Forum posts made by dancing_doll

Topic Does the M make it more manly?
Posted 19 Sep 2011 16:51

That's a good one, bigguns. I also like the Manpon, for plugging that ass if it's been reamed by a dick one too many times to pucker properly.

I take it you have first hand experience with this? I mean, I don't see how else you could have thought of this scenario.

No, silly. On a woman it's called the Buttpon. Same use, though.

buttpon? Are you suuure? I heard it called a ho-pon. That I've heard.

Well considering that every woman from every ass-fuck gif you post probably needs one, I'll consider you the greater authority LOL. Ho-pon, it is!

Nah, to ensure proper fit I think they're more in line for a Ho-Sponge actually.

Topic Photos with Strangers
Posted 17 Sep 2011 10:38

It happens all the time. Since I'm not a big FB girl (because I hate the privacy issues with it), I'm not one of those photo-obsessed people that view the world through the lens of their camera-phone. I also don't really see the point of pics with strangers you don't even know the name of. It seems kind of desperate.

The best occasion: I was at a really trendy upscale place for dinner/drinks in NYC last year with a girlfriend. Some obviously 'moneyed' men at the table nearby sent us over some dirty martinis and then one guy comes over and says that they are celebrating some guy's 85th birthday and can he get a picture with us. I think we kind of felt obligated to go along with it. But for real... this tiny little OLD man who can barely talk/walk gets up and hobbles over to us with his cane and we end up posing with him for a pic like * he's the man *. Maybe he gets to look like a stud at the nursing home when he shows it off later... who knows. geek

I just think it's a weird thing to ask/do but seems to be more and more common these days.

Topic Charlie Sheen: The Epic Interview
Posted 17 Sep 2011 08:50

He's definitely a survivor! (hmm... maybe he really does have adonis DNA and tiger's blood!)

I think the level of outrageous humour that he used during his psychological meltdown will help his image recovery with fans and the general public. Most of his antics were laughable and people still like him. It's not like he was scraping the sidewalk by the gutter like other celeb-meltdowns (eg. Gary Busey, Mel Gibson, David Hasselhoff).

When I read Gary Busey saying stuff like this: "I went in like a crop-duster with my nose flying first and snorted the cocaine off the dog. You get a little bugs, you get little hairs, you get grease and goo from the ground; it's not at all a healthy thing to do. But when you're an addict, you don't think of health" I think... hey, Charlie Sheen has a lot less damage control to deal with. At least Charlie knows that lines of coke should be snorted off the asses of strippers and hot porn stars... not Fido.

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 17 Sep 2011 07:46

http://upload.lushstories.com/415-popsicleporn.jpg

Topic Photos with Strangers
Posted 16 Sep 2011 15:33

This phenomenon may happen to guys too, but I'm pretty sure it's more of a girl thing.

When you're out (socially) and strangers want to take take pictures of you, or more often to take pictures of you standing with them, what's your take on it? I'm not talking about dirty pics but more so pics that will probably end up posted on facebook and other social media sites. On occasion it's a club promoter/professional photog, but a lot of times it's total strangers (both young and old) that have had almost no interaction with you before they ask "Hey can I get a pic with you?"

I'm usually pretty nice about it (especially if I'm drunk) but when it happened last night, one of my girlfriends reacted really negatively to it. I think she was afraid of being part of some potential weirdo/douchebag's private photo collection.

What's your take on the whole social media photo-craze thing. And would it bother you to pose for pics with total strangers and not know where these things are posted or where they end up or is it just part of a fun night out?

Guys, feel free to chime in on this one too... especially as to why you guys ask. Is it a self-esteem thing to collect pics with strange girls to show your friends or post to your facebook wall to look popular, or what?

Topic The Rage Cage
Posted 16 Sep 2011 11:45


1) No directing your rage at other members - this is not UFC (sorry, Doll, but it's not!).


I'm not even kidding...when I saw the title of this thread I got a bit excited... Embarassed

Topic All women say looks don't matter
Posted 15 Sep 2011 15:30

Women want guys that are basically "nice" and "sweet" but there are other criteria on their list too (and I'm not talking about physical attractiveness).

but...

should we automatically assume that a guy that is told that he is the "sweetest, nicest guy ever" automatically translates into being "perfect"? Women look for a lot of different things when it comes to being a compatible personality for them. It doesn't meant that guys are either nice/sweet OR total assholes. Think about the gray zone in between. Maybe there's just a mismatch and she's trying to give you a compliment. It doesn't necessary mean that it's about looks.

A nice/sweet guy with a great body doesn't really translate into the perfect man for a lot of women (including me). There's more to it than that. But when we see the incompatibility, we tend to default to complimenting a guy's positive traits before backing off. It doesn't mean the only reason we don't want to date him is because he isn't hot enough.

