Forum posts made by gemgeekett

Topic Poetry challenge: Use the last line first
Posted 30 May 2014 20:20

The love of your life if right here,
But why do you look right through me,
as if I'm nothing more the a pane glass
which stands between you and your fantasies?

When in fact,
I shelter you from the rain and snow,
and let the warm and healing light of the sun through

Why do you keep sliding me aside,
When I keep the frosty wind of false affection
from blowing you off your feet, and into the cold?

See me, SEE ME.
I'm tired being there only in the background.

Perhaps, just perhaps, you'll miss me when I'm gone.
by then,

Someone will see me for what I am,
a multi-coloured college of light
waiting to be cherished.

Topic The Food Style Thread
Posted 03 Dec 2013 07:02

Shake Shack Burgers!!!

Topic The Food Style Thread
Posted 03 Dec 2013 05:32

Kimchi Fries with five spice tofu. Who knew? SO SO awesome. It's hard to go back to a regular poutine now.

Topic Poetry challenge: Use the last line first
Posted 01 Oct 2013 21:18

That something more was to come
Was what her gut had told her
As their eyes met from across the room.

How can this possibly be?
What what her head asked
As they moved together, drawn by some unexplainable force.

Then it was hands, arms, legs, breasts.
And lips...
Oh, the lips.
And tongues and cocks and clits.
As they all melt together and become one.

And soft thighs meets muscular shoulders
No longer wet and soft, but hard and merciless



His brows dripping with sweat as she cries for a deep release
Their loins shudder as the orgasm finally crashes over them

But even if her body and mind radiates and basks in satisfaction,
Her heart knows,
He is not hers to keep.

Topic Obligatory Makeup Thread
Posted 13 Aug 2013 00:07

I don't know if you guys familar with this...

This is quite possibly one of the best mascaras ever. I have itty bitty lashes, and this is the first mascaras that actually gave me real definition and full lashes, and I've tried everything from Maybelline up to Dior.

As for lipsticks, i recently bought one of these...

My signature colour was Girl About Town by MAC. But after I tried the Armani, there is no going back. The texture is night and day. It's super smooth, super moisturizing and the colour saturation is incredible. And the Lipstick tube is magnetic, so the cap stays on with a click!!!

Topic Skincare 101
Posted 12 Aug 2013 23:53

As for me, I personally like the oil-cleansing method. And I had apprehensions about it. As she says in her video, I thought putting oil directly onto your face was counter productive.

I've been cleaning my fae with oil for about eight years now, and I do swear by it. However, the urban girl in me isnt quite brave enough to forgo my products- I use this, and has kept my skin looking amazing:

I'm prone to hyper pigmentation, so sunblock is a religion for me. On top of that, I do actually use the serum and the cream in the same series. It contains a high concentration of Vitamin C to help break up the spots. It's a little pricey, but absolutely worth the cost and its the only thing I'll let near my face.

Topic What is your favourite scent?
Posted 14 Jul 2013 21:59

Topic Foot Candy
Posted 14 Jul 2013 21:52

I just tried these on in the store.... LOVE!!

Topic Foot Candy
Posted 12 Jul 2013 04:28

I ca't begin to tell you guys how much I adore these....

Topic Poetry challenge: Use the last line first
Posted 03 Jul 2013 07:34

You know him too, he's me you see
the one that has lusted for you
from deep beyond the shadows

the one that would feel your heat
as I plunge my hands into your hair
and drive my rod deep into the damp softness

the one that would swallow your moans
of longing and desire and release
as your body shudders underneath my hands

but before I get you under my spell
I will be here, that man in the corner,
and you will see me
when you're ready

Topic Poetry challenge: Use the last line first
Posted 02 Jul 2013 14:15

But with her I know is my Fate
To forever crave
The touch of her lips
The smell of her skin

But yet I know she is my heart's folley
To forever hunt
My waking hours
My darkest dream

But for her, I will abide
To forever wait
Until the stone crumble
Until her tears dry

Topic Poetry challenge: Use the last line first
Posted 29 Jun 2013 13:04

Kiss her goodnight
and let her lips bewitch you.
Let her perfume
envelope your senses
She has you now
under her spell
So just let go, forget the rights and wrong
And let her body leave
An indelible memory

Topic Poetry challenge: Use the last line first
Posted 02 Jun 2013 16:43

That he was already there
in her heart
is what she always knew

He's always been there in the shadows
but never to realize
that she is in his heart

He passes her, like a ship in the night
Soul still empty
and waiting for a love
that would complete them both

Topic Poetry challenge: Use the last line first
Posted 02 Jun 2013 06:49

Not now, not ever
Will she feel like this again.
To have her soul touched,
To feel her heart soar
As the moment
His eyes catches hers,
And their lips meet in a melting kiss.

