Forum posts made by violetcrumble

Topic I am done meeting people half way. I'm done. Melt the motherfucking guns.
Posted 26 Mar 2018 09:09

For those of you who are against sprites master plan, can you post on the forum "why you like guns" (link below). Cheers. For those who simply like them, or whose only justification was "It's in the second amendment." please (yes that includes you seax) kindly stop pissing of Sprite. Also for all you second amendment defenders, If the second amendment was not granting rights to bear firearms but rather, a right to rape, would you justify it and defend it from being changed?

Topic Why do you like guns?
Posted 23 Mar 2018 17:21



i fail to see your logic. just because a home invasion only leads to 0.004% homicides, that still means people died. plus how many of the victims were raped, beaten, stabbed, mauled, bludgeoned, or terrified. i don't think i would be happy if i survived but suffered any combination of the others. thankfully i have never had anyone break in my house and have never had to use my guns. it happens to others and it could happen to me. a gun gives me a fighting chance against those things happening.

Intresting. You asked how many people experienced what is considered "violent victimisation", I dont have the amount of people but it happens in 1.9% of all home invasions where the perpetrator isnt known to the victim. Something I found shocking, only 27.5% of home invasions are commited by a stranger.... the majority occur in circumstances where you wouldnt use your gun Ginger.

Now onto what I found intresting. Are you telling me you'd be willing to use your firearm to defend yourself and potentially (high potential) kill the perpertrator in all of your stated alternative results (raped etc) which also includes scared? Thats pretty feast or famine. I dont know about the rest of you but us Australians mostly use things like cricket bats.. and the occasional boomerang evil4 to defend ourself. It evens things with regards to a physical disadvantage, out ranges a knife and has less kill potential, especially if fear driven rushed responses. ~shrugs~ each to their own.

Topic Why do you like guns?
Posted 22 Mar 2018 11:38


Until then, please when you express an opinion, state it as such (as most have). The government, federal, state, and local, through their law enforcement agencies, have no duty to protect you...the black-robed panel has decreed. But do not try to tell everyone in this country what their rights SHOULD be, but rather, what their rights ARE

Rant Mode Off



I do hope I don't fall into that category. I'm mostly just typing in jest.

Topic Why do you like guns?
Posted 22 Mar 2018 08:51

I like guns so I can kill things that humans have killed for thousands of years without guns. I also like guns as an investment which 99% (not statistically accurate) of the time will be onsold by the buyer for a larger profit margin. Oh lets not forget in the circumstance of a home invasion. A home invasion which will lead to homicide in tbe us 0.004% (as provided by a report from the un biased U.S Bureou of Justice Statistics) of the time and even then that percent chance includes all methods of homicide, not specifically firearms. But most of all I LOVE guns to look lile a cow gal and shoot of my dual pistols whilst screemaing yeeea yah!

Actually taking this seriously. I'm sure gun manufacturers like guns as with any industry that uses them to actually turn a profit.

Topic How important is make-up to you?
Posted 21 Mar 2018 18:39

I know this is for the guys, but like, for me, makeup is essnetial. I rely upon it, and have a fairly large collection. I feel far to self conscious and insecure without it, and I also enjoy the process of "painting" my face and "dolling up." Its fun! I wear makeup not for the guys, but for myself. Unfortunately not all us girls can look as lovely as you do fairly naturally Minako! Just my two cents.

Makeup is love, makeup is life~ evil4

Topic Erotica with a story behind it or jump into the sex.
Posted 19 Mar 2018 06:07

I personally lean towards more 'fill' or back story then most others on here. It is however a fine balance and I think on the most part it depends on personal preference. I think some good examples that have struck that perfect chord for me would be, Parisian nights (Liz), Moonlit Maize (daleHwest) Frank Chase private dick skittles (sprite) the blue room (dancing_doll) to name a few. I think these though may lean to a little bit much story though for some, especially moonlit maize. Would be interested in others opinions though to see.