Topic Query regarding a friend
Posted 14 Sep 2011 17:22

LOL I think if I could get every member that logs on for a whole week to view my profile, I still wouldn't get 1/4 of the views that Dancing_Doll gets in a month or even a year!


Considering I'm invisible 100% of the time, have no naked pics of myself, don't cyber and barely talk to anyone, it's quite a feat to pull off!

Actually that statement probably makes people want to click on my profile even more, doesn't it?

Come on newbies... you know you wanna look. http://upload.lushstories.com/28-carrot.JPG

Topic ladies, do you enjoy watching men masturbate?
Posted 14 Sep 2011 13:37

I don't really have an interest in watching a random dick (and I'm not even talking about the actual body appendage).

It all depends on who is doing the stroking. With a partner it's definitely a huge turn on... preferably if I'm inspiring it.

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 14 Sep 2011 12:50

But, where the hell is Damon any ways?

He's chained up in my closet. I only let him out for for good behaviour (rare, as you can imagine).

You can send postcards though!

Would you let him out for a minute? You can keep him on a tight leash.

I can't make any promises... he's pretty unruly, even on a leash.... But I will let him know that he's being 'paged' to the Think Tank. icon_smile

Topic What song was at number one on the day you were born?
Posted 14 Sep 2011 11:18

Karma Chameleon by Culture Club

Oh ye-ah!


http://www.youtube.com/embed/JmcA9LIIXWw

Topic Cravings
Posted 14 Sep 2011 06:23

Sour Skittles

Topic Canada: Where even the criminals are nicer.
Posted 14 Sep 2011 06:21

I've been following that story since it first broke, and even though I'm Canadian... I was truly amazed at the happy outcome.

The guy's lawyer had said that his client was basically "borderline retarded" (his words, not mine), and I think his own mother's sobbing pleas to "be a good boy and return the kid" might have worked. If only more criminals would listen to their moms... *sigh*

Topic Whacky Evolution theory vs whacky Creationist theory vs whacky 3rd theory
Posted 13 Sep 2011 11:39

My dear Dancing Doll and others who venture to post their opinion on this issue; may I ask?
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GO TO A COBBLER TO GET YOUR TOOTH EXTRACTED?
Obviously NO.
If you wanna understand Evolution; Please, Please go to the dentist and not a cobbler.
I don't mean to insult any profession; but please understand that every knowledge (Science) has been specialized because of hugely and daily addition to every branch of knowledge.
Please understand that now there can't be an all knowing Socrattes or Plato.
Even Einstein, the greatest scientist of the Millinieum was a Mathmetican and a Physicist.
He would have told you to go to a pharmacist if your asked him about Penecillin.
Go to the Specialist.
Learn what is the process of evolution, as known to the mankind by now.
Well, sure, we need to know much more, but the path of finding still greater evidence and knowledge has been laid.
IT IS PROCESS OF EVOLUTION.
If you don't follow that; well, there are human beings still, who create idols with their own hands and yet worship them.
One can't do much for those who are not prepared to go forth and learn.

Uhmm... What??

I don't understand the point of this post or how it relates to my skepticism of the Star Child or Pye's theories. Or have you completely misread my posts and decided that I am anti-evolution?

I highlighted your line about creating/believing in idols because I believe this gets dangerous when we put our faith into unproven, unscientific theories about the origins of man. Not everything is known, agreed (this statement by itself will always be an impossibility). But we do rely on substantiated scientific theories in so far as evidence has been provided... And we reject the hocus-pocus bullshit of some guy selling a theory because he found a weird looking skull that he refuses to hand over to neutral, unbiased labs for testing, and is now basing his own money-making business around it. That's what I call 'false idol worship'.

My mind (and science) is always open. But we need a standard of scientific proof to give credibility to a theory if we are to go past what we understand about evolution today. 'Til then, it's just guesswork, con artists, cults and bullshit.

Topic Should creationism be taught in schools?
Posted 13 Sep 2011 10:36

But, where the hell is Damon any ways?

He's chained up in my closet. I only let him out for for good behaviour (rare, as you can imagine).

You can send postcards though! 3601

Topic Your perfect partner, what are they like?
Posted 13 Sep 2011 10:28

I like the 'flawed good guy'.

Not necessarily as intense as a Byronic hero though.

The witty, charming rebel with a bit of a dark side (but who ultimately has a good heart) tends to do it for me. thumbup

Topic All women say looks don't matter
Posted 13 Sep 2011 10:01

Wow, who said that looks don't matter for women? Maybe for gold-diggers but then they have their eye on a different kind of prize, right?

