Monday, September 29, 2014


A sweet smile
Balanced by curious eyes
She was purity donned in lace,
Which graced upon her untouched thighs
So proper and prim
Yet she had secrets hidden within
Thoughts of naughty scenes
Fueled feisty fingers to explore down between
Such a yearning for passion
Sometimes in the most filthy-like fashion
Yet all the while she’ll look at you with such innocence
Maybe she isn’t so pure… in a sense

Friday, September 26, 2014

His hands.

If I find a man attractive, I will look at his hands and wonder about them. How they might look gripping his cock or palming my pubic bone or cupped around my breasts. I wonder about his fingers. How they would feel grazing my clit were he to slide them inside me. How they would taste once they were dipped in my cum.

I try not to stare, but I can’t help but wonder...


She’s a wicked temptress,
a seductive tease,
my little one, on her hands and knees,
smiling ‘neath my heavy hand,
her ass upturned to please me.
She fosters my ire,
my smoldering fire,
to feed her own carnal greed.
I return her smile,
pounding all the while,
enamored with the beast I feed.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Kate Bush...

One of my bucket list items have now been checked off; Kate Bush was AMAZING, England was cool, and now I have to  get ready to pack for my flight home tomorrow.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Scottish Independence...

As I'm currently still in England, it took a while for me to wade in, as both sides have been shouting over each other with a lot of blanket statements and scaremongering tactics, but then I started looking at figures.

The population of Scotland makes up 8.3% of the UK. That’s tiny. Then when you consider the resources the country provides for the rest of the union (e.g. 62% timber production, 40% wind, wave and solar energy,  90% of surface fresh water and an average of 30% fish and livestock) and start looking at those figures on a per capita basis, suddenly you realise Scotland could become one of the wealthiest countries in the world.

Of course I completely understand why this would make the rest of the UK nervous. But I do believe that an independent Scotland wouldn’t necessarily mean those resources would be completely cut off from England and Wales; they just won’t be entitled to them in the same way they currently are. Think of a young adult with a lot of potential, who has some toxic/manipulative elements in their relationship with their parents, leaving home for the first time with the intention of succeeding by themselves and cutting those toxic elements out. That’s pretty much how I see Scotland right now.

And what are those “toxic elements”, you ask? Well there’s the uncertain future of the NHS; the political party currently obstinately in power that most of Scotland didn’t vote for (we literally have more pandas in the country than Tory MPs); the fact that the UK, with increasing influence of parties like UKIP, is under threat of leaving the EU (while the EU would gladly take on Scotland on its own); increasing cuts on welfare, particularly for disability and food aid; and also, keeping fucking Trident missiles in the country.

A lot of people think there’s too much uncertainty to come from a Yes vote, but here’s the thing! Scotland voting Yes does NOT mean instant independence this Thursday. The question of the referendum is “Should Scotland be an independent country?” If the country votes Yes, THEN they’ll get to work on making it happen. It likely won’t officially take place until, like, 2016. The plans are in place, but there’s no use acting on them yet in the chance it’s a No vote.

I’m optimistic that the referendum is going to pass. But even if it ends up being a No vote, I’m also of the belief that this will still pave the way for some serious political and economical change for Scotland - because I think that the vote will be close enough that either way this will be a serious wake-up call for Westminster, if not the rest of the UK.

I want to make it clear if I haven’t already that I’m not for voting Yes as a slight against England based on some 700 year-old William Wallacey grudge. I like England. I just like the concept of Scotland's independence as a possible reality and want to see it flourish - or at the very least, exist - separately from Westminster/Conservative rule. I’d like to know that ultimately, Scotland's future is in its own hands.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Madame Stephanie St. Clair

 Things learned about Stephanie St. Clair:
  • She was female gang leader who ran numerous criminal enterprises in HarlemNew York in the early part of the 20th century. Despite resisting the interests of the Mafia for several years after Prohibition ended, she continued to be an independent operator never coming under mafia control.
  • She was born of mixed French and African descent on Martinique but there has been stronger theories that she is from Guadalupe Island, a small island off the coast of Mexico. She immigrated to the United States via Marseilles in 1912 and ten years later took $10,000 of her own money and set up a numbers bank in Harlem. She became known throughout Manhattan as Queenie, but Harlem residents respectfully referred to her as Madame St. Clair
  • When her rival, Dutch Schultz was assassinated by the Mafia in 1935 on the orders of The Commission, St. Clair sent a telegram to his hospital bed as the gangster lay dying. It read, "As ye sow, so shall ye reap." The incident made headlines across the nation.
  • She died quietly and still rich in Harlem in 1969.

