What is in a name?  

Elvira_Madigan 47F
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2/28/2006 6:26 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

What is in a name?

Is your name sexy? Mine isn’t. My name is long and flowery and formal. The short-form for my name isn’t sexy either…it’s cute. Sometimes I think my mother chose a non-sexy name for me deliberately. It matched her Victorian notions about sex. I have had men tell me that they simply can’t say my name in the throws of passion because it kills the mood. Instead, they call me baby or sweetie or other generic names.

Think about it if you are choosing names for your children. Give them a name that will work for them throughout their life…one that will work for a baby or for a senior citizen…one that their partner will be excited to scream at the height of their orgasm.

Last Sunday a good friend of mine celebrated her 52nd birthday. She and her husband are in the process of getting a divorce. Since she will soon be living on her own for the first time in over 30 years I decided I should get her a practical birthday gift. I bought her her first-ever personal vibrator. I got her one of the really good ones…a jack rabbit…battery operated…a nice big one…anatomically correct…with a clit stimulator…and those wonderful swirling beads. At first she was embarrassed but she soon grew to embrace the whole idea. Today I asked her if she had named her vibrator yet. “It’s important to name your vibrator”, I explained, “so you can scream out its name in gratitude…and believe me, you will be grateful for the service it will provide”.

She thought about a few names…perhaps name it after a celebrity. Should she name it Bruce Willis or Mel Gibson (personally I would have gone for Richard Gere)? As we drove along she tried each name out. First she screamed “Bruce”….then she started to giggle. Bruce is the name of her real estate agent…and her soon-to-be ex-husband is already suspicious of him. No…it wouldn’t do to scream out “Bruce” while barricaded in the bedroom. It would have to be Mel. She tried screaming “Mel” but poor old Mel Gibson had a mother like I did (must be the Catholic thing). She gave him a name that only suits an old uncle. Then it occurred to her. She took a deep breath and screamed “Braveheart!”. Her new vibrator now had a name.

She admitted that her main worry about owning her wonderful new vibrator is what will people think when she dies and her family discovers it among her personal possessions. We worked out the details of that one. The vibrator will be stored in a locked box. She plans to amend her will so that the locked box and its contents will be left to me (she assumes I will outlive her). The locked box will have two keys. I get one and she keeps one. Her key will be stored in her Braveheart DVD case…I inherit the DVD too. Not sure what I’ll do with that used vibrator when I get it. Perhaps I’ll have it bronzed…a tribute to the freedom that comes with age. “Braveheart!”

rm_goddess1946 106F
13518 posts
3/3/2006 8:28 pm

It is VERY important to name your vibrator, Goddess agrees!

After my divorce, the first thing I did was order a vibrator...
named it Adam...he eventually died...named the next one Adam Jr.
...and frankly, I killed him too ......the joys of new found
freedom of a sort!
.........................Braveheart works! well, hopefully

Just a little food for thought.............
If you really want to be happy, nobody can stop you...

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