About Fritz2011


Snicklefritz is an appropriate name for my cat. Mischievous as a cat can be.

I found Lush and initially joined it as a sex-story site. As time went on, it became a social-friendship site. I am into lovemaking immensely more than casual sex.

My friends here can even help change my feelings when they are patient enough and explain their beliefs clearly.

I was on here before under another name and published several stories, but lost my membership and the stories. I wrote another one or two when I rejoined. They were all pretty softcore, romantic stories. I've tried to republish some of my erotic poems. I have some stories on other sites. The stories I like to read and write are gentle and romantic. I have a male point of view and often ask women how they think in various situations.

One women whom I follow said it perfectly when she said the best people are not people you have sex with, not even people you sleep with, but people you wake up to. If you make love TO EACH OTHER, talk to each other afterward, cuddle together, she goes to sleep in my arms, I go to sleep feeling her seeping and relaxed form against me on a feeling of total trust, we wake up and smile at each other, give a good-morning kiss, talk, make love again if time permits, get up, get ready for the day ahead, go about what we are doing, look forward to coming home together, talk and do many other things together just to relax and let our smiles broaden, perhaps repeat the previous cycle if we're both feeling well (it's not always possible but we try), let inspiration creep into our lives 24/7 in some fashion, then I would love to be with a woman like that. In lovemaking, if possible, I want to look her in the eyes and kiss her gently and talk to and listen to her as to what she wants. I hope she will do the same for me.

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22 Jul 2017 14:32
Theater! I spent my college years acting in and learning the design part of stage plays. I also learned about telecommunications, and had dreams of writing and directing for television. I still act in a few commercials. I haven't been onstage in a while because of job conflicts. Someday, somehow, I'd like to see HAMILTON on Broadway!

My cats. I want to write an essay about them. I have had lots of cats and would devote a chapter to each of them. I like dogs too, but I need to have inside pets and cats have held the field in my house because of that. Almost all of my cats have been Siamese, but I also have a silver rescue cat named Mo. The cats have me pretty well trained.

Music (TV theme songs, rock, classical, country, jazz). I am open to all sorts of genres. I think I would have to go out on a date to enjoy a concert, or a movie, or lots of other cultural events. I had some classical training as a singer and I have enough of an ear to take music theory classes. I like it when stories have music in them, even if it's only during lovemaking scenes.

Chess. I played competitively on an average level for 20 years, quit the game in 1993 but still read books and magazines for fun, returned in 2004 and played for another decade. I'd still like to play, maybe online.

Writing, although not generally erotic. I generally compose a story in my head before I hit the computer keys. I have several writer friends and I enjoy chatting with them and talking about their characters. I want to create more characters of my own.

Would love non-alcoholic nights on the town. I would like to date ladies because I like them and they like me. I'm SO shy and rarely ask one out. Heck, I'd date some of my friends on Lush because we've been friends for years.

Any kind of knowledge game, in person, online or on television. JEOPARDY! is my favorite TV show and I keep trying to get on it.
Favorite Books:
Histories are my favorite. Plays are also great. Almost no current fiction, a little non-fiction. I wish I had a more complete list, since our family has hundreds upon hundreds of books acquired through the years. Many chess books can be really good.
Favorite Authors:
David McCullough, historian, is my favorite right now. GOOD historians, not scandal-mongers. Stephen King occasionally does a good one when he's not being too gory. Robert B. Parker was good. I could list chess-book authors if you really wanted to know of them, (one author, Andrew Soltis of the New York Post and a magazine column, never fails to entertain) although most of them are gone now. I haven't followed individual authors because I don't read fiction or nonfiction that much, preferring articles and collections.
Favorite Movies:
National Lampoon's Animal House first and foremost. The Mask, the original one. Schindler's List. Many animated films, shorts included. I should go on for pages about my enjoyments, but it's been years since a film really moved me. (DAMN!).
Favourite TV Shows:
Jeopardy!, the late news, The Tonight Show, anything Nannah and Dad (my parents and the cats' grandparents), and my The Monkees along with some videos from that show. He also just added some videos of himself doing TV commercials from 2011. I have dozens of vintage shows such as McCloud, any mystery series, Columbo and the original Hawaii Five-O on the list.

