Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic What are some of your "Pet Peeves"
Posted 17 Sep 2016 22:35

Me too

Shut up trinket.

Topic Random Acts of Kindness
Posted 17 Sep 2016 19:18

I'll buy single moms a drink.

Topic Standing for the National Anthem
Posted 17 Sep 2016 11:09

People got more upset over this and possibly changing the Redskins name than they did when Ray Rice brutally ragdolled his girlfriend on camera.

Kaepernick does one of the most American things there is for a living and he's gonna protest the flag. He plays in a league that is predominantly black and white owned...and he is going to protest by not standing for the flag? It's like being in the military and protesting war by not standing for the flag yet remaining in the military.

Everyone is a hypocrite and this is really a non-story. Unless the story is that people are stupid.

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 17 Sep 2016 10:27

Topic Unintentional funny online stuff
Posted 17 Sep 2016 10:23

It's something you could kiss

So it wasn't Lush?

Topic Describe Your Last Sexual Encounter with a Movie Title
Posted 17 Sep 2016 10:12

High School Musical 3

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 16 Sep 2016 10:48

Are you saying that most of Lush's categories (should) only relate to straight sex then? That stories about gay, lesbian and bisexual sex should use tags for the very same subjects that stories about straight sex have categories for? That doesn't make much sense.

Unless the gay stories are outnumbering the straight stories, yes. They aren't... so it does make sense to have a gay, lesbian and bisexual category to find stories that aren't between straight people. The tags are there so you can find what type of gay story you want to read.

Say you want to watch a blowjob. You want to watch a dude suck a dick and then get jizzed on. Or perhaps you just want to see someone suck a dick and get jizzed on, regardless of their gender.
Whether the sex in a story is same sex or not may be the most important aspect for many straight and gay folks, but perhaps not for bisexuals.

If you're bisexual isn't the site already set up that way? Or are you saying that the gay, lesbian etc. categories should be removed and you prefer it to be a surprise when you read the story because you are bisexual? Sounds stupid.

For some the historical setting may be what they find most important about a story, for others the fact that it's interracial. Since there's no clear hierarchy of how to decide what should be the story's category and what should be just a tag, authors may miss out on potential readers who are looking in other categories than the one the author chose, but that might have been equally fitting to that particular story.

'Poem' could just be another category, just as Audio story, Recommended, Editor's pick, etc. Those latter ones have some kind of special status now as they don't rule out other categories. What GoNE68 essentially asked is to allow the same for the category 'Poem'. I ask to allow the same for all categories.

It would be annoying to click on a category and see a bunch of poems clogging it up. That's why they separated them in the first place. Because it's lush stories . Not lushpoems. It used to be that you would check out the front page and 90% of the "stories" were poems. Most of them only had like 100 views too. What does that tell you?

Topic Standing for the National Anthem
Posted 14 Sep 2016 23:54

Yes, I deleted my post. It's silly to argue so I will refrain. If anyone wants to see it, they can look at your profile page. (((Hugs)))

Lol what? What do you mean look at my profile page? Your post doesn't appear there.

LOL, really do amuse me. I secretly love you, and want your attention so please don't ever leave me

The projection on display is amazing. Poor stupid trash.

Topic Driverless Cars
Posted 14 Sep 2016 23:42

Hell half the cars I pass on a daily basis ACT like their driverless! d'oh!

master Jonathan, you're a "writer" that spams the fuck out of lush with your "work". Please learn the difference between there, they're and their.

Topic Standing for the National Anthem
Posted 14 Sep 2016 23:35

Felix, really, it is very flattering that you follow me around and comment to everything I post (it does make me feel very special :-) but it's 100% unnecessary. I mean, thanks for all the exposure and all; it might even make others want to look at my profile and maybe even procured me a read or two, so I'm grateful for your constant attention.

As for your other comments, I understand that they are meant to get a rise out of me, but stay on topic. I know it's tough for a person like you, but try. It'll be okay.

You do realize there are about 5 posts an hour on the forum. Not sure if your posts are easy to miss at that rate.

