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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 21, 2011 - 2:47pm

True true.  Also, adding to the fetish list; wrists and necks. On the right person; holyshit. wow, this thread has 400 posts.

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 21, 2011 - 8:36pm

Guess we're all competitive. Gotta get that last post, man!

I never much notice people's wrists, but necks, yes, definitely. They can be a dealmaker or breaker.

I am partial to super high stilettos and thigh high socks. On women, not men. I mean, I am heterosexual, but women are beautiful and stilettos plus thigh highs on a woman = all sorts of worlds of wonderful.

I'm reminded of a girl I know -- she has such a fetish for heels that she would only have sex with heels on, and during sex would stare at the shoes the entire time, fixating on them, til she orgasmed. She said it really bothered her partner that she never looked at him (oh really?!). I thought that was really interesting. Like I said, an academic interest. How do people develop these sorts of fetishes? How do they become so strong they overpower almost every other aspect of sex or sexuality? I must know!

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 22, 2011 - 7:41am

Well, i think it goes something like this:

first, there's something you notice that attracts you or turns you on. For example, one of my friends LOVES stripy stockings. So, say you're searching the internet and there's a pinup that sticks deep in your mind, and you think about it loads, figuring out and breaking down why it's so hot. Then you notice! It's the neck/wrist/blood/stocking, etc. This rests in your mind for a while and you forget it. Then, when you're "searching" again, you find the same image, or something similar, and the attraction is stronger. Eventually, you seek out porn of such a fetish. It REALLY turns you on. Soon, it's the only porn you watch. And eventually, when you get a partner, you demand that they do your fetish. ...

at least, that's what i think

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. December 22, 2011 - 9:46am

I feel weird about my fetishes but what fetish isn't weird? Right?

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 22, 2011 - 10:13am

Mr Typewriter Demigod, first you should tell me your name so I don't start calling you Demi or Ms Moore or something equally embarassing I won't be able to resist calling you. Second, that's as good a description for the process I've ever read. Is that sentence grammatically correct? Probably not. It's four AM and I am asleep. It sounds pretty logical to me.

Jack, I think by nature all fetishes are weird, because it's 'weird' to be fixated on something with regard to pretty much any situation. But as long as it's not hurting anyone (well--without their permission?) it's not something anyone should be feeling embarassed about.

Now if we can just convince the general public of this..

Oh, who am I kidding. I gave up on those losers long ago. Lossssssssserrrs.

My fingers are making an L shape on my forehead right now.

I am sleeping now.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 22, 2011 - 10:29am

I go by many names, by Alex, Sam and Muse. Choose one which suits you best, I answer to all three.

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. December 22, 2011 - 10:33am

I can't help it, if you don't want me to watch, don't eat the damn corn dog so sexually. Whore. 

Alright, I'm to the point of talking to myself on a forum. I think every thread turns sexual on here. Writers must be oppressed. 

On another note, I might be getting more free shit in the mail. 

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 22, 2011 - 10:51am

on a lighter note, my package has been sent out to a certain random person, and I paid $10 on shipping which really sucsk. From TEXAS.

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. December 22, 2011 - 11:03am

I shouldn't have relied on Santa. I might end up getting a book I already have. I doubt it though. I didn't know what book to send so I sent my Kindle.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 22, 2011 - 2:37pm

im quite sure that no-one, save wickedvoodoo will have read the book I've snet

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aliensoul77 from a cold distant star is reading the writing on the wall. December 22, 2011 - 2:41pm

You sent your kindle?? I hope you are joking. I don't know if my Santa sent me anything, I haven't seen him on the boards for a week.

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. December 22, 2011 - 2:45pm

No it's okay, some one will be getting the case and I split the Kindle up into 5 pieces so everyone can have part of it. It's like the power rangers, together their unstoppable. Or like a friendship necklace. 

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aliensoul77 from a cold distant star is reading the writing on the wall. December 22, 2011 - 2:47pm

I've gotten like 3 return Xmas cards this year, I mailed out 30. Fml

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. December 22, 2011 - 2:53pm

Shit. I'll have one in the mail. It's not Christmas yet.

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ReneeAPickup from Southern California is reading A truckload of books December 23, 2011 - 4:16am

@Danny, please remember that I fucked up on the Christmas cards and so I am sending Valentines :)

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 23, 2011 - 4:25am

I thought people stopped sending Christmas cards when they were twelve and started up again when they turned fifty.

I know nothing about life.

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Nick Wilczynski from Greensboro, NC is reading A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin December 23, 2011 - 4:39am

Did you get mine Danny?

