Forum posts made by jack_42

Topic Would You Have A Threesome?
Posted 22 Jun 2013 00:14

Tried MMF and MFF but MMM does not appeal, also foursome MFMF. Liked all of them but of course I'm a creepy dirty old man.

Topic What is the number one thing about guys that baffles you?
Posted 20 Jun 2013 00:51

I never do this but also don't understand how it is supposed to be typical male behaviour. I would have thought the generalisation would be the reverse. However what I do do is mull over missed opportunities such as when someone was interested and made it clear and I was interested too but never reciprocated a sort of masochistic memory ''Ah if only''.

Topic What colour are your eyes?
Posted 20 Jun 2013 00:42

Blue but I love green eyes.

Topic Your opinion: Top 10 Rock Guitarists of All Time
Posted 20 Jun 2013 00:39

Chuck Berry (whether you like him or not he singlehandedly influenced an entire generation of guitar players).
Scotty More (for similar reasons to the above)
Peter Green,
Paul Kossoff
Jim Hendrix
Joe Brown
James Burton
Geof Beck
Jimmy Page
Albert Lee

I would like to emphasise that these are rock guitarists I rate - as to who are the best guitarists period that is an entirely different ball game starting with Segovia and going down.

Topic Masturbation
Posted 20 Jun 2013 00:25

Next spontaneous erection.

Topic wifes that chat up sexy strangers and then fuck them as soon as they get the chance to.
Posted 20 Jun 2013 00:08

I have no problem with the morality of this - whatever is mutually agreed on is fine with me. However it tends to emphasise the futility of the marriage service you do actually promise to have physical relations with only that person or do we feel that the ceremony should be adjusted to each individual couples requirements. ''Cling only to her except for the occasional threesome and if drunk on New Year's Eve maybe an understandable orgy or two.''

Topic What is the number one thing about guys that baffles you?
Posted 19 Jun 2013 05:46

You’re in a relationship with a woman you love, you might be married to her, but you’re having a night out with your mates and you end up at a party, club or bar and there’s this hot piece of female ass coming on to you big time. She is basically putting sex on a plate for you if you want it.

Would you reject her?

If the 100% truthful answer was yes to “Reject” then total respect.

The problem is, I would still find it very difficult to believe you.

The band was really rocking and we involved the audience dragging girls on stage to do impromptu vocals - a really cute one in a pink suit stood beside me and surreptitiously felt my naughty bits then when they were all sitting back down kept looking at me as we played. At the end of the night I hid in the dressing room but you're right I was tempted. And maybe you would believe me that it happened if I say that now I regret the missed opportunity.

Topic Being stared at by men on the street?
Posted 19 Jun 2013 05:30

You know it's hard to realise you've crossed some mystical boundary and now you're not a bloke with a normal healthy sex drive but ''a creepy dirty old man''. The positive side is the younger ones can know that it doesn't go away as you age. I also find the expression somewhat sexist as I've yet to hear the converse ''dirty old woman'' which probably would only connote some old bat who has no personal hygiene. To digress slightly a married woman in her 80's was asked at what age did she think men lose interest in the opposite sex and she replied that she didn't know.

Topic Musicians amongst us, show yourselves!
Posted 18 Jun 2013 12:02

I am contemplating buying a ukelele and having a go on that young George was quite handy on one of those which I think is why Joe Brown played one at the memorial gig for George - he did I'll See You In My Dreams - very moving.

Topic Hollywood Female Actor You Would Like To Marry
Posted 18 Jun 2013 04:41

I think you can't answer this question until you actually meet the person you admire from afar because the nature of their profession may hide their real personality they might not be brain dead self seeking greedy bitches like they appear to be with their fixation with image and expensive things. Perhaps if you asked which actress you would like to have a date with would be a better question.

Topic Musicians amongst us, show yourselves!
Posted 18 Jun 2013 04:26

Count me in as #3 for the piano-kids. I started extremely early as a child, went through the Royal Conservatory with grades and exams every year and then gave it up in my early teens. I also had an 'evil' piano teacher in my last two years playing (seems to be a lot of them going around!) - it made me dread lessons. As well, my schedule growing up was jam packed with extracurricular activities and lessons and I thought it was time to start paring things down and concentrating on just one or two disciplines in my teens. Piano was a casualty of those decisions.

