Forum posts made by curvygalore

Topic What part of a girl you look at first when you see her? What turns you on about girls?
Posted 31 Jul 2015 17:03

Umm, it's mostly her hair. :D Then her face and if she is pretty to look at I check out the rest of her body. Sometimes tho, other body parts get my attention first. Like boobies..... cat

Jaysus, Nicola is right. That bobbing up and down is so distracting that I'm starting to feel seasick. Was there a question? ;)

Topic Poems by Sprite's Cat
Posted 31 Jul 2015 16:13

He's definitely a lot more virile than some wimpy tuxedo kitty-cat. And besides, he's Hungarian, not Canadian.

I had a tuxedo, and somewhat wimpy cat called Ferenc once upon a time. She wasn't Hungarian mind, despite the name. Its just that my friend Chris who lived in the flat below me (so Miss F had two homes, obvs) is football mad and always wanted a feline of the name of Ferenc Puskat.... dontknow

Topic cheating and living with that
Posted 30 Jul 2015 16:03

Well thank god my mom has been my role model as a woman. I think if you are in an "exclusive" relationship then of course it is cheating. You need to be honest with each other. If you are sexually attracted to someone else then you need to be totally brave and own up....well it's hard of course. We are all human. So most of us don't do that, right.

I mean a lot of my girlfriends "think" they are exclusive, but they are young and curious and they totally stray when tempted. My mom was very stern with me. In no uncertain terms she told me not to get too serious too young. You need to date and try different guys and travel and stuff. Gosh don't live a lie. Well my mom always makes sure her dates understand that she "dates" and that they do not own her. I can totally understand that many girls feel clingy and insecure and are afraid to maybe lose a guy, but hey if you want to date other guys and try sex with different guys then be honest with your self too. Otherwise you will end up being unhappy too right? Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Anyways I've blabbed on too much haha.

Actually you nailed this! Its all about communication and understanding the parameters of the relationship (be it exclusive or not). Not that this is remotely easy or straightforward, especially as on poster mentioned if there are children in a committed relationship. But its about owning yourself and taking responsibility for your own actions. Your mum sounds like an awesome lady!!

Topic what kind of body turns you on!
Posted 30 Jul 2015 15:28

One that is attached to a smart brain with a witty turn of phrase....

Topic Do guys ALWAYS have a name for their thingy ? And what is your name for yours and why?
Posted 30 Jul 2015 15:15

oh u must name at least one ... it's really fun :D.. giggles...

I have named 5 or 6 on lush so far .. Embarassed ... without touching or seeing them Embarassed Embarassed ... giggles... the latest was last week .. we called him 'Armstrong' .. and got a message from a guy yesterday saying he had discussed it with his wife and they have called him 'XXXX'.. dontknow ... he did explain .. giggles Embarassed

guys can be such fun.. giggles



Hayley reading your posts is the equivalent of downing a glass (or two) of sparkly and gets me just as giggly! You are a positive tonic!

Thingy naming will become my new hobby....possibly ;)

Topic Which is the more intimate act?
Posted 30 Jul 2015 09:12

It's more the circumstances than the act it's self.

I would agree entirely. The acts have no intrinsic intimacy in themselves, its who I'm with and how I feel about them that creates a level of intimacy


Apart from this of course... evil4

Topic Do guys ALWAYS have a name for their thingy ? And what is your name for yours and why?
Posted 29 Jul 2015 17:17

I was raised, mainly by my maternal grandmother.. I asked her what I should call a penis in polite society.. she said "call it his 'thingy'" .. and for six years I have .. and u r the first person of either sex to take umbrage at the word...
My gran is a grand lady in her nineties.. she has always used the word.. so shall I ... even if it is not politically correct..

I looked at this thread because I knew from the wording it would be fun. Hayley, you have obviously inherited your splendid grandmama's delicacy of wording, but have your very own sense of style and naughtiness, which should only be celebrated.

PS: I don't have a thingy nor have I ever knowingly named one... evil4

Topic Is there another story category you'd like to have on Lush?
Posted 29 Jul 2015 05:01

Phew, so would I now!

Did we put this up for a separate vote already?

If there wasn't a separate vote on this could we have one?? Pretty please, Nicola!! giggle

Topic Is there another story category you'd like to have on Lush?
Posted 28 Jul 2015 16:41

In mathematical terms, there is exactly one group of order (or "size") three, namely the cyclic group of order three, usually represented as the set {0,1,2) under addition modulo 3, with 0 the identity.

So three is a group.

Interestingly, there are 267 groups of order 64. That's what I call an orgy.

Ok. This blows my mind, as is in I do not understand any of it at all and am having a maths induced panic attack!!!

i'd LOVE to see a historical fiction category! omigoodness how the history geek in me could get lost in those tales...