But for the sake of argument. I do recall you trying to get my attention when you first joined. You looked for me, you found me, then you played the victim.

Enjoy your read or two...and your government cheese.

Topic Standing for the National Anthem
Posted 14 Sep 2016 23:00

Holy shit, I wouldn't put my hand over my heart for that joke of a rendition of the anthem either. I'd think someone was clowning on America with that.

Look, you're on government assistance. I'm 100% positive of that. You think I like paying all the taxes I do? You're obviously unemployable. The real Americans feed you.

But what is your point? That Obama doesn't believe in America? You think he is antiamerica like you? You think he's on the level of kaepernick? If the guy was starting and living up to his potential he wouldn't be doing what he's doing. He's full of shit.

Topic Readers that don't write. Do they give lower scores?
Posted 14 Sep 2016 22:24

I agree. Love this site but the scoring does not truly reflect the quality. I gave a three to a popular author that writes on a third grade level and she contacted me with an anger unparalleled. I actually wrote her a note explaining the score and that she needs to use fundamental writing rules. Avoid repetitive words. Use proper tense throughout etc. I eventually, for the purpose of peace, removed the three. Now I only score if it's a four or above. I'm not that great of author myself and have appreciated the comments of the more accomplished authors here.

Sounds like the crux of the puzzlement over the inappropriately high slanted scores on lush.

Topic Standing for the National Anthem
Posted 14 Sep 2016 22:18

Standing up and putting hand over heart during the Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem is an expectation. We are like sheep, and no-one has really challenged this before and been so criticized. Even Barak Obama didn't put his hand over his heart during the National Anthem. Donald Trump (ok, maybe not a great example) doesn't salute the flag.

It is a choice. Whether you do or don't, it doesn't make you un-American. We've been taught to do these things from kindergarten on up, never questioning why.

IMO, the fact that he didn't stand should say nothing. It means nothing and was a protest only because we took it that way. I'm very much for showing pride in our Country. It's our home. But to throw stones at anyone for not standing up is ludicrous.

I've read a lot about the American DNA about their flag, anthem and Americanism. (or is that Americanizm? lol)
LOL! Okay, okay, so I was wrong (ugly) I got the reference, though, pretty funny~ Embarassed Big Hugs

What is the context of that picture? Seriously. Where is that from?

From some one who knows about graphics there is a clear line between Obama and the rest of the picture. Meaning, it can be easily photoshopped.

Seriously, post the source and the event that picture is from.

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 14 Sep 2016 21:01

This is a great example of why stories should not be restricted to just one category in my mind. I know there are tags as well, but those have not the same weight as categories. To what single category does a story, or poem, belong to that equally touches on the subjects of multiple categories? I think that letting the author pick just one out of the many that may fit doesn't serve the purpose of the categories, as those are there mainly for the readers I'd say.

It might seem obvious that a story about a blow-job belongs in the category 'Oral sex'. But what if it's a guy giving the blow-job? Should it then be in 'Gay sex'? What if this guy is a crossdresser? What if he's giving the blow-job to a transsexual? What if their relationship is that of Dom/sub? What if the main characters are of different races and the story is set in a historical context, the Stonewall riots perhaps? The restriction of one category per story clearly doesn't cut it.

He isn't talking about stories... In your instance you should put it in gay sex and tag it first with transgender and blowjob. What you are suggesting is allowing stories to go in multiple categories. Guess what? Authors will post their stories in every category making the categories meaningless. Restricting stories to one category is the best way. Go to a porn site, click on a specific category. Say you want to watch a blowjob. You want to watch a chick suck a dick and then get jizzed on. The thing is those sites allow vids to be in multiple categories. All the vids in the blowjob category will be porn that is just sex scenes with everything else too. It will be in the blowjob category because it will have a minute of it but it's not a blow job vid.

You're smarter than this. Stop being stupid.

Topic Where were you on 9/11? Tell your story.....
Posted 14 Sep 2016 20:44

Take the "we" as you will. I meant "we" as the human race in whole. Both ordinary people and the terrorists/sociopaths. If everyone did his or her part in making the world a better place, we'd see the changes necessary.

