Forum posts made by seeker4

Topic Finding full length movie name from sexy photos
Posted 06 Apr 2017 12:03

None of those looks like a movie scene, to be honest. They all look like posed photos or maybe, if they are from movies, production stills. Have you tried a Google Image Search?

Topic London - What's the attraction?
Posted 05 Apr 2017 09:06


You had to know someone would come in with obvious followup to your post. One of the greatest songs of my lifetime:

Topic London - What's the attraction?
Posted 05 Apr 2017 09:04

I'd vote for the British Museum over all the other choices.

Ditto. And the National Gallery. I'm a bit of a museum/gallery junkie.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 05 Apr 2017 08:59

It appears that winter is well and truly done in my neck of the woods. It wasn't a terrible one unless you're a skier (and, alas, my son is) but it is still nice to be able to go out in shirt sleeves (at least I am, my wife and son still find it too cold at 14 Celsius).

Draw me a draft, Rump.

Topic Whats the most unusual fetsih you have come across
Posted 05 Apr 2017 08:54

There's a guy whose entreaties I have been resisting who wants to suck and stroke me while I'm wearing a dress shirt. I have no idea why that gets him off, but evidently it does.

Topic How far do you shoot?
Posted 05 Apr 2017 08:52

It depends a lot on how long it has been since my last cum and how aroused I am, but these days, it's pretty much "inches". If I'm lucky. :( When I was younger, I did manage to hit my neck and even face while stroking off lying prone but not all the time.

Topic You're so aggravating!
Posted 05 Apr 2017 08:50

Procrastinating, though she has accepted that some of it is a bit of social anxiety causing me to put off things that require interaction with human beings.

Topic Votes only with comments - a polite request for your thoughts
Posted 05 Apr 2017 07:53

I've left scoring on because some people seem to like expressing themselves that way, though I prefer to get actual, meaningful comments. As I have commented once or twice in the past, ditching the 1-5 scoring and replacing it with a "Like" button a la Twitter is how I would tend to do it if I was running the site. The proliferation of "5" scores tends to suggest to me that's how people are using it anyway.

Topic Awesome Award 4/1/17: Cleo El Gato
Posted 02 Apr 2017 13:32

Tch! I see Cleo's been at Mistress Sprite's keyboard again...

Funny. I always under the impression that it was Cleo's keyboard and Sprite uses it with permission.evil4

Topic Paris or Hollywood?
Posted 02 Apr 2017 13:29

Roaring twenties: Berlin!

Life's just a cabaret, eh? (No, I won't sing it. The restraining order from the last time I belted out a Broadway tune is still in place.)

Topic Paris or Hollywood?
Posted 02 Apr 2017 09:06

Paris. I'll always take Paris over Hollywood. Though Paris was actually more interesting in the 1920s. That's when Hemingway, Stein, et al. were hanging out there (as shown in movies like Midnight in Paris).

EDIT: Actually, I'm confused about Rachel's setting. She says "roaring thirties" but it's usually the twenties that are "roaring" with the 30s being "dirty".

Topic Orange is the New Black Wedding
Posted 01 Apr 2017 15:58

I don't watch the show (don't watch much scripted TV at all any more) but those two are a great looking couple. Love the outfits they chose. And I'm not really a big fan of either celebrity watching or weddings so for me to say that is something.

Topic Jazz: Who do you love?
Posted 01 Apr 2017 05:27

You've hit two of mine right there.

Ella Fitzgerald: Key Tune: can't pick one just now. One of the best jazz vocalists ever and the standard to which many even today aspire. Besides her solo work, she had a great professional and personal relationship with Louis Armstrong and their duets are a hoot to listen to.

Which, of course, brings us to:

Louis Armstrong. Hell, the guy wrote the book on jazz trumpet, originated skat singing (basically, per Ken Burns' Jazz, he tried to sing the way he played). Many people know him from his more pop-oriented work like "What a Wonderful World" but those are just the tip of iceberg. There's nothing like hearing Louis in his prime.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 31 Mar 2017 17:34

Whiskey, bartender.

And, as promised, my debut over on the blue site .

Topic Celebrity Free Pass?
Posted 31 Mar 2017 05:38

Okay, he's a Youtube host so only just barely a celebrity, but I'm rather hot for Aussie-born astrophysicist Matt O'Dowd of PBS Spacetime. Esp. since he started sporting the beard.

Topic Forgetting your birthday
Posted 31 Mar 2017 05:34

My wife always wants to do MORE for my b-day than I do. I'd probably be happy if she forgot it one year (actually, she was away for it one year but we celebrated before she left). I'm at an age where I don't treat it as a big deal anymore.

Topic chicks with dicks pics in mens room
Posted 31 Mar 2017 05:29

You might want to edit out the age reference (which I will not repeat). You're in violation of TOS at this point and I imagine a mod will be along to deal with it if you don't.

As for your query, I don't hang out in the men's room (not a chatter, or at least I assume that's the men's room you mean) so no idea if that's what it is like or not. I'm very open with my sexuality so transgender pics aren't an issue for me, though a little variety is always nice.

Topic OMG Shakespeare - WTF?
Posted 30 Mar 2017 11:01

I am probably not in the target audience, but I imagine someone who is fluent in both Shakespeare and emoji (or whatever you want to call it) might get a few good laughs out of it. And if that's what is intended, then it is all cool with me. It wouldn't be the first time someone has messed with Shakespeare and some of the others have been far more egregious because they actually took themselves seriously.

Topic 3 Things About Yourself
Posted 30 Mar 2017 10:57

1) I trained as a librarian but work in IT now
2) I have been fascinated by all things space since I was quite young.
3) I love mountains and wish I lived in Colorado or Alberta or some such place that has them.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 30 Mar 2017 10:52

I'm sorry Hannah. I hope you feel a bit better later and in case no one told you today, you're a beautiful lady.

