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Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 97 (view)
birthday blow job
Posted: 7/20/2008 9:49:32 AM
I think you'd be better going the can I ask you a personal question route, or approaching him and see if he withdraws when you deftly reach for his zipper.

A bj is more intimate than a regular gift, but what a gift it is!

You might be fulfilling a fantasy of his.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 11 (view)
Soulja Boy Off In This Hoe
Posted: 6/16/2008 4:10:26 AM
Reminds me of the ages old question adolescents ponder:

If Superman and Lois Lane ever did it, would she explode when he came?
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 7 (view)
Blue Cheese Sauce/Stilton sauce
Posted: 6/14/2008 1:38:29 PM
Well, I do a pepper sauce with Stilton all measures are approximations:

crush/crack 1 tbs peppercorns (not ground)
put in suacepan with another tbs whole peppercorns
splash in about a cup of white wine, drinkable.
bring to boil for 3 or 4 mins, cut heat and reduce until you have about 2 tbs liquid left the whole corns should be slightly soft by now. if not, add a little more wine and reduce again.
Deglaze the pan with about a half pint of table cream keep stirring
add stilton/gorganzola/roquefort about 1/2 lb crumbled keep stirring
bring to simmer, after all cheese is melted, adjust thickness with milk, or beef stock
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 24 (view)
One night stand turns into a many night stand!
Posted: 6/5/2008 5:01:44 AM
Well, every long term relationship I've been in started with a one night stand. In fact, it's funny, I've never had a long term thing that didn't start that way, but, I'm an odd duck.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 4 (view)
Can men have full body orgasms?
Posted: 6/4/2008 4:28:12 PM
You mean everyone doesn't? Wow, learn something new everyday, I must be special.

It seems more intense when I've been teased/edged for a while, but I always get body shakes, and sometimes I winny like a horse, lol, I have no control over it. I've heard WHOA BIG FELLA before
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 3 (view)
Show Off recipes?
Posted: 5/28/2008 11:41:18 AM
I can't think of anything that would make a bigger impression than a SPAM Reuben, except maybe liver and onions.

I generally do a Steak Au Poirve and baked pot some sort of fresh veg or salad and some nice crusty rolls.

The au poirve is about a table spoon of black pepper corns, crush half and put all in a saucepan in about a cup of white wine. Let it reduce to about a tablespoon of liquid and then deglaze with a pint of table cream. Thicken with either a rous or cheese, gorgonzola and stilton are nice choices for cheese but any creamy cheese will serve.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 11 (view)
Add One And Keep Going - This Ought To Be Fun
Posted: 5/28/2008 11:24:54 AM
Kookla, Fran and Ollie
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 2 (view)
kissing is as old as motherhood
Posted: 5/27/2008 6:43:57 PM
Speak for yourself! It's all in the kiss for me.

But you're correct, we are wired to kiss, many primates do, but humans seem to do it more. If the wiring followed from birds feeding, I would expect a dilution of the behavior. So what advantage did Homo Sapien's kissing behavior offer? Or is it more of a hardwired mating ritual like the pink flamingos? Personally, at the primal level, I think the advantage is more of if an ugly but smart guy can kiss, he gets to pass on the genes.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 24 (view)
Poll: Is sex better when your high?
Posted: 5/25/2008 8:25:02 PM

I smoke pot and I have sex, but for some reason I never thought to try both at the same time

From kissthegenius
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 36 (view)
Have you every enjoyed a man with a velvet tongue?
Posted: 5/23/2008 7:09:26 AM
I've been told I have velvet lips. Never heard of a velvet tongue.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 170 (view)
Why Do So Many Women Require That I Must Love God?
Posted: 5/17/2008 10:10:30 PM

I got into this because of the false assertions of historical fact in one of your prior posts. I had already answered the OP.

The only comment I can make to your non-rebuttal is res ipsa loquitor, the thing speaks for itself.

Given the history, it seems to me perhaps we haven't been taking God out, rather, we've been putting one particular flavor of God in, to the detriment of all the other flavors.

If you really want to have this discussion then open a thread somewhere more apropos, and let me know. I'm happy to have a civil discussion, but there's no reason to hijack this thread further. I'm sure you can cite references to back up those broad evils you state and link the causation to a lack of God in government?

In peace,
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 3 (view)
What are your favorite sweet indulgences?
Posted: 5/17/2008 11:52:07 AM
I like a banana with cream and a sprinkle of raw sugar (demerara)

Creampuffs, with cream and a drizzle of chocolate.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 155 (view)
Why Do So Many Women Require That I Must Love God?
Posted: 5/17/2008 11:20:41 AM
MyT: Thanks for that. Jumped the shark? Why Goodwin's hasn't been reached yet Oh, thanks for noticing that I didn't bring my religious beliefs into the discussion.