Can someone ask nymph for me what she learned and what is the part that she is doing to prevent another sandyhook-9/11-other countless atrocities? I mean seriously, I really need to know. I want to do my part too like nymph.

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 14 Sep 2016 20:34

Really? Are we going to go with comparisons? Okay. How about this one. Predicting the Ms. Universe contest based purely on looks and the country name and getting two of the final three right? The sad part about starting a comparison is that there are WAY too many that can go either way. I just made a statement; there was no need for a comparison. I never said it should be changed in fact if you looked at my previous post I actually said the competition was exactly what it is and didn't need to be changed. My second post just said I agreed with someone else that it would be NICE (not that it HAD) if there were no names. Then I said it was bad that I got 6 out of 10. That is a personal view. I didn't say anything that warranted a comparison.

Comparison? You should have said analogy. It's the more correct word in that instance. This is why I win comps.

Topic top ten movies you can watch over and over
Posted 13 Sep 2016 20:31

These aren't the the best movies ever or even the ones I myself consider the best. They are the ones I would watch at any time if someone suggested them. They are the ones I see the most of myself in and identify with and just love watching.

Alexander (modern + final cut)

Pulp fiction

Jackie brown



The last of the Mohicans (modern)


Eyes wide shut

Sexy beast

True romance

10 1/2... Scream

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 13 Sep 2016 16:19

I like the way you said most of the things. Like you I think the same about the people jumping on Ping's post as an attack on the norm. But I think even if they took away the names, it will still get to the judges. I mentioned in my post that for the past two competitions I have guessed the top ten without reading the stories. I think it is bad that I can guess 6 out of 10. I am glad to see someone agrees that making a personal attack on someone because of a suggestion is highly immature.

That's like saying you were certain Michael Bay wouldn't win an oscar. Don't have to watch his latest turdfest to make that prediction.

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 13 Sep 2016 14:57

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and experience on this matter.

A few things...

Not once have I referred to myself or any of my past or current entries. Please do not project what you 'feel'.
Take my words at face value. If you re-read my initial post, you will see they were not 'bitches' but observations and a request.
In addition, I have spoken with many before, almost since the day I joined, inquiring about the process. My very first story
was a competition entry. When my stories are good enough, I trust they will be recognized. Until then, I continue to work
and learn from both my successes and mistakes.

I too have assessed 'things' using rubrics, scales, etc. I've created them too. A rubrics does exist here for judging.
The question/discussion is how all writers, especially budding ones, get access to what the judges are looking for.

For you to say that the way winners and finalists are chosen, "... is more than fair... ", implies you know something more about the
process than most people on this site. After this discussion, a few more may know that too. My suggestion is that everyone should
know that, not just those that have been participating members for a number of years.

There is much misinformation about the process. Some, including me, were incorrectly told total views were part of the criteria.

Not once have I "...publicly bashed the site... " I clearly said I care about it. That is why I risked backlash for this discussion.
I have also not said that this site should be like XYZ site. The comparisons are moot. This is the best site. Period.
However, to remain the best, it still needs to push itself to remain on top.

Fortunately, after a number of posts and replies, the process appears to be a bit clearer. Based on this new information, I will
offer a few suggestions that I hope will be considered for implementation.

Thank you.


Ping, you say you want a list of things the judges are looking for but that statement alone makes me feel like you haven't really thought this crusade through as much as you say you have.

Take the stories that have won in the past. There's not that many so you can probably read them all.. They are all very very different from each other. I have won before, actually I won the biggest comp lush has ever had, and I have placed three other times. My style of writing is wildly different than the other writers who have also won. Not sure what kind of a list you expect to be compiled so you can write in a paint by numbers fashion to please the competition judges when the winners are so vastly different. Just recently a newer writer with relatively low readership won a comp. Very popular writers and also despised writers have won. Vanilla stories and also rockyroad stories have won. Classic erotica tropes and also original stories have won. The common denominator is that all the stories were... Subjectively better than the other entries. That's it.

Also, the judges change from comp to comp so it makes it even more nonsensical to ask for an actual list of criteria that stories are judged on.