On a side note, strangely most of my favorite pieces lean on the hardcore side of things, though thats not at all my style. I think this is more so indicative of the quality of writing over genre. Rach and Ashleigh, WHEN are you going to give me something thats sweet and gentle and a little less heavy in the bedroom evil4

Topic Mental Illness and Guns
Posted 12 Mar 2018 06:32

david berkowitz, timothy mcVeigh, jeffery dahmer charles whitman, leonard lake, charles ng, gary ridgeway, dennis rader, john allen muhammad, and that is just to name a few, were all accepted and served in the armed forces of the u.s and all became notorious murderers that killed multiple people so if the government does as good a job of checking backgrounds as the military did, we may be in trouble.

some people do not show signs of mental illness and act perfectly normal in their everyday life

Somehow I'm not surprised. Maybe the U.S army does respect their peoples constitutional rights and do no screening evil4

Kidding aside, I don't think screening alone is the be all end all answer, or even that mental illness is the biggest over arching problem , was just curious about the whole constitutional rights thing more so than anything else.

Topic Mental Illness and Guns
Posted 12 Mar 2018 03:56

Again, this is an assumption, but to join the U.S army does not not have to have their medical details checked, including things regarding mental health? I would assume this is done by signing a waver or something of that sort. I doubt the U.S army would break a persons constitutional rights, they are a Pillar of patriotcracy (yes I am aware that word is made up, but you get what I mean) in American society right, and protectors of everything great!!! If thats the case and its a simple waver or something along those lines why not just implement law that requires these medical details to be released in order to ascertain a fire arm?

Topic The Americans have spoken on gun control !
Posted 11 Mar 2018 15:40

Seak you completely ignored me :(

By the way I'm a little confused as to why you own a weapon and or your validation for it. This can also be extenuated to all who do so, but thus far only you have been vocal. On the one hand you say you own guns for risk prevention towards your family (if I understood correctly). However, on the other hand didnt you say lightning and sharks are more likely threats than that of a gun. I think it would also be in your constitutional rights to wear a faroday cage...why not add that to your protective aresonal? Also if the probability of encountaring a threat by gun is so low why the need for a weapon? Or are you willing to use it in circumstances where the other/"threat" is less equipt and more defenceless?

With regards to hunting. At what point (year wise) did people in the U.S start hunting recreationaly with a gun? It would be intresting to compare that to how long people hunted the exact same things without a gun. I'm pretty sure big game such as bears had been for centuaries prior, why not continue as so? I only ask this as you mentioned hunting and so assumed this may be another reason.

I suppose you might also own a gun because its in your constitutional rights and because you like them. If thats the case, thats ok. Just can you do us all a favor and stop white knighting gun ownership? Its kinda tedious and annoying.

Topic The Americans have spoken on gun control !
Posted 11 Mar 2018 09:39



The person who pulled the trigger.

Do you blame the car for a traffic accident? Do you blame the knife for a stabbing?

Yet you want to blame the gun for a shooting. Nice!



Oh so its the person right? Correct me if I'm wrong but don't most people own two hands? and can hands not kill people? Assuming so compared to the amount of people who own two hands, or even one! Why are there less fist related deaths (in regards to % of people with fists to % of fist related deaths and % of guns to % of gun related deaths)?

Food for thought.

Topic The Americans have spoken on gun control !
Posted 11 Mar 2018 09:19

For those of you who believe guns don't kill anybody, with regards to the stats of gun related deaths, what do you think is doing the killing?

Topic Pick a movie that has something in common with the above film
Posted 30 Nov 2017 09:42

A moment to remember (both about love and disabilities, though one physical and one mental)

Topic Would you like a 3some with the 2 members Above You.....Yes or No?
Posted 26 Nov 2017 07:18

Hmmmm... I'm unsure about Charmer.... but I think Annie perhaps could sway me to do so :p

Topic The next new categories
Posted 13 Nov 2017 09:44

Have we ever considered like an Anime? category? If you've ever read a "light novel" it has a very specific writing style. Just food for thought. Hopefully it doesn't turn into shark bait :p

Topic Where did you lose your virginity?
Posted 27 Oct 2017 23:02

Shameless? Moi? 😆😆😆

~gigglefits as I roll my eyes; No, of course not you, your twin double! My bad.. who else could it be!!! ~dontknow evil4 evil4

Topic Where did you lose your virginity?
Posted 27 Oct 2017 22:25

Read my story and find out lol.

https://www.lushstories.com/stories/first-time/losing-my-virginity-7.aspx




Tsssk.. Always shamelessly plugging Annie, both your stories here on lush and yourself in bed evil4 :p

Topic What phrase of word is more powerful for girls
Posted 27 Oct 2017 04:46

4) I made you a sammich.

