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Friday, July 22, 2005

Samba De Bencao

I enjoyed listening to Andre’s and Mike’s podcasting, great tunes.

I’d love to join in on the podcasting but hey I haven’t got time to set everything up and do a podcast of ten minutes let alone twenty minutes, or even fifty.

So instead I simply bring you some audio pleasure (hopefully), with lovely
Bebel Gilberto.

Kick back and mix yourself a
Caipirinha.


listen to track

posted by Opus at 18:25 | |

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Missionary position

missionary position

posted by Opus at 17:55 | |

Thursday, July 14, 2005

Cliterature

Back in January I posted ‘Are you sexually cliterate’, and ‘Read my lips’. She Comes First

Recently I have been following Deanne’s alphabet sex over at
the d spot, so far she’s up to D.

When she got to B I was interested to see what C would be and I left a comment requesting that she go for the obvious for C, because too few guys get it right, yes you know what I’m talking about.

Well Deanne very kindly pointed me in the direction of
Hof’s guide to cunnilingus post, and I can highly recommend that all cunnilingus lovers whether male or female read Hof’s guide.

As I noted in a previous post the clitoris has eighteen parts all of which play a role in the production of pleasure, generally speaking I would say guys are only aware of four parts, and I’m being kind.

Also, the clitoral glans (the head) has approximately eight thousand nerve endings, twice as many as the head of the penis and more than any other part of the human body. Even more reason to be gentle and take your time and work slowly toward that ever so sensitive, sweet spot.

I don’t envy guys, I mean they don’t understand women; we’re just too complex, so how are they supposed to master the clitoris and her eighteen parts. And how are they to learn how to gently woo us in to oral pleasure when faced – literally – with such a sensitive bud.

And it’s not easy for women to give guidance because they don’t want the guy to feel he doesn’t know what he’s doing, but the facts are, when a guy first starts going out with a woman (apart from a few basics), he is not going to know what she likes, how she prefers her oral caress.

Communication is important, especially at the start of a new intimate relationship. Personally I feel comfortable with giving a partner guidance, tactfully verbalising my preferences, and this has always been met with enthusiasm.

However, many women are not comfortable with verbalising their sexual needs, and just as many men feel uncomfortable asking. This is where a wonderful book ‘
She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Pleasuring a Woman’ by Ian Kerner proves to be invaluable. Men should read it. Women should read it and then leave it on the bedside table, or if you’re brazen then on the coffee table.

And for those of you who missed this the first time, I leave you with a quote from the book.

“It’s time to ‘think outside her box’. When it comes to the oral caress, every man should make a mantra of Rhett Butler’s infamous line to Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind: ‘You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how.”

posted by Opus at 12:51 | |

Friday, July 08, 2005

As above so below

As above so below

On a day like today… after yesterday, I tend to reflect, internalize, and re-address the balance.

I also like to read other Blogs and take my mind off of things.

I popped over to Peter’s at
dot.bench as he often has a humorous story to tell and he didn’t let me down ‘Like A Greyhound Bus With Wings’ had me smiling the whole way through.

Peter has also been following Rob Brezsny’s ‘
Free Will Astrology’ for a while and I have been checking in once a week to see what Rob has to say.

I just have to say that I’ve never been one for pure sun sign astrology simply because I have studied astrology and know that sun sign astrology alone is only 10% of the story. However I do find Rob’s weekly horoscopes interesting and what he has to say does make me reflect. I make sure to read both my sun sign and my ascendant, cancer and leo respectively.

So it would be interesting to see what you guys think, does Rob make sun sense for you?





Cancer June 21-July 22

For week beginning July 7, 2005

One of your lifelong projects is to learn the art of keeping proper boundaries. That doesn't always come easy for you. In your subconscious mind you're often thinking, "I can't figure out where I leave off and everyone else begins." Having sounded this warning, though, I'll now advise you to completely surrender to the urge to merge, at least temporarily. Blend, connect, and commune with abandon. Write this declaration by sculptor Malvina Hoffman on your arm: "My true center is an enormous capacity for falling in love with everything around me."


