Weak in the Knees

I rarely have sex like that anymore and her unusual method caused a really intense sensation which made my butt cheeks clinch together.  It is like riding a bicycle, as even if you fall off a few times, when you get back on it still feels amazing.  She called it the Butterfly and she would lay on the bed while I was standing up.  She would shimmy to the edge of the bed and rest her legs on my chest, hooking them on my shoulders for leverage.  She had me place my hands on her hips to help lift her up.  I thought that the Kamasutra was extinct, but she told me that this was position #76 and it allowed her to feel super submissive and dominated.  Hope was a funny girl and she was very understanding and the moments we spent with each other are portraits of time for me.

Written for Roger Shipp’s Daily Addictions prompt – Hope, for the Daily Spur prompt – Understanding, for FOWC with Fandango – Rarely, for Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt – Funny girl, for January Writing Prompts – Portraits of time, for Ragtag Community – Extinct, for GC and Sue W Weekly Prompt – Unusual and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Clinch.

Rodgers and Hammerstein

The King and I were playing cricket and he told me that I looked pretty good in my pants, or trousers as he called them.  My trousers were loose, so as to not affect my running speed, but I think what he liked were the transparent hearts that I had stitched on to them.  He asked me if I would model my pants for the Queen, as he felt that she had to see them.  We were playing backyard cricket, which is also known as street cricket, and this is a faster, more frenetic variant of formal cricket, because the King said that he loved taking it to the streets, as he felt this scheme would encourage the very young to play.  The King was a fanatic and he had hope that everyone in his kingdom would want to play.

The crease area was demarcated by white lines made with chalk to help corroborate legal play areas in different ways for the fielding and batting side.  These lines defined the area within which the batsmen and bowlers operate.  Since Cricket is a rather slow game, I asked the King if he would permit me to light up a doobie and he said that was fine as long as he did not get a hallucination from it.

Written for Sheryl’s Daily Word Prompt – Corroborate, for Roger Shipp’s Daily Addictions prompt – Pants, for the Daily Spur prompt – Model, for FOWC with Fandango – Permit, for Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt – The King and I, for January Writing Prompts – Transparent hearts, for Ragtag Community – Hope, for Di’s Three Things Challenge prompt words – Cricket Hallucination Chalk, for GC and Sue W Weekly Prompt – The street and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Scheme.

Another Renewal

I have been saying for a while that I want to learn something new, but I have not made a declaration of what that will be yet.  When I was young, I loved watching Zorro movies and I always thought about learning how to fence with a sword.  Zorro was an honest guy that hid his face behind a mask to protect his identity, which is kind of like Fandango wearing that bag over his head.  Douglas Fairbanks was the first Zorro and he played the role of a swashbuckler in several other movies.  Fencing looks easy enough to do, but it is way more than just banging swords together and this fashionable art of swordsmanship was practiced by the aristocracy.  I did learn that the remise is a renewal of an attack in fencing, but I never pursued this.

I had a job installing swimming pools and putting up privacy fences around them.  Fences usually face severe weathering, thus the finish will most likely last no more than three years before it is due for renewal.  My nephew has an invisible fence for his dogs, so they can run around in his yard and I could see a fence being useful for protecting chickens or bunnies from wild predators, but I read that sheep always find a way to get out of fences and maybe that is all part of being sheepish.  Trump is getting see-through fences instead of a wall.

Joshua marched around the city of Jericho seven times before the walls came tumbling down.  In 539 B.C., Persian soldiers breached the fortified walls of Babylon in the battle of Opis, which had a fortified defensive barrier known as the Median Wall.  The Great Wall of China did not prevent Genghis Khan and his Mongolian army from conquering 13th century China.  Constantinople’s ring of fortifications could not stop the Ottomans from taking over what is modern-day Istanbul.  Since the fall of the Berlin Wall nations have continued to build barriers on their borders.

Last night massive 20-ton sanitation trucks, weighted with an extra 15 tons of sand, were utilized to surround the Times Square New Year’s Eve celebration in order to thwart any would be terrorists.  Times Square is in the Midtown Manhattan at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and it stretches from West 42nd Street to West 47th.  Now that we are in a brand-new year, the light bulb moment will commence and the Christmas decorations will start to come down while the temperatures outside are still frigid.  It is a bit strange that while writing this post, I got an email titled Renewal by Anderson.

