Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic What's Your Greatest Fear In Life?
Posted 02 Jun 2015 01:57

Marrying a girl with a small butt.

Topic Announcing our $100 Attention Whore Competition! (1-30 June 2015)
Posted 02 Jun 2015 01:43

There's another competition to be announced very soon, for the creative types amongst us. Stay tuned. No need to be an attention whore to win that one coffee

Can you make it a biggest dick competition for once?

Topic Guy's Lush Profiles
Posted 02 Jun 2015 01:34

I don't think they realize that with writers here..we want to be seduced with words!

I don't think so honey, we want to see the tits and the ass or gtfo.

Topic Have you ever sent naked pictures of yourself to someone other than on Lush?
Posted 02 Jun 2015 01:29

Tell me your phone number and I'll send you a pic of my fucking balls on a table. Just all laid out. All over the table like it's an everyday thing.

Topic teen or milf
Posted 02 Jun 2015 00:43

throw in a choco taco and you sir, have a deal 😉

You're already calling me sir and everything. I'm not even into that but it's telling. Like you're a good girl 'n' such. Sounds like it's a done deal missy.

Topic This is how chess should be played
Posted 28 May 2015 04:30

Tried it with checkers. Every cat wanted to be a king. Shit got crazy.

You seriously stopped cats kinging each other? I have no words for that.

Topic This is how chess should be played
Posted 28 May 2015 03:43

Shit looks more like checkers than chess.

Topic If aliens came to our planet...
Posted 27 May 2015 14:48

That raises an interesting question, how far back in time do you have to go for sex with an ancestor to not be incestuous. Because if we go back far enough we all have a common direct ancestor.

The ultimate temporal anomaly definitely wouldn't be allowed by this site. Brother and sister heading back in time to become their own parents.

That's a gross idea.

Here's another. Would it be acceptable to go back in time to attempt to seduce Mary, if successful capture it all on film to show that there was nothing immaculate about it at all.

That's an awesome idea.

Topic If aliens came to our planet...
Posted 26 May 2015 22:33

I like the idea of a sexy time traveller who is involved in all kinds of temporal anomalies. Has given me ideas :)


Haha kidding, it's actually a good concept. Perfect for a serial.

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 26 May 2015 21:41

In your heart of chambers
where you sit
with your picture books
and your ancient wit
In that nook I found you
so old and tired
would you be the one to carry me?
I'd like to be someone
you could finally learn to love again

Made our iron bed side
cold as graves
so we stoke the organs
that may comfort grace
and they conjured spirits
to make you smile
would you be my long time baby?

I'd like to be someone
you could finally learn to...
We've put our words down
by our sides
let's take the time
to mend these smiles
together we could make it home
love is a prize
live our own lives

In our beds we're the lucky ones
filled with the sun
In our beds we're the lucky ones
fill us with the sun

Topic Sexy paintings and illustrations.
Posted 26 May 2015 21:21

Topic which actor would you date????
Posted 26 May 2015 17:24

that's not the rumor around these parts, actually... au natural, baby.

That's fine. I'll slick them hairs up while I get busy. Her mound will end up looking like a cupie doll head when I'm finished with it.

Topic which actor would you date????
Posted 26 May 2015 17:03

or her furry road, either?

Don't be crass...she waxes.

Topic teen or milf
Posted 26 May 2015 17:00

god this tickled me! laughing3 how about a taco bell loving milf?

Sure, you let me tickle your taco and I'll buy you a couple chalupas. If you were good, I'd let you upgrade to the steak ones.

Topic which actor would you date????
Posted 26 May 2015 16:59

I wouldn't mind sniffing up Charlize Theron's fury road whenever I want.

