2006-09-13 07:23 am (UTC)
Except for one, highly specific exception, food being spread or smeared on people's bodies just turns me right off!
Out of curiousity, what's the exception?
That's another 100 days post :)
See, I'm foreshadowing! Ever the writer...
Does anyone else find blatant foreshadowing in books annoying (I'm not talking about subtle stuff hidden in the text that you look back on later and go Oh! That's cool). The kind that witters on about, "Little did we know the terror that was to come" and so forth.
2006-09-13 08:23 am (UTC)
Yep! Though I don't mind if it's in the one scene or chapter.
2006-09-13 11:51 am (UTC)
Ooh yes, that's lazy writing. They should make us want to read on with the writing we are currently reading, not by telling us there's something we might be interested in later on...
I've no idea why, it's certainly not related to any direct experiences I've had, but a girl wearing a skirt and bobby or long socks I find incredibly sexy.
Woohoo! I'm in with a chance! *rfol*
That's great! So who are you again? *grin*
Who on earth ever supposed you were "rough and tough"? ;-)
Shut up or I'll smack you down like the bitch you are!
*bursts into tears, runs away*
I have the problem of non matching socks which I don't mind but it drives Ken crazy when he can't match my socks up when he folds the clothes .
That is really funny! I can almost see the vein pulsing on his forehead!
Can't match because the other sock isn't in there, or can't match because he can't distinguish the colours? I would have thought wearing non-matching things would have been more of a problem for him.
I (mostly) solved this recently by buying lots of *different* coloured pairs of socks, instead of just the usual black or white. Much easier to match up, and now my feet look more interesting :)
I prefer wearing odd socks. Have for a long time. Easier and more fun than making them match.
Hmm, I haven't tried wearing odd socks, it goes against my nature. Perhaps I should try it for that very reason :)
I was always a "socks must match" person, to the point where it drove me nuts. Then one day I decided to deliberately wear non-matching socks. Now I always do, except for red & white stripeys.
Of course, I now sometimes get funny if my socks are too similar looking...
2006-09-14 11:20 pm (UTC)
I tried last night after my shower, but I just couldn't do it! I'm so repressed *sob*
You need to hang with me for a few days, with plenty of late night conversations and going out to try on new clothes. We'll either knock the edges off the repression, or you'll stab me to death.
Either way, it'll be liberating for you!
i love bobby socks! Love love love them - don't own any :( alas.
I like the idea of some situations and food in a sensual sense, but... mainly i'm just curious as to how it will feel on my skin - and in some cases, bathe in it.
MMmmm... Bathing in lettuce...
lol - crinkly!
top of my list is milk :)
With you on the food. Actually, food and bodily fluids in general. I think you mentioned money shots in a previous post...
I read something recently about how wearing socks to bed is supposed to be a bad thing (not sure if it was just sex related or not). But it's better than the alternative of freezing cold feet giving someone else in the bed a fright when you get in.
A lot of the bodily fluid stuff leaves me cold. The money shots I had a problem with for years, there's often an attitude that I dislike that seems inherent the way it's handled.
Having had a lover who got off on that turned me around on it, but only in fairly specific cases. Most I still find quite icky.
I can't sleep if my feet are hot. But I'm happy to let Shaz put her cold feet on me in bed, doesn't usually bother me.
But jelly wrestling is hilarious!
There are whole genres of Japanese sock fetish porn. The sort of porn that only the fetishist classes as porn.
Jelly wrestling is hilarious... but not if it's done as a turn-on. Blah!
Japan is such a large market, I think they cater to every bizarre fetish.
Having been in a high-school jelly fight (damn but that was fun) I can tell you that jelly may be slippery to start with, but once it starts drying on your skin/clothes/hair it's one of the *stickiest*, least pleasant feeling substances known to man. How anyone can find that romantic is beyond me. Indeed, I could see it making sex a highly painful and potentially dangerous activity...
(also, odd-sock-wearers solidarity, whooooo!!)