Remember that sex we were planning to have, ever again?

Zoe ,'Our Mrs. Reynolds'


Spike's Bitches 22: You've got Angel breath  

[NAFDA] Spike-centric discussion. Lusty, lewd (only occasionally crude), risque (and frisque), bawdy (Oh, lawdy!), flirty ('cuz we're purty), raunchy talk inside. Caveat lector.


Beverly - Feb 09, 2005 9:45:32 am PST #12 of 10001
Days shrink and grow cold, sunlight through leaves is my song. Winter is long.

First ten?

Heh. Well, first dozen, anyway. It loaded, and loaded, and loaded. Many Bitches trying for the first few posts.

And now I must away for erranding.


Maria - Feb 09, 2005 9:45:39 am PST #13 of 10001
Not so nice is that I'm about to ruin a Friday morning for a bunch of people because of a series of unfortunate events and an upset foreign government. - shrift

Yay!!! Shiny.


beth b - Feb 09, 2005 9:46:02 am PST #14 of 10001
oh joy! Oh Rapture ! I have a brain!

Oh good it is here - so I can go do something instead of waiting fo rthe thread to pop up.


beathen - Feb 09, 2005 9:46:40 am PST #15 of 10001
Sure I went over to the Dark Side, but just to pick up a few things.

horay! now I can do some work!

I know! I was waiting for the new thread so I could be one of the first to post and then go do actual work.


beth b - Feb 09, 2005 9:47:02 am PST #16 of 10001
oh joy! Oh Rapture ! I have a brain!

and here is what I was going to post in the last thread

I don't think I needed a number of partners to discover or learn about sex - however I would have 32/33 if I had waited until I was married. I think sex would have been too important if I waited that long


Laura - Feb 09, 2005 9:47:49 am PST #17 of 10001
"Against all evidence, I keep thinking the assholes are outliers." - James Holden

snerk At this rate we will be at 23 by end of week.

Nothing new to add until I skim the last few hundred posts, but Yippee! on getting the first post.

back to your regularly scheduled bitching


Lyra Jane - Feb 09, 2005 9:48:54 am PST #18 of 10001
Up with the sun

Mmmm, new thread smell.

Obviously, I respect Nilly's choices in the matter. Most people aren't Nilly, though. And I don't think it's driven out of that kind of thoughtful spirituality, but social pressure and shame.

So what you're saying (leaving Nilly out of this) is, "I believe that someone I know and like can make this choice rationally and spiritually, but all those people I don't know are driven by shame and peer pressure"?

That gives very little credit to "most people." Honestly? It strikes me as the kind of thing right-wingers are talking about when they say liberals are intolerant. I'm sure that's not how you meant it, but it is what comes across.


Lee - Feb 09, 2005 9:49:37 am PST #19 of 10001
The feeling you get when your brain finally lets your heart get in its pants.

Oooh, new thread.


Ginger - Feb 09, 2005 9:50:18 am PST #20 of 10001
"It didn't taste good. It tasted soooo horrible. It tasted like....a vodka martini." - Matilda

I wanted to say how cute ChiKat and BF are, but I ran out of thread.


erikaj - Feb 09, 2005 9:52:23 am PST #21 of 10001
This machine kills fascists

"Passion and Purity" sounds like the myth about disabled women and sex, kind of. If God made me too, Her sense of humor is stranger than mine.(We're supposed to be either too spiritually attuned or not sharp enough.) Jeez, go to pay bills, and I miss the sex talk. I don't believe I will ever be married...that would be a long haul.