Forum posts made by seeker4

Topic Announcing the Winners of our "Holiday Hijinks" Story Competition
Posted 13 Jan 2017 10:14

Congratulations to the winners! Deserving bunch if there ever was. And to the runners-up: congrats as well, keep it up. The podium is in sight.

Topic Unexpectedly brilliant movies
Posted 13 Jan 2017 08:18

Gojira , the original Japanese Godzilla. While the series has ranged from good to terrible and serious to silly, the original stands by itself.

It's a powerful fable for the atomic age combined with a family drama as a scientist, his daughter, and her two suitors are all caught up the destructive rampage by everyone's favorite metaphor for nuclear weapons. The daughter's love triangle ends up playing a key role in the resolution.

Godzilla, King of the Monsters , the American re-edit, came a couple years later and also does a good job but the spliced in scenes featuring Raymond Burr as an American reporter covering the story kind of break up the flow and required cutting some other, better, scenes from the Japanese version and also re-ordered things a bit awkwardly.

Topic Moderator of the Month for December
Posted 13 Jan 2017 05:29

Way to go, Buz! Not sure how you fit it in around all the football, but we authors and readers are glad you did.

Topic Blowjobs: Guys, do you like to suck cock as well as having your cock sucked?
Posted 12 Jan 2017 13:38



Where do you live again? Embarassed Regaeman Man I have had a cock in my mouth, but never to completion, so I sort of haven't done it before. At least, I've never swallowed a mouthful of cum before.

Topic First attraction to a man
Posted 12 Jan 2017 13:34

I have come to realize that new guy in our tech services department is hot. I have never really thought about a real guy that way before, just pics I've seen online. Another step in discovering my bisexuality, I guess. Of course, he's probably straight and I'm not really interested in workplace affairs even if he isn't, but it's still interesting to find myself having that feeling.

Any other guys had that experience late in life (I'm in my fifties) as opposed to earlier?

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 12 Jan 2017 13:28

Seeker, I'm a huge fan of Furst and have read all of his spy stories, some more than once. One critic said reading him was like watching, 'Casablanca' and I agree. His first four novels are: Night Soldiers, Dark Star, The Polish Officer, and The World At Night which I'm now re-reading.

glasses8.

I was a big fan of spy-fi back in the eighties. Read Fleming, Le Carre, Deighton, a few others. However, that kind of tailed off with my reading in general and it's a genre I want to get back to once I figure who is good these days (besides, since he's still publishing, Le Carre). Furst is one that has come up consistently when I look for authors to read in the genre. And I agree with critic's reference to Casablanca, which is one of my all-time favorite movies. Spies of the Balkans definitely had that feel to it.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 12 Jan 2017 11:35


I was reading an Alan Furst spy novel

Must get back to reading him. Read and quite enjoyed Spies of the Balkans on a vacation a few years ago and never got around to reading more.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 12 Jan 2017 08:15


The good news is the contest results haven't been posted. That means hope can still over-match memories of past non-winning entries. ;)


Tough decisions to be made? The crash yesterday? Judges still hung over from New Year's? I'm not really expecting this story to be a winner but I'm still eager to see the results.

And a hot toddy will be necessary. Temp is dropping to -8 Celsius tonight and into tomorrow. Will probably need skates to get around because everything is currently wet from rain last night.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 12 Jan 2017 05:38

Here's a couple bottles of local rum I picked up in Barbados. Might help spruce up your collection a bit, Rump. Now open one and get me a rum punch toot sweet. Only back three days and I'm already missing the Caribbean.

Topic Site down for maintenance - from 4pm PST Friday 13th
Posted 12 Jan 2017 05:36

Have fun, Gav. I hope the users on the board I admin are as good humoured as this bunch when I take it down for an upgrade later this winter.

Topic Would you rather...
Posted 10 Jan 2017 11:39

Well, I've been the latter for most of my life so I'd rather like a shot at being the former.

WYR spend a romantic vacation on a cruise or at a resort?

Topic Forum Game: Sexual Choices
Posted 10 Jan 2017 11:36

Throughout. Kissing is a big turn-on for me.

All the way on first date or work up to it over several dates?

Topic Album Art
Posted 10 Jan 2017 11:33

Pretty much anything by Roger Dean.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e7/Tales_from_Topographic_Oceans_%28Yes_album%29.jpg

Topic Do people actually watch award shows?
Posted 10 Jan 2017 11:31

I've kind of been ignoring them for the past couple decades. They aren't always the best measure of quality, often they are more about who the industry feels like patting on the back (e.g. the aging actor who wins for some recent so-so film even though they appeared in, but didn't win for, a string of classics years before). And, frankly, they aren't usually that interesting anymore. I might tune in a music awards show if there are interesting performances but even those usually hit Youtube fairly soon after now so even that's not much of a reason.

