Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic The Gentleman's Charter
Posted 11 Jun 2013 08:48

Actually Jack that's not true. Recently you quoted something I said and posted "Shut up or I'll shut you up the HARD way". It upset me very much and I deleted you over it after you told me you were drunk when you posted it. I would have linked to it but can't find it now . Also, I can't see anywhere on yourmisterdark's profile that claims it is him on the beach. Just saying.

Actually, if you read that thread, I made jokes about being hard in my previous posts. You were upset that I made fun of misterdark in some other thread and you decided to say something annoying... I told you to shutup then referenced back to a previous joke and you got all pissed off and started sending me a bunch of black boxes about how rude I am. I told you I didn't care... You went on and again I told you I didn't care.

I still don't care by the way.

Also when you post pictures in your personal gallery of the same person and then say things like "at the beach" it is implying it is you... Don't be stupid.

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 09 Jun 2013 20:15

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 09 Jun 2013 20:13

4 Days!!


Topic The Gentleman's Charter
Posted 09 Jun 2013 20:05

Spoken by a non-pretentious woman who also knows it's the man who makes the clothes - not the other way around.


In your case, you'd have to be a tailor to make any clothes, doofus.

Pint Drunk Just keeping drinking, pardner, if that's where you find your wit and courage

Duel accepted.

First of all, I don't post on lush when I am drunk until about 1 am. And that is usually drunken messages to girls telling them how much I want to lick them or something... :-"

Secondly, it's funny you talk about courage... In your gallery, you are claiming that is you at the beach... What would Miguel Angel Silvestre think about that? Unless you are the Spanish celebrity (gay icon) Miguel Ángel Silvestre... What would Hidalgo, your great great great great... great ancestor think about that? Would that be in his gentleman's code. The pictures of you kissing other men on the mouth I mean. Unless that isn't you and you are pretending to be someone you are not... In which case, your questioning of my courage is laughable at best.

I took my ten paces, turned and fired. Your turn. I demand satisfaction.

Topic Sagging breasts?
Posted 09 Jun 2013 19:35

Long story short: I lost a lot of weight, still continuing to do so, but my breasts suffered for it. Boo hoo!

They sag quite a bit, and I'm really self-conscious about it.

Anyway, I just wanted to know if this was a real deal breaker/turn off for guys. Embarassed

It's alright girl, I'm sure they are fine. You can get on top of me and we can roleplay the pit and the pendulum with those things.

Topic The Gentleman's Charter
Posted 09 Jun 2013 18:58

*laughing* .... ah, Felix and Dark ....

And, being a Lady ... any bets on this duel??

I am afraid the duel was over before it started, one taste of my glove and this misterdark took the coward's path. Not the path of a gentleman. Hardly worth unsheathing my hand.

Topic The Gentleman's Charter
Posted 09 Jun 2013 16:51

Interesting post.

To me a gentleman is one who has a sense of savoire faire

Anything more is fluff.

True, including knowing when to pull out his martial arts training if the situation warrants him doing so, like misterdark says.

Topic Girls wearing tall socks
Posted 09 Jun 2013 16:39

Topic The Gentleman's Charter
Posted 09 Jun 2013 16:33

The replies are most interesting and certainly serve to separate the alleged "classes" of society.

@ Belle du jour: Chivalry was included in my comments about courtly love in which it traces its roots and is often exemplified by the famous story of the nobleman's cloak laid across a mud puddle so that Queen Elizabeth 1st would not soil her slippers. There are still a few remnants to be seen in society but, as you say, they are sadly rare and, I suspect, certainly not among the ilk of "Felix" and his crowd.

@the fellow from the UK who commented. MrDark was once not single,but is now by choice. Finding a Lady today is almost more rare than finding a gentleman.

@Felix. Considering your commentary, the less said to and about you, the better, I believe.

Slowly takes off leather glove and slaps misterdark across the face with it - I challenge you to a gentleman's duel. Lest you be a coward!

Topic Girls wearing tall socks
Posted 09 Jun 2013 11:51

Topic The Gentleman's Charter
Posted 09 Jun 2013 11:48

Well said, sprite. The concept of the gentleman descends from the orders of knights and the various explications and iterations of courtly love (aka romance) down through the esquiries of Beau Brummel's time. You will find, however, as with all human social behavior dichotomies, such as the famous "Southern Gentlemen" who none the less for manners and decorum still beat women and had sex with slaves while professing a code of honor. And it is in both grooming and honor that we find many of the ideals of modern gentility.
A gentleman is indeed one who knows and behaves within the practices of social etiquette -- which means he is comfortable and able to "fit in" in any social milieu from high to low. He will wear the best and most fashionable clothing, though there is such a thing as "shabby gentiiy" like the Russian noble exiles in France and the bohemian artistes of Paris, who, though poor, retained a semblance of rough grooming and romantic notions. While a gentleman is not always gentle, he is duty and honor bound to defend the defenseless, women, children, the less fortunate from abuse He will also defend his ideals of ethical practice and chastise the lazy and "shiftless", the willfully ignorant, the pretender, and the shallow. He is, by nature or schooling, cultured and sophisticated, not narrow-minded and prejudicial. If he is judgmental, it is by taste, not blind following or antiquated code. While he may not himself practice The Arts, he appreciates them in others. A gentleman is aware of his surroundings and other people, yet some feel he holds himself aloof from imitating the baser behaviors and instead aspires, at least, to the highest ideals of human civilization and social manners. He will be respectful and polite in all situations, but push his buttons too hard and he will easily kick your ass to hell and back, for a gentleman is usually also well-schooled in the more martial arts without being either pugnacious nor a bully. In fact, see above, bullies and cowards are often the target for his anger in relation to his code of honor and defense of the defenseless.