In school though - because they make you play an instrument and piano was not available, I also dabbled in the flute. I remember being sick at the time of the year they assigned instruments based on every kid's wish-list. When I returned to school I found out I was stuck with the one nobody wanted - the French horn. Aaack! I tried to make a go of it, but my teacher eventually felt sorry for me trying to lug this monster instrument home. It was wayyy too big for me. He made an exception and found a flute for me to switch over to. Much better.

The guitar is still something I'd love to try to pick up sometime. And I've always had a strange yearning for the cello. Maybe one day.

I am totally jealous of the opportunities you got. When I was at school music lessons were the music teacher teaching us the rudiments of sheet music but the only instrument in sight was the piano he played to illustrate the theory. Years later I taught myself rock guitar and now music is my main reason for existence. But I always regret not starting earlier and with a good grounding in theory. I have managed to make my living out of it and still play regularly now but feel that many of my shortcomings would have been helped with an earlier and more formal approach. I can read music but not sight read and can hold my own with a lot of good players, jam on bass or guitar and even write my own stuff but I always regret not learning to play at 4 or something instead of in my mid 20's.

Topic What is the number one thing about guys that baffles you?
Posted 18 Jun 2013 04:12

The older I get the less patience I have with stereo types and the sex war. I have no time to waste hiding my emotions under a front of bravado or with some preconceived way of behaviour ''men do this or women do that'' etc - if this is the case (and I have my doubts about the natural side of these things - there are plenty of women tougher than me) then the war is pointless as we didn't make ourselves one gender or the other as it was due to some biological bingo game. However having said that the only way to behave is the good old cliche listen discuss and compromise and I feel that is irrespective of our dangly bits. If I want to cry I do but the same goes for laughter.

Topic Teasing At Work
Posted 17 Jun 2013 09:35

Hey guys so I'm a cashier at a bulk store where we are able to wear anything we like except for a vest. I love wearing kinda low cut tops and tight pants jus to tease the customers and my bosses ;-) so my question is, have you ever been tempted like that before by a cashier? Or am I a minority on this lol

When you say ''vest'' do you mean the male undergarment currently back in vogue which is a piece of cotton with shoulder straps or are you referring to a cloth garment sometimes worn as part of a 3 piece suit and called a waistcoat in the UK which buttons down the front and is sleeveless?

Topic Teasing At Work
Posted 17 Jun 2013 09:27

Most things that are considered to be work like admin/shop work/Call Centre etc are totally boring after about 2 weeks, so a bit of light relief in the form of teasing clothing style is just the thing. In fact in all my experiences at straight jobs the main theme of conversations was this. The other theme was football (soccer for our US readers) and that would be when I would drift off and actually do some work.

Topic Chivalry?
Posted 17 Jun 2013 09:01

Chivalry does exist but not to it's full extent anymore, a guy may well hold a door open for you but I doubt anyone will find a guy to lay down his coat in a puddle for you.

I would if it was Elizabeth II and the puddle covered a huge 4 foot deep hole. No doubt I would suffer the same fate as my predecessor with Elizabeth I.

Topic Oral Stimulation Advice
Posted 17 Jun 2013 08:47

Oh you have to buy a stop watch that would be really appreciated. ''Just a minute dear just setting up your oral stimulation countdown now ok here we go.'' click/lick.

Topic Rockin' Covers! Cover songs of course.
Posted 17 Jun 2013 08:30

Dr Feelgood doing Riot in Cell Block Number 9. (I don't know how to post the video thingy. But here's the link to one of the UK's most influential and dangerous bands.)

By the way this stuff is called R & B. :)

Topic Guys, what kind of perfume or shower gel is turning you on?
Posted 17 Jun 2013 08:27

There's a wonderful perfume but I don't know the name of it. I've been smelling it for about 40 years and come across it at periodic intervals so it must be still popular. I always smell it on some woman passing me on the street or on a bus or something and don't really want to run up to a total stranger (we're British you know) and say ''Wow what a great perfume you have on. What's it called?'' I could get arrested or something - especially dangerous if I was wearing a long macintosh. I suppose I could haunt perfume counters in stores and try them all out but I'm sure WellMadeMale wouldn't approve of that one and besides - it probably smells different without a body to enhance it. Heh! Heh! No I'll probaby die never knowing its name like some haunting tune that you recognise but don't know the name of to go and listen more regularly but it always move you. There must be some sort of universal law about these things.

