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October 14, 2010

still whining

Still can’t use the phone for blogging so I don’t blog. No time for sitting at the computer. That old dinosaur.

Anyone read New Moon from the Twilight series? Not very good writing, but it is somehow very revealing about a young girl’s psychology. Bella, the star, is a human who wants to be a vampire. Only because she falls in love with a gorgeous vampire at high school. He’s older, about three hundred, but still looks 17. He’s also very strong, and is capable of killing her. That is a big turn on for Bella.
There’s occasions when I’m so horny I want to choke the hell out of my girlfriend. Or I want to squeeze her till she poops I’m so excited to see her. I’m always biting her arm until she knees me in the balls.
Apparently this is part of the human dance of attraction.
Bella wants very much to make love to Edward, the vampire, but he won’t do anything more than light kissing, for fear he may hurt her. Or kill her. Or turn her into a vampire. So she pines away after this ideal man who is wiser and willing to go slow.
Of course New Moon is the second in the series, and introduces werewolves, but I’m not gonna try to explain how this describes teenage boys, you’ll just have to read it yourself. Or watch the movie.

I hope to be able to upload photos soon. In the meantime, with less frequent posts, maybe you can get more work done…

1 Comment

  1. If you read something, and it’s a turn on, then you may be turned on trying to do it… I know it’s happened to me a few times (though usually I just jerk off to it, not try to act it out…)
    In your case, feeling like you have power over someone is a fairly common turn on. It’ll keep going until you decide it’s not a turn on, or you find something else that is a bigger turn on…

    Comment by Belcat — October 16, 2010 @ 6:32 pm

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