The majority of the research was done back in 2004 in an effort to understand where the faith based history came from.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 153 (view)
Why Do So Many Women Require That I Must Love God?
Posted: 5/17/2008 9:52:21 AM

Now for petes sake people.... may I respectfully suggest keeping the damn posts to a maximum of 3 paragraphs or so. Do you really think everyone here wants to read an entire book about YOUR particular feelings ? Be brief...paraphrase....condense.....short n sweet ya know.

Hey, I apologize if I hijacked the thread. That was condensed, and while my feelings are interjected, the majority of that long post is history and documented. I will not apologize that it is also my belief that the notion that the US is founded in Christianity should never go unchallenged.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 151 (view)
Why Do So Many Women Require That I Must Love God?
Posted: 5/17/2008 9:07:35 AM

musicianfriend's posts, among others but esecially:
Use your internet....pass acurate information. Do something to better your country.

As an issue, Church-State separation is one of interest to me. I have used my intertubes to look into this before. I am continually amazed, astounded and sometime, yes shocked by the misinformed ignorance about the United States that pervades the public in the United States. So in the interest of accurate information, I feel compelled to rebut one who repeats the Savage idea that Liberalism is a mental disorder and then quotes the most proudly liberal President to support their position.

There are so many nuggets of disinformation in those posts I'm a little overwhelmed about where to begin a rebuttal. The founding fathers were not atheists, but were mainly deists who believed there was a God or Creator or Great Architect, to put it in Masonic terminology. However they were also painfully aware of what happens to a country under a government sponsored religion. Without going into specifics, the history of State religions and the detrimental effects they had on the welfare of nations is long and storied and recognized by most of the founders. If you do the research, you can observe the steady insinuation of Christianity into the U.S. Government by those I've begun to affectionately call the talibornagain.

God is never mentioned in the Constitution of the United States. Technically, God is not mentioned in the Declaration of independence except in the form of 'The Creator.'

The continental dollar of the Revolutionary War, was designed by Benjamin Franklin in 1776:The mottos on this coin are "Mind Your Business" and "We Are One."

The Tripoli Treaty of 1797 - States unequivocally the US is not a Christian Nation:

As the government of the United States of America is not in any sense
founded on the Christian Religion,-as it has in itself no character of
enmity against the laws, religion or tranquility of Musselmen,-and as
the said States never have entered into any war or act of hostility
against any Mehomitan nation, it is declared by the parties that no
pretext arising from religious opinions shall ever produce an
interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries.
This document was endorsed by Secretary of State Timothy Pickering and
President John Adams. It was then sent to the Senate for ratification;
the vote was unanimous. It is worth pointing out that although this
was the 339th time a recorded vote had been required by the Senate, it
was only the third unanimous vote in the Senate's history. There is no
record of debate or dissent. The text of the treaty was printed in
full in the Philadelphia Gazette and in two New York papers, but there
were no screams of outrage, as one might expect today."


This is confirmed by at least 2 of the Founders. Now remember this one later:

Is the appointment of Chaplains to the two Houses of Congress
consistent with the Constitution, and with the pure principle of
religious freedom? In strictness the answer on both points must be in
the negative. The Constitution of the U. S. forbids everything like an
establishment of a national religion. The law appointing Chaplains
establishes a religious worship for the national representatives, to
be performed by Ministers of religion, elected by a majority of them,
and these are to be paid out of the national taxes. Does this not
involve the principle of a national establishment, applicable to a
provision for a religious worship for the Constituent as well as of
the representative Body, approved by the majority, and conducted by
Ministers of religion paid by the entire nation? -- Madison In "Essay on Monopolies,"

Moving right along now... to Jefferson:

Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between man & his god, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, thus building a wall of separation between church and state. Adhering to this expression of the supreme will of the nation in behalf of the rights of conscience, I shall see with sincere satisfaction the progress of those sentiments which tend to restore to man all his natural rights, convinced he has no natural right in opposition to his social duties. - Thomas Jefferson 1/1/1802

In 1837 Congress passed an Act that specified which mottos and phrases
were allowed to be printed on currency; this included the national
motto, "E Pluribus Unum" (From Many One). The motto was not
required however.

And then the shit storm starts:

* In 1860, during the Civil War, Protestant denominations organize the 'National Reform Association', which aimed to amend the Constitution to "declare the nation's allegiance to Jesus Christ."