Topic Chivalry?
Posted 16 Jun 2013 16:08

We seem to be saying that chivalry is some sort of act that allows for politeness etc related to the female sex. Surely if you are going to behave in a special way for someone you care for then that must cut both ways. If it only applies to behaviour regarding males behaviour to females then some sort of distinction is being made and that is where it becomes a sexist gesture in my opinion. My current partner is taller than me so she can reach for the higher article easier than I can. It would be over the top if I fetched a step ladder when she could just reach up and get it. I'm not saying have no consideration but the gender issue should be irrelevant. If we are saying that people are ruder generally speaking OK I would maybe agree with that with reservation as I find in many ways the current time makes a lot of allowances that previous times were intolerant and prejudicial about.

Topic Chivalry?
Posted 16 Jun 2013 03:05

I absolutely adore women but feel that treating them like fragile creatures who can't open doors or move chairs is a form of a patronising insult. However politeness and consideration should be genderless and applied to all - I've held many a door open for a guy/girl walking close behind me. It's sort of embarrassing to write this as it all seems a bit obvious and even as I write I feel as if I'm being a bit twee and stating the obvious. (Philip Sidney the perfect Renaissance man during his famous bit of chivalry told them to give the water to a man after all even then).

Topic What's the ONE thing you really hate to do?
Posted 14 Jun 2013 23:41

Make mistakes. Quite amusing and to support my choice I made a grammatical error on this and went back and corrected it. :)

Topic Vasectomy / The Snip - who's had it?
Posted 14 Jun 2013 06:30

I swelled up and could not walk about for about 3 days. For a long time afterwards I had a sort of burning sensation in my balls during sex but eventually it went away, (it wasn't necessarily a negative feeling just different). I have absolutely no regrets and would do it again. I feel the choice of who to be thus changed should be the man rather than the woman as it is a relatively minor operation.

Topic What do you do to stay fit?
Posted 14 Jun 2013 06:14

The longest lived people statistically speaking come from a village in Italy and they believe in only light exercise. Most exercise freaks seem to die young like the guy who invented jogging. But I do jump on tables and chairs whilst playing a solo in Johnny B Goode and do the occasional duck walk too.

Topic Movies you would like to see made
Posted 14 Jun 2013 02:09

A bio of one of the USA's most successful seminal rockers Ricky Nelson, War Of The Worlds in the time period and setting of the book, Soul Music by Terry Pratchett and a really graphic bio of Oscar Wilde,

Topic Do girls like to talk dirty during sex?
Posted 14 Jun 2013 02:04

For sure! After yes of phone sex with a long distance relationship, I am a master at dirty talking and basically setting up a story or scene. I also like to talk dirty to myself with I am alone, just really adds to the experience. Sex can fulfill the sense of touch, sense of emotion, sense of taste, sense of smell, sense of sight, and with a little dirty talking can fulfill our sense of all around experience!

MMM totally agree with this.

Topic Sexual Accidents
Posted 13 Jun 2013 16:19

I once knee jerked whilst receiving oral sex and my partner ended up with a black eye. This without going into detail created a lot of social problems.

Topic What advice would you give planet Earth?
Posted 13 Jun 2013 11:07

It's time you all grew up now and start to live together sensibly you've been around long enough and know the right way to behave even though you don't, (which I now realise is more or less the same advice the alien gave in The Day The Earth Stood Still.). :)

Topic Describe yourself in one word
Posted 13 Jun 2013 10:53


Topic 101 Best Written Shows many did you watch or enjoy?
Posted 13 Jun 2013 10:33

I thought this question was about which were the best written shows not necessarily which shows you personally liked which may or may not be the same thing. I have great admiration for a number of US writers Paul Simon in particular and you can see his influence in spin off shows like the Odd Couple. To have the skill and depth of feeling to illustrate humourously the problems of two conflicting personalities requires an impressive talent. Or Joseph Heller who's style in my opinion highly influenced Richard Hooker who wrote MASH whereby the ideals of the 60's are presented through the brilliant Grouch Marxesque one liners of Haweye Pierce ''Oh when the war is finished around here they'll take it on the road. '' - Where war is compared to a fabricated money making theatrical exercise. I therefore feel that such an issue requires more than a ''hit parade'' reaction and hope I have gone some little way in illustrating that.

Topic Need a mans point of view, (football and concussions)
Posted 13 Jun 2013 10:02

As a parent I do sympathize with your worry but as your son is over 16 aren't all those sort of decisions up to him? When I was his age I was a member of the RAF and my parents had no control over my sporting activities, (even though most of my time was spent avoiding such physical exertion.) or health issues for example they couldn't stop me smoking.