Ahhhhh! Comfort zone. Yes please!!! :)

Topic Happy Birthday Verbal Incandenza!!
Posted 27 Jul 2015 16:31

Happy Birthday dear Verbal! Hope you have a wonderful day! occasion4 occasion1 occasion7

Topic Do your Lush life and personal life overlap?
Posted 27 Jul 2015 12:54

Yes, I've mentioned it to a few like minded friends, but in general I talk about a "writers site" that I'm on, without getting any more specific. I wouldn't mind being more open, but I know that the vast majority of my friends and acquaintances just wouldn't get Lush, so I keep it relatively private.

Topic Best way to ask out someone?
Posted 26 Jul 2015 13:50

So, we went out last night. It went overall well; we got some drinks at a local place I knew of and we seemed to hit it off. Thanks again everyone for your suggestions and help...I really needed it hsha.

Oh that is great!!! So delighted for you and keep us posted! hello1

Topic Do you agree with the following statements?
Posted 25 Jul 2015 07:18

The distractions in this community aren't video games, text messaging or whatever else you think is destroying society. The distractions are poverty, violence, abuse, drugs and alcohol. Kids are distracted by the fact that their dad is in prison, or that their brother just got stabbed. You think Facebook created these issues?

We aren't worse off than we were before the "information age". Indeed, we're far better off in terms of our choices and opportunities. We have more and better resources, but we aren't using them to solve our problems, we're just ascribing our problems to them. We're making the same bad choices people have always made, only now they're easier to make.

I totally get where you're coming from Callum and what you say is totally valid. However, just as an aside and an addendum to your point, over the past several years friends who are primary school teachers (in different schools and areas) have reported a growing lack of concentration skills in young children. Taking aside the appalling conditions that some young people have to grow up in that you talked about with such passion, this is not a factor due to deprivation but is happening across the board, regardless of parental income.

Technology is not a problem in itself, but when its used as a substitute for parenting it creates social and educational problems. I'm not talking about a tired parent putting on the tv for a fractious child for half an hour just in order to cook a meal/do the ironing/get some peace. But the worrying trend when a child has countless hours and days growing up in front of a screen instead of parental interraction, despite the relative comfort and affluence of their home.

Topic New Category...
Posted 23 Jul 2015 16:11

I agree seems more like a sub category. Seems to tie in perfectly with Seduction and Cheating, but not quite enough to stand alone.

Its a nice idea, but may have more mileage as a sub-genre?

Topic Project Semi Colon: Lush Style
Posted 23 Jul 2015 08:46

It's very easy to feel isolated when you're in the middle of it. that's the enemy, you know. feeling alone, like no one cares, or gets it, or even knows. of course, sometimes they don't, cause we get so good at hiding it until the lid blows off. i've had a lot of conversations in the past 6 months where i've been on the edge of wanting to talk about this, and never found the right words, so i just pushed it away and pretended things were fine. i think that's the important thing, that we find ways to open up and trust that someone will listen. that's what this thread is all about, just a good way to start a dialogue. thank you everyone who has been, or will, able to push past the fear and the shame and remind the rest of us that, hey, we're in good company, or at least in the company of good, wonderful, beautiful people. <3

Rachel, thank you so much for this thread. Not only for your honesty at some incredibly difficult parts of your life that you have just hinted at before now, or for raising awareness about project semi-colon but also for encouraging others here to share their stories too.

Its a reminder that we really are a community here, and having the courage to speak out means that you will receive unstinting love, understanding and support here. Sending all that to everyone and anyone who is struggling right now xxx

Topic What are you Grateful for today?
Posted 22 Jul 2015 10:31

I am grateful for the kind support of my friends as I embark on a project I find daunting. Their enthusiasm has spurred me on!!

Topic One piece, sexier than bikinis ?
Posted 21 Jul 2015 16:31

I like the tankinis, mostly out of practicality. It's very difficult to find a true one piece that fits me well; being tall, and curvy, I haven't found a one piece in years that fit correctly. Tankinis can be mixed and matched, leave a little bit to the imagination, and do fit me correctly.

Although I'm short-ish, having ridiculously large bosoms can make wrestling into a one piece in the clammy discomfort of a swimming pool changing room feel like a regular ritual of torture, so for regular swims at home, tankinis are practical, modest, comfortable and as Hera points out can be mixed and matched.

On holidays I can show off my extensive bikini collection (watch out world!! ;) and there is also a practical factor as I would feel too warm in a one piece, even if I could manage wrestle myself into it!

Topic The Not So Secret Diary Of A Manic Depressive
Posted 21 Jul 2015 16:21

I deal with ups and downs on a daily basis. The littlest things set me off. I have a wonderful boyfriend that takes it all in stride and rides the rollercoaster with me. I hate being bipolar and my life has been turned upside down in the past 3 months because of it. Sometimes I feel that it wants nothing more than to see me 6 feet under. No medication helps and I feel that my life is always going to be this way and the thought of that just scares me to death. I just needed to get it off my chest, thanks.

