Forum posts made by jack_42

Topic Are you a screamer or a moaner?
Posted 24 Aug 2013 23:38

More a groaner really.

Topic Do all/most Guys have a lingerie fetish.
Posted 24 Aug 2013 10:44

I made a statement on another posting that all/most guys have a lingerie fetish.

I stand by that statement but some aussie female stated "Actually NOT every bloke has a lingerie fetish".

So do you get turned on by lingerie or not, or is fetish a too strong description to use.

I'll start the ball rolling by saying that yes underwear turns me on. I would have liked to have started a poll but not sure how.

I think that going by the amount of industry that goes into the manufacture of female underwear it is fairly obvious that it has an appeal. However to me fetish connotes stealing knickers off washing lines or masturbating holding someone's high heel shoes etc so I don't feel that most men have such an inclination.

Topic Is there anything I can do to not be so sore after working out?
Posted 24 Aug 2013 10:08

I have been working out intensely over the past several weeks. As a result, I'm looking better and feeling sore. My question is, are there things I could do to not be so sore after my workouts. I did legs two days ago and I still feel like jello.

Stop the workouts it's bad for you. Most exercisers seem to die young - there is a village in Italy with the oldest average life span and they all exercise very lightly.

Topic What type of lingerie do you like to wear to drive your lover nuts?
Posted 24 Aug 2013 10:05

My pink wellies do the trick a treat.

Topic SimplyJohn - 3 free Gold memberships HERE!!
Posted 24 Aug 2013 04:31

I will use the first 3 numbers of my RAF identity number 193 it always amuses me to use that as the RAF and I me weren't the best of friends.

Topic Say something nice about the profile of the person above you
Posted 24 Aug 2013 04:22

Hello again.

Topic Would you meet someone from Lush in person?
Posted 22 Aug 2013 14:26

Yes I would - the older I get the more I don't give a damn about consequences and simultaneously want to cram in as much living as possible. I also love travel- still have the Stepenwulf inclination.

Topic What's the one band that according to you, can do no wrong?
Posted 21 Aug 2013 13:00

There's a whole lot more to great music than just technical virtuosity. Many virtuoso musicians make crap music in my mind, because all they want to do is show their skills. Give me an awesome vibe/riff over any virtuous jibberish any time.

And rock groups not being bands? P-lease, the 1940's are long gone and jazz is not the norm to measure everything by.

My main point wasn't so much to revive the 40's as to what I feel of as a band - not that I think something being modern necessarily means good either and as for the expressions you used they were jazz ones anyway. As Cole Porter wrote ''I'm sure that if, I heard even one riff, it would be more terrif.....ically so''. Your implication is that a lot of jazz players are self indulgent however that also applies to players in other fields but stuff like ''I Don't Get Around Much Anymore'' or Take The A Train can't be considered self indulgent. I also acknowledged that rock groups are technically bands but my point was that in my mind ''band'' conjures up a group of musicians that play more than just guitars. I can remember when the expression ''group'' changed into ''band'' - it was in the late 60's but it still sounds strange to me in this context for the reasons I have stated.

Topic The Ultimate Sci-Fi Showdown: STAR WARS vs STAR TREK
Posted 20 Aug 2013 03:04

To me Star Wars is sort of kids stuff like a western set in outer space albeit entertaining. Star Trek although it sometimes has a preachy feel to it does have a more intelligent and optimistic approach to the subject. It is also more believable in itself for example - light sabres are really too much to take. If Al Capone went for Luke Skywalker with a tommy gun I think Capone would win.

Topic Say something nice about the profile of the person above you
Posted 18 Aug 2013 06:00

Can't be bad she joined Lush on my birthday and has a sexy sense of humour.

Topic What's the one band that according to you, can do no wrong?
Posted 18 Aug 2013 05:51

You know I can't help adding another comment. We've all been using the word band and what comes across is what I would call rock groups - I realise that strictly speaking even that grotty lot One Direction yechhh are a band but the word to me connotes more instruments that just vocals, keyboards, drums and guitars. My father's generation produced some amazing musicians as opposed to the current vogue (and I am part of that) of self taught rock musicians which has prevailed since the 50's. Names like Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Bennie Goodman, MJQ, Dave Brubeck etc it would be very difficult for many rock groups to equal their technical virtuosity. In fact the ''biggest band in the world'' would be the first to agree with that.

