So, tell me...  

DefiniteTrouble 50F
2839 posts
8/22/2005 8:13 am

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So, tell me...

If we met and had an encounter, and I posted a blog in reference to our experiences, you remaining totally anonymous...would that turn you on?

rm_cumshoteyes 55M

8/22/2005 2:37 pm

I've been following your blog and I've come to the conclusion that whether its fact or fiction has absolutely no barring on its impact for me. Your prose is so GD hot and tasty that I feel as if it where to be consumed in pill form would make me an addict. Knowing that you write like this means you think like this. I truly believe the biggest sex organ human beings have is the brain and yours is the sexiest I've had the pleasure to know.

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/22/2005 3:09 pm

Very true. One must have these thoughts in their mind, fact or fiction, to be able to communicate them to others effectively. It appears I've touched the imagination of at least one with my words, so I'm off to a good start. I appreciate your comments greatly.

The next time I'm out your way, I owe you a drink.

TN_Bandido 51M

8/22/2005 4:05 pm

I would find an blog, about an encounter I was in............ totally hot. How sexy and sensual that would be, to read about something previously experienced. Especially if was written in as wonderful a way as you write. Your skill is amazing. Have you ever thought of submitting articles to Penthouse?????

dieharddrummerbo 54M

8/22/2005 8:43 pm

please, without question. we've all had our experiences, and memories of them. but to read about it from the perspective of such an incredible, sensual author such as yourself, would provide such an erotic experience that may even surpass the actual experience itself. probably even more so than a professionally produced video of the experience. true, the human brain is the most powerful sexual organ. all senses of all experiences originate, are controlled by, and expand from there. a question i've pondered for quite some time- which is more powerful, reality or imagination? as readers, all of your experiences, def, whether real or imagined by you, are imagined by us, as if they actually happened. they create a video in our minds that for me, at least, rival pretty much anything i've seen on video- except without the cheesy music, lol! gee, we should get together and imagine something sometime! okay, so i already started without you. sorry,lol!

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/22/2005 9:47 pm're so sweet. Enough people have mentioned my submitting an article to Penthouse lately, that I'm seriously considering it. Of course, I'd prefer to share the experience with someone, then write about it...maybe let him edit it. If he found something he wasn't sure about in the article, perhaps the length of time I actually sucked his cock, we could go back and do it over, lol.

Nice pic, btw...

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/23/2005 2:29 am

Diehard, if you'd like, I could add some cheesy background music, lol. And I agree, the brain is the most powerful sexual organ. There's nothing any sexier to me than an intelligent man with the ability to stimulate and motivate my own thought process, much less, well, you know. It's the things great erotic stories are based on.

I will always have the belief that imagination is much more powerful than reality. Imagination can take you places you've never been, nor may ever have the opportunity to visit.

Oh...please tell me you cleaned up after yourself, lol.

rm_nickkadams 50M
21 posts
8/24/2005 7:58 pm

I guess that it would be good for your ego to read someone writing about some incredible sex they had, and it was you. But what would be better to me that carving a notch in my bedpost, would be someone's detailed account of a mutual encounter. To find out what made it so great for them, the things that really stand out in their mind. The things they forgot, or maybe ommitted purposely. Did they exaggerate, embellish? Would it cause me to remember things I had forgotten as being insignificant. To be able to view something so intimate, experienced mutually, would be the great part. PS I can't really say that the brain is the most powerful sexual organ. Great sex is a total experience of all the senses, you can't plan it, reason it, cipher it, or make a blue print for it. You can't seperate your emotions from it, how can you have great sex without passion? You need to see that desire and hunger in your partner's eyes. It takes the whole package to have great sex, and your body will behave in ways that surprize you and you will experience it in ways you couldn't possibly imagine. How could someone describe that in words and it be better than actually experiencing it. Maybe for some people imaginary sex is a more powerful experience than it can be in reality, but it just doesn't compare to me. Passion can take you places that you could never imagine.

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/25/2005 5:59 am

Nick, I agree. To read a detailed account about a mutual encounter through the eyes of the other person is, or can be, very erotic. It also gives you more insight as to what your partner does/doesn't find sexually arousing. It can be an excellent tool for learning and improving future encounters. And yes, if the person writing about it was totally, unbelievably satisfied, it can be quite an ego booster.

The brain controls all our senses, correct? Touch, feel, taste, all originates in the brain. When someone passes by wearing that cologne "he" wore, the smell triggers responses in my head that stimulate each and every one of my senses. The thought process, of course, originates in the brain as well. I find intellectual stimulation most arousing. No, I don't mean conversations regarding molecular structures or anything too complex. Just the ability to sit down and dicuss topics of interest, whether it be sports, music, politics, past relationships, presents the opportunity to get to know the person better on a more intimate level, perhaps leading to a more intimate and open level of sex. So, I'd have to say, for me, and we all have our own opinions, yes, the brain is the most powerful sexual catalyst.

