denounce my faith. Knowing that they are going to kill me, I would hope I have enough warrior spirit to find a way to take a few of them with me. If unable to do that, I guess I'd just be killed.

Now if children were involved and held hostage with their lives threatened, that is a much more difficult decision and I'd probably do whatever I had to do in order to save their lives. But the God I believe in would've already forgiven me for anything done under extreme duress. My Christian beliefs have very little in common with the Catholic church, so anything in comparison with them does not fit. Being baptized does not make one a Christian nor does it give them salvation, it is only symbolic. Any kind of forced conversion to anything is empty and meaningless.

Topic I Would Like To Announce...
Posted 29 Aug 2015 09:55

It's a great three part series and I highly recommend it. Congratulations on the Outstanding Series Award.

Topic Gav's Performance Review
Posted 27 Aug 2015 18:10

Gav always does an awesome job. This is one very large and complex site, which is why it is so popular. Anytime problems occur, Gav jumps right on it and soon has it back to 100%.

I am noticing how smoking fast Lush is now.

Thanks for doing an awesome job. Gav!

Topic What's for dinner tonight?
Posted 26 Aug 2015 20:15

Tacos, rice and beer.

Topic have you ever been to a nude or clothing opitional beach, location and will you return?
Posted 26 Aug 2015 19:59

Yes and Yes! Beach nekkidness is fun. But keep the sand out of those crevices and don't let the jellyfish bite your pecker.

Topic Tattoos
Posted 26 Aug 2015 19:55

I have a few.

Topic What do you think about people who have no pics on their profiles?
Posted 26 Aug 2015 19:53

Frauds and con-artists, the lot of them.

I'm also dubious about people who have cartoons as their avatar. This is an adult site, for goodness' sake.

Absolutely! I'm always leery of cartoon avatars.

Topic Friends activity
Posted 26 Aug 2015 14:48

It should all be fixed now. :d/

Topic How do you react when you see a guy with a bulge?
Posted 26 Aug 2015 11:19

The old Battle of the Bulge problem. It's really embarrassing when that bulge starts to uncontrollably dance The Texas Two Step.

Topic Are You a Thread Killer?
Posted 26 Aug 2015 07:24


That's a thread revival. Can I get an amen, somebody?

Topic What is your ideal sexual partner?
Posted 25 Aug 2015 21:48

Gorgeous, a sizzling libido, smoking hot body, some tattoos and piercings, the sexiest twisty butt walk in the Western Hemisphere (oh fuck that, the entire planet), can punch the hell out a heavy bag and any bitch around, and loves to ride motorcycles.

Topic A note to Moderators
Posted 25 Aug 2015 21:39

I want peanut butter cookies!

Topic Ideas for future competitions
Posted 25 Aug 2015 21:32

But to return to topic...
xx SF

I think we should have a Stephanie's Night On The Town Competition and all entries have to be in the Fantasy & Sci Fi, Humor or MILF categories.


Topic Denounce your faith to save your life or that of loved ones
Posted 25 Aug 2015 14:52

ISIS is not reasonable at all. They would kill you regardless. And if you have no religious belief they might even hate you worse. But no doubt they hate western culture.

Topic Bodybuilding (Tips, Tricks & Info)
Posted 23 Aug 2015 17:16

I use very heavy weight with low reps for bulking. Lighter weight and lots of reps for toning/cutting. It is good to change up your routine, drop and add some lifts every 4 months or so. I've always done a lot of cardio - running, biking & swimming. I did the supplement thing for awhile but since I'm not bulking anymore I don't do that.

I always split work outs.

Topic Cops Out of Control.
Posted 23 Aug 2015 08:01

I posted several links from established sources that helped prove our points that the police in the USA are out of control. WeavingDreams obviously dismissed them without reading. A trait I think he is well known around here for. He asserted that they were all liberal links. That is far from the case. If he had been able to open his closed mind he would have seen that the most damning link came from a very conservative website.

In fact this quote comes from conservative sources:

"A Department of Justice study revealed that a whopping 84 percent of police officers report that they’ve seen colleagues use excessive force on civilians, and 61 percent admit they don’t always report “even serious criminal violations that involve abuse of authority by fellow officers.”

