It’s not really your choice, is it?
… and thirty fingers…
(Ok, yeah, that was too far. I’m cutting myself off for the night lol.)
Thank you for a different version of the most common question in my inbox. Let me try answering it in a different way. (You can page back through my tumblr and find answers to this question in old posts too, if you want a different answer.)
Have you heard the story about the little boy who had the pet bunny? This little boy wanted more than anything for the bunny to fly. He tried encouraging the bunny to fly first by telling it how much he would like it if the bunny could fly. First hinting, then hinting a little stronger, then finally just asking the bunny to fly. He tried tossing the bunny in giant bunny hops, lobbing the little guy higher and higher each time. He seemed to be trying, the little bunny did, but the results did not make the boy happy. He wanted the bunny to fly. He next went out to the field and showed the bunny his older brother’s pet, for his brother had a hawk that was growing strong and would soar every day for hours on end. Together they watched the hawk spin ever higher until he was lost in the spires of clouds, and now the bunny had a good example. After this lesson, the little boy was quite sure the bunny knew what to do. So then he climbed to the top of a tree, uttering words of love and encouragement again reminded the bunny how happy the little boy would be if his bunny could fly, and gave the little guy a good hard toss. Now, to be fair, this time he did go a little farther. He might have even bounced through some tree branches, his ears were flapping, and his little legs certainly were trying to find purchase on the air, but the little boy, now growing frustrated, was most unhappy and unfulfilled. He wanted a bunny that could fly. He wanted this bunny to fly, and he turned his little boy eye to the roof of the house…
I could go on, but I think you get the point? The story does not have a happy ending. Be careful of asking people (or animals or things) to do something against their nature. The results are rarely fulfilling.
(Perhaps I’m pessimistic. In some cases, the obvious (i.e., talking to him) might uncover some exciting directions for you both, but I’ve seen too many cases where people want their partners to be something they are not.)
I have six arms.
There is a little right arrow beside the spinny thing (that’s technical website design terms right there for ya) that pages forward, but I had turned off endless scroll. It’s back on now so you should be able to page away to your heart’s (?) content… one handed. Scroll away. ;)
don’t tell my mom I like to be choked
Newsflash: she probably knows. You probably got her hair color, maybe her eye color… you think that’s all you got from her? Lol… good chance there might’ve been a little choking involved in your conception. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news…
please delete this I find it incredibly disrespectful. this was a joke about the real housewives. you should never think about anything sexual in regards to my mother
You do realize it wasn’t actually about your mother? As for your injunction that I “should never think anything sexual in regards to [your] mother”, rest assured that I do not lol. It was simply a (funny) joke. It never occurred to me that someone would think a reply to a text post was directed to them personally, because that’s not how the internets work, but please do accept my apologies for offending you. Also, for the record, deleting a pic is one thing (and something I think tumblr owners should do when asked), but I think asking for a text post to be deleted is a little above and beyond what is reasonable. Nonetheless, I did delete it.
We’re gonna have to agree to disagree on this one, Anon. Lol.
Yeah I’ve had the same thought, but most things we say about sex are funny in one way or another. It does make it seem a little trivial, like “yesterday I wore a red shirt and went lesbian.” Language is silly.