TMI Tuesday – Longing and Insults

1. What is the last song you sang?

If we are talking song sung in public – not going to happen ever. I am not even a fan of karaoke. Singing in the car to the radio? All the time if I am by myself or with my daughter. Our favourite songs to have a good old sing along to are, in no particular order;

Blue Monday – Orgy

Another favourite is Prairie Hotel Parachilna. A little out of the box but one of my favourite songs.

2. What place are you longing to visit?

Mr Jones and I are planning a six month, round Australia Odyssey in 2021. We will be towing a caravan in true “Grey Nomad” style. We completed a similar trip in 2010 with our two children and this journey is to re-visit some favourite places and to explore some that we missed last time. The song, Prairie Hotel Parachilna, evokes strong feelings about the areas around the Flinders Ranges. It is a place where you can literally see the age of the planet. There is a very significant geological site there that dates back 635 million years.

As John Williamson’s song says “A land so old and fragile its bones are poking through”. Who wouldn’t want to go there and feel the age of the Earth?

3. Tell us about the last time you were insulted?

I wrote a post about this very recently. You can read about it here. This was probably one of the most insulting things I have had directed at me in recent times. Apart from the usual stuff that children fling at you. But hey. That is their job right?

4. When was the last time you hung out with anyone not in your immediate household? What did you do?

Mr Jones and I recently returned from a visit to some very long term family friends. They live in a small city about four hours’ drive north of us. A visit to these people always involves some great home cooked meals. We also took some time to visit a very unique craft store that is situated in an old bakery that dates back over 100 years. The ovens are still in place, if not in use. I could have spent quite a bit of money there but was restrained.

5. Fill in the blank: I spend a lot of hours _____ .

Apart from work at the moment I spend a lot of hours reading other blogs and working on this one. Which is giving me great joy. My other time muncher at the moment is sewing which also gives me great joy.

Bonus: Which is worse–smelly feet or smelly breath?

I love these conundrums! Going to go with smelly breath. There is no way to escape that one. Smelly feet you can always put socks or shoes on to cover up the smell. Although you won’t be having sex with me if you have your socks on!

Bonus Bonus: I have been spending a lot of time recently looking back through old stuff and thought I should share this image with you because I like it!

TMI Tuesday – Human Nature

1. What do you think are the best and worst parts of human nature?

So I had this moment of being funny and spent way too much time looking up Human Nature videos. This is the one I liked the most.

In all seriousness he worst part of human nature is to be violent. Deliberately hurting a person for your own selfish reason is the lowest act a human can commit.

The thing that impresses the hell out of me about humans is our ingenuity. I am constantly impressed about how humans built amazing structures like the pyramids with a tiny amount of technology. It sometimes saddens me that we are starting to lose that ability

2. What is something terrifying that you have come to accept as a fact of life?

I am currently teaching a class some stuff about communicable diseases. We have been researching illnesses that are currently on the schedule for childhood vaccination in Australia. Diseases like measles, whooping cough and polio. With the world coming out of lockdown because of a virus the thing that terrifies me is that there are people in the world who think that vaccines are not that important or worse, that their choice to deliberately avoid vaccinating their children is a choice that only affects them.

3. What piece of media (book, movie, TV show, etc.) changed the way you viewed the world? How?

As a child I was an avid watcher of a Nature Documentary presenter called Harry Butler. He was kind of like a combination of Steve Irwin and Sir David Attenborough. I am also a huge David Attenborough fan but Harry was the first person to open my eyes to the wonder of the natural world. Being Australian he taught me about the plants and animals that lived in my own back yard. To this day I would rather explore all of the remote parts of my own country than get on a plane and spend 24 hours travelling to the Northern Hemisphere to jostle with a million other people to look at some statue.

Harry Butler: Conservationist dies of cancer in Perth aged 85 ...

4. You must pick one:

– Facebook or Twitter?

If I had to choose it would be Twitter. As long as I get to avoid people who insist on posting their opinion on American politics.

– Cake or Pie?

Cake every time. Unless we are talking Banoffee pie because Yum!

– Swimming or Sunbathing?

Swimming, I have extremely white skin (thanks to my Irish ancestors) so sunbathing is not really something I do very often. Swimming in the ocean is fun though.

I really miss the yacht….

– Nice Car or Nice Home Interior?