Written for Sheryl’s Daily Word Prompt – Declaration, for Roger Shipp’s Daily Addictions prompt – First, for the Daily Spur prompt – Ship, for FOWC with Fandango – Honest, for Christine’s Daily Writing Prompt – 42nd Street, for December Writing Prompts – The light bulb moment, for Ragtag Community – Frigid, for Di’s Three Things Challenge prompt words – Bunnies Saying Sheepish, for GC and Sue W Weekly Prompts – Something New and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Renewal.

Inextricably Linked

Are alien anal probes used for shits and giggles, or are these extra-terrestrial beings just trying to get to the bottom of things?  Are these aliens from Uranus, or are they using anal probes because they enjoy being around black holes?  Why do aliens find it necessary to explore human rectums, is this really part of being an explorer?  What is the actual purpose of this extraterrestrial excremental experimentation?  We can all agree that it is some type of exam and most times the abductee is put to sleep or otherwise disoriented, so it is not certain how long the duration of this procedure lasts.  Some people might consider this to be a perk, but I expect that most will look at this as an invasion.

You would think that since aliens have reached us, that they are infinitely technologically superior, so why do they carry these proctology instruments with them and why does this seem to be their first order of business after making such a long trip?  Did they do this to the ancient people who built the pyramids to make them work harder, or have them believe that they are Gods?  Is this their way of putting a stamp on their authority over people and make them taciturn, so they would follow orders and not ask any questions?  Is it just people that they are interested in, or would they perform an anal probing on a crocodile or a rambunctious reindeer?

Is there a hiatus at some time during the exam that allows the person to recover, or do they just continue the probing nonstop?  One abductee described their experience as if they were being penetrated by a Yule log and they said when it was over there were no Holiday treats.

Written Sheryl’s Daily Word Prompt – Duration, for Roger Shipp’s Daily Addictions prompt – Stamp, for the Daily Spur prompt – Exam, for FOWC with Fandango – Expect, for December Writing Prompts – Rambunctious reindeer, for Ragtag Community – Taciturn, for Di’s Three Things Challenge prompt words – Perk Hiatus Crocodile, for GC and Sue W Weekly Prompt – Holiday treats and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Yule.

Cream of the Crop

Cream is a dairy product composed of the higher-fat layer skimmed from the top of milk before homogenization.  Cream is the fat in cow’s milk that rises to the top and it contains saturated fat, which has been linked to high cholesterol, so it should be used in moderation.  Cream is processed in a creamery and you can buy milk products there like yogurt and ice cream.  In a creamery you might find pies and cakes or maybe even a coffeehouse and there could even be a confectionery there selling candy and other sweets.  Creameries and confectioners both located under the same roof, it doesn’t get much better than that.

I used to live in Wisconsin which became the leading dairy state in 1915, producing more butter and cheese than any other.  The slogan ‘America’s Dairyland’ has been on Wisconsin license plates for more than 75 years, evoking images of red barns and peaceful fields full of black and white dairy cows all wearing a bell around their necks.  Their cheese is something that they are proud of, just ask any Green Bay Packer fan, but what I like the best is the bratwurst that you can get in Wisconsin.  On a scale of 1 to 10, I give it a 10 and if you ever go to Wisconsin, I urge you to try the bratwurst.  Marcus Gavius Apicius a Roman gourmet who wrote the first cookbook devoted whole pages in his book to sausage making, but the first recipe for making the bratwurst comes from Thuringia in Bavaria and it dates all the way back to 1432.  Madison, Wisconsin will hold their annual festival of the bratwurst on May 22-24 in 2020 and as they call it the World’s Largest Brat Fest, between the food, music and fireworks, it should be a very festive event.

Oh, Lawdy Mama just talking about bratwurst makes me want to eat a whole tray of them.  They go best with beer, but I guess you could wash it down with some tea, although not tea made from the teapot, it would need to be iced tea.  Milwaukee, Wisconsin has a lot of breweries including, Schlitz, Pabst, Blatz and Miller.  I never had a Blatz beer and I read that it was sold to Pabst and that it is currently produced by Miller, but it does sound like a strange brew and I bet it would make you high as a kite, if you drank enough of it.  My dad drank Pabst and that was the first beer that I tried.  He used to let me have some sips from his can from when I was about seven.  Beer is a good invention and it produces a lot of happiness.  It is a good drink for a wedding, as long as you don’t drink too much and end up falling down the stairs.

Written for Sheryl’s Daily Word Prompt – Urge, for Roger Shipp’s Daily Addictions prompt – Tray, for the Daily Spur prompt – Scale, for FOWC with Fandango – Stairs, for December Writing Prompts – Creameries and confectioners, for Ragtag Community – Wedding, for Di’s Three Things Challenge prompt words – Kite Happiness Bell, for GC and Sue W Weekly Prompt – The Teapot and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Festive.

