Hot Off the Crapper!  

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1/2/2006 11:50 pm

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Hot Off the Crapper!

This image is the usual colored pencil and colored sharpie kwik sketch drawn whilst disposing of unwanted bodily waste matter.

I have not been including enough of these in my blog and I initially intended to display a new one each day.

OK, there be it. An honest to whatever-the-creative-force-is-within-us-all Toilet Seat Masterpiece. My first for 2006.


PS - If you didn't exactly catch my drift there I do my best to never use that overused and quite "loaded" 'G-word'.


rm_corezon 53F
3376 posts
1/3/2006 9:07 am

Just came by to say hi and Happy New Year...

Interesting subject know at first I thought I'd somehow stumbled upon ReticentDevil's blog instead and was, what a...change....

then I realized YUP...I am definitely on KC's!!!

silkysmoothlegs3 105F

1/3/2006 1:01 pm

Told ya not to post my pic


1/3/2006 3:35 pm

Hey Corezon,

yeah well RecitentDebble stole the whole idea from me just joking.

I guess most of RD's stuff leans more towards formalist fine art whereas mine might almost be a little bit leaning in the ol' cheesecake /pinup tradition. Despite the fact that I have a formalist fine arts background.

You have to be careful about spending a lot of time and effort drawing beautiful naked women. It has been known to have far reaching effects that go well beyond your current earthly existence.

It relates to the "zen of golf". Jack Nicklaus (not Nicholson) used to use the phrase "be the ball". So it naturally follows that when you are drawing a beautiful naked woman in effect you are "being" her.

Not that there is anythimg inherently wrong with that.

The physical form that you end up taking during a particular lifetime has much more to do with the ways that you previsualized yourself before you ever became physical. Most do not recall doing this but that's actually part of how we all designed this "getting physical". act. The "forgetting" is itself deliberate.

As the creator all of us posess this divine quality of imagination and visualization. They are among the base tools of all creation and your physical body, your genetic code and your physical brain are side effects and artifacts of that process. Not vice versa as modern day science still has it's head square up it's ass in this regard.

Now back to beautiful naked girl visualization.

One of the greatest Pinup/Cheesecake artist of the earlier half of the 20th century was named Earl McPherson. Earl spent nearly every waking hour with images of the beautifulest of the beautiful women of the world deeply etched into his mental visualization faculties.

And what did all this visualization end up doing to poor Earl.

Well what happened was that the energy/consciousness gestalt of all that is Earl in eternal/nonphysical terms sprouted a whole new personality who also had strong desires to take a terrestrial human life starting in the second half of the 20th century.

And in our everyday manner of speaking Earl took another physical incarnation only this time he was a she and her name is Elle McPherson.

So the moral of all this is ... as a purely divine beings bestowed with godlike powers of visualization and imagination be careful what you habitually visualize.

You just might become it.


mysteriesofme 44F

1/3/2006 3:57 pm

oh oh.. I'm in trouble then..


1/3/2006 4:47 pm

You obviously warmed up for the life you are now living by previsualizing some substantially sized .....uh,, what's the proper Emily Post version of the word Hooters?

Funny that I mention that particular vernacular term. I just saw that late 90'sish era band called Hootie and the Blowfish on some TV show recently but I couldn't help but think of them as "Hooters and the Blowjob"



1/4/2006 6:24 am


frangipanigal 44F
10406 posts
1/6/2006 2:48 am

Wow, not only a talented writer but an artist too!!!

Frangi x


1/7/2006 10:05 pm

Hey worship worthy miss kink,

thanks for stoppong by and it's nice to know that my writings seem to entertain you so.

I still hope to go statue groping with you one of these days.



1/7/2006 10:08 pm

hey frangipani,

yes I'm an artist and more. I need to come and check out your own blog. Your name is quite intrigueing initself.


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