Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Wednesday's Sexy Word of the Week

It's such a beautiful day. And I'm so turned on.


We love Ls. With your tongue behind your teeth, hold it there and make that sound. Llllllll...Plus, the first part of this word is 'lust'. Haha! Then that first T is softer as it turns to the R. That long A is nice and punctuated by the much harder second T. "Tuh!"

Pretty, no?

I really like the meaning on this one:

--verb. to purify by a propitiatory offering or other ceremonial method.

That's from

The New Webster's says the verb means:

--to purify as by water.

Baptism? Perhaps. Let me take you down into the water, darling. We can take turns purifying each other. Then we won't let but the sun and wind dry the drops from our bellies as we lie there with our sunglasses on and talk of things that mean nothing to anyone except for ourselves.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Sunday Zen

The first question I ask when something doesn't seem to be beautiful is why do I think it's not beautiful? And very shortly you discover that there is no reason. --John Cage

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Wedndesday's Sexy Word of the Week

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and muthafuckin' girls, it's time, again, to expand our sexuality and vocabulary all at the same time. Ready?


We really like Vs. The way your bottom lip has to go under your teeth and drag itself back out. Wow. That first I is long so don't neglect it. Then that P has such a punch. And I don't think it's necessary to explain what we'll do with the rest of the word. Say it all together, children: "Drag out the S!"

Very good.

Do you know what this one means? I'll be impressed if you do. If you don't, check it out.

I bet this girl would give live birth. Oh, man, if only she would...


Know those days when the clouds and the sun seem to struggle over who will be in control of the sky? Today is one of those days.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Wednesday's Sexy Word of the Week

Hello, hello. Everyone feeling fine today? Yes? Me, too.

This week's word is short and sweet. And I think you guys are catching on and I'm so proud.


That's a hard C at the start, yes, but we don't have to get all crazy with it. Let it ride. Remember, we like soft Ds. And we're going to let that second C sound like an S not SH, okay? That way we can really lay into that diphthong that the E and U do. And, oh, boy, do we love words that end with Ss. So Sexy.

Well, what's a caduceus? It's Mercury's staff. The symbol of medicine and healing. And, I have to say, it looks kind of Sexy.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Wednesday's Sexy Word of the Week

Oh, boy, bear/bare with me on this one.

I know you're thinking that it's way too full in your mouth to be sexy but you've jumped to conclusions again, dear reader. You're not taking the time, making the effort. Let it come to you from deep down. Slowly, I say.

And just a hint, use your come-hither eyes while you say it. Trust me.

Guess what. This word is completely made-up. That's right. Some poor soul used it once and now it exists. Oh, that's fucking brilliant. Here's to you, sir. Sexy and all.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Wednesday's Sexy Word of the Week

I like today's word so much because it works from so many different angles. It's absolutely yummy.
First, you can do it the french way and roll the R nicely then turn the Ls into a Y. Of course, the I would be more like a long E. Hit those Ts hard and forget the rest of the word.
Or the english(american) way would more likely schwa the I after the plain R. The Ls get to do their intended job and the Ts wouldn't be quite as hard. The S finally gets attention and you can hold it as we are wont to do.
So much for the pronunciations. How about the definition? It's HOT, too.
An appetizer made usually of pork or goose meat that is diced, seasoned, cooked, and then pounded or ground to the consistency of a spread.
O. M. F. F. S. M. That sounds delicious...
It's also a sexy looking word.
Like a girl lying on her side, looking at you from across the room, asking what you have planned for today. "I was thinking about walking down to the market to get some some fresh tomatoes for the pasta sauce tonight. Do you like this jacket?" "Yes, I do."

Monday, March 1, 2010

"Don't be silly, you daft boy!"

It has occurred to me that if you use a phrase like that, you give the "boy" an excuse for not understanding. Don't let him get away so easily. Don't insult the person, insult the ideas. Allow them enough room to understand, as it were.

Here, on this blog, we are trying to get everyone into the light. Every one's path may not be the same way. Some may have to wind around a bit before they step out of the cave while others are ready to come bursting out straightaway.

Let us be gentle with those who aren't quite ready. These people will be those to whom the whole idea of searching is new. The ones that are ready will find you and grab a hold. The timid ones are those who were not even aware that people are busy sussing out these things. Treat them sweetly, like that baby raccoon you nursed after your mother killed its mother with her minivan.

The point is that we should let no one have the excuse of being stupid or unable to grasp. Some will be purposefully obtuse and those we must devour, chewing them up and tossing their bits in the ditch, but the slow ones are not, usually, stupid, merely not quite ready. Let them know you're patient. Talk to them. Show them. Continue to press but don't force. Don't squash them. Don't frighten them. The Truth is scary enough on its own.


Thank you.