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Posted:Dec 28, 2018 7:36 am
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Posted:Feb 28, 2019 8:29 pm
Last Updated:Mar 4, 2019 12:01 pm

Was there ever a time you decided to take something (or someone) when it really would have been better to leave it (or him or her)?

Take It or Leave It, Foghat
Take it or leave it, tell me what you want to do,
Take it or leave it, now the choice is up to you.
Can't wait until tomorrow, tomorrow may be too late,

There have been times when I have taken it when it would have been better to leave it and then I wonder… what WAS I thinking! I wasn’t even drinking so I can’t blame my poor judgement on “beer goggles”.*** It must have been some other variable affecting my decision at the time to take ‘em rather than leave ‘em. I’m sure you have done the very same thing one time or another.

Come and Get It, Badfinger
If you want it, here it is, come and get it
Mm mm mm mm, make your mind up fast
If you want it, any time, I can give it
But you'd better hurry 'cause it may not last

Being given a choice to take something or to leave it is known as a Hobson’s choice or Hobson’s choices. The phrase is said to have originated with Thomas Hobson in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Hobson was licensed carrier of passengers, letters, and parcels between Cambridge and London, England and a livery stable owner and hostler (one who looks after the horses of people staying at an inn). Hobson rented his horses to the students and faculty of Cambridge University and members of the public. Hobson found his fastest and best horses were being requested most frequently and becoming overworked, to prevent it, Hobson began offering customers the choice of taking the horse closest to the stable door or leaving it.

A well-known Hobson’s choice you’ve probably heard before was Henry Ford’s offering of the Model T, “You can have any color you like as long as it's black." The quote is attributed to Henry Ford, although it’s not certain whether or not Henry Ford ever actually spoke those words. We all have heard the phrase before and as a result most people believe the Model T was only ever offered in black. In fact for the first few years and last few years of production the Model T was offered in several colors. It was manufactured from 1908 to 1927and from 1914 through 1925 black was the only color offered. Black paint cost less and dried the fastest and was chosen to increase the volume of production while at the same time lowering production costs. By perfecting assembly line manufacturing and reducing production costs, the price of a Model T fell from $850 in 1908 to less than $300 in 1925; as a result the Model T comprised about forty percent of all automobile sales in the United States. In the case of the Model T, having a Hobson’s choice doesn’t seem as though it was a bad deal at all.

Was there a time when you decided to take it when it would have been better to leave it? Did it turn out well or not?

Aw c'mon... be specific... I thought I'd hear some juicy stories but the first comments have been vague... did I stir up bad memories? Added on 3.1.19 at 8:17 am.

***A study out of the University of Bristol in England found people look more attractive not only after you drink but also after they consume alcohol. Eighty-four students participated in the study. Half of them were served a lemon-lime beverage containing vodka equivalent to a pint of beer or a glass of wine. All participants were asked to rate photographs of faces. Those who had consumed the alcoholic beverage were more likely to rate the faces as more attractive; interestingly participants found the faces of not only the opposite sex more attractive but those of the same sex as well. Those consuming a moderate amount of alcohol were perceived to be more attractive by others, however, if they went on to consume a greater amount of alcohol they were no longer rated as more attractive.

Why Don't We Get Drunk, Jimmy Buffett
I really do appreciate the fact you're sittin' here
Your voice sounds so wonderful
But your face don't look too clear
So, Barmaid, bring a pitcher, another round of brew
Honey, why don't we get drunk and screw.

The site keeps removing the image here of Bart Simpson in sunglasses, a tag tied to the bridge of the glasses reads as follows:

Posted:Jan 11, 2019 10:37 pm
Last Updated:Jan 25, 2019 4:18 pm

The idiom a “cherry on top” metaphorically means something small and special added to something else that is already very nice on its own but the little extra something makes it just that much more special or appealing. It originates from the idea that a bowl of ice cream is wonderful but it’s even more wonderful when you put a “cherry on top”.

While that may be very true of a dish of ice cream, I think some things are best enjoyed au naturel. I recently came across the following products for sale online that claim to improve and enhance oral sex. I don’t know how you feel but I think these are quite unnecessary and kinda silly but each to his (or her) own as they say.