A gentleman is supremely confidant because of his self-built knowledge and experience, his self-control, and his respect for himself and others who deserve or earn his respect. As sprite says much of a gentleman's outward expression is window dressing, but it's based on a good sense of design and social fashion. He is the opposite of the brute, "white trash", mob-thinker. He is the descendant of the Spanish hidalgo, the courtier, the officer and a gentleman, the English squire. And people know him when they see him and know him as "a gentleman."

I think this may be the funniest thing I have ever read.


Look at it... It just gets better and better and the ending - Holy shit - I imagined misterdark walking by a group of downtrodden people and the people all looking at each other after he passes by and one of them, the oldest one, going "there goes a gentleman, descendant of hidalgo" then the group looking back at misterdark in awe then exchanging stories of when misterdark used his martial arts training to karate chop some white trash ruffian all while maintaining a good sense of social fashion design.

Topic Likes in a Girl?
Posted 09 Jun 2013 11:35

Sorry, this question is like asking me which part of the sky I like best....

So I take it you like the way bigger gals? nothing wrong with that, just wondering.

Topic My Education
Posted 09 Jun 2013 11:08

Yes -

Please explain with fine granularity, nested instructions and medical terminology. Do not leave out any salient facts nor salty description.

One must get his rocks off when reading your replies, ladies.

Tell everyone that story you told me about your ex girlfriend you nicknamed Margarita. That was a good one dude.

Topic Sexy paintings and illustrations.
Posted 09 Jun 2013 11:06

Topic Have you got a song that makes your heart sink and you tear up, if so why?
Posted 09 Jun 2013 11:00

This one of the saddest songs I've ever heard. It's even sadder knowing the dude ended up allegedly stabbing himself in the heart twice.

I'm in love with the world through the eyes of a girl
Who's still around the morning after
We broke up a month ago and I grew up I didn't know
I'd be around the morning after
It's always been wait and see
A happy day and then you pay
And feel like shit the morning after
But now I feel changed around and instead falling down
I'm standing up the morning after
Situations get fucked up and turned around sooner or later
And I could be another fool or an exception to the rule
You tell me the morning after
Crooked spin can't come to rest
I'm damaged bad at best
She'll decide what she wants
I'll probably be the last to know
No one says until it shows and you see how it is
They want you or they don't
Say yes
I'm in love with the world through the eyes of a girl
Who's still around the morning after

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 08 Jun 2013 20:56

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 08 Jun 2013 20:53

Topic Girls wearing tall socks
Posted 08 Jun 2013 20:31

Topic What do you guys think about things like anklets and toe-rings on women?
Posted 08 Jun 2013 20:10

anklets, and toe rings look cute to me. Especially more than one anklet. Of course if you have horrid toes you don't want to draw attention to them though. But yeah they're cute.

Topic Club Zafia....
Posted 08 Jun 2013 19:29

Topic Why do men impersonate as women or post ladies' pics on their profile
Posted 08 Jun 2013 19:20

I'm actually a chick. There I said it. Now y'all know my secret.

Topic Musical Taste?
Posted 06 Jun 2013 11:37

I don't understand what the big issue is... Once I had a girl leave me because of the fact that I love screamo music . I don't understand. I don't care about what my lover listens to—if they like it, they like it. Why is it such a big deal to some people?

is screamo a combination of scream and emo?

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 06 Jun 2013 10:21

Topic Is Cigging the new Figging?
Posted 05 Jun 2013 00:43

i heard a few girls talking about that - they said they'd had a bit of spinach stuck in their teeth and needed a toothpick.

They should see their doctor about that, sounds like a digestive issue going on with them.

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 05 Jun 2013 00:18

What do the remaining 99% of users do? You can get some serious RSI using the mouse wheel on some of our profile pages.

Their left arms could use a workout. You're doing them a favor, hombre.

Topic Is Cigging the new Figging?
Posted 05 Jun 2013 00:14

it is, actually. also, more durable, AND i can wash it off in the dishwasher when it's dirty. beat that.

when you say 'hog' you're talking about that cute little pot bellied pig you keep in your room, right?

The dishwasher? I wash mine off in a girl's mouth... Rookie.

Topic Is Cigging the new Figging?
Posted 05 Jun 2013 00:07

nope. i'm just saying that i'm smarter than you. evil4 btw, habanero and sex do not mix. the oils of the habanero pepper are not only incredibly painful if used on a woman's genitalia, but can do actual physical damage, possibly permanent.

Smarter than me? You might as well be claiming your dick is bigger than mine too... You're slippin up.

As far as the habenero knowledge... I guess I was right to name my hog the king of the habeneros. Just saying. Not for the weak of vagina.

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 04 Jun 2013 23:57

If I was to ever post on someones profile, I would press CTRL END to get to the bottom of the page then bam.

Only the top 1% of Internet users know shit like that my man.

Topic Is Cigging the new Figging?
Posted 04 Jun 2013 23:54

no. that's why i am taking the time to educate you. you're welcome.

So you're saying book learning trumps real smarts? Come here, I got a habanero for you.

Topic Is Cigging the new Figging?
Posted 04 Jun 2013 23:43

The habanera is the name used outside of Cuba for the Cuban contradanza, a genre of popular dance music of the 19th century.

You're assuming I'm one to crack open a history book.