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@Ark: It was an experiment this year, mostly motivated by a need to atone for bad behavior at a recent family event (and, like, extended family. So it's not like they were apology cards just "Hey, sometimes I try not to be a total asshole" cards).

It's quaint... and it isn't mainstream.... so being the hipster that I am I found it to be an interesting experience. 

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ReneeAPickup from Southern California is reading A truckload of books December 23, 2011 - 7:08am

Nick--I think it depends, everyone I know does Christmas cards. I felt really bad that we missed our window to get them done because we are probably recieving between 30-50 and I've sent 0. So I am doing Valentines, in hopes that people will realize we actually do give a shit.

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 24, 2011 - 8:30am

I think the christmas card thing is super cute. If I had time (aka Christmas wasn't already upon us) and I actually had anyone I could send some to (who would care) I'd try and do it myself. Even though the paper thing makes me cringe. I hate using paper for what can be done electronically (minus notebooks -- I am a whore for notebooks/journals. And post-its).

But it's nice that you guys do that. I'd squeal like a baby if I got a Christmas card. I'm sappy like that. I enjoy it when people reaffirm the fact that I exist. I panic, sometimes.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 24, 2011 - 9:21am

wow, I've been gone for a while :handles broom nervously: now come out, you dust kitties!

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 24, 2011 - 9:29am

Okay, there is this:

I think I left my vibrator somewhere in my grandparents house.

That might be TMI. And people are probably thinking, why the fuck are you bringing a vibrator to your grandparents house?!

But I'm staying there for a month, and it's a multipurpose thang. I have found many uses for mine, not all sexual, and I can't imagine going without mine for a month. So I'm not a total freak who gets off at their grandparent's house for kicks. No, really!

Anyway. I came home for a couple of days, for Christmas. I decided to take my vibe back with me, because I didn't wanna leave it at my grandparents where prying eyes might find it. But I was in a huge rush and was holding a million things in my hands. I ran all over the house with a million things in my hands. And now I realize I haven't seen my vibe since I got home. I didn't see it in the car when I unpacked. I remember sitting at my grandparent's kitchen table with it. Did I leave it on the benchtop? Did I drop it on the stairs? In a hallway? WHAT HAVE I DONE?!?!?

I know, I know. I deserve this.

But that doesn't make the nausea any less...nauseous.

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bryanhowie from FW, ID is reading East of Eden. Steinbeck is FUCKING AMAZING. December 24, 2011 - 9:48am

I think that's the damn cutest story I've ever heard.  It's christmas, so you know Gramma is gonna find it and think it's from Grandpa; Grandpa is gonna find it and think Gramma is getting experimental.  You probably just re-kick-started your grandparents' sex life.

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. December 24, 2011 - 12:24pm

Is it odd that I was slightly turned on by that story? 

Bryan's story I mean.

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Derek Palmer from Boulder, CO is reading entertaining lies December 24, 2011 - 1:57pm

Well, at least you left it your grandparents house.  They've got the discovery channel and they probably love you, they'll understand.  Eventually.  Your boyfriends grandparents house on the other hand...

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 24, 2011 - 2:24pm

oh god...I raise you one,

"friend's mum walking in on me fucking my 15 (tho he was 14 at the time), year old ex. He was tied up :P"

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aliensoul77 from a cold distant star is reading the writing on the wall. December 24, 2011 - 6:31pm

@Renee--It's cool.  I look forward to the blackened cow heart in the mail.

@nk--Yeah, I got it.  I wrote you an email regarding it.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 25, 2011 - 8:51am

merry christmas one and all!

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Liana from Romania and Texas is reading Naked Lunch December 25, 2011 - 10:31am

Arkadia, since I saw something in the news some time ago, I can't see stilettos and not think of crush videos. And not in an excited way, in a cringe, think people are horrible way. Merry Christmas!

Now the threads are tied, and it's my fault.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 25, 2011 - 10:42am

Crush videos. Bane of bunny lovers everywhere. Also, YAY DR WHO TONIGHT! Plu-u-us, my paedophile story is very very fun to write.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 26, 2011 - 11:07am

Bumping up the post! How was your christmasses?

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 27, 2011 - 11:19am

Hey, Arky, how are things? Did you get your vibrator back?

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 28, 2011 - 9:17am

Ohgodohgod.

It was nowhere to be found at home or in the car. The anxiety was awful.

I went back to my grandparents. Went into the bedroom I use. On the bedside cabinet opposite to the side I use sat my vibrator. Neatly arranged next to a few other things I'd left scattered around.

Yup.

Thanks, grandparents.

No one has said anything.

