Category Archives: Lusty Luau

Hazy Shade of Andrew McCarthy

There’s something about the clueless, deer in headlights, vacant gaze of Andrew McCarthy that just fills up my insides with fluttering baby butterflies.  Objectively, he isn’t really all that special to look at.  In fact, it stands to be one … Continue reading

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Skirt lifting lust.  That illogical panic of needing to crawl inside the womb-like cocoon of someone’s flesh.  The incomprehensible, filthy desire.  The uncensored throbbing yearn for that primal connection.  When you’ve completely morphed into a defeated, defenseless, quivering, panting heap of sweaty codependent limbs.  The tear-stained beg for … Continue reading

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True Romance

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Kitty Purry

Katy Perry’s new perfume “Purr” is in stores now.  Cool, I guess, but more exciting are her new ads for the scent.  In the violet hued print campaign, Katy crawls around a hot pink mirrored floor dressed in a purple rubber cat suit.  … Continue reading

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The Lost Vampires

I’m all for the current vampire craze.  True Blood is just plain hot.  But what about the vampires of our childhood?  They deserve some mortal love too.  Is it just me, or is Count Chocula kind of attractive?  He has a bottomless bowl … Continue reading

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Scarecrow and Mrs. King

I have a vivid memory of being really little at the dinner table with my dad, stepmom, and little sister.  I was getting anxious because we must have been eating late for some reason.  Worried, I said something like, “Hurry up, … Continue reading

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Lost in Eyeballs Made of Glitter and a Smile Yummier than Halloween Candy

So it happened. My dreams spilled out of my brain and got all over real life. I met Josh Holloway. Last night, Brianna and I attended an event organized by The Ardavany Approach, which is an acting method taught by … Continue reading

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