implied horny, strong top/bottom vibes
I wish I would get more frequent urges to draw than just once every couple of years when a random conversation triggers a spark.
In this case, it was about whether cheetahs have the same bottom energy as foxes. I’d argued that IRL foxes are theatrically submissive, whereas IRL cheetahs have that “gonna drag you to the ground and savage you” feel. The very good point was made that they are lithe and rather twinky. Hence…
All right, let’s inaugurate this.
- Tsy Tahotra, Tsy Henatra -
(“Without fear, without shame”)
This Malagasy idiom usually has negative connotations (in the sense of being brazen), but on the other hand, isn’t that what we all should be?
(originally drawn for Pride Month 2020, so posting this on Coming Out Day is fitting.)
oral/PiV sex, medications, blocked orgasm
Home from the overnight shift. Pets fed, trash out, wife cuddled…then eaten out…then fucked. Worked a nice climax out of her, quickly too. Thanks to Zoloft and Strattera, my finish was…elusive. Ok, less elusive and more nowhere to found. The no-clean-up bit is still nice, but sometimes it would nice to fill her up.
Anyway, g’ni…g’mornin, y’all! I hope your day is as gorgeous and as wonderful as you are!
yeah more cc
Anon asked: Do you have to pollute the air?
Don't you think that everybody has to breath your ejaculate is just gross? — old_pines: I have gone on record as being quite against seasonal plant spunk issues. I cannot begrudge my fellows their need to procreate, but damn do I need to breathe. (Also, this pine pollinates bugger-all after the Voluntary Pruning of 2008. Cones in place, but no pollen to be found.) https://curiouscat.me/old_pines/post/915758088
more curious cat
Anon asked: What kind of pine are you? — old_pines: I've made the joke, after stepping into the furry subculture, that I'm an Abies lasiocarpa (North American fir)…a "firry", if you will. Pinus aristata is probably a better fit, though.
Anon asked: Hi, i currently sit at an history test, and i'm totaly unprepared, can you help me?
1.) When was the lupine-vulpine war and who won it?
2.) Through what new technology did the former underlying side win?
3.) Why did the coyotes chanced sides after the introduction of… — old_pines answered:
I don't condone cheating…
1) Dunno which one you mean. The Lupine Expansion from BCE 4287-4253—particularly the Vulpine Suppression of 4262—was the first major…
Yeah, you there. C’mere.
You’re pretty ok, y’know that?
*leans in closer*
Like, you’re great. Despite all your ingrained self-loathing and distrust of your own senses, despite all the aggressions you’ve turned against yourself, despite all the times you felt alone, unwelcome, you are fucking fantastic.
*uncomfortably close now, radiant body heat tangible against your skin*
‘Kay…Imma go now.
Anon asked: How often do you find yourself needing to “take care of things” when reading or writing a hot scene? — I take it you're asking if I find myself shaking my shortest branch to relieve myself of accumulated sap while I get to an erotic moment in a story. Wait…that doesn't work. Strictly speaking, sap is analogous to blood. Never mind.
I dunno what sort of minority this puts me in, but I don't get riled up enough…
Anon asked: what is your opinion of wood chippers? — That's vaguely threatening, in a Fargoish sort of way.
I don't like them very mulch.
Anon asked: What kinds of nonfiction do you like? — Natural history is a big one for me. I used to have a set of Stephen Jay Gould books that I loved reading, but they vanished in some long-ago-and-far-away move. Gould's descriptive style and humor left a serious mark on me. I enjoyed The Dinosaur Heresies by Robert Bakker. I also liked The Song of the…
Anon asked: Did you go to college? What degree did you pursue? — I did one year at University of Minnesota's Duluth campus. I cannot for the life of me remember which I went for first, but one semester was Teaching (angling for English/Language Arts) and the other was Psychology (with the aim of becoming a guidance counselor). Neither was a good choice for me. Uni wasn't a bright move on my part, to begin with…
Anon asked: Would you rather live in a world with magic but no technology or a world with technology but no magic? — I'd argue that applied magic _is_ technology. Technology is just the application of concrete knowledge. If we lived in a world where, for instance, one could…
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