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Secondwave1 63M
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5/3/2019 1:44 pm
Flirting... Round 2!


I do enjoy flirting, and when stimulated by a receptive response can get a little creative. And I'm not talking about hitting the FLIRT button. Sometime I think it's a lost art in today's wold of instantaneous gratification. I love to get people to drift and seduce their mind in a way that is not graphic but entirely suggestive. If's crazy fun when two or more animated and creative minds start playing off each other's words. But that's just for fun, a little bit of adult play if you will. It's as far as I can go when people are too far away. That being said, the banter can be highly stimulating and if well done highly addictive!

Sometimes I wish that the witty call and response dance could be played out in public for the rest of the blog watchers to view. Entertained by the whimsical dash of sensual verbal sparring. Just a wee bit of verbal voyeuristic pleasure if you will.

Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/3/2019 1:45 pm

And Friday evening will soon be upon us. Hope all have a good one!


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/5/2019 5:19 pm

Rainbow, let's get this party started. And anyone can chime in as they feel fit.

So, spring had sprung. The birds were chirping and I had a thought. Can we create a heat out of thoughts that keeps the readers thrilled. Enables the women in the audience to squirm in their seats and the gentlemen to readjust discretely. Can we bring the audience out of their normally predictable lives in an awakened state eager for the next post. Where to start was the question, since a good beginning is always key to a good story.

So perhaps we'll start here...

I was a young man when I discovered the joys of the tootsie pop. I would look forward in great anticipation to those moments when I could slowly peel back her wrapper and gaze longingly on the sweet treasure in front of me. There were choices of course, in the color of the tootsie pop.

But as I was to discover, each tootsie pop had her own unique and delicious taste and aroma. Mmmm, I’d whisper as I first ran my tongue across its creases, moistening it for a long savory journey. Working deliberately to heat tootsie pop up so its sweet nectar would flow more easily. It was never a hasty exercise, because the tootsie pop would rarely give up its most pleasant surprise easily. So I would gently work my tongue and lips in coordinated unison to bring out all the tootsie pop had to offer. But ultimately, I always found myself working more fervently as I got closer to the center of scrumptious tootsie pop. I wanted to enjoy the explosive release of special treasure hidden inside of each tootsie pop. Faster and faster skillfully working my entire mouth until center of tootsie pop released its delicious frenzy in what sometimes felt like an eruption over my entire face.

And that’s when I discovered some tootsie pops ….. have multiple centers!! Damn I love tootsie pops. How many licks does it take to get to the center of your tootsie pop?


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/6/2019 4:23 am

LMAO.... Rainbow, I'm chuckling.... Is that a good speechless? I hope so. Perhaps?

After all doesn't a good flirt start with something totally unexpected?

Now I need a clever response or two to ignite the imagination and figure out where to go next. But for now it's clear and dry in Ohio. Cup of coffee and a granola bar and then it's time to fire up the motorcycle.


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/6/2019 6:45 am

And btw... the tootsie pop in my story is female! Just so there is no confusion! LOL


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/6/2019 4:54 pm

rainbow, a lot of looks but no replies. I didn't think this was a political site!

Was hoping the clever folks would come out of the woodwork!


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/8/2019 5:46 am

Alas Miss Rainbow, the call to action failed miserably. The creative pool of talented individuals remained hidden in the shadows or does not exist at all. Perhaps before you too disappear into the the churning surf, you might dig into your pot of metaphors and similes and grace this electronic mumbling with a few kind words of mystical whimsy.

May the wind lift your spirits. May the sun warm your soul. May the rain cleanse your troubles. May the dawn bring a smile to your face and remind you of the joy it is to greet each day with a happy heart and a curious mind!


Pattistuff46 72F

5/8/2019 8:34 am

I am usually pretty straight laced, but I do love bantering when I meet someone who strikes a chord with me.. About two years ago a couple moved into my neighborhood and quickly joined my circle of friends. The husband (fifteen years younger than and I bantered quite a bit. Let’s just say, he brought out the bad girl in me. Soon, my friends started calling me the “Nun from Vegas”. Unfortunately, the man I was in a relationship with did not see the humor in our bantering. He would sit with his arms folded and stare at me or he would look down at the floor and shake his head. I found his non-verbal criticism of me quite annoying so I broke up with him. Yes, I traded him in for a few good laughs.


Pattistuff46 72F

5/8/2019 10:01 am

Who edited my response with an emogie?


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/8/2019 11:23 am

The gremlins... the gremlins. LOL Posts are edited, stuff is inserted. I sometimes find myself editing to get it back to normal. Other times, I shake my head and groan.

