Stuff like this bugs me!
Why give credit to males for something like this? Any girl or woman can be into sports and enjoy things which are cool (outside, far outside, from cosmetics, beauty routines and all that so called girlie stuff).
Why do we still have that tomboy attitude when it comes to women?
It’s really strange now that we are so accepting of transgenderism that we still expect women/ girls to be girly and call them something else if they’re not.
Not a tomboy, just ungirly.
Source: 20 Signs Being Girly Is Not Your Thing
How would that feel inside and would the little peggy things come off? It’s interesting. I like texture. Maybe it would feel like little bugs swishing around inside your vagina. Some people would be turned off by that idea. I’d be turned off if it were something other than fantasy.
Source: CalExotics Dr. Joel Kaplan Adjustable Masturbator in Clear.
Today’s title is a sound, not an actual word.
I am tired and I don’t know why. True I took a book to bed with me last night and read about 150 pages before I finally turned out the light. But, I also slept in. That should equal out, right?
But, I started taking medication for depression and OCD (which is short for obsession, really). I didn’t really think I had any abnormal hang ups until I started looking at the things I do a bit closer. I do have a lot of focus for details, especially once something catches my interest. I do get fussy about the smallest things, having them right. Not that I’m a tidy neat freak. Apparently though, being a neat freak is not actually required. Being a hoarder is the other side of the bucket.
Don’t get pictures of hoarders you see on TV. I’m not that extreme. I keep it to one room, mostly. I don’t bring food around here, other than coffee and the occasional snack which I am careful about. I don’t have mice and the only bugs are those attracted to my hoard of paper, not crumbs of food. So, I’m not a disaster of a hoarder. Just a hoarder light. I did get quite a bit of it cleaned up too but it seems to be creeping back. Anyway, that’s a story for another day.
I think the medicine I’m taking is making me tired. That is one of the side effects but I thought by now (over the first month of taking them) Id’ be past that. The tired comes over me all of a sudden. If you have ever taken an allergy pill (anti-histamine) you will know what that’s like. One minute you are fine the next you can’t possibly seem to keep your eyes open and your body wants to melt down and rest on the floor (or something softer if you can pull yourself together long enough). Maybe not everyone reacts to allergy pills that way. I find even the non-drowsy pills get me.
I’m mostly back to working on my sites again. Still getting sucked into little details rather than starting in on the bigger jobs like all those photographs for the exploration which need to be posted to Flickr (no posts since 2013!) and now my own urban exploration site, Wrecky Rat Bird. I also want to find a simple way to watermark my photos. This gets complicated because I don’t want to watermark my originals, just a web copy. Also, I have a lot of photos on Flickr but my originals from years past are burned on CDs and I’m not sure where they are in the clutter. Another thing, I found one of my saved CD’s but it was broken in half. Discouraging. So I guess that is all part of why I keep putting off the big job of posting my photos. Instead I’m fluffing around with plugins which I could really not bother with compared to the actual photo content which I do need.
There won’t be an image with this post. I’m mostly writing to keep myself awake and it seems to be working. So far. But, I need to get more done than this today. I should have gone out to the grocery store but I put that off for another day. I did the same thing yesterday. Urgh and bleh! There are days like that.
Originally posted to ‘BackWash: Where the Wild Things Are’ newsletter, October, 22, 2003.
Are you superstitous? Don’t deny it too quickly. There are sorts of little things we do without even considering them to be a superstition. Do you read horoscopes? How much credit do you give to them? Would you consider your day not as great if you have a poor horoscope? Kind of superstitious aren’t you?
Wicca and Witchcraft are full of superstition though we might deny it. I think, Pagans in general, try to distance themselves from the occult and the superstitions which have all gotten a bad reputation.
It’s funny cause the very stuff they deny is partly what their beliefs are based on. Occult was a word long before Wicca. Meanwhile, I expect superstitions have been around right from the first people on the planet.
Most people think about superstitions around weddings, births and deaths, the major life events. I think those are the times when we are most off balance, in need of some extra sign or guidance that everything will be ok. That’s really what a superstition is. Just that extra assurance that you’re going to be all right.
Of course, some superstitions are safety precautions. You should avoid walking under ladders, breaking mirrors and squishing spiders. Not because you fear having a run of bad luck but because it’s less likely ladders will fall on your head, glass will cut your hand and spiders are needed for eating other bugs. It’s all logical and reasonable.
So go ahead and avoid stepping on cracks, tossing salt over your shoulder and so on, guilt free. Superstitions might be soffed but they have their own purpose and history. As long as they harm none what’s the harm in humouring your own superstitions?