As others have already said... don't set your sights on a woman that is out of your league (physically). People tend to do best when they are dating at their own level of attractiveness. If you want a girl that doesn't focus on looks, then you need to be a guy that doesn't have the same tendency.

As for the whole "the assholes always get the girl and treat them like shit and women love it" thing... There is a level of ego in even making this statement. That being that you think you are this great catch and it's all the women out there that the idiots for not recognizing this. Kind of like a passive-aggressive approach to the whole "nice guy's finish last" argument. Yes, some men are assholes. But they clearly have some traits that women find attractive if they continue to be with them. Same as how there are plenty of dim-witted bitches with hot bodies that guys salivate over as they ignore the size 12 'nice girl' in glasses with sweet, nurturing personalities. Yet you rarely hear the 'nice girl's complaining about why the captain of the football team won't give them the time of day. In fact I don't think I can recall a single post like this made by a female on the Lush forums compared to a staggering collection of 'nice guy' vs 'bad boy' threads. Or maybe that's just because Lush appears to be over-run with babes and supermodels who have never encountered such problems. happy8

Looks matter (to a certain degree) for both sexes. As long as people are realistic about their prospects, it really shouldn't be that hard to date and mate.

Topic Dealing with Rejection
Posted 09 Sep 2011 07:52



Finding your partner is like searching for a needle in a haystack. That needle can not be found if your using a pitch fork to look through the pile. You have to look at each strand of straw before you find the needle, otherwise you risk throwing away that one person who may be the perfect match. This is why I said in my previous post to honor all potential partners with a conversation. That shy guy may be the perfect guy even though he doesn't know what to say when he approaches you.

I agree with your entire post, except for this line (in the general sense). A lot of men on the singles scene judge women as snobby/bitchy or too 'high on herself' because she is dismissive or selective with who she talks to when approached. I totally appreciate that fear of rejection is very much a part of a guy's psyche when he makes the first approach. But... Guys don't know what it's like to be a woman in a bar or club where you get hit on every 5 minutes and have strange men trying to stop you or grab your arm as you move through a packed dancefloor trying to get to the bathroom. If a woman stopped to acknowledge/talk to every guy that hit on her, her entire night would be blitzed by trying to be polite and give every "potential partner" a chance. That's why a lot of girls end up going to gay clubs when they just want to dance and not be bothered by guys. I'm going to stick up for the girls at the bar who are getting judged as vain, egotistical bitches because they are ignoring 90% of the guys that hit on them. That's not to say that being rude is justified either, but in general women tend to have their guard up in social situations. There might be a 'perfect' shy/introverted guy in the crowd but there is a very tiny window of opportunity to make an impression on that scene.

Having said that, the introvert/anti-social type guys are probably going to do better outside the typical meet market places. And they are probably going to be better suited to a girl that matches their social style to some general degree.

Topic Dealing with Rejection
Posted 08 Sep 2011 13:17

I have heard this in the past and have no clue if it is true or not. Some women simply won't take that chance with a guy if no other woman has or will. If they see or know you are always alone that tends to chase some away, no clue why.(were not diseased, ladies) Whether they see you as broken and there must be something wrong with you or they just aren't interested.

I don't have a problem with this one at all. I've always thought more highly of the guy that is comfortable with the status of being single and doing his own thing versus the chronic relationship-jumpers. If a guy always has to be in a relationship and tends to jump from one to the next within the same week, there is definitely something wrong with him. That whole 'fear of being alone' thing is a huge turn-off (and red flag). I would much prefer a guy that has been single for two years versus the guy that was in a relationship for two years and just broke up with her the week before I met him. I see it as more that the guy is confident and independent and enjoying life without needing the girlfriend-crutch.

Now if the guy is staying single because he's anti-social, a loner/weirdo/loser and hasn't gotten laid in all the years he's been single, then yeah, I'd think something was 'off'.

As for the guy that works the singles scene like he's on a tunnel-visioned mission to hook up with anything that has a pussy, yeah that's a turn-off. If I'm watching him get turned down at a bar all night long and he doesn't seem phased at all and just goes onward to the next girl, I will be walking away too. Not because he's been rejected so many times, but more because I think his intentions are pretty obvious (and weak). No girl wants to be another number on the list of eligible chicks he's hitting on on a party. I'd say, after a guy has been shot-down by three girls at a bar, it's time to move to another bar for the rest of the evening. It's best not to keep fishing in the same pond.