Topic If aliens came to our planet...
Posted 26 May 2015 16:46

I do love the idea that it proves time travel. I guess the scenario is something like this. A vintage car enthusiast in the far future is having trouble sourcing a spark plug for her Rolls Royce Silver Ghost. Apparently the technology at the time isn't up to the task so they're forced to avail themselves of the new time travel machine to pop back and pick one up. After successfully buying one with money from a coin collector in clothes borrowed from a clothes collector she accidentally sets the time for -500,000 years rather than plus 500 years (an easy mistake with the non intuitive design of the first - and only - time travel machine), where she accidentally drops the spark plug out the window in her haste to reset the time and escape the saber tooth cat bearing down on her. Unbeknownst, she had bought the spark plug from a distant ancestor, thereby delaying him from meeting his future wife, meaning that the vintage car enthusiast ceased to exist in 2600, creating a time paradox that completely enveloped the earth destroying all life along with any chance of future time travel and perhaps a few more artefacts, or even future people in sexy silver neuvo-lycra to appear back in our time.

I like that. Have her fuck a caveman who saved her from the sabretooth tiger further making her late and post that here. If you want more of a challenge, make it flash erotica.

Topic The Not So Secret Diary Of A Manic Depressive
Posted 26 May 2015 16:36

I DON'T GET any of those Old Testament books...

xx SF

(She'll get it...)

Nicola: "I get it... BRAVE of YOU to mention THE BIBLE 'round these parts..."


Heard from some silly filly that the 4 inches was you measuring from the b-hole. That's not true is it?

Topic The Not So Secret Diary Of A Manic Depressive
Posted 26 May 2015 16:35

And I just thought you'd gone to the same SCHOOL as Weavindreams Embarassed

Hope you feel better soon!

YOU take that BACK!

Topic If aliens came to our planet...
Posted 26 May 2015 13:22

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I'm still waiting for someone to explain the spark plug found INSIDE of rock that requires millions of years to form. OR, the Baghavadgida. But, if you folks want to believe that bronze people built a structure at Giza that modern masonry engineers have stated COULD NOT BE built using modern quarrying techniques and modern transport within the time frame they were supposed to have done so...fine by me. Believe what you please.

The Coso artifact (I looked it up and found what you are talking about since you're too stupid to do so) is a hoax at worst or really bad archeology at best. It was only ever examined by a couple of people and conveniently no one knows where it is now so it can't even be properly examined.

Even if it was real, it would build more of a case for time travel than aliens anyway. Your mothership broke down when it dropped you off and left behind the same type of spark plug used in a Model T before flying back to Uranus? What...

Link to the site that this quote is from complete with pictures

The 1920’s era Spark Plug that got confused for a Geode. Which if you know anything about how metal corrodes, debunks this entirely. It also takes all the fun out of writing a big’ol blog post about this, so let’s start at the beginning shall we?

In February of 1961, Wallace Lane, Virginia Maxey and Mike Mikesell, who were looking for minerals to sell in their shop in Olancha, California discovered a specimen that looked rather different than their normal fair. The outer layer of the specimen was encrusted with fossil shells and their fragments. In addition to shells, the discoverers noticed two nonmagnetic metallic objects in the crust, resembling a nail and a washer.

The next day, in his workshop at their store, Mike Mikesell claims to have ruined a nearly new diamond saw blade while cutting the specimen in half. Inside Mikesell discovered a perfectly circular section of very hard, white material that appeared to be porcelain. In the center of the porcelain cylinder was a 2-millimeter shaft of bright metal which responded to a magnet. There are the only hard facts we have on the origin of the Artifact. Beyond this, things start to get hazy, and red flags begin to pop up.

We don’t know what all was done to examine the Artifact early on. We know that Virginia Maxey claims that she took the “geode” to a geologist who dated the artifact to be about 500,000 years old. We don’t know who this geologist is, what he did to examine the Artifact, what his real conclusions were, or if he really existed. Whoever he is, I question his expertise, because this is object is obviously not a geode.

Remember the Klerksdorp Spheres that I went over in an earlier post? This is the same kind of thing. Only instead of making a sand candle, this is more like growing salt crystals. Think back to when you were a kid and for a science project you made a supersaturated liquid, added a string, and watched crystals grow.

