About Fritz2011
Biography

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.

Name:
Peter Harris
Sex:
Male 
Age:
55
Sign:
Gemini
Relationship Status:
Single
Orientation:
Straight
Location:
Interests:
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.
Favorite Movies:
National Lampoon's Animal House first and foremost. The Mask, the original one. Schindler's List. Many animated films, shorts included.
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 almost never watch
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: February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted: 10 Nov 2016 14:02




I think you missed the point. noll was saying that the countries where the pics that hayley posted force women to cover themselves from head to toe, while the Amish women dress that way more by choice... though I tend to disagree with that if they want to stay in the community and see their families and friends, that IS the garb they must wear. It's just less oppressive than the other garb.

You have a good point. Tradition, in many cultures, decrees that women dress modestly. We can argue with tradition but at least we know why it exists.

I think modest dress for many women (and some men) derives from practical needs. If you're working with your hands out in the hot sun or the cold wind, you will probably like black suits and straw hats, or long dresses and bonnets.

What I really, really dislike is the Islamist tradition that regards women as barely human and condemns them to be invisible or nearly so. I call it Islamist because they are the ones doing it now, but it has a long history in cultures dating back millennia.

The Book of Esther starts with the king of Persia divorcing his wife because she wouldn't dance naked, or at least enticingly, for his rowdy, drunk friends.

We still have quite a ways to go.

Topic: Who is YOUR favorite author on Lush?
Posted: 03 Nov 2016 21:35

I like TraceyAmes the best. All her stories are great including her new Heinz Horowicz story for the latest competition which is a sure winner.

Milik Redman is another great author too.

I agree with you on TraceyAmes. She is astonishingly detail-oriented, setting the stage for each story so you are there. She gives us the joy of lovemaking as well, although some of her stories deal with women being hurt in some way.

I'll put up two other authors, annamagique and Melanieatplay, for prose. I like Callista's poetry and I really like the poetry of Hayley.

Topic: February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted: 31 Oct 2016 16:11



Now consider how those of us who have been dealing with this shit for the last two years feel. Just over a week left and it just can't come soon enough for me. My poor husband who has dual citizenship as a Canadian and an American is wondering if we shouldn't move up north. The only positive is that the end is near. I just hope it's not the end of our country.

My best friend wants to move to Canada if Trump wins. If she does, PLEASE treat her nicely. She and her wife are both nurses and would fit in almost any healthcare setting, so don't worry about her finding work. I hope she will come back, though.

Topic: February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted: 31 Oct 2016 16:07



When forced: yes. It's certainly not always forced though.

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Agreed. Pretty clothes don't make a woman pretty. However, a pretty woman MAKES her clothes pretty.

Topic: Do YOU, as a GUY, GET OFF on LESBIAN Porn?
Posted: 31 Oct 2016 15:57

Yes. Two reasons: One is not seeing a guy's thing, and second is seeing the caring emotions involved.

Topic: February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
Posted: 29 Oct 2016 15:26

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What a very nasty load of twaddle...

1. Financial.. No sponsor needed. Under the EB-5 Programme I was completely eligible and in my time here I have more than satisfied all requirements under that programme... not that I needed it to come... because..
2. I am the step-child of an American Citizen. I was entitled to claim US Citizenship as long as the marriage creating the relationship occurred before I turned 18 years of age. I made that mark by almost 16 years. While I was still a child .. and not just frequently acting like one... all requirements under what is now K-4, I-485 and the respective I-130 were filed, largely at the insistence of my step-grandparents . So it wasn't quick at all. I just had to take up Citizenship before I turned 21, although I did qualify for an exemption/extension if I wanted one.
3. Residency has never been a problem. As a child it depends on your parents or grandparents. Under the Immigration Act, a parent who is a Citizen can apply for Citizenship for a child under 18 years old even if that child is normally resident overseas. So can the child's grandparents, even if the child is a stepchild. The residency thing then applies to the parent or grandparents.