I really suck at making decisions. When I first read this one I was totally all about a nice home. Now I am not sure. I think not so much a designer home interior but definitely I like having a tidy, functional home.

Bonus: If pressing a button meant you received 5 million dollars (usd) but it also killed 5 people somewhere in the world, would you press it?

No! I can’t even imagine that anyone would!

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What is it?

It is TMI Tuesday! Make sure you check out the other participants. But not before you read mine!

First things first. What is this? Put your suggestions in the comments!

So the consensus here from girl child, and boy child that it is a belt coiled around itself. I am not entirely convinced. But I don’t have a better suggestion. So on to the questions.

1. What is your phone screensaver at the moment?

I took this image last year when Mr Jones and I visited the Whitsundays on our yacht with the girl child. This was taken on the Northern end of Whitehaven beach. The opposite end to where the tourists go! On the day we visited the weather wasn’t great which made great light for an interesting shot but didn’t show up the famed white sand.

2. What is currently on your playlist? (list top 5)

  • Prairie Hotel Parachilna – John Williamson
  • Blue Monday – Orgy
  • Dance Monkey – Tones and I
  • Sucker for Pain- Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons
  • all the good girls go to hell – Billie Eilish

3. What are your last three internet searches?

TMI Tuesday, When and how to wear face masks to prevent Covid-19, and I honestly can’t remember the rest of it.

4. What is your favorite sandwich filling?

What a question! Are we talking toasting? Or just a regular sandwhich?

Toastie – you can’t go past cheese. Something about the melted cheese oozing that is amazing. You can add ham if you like but really it is all about the cheese.

Regular sandwhich – depends on the day, what is in the fridge. A bunch of things. Some fillings that spring to mind are salad and Vegemite, and pulled pork with coleslaw.

Something that you really can’t go past is an old fashioned steak sandwhich. I am not sure if this is something that other countries have but you can’t go past a well constructed steak sandwhich. As well as perfectly cooked rib fillet steak there has to be egg, caramelised onion, BBQ sauce and beetroot! Without those ingredients it is not a steak sandwhich.

5. What is one staple item all men should own?

Mr A will be proud of this statement.

A pair of jeans that fit well. There is something about a man in jeans that fit properly. The way they hug his ass. Yum yum. I am absolutely an ass girl.

Bonus: If you couldn’t be convicted of any one type of crime, what criminal charge would you like to be immune to?

Being nude in public. I would love to be able to be immune to get arrested for flashing in public. Because nudity rocks.

TMI Tuesday – Back from Beyond

After a hiatus of a couple of weeks TMI is back! And better than ever!

1. The best part of your job is _____ .

The students. Even the annoying ones. Nothing beats the rush of seeing a student succeed. Or seeing a student finally, finally FINALLY, gets it or finally, finally, FINALLY following your instructions.

Last week I had two such moments. The first one was a student, who I have taught for two and a half years, persist through a task even though the initial reward I offered had been won by other students. Maths is not his strong suit, he has overcome some challenging circumstances and improved his attendance. He is growing into a young man who is almost ready to graduate successfully. I will cry at his graduation.

The second was another young man who I have just started teaching this year. He is a basket baller and a protégée of my work child. Until last week he seemed terrified of me. For some reason last week it came to his attention that the teacher he idolises is actually friends with me. Suddenly I was cool and he is talking to me! Weird thing to get excited about I know.

2. My favorite quote is _____ .

“Such is Life”

Made by Ned Kelly, an Australian folk hero. Interestingly he was also a criminal. He made the above statement as he went to the gallows in 1880. The modern version of this quote is “It is what it is” which is something I say a lot.

3. The best part of my day is _____ .

Getting in to bed at night. Sinking down into the mattress, feeling the day ease away and snuggling under the doona.

4. What is the hardest part of your job? How do you deal with it?

The parents. The vast majority of kid’s behavior problems, stem directly from parenting. If a kid is spouting some weird idea that sounds very un-teenager like you can bet your bottom dollar they heard it at home.

Ignoring some of the stuff they say/ do is one way of dealing with it. Another way I deal with difficult parents is politely and tactfully and then going and banging my head against the wall when they aren’t looking.

5. You must write a “how to guide” about something for which you have expertise. What is this guide about or tell us the title?

I am going out on a limb and saying giving oral sex. The title of my guide would be “The Best Things to do with Your Mouth That Don’t Involve Words”

Bonus: What would you name your boat?