Topic Attraction (Science) - Would you agree?
Posted 18 Aug 2013 05:33

I am baffled by the use of ''shame'' in this discussion - I understand ''introspective'' but shame to me indicates guilt over some bad action - not to be confused with some ''rebellious inclination'' but something to be truly ashamed of (or is ''shame'' just some sort of point of reference term?) Why would that be appealing to a mothering instinct? I would have thought some sort of ''helplessness'' indication would be a better definition in this context of mothering. Also I thought that women are attracted to good providers therefore in today's world that would be the potential high earners rather then the past's more primitive criteria. If I was a girl I would like clever laid back guys who don't compete and try and prove themselves all the time as that's the kind of women I like.

shame Show IPA noun, verb, shamed, sham·ing.
the painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonorable, improper, ridiculous, etc., done by oneself or another: She was overcome with shame.
susceptibility to this feeling: to be without shame.
disgrace; ignominy: His actions brought shame upon his parents.
a fact or circumstance bringing disgrace or regret: The bankruptcy of the business was a shame. It was a shame you couldn't come with us.
verb (used with object)
to cause to feel shame; make ashamed: His cowardice shamed him.
to drive, force, etc., through shame: He shamed her into going.
to cover with ignominy or reproach; disgrace.

Topic Comments Preferences
Posted 18 Aug 2013 01:00

Am I getting this right? Are ''speedos'' these - to me quite normal looking bathing costumes as opposed to those current awful long ones that must feel dreadfully nasty and wet flapping around your legs yechhh! It must be a cultural thing/gender thing (I've never seen a girl in one thank god). They also look very old fashioned to me and when I was younger anyone with that sort of costume was a figure of fun - it was a cliche for a corny tourist - with cameras around the neck, a Hawaiian shirt and ....Bermuda shorts.

Topic Older men, do you really want to be with a younger woman atleast one in your life?
Posted 18 Aug 2013 00:50

All of them - any age women are just so gorgeous. I internally drool on the metro at the sight of them - a lot of women nowadays of all ages make the best of themselves. I can catch my breath at some lovely strong limbed creature in outrageous clothing but also many older women have poise and confidence and are extremely attractive. I'm afraid I'm just a dirty old man that's never recovered from discovering girls.

Topic What's your favorite Disney Movie/Character?
Posted 18 Aug 2013 00:41

The pekinese in Lady and the Tramp. Amazing how Disney let the character be shown as it was quite risque especially for the 50's.

Topic Power Foods
Posted 17 Aug 2013 06:23

I believe nutrition can make a difference on health as a whole if you consider it thoroughly and entirely. If you simply drink green tea, but eat at McDonald's the whole year, you might not really notice important benefits. It's the cumulation of small benefits that make you healthy in the end.

Myself I eat healthy foods 90% of the time and I feel quite healthy and energic, have clear thoughts, have no medical condition, etc.

I do appreciate your comments. I wouldn't be seen dead in McDonald's ironically I went in once and they had great difficulty in finding me one of their advertised salads (an indication of what most people eat there). :) However you didn't quite answer my question - is this stuff the miracle tonic of its reputation or not? I feel I do eat mainly healthy foods, am the same weight as when I was 16 - 9st 6lbs but do have bronchitis (a legacy from my smoking days). And like a lot of older people am fixated about my health - yes you all have this to look forward to along with different sleep patterns due to having less of the chemical that keeps you asleep, and a fascination with bowel movements (told you I was fixated about health).

Topic What's the one band that according to you, can do no wrong?
Posted 16 Aug 2013 06:23

I like lots of bands however there are tracks played by all of them that I don't like so to answer the question truthfully I can't think of any performers who I would feel were always perfect not even the biggest band of all time.

Topic Power Foods
Posted 16 Aug 2013 06:16

After research on the net I have started drinking powdered green tea the idea is that as it's powdered you get more benefit from it as you consume everything. However I have my doubts about all so called health foods and would be interested in anyone's experience regarding this as part of me thinks I am just going through the motions and finishing the packet as it was very expensive.

