Anonymous said: How do you manage to have fun (sexually) with your girl while she is on her period?
First, I have no qualms about fucking My girl when she is on her period.
I don’t because she prefers not to, for multiple reasons, primarily, you wouldn’t be all that interested in sex if you had the equivalent of a stomach ache from hell.
So what I tend to do, is man the fuck up, leave My dick in My pants, and I take care of My girl.
I make sure We have pain meds handy, as well as a good selection of movies, chocolate, and ice cream.
Then I cuddle the shit out of her for as long as she wants and go the fuck away when she wants to be left alone and come back and cuddle the shit out of her again when she wants Me back.
I don’t worry about how to have fun sexually. I worry instead about how to best take care of My partner.
I hate people for this
but I’m learning to accept it.
It’s not about the kissing, holding hands, the dates, the sex, and showing off. It’s about being with someone who makes you happy in a way that no one else can. It’s about being with someone who accepts you and your weirdness. It’s about being yourself around them and they can be their self around you.
Waking up on November 1st is literally like walking through a door from Halloweentown to Christmastown
What’s this? What’s this? There’s décor everywhere. What’s this? There’s carols in the air. What’s this? I can’t believe my eyes it’s just November come on folks I mean I swear. What’s this?
I FREAKING READ IT IN JACKS VOICE
I FUCKING SANG IT
Anonymous said: Your gf is a lucky girl!
Oh shucks, thanks! :) But really, I’m the lucky one; she’s wonderful.
I posted earlier stating my new shirt from Hugh & Crye had arrived.
And man, is it wonderful.
Hugh & Crye’s unorthodox approach to sizing is, well, unorthodox. A famous tagline for the company, “you are not a small, medium, or a large. You sir, are a gentleman” is evident in the shirts themselves. The size tag on mine says, “short, skinny”. While this may sound a bit unusual, it’s actually quite genius. See, most men’s shirt go off a neck and sleeve size measured in inches. H&C goes by body type.
Finally, someone’s actually thinking when they market clothing for men.
The website is very user friendly, and if you’re unsure of what size you are by H&C’s standards, there is a handy measurement tool on the website to help you figure it out. I stand at about 5’ 8”, and am very slim (121 pounds). As you can imagine, I have a very difficult time finding shirts that fit. Additionally, I have to make sure they’r not too snug to where I’ll grow out of them quickly once I start transitioning. With this dilemma in mind, I usually get my shirts from Express. However, with some selections of H&C shirts on sale starting at $39, I figured I’d give it a whirl. Man, am I glad I did.
The shirt isn’t too heavy or too light, it feels pretty perfect. It features a semi-spread collar, which is my favorite and is a light blue in color. The shirt fits wonderfully. Enough room to allow for growth from T, but slim enough to still look good now. With 12 different sizes to choose from (yes, 12), it really is a wonder why no one used this system for men’s shirts before. Absolutely genius.
Shipping didn’t take long either. About 3 business days. I’m located near Nashville, TN (about an hour north), and the company ships all of their merchandise from Washington, D.C.
Normally, the shirts are around $85 a piece. Which sounds high, but any gentleman that takes pride in dressing well knows that clothes that fit are an investment. So, I recommend trying them out at least with one shirt. The sale is still going on!
Would I recommend? Yes.
limeswithorange said: I Love seeing your dressier outfits as your style is on point. Do you have any outfit suggestions for a more business casual/ casual office?
For pants, stick with the colors khaki, navy, grey, or brown. You really don’t need a jacket most of the time. A solid color shirt with a simple tie, or a patterned shirt with a solid tie. If your environment emphasizes the word casual, ditch the tie and leave your collar open. As for shoes, use black or brown plain toe accordingly… Match with the color of your belt! If you can get a way with it, a dark, slim fit, indigo wash jean without fading paired with a shirt and a tie could also work. Use this sparingly though, some business casual environments don’t look highly upon jeans at work. If you want a pop of color, slim red chinos with a white shirt and a navy tie paired with some nice loafers could work too.