Wednesday, August 31, 2011

What Do You Get When You Mix a Random Girl with a Naked Girl In A Dress?

The answer: A great opportunity to guest post!

Today I am taking my Random Girl self over to party with Kelly at Naked Girl in a Dress. She was nice enough to ask me to guest post and I could not say "yes" quick enough. I am talking about what compels people to take the actions that they do and sharing a little more about myself. I hope you will check it out.

Kelly is an amazing writer and friend. Please take a minute to head over there and see what's going on!

Friday, August 26, 2011

"Soft-Core Friday" - Say it in a tweet

For Soft-Core Friday today, I'm taking on the writing challenge from Red Writing Hood over at the new Write on Edge writer's forum. It's been a while since I have linked up there but I really liked this one. 

The challenge:
 This week’s assignment was simple: write a story of your choice. The catch? Write it as a tweet. Use only 140 characters – including spaces.

Here's mine. 

She looked over at the dark shape sleeping beside her. She had to leave in a minute, but she didn't wake him. This was a moment just for her

Short and simple but could say a lot depending on what you add to it in your own mind. 

And because it's "Soft-Core" Friday and all and what I actually wrote isn't very scandalous, I'm updating this post to include a song that cracks me up every time I hear it. My favorite line "I don't want to be loved, I just want a quickie...."  Poetry, really.  The song is pretty much crap but the comedy in the lyrics really makes me smile...

Thursday, August 25, 2011

The Creepiest Way to Get Over an Ex - New Random Girl at The Dude Society

We've all seen it.  The "friend" that loses his/her mind just a little bit over a break up and thinks up all sorts of awesome, clever ways to let the person know how much they want them back?

Or maybe not. Maybe it's just the guys I have dated. Could totally be the case.

Either way, my latest article for The Dude Society takes a look at some of the, more creative, ways to get over your ex, or not. If any of the "suggestions" actually sound like a good idea to you, please stop following my blog!

I'm joking! (kind of)

Ever lost your mind in a break up and done some creepy stuff? Ever been creeped out by something your ex has done in an attempt to get you back?  Share kids!

Check it out and leave me some comment love, you know how much I like the attention!

The Creepiest Way To Get Over Your Ex

Is she the one that got away?  True love or not, sometimes it can be really tough to let go of past relationships.
When faced with the memory of an ex-girlfriend, there are a few things you can do:

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

More Shamelessness. It includes sweating and failure.

I could really knock out about 5 shameless things from the 30 Days of Shamelessness fun I'm working my way through with this one, but I'll keep it to just 2 so I can torture you as long as possible with this self-absorbed venture. 

For this installment of shamelessness, I'm knocking out #7 and #8. 
7.share your efforts at something you don’t think you do well. 
8. sweat.

These two things can best be summed up for me with one word: running. 

I don't like to run. I am not a happy smiley runner girl. I don't get the "runner's high" while doing it and I don't feel super awesome after I'm done. But I do sweat a lot. 

I'm all about exercise. I can do a body fit class for an hour and love it. I can do yoga for 90 minutes in a 100 degree room with 90% humidity and smile through it. But I loathe running. 

In an attempt to both get better at it and try to teach myself to enjoy it, I am forcing myself to run more often. The best tactic I have found is to hit the park with the princess and let her ride her bike on the trails. I basically have to run to keep up with her and watching her have fun while torturing me gives me something to think about other than how much I don' t like to run. It's not a perfect system but it's working so far. 

Part of the reason I'm finally doing this is because I put it out to Rita and Simple Dude via reply to a challenge post that I wanted to do it by September. And September is damn close. And I am a woman of my word. 

I'm not good at it, I don't like it, and I sweat a lot but at least I'm doing it....or trying.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Another weekend in the City & more Shamelessness

I had the pleasure of spending another overnight in one of my favorite cities with 2 of my life-long best friends. It was truly a blessing to get to spend time with these amazing women, live it up in a swanky hotel suite, and manage at our ripe old age to go full out on a 6 bar crawl of the city's best places to drink, dance, and people watch.

We really should do that more often. I think we will.

One of the highlights of this trip, much like my last trip there a few weeks ago, was another amazing dinner. This will be serving as #3 on my 30 Days of Shamelessness: eat. Whatever you feel like eating.

I totally did. And it was delicious and worth the bazillion calories that came with it. 

We went to a great restaurant/bar/lounge place that had a unique menu and even better atmosphere. The food offerings were kind of "the usual" but most had some sort of delicious twist on traditional American fare. For example, they had french fries that were tossed in truffle oil and made them truly the most richly flavorful fries I have ever had. I stole about 20 of them from my girlfriend's plate as I had opted for another tempting choice: Buffalo Chicken Macaroni & Cheese. 

Yes, it was as awesome as it sounds. Spicy and creamy at the same time and with so much gooey deliciousness, I totally could have had an restaurant booth mouth orgasm at any moment. It was truly just.that.good. 

I don't even want to think about how much fat and how many calories were in that bowl of heaven and really for as delicious as it was, I don't even care. That dish was so good, it was totally worth the damage I'll be working off for the rest of this week. 

Overall, between the friends, the city, and the food.... it was a yummy, decadent, treat of a weekend. 

Friday, August 19, 2011

"Soft-Core" Friday: Promiscuity By The Numbers?