That’s Another Story

The swamp overflowed under his leadership, as he was only concerned with his wall.  His strategy was to deflect and attack anyone who did not agree with him.  The Saudi oil and the relationship that he wanted to maintain with Putin was his biggest weakness.  He does not seem to care about his own people and nobody knows about how him being so unbalanced will affect them.  The impeachment hearings seem like a waste of time, as it would be rare for the Republican led Senate to not try to keep him in office, even when they are presented with overwhelming evidence of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.  This process is necessary to protect the Constitution, which may be the best thing ever made for democracy.

I will try not to lose any sleep over these proceedings, but at the same time I just can’t wait for this to come to a climax.  Maybe I am a little kooky, or just eccentric, but I always think of the Democrats as the Good, the Republicans as the Bad and Trump as the Ugly.  He is just a bad guy, a dangerous person who is pretending to be harmless, like a wolf in sheep’s clothing.  Environmentalists have pointed out over and over again how dangerous global warming is, but he doesn’t see a shell of evidence in their findings and this is enough to make a sane person blush.  In addition, nearly half of the people who actually voted for Trump don’t really like him, they just voted against Hillary, because Russian interference told them to do that.   I will sing Joy To the World if he gets removed from office and I won’t be sending him any stocking stuffers, but that’s another story.

Written for Tyler M Deal 5 Words Prompt – Weakness Wall Oil Affect Attack, for Sheryl’s Daily Word Prompt – Eccentric, for Roger Shipp’s Daily Addictions prompt – Sing, for the Daily Spur prompt – Addition, for FOWC with Fandango – Rare, for December Writing Prompts – The best thing ever made, for Ragtag Community – Sleep, for Di’s Three Things Challenge prompt words – Blush Wolf Shell, for GC and Sue W Weekly Prompt – Stocking stuffers and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Climax.

American Folk Song

I learned the ribald song ‘Bang, Bang Lulu’ when I was in grade school.  I guess I was the right age for thinking that profanity was cool, but in this song all the curse words are inferred and the song sort of jumps over them, thus the bad words are only implied.  It is a rhyming song and the part that I remember went, “Bang, bang Lulu bang, bang Lulu, lulu is going to die.  Lulu had a boyfriend, who worked as a trucker.  She took him back to her house to let him…  Lulu had a brother his name was Tiny Tim, she put him in the toilet bowl to teach him how to swim.  He swam to the bottom, he swam to the top, Lulu got excited and she grabbed him by the…  Cocktail, ginger ale five cents a glass, if you don’t like it, you can shove it up your…  Ask me no more questions, tell me no more lies.  The boys are in the girl’s bathroom, zipping down their…  Flies are in the city.  Bees are in the park.  Tommy and his girlfriend, are kissing in the…”  Well you get the idea; this peculiar song can basically go on forever, or at least till you become fried from singing it.

I was always taught that swearing was wrong and one time my dad actually punished me by washing my mouth out with soap for saying words that I should not have been saying.  A parent can’t continuously threaten to do something and not act on it, as if they never make good on their threat, it will be taken as a joke.  This punishment sunk into my reptilian brain and I never cursed in front of my dad again.  A good friend of mine always felt that it was cute when his little sister used curse words and this four-year-old girl swore like a sailor.  I did admire her passion and the zeal that she put into this, and at times I found this to be hilarious and entertaining, but I always thought that this girl should be making sand castle creations instead of cursing.  This potty mouth girl let her older brother plant words in her mouth, and from my perspective, that seemed a shade unfair to her.

Sticks and stones can hurt you, but swearing is only words.  Since it is not possible to offend technology, many people enjoy swearing at their mobile phone digital assistants, instead of giving thanks for the help they are providing.  People like to swear at Siri, insult Alexa and curse at Cortana, because it is fun to see how these bots will respond.  These bots are adaptive and they will learn inappropriate responses if they are exposed to enough crude, and vulgar behavior, they may go off the rails.  If you tell Siri that she is useless, she will probably respond with, “You have a right to feel that way.”

Written for Sheryl’s Daily Word Prompt – Peculiar, for Roger Shipp’s Daily Addictions prompt – Fried, for the Daily Spur prompt – Zeal, for FOWC with Fandango – Plant, for November Writing Prompts – Sand castle creations, for Ragtag Community – Reptilian, for Di’s Three Things Challenge prompt words – Shade Brother Mobile, for GC and Sue W Weekly Prompts – Giving thanks and for Word of the Day Challenge Prompt – Ribald.