I work an overnight shift and, on my breaks will wander into the beak room and tune the channel to BUZZR or THIS TV or MeTV. The 1970s version of Match Game seems to lift my spirits the most, followed by the even older What's My Line, because those shows were mainly played for fun.
Favorite Music:
In order of preference: Rock, country (Texan rock-flavored is fun, but anything not overproduced), classical, jazz, and recently Texas-flavored blues. Some songs that I don't like in one format may be favorites in another, or recorded by a different artist with a different slant. If you want to see some of my favorite songs, check the videos page.


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Topic: Does the 2nd Amendment only apply to white people?
Posted: 14 Jul 2017 21:06

I do not believe hunting rifles should ever be banned. In many areas of the US, people live off the land still, and rely on hunting for food, and to protect their livestock. If you aren't familiar with this way of life, I suggest you watch 'Alaska, The Last Frontier' on Discovery Channel. The Kilcher's (performer Jewel's family) are about as American frontier living as you can get. (It is entertaining as well!)

This doesn't just apply to Alaska, but many of the midwest States, as well as the upper east coast.

Funny how people's attitudes vary. I hope I never pack a hunting rifle because I'll be damned if I'm ever going to kill Bambi's mother. But if I ever have to go into rattlesnake country, I'm packing heat.

Humans are the most dangerous creatures of all.

Topic: Does the 2nd Amendment only apply to white people?
Posted: 14 Jul 2017 21:01

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LOL! I think you meant 'arse' <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/embarassed.gif" alt="Embarassed">

Well, THAT too, but I think that was as much for being practical as anything else. Adam and Eve didn't want to get THEIR buns toasted and humanity has gone along with that.

Topic: Does the 2nd Amendment only apply to white people?
Posted: 13 Jul 2017 22:40

I know, I don't think our Founding Fathers intended that kind of malitia to be our 'right to bare.' Honestly, it seems pretty simple to understand that. You love to yank my chain, Noll, and everyone elses here too. Listen, you know as well as I that 'right to bare arms' meant, to them (because it was the 18th century...) they meant muskets and such. The 'and such' has been translated to mean firearms, because like todays guns, muskets were also firearms. Not nunchucks or nukes. Just sayin'

Aw hell. When the Bill of Rights was written, nobody bared their arms either. Nakedness! Naughty! Naughty!

Topic: what one hit wonder songs do or did you like?
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 17:40

Last night during a ball game broadcast, they looked back 40 years and played "Undercover Angel." I remembered it and liked it. There were some others I knew of, "Alley Oop," "In the Year 2525," "Dominique," I am sure I know others but hadn't followed the bands. But N-O-T NOT Debby Boone's "You Light Up My Life."

Topic: What does it mean to have a soul & do you have one?
Posted: 11 Jun 2017 07:36

I was raised as a Christian, so yes, I do believe I have a soul. My parents are religious, my mom especially so; me I wrestle with it. I believe in God, but also free expression like here on Lush, that would be the free expression of my sexual self. I guess that's obvious lol. So, I wrestle with it, but I figure God gave me this face & body to add beauty to the world, so that's what I do. I try to be a beautiful person in soul and body. There's enough ugliness out there, my soulish contribution is to create a little beauty in some small way offset the ugliness.

You do a lot to create beauty in the world. I don't know you very well nor your parents at all, but I would think they are proud of your moral compass and by how you treat people. The little I do know about you, besides your looks, is extremely positive and even uplifting.

Topic: What does it mean to have a soul & do you have one?
Posted: 11 Jun 2017 07:30

You have one of the most beautiful souls imaginable sweet man <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/bighugs.gif" alt="Big Hugs">

Hayley, earning, your friendship, as well as that of many of your friends, is pretty good evidence that someone up there cares for us. Or that we care for each other and feel uplifted when we hear from them. It's tenuous evidence of our souls but I'm glad to have it.

Topic: What does it mean to have a soul & do you have one?
Posted: 07 Jun 2017 15:54

Re georgiagirl23's post:

I believe a lot of deeply (and truly) religious people are really good people. I know some people whose faith sustains them and makes them tolerant and accepting of lives very different from their own. Ihave met quite a few people who seemed very stern and strict to start with, but are very down to earth and kindly for people in need or want. I hope your mom is very proud of you and loves you with all her heart.