Passion: " express intense feeling...sexual desire...the state or capacity of being acted on by external agents or forces...ardent affection...a strong liking or desire for an activity, object, concept, or individual..." Just a few definitions I popped out of the dictionary. And yes, there MUST be passion. After all, this is the driving force behind mutually satisfying sex. Within a marriage or long-term relationship, loss of passion, for whatever reasons, is what leads to routine, bland, unsatisfying sex. You know, you just stick it in to get your nut. She just lays there without any emotion or expressed desire. Maybe he/she's unwilling to go outside the "norm" to explore and keep the passion ignited. However, just because the passion is no longer there, doesn't mean love no longer exists between the two of you. So, you look for other options to satisfy that vital, missing factor. Passion is a MUST in a FWB's often one of the emotions you're seeking most out of the relationship. Passion, sensualness, eroticism...not love.

And yes, it can take you to places you've never been...only fantasized about.

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/25/2005 6:02 am

Ok...this morning I'm starting to feel more like a sex therapist than the author of deliciously naughty tales, lol. Go figure. I need more java...

wayne340 69M

8/25/2005 3:33 pm

TURN ME ON ?? TURN ME ON !!!! If my being turned on was an oil spigot = Gas would be 12 cents a gallon !!!
Priests would ask: "Why are you Confessing, you're not Catholic?" My reply: "Heck, I'm telling EVERYBODY"
A Rabbi would say: "Drink the juice of seven lemons." I would ask if that would absolve me. "NO, but it might help wipe that grin off your face!!!"
********I Guess It Would Be O.K.*********

dieharddrummerbo 54M

8/25/2005 9:13 pm

so, doctor def, i've been having this problem with my latest relationship- with my computer. she seems to give me everything i'm looking for as far as providing stimulating conversation and ideas about sexual fantasies, which is great, but i always end up having to satisfy myself. "compy" as i affectionately call her, seems to immensely enjoy getting me aroused, but when i ask her for some physical interaction, all i get is this cold, two-dimensional stare, and i'm left with no choice but to take things in to my own hands- if you know what i mean. i explained to her that i needed our relationship to be more physical, and i waited patiently for, like, five minutes getting nothing but this silent, mechanical reaction, then she just shut down-went blank- nothing. my mind scrambled, what should i do? call 911? no, i can handle this, i thought. then i got this crazy idea that maybe she had some crazy fantasy about wanting to be taken forcefully. i heard about it somewhere, that some women have that fantasy, you know, not like i read it in one of those filthy magazines or anything, you understand. so i just grabbed her and turned her around and told her to shut up or i was going to hurt her( you know i really didn't mean it tho), and i shoved my manhood into her harddrive and her reaction really shocked me! no- litterally- i got an electrical charge that knocked me into the next room! guess that was a bad move, huh? and my-my manhood looked more like childhood-overcooked! now i can't even begin to think about turning her on. i'm afraid to touch her! should i tell her it's over and just hit happy hour at COMP-USA, hoping to meet another, or should i just swallow my pride and try to "re-boot" her, so to speak? i'm really at a loss here, doctor def! what should i do?

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/26/2005 3:53 am

LMFAO, Wayne...again, just hilarious. I'm Catholic. Have avoided confessional for many, many years. Can't imagine why...

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/26/2005 4:02 am

(spits coffee all over monitor) ROFLMFAO Diehard...and you think you don't have creative writing ability?

Maybe you should try a "laptop"...and I highly suggest you keep your manhood out of her harddrive, no matter how electrical it may feel at the moment. Sounds like she's a bitter, cold piece of machinery...may be due to years of "floppy" insertion by a previous interest.

Jory72 45M  
1420 posts
8/26/2005 1:06 pm

by all means, go ahead and write away. i know i for one would find it very exciting and erotic to hear a partner of mine write a blog about our experience. to know exactly what was going through her head at given moments would be very arousing, and a learning experience. then i would also find out exactly what she liked best and know what to make sure to repeat again the next time. i would love to get together with you and then read what you write about it.

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/26/2005 3:09 pm

Hmmm...nice profile Jory. It says you've never been outlasted by a woman orally. Does this mean giving or receiving? If it's receiving, you just haven't found the right woman with the talented capabilities or...I think the word he used was "gusto." lol...I hope you catch my next blog. The "gusto" comment will make more sense.

dieharddrummerbo 54M

8/27/2005 5:24 pm

gee, thanks, def. i'm glad you found my "problem" so entertaining! but the idea of a laptop is exciting. do they make one with the hardrive on the bottom? (i think i'm hooked on electricity. is that too weird? shh, don't tell anybody. thanks)

DefiniteTrouble 50F

8/27/2005 6:57 pm're more than entertaining. And no...haven't seen a laptop with the drive on the bottom...will keep my eyes open for one. (Whispers: Your secret electrical fetish remains safe with me...)

jonnyblong 55M

10/3/2005 2:14 am

DT, if we did treat ourselves to a encounter you'd have my blessings no matter the results. As the song goes can't please everybody just please yourself. I've enjoy your blogs about yourself and your friends, looking forward to being included as a friend of yours in life in blogland see ya neighbor lol

DefiniteTrouble 50F

10/7/2005 5:56 am

Thanks Jonny...look forward to your continued visits.

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