Now, Patti, bringing your bad girl side out is a good thing. I enables you to twist things in a way that is amusing without being gross. Anyone can talk in foul language, but those that can use common words to create a Scheherazade moment that holds your attention, now those are the people I want to spend time with.

And what kind of Nun from Vegas were you! LOL You probably shouldn't answer! LOL

Just my simple thoughts!


Secondwave1 63M
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5/8/2019 3:47 pm

LMAO... Rainbow! RU trying to stir up mischief!???
Naughty naughty!

Perhaps if I catch some inspiration I'll drop another note to this meandering discourse.


Secondwave1 63M
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5/8/2019 3:55 pm

Added a new post under a different title. Let's see what happens with this one! LOL


Secondwave1 63M
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5/8/2019 3:59 pm

I do believe Rainbow that there is a side of you, just at the perimeter of the stage, aching to unleash your mischievous side! Wink!


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/8/2019 7:37 pm

Blush blush. Who me? said the Mr. from Ohio.
Couldn't possibly be. I'm as pure as the driven snow.
As innocent as the Nun from Nevada. As sweet as the pineapple from Hawaii.
And we know they are sweet!


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/9/2019 9:05 am

Rainbow... a pleasure to see your smiling fuzzy face!

You are up early!


Pattistuff46 72F

5/9/2019 2:38 pm

The Nun has taken a sabbatical


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/10/2019 5:50 am

I hope the sun is shining and the days are warm on your sabbatical!


Pattistuff46 72F

5/10/2019 6:50 am

Ah yes, stripped of my habit, I walk along the sands of time leaving my weary footprints behind.


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/10/2019 12:03 pm

So the nun was stripped of her habit
Then perhaps she became like a rabbit
Perpetually frisky
Sometimes bold and quite risky
Saw something she liked, she would grab it!

Or was she just shopping??? No rest for the weary!! LOL


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/10/2019 12:14 pm

And the rainbow, a mystery indeed.
A provocateur, we all have agreed
She'd stir up the pot
Probably giggled a lot
In hopes that a spicy thought would be freed

I see a side of your brain seeing "a side of me" LOL


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/10/2019 6:47 pm

Rainbow! Warning raised? The brow furrowed? The scowls drawn across the face? And all the while, there was mischief afoot, since the smiles and the giggles were all that the poor vagabond was seeking. As a wayward descendant of Don Quixote, where the windmills become threats from a distant army, I beseech thee. Turn thine tides toward the curious side. From whence did the pirates appear? Yo ho up she rises early in the morning? OR perhaps yon wayward wench dost seek a mysterious abandon in the clutches of the wily beguile of said plundering vagabond!


Secondwave1 63M
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5/11/2019 3:48 am

Perhaps this author is a wayward fool? A pretender instead of the gallant warrior in search of distressed damsels in need of assistance or whimsical folly for their brains? Perhaps the sullied and mangled brain of a once champion of the weak and downtrodden has reached a peace in its own delusional stew?

Nah, LOL. He's just waking up and waiting for the coffee to kick in. A fine burst of caffeine delivered by the first cup of early morning espresso roast. A flirt perhaps, this is not. But a dose of reality seems more to the point. For without that caffeinated shot to the brain, the imagination is but an untended field left to the weeds and the occasional bird dropping.

Carpe diem. And perhaps one can share a wee bit more about said pirate. The insights into that character seem to be a wee bit sketchy!


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/11/2019 11:35 am

But I like caffeine! Whine whine! lol


Secondwave1 63M
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5/11/2019 11:50 am

to the hidden leprechaun, I just read the synopsis. A few thoughts. I am glad that the author took the time to study the minds of people and shared his thoughts regarding how to make a peaceful happy existence for oneself. The book seems to be very highly recommended by civilians and professionals alike.

Preface by saying, I only read a synopsis and the comments made by others. As for me, my curiosity for life is the magic that keeps me animated and happy. Although a social animal, I have never relied on others for happiness. That comes from within. Somehow always find a way to amuse myself regardless. I think a curious inquisitive mind keeps animated by its desires to learn to experience and when appropriate to share. Oh, and I am sure you can appreciate from some of my drivel, to take the time occasionally to be a tease and a smartass just for fun. Although never at the expense of another.

So somewhere over the rainbow, when i have some spare time, I will seek out a copy and delve into the pages to see what wisdom might be gleaned. Until then, my morning coffee will just have to do the trick!


Pattistuff46 72F

5/13/2019 5:49 pm

My goodness you and Rainbow have been busy.


Secondwave1 63M
63 posts
5/13/2019 6:55 pm

I miss you guys! LOL

Perhaps someone can drop a few nuggets of wisdom!!!!