Forum posts made by purpleshade

Topic Onto vs. on to
Posted 28 Aug 2015 07:23

The preposition "onto", as one word, is acceptable if we are referring to something "to the position of", or, "on the surface of".


"He fell onto the floor."

"His mouth latched onto her nipple."

However, if we want our preposition "onto" to mean "onwards and towards", we write it as two separate words.


"Let's move on to the next question."

"I hope to go on to university once I leave school."

That's how I was taught in England. If the US rules differ, please elaborate.

Thank you for that...

Topic Body Language.
Posted 25 Aug 2015 12:49

I never noticed it but my friend likes to point out she can tell when I'm into a particular guy because I'll play with my hair when I talk to him dontknow

Absolutely spot on! I've noticed girls playing with their hair when they're chatting to someone special.

Thanks for sharing that...

Topic Public Service Announcement, Okay?
Posted 07 Aug 2015 10:52

The Oxford English Dictionary accepts 'OK' to mean 'OKAY'.

Topic do you believe in God?
Posted 07 Aug 2015 08:06

This is just a friendly discussion so please refrain from fussing and fighting. We all entitled to our own beliefs. With that being said

Do you believe in God(s) or Goddess(es)? Why or why not? please elaborate.

What is your definition of God or Goddess?

Topic Breast feeding in public.
Posted 05 Aug 2015 01:14

I can sense the moral outrage... I would feel much better about this if babies didn't have such big heads and I could get a much better look ... women's breasts r awesome to observe.. even mine r not too bad.. Shhh


Just the sight alone is very heartwarming. The beauty of breasts is that, despite their size and shapes, they are so sensuous. To see a woman feeding is the most endearing thing imaginable.

I'm sure your top-bollocks are gorgeous, but without seeing them, I couldn't possibly comment...🌹

Topic Windows 10!!
Posted 31 Jul 2015 13:48

Apparently, users of Windows 10 will have to pay to play 'Solitaire'.

Topic Is there another story category you'd like to have on Lush?
Posted 29 Jul 2015 03:58

You already do decide for yourself...

The authors, at present, do decide for themselves but in the confines of the 'pre-determined' categories. An open category may allow a more 'creative' genre perhaps...

Topic Is there another story category you'd like to have on Lush?
Posted 29 Jul 2015 03:52

How about a 'blank' category, where the author decides for themselves which genre to use...

Topic Body Language.
Posted 29 Jul 2015 01:06

Body language is very important! Often more so than what words are said.

I agree totally. Would you like to share any examples of what you've seen or did yourself in terms of body language...


Topic Is there another story category you'd like to have on Lush?
Posted 29 Jul 2015 01:02

i'd LOVE to see a historical fiction category! omigoodness how the history geek in me could get lost in those tales...

I love History. Any Historical erotic fiction would be absolutely fabulous. The costumes, the period drama, the Historical characters would be so great to read.

Thanks for suggesting this category...

Topic Is there another story category you'd like to have on Lush?
Posted 28 Jul 2015 01:33

How about a 'Psychological' category, where 'mind-games' are played out in terms of erotica.

Topic Body Language.
Posted 28 Jul 2015 01:26


Do you pay attention to people's body language? For example, arms crossed can mean 'I want to be left alone', slightly longer eye contact can be a sign of showing interest. There are many other body gestures but not all people tune-in to this.

Would you like to share any gestures or mannerisms that you noticed, and what they meant to you personally?



Topic Contact Difficulties.
Posted 27 Jul 2015 07:52

Hi Purple,

A turnaround of a week is not uncommon if we are having a particularly busy submission time. There are currently 56 stories in the queue waiting for approval and gold members are given priority as a perk of premium membership.

I can see that your story is near the top, so hopefully it won't be much longer.

All the best,


Thanks Hun,

I really appreciate all the time you guys devote to the submitted stories. Thank you clarifying that...

Topic Contact Difficulties.
Posted 27 Jul 2015 07:21


I've tried contacting Lush through the normal link but have not received a reply. I've also tried contacting one of the Moderators, but again, no response.

There may be a technical hitch on my account or something of that ilk. My reason for contacting Lush was that I submitted a story a week ago. The story hasn't been verified or rejected. Usually, the longest that I've had to wait is three days.

Could you please assist in this matter...

