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Virgin Slave, Barbarian King

PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:39 am
by Mike Strutter
Furbs
Very true .. checks Internets to remind oneselve what sex is again ...:)

Virgin Slave, Barbarian King

PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:43 am
by diablo
staroffurby wrote:purple headed love truncheon


I can see Carbara Bartland using that phrase - often. :)

Virgin Slave, Barbarian King

PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:43 am
by Whirliegig
and then theres the Bad Sex Award, you know, the one Alan Titchmarsh won.

Bad sex award exposes this year's nominees
http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2008/nov/20/bad-sex-award-fiction


Alisatir Campbells been nominated this year...

The former spin doctor may take heart from the implication that his debut is an "otherwise sound literary novel".

Campbell of course has some earlier practice in depicting sex, having written pornography for Forum magazine under the pseudonym the Riviera Gigolo early in his career, but a passage set on a bench has catapulted Campbell onto the list: "He wasn't sure where his penis was in relation to where he wanted it to be, but when her hand curled around it once more, and she pulled him towards her, it felt right," Campbell writes. "Then as her hand joined the other on his neck and she started making more purring noises, now with little squeals punctuating them, he was pretty sure he was losing his virginity."



:D

Virgin Slave, Barbarian King

PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:45 am
by martyn20
Whirliegig wrote:and then theres the Bad Sex Award, you know, the one Alan Titshmarsh won.

Bad sex award exposes this year's nominees
http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2008/nov/20/bad-sex-award-fiction


Alisatir Campbells been nominated this year...

The former spin doctor may take heart from the implication that his debut is an "otherwise sound literary novel".

Campbell of course has some earlier practice in depicting sex, having written pornography for Forum magazine under the pseudonym the Riviera Gigolo early in his career, but a passage set on a bench has catapulted Campbell onto the list: "He wasn't sure where his penis was in relation to where he wanted it to be, but when her hand curled around it once more, and she pulled him towards her, it felt right," Campbell writes. "Then as her hand joined the other on his neck and she started making more purring noises, now with little squeals punctuating them, he was pretty sure he was losing his virginity."



:D


:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: What a twat

Virgin Slave, Barbarian King

PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:48 am
by Mike Strutter
Whirlie
Thats Dreadful ....hahahaha

Riviera Gigolo =TW*T

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:52 am
by Bowker's cat
Whirliegig wrote:
Mike Strutter wrote:I have a dirty lil secret to confess .... :oops: :oops:

Some of you may know ...but ..

I used write short stories for Mens mags in the late 80s , Paul Raymond publishing , :oops: :eek: :eek4:



wow Mike - I'm impressed.

And i dont thinkyou should feels its a dirty little secret - theres stuff in these romance books ive posted thats similar - and Mills andBoon dont consider themselves dirty. And they are certainly more raunchy than you might think -

its like furby wrote in an earlier thread - about womens sexual needs being therapy, whe for a man its just smut - women get "romantic fiction" for titilation, and its absolutely socially acceptable.

Reminds me a wee bit of Queen Victoria not believing that lesbians exist ( if thats actually true) - like women dont read Mills and Boon for the dirty bits....just the romance! :rofl:


Can't remember if it was on television yesterday or I read something yesterday, but theres a theory that the Victorians refused to believe that lesbians existed because they had so many young female servants sharing beds they were afraid of drawing attention to the idea.

I seem to remember watching a documentary about Bernard Cornwell (?) discussing how he got started. he said he read a lot of books, worked out what was good, what created a decent pace, bunged it all on a graph for timings etc and then wrote his first book. Not that dissimilar to the marker pen method really. :chin:

Virgin Slave, Barbarian King

PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:59 am
by Whirliegig
Bowker's cat wrote:
Whirliegig wrote:
Mike Strutter wrote:I have a dirty lil secret to confess .... :oops: :oops:

Some of you may know ...but ..

I used write short stories for Mens mags in the late 80s , Paul Raymond publishing , :oops: :eek: :eek4:



wow Mike - I'm impressed.

And i dont thinkyou should feels its a dirty little secret - theres stuff in these romance books ive posted thats similar - and Mills andBoon dont consider themselves dirty. And they are certainly more raunchy than you might think -

its like furby wrote in an earlier thread - about womens sexual needs being therapy, whe for a man its just smut - women get "romantic fiction" for titilation, and its absolutely socially acceptable.

Reminds me a wee bit of Queen Victoria not believing that lesbians exist ( if thats actually true) - like women dont read Mills and Boon for the dirty bits....just the romance! :rofl:


Can't remember if it was on television yesterday or I read something yesterday, but theres a theory that the Victorians refused to believe that lesbians existed because they had so many young female servants sharing beds they were afraid of drawing attention to the idea.

I seem to remember watching a documentary about Bernard Cornwell (?) discussing how he got started. he said he read a lot of books, worked out what was good, what created a decent pace, bunged it all on a graph for timings etc and then wrote his first book. Not that dissimilar to the marker pen method really. :chin:


I suppose its a bit like the Golden Section - there is a plottable formula which proportionally works...

Virgin Slave, Barbarian King

PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 1:01 am
by Mike Strutter
or those monkies at typewriters ..lol