And transparency would only cause problems. With the maturity level at lush you can imagine what would happen if everyone knew who the judges were for each comp. and imagine if those judges had to explain their choices in the winner announcement thread... I mean it would be funny... But ridiculous.

Topic Lakota Protest of US--Canada Pipeline
Posted 12 Sep 2016 19:01

if, by a good time, you mean you enjoy having a baseball bat shoved up your ass... well... kinky, much?

That's just distasteful.

Topic Lakota Protest of US--Canada Pipeline
Posted 12 Sep 2016 18:52

i just got really stoned because it's the only way i can deal with life right now. don't make me come over there.

Don't you threaten me with a good time now...

Topic Lakota Protest of US--Canada Pipeline
Posted 12 Sep 2016 18:40

don't be a dick or i'll set dogs on you.

...but I spoke her names.

Topic Where were you on 9/11? Tell your story.....
Posted 12 Sep 2016 18:24

MF, as a bright person, you know and are ignoring the fact that everyone grieves in different ways. People ask where their friends, colleagues, lovers were that day to connect, as humans do in many ways. This was a perfectly good thread, though perhaps in the wrong forum for its purpose.

This "escapist" website is more than that, as you're aware from your attention to the political threads in the think tank and your bashing of others in a way that might be escapist for you but certainly not for them.

Get the thread back on track, if it has any steam left after you've trashed it, and refrain from grinding adult conversations into a forum for playground squabbles. Thanks.

Firstly, you give me too much credit if you think people will stop posting because I posted. If they don't post it probably has more to do with them feeling it's inappropriate and not because I posted. Secondly, simmerdownchick even admitted in her response to you that she felt like she was going to receive criticism for this thread. Must be because even she thinks it's inappropriate, especially coming from her. Wasn't it her that recently started a thread that was pretty much about hate and fear of a culture? Thread got shut down did it not? I'm not saying threads like this can't exist on lush, it's just repugnant coming from posters like her. Total drama queens starting threads like this irks me.

Topic Haiku...Lushly speaking
Posted 12 Sep 2016 03:30

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Topic Where were you on 9/11? Tell your story.....
Posted 12 Sep 2016 03:13

Ah, Jack... It's sad to see, some things don't change. You're still not capable of getting any serious attention without launching attacks on people. Pathetic actually.

How is playing the victim (acting like a little bitch) working out for you? I'm sure you won't answer that like you didn't answer the previous question asked of you. Boohoo.

You're not American, you don't truly understand what this day means. You're just a butthurt dummy who dislikes me.

I consider the source on lush when it comes to threads like this. simmerdownchick is one of the most repugnant posters on here who has a history of attention seeking and overall nonsense. A thread like this, by her, is vile... Vomitous.

Topic Where were you on 9/11? Tell your story.....
Posted 12 Sep 2016 03:01

You're right, Patokl. People do grieve in their own way. This was such a shared tragedy that many of us need to remember it, or choose to remember it, if for no other reason than to honor those lost, and those that lost loved ones.
Master Jonathan, I hope you were not a fireman in New York. A very sad and unfortunate memory to end a noble career.
While we're at it, let's not forget all of our troops that sacrificed their lives and limbs.
We should never forget them or what happened 15 years ago.

Are you saying that 360 million Americans may have forgotten it's 9/11? So you needed to remind them on an escapist sex site? A site where you have repeatedly embarressed yourself and been "challenged" by other members? So you decided to choose a bulletproof subject to gain attention? To anyone who knows who you are, this is another disgusting display of your malfunction. Shame.

Topic Where were you on 9/11? Tell your story.....
Posted 12 Sep 2016 02:40

You do not only sound like a dick, you are one. Everyone has the right to deal with their memories of that day in their own way. Sharing memories of that day, is just as valid as any other way of mourning and commemorating.
And anyone disrespecting the people who do so, is a disgusting dick himself.

I almost forgot about you. But you ring a bell. What was the topic we disagreed on before? All I remember is needing to put more water in your momma's dish... But that couldn't have been the actual thread.

