Tuesday, November 2, 2010


Love means that there may be times where actions do speak louder than words.

It means that you are so in tune with each other that a simple look or glance will convey what a few sentences would.

It means that the simplest of acts will be recognized for what they truly mean and aren't just for show.

It means that you don't have to say 'I love you." every fifteen minutes. They love you and you love them. It's understood. It's forever and it's meant to me.

Others don't seem to understand that concept. They think that you have to give flowers, or stuffed animals to make the other person understand how much you value their company.

A relationship built on trust, caring and love can survive with the simplest of glances, the slightest of touching and the knowing that your hearts are forever together.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Sudden Erectile Dysfunction

I know I am too young to have a problem like this.

I am a twenty-year-old something. A non-smoker and avoid drinking too much alcohol. In short, trying to live a healthy lifestyle.

I have a boyfriend. I know, We are doing good together. I hope. The word Understanding is on the first line of our vocabulary. I can say that, I don't have a problem with him, with our relationship. Maybe there is. A little. Not a big issue.

BUT lately, the last time we had sex.

I am having a feeling of dissatisfied and filled with frustration.

It is a problem. Big Time, I think so.

I can't maintain an erection.

Yes, I am having a problem to stay hard.

I can't keep an erection long enough to finish having sex.

This is getting really frustrating and worrying for me. 

I know my partner is frustrated too.

Maybe, I'm stressed. From my **** work.

I hope, this is just a psychological issue and can be treated easily.

Or, Should I consult a Doctor about my problem?

Friday, August 6, 2010

Missin' You

I miss you...

...the way you used to hug me,

...the way you used to kiss my lips,

...the way you held me and my heart.

I miss you...

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

T or B ?

I love to see the expression of the bottom's face when I slammed into and
I like the look of his face when getting plowed.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010


Too much exposure to the bading is contagious.

A human person does not only act by virtue of his hereditary composition. To a certain extent, he acts in accordance with the hereditary traits he acquired from his parents. (Say for example, character and personality) But these are not the only ingredients which contribute to one's growth and personality.

Remember, man is a social being. He interacts with other people around him. Thus, a human person also acts and is affected by the people surrounding him. His hereditary traits or personal character may be one thing that contributes to his growth. But this is not all. There are people and things outside his person, and that is the society. That is why when we were still kids, our parents used to tell us not to associate with ill-repute people lest we become like them (i do not say that gays are ill-repute people). Our parents fear that by mingling with them (the bad persons), we will little by little identify ourselves with their personalities. Good parents usually advise their children, "do not associate yourself with drug addicts". This only shows that by exposing their children to these vices will in the end have a harmful effect to their naive children. This may not come in the form of a virus or a disease, but it is an indisputable fact that it has an effect to one's growth. Man is social being, it is a fact.

Perhaps the phrases "tell who your friends are and I will tell you who your are" and "birds of the same feathers flock together" were born out of this logic.

In view of the foregoing logic, it is concluded that association with other people has an effect, be that good or bad, to one's growth and personality.

(Concept from Philosophy of Man, otherwise known as philosophical anthropology anthropology)

PS: I did not say Badingness is a virus or a disease. What I was trying to imply was its effect.

Friday, June 25, 2010


I asked my friend if he feels that life fated in some way.
He believes that destiny is largely shaped by the choices we make.

I've heard that the only constant in life is change. Such is, of course, true.
So why should it not be easy to say that the only destiny, at least the only destiny we can fully predict, is that life will change.

As for the more narrow view of destiny - that we have certain things that are going to happen - it was destiny to meet this person, that I was going to fail this test, etc..., well, I could say yes, there is destiny. But destiny can be controlled. Destiny is the points to which we can end up - our "destination."

There is a book (or collection of books) by Roger Zelazney called The Great Book of Amber. In this series, there is a family that can travel through what are called "shadow" worlds, which are all various parallel worlds with similarities and differences of our own, or the true world. There is always a "what if" function in life. What if I had studied harder? Would my destination be different than it was? Hindsight is always 20/20 (though even hindsight is biased by perspective), so it's easier to say it was destiny once you've already reached the destination. Am I talking in circles? Possibly, but ranting helps me think.

So maybe only the past is destiny, because it is a series of events and paths that we can't take back. Destiny is that we have closed doors to other realities. As for our being "destined" to a certain future, it can only be because of doors we've already closed.