Topic: Breaking News - UK Genral Election - June 8th
Posted: 26 Apr 2017 09:00

I am not a politically animal but have always voted conservative because they have generally been the party that has dragged this country out of the mire that the Labour clowns generally drop us into.
Now, I have a problem, a big problem.
With the fiasco that Cameron has created I don't trust a single one of them any more but, and here's the rub...
I voted to remain as part of Europe because I am afraid that any of our own politicians are too weak to run the country. I don't like being ruled by Europe but think that being a part of it is marginally better than not being so.
I travel in Europe and find it a far better experience than travelling through GB.
I vote conservative and we leave Europe.
I vote Labour and we stay but are governed by a bunch of left wing goons who will destroy us once again and allow Europe to govern us even more.
Either way we are screwed. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/sad1.gif" alt="sad1">

Alternative? I don't vote at all but then, I cannot complain about the result and so, I must choose.
Not for who I want to win but for the opposition to whom I don't want to win.
This isn't an election, it's a fight for survival. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/sad10.gif" alt="sad10">

The Economist, a magazine (they call themselves a newspaper) which reports politics and general interest from a British viewpoint, refers to the Labour Party leader as "Comrade Corbyn." Ominous. Apparently he has huge grassroots support among the unelected members of his party but is loathed by the actual membership, who see him as a resurgence of "Labour's Loony Left" from the '70s and '80s. My guess is that if a Council fired him, the populists in his party would pick up their pitchforks and (figuratively or literally) throw the Council out of various windows.

Somewhere, Margaret Thatcher's ghost is smiling.

Topic: Ever fallen in love with someone you can't have?
Posted: 25 Apr 2017 07:10

Not sure if I've actually fallen in love with someone I can't have? I've had far too many crushes to count, but they were all one-sided. I think I fell in love once, and I couldn't have her because she took herself away from me. That's also the case with some women I wanted to fall in love with. I remained fond of them and cared deeply for them, but it was not really love.

Topic: do you like cuddling after sex
Posted: 20 Apr 2017 15:58

Guys love it too. Cuddle, chat, enjoy what she says to me and say nice things back to her... everything is an upside.

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Out of the Hard Day's Light

Out From the Hard Day’s Light (revised)  By Fritz2011 Suggested by “A Hard Day’s Night” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney     A fantasy song about a woman hoping to build a relationship with a woman she loves deep in her heart. Out from the Hard Day’s Night  The sun comes peeking  Through the fog The sun is never bright  And off -road driving Is like a bog. But when...

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Do You Know Who I am?

Do you know who I am? My name is Hayley. I am glad to get to know you. I am a woman. Men don’t know who I am. I don’t know who they are. That is part of who I am. I really like to love. I love the ocean. I love the beach. I love to smile I love to write poems. I love to talk to my friends. That is part of who I am. People tell me that I am pretty That is NOT part of who I am Although...

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The Black Rose

A rose is a rose Is a rose is a rose. But the Black Rose transcends Any of those. The color is deeper than Any one shade of red; From pink at the core To dark mauve at the head. Not all Black Roses are Cultivated by gardener’s art; Some constitute a woman’s Most womanly part. Black Roses are not often known By this particular name; Some names are clinical; ...

Added 04 Aug 2015 | Category Erotic Poems | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 611 | 3 Comments

Strawberies and Cream, Part 1

David and Kayla were having their first real date, in a seaside restaurant. They had finished the salad and the entrée and David had to admit Kayla’s taste in food was quite good. But what about her taste in men? Kayla was so demure, so prim and proper looking, quite unlike the lady who had flirted with him on a chat site. David didn’t get many chances to call a woman’s bluff, if indeed...

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Bill Clinton was a-lying through his teeth. “I did not have sex with that woman, Monica Lewinsky,” he said in an oft-parodied press conference. His many political enemies used that statement as the focal point for his impeachment. It’s not like Presidents don’t cheat on their wives – the list, already pretty long, would be longer if many of them hadn’t been widowers – but the leaders of...

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