Random comments  

demonicsexkitten 42F
7239 posts
7/15/2006 5:05 am

Last Read:
7/18/2006 4:40 am

Random comments

Sheesh. I've written 3 blogs tonight. deleted 3. Everything sounds corny to me But i'm writing one last time... just to get some words down.

First random piece of info (though I feel i've mentioned it here before)... i love the sound of my partner's pleasure. For a brief while I watched guys on cam... did nothing for me. Most were boring, a couple nauseating... only one was exciting. And most of that was due to audio. Many find phone sex boring... but... i think it definately has it's moments. I sometimes feel i'm physically linked, or maybe it's psychically linked?, at times.

second random bit of info... many people feel the internet is "just the internet"... they can lie, play games, be somebody other than they really are. i'll never understand such things. I am me, wherever i go. My heart, my soul.. they remain the same. Anybody who lies, plays games... they not only hurt others, but cheat themselves. By being true to yourself, you open the doors to life, love, and friendships that last a lifetime. and it's amazing in what seemingly small gifts of oneself can make major and lasting impressions on others.

I'm just feeling a bit touched at the moment. I proposed to a friend of mine tonight. Knowing he would say no. we've had this discussion before He told me that I tempt him beyond measure, and had I not entered his life too late, he would love nothing more than to accept. And that in the years of our friendship... i've become much more to him than an internet friend. well... honestly i've no idea what but still it's nice to know he values my friendship. I guess it kinda sounds like i'm playing games, by having asked. It's one of those "if we were both slightly different people... it would be amazing". However, we both know where we stand. (Plus, the only reason I asked is bcuz he bragged about being a great cook.)

Random bit of info #3... i think all men should learn how to cook. They don't have to be expert: just capable. And be willing to help out once in a while. I can't remember how many men i've discussed this with; mostly from male-dominant societies where the sons are doted on, and mothers do everything (i've even heard of daughters getting married and being clueless on cooking or cleaning themselves cuz their mom's never let them help). Most are willing to admit i'm right, it's a good idea, but their mom's will think they're nuts if they go ask to learn (or their wives will be offended if they try). ok... so trying to change centuries of culture is a bit lofty, and possibly pointless in this case. i'll continue encouraging though.

ok... enough rambling. night all!

ProtonicMan 49M

7/15/2006 6:07 am

Hi, DSK. I'm glad you left this post. There are some good things in it!

Random bits #1: Sound during sex is a big turn-on. And yes, phone sex can be amazing.

Random bits #2: I totally agree with you. I'm a WYSIWYG guy myself. I don't know HOW to play games! And I have mad an awesome friend or two online. I might never meet them face to face, but there is a real connection, and my life is richer for it.

Random bits #3: I'm a good cook. Oh, you mean cooking in the kitchen! My bad. I'm not a fabulous cook, but I can survive without a can opener or frozen meals. I've never killed anyone, although I have had to make last minute adjustments... "OK, this is totally ruined. Where am I taking you for dinner?" LOL

Thanks for the ramble. Sleep well.


demonicsexkitten 42F
10688 posts
7/15/2006 6:50 am

dusty... you've got a serious one-track mind. lol.

playtime44uandi 54M
6545 posts
7/15/2006 6:58 am

Wow that could easily of been 3 posts!

I like the sound of my partners pleasure too. But there is nothing like the uncontrollable physical reactions they go through. Thats what I love. I love watching every muscle in there body flex & seeing how long it takes for them to recover, & how sensitive they are in that state! Puts a smile on my face every time!

I believe in honesty online too. I may try to make things sound nice, but that is the true me coming out. Some people like it & some don't. I try to keep things positive.

The proposal sounds like a form of flirting with a close friend to me.
Nothing wrong with that. You both know where you stand & thats good.
Keep it fun & enjoy your friendship. those kids of friends don't come along that often.

I agree that all men should learn something about cooking. So should all the girls. I consider it a failure of sorts, if a parent cant or wont teach there child some basic cooking techniques, no matter what sex they are. Sooner or later your gonna have to cook for yourself at least. & its likely you'll have to cook for someone else sooner or latter too!
I admit its nice to have your plate brought to you by your lady, but I'm plenty capable of doing it myself if I need to or want to.