© 1995-2005, Rob Brezsny. All rights reserved.

posted by Opus at 12:55 | |

Thursday, July 07, 2005

My thoughts

It’s been a fraught day, but now I can settle knowing that family and friends are okay.

My thoughts are with those less fortunate.

posted by Opus at 19:35 | |

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Stealing beauty

SONKAJARVI: Estonia reigned supreme once again in the wife-carrying world championship, as Margo Uusorg sprinted home to win the Baltic country's eighth straight title in the offbeat competition.

Forty couples from 10 countries gathered in the remote Finnish village of Sonkajarvi to complete a 253.5-metre-long obstacle course. A man must carry a woman, not necessarily his spouse, through a pool and across hurdles.

The few rules require a minimum weight of 49kg for the "wife" and state that all contestants must have fun.

Uusorg, 25, completed the course in 59 seconds with friend Egle Soll, 23, clinging to his back in the trademark "Estonian Carry" – hanging upside down with her legs clenched around his neck.

Uusorg's prizes were his partner's weight in beer and a high-tech mobile phone.

It was his fourth victory, and the third in a row for his family. Brother Madis won in 2004.

We don't have a secret, we just try to run fast and hope the legs work," said Uusorg, who works in Stockholm as an embassy driver. He warned that the family would be even stronger contenders next year when brother number three, Urmet, takes part.

"He holds the Estonian record for the 800 metres," Uusorg said.

Uusorg and Soll received first prize from the hands of visiting U.S. basketball legend Dennis Rodman, who declined to compete, saying he lacked both a wife and proper training.

"I'm not in shape... It could hurt the back," said the former Chicago Bulls and Detroit Pistons forward. But he promised to train for next year.

"I'll carry the kids around the house or something," he said.

Some 9000 people came to view the event, set deep in forests and lakes a couple of hours' drive from the Arctic Circle. It began in 1992 as a purely Finnish contest based on local legend, according to which wife-stealing was once commonplace in the region.
The men are strong and the women are brave. I’m not sure I’d like to be dangling upside down for that distance with my head firmly planted between my partners butt cheeks. Now if I were dangling the other side that could be interesting.

Still I guess it’s worth it for the beer.

posted by Opus at 17:09 | |

Friday, July 01, 2005

38 today!

So another year… a little older and a little wiser, ha! Maybe.

It’s a lovely day so I’m off for the afternoon now, but I leave you with a few events from 1967 and famous birthdays for July 1st… scary to think that Pamela Anderson is my astrological twin!

Events from 1967:


  • The UK won the Eurovision Song Contest with Sandie Shaw’s ‘Puppet on a String’
  • The average wage was £21.7s.6d
  • The first all-British satellite, Ariel 3, was put into orbit
  • The European Community was formed
  • The Beatles' Sergeant Pepper album was released
  • Elvis Presley married Priscilla Beaulieu
  • Regular colour television broadcasting began on BBC2
  • Ernesto 'Che' Guevara was killed in Bolivia
  • Albert DeSalvo, the Boston Strangler, was sentenced to life imprisonment

Famous July 1st birthdays:

1899 Charles Laughton - actor

1916
Olivia DeHavilland – actress

1931
Leslie Caron - actress

1934
Jamie Farr – actor

1934
Jean Marsh - actress

1941
Twyla Tharp – dancer, choreographer

1942
Karen Black - actress

1942
Genevieve Bujold - actress

1945 Deborah Harry - singer, actress

1952 Dan Aykroyd - comedian, actor

1956
Alan Ruck - actor

1961 Carl Lewis - runner

1961
Princess Diana

1961
Michelle Wright - country singer

1967 Pamela Anderson - model, actress

1971
Missy Elliott - singer, songwriter

1977
Liv Tyler - actress

1976
Ruud Van Nistelrooy - footballer

posted by Opus at 12:52 | |

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