So here I am voting for the first time.... and if you feel I should be deported for exercising my legal right ... and what I feel to be my moral obligation ... ... then that is very 'Clintonite' ... afterall I am one of those "Deplorables?" as she so well put it!... Omg! Like those poor women abused by Bill, I best get ready for my IRS Audit, as per Hillary's want.
But don't worry .. I will be carried kicking and screaming onto the boat/aircraft/whatever ... then I will change my religion and don a fashionable burqa.. .. and walk right back in... <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/eusa_shhh.gif" alt="Shhh"> ... Have always wanted to visit Mexico anyway ... <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/eusa_shhh.gif" alt="Shhh"> .

My grandmother always told me not to discuss religion, politics or money. Maybe I should have listened and just quietly done my own thing <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/dontknow.gif" alt="dontknow"> ... giggles... naaaaaaaah! Too late now anyway!

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Those outfits really don't look bad. What is really bad is the attitude that forces women to wear them.

Topic: Who should be the next US president?
Posted: 25 Oct 2016 07:56



giggles... I wonder how many American politicians you could name that are decent, intelligent and have solid ideas and a plan they could get through the Congress and the Senate? .. Not sure such a political animal exists here <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/confused5.gif" alt="confused5"> . Look what happened to Bernie Sanders? The forces that come against you if you are not "owned" are enormous.

America runs on celebrity status. I have seen it in action at NYFW. It's not the same in Europe, it's different and not to the same degree. In America people associate celebrity with ability and assume that it carries intelligence with it I think. Look at the way the media reports on the celebrity endorsements per candidate. Wonder if the candidate turns out to be useless could you sue the celeb for false advertising? And the biggest critics are always the ones that haven't the courage to try for office themselves. It doesn't pay what they earn I suppose, but the soul selling is much the same I think.

See what happens in November. Great to have a leader but I would prefer someone who will bring change. Seems we have been lead by the nose for years. So I will vote for change, which leaves me only one option on offer.

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I stand beside, behind, in front of, and wherever Hayley on this issue. She's done her research, followed up on it, and presented remarkable conclusions.

I don't know how many things Trump says that voters think, nor how many voters think them. I get the feeling (unresearched) that he's saying what a lot of voters think. So is Hillary. So did Bernie. So did Ted Cruz.

There are exactly zero pollsters and news outlets who think Trump will win the election, and they are making 100 percent sure the voter knows what they think. This bothers the hell out of me. I saw that in Carter vs. Ford in 1976, Clinton vs. Bush in 1992, in Clinton vs. Dole in 1996, in Obama vs. McCain in 2008, and in Obama versus Romney in 2012. This may give the pollsters and the news services tremendous power to pick a President.

I may need to stand behind Hayley because I'm speaking opinion and she's speaking fact. (Blush.)

Topic: Men pics you like!!
Posted: 31 Aug 2016 07:34

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I stopped wearing stage makeup when I realized I'm a character enough without it. Besides, it makes kissing a bear when it all rubs off. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/bighugs.gif" alt="Big Hugs">

Topic: How many Lush users have you revealed your real identity to? How did it go?
Posted: 12 Aug 2016 16:47

My profile contains a lot of true information about me.

As far as deeply personal information, that is more limited. I think only two Lush members, one of whom has left, know "everything" about me.

Topic: What actor(s) do you dislike so much, that you won't even bother watching their movies/shows?
Posted: 07 Jun 2016 16:16

I won't boycott any of them, but the ones on my bad list now are:

Jane Fonda
Alec Baldwin
Johnny Depp
Woody Harrelson
Jamie Foxx (the man REALLY needs to get a new agent!)
George Clooney
Tom Cruise
Sean Penn

Most of these are fine actors but I either don't like their comments or I didn't like their last pictures.

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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...

Added 17 Aug 2015 | Category Love Poems | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 351 | 3 Comments

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...

Added 09 Aug 2015 | Category Erotic Poems | Votes 5 | Avg Score 5 | Views 513 | 4 Comments

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 498 | 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...

Added 10 May 2015 | Category Seduction | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 3,676 | 3 Comments

Aural Sex

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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Although there are some truly gorgeous nude women among my friends, I envision going out with them with their and my clothes on and me admiring how beautiful they are when they're having the simplest kinds of fun.

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Posted: 28 Oct 2016 21:30
Well, I'll never be normal and I doubt I'll be attractive and often I put my foot in my mouth when I talk and I'm not sure how much people like me. At least #4 is something I'm good at!

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