Mr Jones has owned several boats over our time together. The most memorable one was “Imagination”. We didn’t name this one. The one with the best name was “Gemma” we definitely named her!

Bonus Bonus: A picture taken on board “Imagination”

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TMI Tuesday – Misbehaving

Time for another round of TMI Tuesday

1. How replaceable are you?

An interesting question. My children are almost adults now so they are able to organise basic, everyday stuff like feeding themselves and getting themselves out of bed and to work in the morning. So as a day to day carer of my children I am essential obsolete.

As a teacher of course there are a million other teachers out there so not that difficult to replace. Perhaps one who is passionate about making Maths accessible to students who many have given up on is not as easy.

As a wife of course absolutely irreplaceable. No one else would be able to put up with Mr Jones.

2. Does jealously have value in driving humans to improve themselves or is it a purely negative emotion?

Jealousy is a very misunderstood emotion. Definitely negative definitely destructive but perhaps the most destructive thing about it is the fact that most people don’t realise it stems from fear. In a relationship jealousy is mostly about being afraid that you will lose your partner. Of course this is usually an irrational fear but so is being afraid of spiders!

3. A section of your life’s memories needs to be erased, which era will you elect to have erased?
a. childhood memories – age 3 to 12
b. teen and young adult years – age 13 to 23
c. adult – age 24 to 35

Being a teenager and a young adult really sucked for me. I met Mr Jones at age 25 so I definitely don’t want to erase that. He opened my mind and heart to a lot of stuff, including the world of non-monogamy.

Childhood was very different from most childhoods. I lived on a cattle property and I was homeschooled. My days were filled with a small amount of school, horses and a lot of freedom. Both physical and mental.

Maybe that is why I struggled so much as a teenager.

4. With no laws or rules to influence your behavior, how do you think you would behave?

Honestly I am not sure I would cope with no rules. I get really annoyed when I see students flaunting not wearing the right uniform. Which I kind of says a lot about my love of law and order.

Seriously though I am not sure, I would be glad to not have to obey stupid rules like having to wear business clothing to work and having to pretend that monogamy is the way I live. But being nice to people and living in an ordered polite society is something I couldn’t live without.

5. Does anonymity encourage people to misbehave or does it reveal how people would choose to act all the time if they could?

I think the latter. Hiding behind a screen gives people a feeling of being invincible. It allows the worst out in them because there is no obvious consequence for their actions.

Bonus: In the time of coronavirus pandemic, what are you rocking–homemade face covering or manufactured mask?

So at this point there is officially no community transmission of Covid-19 in my state. The only cases of Covid-19 that have been detected are from people returning from overseas.

Because of, or perhaps despite what is happening in the rest of the world wearing of masks is not common in Australia. Offical government advice states that wearing of masks is only necessary to prevent an infected person from spreading the virus. Given that and social distancing we don’t appear to have a need for masks.

So no mask for me.

Bonus Bonus: My post for Food 4 Thought last week featured a photo captured by a play friend. Here is another image taken during the same session

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TMI Tuesday – Show and Tell Time

1. What time of the day do you feel the most energetic and what do you usually do in those moments?

I am a morning person through and through. It comes from growing up on a farm. As a teenager and young adult I found it impossible to sleep past around 6am. These days I find it easier and am more like most people who struggle to get out of bed before the sun is well and truly up. However I am absolutely one of those people who is fully functioning as soon as my feet hit the deck. At this time of the day I do all sorts, some form of exercise, writing, and even on occasions like today some baking.

2. What’s the coolest thing about your life?

There are many cool things about my life. One of them is that I work because I choose to. Teaching is hard and stressful and sometimes it feels as if you are banging your head against a wall. Actually most times it feels that way. But there are moments when you see kids being excellent and it suddenly becomes worth it.

I have a line manager who I have had a difficult history with. She has publicly and aggressively attacked my professionalism and knowledge more than once. The most liberating thing about my life? The moment I realised that I could leave any time I chose to. That there was no pressing financial or other reason for me to stay in a job if I felt it was crushing my soul. Once I had that realisation suddenly all of my manager’s issues became insignificant and my job became so much better.

3. When are you most yourself?

Hard question. I feel most free and honest when I am playing with my lover. In that space there is no emotional baggage, no need to forgive any hurts or deal with mundane every day things. It is also the space when I feel the most attractive and desirable.

