Forum posts made by flytoomuch

Topic Announcing our Valentine's Day Poetry Competition
Posted 08 Feb 2015 05:51

Good fun. I will be traveling so I needed to kick my own ass and get this puppy done early. No more hugging the out of bounds line. Hope a few readers like my effort.

Topic Who do you attract?
Posted 07 Feb 2015 05:51

Younger + petite

Asian or Hispanic

Dark hair/complexion

Smart/brainiac/science students/law student

Adventurous and intellectually curious

Topic 8 Free Silver Memberships but they have to be 'Gifted'.
Posted 07 Feb 2015 00:52

238.......the lucky Cantonese number Shhh

Topic Alive or dead, who is your favorite guitarist?
Posted 05 Feb 2015 07:01

Robbie Robertson (especially for his work on "Blonde on Blonde") and all of his great songs with The Band. Of course he's Canadian, but more than this he overcame a lot in his early life. Robbie brings influences of Ronnie Hawkins, Van the man Van Morrison, Bob Dylan and so many other "greats" into his creativity. He was not only a great guitarist, but also a great song writer and producer.

Topic Announcing the Winners of our "Some Like it Hot" Story Competition
Posted 02 Feb 2015 23:07

I feel like a Peugeot pepper mill as I "pepper" the top ten again?? Well it was a great contest idea and some really fun entries. Can't wait for the next one. Thanks to all the judges for their hard work.

Topic Post the title most recent song that you listened to
Posted 25 Jan 2015 20:16


Topic Word for the day
Posted 25 Jan 2015 04:50

Serendipity Big Hugs

Topic Talk in song titles
Posted 20 Jan 2015 21:21

"You Take My Breath Away"-- Rex Smith (original '78 release--Berlin Cover '86)

Topic Make Me Famous Too, Please
Posted 19 Jan 2015 23:18

Added two yesterday and one just now. I'll hit it again later. Get ready to celebrate.occasion7 occasion9 happy1

Topic Of Flighty Muses, Stampeding Hippopotami And Going Creatively Crazy
Posted 17 Jan 2015 05:54

"The mentality of ordinary human slaves is terrible--they have lost the world--and we had surrendered, not body alone, but soul to the overmastering greed of victory. By our own act we were drained of morality, of volition, of responsibility, like dead leaves in the wind."

Like dead leaves in the wind. Now that is one of my favourite lines from the beginning. A true master of language.

Topic Of Flighty Muses, Stampeding Hippopotami And Going Creatively Crazy
Posted 17 Jan 2015 05:49

As an avid FAN of this amazing book I would totally agree:

"Some of the evil of my tale may have been inherent in our circumstances. For years we lived anyhow with one another in the naked desert, under the indifferent heaven. By day the hot sun fermented us; and we were dizzied by the beating wind. At night we were stained by dew, and shamed into pettiness by the innumerable silences of stars. We were a self-centred army without parade or gesture, devoted to freedom, the second of man's creeds, a purpose so ravenous that it devoured all our strength, a hope so transcendent that our earlier ambitions faded in its glare."

Topic Of Flighty Muses, Stampeding Hippopotami And Going Creatively Crazy
Posted 17 Jan 2015 04:35


Well I'm long over my "Hemingway phase" and attending a bull fight sort of took the shine of some of his musings. Well I understand English is not your native tongue so just making a tiny unimportant correction on usage haha.

OMG you are a CULTURED lass? How many on members on Lush have any idea what the "Subscriber's Edition" of Seven Pillars is? I think maybe YOU + ME haha. The "Proof Printing" of 8 copies (six exist) fetches over US$1 million now for sure. The subscriber's edition was about 200 copies. I do watch out for these, but not easy to find. They will certainly fetch well over US$100K or $200K in the current inflated currency world. Maybe more. I'd love one. The book agents in Mayfair are your best bet or Christie's? My copy is a first edition of the 1926 Oxford abridged text.

I loved you, so I drew these tides of
Men into my hands
And wrote my will across the
Sky and stars
To earn you freedom, the seven
Pillared worthy house,
That your eyes might be
Shining for me
When I came

Topic Of Flighty Muses, Stampeding Hippopotami And Going Creatively Crazy
Posted 17 Jan 2015 03:06

Chrissie I adore your ramblings. I think I will try some of this for sure.

"Now please excuse me, as I’ve got a story to write about a punk girl who owns Louboutin heels and a Hemingway first print. I’m still not completely ruling out hippopotami."

Well I love Louboutin heels and I've read everything Hemingway ever wrote (twice).......but it should correctly read "a Hemingway FIRST EDITION"?? Not a first print?

My pride and joy is a first edition of "The Seven Pillars of Wisdom". I would love to have a set of David Roberts' "The Holy Land" but a bit out of my reach and also deserves to be in a museum where it can be properly cared for. I do have the original lithographs including "The Approach of the Simoon". I put that print into one of my stories.

Topic Make Me Famous Too, Please
Posted 17 Jan 2015 02:43

Well I gave it a view......then I read it......then I logged I could give it another are a fame whore, but you deserve your silly badge......I'm sure you'll hop about when you finally get it (yes I did tooEmbarassed Embarassed ). Good luck. Great little story.

Topic When I was a kid
Posted 16 Jan 2015 22:28

Lived in Germany in two different cities until I was three and my mom said I first spoke German.