Thank you,


Topic Lights Off Sex - Why do some women prefer it?
Posted 21 Jul 2015 13:37

I had a friend once who would only ever make love to his wife with the lights off. One day, she turned the lights on, only to discover that he had been using a strap-on dildo on her.

"You fucking cheating bastard," she screamed.

"That's rich, calling me a fucking cheat, how do you explain the three kids we've got!" He retorted.

And the moral of the story is ... your answers please.

Topic Mr. and mrs
Posted 20 Jul 2015 10:59

There is a trend here in England these days where women are using hyphenated surnames after marriage. They put their surname first, then the Huband's with a hyphen.

Interestingly, a new movement is taking root where the husband is taking the wife's surname....

Topic Mr. and mrs
Posted 19 Jul 2015 11:16

Thank you for all the replies. I probably misunderstood things when I was at school. Like I said before, I have learned a great deal from this site.

A big thank you to Lush, the Moderators, and all the members....



Topic What is 'average' length?
Posted 18 Jul 2015 14:03

How long is a piece of string?

Topic Standard Benchmark
Posted 18 Jul 2015 00:47


In Britain, the standard benchmark for the English language would be the 'Oxford English Dictionary, Thesauras, and Grammar Guide'.

My question to folks living in Australia, USA, Canada, or any other parts of the globe is that do you use the same benchmark or does your country have its own equivalent version?

If there is an equivalent version, would you please state the source....

Thank you.

Posted 15 Jul 2015 07:25

Many happy returns of the day....

Topic Describe your penis as a movie title
Posted 12 Jul 2015 11:47

Great Expectations....

Topic Apostrophe and spelling challenge.
Posted 12 Jul 2015 00:21

You can test your Grammar skills and spelling skills with this interactive challenge, provided by Oxford University. There are three levels: beginner, difficult, and fiendish.

It's good fun and educational...

Topic Onto vs. on to
Posted 11 Jul 2015 05:45


Could you please assist with the following:

1. He pulled her onto his tool.

2. He pulled her on to his tool.

Which would be the correct way to write this?

Thank you.

Topic Word association game
Posted 05 Jul 2015 15:08


Topic Moderator of the Month for June
Posted 01 Jul 2015 10:03

Congratulations. Thank you for all your hard work. Very much appreciated...

Topic How do you choose which category to put a story in?
Posted 01 Jul 2015 08:37

My latest story could be placed in several categories, and I'm trying to determine what I should have done. I choose voyeur because that was what the story was building to, but it was of multiple individuals masturbating. Now with that in mind, I could have chosen masturbation despite it being more about watching this.

My question, when choosing a category, do you choose based on where it should go, natural to story, or where it will get more views?

Most stories will fit into many genres. You have to decide which type of reader you want to appeal to. Some may be enticed by the 'taboo' genre, some may prefer 'masturbation' genre.

You may want to look at all the genres on Lush and see which gets the highest viewing...

Topic Political Correctness
Posted 30 Jun 2015 11:21

‘Political correctness’ is a broad term used to describe the opinions and attitudes of those who are actively opposed to prejudice on such grounds as race, gender, sexual orientation and physical appearance.

In terms of language, they also oppose vocabulary that reflects such prejudices. However, many people who hold these attitudes would not describe themselves as ‘politically correct’. This is because the term has acquired negative connotations and is now often associated with extremism, aggression and intolerance.

The earliest known of the term ‘political correctness’ in print was in the United States in 1970.

The linguist Deborah Cameron, who has researched the term, found that initially it was used ironically by left-wing activists and intellectuals to mock their own attitudes.

During the 1980s, left-wing radicals (especially in the United States) became increasingly concerned with the rights of minority groups and conducted campaigns against discrimination on such grounds as race, age, gender and sexual orientation. Right-wing opponents of these campaigns grouped the together under the disparaging label ‘political correctness’, and the term came to be associated with extreme, over-zealous attitudes.

It is now often said that it is only the opponents of political correctness who actually use the term. Those who hold ‘politically correct’ attitudes prefer not to use it because of its negative connotations.

Topic Word for the day
Posted 25 Jun 2015 04:18


Topic Editor Wanted
Posted 19 Jun 2015 12:44

I'd like to volunteer my services, if anyone is interested...