When I was pole dancing there were a lot of times when I also felt this way. It is one of the reasons why I grieved so much when that environment was lost and why I have been so indecisive about finding another studio. What if they don’t like me there? What if I don’t fit in?

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4. Would you rather be an ugly genius or a hot moron?

It is hard to choose between these absolutes! Beauty is fleeting and also in the eye of the beholder. Genius is something that is so rare and extraordinary that it is noticed as much as beauty. At least that is what I would like to think. In all honesty The thing I would most like to be is ordinary. Ordinary people fade into the background and are always over looked.

5. Would you abandon your phone, internet, family, and friends for three months for a prize of 1 million dollars?

I have said many times recently that I would like to become a hermit. I had a conversation with someone who is much smarter than me about this and he told me some things about the reality of it. That was confronting. I am not as convinced now that it would be the Utopia that I imagine it to be.

Bonus: If you could wave a magic wand right now and have your life be perfect, what would that new life look like?

The possibilities are endless really. A perfect life would involve a larger house with a studio space for my sewing. Also maybe a fully equipped play space that is occupied regularly by some attentive skilled lovers would also be nice. Actually that would be a key part of the perfect life.

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TMI Tuesday – Happy New Year

This week’s questions seemed to take me in a trip down memory lane. I enjoyed reminiscing, I hope you enjoy my answers. As alway pleas make sure you visit TMI Tuesday and see what other participants are revealing this week.

1. What is the most useless thing you know how to do?

Make sand castles! In our family we build sand castles at every beach we visit. We have visited many beaches, in every state of Australia and in some Pacific countries. One of the coolest applications of this skill was helping a Japanese exchange student we had visiting us to experience the joy of building a sand castle.

2. Do you use sex to relieve stress? How?

I tend to find that sex when I am stressed is not usually that great. So I don’t tend to go there. I do sometimes masturbate if I am suffering from insomnia. Sometimes it helps me sleep. Sometimes it doesn’t.

3. What sex act or position did not thrill you until you tried it?

I have a bit of OCD about clean hands and skin so having bodily about bodily fluid on me is not something I am very keen on. As a result I was always a bit weird about cum on me. But once, to humour Mr Jones, who has a fetish for cum, I encouraged a man to cum on me while I was fucking Mr Jones. It turns out in the heat and excitement of sex I am actually really turned on by men cumming on my belly and my breasts. I don’t think I will put my hand up for a bukakke party any time soon but a load or two is pretty hot. Just not on my face.

4. What is the most unusual but fun sexual encounter you have had?

Once a very long time ago, in about 2012, I had an encounter with someone I met on the internet. I was very new to meeting people alone and when I agreed to meet this man for coffee I didn’t plan to do anything sexual. Despite this we found ourselves in the change room of the men’s department in a nearby Myers store. If you are interested in the entire story it can be read here.

For the record I am still friends with the man in question and we still reminisce about that spontaneous day.

5. What is something that can happen in the middle of sex that will make you put your pants on and walk out?

Mr Jones have been known to do this on occasion. The thing most likely to trigger this is any kind of conflict between the couple we are with. Sometimes, more often than you realise, couples THINK they are in to swapping partners but then they get into the heat of the moment and they realise that they actually don’t like seeing their partner with their cock in another woman’s mouth or with their hands on an other man’s junk and things get very weird and tense. This is usually about the time we put our pants on and make a hasty retreat.

Bonus: What was a random compliment that someone gave you that really stuck in your memory?

Once we were at a club and we were naked with another couple. A guy who was working at the bar was making his way back from a cigarette break and he stopped in to tell me I had a nice rack. It wasn’t an entirely appropriate intrusion into our play space and he was taking advantage of his employment to invade spaces that should have been kept private but at the time I was less confident in my body than I am now and I was very happy to be told by a random stranger that he enjoyed my breasts.

Bonus bonus a picture of my rack that I too last night

TMI Tuesday – The Final Countdown

I tried to insert the video to Europe’s “The Final Countdown” but the iPad is not cooperating. Anywhoo on to the questions;

In 2019 did you;

1. Get a new job?

Not really. I am still teaching pretty much the same subjects at the same school. I did take on a new role supporting indigenous students which is not as glamorous or as hard hitting as it sounds but it was interesting nonetheless. I hope I made a small difference to at least one student and will build on that in the coming year.

