I have always had an interest in erotica and hope to write a story or two on this site one day when I get off my bum and have a go.
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Stinking hot though it has just started to rain so hopefully this will cool things down.
LOL X means no but do I still qualify?? You do in my book though you will be disappointed in the tackle size category.
In the old days I loved Ginger Lynn and Marilyn Chambers . These days I wouldn't have a clue what their names even were. As to sending a link...I haven't quite mastered that yet.
I enjoy watching porn but it doesn't make me feel more or less highly of women. What amazes me is the number of very pretty women taking part in these films.
... it tells me that the whole election will be determined by a recount in Florida and that Jeb Bush will win <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/readsmallprint.gif" alt="Read it"> <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/eusa_shhh.gif" alt="Shhh"> and Donald Trump will be the next US Ambassador to ... somewhere? Russia? <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/dontknow.gif" alt="dontknow"> <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/dontknow.gif" alt="dontknow"> Make it Mexico, he seems to like them.
Actually, it's the other way around. Violence begets violence. The children who are the worst bullies and anti-authoritarian are the ones who who are disciplined with violence. Corporal (I assume thats what you meant) punishment is one of the major causes of anti-social behavior. There's been countless studies on it. Thinking the kids who behave are the ones who are spanked shows a basic misunderstanding of how violence affects children. A kid who isn't scared to talk back to you or hit another kid are the ones who have experienced violence in the home. Thanks for correcting my blunder over corporal punishment, should have spent more time studying whilst at school rather than being a bully and anti-authoritarian. I have to disagree with your views on corporal punishment being a major cause of anti-social behavior but everyone is allowed their own opinion so I'll leave it at that. I personally think that lack of discipline and kids knowing that they can't be touched means they can do what they like and this leads to anti-social behavior. There is no way I'd ever want to be a teacher this day and age, no wonder teachers are leaving the profession in droves. Male teachers are getting accused of all sorts of horrible things and even when these accusations are proved false their reputations are still tarnished. I don't know if our schools here have cameras, probably not, but I think it would be a great idea.My hat goes off to all you teachers out there.
I agree that punishing girls for wearing a shirt that might show their tummy, or you see a bra strap (sometimes this can't be avoided) while boys still run around with their fucking jeans around their knees with no punishment is unfair. Last year, I busted and turned in more boys than girls. Most of the time I'd remind my girls quietly that their violating dress code and they'd put a jacket on. My boys would refuse to pull up their pants or take off the hoods of their hoodies (this is more of a boy issue than a girl.) I sent one boy up to the office twice last year for wearing a t-shirt that advertised alcohol. Mind you, I'd done the same with a girl on this issue.Girls will often quickly comply, but some will dress in a way that will get them nailed for dress code just to make a point. The boys, on the other hand, think that due to their gender (and sometimes race) that the rules don't apply to them. I catch more attitude when I tell a boy to remove his hood, take off his baseball cap, or ask them to pull up their pants. One little shit went so far to call his mom and LIE , claiming I twisted his arm. Thankfully, thanks to a teacher witness and the surveillance cameras he was found to be the little liar he was.Maybe if parents did more to teach their children to act with respect, less of this would happen. I taught my son to respect women. He knows that if I were to ever hear he wasn't respectful to a woman, I'd kick his ass. After witnessing a family where the sons treated their mother with extreme disrespect (which made me want to scream) he said it was disgusting and he'd never treat me or any other woman like that. I can say that all the females I've met that know him all say the same thing... what a wonderful and respectful man he is.Is it easy to raise a boy like this? No, it takes a lot of hard work. However, it's well worth it in the end. Well done NymphWriter for the way you have brought up your son and also for handling the kids at your school. I think the main reason for this behavior or lack of is due to the kids no longer have to suffer corporate punishment. Way back in my school days, roughly 40 years ago, if you did something wrong you coped a flogging whereas now parents and teachers can't touch the little 'darlings'. I got my fair share of hidings when young due to being a big sh*t but I think I treat people with respect and suffer no ill effects from it all.
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