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General Discussion / Re: Heaven is a place on Earth
« on: May 03, 2011, 07:47:56 PM »
So is this double trouble???



I'm not a fan of spiders either, but it's good advertising isn't it??  I think the safe sex message hits home well with this one.  At least it's got a bit of grunt to it.

Amber, did you have the antz pantz ad in the US?  That was so bloody sexy....I know you don't like bugs, but the ad was so funny and sexy, it could convert eve bug phobes.  Honestly!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXZqGI9zW0Y

Christina  :)

Eeep!  Nope.  Don't like ants either.  Not even for a cute anteater.  I actually did get ants in my pants once.  I was a kid running through the woods as fast as I could when I rounded a tree and in my path was a giant anthill.  It covered the path, and was as high as my waist.  I couldn't avoid it.  Going too fast.  I did the best I could.  I planted a foot halfway up the hill and did an about face.  Unfortunately, many angry ants hitched a ride and quickly scrambled for flesh to bite.  Right up the pant leg.  I ran a bit away and then stripped off my pants, socks and shoes.  Fortunately, none of those vicious red-headed biting buggers made it very far up my leg.  They bit the hell out of my calf and ankle though.

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News, Current Events, and World Affairs / Re: Will & Kate
« on: May 03, 2011, 07:38:39 PM »
Will is nice, but Harry's the yummy one.  He just looks like he could be very naughty.

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General Discussion / Re: Heaven is a place on Earth
« on: April 15, 2011, 08:55:11 PM »
Grim Reaper is fine... just no bugs.  Remember?  I stripped off my clothes because I thought the spider that just fell on my head might still be on me.  Despite the fact that I could see a spider at my feet.  Remember my reasoning?  Because it might have been a decoy? 

I told you that story, right?


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General Discussion / Re: Heaven is a place on Earth
« on: April 15, 2011, 01:40:03 PM »
Eeeeeeek!!!  That picture gives me the creeps   /scared

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General Discussion / Re: Heaven is a place on Earth
« on: April 14, 2011, 12:49:22 PM »
New star signs?  Say it ain't so Smith!  He told me, and Google just confirmed that our star signs have shifted.  I was an aries, but the new system puts me in pisces.  I am so not pisces!  I'm like the anti-pisces.  I think it should stay the sign you were born under, don't you-all?  It's not my fault the freaking earth moved.  I blame Smith.  Too much world rocking since Mr Smith came to Washington.    /ROTFL    /rock

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Good advice, Christina.  And, ladies, I was a first-timer (in every sense of the words).  It took me a year on this forum, and a few phone calls, emails with him, and much encouragement from a very special couple of ladies on this forum to take the plunge. 

I'm glad I took my time.  I knew whoever I engaged would be my very first in so many ways (both in the companionship world and the real world).  This meant it was very important to me that I get it "right".  I was awfully nervous.  He was wonderfully good at soothing nerves.  We even tested my heart rate to prove it.  lol

I loved every minute and lived in those moments.  But, reality checks are necessary and, if done with understanding and appreciation in mind, they don't have to "lessen" the experience.

I agree with Christina, be sure of what you're looking for as you proceed.  Keep it within the bounds of fantasy and don't fall into the painful trap of hoping that fantasy follows you into your regular life.  These gentleman are a break for everyday humdrum.  This is them on their very best and accommodating behavior. 

Enjoy it.  It is a great thing.  An uncommon pleasure.  Ask for no more than that... and really isn't that enough?

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General Discussion / Re: Animals....
« on: April 07, 2011, 02:47:07 PM »
 /TF 

As per instruction... Never suggest I'm not an obedient patron    :)

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General Discussion / Re: Bye for a While Cdm
« on: April 06, 2011, 09:52:49 PM »
Totally bummed Bel!  I will really miss you around here.  I hope to see you back someday soon.  Take care bella Bel!

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General Discussion / Re: Avatar
« on: April 04, 2011, 11:56:57 PM »
All of my avatars have reflected what I felt fit "me" at that moment.  None of them are me.  I doubt I would use myself as my avatar.  I like pretty/sexy/dramatic pictures, and I don't think of any of those when I see a photo of myself.  Pictures and me go together like, photo paper and flames.  I tend to burn 'em.  LOL


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General Discussion / Re: Animals....
« on: April 04, 2011, 12:48:25 PM »
I'm gonna go with me as a snow fox.  'Cause I thrive in cold climes, I'm not aggressive, but I am protective.  And, I prefer small groups to large.  In my home, I blend in and fade into the background.  Outside of my home, I stand out.

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General Discussion / Re: Retirement
« on: April 03, 2011, 05:18:28 PM »
Holy cripes!  I very nearly wept bitter tears! TG it was an April Fools.  lol
Hmm.  Tap dancing stripper, in nothing but a bush hat.  Crazy idea you say?  But I say, with vegas you really never can tell what will take off (their clothes) and set the world en flambe (the mushrooms again).

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How-do, Cole 2.  Alas Cole 1... I hardly knew ye.
Amber

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Art and Entertainment / Re: Mad Libs anyone?
« on: March 20, 2011, 06:52:11 PM »
Wow!  What the heck was I smoking before that wedding?
 /ROTFL

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Listmania! / Re: Top 'quirks'
« on: March 20, 2011, 06:50:04 PM »
I can agree with both Kin and Annette, on this one.  I know what an unstable home life is like and agree that compassion can go a long way.  On the other hand, I took a day class at the community college, and I have to say, it made me reconsider teachers being allowed to paddle the children.  They were just so snarky and full of themselves, I wanted to smack them.  They poisoned the whole atmosphere of the class, exhausted and irritated the teacher. 

Here's my view on kids, and it is a bit of quirk, since I don't see many other people exhibiting this viewpoint.  Kids are young people.

There.  That's it.  They are no more or less deserving of courtesy then me.  I treat them with respect and in turn expect the same, or I simply won't be around them.

I'm an advocate for a children's bill of rights.  The laws in place to protect children favor the ownership rights of their parents.  Children as chattel is a horrendous concept to me, and yet is still supported by laws made when many people were chattel.

I think it's a crying shame that if I abuse my dog, they can take the dog away from me and place it in a loving and recuperative home.  But, a child will be sent back to their abuser over and over again, provided the abuser wants the child back.

I'm also a huge fan of manners.  I will correct young people around me, even if they aren't mine or my family's.  I'll risk some parents ire, and just go ahead and do it.  And kids like me.  They don't think I'm mean or awful.  When they speak I listen, and when I'm speaking they listen.  I expect please and thank you, and I give the same. 

However, even if the child has had a hard time of it, I'm still going to expect manners towards me and others.  The people who hurt the child may not be deserving of courtesy, but that doesn't mean the rest of the world will eat shit, just because the child was forced to.  Right, wrong?  I don't know, but I do know that the life of the child will go a lot easier if they have good manners.  I do them a disservice if I allow my compassion for their pain to overwhelm what is a necessary and highly beneficial social skill.  After all, I can show compassion in lots of ways, without having to excuse bad behavior.

Annette, kids are a passionate issue for me, too.  If I had the means, I would be a child advocate full time.  You are clearly a loving mother and have made the effort to help your kids have their best foot forward in life.  You deserve to feel proud of them.  I've noticed that well-mannered, secure children tend to have friends that are well-mannered, and/or they are leaders and their friends follow their good example.  You've done a good job, in what is increasingly a difficult world.

~Amber

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Travel and Leisure / Re: So what's on your menu this week?
« on: March 20, 2011, 06:26:50 PM »
Chicken Enchilada

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