2. Get s new haircut?

My hair is still long as it has always been but this year I inserted an undercut and a small section on the side of my head is now shaved as well. I also changed colour. For many years I have had red or sometimes violet but earlier this year I changed to black. I actually liked it however I am currently growing out all of the colour I have going on because I am planning to be travelling for most of 2021 and need a hairstyle that doesn’t require maintenance. So bye bye colour.

3. Get a new car?

No. There has been much discussion relating to cars in our house over the last few years. “My” car is a Mazda RX8 that is relatively expensive to run (although it is fun to drive 😁). I also have a car that I share with my son that is considerably cheaper to run. The day is coming when he will buy me out and I will no longer have access to this one, then we may have to actually make a decision about getting a car for me to drive that is not so expensive.

4. Move?

No. Our current house is pretty much perfect for us. Good location, very big back yard and quite comfortable in size. That and some other financial reasons mean we will be staying here for the foreseeable future.

5. Get a new romantic partner?

I am in a marriage that has chalked up 21 years of life and is still going strong. I can’t see myself going anywhere soon.

6. Have a kid?

Nope, nope, NOPE!!!

One of the things I seem to say a lot these days when I am observing other people struggling with their younger children is “I am glad I don’t have little kids anymore” and I am. I didn’t hate having my own children as babies, toddlers or otherwise. I have been fortunate that adolescence was relatively peaceful in our house but that doesn’t mean I want to do it again.

7. Take up a new hobby?

I did take up an extension of my beloved pole dancing, exotic floorplay which looks something like this;

It is challenging and sometimes quite painful but I hope to continue with it in 2020

In 2020 will you;

1. Get a new job?

No. My daughter attends the school I teach at so I will be there until she graduates at the end of 2020. After that I may have a look around at other opportunities.

2. Get a new car?

Probably not given the situation I already spoke about. But you never know.

3. Take a risk?

I asked Mr Jones about this as I couldn’t think of anything. He says that I take a risk every time I tweet or write here. I am careful about my work colleagues stumbling across this blog or probably worse, finding me on a dating website or a club. While we are living in the 21st century there are probably a lot of parents out there who would not be happy that a person teaching their child does not have the same ideas about monogamy that they do.

Bonus: What will be important to you in 2020, that wasn’t important in 2019?

This sounds like an alternative question to “what is your New Year’s resolution?” Something I suck at. So I don’t really have an answer to this one either.

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TMI Tuesday – Late Edition

Last week was not my finest hour. I said some stuff and did some stuff and a lot of it was not pretty. The outcome of some of it was confronting as I outlined in one of the posts I did manage to make. Despite committing to myself to post TMI consistently, it fell by the wayside. So this week you get catch-up TMI AND regular TMI.

November 12

1. Do you think taking a break in a relationship works? Have you taken a break? Why do you say it worked or did not work?

Personally no I don’t think it works. Taking a break from an argument to cool down and consider what has been said is a good idea in theory but often hard to do in practise because of the emotions involved. But having a break where you don’t see each other or you are free to see other people willy nilly. Nope. Just nope. At best nothing is getting resolved and at worst you have created a whole other mountain of stuff to work through.

I have not tried it with Mr Jones. I have in previous relationships and they didn’t work. I was very young so that may have been part of the problem but also I may have learned from the experience.

2. What is your ideal “break” in a relationship:

a. we stay monogamous but relax expectations on each other and each other’s time

b. we can see/date other people

c. we can take time to explore sex with other people

d. take a break but there is no discussion about seeing other people

For Mr Jones and I none of the above would be a break as such. We already see other people in a fully ethical and consensual way. In the past a break is a break from non-monogamy to focus strongly on each other and spend time together to get our primary relationship back on track.

3. Currently, how many healthy relationships do you have? How many unhealthy or toxic relationships do you have?

One healthy marriage. Two healthy relationships with my children. A relationship with my mother that could be toxic if I don’t keep my guard up and a very new sexual relationship with my John Barrowman look alike that is open honest and shows great promise as a sexual friendship. Definitely no romance.

4. Are there limits to your sexual creativity?

I guess there is. Sometimes I don’t have the mental capacity to be creative and I just want to fuck in a few basic positions. Other times I am all over trying different stuff.

5. What one item in this life do you want to take to the afterlife? (For the purposes of this questions just assume there IS an afterlife).

I don’t really have an answer to that one. I can’t think of an item that I couldn’t leave behind.