Thats still not quite enough for me Liz.. how about 4) "I made you sammich and did the dishes thereafter" xD

Topic Accountants
Posted 15 Sep 2017 02:33

~Waves shyly~ Uhmm... I'm in accounting, though not an accountant. I'm more like in the pa side of things. Does that count? In any case being in the field, I can say many are not dull or boring. Also, whilst math isn't my thing, I think its crazy that theres like formulas that express nature (like Fibonacci) and stuff like that. It underpins a lot of the science and verifies what we observe to be true as actually true. Theres a certain beauty to that.

Topic New friends for old lushies
Posted 02 Sep 2017 05:14



~returning shy wave~

Hi, Violet. Nice to meet you.

I read your profile, and so I will confess up front the avatar is not me. :) Though it sometimes feels like my head is spinning like that.

~Feigns surprise; Ohhhhh.... that wasn't you? I could have never guessed haha xD. Nice too meet you too. By the way, I must say, I've admired you're writing from afar.

Topic New friends for old lushies
Posted 31 Aug 2017 05:33

~Waves shyly~

Ahem.... I've been here for like 6 years, and pretty regularly too. Though, admittedly, I've shied away from forums and the like on the most part. It's not so much new lushies I have a problem with befriending, its more so the old school ones. I never made it into the cool kids group and has been forever stuck on the outside.... xD So I propose a connecting said "old lushies" together again.

P.S I do only wear pink on Wednesday, why wont you all love me!!!!! ~sulks alone in corner~ xD

Much love Violet,

Topic When reading stories what words do you prefer to be used for your vagina?
Posted 05 Feb 2017 03:40

Apparently in AU we use "jut" (pronounced joot) as well as vajayjay, poontang, punani (all of which I've heard actually used) and fanny. As to whether or not these are my favorite. Thats another question entirely xD

Topic Project Semi Colon: Lush Style
Posted 29 Sep 2016 20:17

This is a bit of a book so be warned XD

Although a bit late to the scene, I have been following this thread for a while. I think it's great that such a project such as project semi colon has occurred. One of the things I really like about it, and what stands out for me, is the fact that it’s a symbol, and one that can be seen in public, is noticeable. Lots of us out there have difficulty talking, expressing ourselves, and because of it, often, it’s very easy for us to see ourselves as alone in the world. But with this, even if you're not talking, or expressing what you've gone through, the shit you're dealing with, if you pass by someone and catch that tattoo, a symbol of so much, it’s a reminder, you're not alone in the world, and perhaps, since this person has been through a lot, you might have the courage, feel comfortable enough to talk with them. I know, that’s true for myself. if I know someone’s gone through shit, like me, I feel more safe, secure to talk of my own struggles, difficulties. The other important thing about it, is but by looking down, seeing that symbol it’s a direct link to the thought of pushing on. It works on a neurological level, many things have this effect like seeing a yellow smiley face and feeling happy, even if ever so slight, but this is the first ever one I've seen in relation to suicide. It’s truly so simple, but so amazing and exceptional.

Now, expanding from there, I guess, I’ll speak a little more, on the good and the bad, and a little of myself, how it all relates to me. Not on this particular project, but people’s mental struggles in general, and what’s going on within society in general; though I can only speak from my experience, perspective, form my city, my state, my country; Australia.

As I said, I can only applaud project semi colon, everything thing it does, but it is only one project, only reaches one fraction of the people who need things like it. It’s a project from the roots; from the bottom up, however there needs to be more, going along the same metaphor, it needs to come from the canopy too, both working together.

