Forum posts made by seeker4

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 23 Apr 2017 18:55


Sprite has agreed to ghost-write a story for me. .

Sigh. Another poor fool fell for it. Farewell!

evil4

A Hannah to end the day, I think, barkeep.

Topic Happy Birthday William Shakespeare
Posted 23 Apr 2017 18:53

So, what's your favorite play? For me, it's Macbeth for the tragedies and Much Ado About Nothing for the comedies (it's fluff, but fun, enjoyable fluff). Don't really have a favorite history because I've seen fewer of them, though I do love Henry V.

Topic What turns you on about younger girls?
Posted 23 Apr 2017 18:44

Eighteen year-old girls don't really excite this old ape. My son is that age so it is just too dang young (and makes me feel too dang old). In fact, I'd probably put my lower limit at 30 now, maybe 25 if there was something special about her. Why go younger? Not sure. More energy, often in better shape physically, makes you feel young again, I suppose. Really, though, I know lots of hot ladies close to my age (50something) so I'm not sure I'd go too young. The co-worker I have long voted most desirable for an office affair (won't happen but I've thought it nonetheless) is only 4 years younger than me and quite hot.

Topic What music describes how you drive?
Posted 23 Apr 2017 18:39

I drive a Viper so Wild Thing...

Wow. If I had one of those, probably I'd go with the OP's choice (AC/DC, specifically Thunderstruck) but Wild Thing works, too. I'm boring, though, and drive a Honda Civic (and, truth be told, if I had the cash for something expensive and sporty, I'd be driving either a Jag F-Type or a Porsche Carrera).

Topic Happy Birthday William Shakespeare
Posted 23 Apr 2017 09:30

Thanks for everything you have given us. Born 1453 years ago and still going strong!

https://upload.lushstories.com/678228037-z19649274Q,Szekspir-na-obrazie-Ernsta-Hadera-z-ok--1880-r-.jpg

Um, I think you've aged him 1000 years. He's only a youthful 453 years old (born in 1564). And the 23rd of April is actually the anniversary of his death. He was born on April 26 (And no, his last words were not, "Damn! Almost made it to another birthday.").

Nonetheless, I never miss a chance to celebrate one of my favorite poets and playwrights.

A toast to the man gave us so much brilliant writing to enjoy!

Pour Wine

Topic Sad Songs
Posted 23 Apr 2017 09:26



I favor the Gram Parsons' cover myself. There is also a duet with Keith Richards and Norah Jones that is good. They offer an emotional intensity over a note to note smothness.

For "Love Hurts" or "Crying"? I've never heard Parsons do either but shall seek it out.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 23 Apr 2017 06:12

Hey, Hannah, I'm around. Where's the kettle? Need my morning cuppa.

Topic Happy birthday 69Kisses96!
Posted 23 Apr 2017 06:09

A drink to 69Kisses96!

Pint Drunk

Happy Birthday!!!!!

Topic What music describes how you drive?
Posted 22 Apr 2017 14:42

Travelling Wilburys

Topic If you could have sex with anyone famous who ?
Posted 22 Apr 2017 14:40

who says i haven't? ;)

Name names or it didn't happen. evil4

Topic Sad Songs
Posted 22 Apr 2017 14:36



My oldest brother once dated an old girlfriend of Roy Orbison (high school). Roy's voice was unique. I've been a big fan of the TV show Austin City Limits. Roy's comeback special on ACL was one of my three favorites. His HBO special A Black and White Night was magnificent. Love Hurts and Crying are two of his best efforts.

While he was around my entire life, I really discovered Roy when he began his comeback in the eighties. Black & White Nights, the duet of crying with K.D., the Travelling Wilburys.

I was just playing a collection (two collections, actually) of his old stuff from the fifties and sixties in the car while on a long drive last week.

Topic Would you be a porn star?
Posted 22 Apr 2017 10:37

I went with "my dick is shy" (well, all of me is, really) but "my wife won't let me" would factor in as well. Without that second factor, though, maybe I'd give it a try.b229

(Oh yeah, someone would actually have to want to see me having sex, which might be an issue as wellEmbarassed )

Topic getting cock
Posted 22 Apr 2017 10:29

At times. I have had one in my mouth a couple times but neither went especially well. The desire isn't gone, but I am not sure where to go with it now. I really don't move in circles where I could indulge easily or discreetly and I can't see my wife going for it. If I was ever single again, though, I'd probably be looking for a man rather than a woman.

