superitaliano4u 38M
93 posts
3/14/2006 10:14 pm

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3/21/2006 4:56 am


Now let's take a break from politics, geekdom, and basic social commentary and get back to some sex.

It's been a while for me. I've been busy with my thesis and my spring break was ruined by a fever, so I'm horny as hell.

So the question pops up... "do I lower my standards just to get laid?"

No, I don't mean I'm going to run out and back a 500 pound land monster with anal warts, but I'm actually considering a romp with those mindless Paris Hilton wannabes that have infested the FSU campus.

I still shudder at the thought. Even though I think it would be fun to pound away on a girl as she's stylishly chatting away on her designer-colored RAZR only to have the smile wiped from my face when her accessory chihuahua (with some stupid name like "sparkle") craps on my floor.

Will I ever become that desperate for ass?

How desperate have some of you gotten to do the two person demonstration of a combustion engine?

BlondieInOz 36F

3/14/2006 10:53 pm

Fataphobic and sexist But you made me laff and I'll read more of you

BlondieInOz 36F

3/14/2006 10:54 pm

PS My chihuahua is a rottweiler . pmsl

imLadyBambi 59M/51F

3/14/2006 11:30 pm

Mr. Bambi here... When I was in college, I would not have thought twice about doing a Paris Hilton type. I was desperate, horny, and socially ackward. I'd sleep with just about any girl who would give me the time of day. Realizing that I went to West Point and the rules were very strict, my all time low was when I slept with a 36 year old woman who had lost her front two teeth. She worked in the cafeteria (mess hall). I told her I would sleep with her if she could smuggle in some Jack Daniels for me. Believe me, it took quite a bit of Jack Daniels to do the dirty deed with that thing!

superitaliano4u 38M

3/15/2006 10:55 am

fataphobic? if you're talking about a fear of fat then that would be a lardaphobe. You're right, big women make me scream like a little girl and pee my pants!

As for making you laugh, well one of my fav shows of all time was the Man Show. Nothing is funnier to me than satire on male chauvanism and sexism. Being a serious chauvanist/sexist is stupid to me but playing one is funny as hell. Basically, I'm harmless.

Bambi - I never could take the "any port in a storm" approach.

MoutnainGirl 38F

3/16/2006 5:30 am

Well.. I liked your blog until you started making fun of fat people. Some of us can't help it no matter how hard we try. You know comments like that do hurt.. why don't you just start calling black people niggers on your blog as well?

Moutnain Girl

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superitaliano4u 38M

3/16/2006 11:40 pm

I'm very sorry about coming off so harsh. My actual stance is that weight is not a determination of beauty but a personal preference. Some people like blonde hair, others like darker eyes, some like larger men/women.

The term "land monster" sounds pretty derrogatory in retrospect, I meant it as if someone said "monkey man" to convey the idea that a man is hairy or using "ant bites" to depict small breasts. Crude and tactless comments in order to induce shock.

Apologies to anyone offended.

superitaliano4u 38M

3/16/2006 11:42 pm

and my scream/pee pants comment was tongue-in-cheek. Keep in mind, not 200 years ago, men worshipped larger women and looked down on waifs.

MoutnainGirl 38F

3/20/2006 10:06 am

Thanks for the apology.. although it still does hurt. Even though you have posted a PC response I am sure that if you were hanging out with your drinking buddies or what have you.. It would still be acceptable to say and because of that it will always be accecptable to think that fat people are unattractive becase we don't look like a playboy bunny. I am an athletic outdoors girl stuck with the metabolism god gave me and no matter what I do to try and change it, I don't get looked at as much by the men I am attracted to because of it. It just really sucks and what sucks even more how often I am to be reminded of it.

Moutnain Girl

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superitaliano4u 38M

3/21/2006 4:56 am

it's not a mouthpiece response, moutnaingirl... see my profile. I've always felt that way.

mossynight 59F

6/29/2008 11:37 pm

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Take a guess...10?
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One more guess.....21?
A number of you awesome beautiful ladies have
me back in returned. Since I myself have already had cancer more than once in my life and my dad just passed away this past May 2008 due to four....yes 4 different cancers, I am changing the way we are spreading our style of cancer awareness.
In memory of my dad I am now including ALL the men too.
Thank you all very much for taking part in your show of support for all those we love who has cancer now, for those among us who are cancer survivors, and for those we have lost to one of the many different types of cancer or cancer related illnesses.

YOU and me,
around this world,

So my friend, you have been tagged by Please go and other special person? Be a dear, and do not break our PINK RIBBON CANCER AWARENESS chain. Take care as you go about your day, your week and as you others here at AdultFriendFinder in memory of those you know and love.

Now days the color of a ribbon often has many different meaning. I hope and I pray none of them are you!
Luv ya,

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