Then we moved to Ghana in both Kumasi and Accra. I collected scorpions and bugs. I wanted to own a zoo as a kid. We had a Tarantula in the house one time and a 6ft+ black cobra in the back yard one time (the gardener killed it). We had white Egrets on the lawn and a Poinsettia tree in the back yard? I have no idea how those trees got to Ghana since I now realise they come from Mexico?

We lived in 22 houses in the first 25 years of my life. Yes we moved around. Luckily I've seen a lot of the world.

Posted 16 Jan 2015 02:28

Have an amazing birthday my friend.occasion7 occasion9 occasion6 occasion4 occasion7 occasion9

Topic Post the title most recent song that you listened to
Posted 25 Dec 2014 02:12


Topic Announcing the Winners of our "The Morning After the Night Before" Competition
Posted 29 Nov 2014 01:12

Thanks everyone for your kind wishes. It was fun "peppering the top 10" and being the spicy condiment for past winners, but it is WAY MORE FUN to place haha. Thanks to everyone who took the time to read my rather long entry.

Topic What Are The Most Memorable Movie Scenes That Have Stayed With You Always?
Posted 23 Nov 2014 03:21

Well I'll offer up two.

1. Final scene of "Manon de Source" when he finds out Jean was his son. Fucking gut-wrenching. For me "Jean de Florette" and "Manon de Source" are a single movie and pretty much deal with every human emotion.

2. "I know it was you Fredo."

Topic How do I get people to actually vote and/or comment on my stories??
Posted 22 Nov 2014 06:32

OMG that explains it.....the SITE is failing not me. The lack of comments and votes? It's the site's fault. Damn I should have realised that. And I thought it was my fault. Oh and I haven't won a competition because it's the site's fault. I had always erroneously blamed it on SITTING for writing better fucking stories? Grrrr shows you how off-base you can be. Sorry SITTINGEmbarassed Embarassed . Hey I have a solution? I'll form my own site. I can vote on all my own stories as many times as I want and I can let myself WIN all the writing competitions. Wow that was easy. Hey well at least I'm part of the "pre-2014 crowd" on a failing site. Geez time for a drink. I feel depressed. Will all my stories disappear when the one-year is up?

Topic One sentence tip for going down on a girl
Posted 19 Nov 2014 21:45

Enthusiasm, creativity, lace panties, rhythm, variety, grip ass, patience, suck, persistence, lick, vibrations, fast, slow, flick, tease, medium, fast again, "yes please", toothpaste (just a dab), tingly gels, vibrators, thigh-spreader, candles, piano music, ankle cuffs, flowers, big strong hands, seek perfection (repeat variations of above at each opportunity): remain sensitive and attuned to her amazing temple of a body at all times.

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 04 Nov 2014 09:04

I'm in the mood to make a Pavlova Cake today?

Topic Is there another story category you'd like to have on Lush?
Posted 03 Nov 2014 02:48

Well I've done two HISTORICAL settings so far and I find it a very nice challenge as a writer. One was a western and one series is a BDSM study set in Napoleonic France. So out of self-interest I will go with HISTORICAL.

Topic Post the title most recent song that you listened to
Posted 15 Oct 2014 09:19

Imagine Dragons-Radioactive

Topic Who is YOUR favorite author on Lush?
Posted 14 Oct 2014 05:36

Well I won't post a big long list. So many good writers have been mentioned above. Anyone can look at my list of "favourited" stories and see the longer version.

Short List:

Frank Lee

Yeah so for my longer list just look on my profile page. So many good stories on here.

Topic Announcing our "The Morning After the Night Before" Story Competition
Posted 06 Oct 2014 08:22

Well if that DAMN if Emilia enters then please lead me directly to not pass not collect your "PLACE" are officially heading for the "ALSO RAN paddock". Hey Emilia don't you have a lot of work to do? Aren't you pretty "busy" these days? No time to write.....RIGHT?

Just joking. He sharpens his pencil. Damn that woman....okay.....PLOT.....EMOTIONAL ARC......(sound of keyboard clicking can be heard). Fuck COFFEE......get the COFFEE!!! Drugs always help...serious writers all use drugs......caffeine bliss!!! Maybe a cuban? Yes a cigar is rather Hemingwayesque. He looks for his Juan Lopez. Off we go..........

Posted 23 Sep 2014 01:42

Regaeman Man Regaeman Man Okay it's all LUSH'S fault......I'm playing "Rumors" in my car full blast. I watched "Risky Business" last night and I'm in a total retro mood. Damn you LUSH!!!

Posted 21 Sep 2014 23:59 thought.....FAVOURITE Fleetwood Mac lyrics? Anybody want to quote their favourite lines? I'll start off with the little known "BLUES" number "Love That Burns". It's track 16 on the Essential album written by Peter Green in the period prior to the Stevie Nicks/Lindsey Buckingham era the band is famous for. Peter Green was the frontman who formed the band with Mick Fleetwood and John McVie (they all met via John Mayall's band). So this is vintage Fleetwood Mac. C'mon quote me your favourite lines from the '75 album or "Rumors".....?

And don't you use me as your fool
Baby, 'cause my heart can't stand another lie
Woman never use me, don't use me as your fool
Baby, 'cause my heart can't stand another lie
And if you can't love me tomorrow
Please leave me now in my room to cry