I can deal. They are pretty much the last of my large family to catch me with or in some sexually related thing/activity. Obviously I am a super careful person.

Bad person.

Also, Liana, crush videos -- yikes. I've only stumbled across a couple and run away yelling. I read a fetish community website (like Facebook for fetishists) and it's a common fetish but freaks me out moreso than the average one. No offense to those who are into that, but that degree of 'power play' or whathaveyou really squeeks me out.

Demigod -- have you posted your pedophile story in the workshop? I suppose I could just go check. >.> I wanna read.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 28, 2011 - 1:10pm

It's still being written, atm it's around 50% done

 

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wickedvoodoo from Mansfield, England is reading stuff. December 28, 2011 - 2:47pm

Yo type

im quite sure that no-one, save wickedvoodoo will have read the book I've snet

You made me curious. What super-ninja-exclusive books have I been reading? PM me if you don't wanna spoil anyones surprises.

p.s.

Why are all you people not befriending me on facebook and then adding a like to the solarcide page? You know I love y'all!

 

 

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. December 28, 2011 - 4:31pm

You guys should 'like' the Solarcide page. And while you're at it, you should check out my super awesome author picture on there. You know you want to. You guys can't resist my body.

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Profunda Saint-... from Calgary, AB is reading Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy Series December 29, 2011 - 9:32am

Is anyone else's office open this week? There is fuck all going on and yet I have to sit at work for 8 hours every day and try not to die of boredom. Of course, it is kind of nice to get paid to waste time on here, and window shopping for things I can't afford on Etsy. But still, my bed is warm and at least my computer at home has speakers.

I think my only customer of the day has come and gone already, and the phone has rung once, and it was a wrong number.

Sigh.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 29, 2011 - 10:28am

What YOU could do, is play online games or bring your speakers

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Profunda Saint-... from Calgary, AB is reading Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy Series December 29, 2011 - 10:51am

True, i've pretty much exhausted myself of Word Bubbles. Any suggestions for addictive flash games? I do have ipod speakers here, but sadly I left the damn ipod on my kitchen table. Soooo quiet!

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. December 29, 2011 - 12:16pm

Angry Birds.

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 29, 2011 - 12:47pm

Yeah, here are some really good ones:

Thing thing 4

Gemcraft Labyrinth

Drunken Masters

Epic Fantasy Battle Three

Sonny 2

That should last you a good week.

The following flash animation serieses are really good too:

There she is!! (that's the first one)

Madness (Watch these in the order they are given in.

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Profunda Saint-... from Calgary, AB is reading Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy Series December 29, 2011 - 1:00pm

Awesome! Thanks, the day will be much more enjoyable now!

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aliensoul77 from a cold distant star is reading the writing on the wall. December 29, 2011 - 9:54pm

So this Solarcide website...how are you guys getting your stories on there?  Is it like a magazine and wickedvoodoo and Nathan are the editors?  Do you just submit stuff to them??

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jl85 from originally East Tennessee now Southern California is reading everything I can December 30, 2011 - 2:04am

Gem Miner was pretty adictive

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 30, 2011 - 7:11am

damn, house of leaves is so hard to read =_=

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. December 30, 2011 - 9:00am

Nathan and Martin interview writers for Solarcide and feature their stories on there. Yes, they are the very talented editors. I suppose notoriety and status gets you on over there. Exclusive and all that ;) 

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 30, 2011 - 9:04am

Man, I love House of Leaves. Such a great book. It did take me a little longer to finish than others its size. Maybe because I spent so long flipping the book on its side, upside down, to read all the extra shizz. I think it's due for a rereading! Goodgoodbook.<3

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 30, 2011 - 9:07am

I've spent twenty hours on it, and I'm only 140 pages in. It's a good book, but it's so hard to read...

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 30, 2011 - 9:58am

Definitely one you get the most out of if you put the time into it though. I instinctively speed-read everything and probably miss tons of stuff, HoL is one that I wish I'd spent more time analyzing and savoring. Thus the need to be reread.

 

Also, I've been meaning to share this:

 

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Typewriter Demigod from London is reading "White Noise" by DeLilo, "Moby-Dick" by Hermann Mellivile and "Uylsses" by Joyce December 30, 2011 - 11:07am

That's from some godawful eighties flick right? Weeeeel, two can play at the horrorshow game. Happy nightmares!

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Arkadia from Australia is reading Selected Poems by W.H. Auden December 30, 2011 - 11:52am

Not bad, not bad at all. What's that from?

 

When I'm feeling cruel, I sometimes draw eyeballs on my palms then put them up to my face like so and stand behind my boyfriend until he turns around. Gets him every time.