Topic HAPPY F'ING 21st BIRTHDAY LADY X!!!
Posted 01 Sep 2011 09:17

Love you, girl! Hope you're having a wicked and wild 21st birthday! XO

http://upload.lushstories.com/303-BirthdayCandle1.jpg

Topic Difference in Male or Female writers?
Posted 30 Aug 2011 09:21

I don't like to generalize on this one. I think people have different styles of writing but I don't think it is dependent on their gender. I think the stereotypes of women writing more flowery, emotional love-stories is a bit dated. The most hardcore/raunchy porn out there today is actually made by female producers (a little known but surprising fact).

I think writing style is dependent on a lot of factors... personal experience and point of view are probably the greatest influencers.

Topic Slut
Posted 29 Aug 2011 17:27

It's all in the tone and context, and it also depends on who is saying it.

I really enjoy it as an aspect of dirty talk, being sexually playful, growled into my ear at the right moment. And it's great for rough sex and role-play. I find it a little more urgent and raw than "naughty girl" (which to me sounds a little more polite.. and british).

If it's a friend and the term is used in jest, I will totally laugh right along with them.

I'd get pissed off if the person was using it in a purposely negative or malicious way... more because of the intention behind it though. Not because of the word itself.

Topic Fingers in Ass
Posted 23 Aug 2011 16:32

I have once and the guy asked me to, so I knew he liked it. Not sure if it would creep a guy out to try it. How do you know if they like it or if they even know that they would?

While you're massaging his balls, let your fingers move upward slowly. Tease the outer ring first. When he moans and moves his asshole back onto your finger, then you know he likes it. Most guys get very enthusiastic and aroused when you're hitting a pleasure zone.

If he clenches up and bats your finger away, then it's safe to say that he's a 'vanilla on a wafer cone' kind of guy.

Topic Missionary Position
Posted 22 Aug 2011 16:02

It's definitely one of my favourites, but I actually get quite active on the bottom. I don't see it as 'female passive' at all. I guess I have an enthusiastic pelvis... glasses8

I like it because you're face to face, and it can be very hot to have a man dominant over you, growling into your ear, wet kissing, tongue against the curve of your neck, and making you take every inch of cock, hard, rough and deep, especially with your legs over his shoulders. It's a great position for intense communication and dirty talk.

Missionary really depends on how you're doing it and who you're doing it with... as most sexual positions do. Even doggy can be boring with an unimaginative partner.

Topic High School Mistake
Posted 21 Aug 2011 14:08

No regrets what-so-ever. I never really got hung up on anyone in high school.

I always thought high school was far too young to take dating seriously... I certainly wouldn't have been read to meet Mr Right at that age, no matter how fabulous he might have been (or turned out later).

Topic Where is the Casey Anthony treatment? Man decapitates son.
Posted 21 Aug 2011 13:30

People tend to do a double-take when stories involve the vulnerable or the privileged.

I do believe that the media does drive the public interest though. The media generates hype over certain news stories and the more we hear about them, the more invested we becoming in them.

Stuff like the Casey Anthony tragedy goes on all the time, but if Nancy Grace hadn't spent the last 3 years talking about this case every single day non-stop, do you think people would have obsessed over it as much? Now they have moved onto another favourite "beautiful blonde american goes missing in Aruba". While Aruba appears to be getting a name as the Bermuda Triangle for blondes, how many people go missing all the time.

The media feeds us a story and once we hear it enough, we become hooked like the drama-addicts we all are.

Topic Selfish guys
Posted 21 Aug 2011 12:45

I won't get truly kinky wild if the guy is a selfish lover.

You've got to earn the right to enjoy that side of me.

There is definitely a correlation between the two.

Topic So, getting over someone? Want to help?
Posted 21 Aug 2011 12:41

MMonroe named all the best points.

Avoid all contact with this person until you have perspective. Never attempt to do the "let's be friends" thing until time has passed and there are no residual feelings left there at all. Everyone needs a cooling-off period because most break-ups are not mutual decisions that both people are totally ok with right from the beginning.

I usually indulge in going out a lot, alcohol, hanging with friends, taking a vacation (mainly escapist things) until I have things better sorted out in my head.

As MMonroe said... distractions are great... start a new hobby, get a new pet, write that book you always wanted to, take up kickboxing...

The point is to just distract yourself enough until you feel normal again.

Topic Points of Interest in Vancouver, B.C.
Posted 21 Aug 2011 12:36

It looks like the main points have all been covered... but... if you need the name of a great after-hours club that you have to be 'in the know' to find, send me a PM for details... Shhh

Topic Forum pet peeves
Posted 18 Aug 2011 13:23

Looks like a South American version of Jeff! laughing9

Are we absolutely certain it isn't Jeff?

Mmmm... I don't know if it is, but I'll tell ya... If Jeff had that sexy unibrow and angora gerbil nesting on his upper lip, I totally would have swooned. Shhh