Tuesday, September 28, 2010

A Special Thanks to All My Followers

I want to thank all my followers. We do truly appreciate it each and everytime you stop by.

We do need more comments. Or even little check off in the Reactions boxes. I know most of you are here for the images. hey that's why I post them. Also just try Ask Me Anything.
What do we need to do different?

Please we need more feedback. Stroke my ego and my clitty.

Just Perfect

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Care To Join Me

Just a Peek

Ear Rings Count!

There Are Some Exceptions!

Nice Nips

Reality Series Update!

Follower H has listed some possible titles.. Here they are

Big Sister" (play on big brother)
Inside out
Fantasy Island

Who else can help us brainstorm?

How Well Do You Know Your Boss?


Saturday, September 18, 2010

Join Me

Slideshows: Some are hot, but I like your taste in pictures much better.

Thank you ... I thought it might be a nice diversion.

Ask me anything

No offense .. can you describe your life as hooker ..?

No offense taken ... first I am not a hooker per se.... have i been paid for sex.... yes ... have done escorting ... yes ... do i have to be paid for sex.... not really!

My life is full of sex, kinky adventures, more sex, shopping, partying, bondage, more sex, kinky sex, bondage ... where do I start?

My days and weeks are just like yours ... perhaps with one exception ... i not only have sex on my mind all day long ... i get and need it daily.

Ask me anything


Thursday, September 9, 2010

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Today's Word "Amative"

Amative \AM-uh-tiv\ (adjective) - Pertaining to or disposed to love, especially sexual love; full of love; amorous.

"Theoretically, any given left-kisser should meet more right-kissers and, over an amative lifetime, or even good year in junior high, be subtly pressured to shift to the right in order to land a wet one -- or just avoid a broken nose. No?" -- Donald G. McNeil Jr., 'Pucker Up, Sweetie, and Tilt Right'

Amative comes from Medieval Latin amativus , "capable of love," from the past participle of Latin amare , "to love."