* In 1861, Rev. M. R. Watkinson writes Salmon P. Chase, the Secretary of the Treasury, a letter suggesting "the recognition of the Almighty God in some form on our coins". He suggests "God, Liberty, Law" as a motto on a "beautiful coin, to which no possible citizen could object".

* In 1864, Congress approves "In God We Trust" for use on one-cent and two-cent coins.

* In 1865, Congress acts to place the motto on all coins.

In 1865, with the conclusion of the Civil War, a new Act was passed by Congress to allow the addition of the phrase "In God We Trust" to currency. "In God We Trust" was still not the national motto at this point and was not used on all money. It was simply allowed to be used on coins, and was used mostly on small denomination coins along with the national motto, "E Pluribus Unum."

Round one: Talibornagain.

The Pledge of Allegiance was written in 1892 it read:

I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

I like that, simple and to the point.

When the Federal Reserve was created in 1913 "In God We Trust" remained absent from paper currency.

In the 1950s Congress changed the national motto from "E Pluribus
Unum" to "In God We Trust" (which is how “In God We Trust”
became required to be printed of federal money), "So help me God" was
added to federal oaths (despite the fact that the Christian Bible
clearly states not to swear by God or any other person, place, or
thing when taking an oath. Matthew 5:33-37, James 5:12), and "under
God" was added to the Pledge of Allegiance.

This was also about the time the Presidential Prayer Breakfast started.

* In 1957, the motto is first used on paper money.

* On July 30, 1956, a bill is passed by congress and signed by the president declaring "In God We Trust" the national motto of the United States.

Round two: Talibornagain.

John F. Kennedy September 12, 1960, address to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association:

I believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute--where no Catholic prelate would tell the President (should he be Catholic) how to act, and no Protestant minister would tell his parishioners for whom to vote--where no church or church school is granted any public funds or political preference--and where no man is denied public office merely because his religion differs from the President who might appoint him or the people who might elect him.

Clearly, some people still 'get it.'

* In 1970, The constitutionality of the motto is challenged (Aronow v. United States). The Circuit court determined it "has nothing whatsoever to do with the establishment of religion".

* In 1979, Madalyn Murray O'Hair of American Atheists challenges the motto (O'Hair v. Blumenthal). The circuit court ruled "the slogan was secular".

* In 1994, The Freedom From Religion Foundation challenged the motto citing it's survey that showed a majority of Americans consider the motto religious. lawsuit was dismissed by the district Court without trial

On September 4, 2002 Michael Newdow was a guest on the popular FOX program Hannity & Colmes. On this program Mr. Newdow stated that he felt that Congressional Chaplains violated the Separation of Church and State. Sean Hannity responded by saying:

"Who hired the first chaplain for congress? ...James Madison in 1789. Did you know that?"

You want to refer to some liberal activist judge..., that's fine, but I'm going to go directly to the source. The author of the Bill of Rights hired the first chaplain in 1789, and I gotta' tell ya' somethin', I think the author of the Bill of Rights knows more about the original intent--no offense to you and your liberal atheist activism--knows more about it than you do."

Which would bring us back to that paragraph, where Madison Himself admits the Chaplin is a violation of Church-State separation.

But, sadly it's come to this:

The Constitution Restoration Act of 2004, introduced into both houses
of Congress on February 11, 2004, "includes the acknowledgment of God
as the sovereign source of law by an official in his capacity of
executing his office."

And with this quote from CNN on March 24, 2004:

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor said there "are so many references to God" in public affairs, noting "In God We Trust" was on U-S currency and coins. She added the Supreme Court opens all its public sessions with the words, "God save the United States and this honorable Court.”

We can expect no help from the Courts with a problem so clearly subversive of the Constitution.

Sad, isn't it? I mean how well versed our public speakers and even former Supreme Court Justices are on the issue? I mean it's like calling a Wiccan a Satanist.

Consider the current disproportionate influence of the students of a preacher named Rushdooney (check out have on federal policy, consider the Christian influence on the Officer Corps of at least the USAF, check out this pdf report:

So, to agree with at least one thing you said, there are indeed darks days coming.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 54 (view)
If you could be the opposite sex for a day......
Posted: 5/17/2008 7:43:06 AM

Wiggle my ahem in a circle

Damn, I can't do that now, best I can do is make it bounce up and down.

Hmmm, I guess I'd go to a bar and see what it's like to actually pick someone up.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 6 (view)
You know you are poor when....
Posted: 5/16/2008 7:24:24 PM
You can't even pay attention.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 136 (view)
Why Do So Many Women Require That I Must Love God?
Posted: 5/16/2008 6:21:58 PM
Do they specify which God?