Bonus: What life-altering thing should every human ideally get to experience at least once in their life?

I am going to go out on a limb here and say taking your clothes off seductively in front of people you don’t know very well if at all. Over the last eight or so years I have been fortunate enough to do this and also witness other women doing it in a loving supportive environment. It is liberating and it teaches you that there is someone out there who appreciates every body type. There is someone who thinks you are hot no matter how old, fat, skinny, young, saggy, lumpy, bumpy you are.

Sexy is not entirely how you look it is confidence.

These questions were posted on 12 November at TMI Tuesday. As always I encourage you to head on over and see what everyone else had to say.

Flashback TMI Tuesday

This week’s TMI questions are a flashback from August 2011. Back then I had been posting on Erotic Adventures for less than a year. I hadn’t discovered the goodness of TMI Tuesday. In the interest of the flashback I thought I would share a post from back then from when in my naivety I discovered the concept of a Fucket list. Reading this post I can’t help but think how wide eyed and innocent I was back then.

And so on with the questions;

1. You have been separated from your significant other for six months. An attractive, attentive neighbor has paid you flattering attention. It is obvious he/she wishes to take the relationship further. Do you:
a. Dismiss him/her, you’re in a committed relationship.
b. Continue to flirt, but go no further.
c. Fantasize about him/her, but take care of your sexual needs solo.
d. Let the affair become physical.

So given that I have sexual relationships with other attractive people with the full knowledge and consent of my husband I am thinking the answer would very firmly be (d). Having said that I definitely don’t have any attractive neighbours. So I can’t ever seeing this being an issue.

2. A male co-worker whom you have heard is great in bed and very well endowed has been flirting with you a lot. He obviously wishes to start a relationship. Do you:
(This question is for women AND men).
a. Make it clear to him you’re not interested.
b. Flirt with him but go no further
c. Mentally undress him and wonder what he’d be like in bed.
d. Let the relationship become sexual.

Interestingly I was informed by a co-worker once that he has a PHD (pretty huge dick). This particular guy is my work child. I am old enough to be his mother and I act like his mother. So despite his attractiveness I am left with (c) because there ain’t no flirting there. He is fairly open about his sexual exploits and despite an admirable volume they are all pretty vanilla. So he can keep his PHD to himself.

3. Your significant other is impotent most of the time, showing little interest in you and little interest in being sexual. Do you:
a. Resign yourself to no sex.
b. Satisfy your needs with masturbation
c. Find someone who can satisfy you sexually but remain with your significant other
d. Leave him or her

So the answer to this is kind of the same as the first one. Mr Jones is definitely not impotent but his interest in sex is less than it used to be. As I have been pretty open about I am actively engaged in sex with other people. As long as it doesn’t really interfere with my marriage.

4. The last time you and your mate had sex, were you:
a. Concentrating mostly on him/her, and you didn’t even orgasm
b. Thinking about your pleasure and theirs.
c. Concentrating mainly on your own pleasure.
d. Used his/her body as a tool to reach your own orgasm.

So I had an experience last week that was very unsatisfactory. I met a new play friend for the second time. At this point in time I was not entirely sure of a lot of things. Things like, how long he was able to hang with me before he was expected to head home, how long he was able to fuck before cumming, and recovery time. All things I should have a better idea of really.

Things did not go according to my plan. So I found myself heading home after just under an hour. I was very unhappy about this turn of events but looking back I should have been a bit more switched on and paced myself. My headspace is not that great at the moment which was probably a contributing factor. When I got home there wasn’t the usual re-union sexual experience and I went to sleep annoyed and unsatisfied. I found myself awake in the middle of the night rectifying the situation in a serviceable but not really satisfying way.

5. What kind of partner do you prefer while making love or having sex?
a. Tender, loving, slow and sweeet
b. I don’t care, just do me; it’s been a while
c. Tough, take-charge, I like it a little rough
d. Any lovin’ is good lovin’

My personal preference is for (c). When I have the chance to relax and be in a safe space I like to fuck and I like to fuck a lot. I really like to be seduced and taken.

Bonus: There is no official bonus this week but In the spirit of Nero of Nero Speaks I am adding my own bonus image from my camera roll. Because it is my blog and I can. So in the spirit of the flashback

This is an image taken quite a while ago during an experience of being a dessert on a bar in a swingers club. I was definitely an experience worth remembering.

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