Forum posts made by seeker4

Topic Would you like a 3some with the 2 members Above You.....Yes or No?
Posted 29 Apr 2016 10:10

MFM with Shotgun and Tilly, eh? I'm in.

Topic Guilty or Innocent.
Posted 29 Apr 2016 10:09

Innocent - so far.

Have "set the kitchen on fire" figuratively with some hot sex on the counter?

Topic What ORIGINAL movie have you recently seen?
Posted 29 Apr 2016 10:07

Last original movie I saw? Woody Allen's "Irrational Man" about a month ago. Of course, I don't see many movies to start with these days.

Topic *HAPPY BIRTHDAY GILLIE LILY PIXIE DIXIE GILLIANLEEEZA MOP DROP BOP!!!*
Posted 29 Apr 2016 05:48

Happy Birthday, Gillian! Hope you have a great day and find some time to party.

Topic what are you drinking?
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:51

Green tea

Topic Story behind your avatar
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:50

It is the Year of the Monkey on the Chinese (and some other Asian) Lunar Calendar and my spouse is both Chinese and born in the Year of the Monkey so I thought I'd use a monkey instead of my usual gorilla for this year.

Just Daffy waxing the bonnet of his car

Is that what they're calling it these days? Can't keep with the euphemisms anymore. evil4

Topic The person below me is...
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:46

No, but my house was right on the edge of the city when we built it (now it's a few km inside the city due to growth).

TPBM loves romantic walks in nature

Topic Person above you awakes in hospital bed and YOU say:
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:44

Next time, please remember that gasoline is not a good way to get a romantic fire going in the fireplace.

Topic Post groundless lies about the person above
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:42

Is an NSA agent who should be looking for terrorists online, not posting here.

Topic Post an outrageous fact about the person above
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:40

The wings are fakes. Her avatar can actually fly without them.

Topic Guilty or Innocent.
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:39

Very guilty. Still married to her, in fact.

Moved just to be closer to someone you weren't actually committed to yet.

Topic The person below me is...
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:35

No, but I like both and it sounds fun.

TPBM has played with chocolate and whipped cream

Topic Ask the person below you any question
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:32

Go back to my BA subject, Classics, get a PhD, and become an archaeologist/professor. I'm no Indy Jones but I love the detective work involved in piecing together the past from the bits found in a dig.

If you could live any place other than where you are now, where would it be?

Topic Use My Last Word First - in a 5 word sentence..
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:02

Myself, I don't wear Speedos.

Topic What was the question?
Posted 28 Apr 2016 13:01

Why do cats get hairballs? Because they lick their hair?

Topic Who would you rather kiss? (above or below)
Posted 28 Apr 2016 10:10

Going above for the win.

Topic The person below me is...
Posted 28 Apr 2016 10:09

Sorry, Taurus (which is why I'm always shooting the bull, I guess)

TPBM wishes they'd had some fun on their lunch hour

Topic Craig's List?
Posted 28 Apr 2016 10:08

Not with women. I've used it in the past while exploring my bi-side with very mixed results (and the conclusion that I'm not really that bi). I'd say stay away, really.

Topic What was the question?
Posted 28 Apr 2016 10:05

What would make hair weird?

Topic Would you Lick, Kiss, or Pass on person above you?
Posted 28 Apr 2016 10:04

Kiss, maybe lick if she likes that.

Topic Use My Last Word First - in a 5 word sentence..
Posted 28 Apr 2016 10:00

Things go bump after dark.

Topic Your Prostitute Name-1st pet + What You Just Ate
Posted 28 Apr 2016 09:59

Miss Purr Pasta Salad???

Topic For or against the UK staying within the EU?
Posted 28 Apr 2016 09:57

Maybe the UK should join NAFTA.

You guys elect Trump, and NAFTA may be toast anyway.

As a Canadian, I only get to watch the whole Brexit charade from a distance. It will affect Britain's ability to participate in the movement to create free trade between the EU and the USA and Canada (yes, negotiations have been happening) but with Britain and Canada both in the Commonwealth and sharing a monarch, I doubt it would sour relations between us or anything and neither relies heavily on the other as a trading partner anyhow. Eventually, I suspect that there would be some kind of Canada-UK trade deal that parallels whatever we negotiate with Europe.

I used to think the EU was a good idea, even wished NA was going the same way. However, the last decade or so have shown that it probably went a bit too far. A looser association of nations, a free trade zone similar to NAFTA that impinges less on member states' internal autonomy, is likely a better way to handle things.

I wish the poeple of both the UK and Europe all the best no matter what happens and hope wisdom prevails on both sides as they either negotiate the UK's exit from the EU or renegotiate it's place in the EU.

Topic Ask the person below you any question
Posted 28 Apr 2016 08:59

"Tightie Whities". Tried boxers for a while but found I prefer a bit more support for the junk.

