Sultry Summer  

CuriousKitty675 41F
285 posts
6/26/2005 3:31 pm

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Sultry Summer

What is it about the heat and sultriness of summer that sends urges and cravings through the roof? It makes desires wanton and dreams illicit. The mind works in fantastical ways, sneaking in daydreams when you least expect it and leaving you with a flushed face and flustered feeling at the most inopportune times.

I've reined in my passions for years. Me, a very sensual and passionate person. I've lived a very monastic life and gladly so. But it is days like this that send the temptation of incubi to taunt a soul.

When is Fall again?

CuteAZguy27 39M
1545 posts
6/28/2005 11:43 pm

I honestly don't know why the heat does this to us, gives us uncontrolable daydreams as the heat drives most of us a step higher and beyond being just horny. Its so crazy

....and just for the record...i had to look up the word incubi, in the dictionary lol and for those who are blond like myself *Cough-Cough* The definition reads as follows : An evil spirit supposed to descend upon and have sexual intercourse with women as they sleep. Excellent thoughts, keep it blogging girl .


(Juan S)
2642 posts
6/30/2005 10:29 pm

Ah, but Fall can be just as Bad. walking hand in hand as the cool tempertures blows around you, kicking leaves in the park, sharing a sweater cuddle.
Winter- OMG, cuddling by the fireplace, sipping hot apple cider, making love on a bear skin rug, throwing snowballs at each other, sharing the hottest kiss on earth while falling in the snow together, making snow angels. Summer may make the heat seem hotter, but the other months make you miss ...everything. Oops, I'm sorry, we were talking about summer making us hornier. LOL. Yeah, it does do that doesn't it.

Priapeo 46M

7/13/2005 1:17 am

They called Autumn "fall" because after a whole Summer trying to rein their passions some people give up.

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