The following product descriptions are taken word for word from the website selling these products:

Product description
When you give head do you ever wish you had your lips wrapped around something a little more appetizing? Not that there's anything wrong with the way your lover tastes but sometimes it’s a delicious idea to turn oral sex into a luscious treat. Top your lovers penis with Peter Lickers wild cherry flavored body topping for a dessert-like experience that will have you fantasizing about licking and sucking your partners cock until you're again tasting his candy stick.’ (Available in Tropical Fruit, Lemon Lime, Wild Cherry, Strawberry, and Big Banana.)

Product description
If you love to eat pussy for breakfast, lunch and dinner, now you can enjoy pussy as dessert with the Pussy Licker lube in delicious strawberry. This cream is the perfect pussy topping, making the vagina taste sweet and sugary. Licking pussy has never been so delicious and fun. Slather it on your favorite pussy and give it a taste - you might skip dinner and go straight to dessert! Yummy! (Available in Strawberry and Tropical Fruit.)

As far as I'm concerned, when it comes to giving head or cocks in general, I’ll have mine “in the raw”… Hold the Banana, Tropical Fruit, Lemon Lime, or Strawberry and save the cherries for the ice cream.

she's my cherry pie
cool drink of water such a sweet surprise
tastes so good make a grown man cry
sweet cherry pie oh yeah

“To each his own” is an idiom and a proverb. A proverb is a short popular saying that gives advice about how people should behave or that expresses a belief that is generally thought to be true. “To each his own” originates from Latin, Cuique suum often it means that some people prefer one thing, while other people prefer something else: "to each his own." In this context, the implied Latin verb would probably be placet cuique suum, "to each his own is pleasing." Proverbs, like idioms, often have a meaning that is greater than the meaning of the individual words put together, but in a different way than idioms. Examples of proverbs: “Don’t cry over spilt milk.”, “A stitch in time saves nine.”, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” The meaning of the words is greater than the words themselves in the phrase and usually are offered as advice or as a basic truth which may be applied to common situations.

“In the raw” is an idiom and a figure of speech, it is figurative language. It means in its natural state as well as being naked. The literal meaning of an idiom usually doesn’t make sense, and idioms can be almost impossible to understand unless you have learned or heard them before. Each language has its own idioms and they really cannot be translated to another language and retain their meaning.

Scroogle this for examples of idioms from other countries that make no sense at all when translated into English: 40 brilliant idioms that simply can’t be translated literally.

Examples of idioms: “rub someone the wrong way”, “by the skin of your teeth”, “on the other hand”, "cherry on top"… These idioms make no sense taken literally but we all know (if we speak English that is) what they mean.

How do you best enjoy oral sex?

Would you buy the or have you bought products to enhance or alter the natural flavor of your lover during fellatio or cunnilingus?

Add an idiom or proverb to your comment if you wish. How many different ones can we collect?

I think these products may be necessary if your partner's naughty bits are verging on whiffy to minging. I think if your guy or gal needs flavor or fragrance enhancements you may wish to offer up a bar of soap instead. Sorry that's just where my mind wandered.
Posted:Dec 29, 2018 8:19 pm
Last Updated:Feb 28, 2019 7:42 pm

Defining or labeling a relationship, particularly a sexual relationship outside of your marriage can be challenging or a futile endeavor, particularly if you hope to be in agreement with the other person in the relationship. Sometimes you are not on the same page at all. Sometimes you don’t even know that you were never on the same page until it’s all over and done with. You may want to continue but if the other person doesn’t there’s not much you can do about it.

I don’t know why it’s important for to me to KNOW what the thing is but I just seem to have to know! I don’t know if this is something women do or not; it certainly is something I do. I have posed this question to a married man I had been seeing: Just what is it that we're doing? Trying to get a married man to define the relationship you are in with him is a touchy subject to say the least.

The answer my question at the time was: “We’re friends, don’t you think we are friends, can’t we just be friends.” I thought to myself, of course we are friends, that goes without saying but the things we do… well friends do them, lovers do them, married couples do them, but sometimes it's not just sex or casual sex. Sexual friendships are sometimes much more than just fucking, not always, but the friendship can easily grow into much more and then… just what is it?

When I think of the words used to define or label these kinds of relationships, I notice that most of them have negative connotations. They are emotionally charged, not neutral and the emotions or feelings associated with those terms are mainly negative ones, at least in my opinion.