What colour undies do you wear?

Topic The person below me is...
Posted 28 Apr 2016 08:57

No, but I'm sneaking on here anyhow

TPBM is in a foul mood

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 28 Apr 2016 08:51

Seeker! How's the guru of the frozen north doing these days? Let me introduce you to Gil. She's the one sitting upwind of Coma and Tose, reading Lush literature on her lap top. Gil, this is Seeker. He's an alien but otherwise harmless...probably.

We've met, Rump. Caught her rummaging around looking for more stories to ready. Didn't punish because reading some of my early stuff is punishment enough. Embarassed

Things aren't very frozen around here right now. We had a rather mild winter (to the chagrin of my teenaged potential ski-bum son) and spring, while hardly toasty, came on time. Hopefully things will warm up now that May is looming.

As Gil notes, I've got my new story up and I'm working on more. There's a folder on my Google Drive with about 7 stories or fragments thereof that I can work on so I'm aiming to start publishing more than I have been in the last year or two.

BTW and in parting, here's a link (with luck) to the Ray Stevens' version of, "I'm My Own Grandpa."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeIsxXDyjlc

glasses8

Damn, I knew I'd heard it before. Surprised I forgot it was Ray Stevens. One of the funniest singers I know of.

Brandy and coffee sounds great but I better check my insurance policy first. I think they passed an amendment to the Canada Health Act exempting them from paying for injuries caused by drinking here.evil4

Topic Can I get an interview with you?
Posted 28 Apr 2016 07:29

Introduce the title of your story: The Best Dance
Genre/Category: First Time
Provide the link: https://www.lushstories.com/stories/first-time/the-best-dance.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

I've always found dance, when done well, to be sexy. Lots of physical motion, intimate contact, and the clothing is often very revealing. So, the idea of doing a story about a young guy falling for a dancer struck me as a good one.

2. How did you come up with these characters?

Luke is a rather generic viewpoint character. We don't see or hear much about him personally, just see the world through his eyes. So, he's probably a stand-in for me, but I'll leave the significance of that to the psychologists.

Mandy, by contrast, kind of pulls in some bits and pieces from life. The most obvious one is a dancer I knew in high school, a gorgeous young lady with some sexy moves who danced in school shows and was a cheerleader. She did have a brother, though not a twin (younger) but I didn't know him as well. Now, I was lucky to get the time of day from her for the most part, let alone what happens here, but, hey, Lush is about fantasies, right?

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

Not a lot, really. It is, I think, a fairly typical Scott story. Some sexy lovemaking, some romance, some reunion and reconciliation, all elements I've put into stories before. Even the flashforward is something I think I've done before (maybe not in anything I have up right now).

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Ending it. It sat in my virtual pile for a long time after most of it was written because I didn't know where to go with the ending. When I went back, though, it seemed like it was at a good spot so I just retooled the spot where I had stopped into an ending. We'll see what the readers think of that decision.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

Hopefully, this is the beginning of a more productive period for me on Lush. I have about 7 stories all in a similar state to where this one was (stopped at a spot where I felt unsure of where to go on) so I plan to attack them one by one to see if I can more of them out. There are some new ideas I might pursue, too.

Topic what would you do???
Posted 28 Apr 2016 06:21

Sikhs are a fairly common sight in Canada. Many came here during the troubles in Punjab. So I wouldn't look twice. I know a Sikh when I see one and would never confuse one with a Muslim. In fact, the Sikh turban is, in my experience, quite different looking from any that I have seen on a Muslim.


One thing I left out - Canada's defense minister is a Sikh and a decorated military vet who served in Afghanistan. Sikhs have a history as soldiers and cops in Canada that has given them a bit of a legendary status as serious badasses. And I mean that in the best possible. It's a stereotype to be sure, but a fairly positive one at least.

OTOH, the worst terrorist act in Canadian history was committed by Sikh separatists (Air India Flight 182 bombing in 1985). Interestingly, though, no one branded all Sikhs as terrorists or started campaigns to ban turbans as has happened with Muslim headgear. The fact that most of the victims were from India, not Canada, may have been a factor in that but I think that maybe the Western world was a bit less paranoid about other religions back then since we still had the USSR as the convenient bad guys of choice.

Topic Playing with your Clit
Posted 28 Apr 2016 06:11

There are chilling oils and warming oils (vaso-dilators) that sensitize the clit, but the wildest clit stimulation I've done is having a didgeridoo played while resting on my clit. The vibrations are mind-blowing!!

So "didgeridoo" is really Aussie for "vibrator"?? Eh?

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 28 Apr 2016 06:09

laughing3

I think I've actually heard that sung, Rump, though I could not tell you where or when. Absolutely hilarious, isn't it?

Some whiskey would go nice with that. Got a story in the queue, by the way. Watch for it.