Topic Poor Little Old Oprah Winfrey
Posted 14 Aug 2013 23:42

I don't have any particular axe to grind against Oprah Winfrey I felt she gave quite an impressive performance in The Colour Purple. However I do feel anyone earning these vast sums of money is drastically overpaid. I don't give a damn if anyone thinks I'm jealous of a rich life style but it is obscene to spend 38000 on a purse in fact it's obscene to offer it for sale in the first place and I do have a problem knowing I live well compared to third world countries where people starve never mind can only afford 1 car a family (by the way I can't really afford a car but don't want one). I suppose my inclinations are towards socialism but some fairer distribution of the world's resources seems the only thing rather than pretending to 'rescue' poor oppressed countries like Iraq which just happens to be the world's second biggest oil producer but ignoring other oppressed places like Egypt where the main industry is only displaying the past. I see this whole pretentious incident a symptom of these contradictions.

Topic does anyone here have a favorite musical?
Posted 13 Aug 2013 11:58

Singing In The Rain.....

"I'm singin' in the rain
Just singin' in the rain,
What a glorious feeling,
And I'm happy again.
I'm laughing at clouds
So dark, up above,
The sun's in my heart
And I'm ready for love.

Let the stormy clouds chase.
Everyone from the place,
Come on with the rain
I have a smile on my face.
I'll walk down the lane
With a happy refrain
Just singin', singin' in the rain."

Simple but so very classy

I agree with this one I believe it is the most shown film clip of all time.

Topic what grabs your attention when reading profiles?
Posted 13 Aug 2013 03:39

The resume part which is often a bit aggressive and off putting. The kind that says things like be respectful etc. I would prefer it if people made positive assumptions about unknown people rather than the opposite. It's perfectly obvious what civilized behaviour is and there is no need to belabour the point.

Topic Do u guys enjoy kissing? or just straight to the action?
Posted 12 Aug 2013 10:14

Well the young couple I saw on the tram this afternoon obviously like kissing. They were devouring each other to the point where I nearly offered them the price of a hotel room.

Topic what is your favorite movie quote
Posted 11 Aug 2013 11:11

In The Heat of The Night. Sidney Poitier falsely arrested for murder is asked by the inefficient racist red neck police what he does for a living he replies '' I'm a homicide detective for the Philadelphia police.'' One of my all time favourite movie moments.

Topic Describe your penis as a movie title
Posted 02 Aug 2013 12:38

The Incredible Shrinking Man. (as a breed we're noted to understate.)

Topic Sexy women and food
Posted 02 Aug 2013 10:16

There is a relevant saying that I particularly like but may perhaps be outmoded and that is referring to a very intelligent and attractive woman as 'the thinking man's crumpet.'

Topic Jealousy
Posted 28 Jul 2013 13:35

Our ideas about 'faithful' relationships are built on jealousy otherwise none us would have any problem with extra marital relationships trust breaking etc we would all agree to a well rounded 'mature' acceptance of all our little kinks and quirks. However this is not the case and I'm sure this would apply to sub/dom relationships too.

Topic Full Bush, Trimmed or Fully Shaven or Waxed
Posted 28 Jul 2013 13:27

What was that line in the movie with Mel Gibson and he was only experimenting with leg waxing?

Topic would you be a boyfriend for a girl who wants to save her virginity till marriage?
Posted 28 Jul 2013 13:25

But what about my statement would you use to support that statement, Jack_42?

If we are talking a reasonable length of time of course I would respect some crazy hangup with waiting until the union is sanctified; but 30 years - give me a break this would make a good movie. ''Yes here it cums a pent up wall of orgasm 30 years worth of sperm drowning the innocent virgin as she sacrifices her all for her chosen mate.''

Topic Just Wondering, Please Help?
Posted 28 Jul 2013 13:14

Not simply James Joyce, but some Henry Miller, William Burroughs, Thomas Pynchon and others. They were experimenters with writing who intentionally wrote to obfuscate and try to teach a new way of reading. Stream of conscious writing does not lend itself well to actual storytelling which most erotica is.

Joyce's material didn't touch on the erotic or Henry Miller? Obfuscate? I don't think the idea was to confuse the reader so much as depict the way thought patterns work. Most novels are story telling (or are you saying Ulysses doesn't tell a story or Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man ) stream of consciousness notwithstanding? There is also an argument that some erotica is not so much telling a story as depicting a function or scene. Anyway my point was ignored with this digression into the literary style lesson you decided to go into.