Topic What feature turns you on the most?
Posted 10 Jan 2017 11:28

Pretty face, long hair, nice pair of tits (not too big, not too small, just right); there are a number of physical features that I find arousing. An imagination and a willingness to use it would be a non-physical one.

Topic 1001 reasons why Canada is the coolest country in the world.
Posted 30 Dec 2016 09:23

81. Maybe he's been mentioned already and I missed it, but Col. Chris Hadfield. Probably the most famous and popular astronaut of the last couple decades and lives just down the highway from me in Sarnia (in fact, their local airport is named for him). First man to record a music video in zero-g.

Topic 1001 reasons why Canada is the coolest country in the world.
Posted 29 Dec 2016 16:00

52. Ryan Gosling. love10

Who was born in my current home town. icon_biggrin

60. The guy out West who took on a cougar barehanded to protect his dogs.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/red-deer-man-punches-cougar-at-tim-hortons-to-save-dog-1.3914210

Topic 1001 reasons why Canada is the coolest country in the world.
Posted 29 Dec 2016 13:23



not nearly as hot, tho. love10

Try saying that to a woman from my generation or earlier. Trudeaumania happened for a reason.

19. Poutine. Quebec's contribution to fast food and clogged arteries.

Topic 1001 reasons why Canada is the coolest country in the world.
Posted 29 Dec 2016 13:19

16. We write great songs: Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Gordon Lightfoot and on it goes down to Sarah McLachlan and now Alessia Cara and others of her generation.

17. Linda Evangelista (dear God, she's the same age as me). If you don't know who that is, Google it.

18. Pierre Elliott Trudeau (10x the PM of that smartarsed whippersnapper he sired)

Topic Boobs too big?
Posted 29 Dec 2016 05:23

It's more a matter of being proportional to the body type. Large breasts can look good on some women, but I've seen some smaller porn-stars get ridiculously large implants and it kind of ruins their look. On the other hand, I have no complaints about small breasts - they're usually really cute.

Seconded. I love breasts in general moreso than a specific size (in fact, women I've been attracted to have ranged from A to DD and perhaps larger than that in one case), but sometimes you get breasts that just look like they don't belong on the woman's body. Usually, as JAGYK suggests, porn stars, strippers, etc. who have obviously gone overboard with implants.

One thing I've noticed is that I've been more attracted to voluptuous women in later years whereas when younger I leaned more to slim, smaller-breasted looks. Not sure if that's an aging thing or just shifting tastes.

Topic Use My Last Word First - in a 5 word sentence..
Posted 24 Dec 2016 08:01

Minds that think dirty thoughts.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 23 Dec 2016 09:47

You know that slop you have that passes for vodka? The one the Russians use in place of gasoline? Make him a vodka martini.Regaeman Man

Topic Fitting Epitaphs for Those Who Perish from Robot Sex
Posted 23 Dec 2016 09:46

In this plot there lies a man
Who thought he had a cunning plan
He'd get his 'bot to get him off...

The 'bot misunderstood.

Topic Use My Last Word First - in a 5 word sentence..
Posted 23 Dec 2016 08:56

Once, I was very happy

Topic ... in my pants
Posted 23 Dec 2016 08:54

Bad Things ... in my pants (Machinegun Kelly ft. Camila Cabello)

Topic Would you rather...
Posted 23 Dec 2016 08:53

Lengthy build up. Makes for a more intense experience and better bonding with my partner.

WYR celebrate New Year's Eve at a swanky ball or have your own little party with friends

Topic Forum Game: Sexual Choices
Posted 23 Dec 2016 08:48

Kind of depends on mood, but right now probably someone new.

Start off naked or remove clothing as needed as you go

Topic Guilty or Innocent.
Posted 23 Dec 2016 08:47

Been so long since I stayed awake long enough to have sex over the changing of the year, I have no real idea. I'm a "morning person" and usually struggle to even be awake at midnight. So, I'll say innocent to be safe.

You've had sex with a total stranger to ring in the New Year

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 23 Dec 2016 08:38

Maybe a more... customizable reading experience?

And to that effect, maybe even a "reader" of a sort for reading stories. Maybe an option to choose your background coloring for reading stories.

Storiesonline I think has this function.

For my eyes at least, it's far more comfortable reading with a soft gray background than white. Like with the Kindle App as well.

Just spitballing out my ass.

I could get behind this. I use Overdrive (company that works with libraries to provide ebook lending) and their app allows you to do a "Sepia" colour scheme which has a yellowish background behind black lettering. I find easier on the eyes for reading than black on white or vice versa. If the author allows PDF, you might be able to do something with it, but it would be nice to be able to adjust the native Lush reading page (and maybe you can in some browsers, I have never tried or looked into it).

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 23 Dec 2016 05:34

Where is everybody? Out xmas shopping, instead of drinking?

Xmas shopping for things to drinkevil4

How's it going, oceanrunner? Whatcha drinkin'? I'll buy a round.