What this thread is here for and what we are all here for, to listen and support. And for anyone who adds to this to know that they are far from alone. I know that others will respond with great practical advice, but to vent to a supportive audience is always healthy. You take good care xx

Topic Announcing the Winners of our "Money Talks" Story Competition
Posted 20 Jul 2015 14:58

Well done to all the winners, commended authors and everyone who took part! :) The best thing about the list is being able to check out the stories I managed to miss!!

Topic Ever wanted to know your personality type?
Posted 19 Jul 2015 15:52

Got the link on this old thread that was posted by recently by Serene Prodigy.

I got ENFJ. I normally get INFJ from the HumanMetrics test. To be honest I am more of an Introvert than an Extrovert, so I'll stick with that!!

Topic What is your personality type?
Posted 19 Jul 2015 15:35

I've done this test an number of times over the years. This time I got the same result as always.

Introvert(28%) iNtuitive(41%) Feeling(22%) Judging(41%)

You have moderate preference of Introversion over Extraversion (28%)
You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (41%)
You have slight preference of Feeling over Thinking (22%)
You have moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving (41%)

Although Hayley's findings would work too!! f-hihi

Topic A word
Posted 19 Jul 2015 15:09

In most cases I have no problem with the word. Like anything though in can be used poorly.

Interestingly, this Anglo-German word was simply a descriptive word for female genitalia for centuries and only became a pejorative word relatively recently. I have no problem with the original usage of this word.

Topic Red or Blue for the default avatars?
Posted 19 Jul 2015 15:03

Personally, I like saturated colours because they seem more bold (and it's a sex stories side so it's not really a fade to background kind of place).

I like something along these lines if you wanted a change (blue for guys and purple for girls). Or even just a crisp and sexy black and white. Then maybe a faded grey/blue like you have above for posts in the forums from people who have deleted their accounts. It has that peaceful 'fade away into cyberspace' kind of vibe. More than anything I think it would be great to be able to visually differentiate active members and "guest" in the forums without needing to check the name.

I totally managed to miss this post before now, dontknow And although I liked the paler alternatives to red in Nicola's provisional post, I think these bolder (but not stark) colours would look great with the predominantly red site banners. Great idea DD!

Topic What do men consider the ugliest part ofa womens body?
Posted 19 Jul 2015 14:35

The beard (if she actually has one)... and this is a very serious answer.

But is a moustache ok??

Topic I am seriously struggling with my fidelity.
Posted 18 Jul 2015 14:21

I .. like many who have read yr post .. was just going to skip by without comment. It seems absurd that someone like myself should even comment let alone offer 'advice'.. and in fact I can't .. because what u choose to do is purely yr affair. It's between u and yr conscience ... and no one here ... given the fidelity surrounding yr situation... is anything but in awe of u.

Practical advice might be discretion coupled with a separation of conscience.


Hayley says it all really. My heart goes out to you in such an impossibly sad and difficult situation. I've had to deal with longish periods of enforced celibacy due to partners' ill health, but everyone's experience is different and there is no way that I would judge on your situation with your beloved wife.

I can only say that you are coping with admirable integrity and care for your wife. The stress of the situation and having no outlet must be beyond tough. As you say, getting a girlfriend as your wife suggested in passing, might hurt her dreadfully and seem like moving on, which is unthinkable under the circumstances. I can only send you my very best wishes as you cope with and juggle your set of circumstances and priorities to your own impeccable judgement.

Topic What is the most important "life lesson" you have learned?
Posted 18 Jul 2015 09:47

To live in the moment with joy and gratitude

Not to be unnerved by other people's moods or insecurities

Topic How do YOU define submissive?
Posted 17 Jul 2015 10:02

A submissive is someone that enjoys giving over control to increase their pleasure. Perhaps each person has their own reason for being a sub and there is no standard response? Isn't it simply enough to know that they receive pleasure from their choice and be happy with that?

This is a great question, and it has been really interesting reading people's responses. Its given me better understanding of an area that I have not experienced personally.

Topic Useful Chart for Writers
Posted 17 Jul 2015 03:39

Is there another word for synonym?

Copycat?? ;)

Topic What vitamins or supplements do you take on a daily basis?
Posted 16 Jul 2015 16:29

High dose Evening Primrose (for dry eyes but is generally beneficial), Multivitamin, Glucosamine, Vit C, Omega 3 (Flax seed oil as I have an intolerance to the fish oil supplement).

Posted 15 Jul 2015 05:17

Have a fantastic birthday Nicola! occasion4 occasion7 occasion6