Topic Happy Birthday Dancing Doll!
Posted 02 Feb 2013 05:45

Quick! Every one hide! Ash is about to arrive at her Surprise Party here!!

Topic Approaching 150K members, $150 Amazon Voucher up for grabs!
Posted 21 Oct 2012 21:32

November 10th!

Topic How do I make a story banner?
Posted 26 Jul 2012 17:12

*LOL* Sandrine you and I have the same idea! (hey, Is that Okie in your banner?? )

Topic Happy Birthday Gav!
Posted 14 Jun 2012 13:34,550x550,075,f.happy-birthday.jpg

Hope you had a great day Gav :)

Topic info
Posted 09 Jun 2012 10:04

We have a BDSM section in the forums - I think you will find your answers there...


Topic Share Recipes
Posted 29 Apr 2012 07:38

Spicy Carbonara-ish Pasta

Bring a large pot of water to boil and cook your pasta. I like linguini or bucitini.

In a large frying pan, render some panchetta thats been cut intonstrips of lardons over medium heat. Add a handful of frozen peas and coom for about 2 minutes. Add 3 tablespoons of butter and 2 finely minced cloves of garlic.

Beat two eggs wth a splash of cream. When the pasta is done, add it to the panand take everythng off the heat. Add beaten eggs and as much Franks Red Hot sauce as you dare. Toss the whole lot carefully together.

Grate over some grated parmaganio, salt and pepper.

Serve yourself, and whomever you're with. Tastes best after a crazy drunken nght, when this recipe was born.

Topic Hangover heaven
Posted 29 Apr 2012 07:28

I swear by soup noodles or pasta at the end of the night.

My sister, rugby player and party girl, swears by these crazy Tamarid Pills from Japan.
The problem with thosenis you have to take them before you go out, which takes forsight.

Also makes you pee all sorts of funny colours... bunny

Topic Best beer
Posted 28 Apr 2012 08:52

DD! You're in TO! Of all the microbrews around here.... drunken

Okay, Canadians represent here- be it known I almost never touch Molson ;)

Steam Whistle is a fabulous, easy Pilsner from right here in Toronto- ultra drankable, but may be difficult to find anywhere else.

MacAlsen is a great bewery in Quebec- in the Wheatbeer category - I favor their St Ambroise Apricot, and if I can find it, The St Ambroise Raspberry.

South of the border, I'm obsessed with Abita, from Louisiana. Purple Haze is what I drink when I find it.

Unless I'm in Boston, then Is Sam Adams anything on tap.

Okay, fine. i love me a Guinness, properly poured, on Tap, never canned.

I swear, I'm not an alcoholic!

Topic Share Recipes
Posted 26 Apr 2012 14:35

definitely YUMMY! (sited:

CRACKED BROWNIES (not crack brownies!! lol)

Turn your oven to 350 degrees.

In a 3- or 4-quart saucepan, melt a stick-and-a-half of butter with 2 ounces of unsweetened chocolate. Since these are The Best Ever Brownies you should use the highest-quality chocolate (and butter!) that you can find, though I’ll whisper to you behind my hand that a batch I made using Baker’s, which is basically the Alpo of the unsweetened chocolate world, was met with oohs and aahs and a whole lot of paws surreptitiously darting toward the plate for just one more, I swear this is my last one OH MY GOD I CAN’T STOP WHAT IS IN THESE

Once those two things are melted, turn the heat off and move the pot to a cold burner to let it cool down for a spell.

Now stir in the following things:

A heaping ¼ cup of cocoa powder
2 cups of sugar
3 eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 cup flour

When that’s all nicely mixed, pour the batter into a 8”x8” square pan that you’ve lined with greased foil such that the foil drapes over the edges of the pan.