My passion piece is up for the comp. I hope you enjoy it.

*What is Paasion*

Your link was borked: What is Passion

The poem, however, was not. Nice job. Put your next drink on my tab.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 29 Mar 2017 11:23

Greetings, scribblers of subline slime. All this poetry around here is a 'goodness' I suppose. But at this rate, somebody will probably bring in a few potted ferns to add an artsy air to the joint. Nothing wrong with that...just so long as they're cured right and smoke okay.

Coffee's boiled down to a rich sludge for those having trouble kicking things into gear. Meanwhile, there are other, less toxic, offerings. So what'll ya have to drink?


Put the kettle on. I need tea. Had a root canal on my root canal this morning (yes, twice on the same f***ing tooth). No pain, thank God. I use a DDS who focusses entirely on root canal and related work and so he is fantastic at it.

Just read Buz's poem for the comp. Hot damn, that's good. Put his next drink on my tab, please. Even if he doesn't win, he's getting something from me.

Topic What type of car guy/gal are you
Posted 28 Mar 2017 10:18

For the day-to-day cars that I own, I am fairly practical. Just enough car to get me where I need to go. Practical, reliable, comfortable within reason (i.e. has a decent radio, heat, air, and decent seats). Right now, it's a Honda Civic but when I come to replace it, I'll have to do some shopping based on my needs at that point (it's ten years old but in good shape so probably a few more years). If a domestic fits the bill, I'd buy it, but the Japanese (and now, apparently, Koreans) have tended to be strong, esp. on the reliability side.

Update: Still a Honda guy. Replaced both my Hondas with ... newer models of the same Hondas (a 2015 Civic and a 2017 CR-V). And here in Canada, those models are at least nominally domestic: Both are assembled in Alliston, Ontario about 2 hours away from where I live.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 28 Mar 2017 10:14

Hey, Rump, what drink really gets the juices flowing? The creative ones, you perv, not those ones.laughing6

I seem to be in a bit of a drought right now. Two stories in progress but both are edit jobs (one for here with sallytheslut2, which I think she'll be posting soon) and the old one of my own that I'm redoing for Stories Space. I just can't seem to get anything going with any of my unused ideas. I start writing and go "fuck, what the hell is this shit you're writing?" That includes my attempts at the comp.

Topic Anal Sex
Posted 28 Mar 2017 10:06

Why do you guys love Anal so much?

Not all of us do. I've never tried it and don't really plan to unless it's with another guy (and even that would be out of necessity). I love vaginal and oral sex and really see no reason to go "back there" with a woman.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 27 Mar 2017 10:10

Well, it's afternoon now here, so I can skip the brandy and joe and move to something more substantial. Like whiskey. Lots of it.

And I am drawing near to a first: My first story on our beloved sister site. It's not a completely new story, just a much improved version of one of my old stories (written in the mid-nineties) that has been languishing in a now-defunct webzine site once edited by my late friend Mike. I'm not sure what appalls me more: My shoddy writing from that era or the bizarre edits that he apparently did (since it's stuff I would never have done, even then). However, the version that Stories Space gets will be, mostly, up to my current standards. I think. I am not doing a total rewrite, but I am editing the hell out of it.

Topic Finding an authentic voice
Posted 25 Mar 2017 13:31

Excellent post.

Indeed. Like a lot of young horror writers (which is what I wrote when I first started dabblng in writing too many years ago), I started out imitating Lovecraft as well as more contemporary genre writers like King.

Side note: Specific to Lush, the thing that will stop me dead in my tracks (or cause me not to click on the story at all, if it's in the first paragraph) is a female character describing herself as if she's at an escort agency, e.g., "My name is Brooke. I'm a college sophomore, petite, with perky 36DDD breasts...".

I see that way too often, and maybe there are readers who don't care, but I'm pretty sure that no woman in the history of ever has described herself by listing her measurements in casual conversation.

LOL. I called that out as my first thing in the Cliches That Should Die thread. The "laundry list" character description (forget who I picked that term up from. Maybe Rachel?) is a pet peeve of mine.

Topic Breast size?
Posted 25 Mar 2017 09:00

Speaking of cliches that deserve to die in another thread. How about thread topics that deserve to die?

I am a breast man. I love boobs/tits/breasts/whatever. But I don't have a standard for size. What I like are breasts that look good on the woman who has them. That's about shape and proportion as much as size.

And a woman who loves her breasts and shows them off well is going to get my attention regardless of what size or shape they are.

Topic Cliches that should die
Posted 25 Mar 2017 06:38

or the straight girl who goes lez. same thing :)

Amen. My last story had a girl getting down with another girl after breaking up with a guy but it's made clear early on that she's bi and knows it.

Topic Cliches that should die
Posted 25 Mar 2017 06:35

This. And the D cup thing. That too. Regaeman Man

Nothing wrong with larger breasts. But beautiful teacup size or something would be beautiful. And exquisite. My 2 cents

Variety is the spice of life as they say. And that applies to erotic fiction, too. If every woman's boobs were the same size, eventually boobs would become boring (as much as it pains this breast man to say it).

Topic Cliches that should die
Posted 25 Mar 2017 06:33

The thing about cliches is that using them in a new, fresh or reinventive way is pretty skillful and interesting. It takes some real talent to make cliches put a smile on your face as you're reading/watching/listening.

True enough. Read some pulp s-f and watch some old movie serials and you realize that Star Wars is dripping in cliches, just using them well.

But some cliches are so worn out (e.g. the laundry list) or offensive (e.g. the gay person suddenly "going straight") that they are probably beyond redemption.