Ok, never did that one? Go to you kitchen, boil about a cup of water, take a spoon and quickly start adding either salt or sugar, stirring slowly so you don’t over cool the water, until the salt/sugar refuse to dissolve completely anymore. This might take a bit, and it will take a good deal of salt/sugar. Next take a thin fibrous string, soak it in the liquid and then hang it up so that one end is still in the liquid. Now wait, for a while, like a day or better. You’ll notice that crystals start forming on the string as the liquid evaporates, the more you were able to dissolve into the liquid, the bigger your crystals will grow.

Now, this isn’t a perfect analogy, but it is pretty much what happens when you leave ferric (iron) metals in damp ground for long periods of time. The water begins to oxidize the metal, the oxidation acts like glue sticking things too it (like the sand in the sand candle), and the larger the bit of metal, the bigger the concretion will grow. Just like in the example, you need something for the concretions to adhere to, like the string, only here it’s our ferric object which also causes the oxidation.

This is a common occurrence, especially in historic archaeology, where we find nails, hinges, door knobs, handles, files, etc by the bucket full. The first time you see one, you think it’s some kind of rusty potato, but it’s obviously metal of some kind. It’s hard to identify these objects, and you basically learn from experience to tell what they are, when you can. This concretion is also common in underwater archaeology, but underwater archaeologists have sophisticated ways of removing the buildup without damaging the artifact underneath. You can go watch the process in action at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum right now as they clean a cannon recovered from a sunken ship.

Quick recap.

So far we have an unidentified metal and porcelain artifact recovered by some rock-hounds. They don’t know what it is so they take it to a mysterious, unnamed geologist who somehow dates it to being 500,000 years old, despite the oxidation that the geologist should have noticed.

To add to this, the Coso Artifact possesses no characteristics that would classify it as a geode . Geodes consists of a thin outer shell, composed of dense chalcedonic silica, and are filled with a layer of quartz crystals . The Coso Artifact not only has neither of these characteristics, but its outer shell is softer than a Geode . These are glaring differences that a geologist would have noticed.

Identifying the artifact was actually a pretty simple feat and the story about it is rather funny…to me anyway, so instead of typing the whole thing out, I will simply quote form the article, “The Coso Artifact: Mystery From the Depths of Time?” by Pierre Stromberg and Paul Heinrich:

“To help us to learn more about spark-plug technology of a century ago, we enlisted the help of the Spark Plug Collectors of America (SPCA). We sent letters to four different spark plug collectors describing the Coso Artifact, including Calais’s X-rays of the object in question. We expected the SPCA to provide some vague hints or no information at all about the artifact. The actual answers were stunning.

On September 9, 1999, Chad Windham, President of the SPCA, called Pierre Stromberg. Windham initially suspected that Stromberg was a fellow spark plug collector, writing incognito, with the motive of hoaxing him. His fears were compounded by the fact that there is an actual line of spark plugs named “Stromberg”. Though Stromberg repeatedly assured Windham that his intentions were purely for research, he was puzzled why Windham was so suspicious and asked him to explain. Windham replied that it was so obvious to him that the artifact was a contemporary spark plug, the letter had to be a hoax. “I knew what it was the moment I saw the X-rays,” Windham wrote.

Stromberg asked Windham if he could identify the particular make of the spark plug. Windham replied he was certain that it was a 1920s-era Champion spark plug. Later, Windham sent 2 identical spark plugs for comparison. Ten days after Windham’s telephone call, Bill Bond, founder of the SPCA and curator of a private museum of spark plugs containing more than 2000 specimens, called Stromberg. Bond said he thought he knew the identity of the Coso Artifact: “A 1920s Champion spark plug.” Spark plug collectors Mike Healy and Jeff Bartheld (Vice President of the SPCA) also concurred with Bond’s and Windham’s assessment about the spark plug. To date, there has been no dissent among the spark plug collectors as to the identity of the Coso Artifact. “

So, a definitive ID, and no decent among experts on the subject. We know the Coso Artifact wasn’t a Geode and that it is a 1920’s spark plug. Now what?