~We'll Leave The Light On~

LustyTaurus 49M
21253 posts
7/15/2006 8:59 am

I made the mistake one time of letting my wife know I wasn't fond of a meal she made...lets just say that after a week of my cooking she was more willing to accept critism (not that she got any....), as she didn't want no more of my food......it was all good fun.

vulcan0000 47M
85 posts
7/15/2006 11:07 am

Ahh yes, the auditory part of love making. I sometimes close my eyes and just listen to my partner. All part of the wonderful experience. Although I admit I'm rather quiet. Maybe I just haven't had the experience that would release that kind of passion.
I find that I am more upfront here then I am in my personal life and I don't mean honest. I'm an honest guy but I keep things to myself that I feel may not be accepted or may hurt others. Perhaps I'm a bit of an introvert there but a bit of an extrovert here. I too feel that life is to short to play games but honestly we all do on some level or another.
I understand about your friend and how although you know the rejection is coming you still press on. We all have wants and needs that we know may forever go unfilled for whatever reason but that doesn't mean we should give up. Having said that though sometimes it is best to let go and move on or be happy with what you have and it sounds like you have come to that realization with this friend .
Ohh, cooking. I love to cook but finding the time to create fancy meals is hard to do anymore. I learned to cook mainly because of my love of food which is a double edged sword. I do most of the cooking around my house but it consists mainly of chicken, steak, burgers, meatloaf and then a salad, veggies or something else. I do however have a craving for pot stickers and some stir fried veggies tonight. The best potstickers are made from scratch and I will probably pick up a frozen stir fry pack and BBQ pork from Costco. Hmmm good! Well I gotta get cracking on my chores around the house and then head out to do a little shopping. Hope I didn't bore everyone to tears. Have a good weekend!

PrincessKarma 45F
6188 posts
7/15/2006 12:39 pm

I love a man who moans... it makes me feel he really appreciates me *blush*

The Internet is just the Internet; it's the people who roam it who can touch you in so many ways, both good and bad... but never indifferently.

Proposals... I need to IM you on this.

A man who cooks? Also a plus.

The Big Bang was the mother of all orgasms.PrincessKarma

demonicsexkitten 42F
10688 posts
7/15/2006 7:23 pm

sweetcatlover: it's ok he did'nt accept i suspect, were there any chance he *would* say yes, i wouldn't risk asking. besides, the way it came out... it was obviously in jest. he said "i'm a great cook!" i said "you cook?!! wow!!.... will you marry me?" Even if we were seriously in love in such a way... i'm muslim, he's hindu. neither of us willing to alter the facts. and he's... well, just it wouldn't really work. things i know about him, a marital relationship would leave us eventually resenting eachother and ourselves. but as friends... we can be there for eachother totally.

i totally understand the "expectation" comment. being taken advantage of and not appreciated ruins the best of intentions. glad you're having a great weekend

Time4ABreak4Me 42M

7/16/2006 7:51 pm

Would be fun to cook with you. I'm sorry to hear about you being turned down but it's good of you to put yourself out there and ask non the less. Giving opportunities, even if is coupled with the opportunity to be turned down is good thing for everyone. I wish I had a chance to experiment with you in the kitchen. I've found some of my greatest times to be the planning and making of a good meal. It's not always great but by putting myself out there, Occasionally I make something great! It's the experimentation and the journey I love about it... It and most things in my life..

demonicsexkitten 42F
10688 posts
7/16/2006 10:39 pm

everybody's feeling sorry i was turned down *blush*... i think the only reason i was able to ask is cuz i KNEW he'd say no. trust me, him saying yes would have been the tragedy. cuz then i'd have to figure a way out without hurting feelings and losing his friendship. and he truly is a great friend. he also is hindu and lives in pakistan. not exactly a next door neighbor.

shyknight2005 43M
163 posts
7/16/2006 11:09 pm

1) Very audio oriented here as you know, milady.

2) Sorry for being selfish but I for one am breathing sigh of relief lol

3)Hmm...need to take a speed cooking course before Oct.

Become a member to create a blog