These are cute pirate women but, they aren’t women wearing skimpy pirate costumes. That, bugs me. Pirate women would not be showing a lot of skin or wearing high heels. They would have to be practical. Wearing skimpy stuff on board a ship full of men would not work well when it came to keeping control. Climbing rigging and all of that would be tricky in heels and short skirts too.
Does every Domme/ FemDom like pirate women or is it just me that thinks about these things?
I never understand the anger management issues with spiders. I’ve got one living on the ceiling of my bedroom. He/ she has been there all winter. I’ll catch him/her and dump them outside now that it’s spring.
I know people don’t like spiders. But to feel all this anger towards them is a bit creepy and very unjustified.
No, I don’t pick them up and I don’t choose to keep them around as pets. But, I’m not out to get them either.
Are you having some sort of predator moment? Fearing you will have to share food sources with the spider? They eat bugs, if you’ve sunk that low… reconsider.
Are you afraid of a venomous spider? There are few of them in North America. Relax, the spider isn’t out to eat you. It would be happy to avoid you entirely. You’re not nearly crunchy enough.
This blog has moved to a domain of it’s own. I got tired of Blogger telling me I can’t login to my own account. Still ironing out some bugs (possibly in a literal way) but the posts are up and I won’t be coming back here to update this one again.
Foraging 2.0: Grafting Fruit-Bearing Branches To Neutered City Trees: SFist.
This is interesting to me because we gathered apples from abandoned farms and along the roadside from trees which were pretty forgotten. These apples would be heritage seeds and possibly types of apples no longer grown commercially. Yet they were often a stronger or better type of apple, resistant to bugs and disease. But unpopular for some other reason.
The idea grafting branches never occurred to me. It would give you the chance to have apples much sooner than growing a new tree from seed. Also, a lot of trees grown from seed just don’t make it. Grafting would have a better chance for success, though need more time to keep the tree from going back to it’s roots, literally.
Originally posted to Adult BackWash: Friday June 04, 2004
I know about the whole opening jars, reaching high shelves and squishing icky bugs thing… but do we really need men? Think about it.
When was the last time you couldn’t open a jar by yourself? There are tricks you can figure out. I find running it under the warm water tap and then hitting it around the edges with a knife handle works well. Also smack it on the bottom a few times and see if that sucker doesn’t loosen up.
Next, reaching things. Not every guy is actually tall enough to reach things you can’t reach yourself. Consider getting a step ladder for the rest. Step ladders are pretty much maintenance free.
Down to the bug issue. I have found men are just as icked out about bugs as most women I know. So, really, this is not an advantage to having a man around the house. Squish your own bugs, learn to trap them and flush or dump them outside. However you do it, you can get rid of the squickiest bug without the assistance of a man.
So, what’s left? Sex? Make me laugh! Every woman can learn how to do that herself. Plus no worries about diseasse, unwanted pregnancies or sleeping in wet spots. Quick, clean and to the point.
I used to think I’d like a robot man around. But, really, it would just be one more thing to dust. Get rid of the fantasy and stop looking for a man. Instead become your own man. Whatever you thought you needed from a man you can do for yourself. Just tap your ruby slippers a few times and think about not sharing a bathroom.
Originally posted at Adult BackWash: Sunday April 11, 2004
One unusual thing that does make me kind of hot is… bug sex.
Yeah, I bet you’re laughing now. But, really, bugs are very kinky creatures. Bugs have been kinky since before it was a fashion statement. Bugs don’t even care if it’s fashionable, socially acceptable or gets them off. Well, not in that way exactly. I mean to a bug getting off isn’t about orgasm so much as it’s about having a good meal.
Bugs get away with extreme kinkiness. They eat their lovers, it’s pretty routine for them. They think nothing of a little boyfriend after a good screw. For those who think smoking after sex is bad… HAH! Try ripping off your lovers head and see who’s really bad!
Plus, bugs wear all that kinky armour. You thought leather and rubber were tough, you haven’t seen tough until you wear armour plating to bed. No wonder bugs have so many kinky positions. No one wants to poke an eye out and miss the main event.
Bugs have all kinds of sexual perversions. From where they lay those eggs to how long they can stay at ‘it’, bugs are pretty unique. Think about it… they may exist a short time but they pack a lot of sex into that time. Bugs really are the sluts of the animal world.
I was going to write about a woman who spreads peanut butter on her personal areas and gets her dog to lick it off. But, that is so tame compared to bug sex. Who would be impressed by a pussy licking dog compared to lovers who have sex for four days, then she eats him and uses a passing pedestrian to…
Oh well, you get the idea. Bug sex is hot!