Seriously, I don't mind Christians, but the bible-thumping-fundamentalist-dominionists probably won't like the message they get from me.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 3 (view)
what is with everyone being bi-sexual?
Posted: 5/16/2008 3:04:00 PM
You can spoil me anytime, smart women are 'teh sexy'

But really, I think the elusive heterosexual exists, really I do, no, really :P

Personally, I think sexuality is about sex, and loving long term pairings are about love.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 10 (view)
Would prefer witty conversation on here rather than sex talk!
Posted: 5/13/2008 4:52:36 AM

no one tries to discuss sex, willies or oral with me. i don't recall ever getting saucy pics either.

please will you send me some ideas or tips on how i can improve my online chats.

Um, maybe if you put tell me about yer willie on your profile?

Why are all the seemingly fun women so far away?
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 11 (view)
Dating a Schlemiel
Posted: 5/12/2008 6:48:19 PM
Ok then, what's a schlemozzel?
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 77 (view)
Anyone else get really bitchy...
Posted: 5/11/2008 7:04:47 PM
So there is a kernel of truth in the old joke sex is a misdemeanor, the more I miss, the meaner I get.

Oh, I find my drive seems to wax and wane with the moon for some reason.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 23 (view)
Is This Considered Cheating ???
Posted: 5/11/2008 1:12:37 PM
I don't know about it being cheating, but I think I have a new fantasy...

That interview one was getting old.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 97 (view)
where is the weirdest place u had sex???
Posted: 5/10/2008 3:27:59 PM
The office of the Commanding Officer of the Navy Boot Camp in Orlando. 2 horny recruits assigned to clean the office. (yes, Orlando is co-ed) IIRC, it was some corny line about polishing a sword brought the subject up.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 78 (view)
woman sues airline for passenger shooting semen in her hair
Posted: 5/10/2008 1:38:26 PM
Hold still honey... I'll get that semen! Blam Blam! There ya go, it's dead now.

Oh, that's not it?

How is this even possible? She was sleeping and no other passengers?
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 364 (view)
how dirty are you??
Posted: 5/10/2008 10:43:36 AM
The site is down, something about the domain expiring.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 2 (view)
cajun Boudreaux & Thibodeaux jokes
Posted: 5/10/2008 10:30:25 AM
Thibodeaux went over to Boudreau's house to help watch the grand babies. When he got there, there was a toddler in a diaper that was so full it was dragging on the ground.

He says "Hey! Boudreaux! Why you din't change dat diaper?"

" The package say it good fer 30-35 pounds" said Boudreaux, "Der ain't but 5 pound in dat one!"
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 281 (view)
Is Intelligence Captivating...............
Posted: 5/10/2008 9:30:46 AM
Margo wrote:
The type of intelligence that "does it" for me is a love of words and word-play,

So, you're looking for a cunning linguist?

GDRFC (Grinning, ducking, running for cover)

I know, it's an ancient pun.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 166 (view)
The Kinky Test
Posted: 5/9/2008 5:11:18 AM
Ok, 611. Don't see much room for boosting it either since I'm not into bestiality and mutilation.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 503 (view)
Curvy Vs Slim
Posted: 5/4/2008 12:26:51 PM

Always seems to be acceptable for a man to carry weight and not a woman. When its a female's design to carry more weight for child baring. Fred, I prefer sane and intelligent men. Height or weight have no bearing on that. But stupid, that I just have to say "NO" to.

Given my experiences I'll disagree on the acceptability of overweight men in the view of others. I will agree that it's all in personality, and I love curvy women.

Ignorance is correctable, stoopud is for life. ;)
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 49 (view)
fess up to your favorate wierd sammy
Posted: 4/21/2008 4:16:10 PM
Ok, Y'all got my PB & Bacon so my back up I haven't seen yet is PB & onion. These days I prefer Vidalia onions, but any are good. Oh, and PB & potato chips is pretty good too.

I also like PB & onion on hot dogs.

All you pork people, pork was made for fruit! Doesn't matter what fruit you use, it's all good with pork.
Joined: 6/10/2006
Msg: 2 (view)
please help looking for recipe
Posted: 4/19/2008 11:38:23 AM
The simplest chili con queso I know of is a small block of velveta, cubed and mixed with a can of Hormel (or steakhouse) chili, nuke until it's cheesey-chili smooth goodness. Personally I prefer no beans. It works great in a fondue pot as well.

A similar result can be obtained with salsa instead of chili.
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