Topic Sad Songs
Posted 22 Apr 2017 10:27

"Love Hurts" in the Roy Orbison version, it was originally done by the Everly Brothers (IIRC) and the most famous version, at least in my circles, is by Nazareth but Orbison's seems to capture the pain in the lyrics more.

And sticking with Roy (who had the perfect voice for hurtin' songs), his classic "Crying" done by either him or K.D. Lang (or both in one case).

Topic Who would you like to go DOWN on
Posted 21 Apr 2017 13:45

Oo, now that I think of it, there is a sort of celebrity I'd happily give some oral to. Matt O'Dowd of the Youtube channel PBS Spacetime is my man crush at the moment. Handsome and smart. Unfortunately, most of the pics of him online are pre-beard and I just love his beard.


Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 21 Apr 2017 12:41

GSo I take it you didn't 'cotton' to my poem prompt of "There once was a lady in France.' No problem. What about, 'There once was a man from Nantucket'? Just a thought.



Somehow, I don't think dirty limericks are going to cut it in this one, Rump.

There once was this lady in France,
Who would frequently get up and dance,
On little card table,
In the back of a stable,
While her lover watched and fondled his lance.

(Had to rhyme France and dance somehow)

Topic If you could have sex with anyone famous who ?
Posted 21 Apr 2017 12:37

Michelle Pfeiffer. Been hot for her since her heyday in the eighties and nineties and she's still pretty hot today.

Emma Watson. A beautiful young woman who also comes across and quite bright and in control.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 21 Apr 2017 08:39



And just fyi, i don't think anyone here has entered with illusions of winning. for the first time ever, i genuinely understand the phrase "it's the taking part that counts". lol.


Well, maybe not winning but I'm rather fussy about putting my poems out in the wild (even my stories, hence my low output relative to some other Lush writers). I wouldn't post something that I didn't like and my attempts at this theme so far haven't turned my own crank, so I'm not going to unleash them on anyone else.

Hey, Rump, another screwdriver but easy on the OJ.

Topic Who would you like to go DOWN on
Posted 21 Apr 2017 08:35

The hot young guy in my office's tech services department. No idea how much he's packing in his pants, but he sure looks good in his uniform. Probably straight and attached, though, and I've never been a fan of office romances in any case.

Or are we talking celebs? See, my problem is that I don't really lust after celebs much anymore. Even in my youth, aside for a couple actresses (Brooke Shields) who caught my eye, I didn't really get off to celebs and I have never really had the hots for any male celebs. So I can't think of any male celebrities that I'd want to go down on. I tend to lust after real people.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 21 Apr 2017 06:01

I think there's just over a week left until the competition closes. Now.

EMERSON501

SWEETSINNER

HERATELEIA

APPTOBEBAD

SEEKER4

You guys... come on, now. I wrote a poem about a fucking paperclip . Embarassed

PLEASE enter... crybaby

Hey there, Phil aka security. Next week I'll be giving you a list of non-entrants to deal with so you'd best start taking your duties seriously. Here's a down payment of 100g of Skittles. evil5



Sorry, I'm hot and heavy in the midst of a prose writing project and my mind just isn't going anywhere that would produce anything to compete with the comp entries I've read. I've already picked who I expect to be one and two and I know I wouldn't have a hope in hell of matching them right now.

But ... it is the weekend so never say never. Poetry is one of those things that I require serious inspiration for and that's more likely to strike on a weekend.

Topic Happy 4/20!
Posted 21 Apr 2017 05:54

Canadian stoners had a fun 420 celebrating the fact that by 4/20/2019, they may be able to celebrate legally (if things go according to plan, it will become legal in July, 2018 so not in time for next years 4/20). I'm not one of them but I fully support the planned legal changes.

Also, the Toronto Stock Exchange had a bit of cheeky fun with the day by inviting the investment firm that manages our first marijuana ETF (there are now enough companies producing medical pot in Canada, which is already legal, to do it) to ring the opening bell.