It goes on to say:

"Police brutality is a pervasive problem, exacerbated by systemic failures to curb it. That’s not to say that every officer is ill-intentioned or abusive, but it is to suggest that the common assumption that police are generally using their authority in a trustworthy manner merits serious reconsideration. As John Adams wrote to Jefferson, “Power always thinks it has a great soul,” and it cannot be trusted if left unchecked."

I also say to you all, use your own eyes and ears. Do you see a pervasive problem of police abuse of power? I certainly do. It is very common and exhibits itself on a daily basis across America. There is overwhelming statistical data proving this and especially showing that abusive police violence is more often used against Africa-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities. And yes the links I posted earlier prove that point.

What happened twenty years ago does not matter as does what happened back in the Spanish Inquisition. It's just not relevant anymore. This is the here and now and past problems cannot be allowed to continue. What is relevant is the here and now, the current injustice that WE can change. Police brutality is a common and growing problem. It is out of control. The few good police are overshadowed by the bad.

Major steps need top be taken to get abusive police power under control, even if it takes passing a new Constitutional Amendment. All US citizens need to contact their elected officials. Use email or snail mail or both, just get the job done. If your elected officials don't comply, organize your community to vote and kick them out of office. You can start at the Federal level by contacting your US Senators, your US Congressperson, the President. Their email and mailing address contacts are easy to find. Just Google their names. Then start at the state level by contacting your state Senator and Congressperson along with the Governor. And that's not all, you can lobby your municipality by contacting your city or town mayor and city council members, and county or parish commissioners.

You as citizens can fight back against police brutality. Use your cell phones to video abusive police in action and turn that over to the media. In fact, Federal Courts have ruled that YOU have every right as a citizen to do just that. You have legal recourse by hiring an attorney and using the courts. This is a fight for your civil rights, justice, liberty and equality! Americans have always been known to fight for what is right, so live up to your character.

Topic Cops Out of Control.
Posted 22 Aug 2015 13:30

Cops Out of Control... absolutely!

“A Department of Justice study revealed that a whopping 84 percent of police officers report that they’ve seen colleagues use excessive force on civilians, and 61 percent admit they don’t always report “even serious criminal violations that involve abuse of authority by fellow officers.”

Topic Cops Out of Control.
Posted 22 Aug 2015 08:59

I have been a night club bouncer years ago

I did't know you have been a night club bouncer. I can't think of a more mind expanding occupation. In that case I bow before your omnipotence. notworthy

I guess you're right, when all of these police kill and maim unarmed and innocent citizens, perform their duties as if they are Nazi Gestapo, single out people of color for special abuse and mistreatment, they are just doing society a favor. Thanks for clearing that all up for us. All we needed was for a former night club bouncer to enlighten us.

Topic Cops Out of Control.
Posted 22 Aug 2015 08:31

Let's see, a post about a few incidents that could have happened anywhere in the world are supposed to be indicative of something? Where's the "comprehension" problem? Do I think that any of it was justifiable? NO! Not here or anywhere else. BUT, as this IS a nation of over 300 million people with police forces throughout the country it's ridiculous to think that some things of that sort WON'T happen somewhere. And, equally ridiculous to think that it is indicative of a trend or general tendency.

That statement is laughable since the growing trend of police abuse and violence is exactly what this thread is about. Did you ever notice the name of the thread, 'Cops Out of Control' ? Try reading a newspaper, internet news, hell, even watch the TV news sometime. Expanding your knowledge sure wouldn't hurt you any.

Sorry to have caused you to have a hissy fit of a temper tantrum. crybaby Have a nice day. bunny

Topic Do guys like it when a woman wears lingerie?
Posted 22 Aug 2015 07:45

Yes we do. And some of it was designed to stay on, ie. crotchless panties, crotchless hose, stockings, etc. Always fun!

Topic Cops Out of Control.
Posted 22 Aug 2015 07:42

I guess any response works when you can't think of an intelligent one.

You've already cornered that market. You didn't comprehend my first post, why would I think you could comprehend a follow up?