Words have a literal meaning -- the definition of the word itself or denotative meaning. However, many words -- especially nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs - also have an emotional side. Depending on the context or how a word has been used over time it may have a positive, negative or neutral connotation. Though not part of the dictionary definition, the emotions and associations connected to a word are known as its connotative meaning.

I hate the words we use to define these relationships as they seem tawdry, vulgar, indecent, salacious and downright dirty. Here are a few of them: relationship, love affair, romance, fling, dalliance, liaison, involvement, hanky-panky, tryst, entanglement, hookup.

Even worse than those are the chat speak terms such as:

NSA: ‘No Strings Attached’. A relationship without attachment. While everyone wants the comfort of affection and having a ‘special someone’, not many want to be tied down with one person, for better or worse.

MBA: Married but available is just a fancy term for cheating.

FWB: ‘Friends with benefits’ is when people are in a sexual relationship but there is no love or any feelings involved.

ONS: One Night Stands… not something I want but sometimes they just happen (yes, even to me) especially when he/she has far different expectations than you have.

I suppose on sites like this the aforementioned terms get to the meat of the matter pretty quickly. Here in this “meat/meet market” well it’s often all about making a connection quickly and getting down to business (and then onto the next best thing, sometimes). The pace here is greatly accelerated and it’s easy to get into a situation, hook up or whatever, pretty quickly and sometimes regrettably. The thing is… sometimes both people want something different. Sometimes you can’t even tell what you’ve gotten into until after it’s ended.

So… what DO YOU call it? What is the term or terms you prefer to use?

How do you feel about the terms used to define these relationships? Good, bad, indifferent?

There'll be no strings to bind your hands
Not if my love can't bind your heart

And there's no need to take a stand
For it was I who chose to start

I see no need to take me home
I'm old enough to face the dawn

Just call me angel of the morning, (angel)
Just touch my cheek before you leave me, baby
Juice Newton, Angel of the Morning

Let's give them something to talk about
A little mystery to figure out
Let's give them something to talk about
How about love, love, love, love?
Bonnie Raitt, Something to Talk About
Posted:Dec 25, 2018 1:22 pm
Last Updated:Feb 28, 2019 7:26 pm

This is my first blog post. I hope you enjoy it. There are five images, a soundtrack and a line from a film.

This post was inspired by something I read today in an email from a potential new friend.

HE: "I am looking for some laughs and some carnal lust. I anxiously await your response." 12/23/2018 10:00 am”

After thanking him for the email. I sent another:

ME: Carnal lust, huh? 12/24/2018 11:28 pm

Here is the exchange which followed. I hope he doesn't mind that I've shared this with you, but I won't reveal his identity, so I can't imagine he would mind in the least.

HE: "I like the word lust...it implies a need or hunger straining to be satisfied 12/25/2018 9:00 am"

ME: "consuming each other... gustatory delights... with all the mmms and ahhsss 12/25/2018 11:47 am"

HE: "I like the way you think...especially the ahhhhsss 12/25/2018 12:56 pm"

The Beatles, Strawberry Fields Forever

ME: "Well lust is sexual appetite isn't it?

And then there are the cravings... I only know one way to satisfy them, everything else is really a poor substitute, leaving something still to be desired.

"Really love your peaches want to shake your tree"
Steve Miller Band, The Joker

I think sex and good food have a lot in common. Both are necessary to live. We even use the same terms to describe them and the accompanying sounds, the mmms and ahhhsss while enjoying a good meal are the very same ones uttered while indulging in and enjoying certain sexual pursuits. Bland food (like sex that has lost something and has become routine, without surprise or passion) a meal that has been under seasoned is almost not worth eating, it will sustain you... but when it's good, really good, you can't get enough; it's the difference between living and merely existing.

Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass,Whipped Cream (& Other Delights)

Sex should be a like banquet or a smorgasbord... when you hear, 'come to my table' you know it will be quite unforgettable." 12/25/2018 1:46 pm"

Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass, A Taste of Honey


"Life is a banquet, and most poor sons-of-bitches are starving to death!" Mame (1974)

I haven’t had a response yet. But I’m wondering…

  • What do YOU think? Are food and sex comparable? If so, tell me how you think they are or aren't.

  • And if I bid you, “come to my table”, would you?

  • Please comment.

    Oh and what do you think I should I call my blog?

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