About curvygalore


Hi everyone! I'm Curvy, as you can see!

Most people are on here 'cos they find sex sexy. I find history sexy but I'm on here anyway!

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I enjoy books, movies, music, yoga, walks by the sea. I love to cook and also I'm lucky enough to enjoy a busy social life. Most of all, I live to dance
Favorite Books:
Far too many to list! Apart from 'Rochester's Monkey' by Graham Greene which I'm re-reading at the mo, one of my fave's is 'Roaring Boys' by Judith Cook. She brings Shakespearian London to vibrant life!
Favorite Authors:
Depends on my mood: but anything from Jane Austen to Dorothy L Sayers to Phil Rickman and anything and everything in between and before and after.
Favorite Movies:
Fave genre would be film noir, also anything from Powell & Pressburger. I do love film in general, but the only genres I would avoid would be rom coms and musicals (shudder). Of course, there are always exceptions to the rule.
Favourite TV Shows:
Usually dramas and history programmes. I'm lapping up The Last Kingdom, the recent adaptation of Bernard Cornwell's Saxon novels and was transfixed by The Headless Gladiators of York, (yes, a real title) a recent history documentary.
Favorite Music:
Almost everything, especially if I can dance to it!


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Topic: RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted: 18 Nov 2017 09:28

It's nearly evening here (well, it's dark anyway!) so I'll have a beer, please barkeep. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/pintdrunk.gif" alt="Pint Drunk">

Have read through the comp entries this afternoon, scoring and commenting, and there are some terrific stories, especially from the Rumplater gang.

And thank you Larry and Rumps for your very kind words. Next round's on me! <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/pourwine.gif" alt="Pour Wine">

Topic: RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted: 17 Nov 2017 09:40

Hello everyone! *waves*

Hope Friday is going ok despite difficult weeks, insomnia and work back-ups.

I'm calling in for a swift half here. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/pintdrunk.gif" alt="Pint Drunk">

Just managed to get my comp story in (talk about very last minute!) If anyone can be bothered to look here it is:


Will read through everyone's entries tomorrow, now I've actually managed to get my story written. Phew!!

Topic: Lest we forget
Posted: 15 Nov 2017 15:02

Just adding to your thread Danny, with one of my favourite poems by Edward Thomas. He was a professional prose writer, mainly about countryside matters, before the outbreak of war in 1914. Despite being in his 40's and married with a family, he joined up in the latter part of WW1, and died at the Battle of Arras in 1917. This poem is so beautifully understated, and not what we might perceive as a war poem, but for me anyway, its sense of humanity speaks volumes.

The Owl

Downhill I came, hungry, and yet not starved;
Cold, yet had heat within me that was proof
Against the North wind; tired, yet so that rest
Had seemed the sweetest thing under a roof.

Then at the inn I had food, fire, and rest,
Knowing how hungry, cold, and tired was I.
All of the night was quite barred out except
An owl’s cry, a most melancholy cry

Shaken out long and clear upon the hill,
No merry note, nor cause of merriment,
But one telling me plain what I escaped
And others could not, that night, as in I went.

And salted was my food, and my repose,
Salted and sobered, too, by the bird’s voice
Speaking for all who lay under the stars,
Soldiers and poor, unable to rejoice.

Topic: Happy Birthday EJG3!
Posted: 14 Nov 2017 03:15

Happy Birthday, Edward!

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Topic: The next new categories
Posted: 12 Nov 2017 15:31

I just saw the cricket category and could go no further! <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/angel7.gif" alt="angel7">

Did no one else ask for a bonnet category? *scarpers*

Topic: RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted: 11 Nov 2017 10:25

Excuse me ladies, mind if I squeeze in to order a drink? And drinks for you both for your contributions to Lush of course.

You are most kind! <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/occasion14.gif" alt="occasion5">

Topic: #MeToo on Lush
Posted: 10 Nov 2017 14:18

I'm nodding my head throughout this thread, with my heart going out to everyone's heartrending stories.

Like you all, I feel awkward about saying Me Too. I'm just aware that incidents both major and minor have chipped away at my confidence and freedom and sexual expression to a certain degree. It's an inner cage a lot of us seem to have to exist within... <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/bighugs.gif" alt="Big Hugs"> <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/bighugs.gif" alt="Big Hugs"> <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/bighugs.gif" alt="Big Hugs">

Topic: RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted: 10 Nov 2017 13:38

Ooh, a beer for me, please Ms Awesome. Next round's on me.

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Topic: Moderator of the Month, for October
Posted: 10 Nov 2017 08:39

Thank you so much, Nicola!

