About LondonLimey


I'm a 41-year-old divorced father of one. I work in marketing for a luxury travel company and I mainly enjoy writing true stories about sexual encounters through my life. Although I do occasionally write fiction pieces when the mood takes me.

For the last 10 years, I've become more and more involved in my local BDSM community. Learning to accept my desires and discover much more about myself. I started as more submissive but over time have realised I'm really a switch. While I'm very happy to explore my dominant side with the right people I'm still delighted to find the right person to submit to.

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Covent Garden, Greater London, United Kingdom
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19 Feb 2019 03:01
Reading, writing, scuba diving, skiing, theatre. Jeez I hate writing these lists. Basically, I'm interested in most exciting and "interesting" things.
Favorite Books:
On The Road, L'Etranger, Shantaram, Room, We Need To Talk About Kevin god this list could go on forever so I'll stop now.

One book I keep trying to read, and really enjoy, but always get distracted is The Seven Pillars of Wisdom - so intense but so dense at the same time.
Favorite Authors:
There's simply too many to mention, but a few that stick in my mind are Kerouac, Camus, King (mainly the Dark Tower series), Hunter S Thompson (especially his journalistic pieces), Faulks, Grisham, used to love the old Clancy books but not so much anymore.
Favorite Movies:
Too many to list
Favourite TV Shows:
Is this "of all time" or just "right now"?

Either way, it has to include the Sopranos, Six Feet Under, Breaking Bad, GoT, the first couple of seasons of 24, Doctor Who, Homeland (except the middle few seasons).
Favorite Music:
While I love the classics of GnR, Metallica, Faith No More, Blur, Oasis, Pulp and more modern acts like Bastille, Kings of Leon, The Killers etc.

My one true love, a voice that always moves me is the late, great Johnny Cash. One of the few people I really wish I could have met before he died.


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Topic: August 6 -- Hiroshima Day
Posted: 06 Aug 2018 18:58

The Japanese military had or was about to surrender? That hardly seems consistent with the 'defend to the end' strategies of Peleliu, Okinawa and Iwo Jima.

Let's see some sources then mate.

In early-mid 1945 the Japanese adopted a layered defense and would fight to the death. For example on Okinawa:
US killed or missing: approx. 7,613
US Wounded: 31,807
non-battle casualties (mostly shell shock/battle fatigue); 26,221

Japanese killed: 107,539
An additional 20,000 Japanese buried in caves by bombing/shelling by either side
Japanese surrenders: approx 10,000
Okinawana civilians killed by shelling/bombing: approx 42,000

The figures for Peleliu: approx 10,900 Japanese died only 19 combatants were captured/surrendered
Source: "With The Old Breed" by E.B. Sledge, a US Marine who was there.

On Iwo Jima there were an estimated 20,000 Japanese military. During the battle a grand total of 216 were taken prisoner. (About 850 additional captured after the battle)
Source: Wikipedia

I'll happily provide sources. But as a new member, I'm not yet allowed to post links.

It is however common knowledge that Japan was negotiating with Russia on when and where to surrender and had already succeeded control of their airspace days before the bomb.

Had the invasion of Japan been necessary casualties would have been in the 100,000's

I'm hardly in favour of nuclear weapons but it was either two A-bombs or endless conventional bombing of Japan with similarly devastating results.

Topic: Vampire in chief
Posted: 06 Aug 2018 18:50

Brexit is going dreadfully for us. As expected by anyone with a couple of brain cells to rub together.

Every day shines a light on more and more aspects that have never been even considered before.

But don't believe for a second that I voted for this mass economic suicide. Much like those that voted for Trump, those that voted for Brexit are the ones that will be hit the hardest by it.

However, I'm still not convinced it will actually happen.

Topic: August 6 -- Hiroshima Day
Posted: 06 Aug 2018 15:35

Once again I wish that were true. But it's simply not.

It's a commonly held fallacy, especially in North America. But the truth is that surrender was already agreed and it was only the details of when and where that was dragging on.

The US military, as is there want, believed this was a stalling tactic and were eager to test their new bomb to show Russia who had the upper hand.

There was zero military reason to drop the bombs. It did, however, show who had the biggest dick and then spark 40 years of cold war.

But to claim that it saved lives is naive at best. To this day people are still dying.

Did it save American lives? Possibly a few hundred but at the cost of at least 250,00 Japanese lives.

It was simply inexcusable and could legitimately be described as the single largest act of terrorism in the history of the world. In that, it achieved no aim and was merely used to inspire terror and "respect" around the globe.

Topic: Vampire in chief
Posted: 06 Aug 2018 12:58

Whether the economy is being "run into the ground" depends on your perspective.

Where is the surge in economic growth coming from? Currently, it's a boost in corporations using the unnecessary tax break not to increase salaries or provide health insurance for their employees but to buy back massive amounts of stock - sending share prices soaring.

In real terms incomes are down, and that's before you include the up to 93% increase in insurance premiums scheduled for October.

Currently, the Dow is sat on more than $500bn more of borrowed money ($7.3bn total) than before the financial crash of 2008. Bond values short vs long term have inverted and everything points to a massive crash within the next 12 months. And that's before you factor in Trump's tariffs, all of which will suppress the economy.

On the face of it, all looks rosy and Trump is happy to espouse that fallacy - but really the US economy is already in a much worse place than it was 6 months before the 2008 crash.

Things could well still change, but if it keeps going this way then the IMF predicts a larger global crash than 2008-9 within the next 12 months,

Topic: August 6 -- Hiroshima Day
Posted: 06 Aug 2018 12:50

Sadly this was the largest tragedy in the history of the world and a completely unnecessary act - one that is tantamount to the genocide. The war was already over, the Emperor of Japan had already agreed to surrender and was negotiating when and where to do so.

There was zero excuse for using the Japanese as guinea pigs for what actually happens when you drop a primitive nuclear device on a populated area.

Topic: Movies or series based on books. Good adaptions or below par ones.
Posted: 05 Aug 2018 17:55

I liked that book too but have not seen the movie. The subject matter is riveting and thought-provoking as you point out but I was not sure I wanted to watch a movie about it.

The book was fascinating, especially the whole unreliable narrator aspect of it. The first part of the film is pretty good but as I mentioned it skips over a lot of the online research that Kevin did in the book. That part showed he was far from crazy and had carefully staged everything and timed his attack so he'd be released when he became an adult. Making him much more of at psychopath.

Topic: how many people from uk
Posted: 05 Aug 2018 15:29

Covent Garden resident here.

Topic: what are you drinking?
Posted: 05 Aug 2018 15:25

Ice cold beer.

Topic: Name your current celebrity crush!
Posted: 05 Aug 2018 15:24

Jordana Brewster or the evert-stunning Margot Robbie.

Topic: What's for dinner tonight?
Posted: 04 Aug 2018 07:04

Homemade gumbo.

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