Topic Announcing the Winners of our "Sporty Sex Stories" Competition
Posted 12 Sep 2016 02:32

Good job motherfuckers.

Three writers that have put the time in and honed their skills. All three are good.

Nice going guys.

Topic Where were you on 9/11? Tell your story.....
Posted 12 Sep 2016 01:53

If I let myself, I can remember everything about that morning. It's a very painful thing to look back on, but every year on the anniversary of this day, we will always be reminded of the brutal attack that killed so many unsuspecting Americans.

It was a Tuesday morning, and it was supposed to be my day off, but that soon changed. My mom and I had planned to go to my sister Margaret’s house, have lunch and maybe go to IKEA. I used to get up in the morning and walk about a mile around the block, but had decided not to that day because I wanted to sleep in.

At the time, I kept the answering machine in the other room because I didn't want it next to my bed.

That morning the phone rang and rang, and I remember thinking, "Who is calling me so early?" It was about nine AM, and anyone who knows me, knows that I sleep in. The message was fast and I didn't get what she was saying, so I ran it back.

"With everything going on I hope you're not at work.". Everything going on? What was going on? In my sleepy haze, I went to the living room and turned on the TV.

"Smokestacks, it must be a refinery fire. What’s all the fuss about?" It’s funny how the mind works. I thought they were smokestacks.

But then I saw the second plane hit the second Tower, and I knew.

I called my mom and told her to turn on the TV, and she and I watched as they re-ran the footage of the planes hitting the Towers from our homes a mile away from each other. God that was such a bad time, and my heart still aches when I let it take me back to that terrible day.

When I got in my car to leave my house, it was so eerie. All of my neighbors were standing in their driveways but no one was talking. They were all just standing there, staring at each other.

We all shared the exact same pain, and I sobbed all the way to work.

While we waited for direction from the FAA, we kept busy by organizing boarding passes and writing the date, 9/11, on all of them. It seemed so Ironic to me that it happened on 911. We learned how to search luggage for bombs while we sat in the American Airlines gate area, all the while these great silver birds were parked at the gates, a constant reminder of the horror that had occurred only a few short hours before.

All air traffic stopped for four days straight and planes were grounded in cities that their airlines didn't even fly into. Flight crews were scattered around the country, so when we did begin service, we didn't always have a crew so we had to find them where we could. Some were flight attendants just trying to get home. Some were in the middle of other trips who volunteered to work flights just to keep us flying.

My friend Stacy, a Flight Attendant, was the one who called me, and was in Maryland. The fallout from the Pentagon's ash was so thick she could not see across the street.

The pain of 9/11 was deep and the impact it had on our country was nothing short of amazing. If someone asked, "How are you?" They really wanted to know how you were.

People were giving blood to the point the Red Cross said, "No more, thank you. Please donate money instead," and our Fire Departments were regaled as heroes. Which they are, and we should NEVER forget that!

When the song "Where were you?" by Alan Jackson came out I listened with amazement, because it seemed as though he was singing about me, and how I dealt with this tragedy. I watched the news until I couldn't bear it anymore. It was too much. At work and at home day in and day out until all I could do is watch "I love Lucy" reruns and cry.

There are over 360 million different stories about that day, and each of us can tell it. We were all affected by this attack, and it changed us. It changed everything.

At risk of sounding like a total dick to the casual lush lurker... This is about the lowest attempt at lush attention I've seen since trinket's breast cancer thread. It's not surprising, but disturbing, how the lowest of the lowest lush members start threads like this. Mourning is a personal thing. Not something you put on display to let others know you're "mourning". Seriously, Americans are not running around telling others how much they are affected on this day... on the Internet. You think, you pray, you light fireworks, you pick a banjo, you eat some pie with family, you visit a vet, you drink a rye.... You may have good intentions, maybe... But when you've been nothing but a drama queen in the past, threads like this are disgusting at best.

Topic Lakota Protest of US--Canada Pipeline
Posted 11 Sep 2016 23:39

This. wave

After all these years you continue to blow me away with your deep thoughts and insightfulness. Truly, you are a genius tip toeing amongst a bunch a of dumb ass tulips. I speak your names.