And thank you, everyone, for your very kind words. They have put a big smile on my face! <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/hugs.gif" alt="Hugs">

And a special shout out to Verbal's happy dance. That is a direct representation of me most Saturday nights. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/angel7.gif" alt="angel7">

Topic: Awesome Award 11/9/17: Apptobebad
Posted: 10 Nov 2017 08:29


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Earthly Bounties

The Reverend Tobias Whitmore was perplexed. Not that this was a particularly unusual state of affairs for him, he mused, as his relatively short life seemed to be lived in a condition of relative confusion. As the third son of a minor branch of a noble family with pretensions to faded gentility, he was always destined for the church from birth. This had nothing to do with his character,...

Added 17 Nov 2017 | Category Historical

The Opening Door

There was a jangling of the bell as they walked into the bookshop. Godfrey gallantly stood back to allow Eugenia through the doorway as he took off his hat. He then followed her to greet the shopkeeper who was seated at his desk. The white-haired, portly, bespectacled Mr Johnson rose to shake Godfrey’s hand warmly and gave a slightly more muted, old-fashioned bow towards Eugenia, as was...

Added 01 Oct 2017 | Category Historical | Votes 32 | Avg Score 4.97 | Views 2,303 | 35 Comments

Dancin' the Blues

Dancin’ the blues Is a complicated business; First, you focus on the rhythm, Then you try to feel How your partner moves, Fumbling to sway with his groove: Most of all, you strain to blend with All the glory of That music, In three or four pressurised minutes, When you concentrate intensely On all these elements.   If you can surrender To the beat, your partner, That music, ...

Added 01 Apr 2017 | Category Love Poems | Votes 31 | Avg Score 5 | Views 735 | 26 Comments

End Game

London, February 1821 John strode across the bustle of Piccadilly, the wide road alive with people even at this late hour. He was glad to turn his steps towards home and to disappear into the huddle of dark streets that was Soho. He felt more at ease here in the shadows than he did in the melee of the West End. There, flaming torches lit the way, gilding the streets with an orange glow...

Added 26 Nov 2016 | Category Historical | Votes 14 | Avg Score 4.93 | Views 3,071 | 12 Comments

Recommended Read The Waking Dream

London, Spring 1816 He clearly remembered when he first became aware of a hint of unease; a sense of otherworldly darkness. Before then in his life, of course, he had moments of disquiet in terms of worry and fretting, but they were normal daylight concerns. He remembered as if from a great distance his medical training in the cool grey light of Edinburgh, his careful studies...

Added 07 Jun 2016 | Category Historical | Votes 18 | Avg Score 4.89 | Views 3,544 | 18 Comments


It had seemed a good idea to hitch a lift into Bristol at the time, as Doctor Moffatt was driving in that direction. It’s not as though he would have had a full night in his own bed anyway, roused at the break of dawn to trundle around the countryside in unreliable buses. This way he would have to spend the night at the railway station, but at least he would not risk arriving late back at...

Added 24 Apr 2016 | Category Flash Erotica | Votes 19 | Avg Score 4.84 | Views 2,826 | 17 Comments

Recommended Read Passion's Magical Alchemy

Simon sat at a table in a back room of the tavern nursing his glass of red wine. It was normally a raucous place after a performance at the theatre but tonight the atmosphere was strangely subdued. He stared into the candle stub, its flame flickering smokily as he recalled the afternoon’s entertainment. A new play at The Rose, particularly for an avid play goer, was something to look forward...

Added 06 Jan 2016 | Category Historical | Votes 21 | Avg Score 5 | Views 3,976 | 16 Comments

Recommended Read The Casebook Of Dr. Foreman Or The Compensations Of Medicine

Doctor Simon Foreman sat at his desk in a comfortably appointed house a few streets back from the South Bank of the River Thames, using the early morning hours of watery sunshine to scribble up his case notes. Always an early riser, he was in the habit of setting aside this precious time to write up his treatment of each patient that he had attended to the day before, rather than risking...

Added 20 Nov 2015 | Category Historical | Votes 20 | Avg Score 4.94 | Views 6,039 | 14 Comments

Recommended Read A Compromising Marriage

Helena waved off the happy couple as they departed down the rutted driveway in the somewhat old fashioned carriage and as she went indoors she felt a sense of dread falling upon her. The preparations for her sister’s wedding, modest though the occasion was, had distracted her from the consequences of that match. She looked around the shabby drawing room, now empty of revellers as they were...

Added 07 Sep 2015 | Category Historical | Votes 24 | Avg Score 4.82 | Views 7,695 | 20 Comments

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There had seldom been couples as striking as you both looked that evening. He wore a tailored black suit and an anthracite tie in a Windsor knot. You had tried your new evening dress. It had a famous name and evanescent laces of black and white, diving in an indecent décolleté. Your beautiful, slender neck, held high by antique jewelry. You were young and brilliant; sexy, and you knew it. ...

Added 16 Jan 2016 | Category Love Stories | Votes 10 | Avg Score 5 | Views 2,307 | 5 Comments

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