In my experience, the most difficult thing is talking. There seems to be this perception that if you talk, reveal what lies behind the veneer of perfection that is expected to be put on you will be prosecuted by society. I generally tend to believe that its true. I think this comes from the notion of the “hard, rough, rugged, strong Aussie battler.” Although Australia supposedly has a good public health system that supports those who otherwise couldn’t in society, most of the homeless I see are there because of mental illness. They can’t find work, or are given an opportunity because they’re fragile or unstable. I myself would be in that boat, luckily my boss is a family friend (well, friends of the people who I call family, and are more family to me than anyone else) and supports me, nourishes me, gives me time of when I need it, hasn’t fired me because he listens, understands. Like I said, this notion of talking… admission of pain, struggles, an inability to cope is considered inherently wrong. So people just don’t. They keep it all within until they explode. Even admitting you have a psychologist effects your chances of success greatly. This is just oh so wrong. However, things are changing, albeit ever so slow. Although I still hear things along the lines of “you shouldn’t speak of such things” or “just toughen up, put on a smile, pretend you’re happy” progress has been made. Just last year, a prominent figure in society, a sporting star, came out, and not only admitted his depression, but the sporting team he played for supported him. He didn’t lose his job, now recovered, he still plays. This is a good start, the first time I’ve ever seen it happen, from the top down so to say. This alongside projects like semi colon, or even opportunities like this forum here, created by Sprite, to talk on such matters, have a safe place to express are also oh so important. So thank you Sprite, for initiating this, having the courage to speak a little on your own difficulties.


Now the other problem I see, and one that goes hand in hand with the first, is once you start speaking, a lot of things are revealed, and you yourself can kind of diminish your problem. Think it’s nothing compared to what others are going through. This sounds really true to me. Often I’ve been brushed of when I’ve tried to speak, express, I’ve heard things like “you’re just emotional…Weak” and been told to “just get over it.” After hearing it so often, from so many people as well as knowing the things others have gone through, I can’t help but to begin to believe it’s true. After all, others have dealt with so much, and they seem to be coping fine. Whereas me..me…I’ve never been raped, or physically abused, yet….yet at times I can’t even get out of bed, or need to self-medicate with things such as e or oxy just to numb the pain. I constantly fall in and out of depression, are so insecure, anxious in crowds, around people that I have very few friends. But why should I? after all, my issues pale compared to others. All that’s happened to me was being exiled from all of my family, due to my mother’s opinion of me, my personality…sexuality, got cheated on by a guy who I loved with all of my heart, every fibre of my being, his reason being; if you were prettier, I wouldn’t of had to and finally, after becoming another’s world, their sole dependence in life, being told by them that this is their final goodbye, that they can't...couldn’t anymore, and I unable to do anything about it, not even get a response…to find out hours later that she had killed herself. So yeah, idk, I still feel so stupid, and weak for not being able to cope, deal, and that’s a product of society, or me myself. Anyways, the point of all that is that, even when talking happens, there needs to be a fundamental understanding that the struggles that one is going through is as real to them as anything else. Not that one thing is more than another, because our perception is our perception, it isn’t either or, it just is.

Brining this to a close, thanks Rachel, for starting something such as this forum on Lush. My heart goes out to you, and I admire any and all who try to make a difference, be it an ear to listen, a shoulder to cry on, brining things to light, starting a project, or attempting to change the perception of society. Everything big and small makes a difference.


Topic Twitter Writing Challenge: 140 characters of sexyness
Posted 28 Sep 2016 11:09

Syncopated breathing, such harmony, heart beating, chest heaving, in love with this feeling. Toes curling, lost in waves after wave of bliss

Topic Announcing our Fetish Stories Competition
Posted 28 Sep 2016 08:15

Could the sound of a particular voice count as a fetish? Even if not..I don't know about all of you... but boy some vocalists get me wet.... ~blushes~


On a side note, Jack Daniels, and whiskey in general is both nice, and reminds me of that dancing doll story... which is much tastier... the one where you assume its a guy but its actually a girl

Topic Twitter Writing Challenge: 140 characters of sexyness
Posted 28 Sep 2016 00:44

Liz & Sprite, bare, blushing and wet, what a sight, fingers slip in, the feeling right, mews and moans, they cum, their joy echoing in the night,

140 characters...I'm pretty sure? in poetic prose & lush specific... twas super proud

Topic Is Sharia Law already in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK...should we worry...
Posted 28 Aug 2016 09:43

Om

Does anyone remember that was over 500 years ago and not really relevant to the reality of our current day and age as a great deal has changed over the course of those 500 years?