That’s pretty much it, except for the secret part. The crack part. Have you guessed yet what it is?

It is salt.

But not just any salt. Maldon salt. Himalayan pink salt also works, as does Sel Gris. Kosher salt does not work; neither does table salt. You need rocks, Jenny from the block. About a teaspoon of ‘em, but kind of eyeball it, giving the top of the brownie batter a pretty good coating with the stuff. Once you’ve done that, put the pan in the oven, let everything bake for 30-35 minutes before cooling for one hour at room temperature, followed by one hour in the refrigerator. Cut them into 16ths.

Have you ever wondered what your friends look and sound like when they orgasm? Because fair warning: you’ll find out, and you should know that before you trot these babies out because it’s actually a really disturbing thing to know. (The silent ones freak me out the most.)

PA between this nd the Nutella Cheesecke i think i love you...Hugs

Topic New Features
Posted 04 Apr 2012 05:40

Thanks Gav!!Hugs

Topic Lush Matching Photo Game:
Posted 29 Feb 2012 12:46

Champagne Glass

Topic Stolen Work?
Posted 29 Feb 2012 10:34

I think they're ripping stories off "Lit" as well...I'm over there now and there's a story titled 'What I learned on Lit"

In the interest of "All for One, One for all" of "actual" writing sites, should we let them know??

Topic The ethics of wearing fur or animal skins
Posted 23 Feb 2012 07:50

A friend of mine is a clothing designer, and she specializes in re-purposed, recycled fabrics, organic hemp and other "non-cotton" organic fabrics.
She is an environmentalist, strict vegetarian because of her ethical beliefs and 100% organic.

She single handedly owns more vintage fur and leather coats then everyone I know combined.

Her reasoning behind fur is this - all the fur she purchases are vintage and secondhand. These are pieces that an animal has already been killed once, and if she didn't wear them, they will go to a landfill. Fur is warm (important considering our Canadian winters) , it is organic and will decompose at some point. Same as her leather jackets.

I will never purchase a brand new fur jacket- It is barbaric what they do to the animals for their fur, but her reasoning has led me to get a vintage fur coat instead of a new high tech jacket.

Topic The worst thing a guy has done on a date with u?
Posted 30 Jan 2012 06:57

He suggested a waffle house, which was fine, ordered everything off the menu, outright admitted he didn't have cash on him, Then I was stupid enough to go play pool with him, where he promptly kicked my ass, which would have been fine if he didn't feel the need to "school me. He took me home on the subway - didn't exit the turnstile so he'll save a token, and asked for a kiss, which I gave, and it was like kissing a cold, dead fish.

What can I say- I was 22 and stupid!

Topic I love meat!
Posted 30 Jan 2012 06:48

Like the fabulous DLizzy I will admit to being a full on omnivore. ( I'm Chinese- there are far too many good things t eat!). In the last few years though, I've started to take more care about what I eat - I will take a great roasted eggplant over just an okay steak any day of the week. Also started being vegetarian for breakfast and lunch and saving the carnivore nature for dinner only.

So I guess this makes me bi??hello1

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm putting down my tomato/avocado/old cheddar on multigrain (!) and seeking out a two inch think rib eye steak for dinner ....

Oh oh oh!! And red wine goes with everything!!!drunken

Topic Chinese/Japanese
Posted 20 Jan 2012 04:16

I read traditional Chinese, and I always, ALWAYS caution people against getting character tats. The Asian languages doesnt "work" the same way english does- one character does not always have one meaning. It's always grammatically better to string a whole phrase together. There is no ONE character that means (and these are the ones I've see) beautiful, sisters, strength, thoughtful, mysterious. It takes two or three characters sometimes- there's the context too, and different characters is used in different context. There is one word for love, but ther are so many people with that tat it's cliche.

And then there is the issue of the handwriting. I've seen it so badly done akin to the handwriting of a three year old. Asian handwriting - be it Chinese or Japanese , takes years to perfect. Its Hard for me to explain the nuance.

My suggestion is unless your tattoo artist is Asian, or you're getting your tattoo in Hong Kong or Tokyo, go with somthing in English, French, Spanish....