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Thursday, March 8, 2018

March=Questions?

I've only recently learned this in looking around at some of the posts my fellow bloggers were doing. So, I thought: why not me? (and since 'why not?' is a question, we're already off to a head start!) So, let's set the atmosphere for a little "Q&A":


Rosa and I don't scene/role-play much, but a long while back we did do a sort of 'military interrogation/torture scene'. Only being from South America, Rosa dressed more like a guerilla rebel than a Nazi.

Close, but Rosa was wearing more of a revealing vest/tank top combination.......she DOES love Ernesto Guevara though.

It was kind of fun, but not really our thing. She was sexy as hell though! Anyway, if anyone has a question they've always wanted to ask, fire away. 

( But be warnedjuicy threats may make me less inclined to talk)

I'm not sure if she's torturing him.....or checking his oil?










8 comments:

  1. Ah, we tried the interrogation role play thing ONCE a long time ago and it was fun until something triggered a bunch of emotions in me and i broke down and bawled. Thankfully it happened during back in the day when alcohol still hadn't figured out how to knock me out (unlike now) so BIKSS untied me, lay me in bed and got me a couple of shots of whisky to calm me down.

    Trivia over, let's get down to questions - my question is, do you enjoy musical theatre (broadway type things etc) / movies, and if you do, which is your favourite musical?

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    1. Musical theater. Oh my. (If you asked this at a party with any of my RL family or friends around, they'd be shaking their heads thinking, 'oh shit, she did it now'. LOL)

      To keep this from becoming a full tirade and keep it to just a rant, let me first say.....yes, I do like SOME musical theater.....BUT I am EXTREMELY fussy about it. To the point where if a musical even remotely triggers a feeling of triteness, commercial banality, or trendiness, I will tear it to shreds and stomp on the pieces.

      I tend to gravitate to the 'classics'.....like Oklahoma or Music Man for theater, and movies like "Singin' in the Rain" or "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers". Being a fan of Arthur Legend, I can handle "Camelot", but admit it has some weak spots. Similarly, being a lover of the creepy, "Sweeney Todd" holds a place in my heart....but it too has some "I-need-to-go-get-another-drink-during-this-number" songs (Johanna? Ugh!) And I did enjoy going to the very creepy revival of Kurt Weill's Threepenny Opera with Alan Cumming several years back.

      But......things like Phantom? Les Mis? Cats? I'd rather tear my own head off. Lion King on Broadway? Now I want to tear their heads off. And movies like "Moulin Rouge"? Now not only do I want to tear their heads off....but go after their families as well. ;-)

      When I still went to Broadway, I preferred dramas....because to me that's what NY theater should be. But I have seen some musicals that were....tolerable. Due to several factors I don't do Broadway anymore, but I don't feel like I'm missing anything.

      LOL you asked. ;-)

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    2. I did ask. And what an exciting answer that was. Also i dont know why google wont let me comment as myself so now i have to comment as a guest and use my name. Argh.

      Thank u for the answer tho. I hated moulin rouge. I liked sweeney. I do like the lion king and cats and phantom and les mis types. And avenue Q was a real treat.

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    3. You seem to have a broader tolerance. I will admit a few have appealed to me in recent years but I am always suspicious. Two favorite movies of mine were both made into musicals: The Producers and Monty Python's Holy Grail became Spamalot. I thought I was going to hate Spamalot and loved it.......but the musical version of the Producers was TERRIBLE! They totally ruined the story by making the female secretary into a love interest.

      One that surprised me was "The Boy from Oz".I got dragged to it with enormous reservation and ended up thinking it wasn't bad at all.

      And I don't know if you could call it a musical but "The Song of Jacob Zulu" was different and interesting.

      Anyway, we have some decent local theater groups nearby and sometimes I'll go there too.

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  2. Can't do it. "Checking his oil" made me laugh!

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    1. I'm glad. Everyone needs a laugh.....and an oil change every 3000 miles.

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  3. Hi! I'm just now coming to your blog, which is very interesting! So you may have already talked about this in a post I haven't seen. When did you first know you were into kink? Is there a story to tell about how that happened? (And tell the story, if you like...)

    Thanks!!

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    1. Hi, Olivia, and welcome. Please feel free to go back and look around. There have been a lot of good topics in the past..... and humor too.

      I have done some posts about past things that I felt led to where I'm at, but the very core of my kink goes back to VERY early childhood. I had a picture on my wall of the Old Lady Who Lived in a Shoe spanking one of her kids and I always was fascinated by it. But I'd have to say that the first time I intentionally self-spanked myself with a small, clear plastic hairbrush I knew I was different. And that had to be somewhere in early Grammar School. There were other things too that went back even earlier. I remember getting up early on Saturday mornings to watch cartoons and take off my PJs so I could be naked under a blanket. I was so young ....somewhere between toddler and pre-school.....that I remember one time I had a hard time getting them back on and had to go to my parents for help. And I already knew to lie that the reason my PJ's were off was because I was trying to get dressed by myself. I guess I was always a little pervert.

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