Now we have to deal with those who ignore facts in order to pursue their own belief. Included in this group of people are, of course, the Ancient Alien folks, who claim that the Artifact is evidence of early contact with aliens who’s space craft apparently broke down and then left spare parts behind. Also in this group are the Young Earth Creationists who seem to think the Artifact somehow proves a young earth…by being dated at 500,000 years old, and ignoring the fact that simple math once again eludes them.

And so there you have it folks, The Coso Artifact aka The 1920’s era Spark Plug that got confused for a Geode. I won’t lie, I was a little disappointed with this one, but hey, they can’t all be winners right?


“The Coso Artifact.” Bad Archaeology. Accessed July 9th 2012.

Stromberg, Pierre

2000. The Coso Artifact : Mystery from the Depths of Time. The Talk Origins Archives. Accessed July 9th 2012.

Stromberg, Pierre and Paul V Heinrich

2004 “The Coso Artifact: Mystery From the Depths of Time?” Reports of the National Center for Science Education. March–April 2004. Vol 24 Issue 2. Accessed July 9th 2012.

So so stupid...

Topic If aliens came to our planet...
Posted 26 May 2015 12:15

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See, I can stay on topic.

Topic The Not So Secret Diary Of A Manic Depressive
Posted 26 May 2015 10:55

Just reading this sent me into an anxiety tailspin.

It's funny because of your avatar.

Y'all need to smoke a joint, seriously.

Topic 0
Posted 26 May 2015 08:33

Topic How do I attract a female audience?
Posted 26 May 2015 08:15

Make it known that you eat ass.

Topic If aliens came to our planet...
Posted 25 May 2015 22:58


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Topic Do you like funny girls?
Posted 25 May 2015 17:09

I know this one girl who is unintentionally funny. It turns me on.

Topic Tomorrowland
Posted 25 May 2015 15:57

Spoilers ahead.

A 50 year old man being bitter about a relationship that ever happened when he was 13 is weird. At the end I thought clooney was going to kiss that little girl. It was just really weird. It's a weird story to write. The movie itself, was pretty boring to me. The only character I found interesting was the little girl robot, good actress.

Topic The random thread
Posted 25 May 2015 00:23

Here's a random story for you.

Hmmm it wasn't a very hard puzzle to put together. It all fits. What was one of those quotes that I saw over the weekend? You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig? yeah, that was one of the 60 I saw over the weekend. Wasn't another one about not believing that revenge can turn around and bite you on your dumbass? Yeah I think it was that one. Oh but according to an onslaught of ecards, i'm a
a bitch
trailer trash
(I've never lived in a trailer park so don't know what that ones about)
a pig,
an elephant,
batshit crazy,
a liar,
a psychopath,
a sociopath,
a compulsive liar,
just plain old crazy,
told to shut the fuck up because I am nothing at all. Because ecards say it, it must be true! Well, guess what? I'm smarter than a bunch of people put together. Let's wait and see who Karma bites on the ass. If I had been left alone, I wouldn't have given anything a second thought.
Isn't this how drama starts? by a bunch of people ganging up on one person and causing trouble?

Trinket, I give you a lot of shit, like a lot of shit. But seriously, you okay dude? I know you're not a liar. I know you get riled up. Don't let people piss you off. Wear some armor. Trust your armor. Seriously, This post, this one, I am not trying to fuck with you. Just a little concerned after reading what you wrote.

Topic The Quality of Stories and Poems
Posted 24 May 2015 22:02

A story, in any genre, is good if it sparks your sense of wonder, curiosity, imagination or moves you in any way. Big or small.

Trying to apply theory or numbers to that is silly.