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I hummed & ahhed

What I was like at 11pm

Yes, I did. Yesterday, at 11pm I hummed and ahhed as to whether or not to bore you.

I decided that with my eyelids closing heavily that bed was the best option.

I just read this:

Does the number of people you’ve slept with matter?

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It was on Outlish Magazine A lifestyle magazine from Trinidad and Tobago.

It raises a very good point. Does it matter? I guess if you’re a Bible-thumping Christian then it might.

Personally, I don’t think so. I have never rejected a partner, a lover or casual acquaintance because they have slept around a bit… or more.

I find it rather hypocritical that society praises as macho the man who follows his genetic role and spreads his seed willy-nilly, then castigates the woman for following her instincts. What a bunch of hypocritical arseholes we are.

We demand that the woman be a virgin. I found one once, a rarity in recent years, it was uncomfortable, awkward and not at all pleasurable. If I ever found another I would probably throw her back into the gene pool.

Have fun

I am a firm believer that, although sex is procreationally directed, it is also fun. I like having fun, and I like my partners to feel like it is fun too.

This whole monogamy thing is a load of hogwash. Of course it was brought about by the Bible which was written by those who wish to control us… a bit like the 1% that the OWS is protesting about.

The whole fear thing about sex simply exists to put the fear of some god into us.

Sure, we have problems in the world relating to STDs and AIDS, but if one takes the appropriate precautions there is no reason to fear.

Changing subject…

Well, it’s Friday. My weekend has started. It’s muggy outside, it’s muggier in here. The sky is cloudy, and the forecast is for torrential rain later and tomorrow. I am in a lather, NO, not because I have been talking about sex, but because of the mugginess. Time to turn the fan on and get demuggified. Then think about reheating the yakisoba that was left over from the other day for lunch.

Then of course I have the additional problem, is it considered bad taste to have a good wine with left-overs?

Each day presents so many little decisions problems, it’s a wonder we ever manage to make it from sunrise to sunset unscathed.

I think that the order of play is yakisoba, wine, nap; in that order.

Later

My House Geckos

House Geckoes

Yes, I have house geckos, several. They live in the bathroom, the kitchen, the lounge and my bedroom. They don’t bother me and normally scamper from sight when I switch on a light.

Not very friendly, they don’t say much; but I just noticed the one in the bathroom is getting fat. S/He’s either eating well, or I am about to have little geckos.

Oh well, the more the merrier, because they do a wonderful job with other creepy-crawlies.

Today was a ‘do-nothing’ day. My one student canceled, so I went to the supermarket for some therapy. Shopping is wonderful therapy. I was a bit miffed, several times I have seen Yakisoba as a frozen pack and today decided I would treat myself.

Yakisoba

I looked in vain, no yakisoba, damn!

So, I needed more therapy. Called a taxi and went to Katsuo again for sushi. I waddled home like a pregnant duck.

It is nearly bedtime, but I am waiting until midnight when I will post the Make You Fink on Friday post on Eco-Crap.

In the meantime you have the pleasure of my company.

I have to work this Saturday. The course has decided to have an immersion day and then decided I should be there. Typically, they have told me nothing. Not who, not what level, not why; just the when. So it looks like it will be another ‘cold-turkey’ of the cuff affair. Lucky for them I can do it. But it has come during a month when my hours are way down, so the extra cash will be great; and I get a free lunch.

There was something else I was going to prattle on about, but I thought about it yesterday and have promptly forgotten it. I really must get myself a white board for the wall so I can make notes.

That’s about all you’re going to get from me today.

Later.

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