Cora Pearl

 Things learned about Cora Pearl:
  • She was the most famous courtesan in Paris. She may not have been the most conventional beauty, but she charmed men with her daring sexuality, enviable body, wit and lust for life.
  • There are many stories about Cora, it has been told she used to bathe in expensive champagne, once had herself served naked on a silver plate at a fancy dinner and dyed her hair red, pink and golden and her dog’s hair to match hers.
  • During her years at the all female French convent school she attended, she had engaged in numerous same-sex relationships. After her abrupt initiation into heterosexual sex, however, she did not return to her grandmother’s home, not go back to her mother, but rented a room for herself

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

I'm here!

I've arrived in England. Settling down in my hotel suite and will see the usual tourist sights tomorrow. Now I'm suffering from jet-lag and shall sleep. Very interesting to see where my pa's folks come from. I shall visit my uncle and his family on Thursday, but the main reason is to see Queen Kate on Friday!!! Can't fucking wait for that. Then Saturday, it's back home.

Sunday, September 14, 2014

More tests...

Career Personality & Aptitude Test
Biochemists and Biophysicists
Study the chemical composition and physical principles of living cells and organisms, their electrical and mechanical energy, and related phenomena. May conduct research to further understanding of the complex chemical combinations and reactions involved in metabolism, reproduction, growth, and heredity. May determine the effects of foods, drugs, serums, hormones, and other substances on tissues and vital processes of living organisms.
35 %Post-Baccalaureate Certificate 
28 %Post-Doctoral Training 
16 %Doctoral Degree 
While your interests are a good match for this job, you will need additional education in order to be qualified for it.

  • Soil Chemistry and Physics (CIP = 01.1202)
  • Soil Microbiology (CIP = 01.1203)
  • Biochemistry (CIP = 26.0202)
  • Biophysics (CIP = 26.0203)
  • Molecular Biochemistry (CIP = 26.0205)
  • Molecular Biophysics (CIP = 26.0206)
  • Biochemistry/Biophysics and Molecular Biology (CIP = 26.0210)
  • Cell/Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences, Other (CIP = 26.0499)
Assertiveness Test
Snapshot Report
Ability to speak for self
You seldom hesitate to address the issues that concern you the most. Whether it's noisy neighbors or perhaps a raise you feel you deserve, you'll immediately bring it to attention. You express yourself quite freely, asserting your personal rights with the confidence that your request is reasonable. As a typically self-assured individual, you are fairly comfortable with letting others know you disagree with them, especially when you feel you're being treated poorly. This approach shows that you feel you deserve respect, and want others to treat you this way.

Sensuality Test

Snapshot Report
Sense of the Aesthetic
According to your score, you don't have a sense for the aesthetic qualities of life. The beauty around you, whether in the form of nature's masterpieces or man-made designs are not things that you care much for or pay attention to. Remember that beauty can be found beyond what we see on the runway at a fashion show or on TV. Take the time to explore the beauty in the world around you ? you will develop a greater appreciation for the simple splendors in nature or the different facets of human creativity that we often take for granted!

Sex Personality Test

Snapshot Report
Your results indicate that you are comfortable experimenting sexually, but haven't explored a wide variety of options from the great palette of sex. You do have a creative nature, which keeps your sexual liaisons satisfactorily spicy, but you aren't the most adventurous love bug on the planet. You seem to have discovered what pleases you, and plan to stick with it! As long as you are sexually fulfilled, keep it up!

(taken from

Friday, September 12, 2014

My attraction to older men.

I’ve been wanting to write a post about this— just because.
Ever since I was young and I’d go to family and friends get together with my family, I’d see such handsome/intelligent men… I started becoming very attracted and observant towards these men which heightened my curiosity. The thing is with older men it’s their maturity, their life experiences that can manifest with them introducing and teaching you new things which makes it so erotic (in a pure sense) and hey, the forbiddenness of it gives it that extra “mmph”.

Overall, each time I’ve interacted with older men I’ve always learned something new. Really the whole is experience is… nice, to say the least.

But— don’t let my age fool you.

Thoughts: On Aging

There’s very little difference between a 25 year-old man and a 45 year-old man, aside from an encyclopedic knowledge of ways to bring you to orgasm.

Monday, September 8, 2014

6 items that would be in my dream closet:

1. Hermes Birkin
2. Tom Ford’s Padlock Ankle-Wrap Python Pump in the color Bordeaux
3. YSL’s Le Smoking tux
4. A fur stole
5. Diane von Furstenberg’s classic wrap dress
6. Elizabeth Taylor’s jewelry collection

Friday, September 5, 2014


I think sexiness is a matter of subtlety. It is in the details of a glance, a way to brush your lips with your fingers, a way to pass your hand through your hair, to cross your legs…

Sensuality is the art to suggest.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Last night was tough.
So I got my nails and toes done, and I just ordered some sushi.
Plus I’ll be having the house to myself tonight.
No worries. :)