The idea this week is to describe your love life with titles from book, movies, or songs. I’m not that up on the media, so I’m cutting myself a little slack, and taking a title from any medium, not just the one originally suggested at TMI central.
I am reminded of a baseball pitcher who had a song title for each type of pitch he threw. As I remember, he called his fastball the “Peggy Lee” after “Is that’s all there is..” That’s a title I’ll try to avoid.
1. Describe your or a lover’s penis with a book, song, or movie title.
I Am A Rock. At least, I hope so. But not Ocean’s Eleven.
2. Describe your pussy or a lover’s pussy with a book, song, or movie title.
What Do You Get When You Fall In Love?.
3. Describe your last sexual encounter with a book, song, or movie title.
There are so many good choices that don’t happen to apply, like Strangers in the Night, or Thank Heaven for Little Girls. I think I have to go with Ordinary People.
4. Describe your body with a book, song, or movie title.
The Hulk? I think not. Candyman? Certainly not. Maybe The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly.
5. Describe your sexual appetite with a book, song, or movie title.
The Impossible Dream.
Bonus: Recommend your favorite sexy, sensual or kink oriented book.
This is a very interesting question. It was hard to choose. I think I’ll go with The Sot-Weed Factor by John Barth. It’s long novel set in colonial America, and reads something like the raunchy novels of old. Think Tom Jones or Pamela. It was written by Barth is the middle years of the 20th century at the beginning of a long academic career. You may well find a copy in your local library. Check to see if it’s the second version; Barth cut the original down a bit. I never had a chance to compare, but I bet he didn’t cut out much of the sex.