On the contrary it is very relevant and valid too I might add. And if not, why not? Are you suggesting it's not relevant or valid to this day an age because it is no longer how Christians act? If so, which I think is highly likely it proves the other point I made even more. This is because you said Religions (Muslim) and Societies (Islamic) can't change. Yet, oh my, did you just say Christianity/a vast part of western society did? A bit contradictory there I must say. Might want to rethink your logic there...

Topic Is Sharia Law already in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK...should we worry...
Posted 28 Aug 2016 09:30



I do not claim to be an expert with regard to Islam, rather I take the word of those who ARE, like the Saudi head cleric who has made it clear that ISIS is perfectly compatible with the teachings of Islam. And, others such as Salman Rushdi and those like him who are honest Muslims who have been willing to risk everything including their very lives in order to tell us the truth regarding Islam and it's goals. I've also listened to what Muslims in Muslim nations have had to say for years (as far back as 1948 with Abdul Nassir and right on up to today) and among the lessons I've learned in life that have helped me to survive to my current age is to take death threats and all who make them... SERIOUSLY! the calls for the "extermination of ALL infidel" have been strident and non stop... NOT 500 years ago... HERE, NOW and in the world we CURRENTLY live in.

As to your "cultural" argument, as I told Noll (who pointed out that a "reformation" of Islam is extremely unlikely) what needs to be realized is that we are all animals just like any other species and putting jackals in with domesticated dogs will NOT transform the jackals into domesticated animals. Islam IS their culture... and with it sharia law with all of it's intolerance, and sadistic brutality. Expecting them to leave it behind is like expecting a skunk not to stink.

I'm going to call you out again on this one, but other Religions can also be misconstrued and warped to promote Violence and many things that generally is frowned upon by humanity. Once more, I will use Christianity. Apologies Christians I'm not having a go at you, it is just the religion I am most familiar with. But look at the Old Testament, an eye for an eye and the such. If that part is pinpointed down, a counter terrorist group could just as easily be formed quoting exactly that to justify a holy war on Islam.

All in all, your "a jackal will be a jackal" comment is very flawed. As if it was, the Christian Holy wars would still be going to this day. Yet are they? Or how about the littering issue? The entire notion of recycling or even clean disposal of rubbish is not innate in humans on a basic level, yet most of us will properly dispose of our trash. People can change, and societies as a whole too. It just takes time, and patience, and discrimitive racial slandering such as your own does not help the cause.

Topic Is Sharia Law already in France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK...should we worry...
Posted 28 Aug 2016 08:46



The funny thing is I don't remember reading ANY stories about Christians screaming THIS IS FOR JESUS and attacking random people...

I'm not sure wether any said "THIS IS FOR JESUS" but does anyone remember the dark ages? How about the Holy Crusades? There was a lot of blood shed, pain and suffering during those times; All in the name of Christianity if I remember correctly?

I'm sorry wether that offended anyone, but I really feel that this point needs to be emphasised. "ISIS/ISIL" and Terrorism in general is not on Islam as a religion. It is just unfortunate that religion in general is a tool used for easy recruiting and indoctrination. Over the History of this planet this can be seen time and time again, to achieve underlying desires (Power, Land, Resources).

Some food for thought, that unfortunately I see very few touch on....

Topic Liz: A quick hello from the Scarlet Seductress
Posted 07 May 2016 09:56

I remember when you first came to lush liz. Instantly I was amazed by your writing, and have enjoyed almost every piece that has come since. Especially the poetry! And if you and sprite teamed up, it would be intrestign to see what cam of off it. Most definitely a force to be reckoned with

Topic Hardcore/Anal (Male Perspective)
Posted 28 Feb 2016 08:14

Oh and for those curious. The sub-genre of the "hardcore" most like will be rough sex, name calling, anal and perhaps chocking


Shamelessly plugging I'll admit, but help I need~