Topic Best Porn movie. That's got a little bit of plot.
Posted 21 Apr 2017 05:50

Back in the days of classic cinematic porn, there was a porn-y version of Alice in Wonderland (don't worry, no age violations, this Alice was a sexually repressed librarian of at least college age). It's all about how her journey into Wonderland leads to some unique experiences which open her up in more ways than one. Then she returns to the real world to give her fiance a nice taste of her new outlook on sex. Haven't seen it in years, but I recall it being both sexy and entertaining.

Topic Breaking News - UK Genral Election - June 8th
Posted 19 Apr 2017 05:52

You know, I am so glad we don't have to go through this again for a couple more years federally (provincial here in my part of Canada is a year and a bit away, too). Though we do have two major parties working laboriously towards choosing new leaders (the Conservatives have apparently been reading the US Republican playbook and have like 14 candidates of whom only about 3 actually have a realistic shot at the job).

So, best of luck to you, UK citizens. We'll be watching, and possibly laughing, at you here in the (former) colonies.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 19 Apr 2017 05:46

This weekend i said to a small adorable boy:

"Would you like a tangerine?"

He looked up at me and said,

"You call oranges tangerines?"

He also lectured me on the fact that carpets were far too soft to complete jigsaws.

If it is a citrus fruit that orange and round, I eat it. We have so many varieties with so many labels now (what the f is the difference between a mandarin and a clementine anyway? They look and taste about the same to me.) that keeping straight what is what is becoming a bit of a fool's game.

And you can, too, do jigsaws on a carpet. It just has to be a very short, tight weave.


Now, speaking of oranges, a screwdriver would be nice whoever is on bar now (Mike??)

Topic midnight feast (or snack)
Posted 19 Apr 2017 05:39

Late night, I usually just go for something snack-y. Tortilla chips with hummus or salsa; wasabi peas; a couple handfuls of toasted almonds (we buy them raw and toast them ourselves). Just enough to fill the void and let me get back to sleep. Unless it's really close to my usual rise time (I'm a morning person and usually wake up c. 6:30am) and then I'll just have breakfast early.

Topic Bagged or Bagless Vacuum Sweepers?
Posted 18 Apr 2017 13:54



lol!

I'm actually putting Dyson on my list of sexy names for male characters! coffee

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freeman_Dyson

If you find intelligence sexy, Freeman Dyson has it in spades and then some.

I use a central vacuum. Main unit including filter is out in the garage so emptying it and cleaning it is easy and doesn't reintroduce the dust back into the house. Installed it myself, too.

Topic Happy Anniversary to my lovely Simplicity.
Posted 18 Apr 2017 10:25

Happy Anniversary Milik and Simplicity. Two nice people who make nice couple. All my best wishes for the future, too.

Topic Did you watch The Wolf Of Wall Street?
Posted 18 Apr 2017 09:04

Wife and i started it one day but it didn't click. I find recent Scorsese like Wolf is generally not to my taste, unlike earlier stuff like Casino and Goodfellas. Not sure why, but Leo may be part of the problem. I've never warmed up to him the way I did to classic Scorsese actors like De Niro and Pesci.

Topic Water-gasm - Would you find it sexy?
Posted 18 Apr 2017 06:13

Would you find it sexy to watch a man bring himself to orgasm by water alone? Recently, I've been experimenting with the shower head. It has different settings, and if I slowly turn the nozzle from a wide spread, to a concentrated pulsing stream, I can actually bring myself to orgasm. Would you find that sexy to watch?

Speaking from the guy side, I find most showers a bit too intense for my sensitive bits. Multiple tiny streams of water under pressure hitting my exposed head (I'm circumcised) sounds more painful that pleasureable. I get off in the shower but not using the shower head.

Topic What do you think of Who's new companion?
Posted 18 Apr 2017 06:10

That awkward moment when you open a thread and have no clue what's being discussed so you cannot comment... Embarassed

Reference is to the TV series Doctor Who, which debuted a new "companion" (a, usually female, human who travels through time and space with the main character) this season. The new companion is the first explicitly LGBTQ companion unless you count Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), an omnisexual time traveller who was introduced on Dr. Who and later was a main character on the spinoff series Torchwood.

I am so far behind on Dr. Who that I haven't even seen any episodes with the current doctor (Peter Capaldi) so don't really have an opinion. Nice to have an LGBTQ character who is sympathetic at least. Jack was a great character, but a bit of a shit at times.