Welcome to another edition of "Soft-Core Friday"  here at Random Girl. This week I am taking a little different angle with it and wanted to share a very interesting survey finding from the guys over at The Good Men Project

The site recently conducted a poll to get a feel for if promiscuity could be measured and how people, both men and women from all different ages, backgrounds, and experiences, determined a person's propensity for promiscuity.

Interesting topic right? I thought so too!

The findings in general were a little surprising, in a good way. The majority of respondents were of the mindset that promiscuity has less to do with quantitative aspects (number of partners/timeframes/etc) and more to do with the qualitative aspects such as attitude, readiness for a relationship, intentions and the like.

Another interesting finding from the survey is that people identified themselves in some cases as "formerly promiscuous" implying that although a person may exhibit promiscuous behavior at some point in their life, they can indeed change from that behavior all together and have it be considered a thing of the past but not relevant to who they are currently.

Check out the survey and let me know what you think. Do you agree that being promiscuous is more about intentions and attitude towards encounters or is it more about the numbers for you? Can someone be promiscuous at one part of their life but not be considered promiscuous later down the road?  I'm interested to hear your take on this!

Thursday, August 18, 2011

I'm talking about it.. yep, I'm going there! New Random Girl at The Dude Society

This is not my usual subject matter, I usually deal more in abstracts than this level of detail but there is a reason for this one.

This article came about from a string of conversations and debates I came across on different blogs and message boards a few weeks back.

I found it interesting how much the topic of a woman's choice of "style" for her lady parts 'do could create so much controversy and conversation. So you know I had to get in on it. In the name of everyone involved having the best possible sex, it had to be done!

And I'm sure you all have something to say about it... join the convo!

ps. there was a bit of debate on the title for this article but ultimately, The Dude Society is a men's mag and as such, it's written for the guys... so I deferred to "the dudes" to name it. That's all I'm saying about that.....

Get Her To Groom Downtown Without Being A Dick About It

The styling options for your girl’s lady part ‘do are almost as unlimited as the options for the hair on her head.  From Brazilian to full bush and everything in between, you never know what you might be treated to when the panties come off.
But, what if your girl is sporting the full-on natural look? You fear you may get lost (or chafed) should you want to spend some time down there?

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Randy Has A Crush - #21 on 30 days of Shamelessness

Yes, it's true. I admit it. And I'm not being snarky or sarcastic. I'm being real.

And since I hate following rules in general, I'm going to skip from #2 to #21 on my 30 days of Shamelessness fun... because I can. Let this serve as #21: express a strong feeling

I have mentioned Secret Agent Man in several posts, most recently the one about rediscovering the joy of the morning quickie, so you already know that things work well with us on that level. Well, apparently having a summer of "dialing it back" has afforded me a little much needed clarity regarding what I want and who I would like to have be part of it.

Now this is not a hasty decision on my part, no impulse on this one. I have really mulled this one over and I keep coming back to the same conclusion: I like this guy. That's not to say there aren't challenges or circumstances that I would like to be different, but all of that aside, I still like him.

One of the things that had been a source of frustration has been his tendency to go MIA. I don't need him to give me his itinerary but I'm a chick after all and as such, I like to over-think things and assume that everything is about/or because of me. I assumed if I didn't hear from him for a while, he must be over me/with someone else, etc.. I just didn't get it. But now I do. Wow, amazing what a direct, mature conversation can do for a girl huh?

We both ended up back in the same city at the same time on Monday night. That had not happened in quite some time as one or both of us have been traveling and in his case, he has literally been out of the country or locked on a military base with 700 of America's finest for a month straight. Not much he can do about that.

So last night, over several cocktails in a dark corner of a nearly empty bar, I fessed up. I came straight out with it. I have a very big crush on him. His smile said it all, although hearing him directly reciprocate the sentiment didn't hurt either. I told him it was a rare thing for me to a) crush on a guy and b) fess up to it, as I have a tendency to keep everyone at arm's length and have an excellent poker face. He said "Yes, I have noticed, you are a very hard girl to get a read on." I am truly my own worst enemy.

The confession led to a much needed and long overdue conversation on the topic. We both know that our situation can't be and won't be a traditional one at this point because it's just not feasible with what we both have going on aside from each other. And I am OK with that.

We had a pretty big breakthrough on our communication, or lack there of, and how we can both do a better job at it. I think I understand his thinking much better now and he understands that a few little things from him can talk me off the ledge when I go all "chick" on him.

Figuring things out at the crush level and already having things well beyond figured out in the bedroom is making me like him more, which scares the shit out of me to be completely honest, but I think it's something worth putting myself out of my comfort zone for. Time will tell I guess.

But I was happy to wake up beside him again in the morning, and that counts for something.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

How about an Old School Make Out? New Random Girl at The Dude Society

Well, I survived the trip to Disney with my Princess and my parents. It was an interesting trip to say the least but the Princess had a lovely time and the parents survived so I am considering it a "win" and realizing that now I need an adult only vacation to recover from that situation.  Anyone want to take me somewhere?? Anyone?? 

While you kids think about where we should go on a grown up vacation, you should check out my latest article up at The Dude Society and then give it a try and let me know how it goes. Then leave me some comment love if you would, I like the attention! 

Have An Old School Make Out Session

In a new relationship, there always seems to be a rush to get to the end game. Prompt sex has become the expected norm. Why not take a step back and remember how much you can enjoy an old school, hot and heavy make out session?
Although not as highly ranked on the must-have list for most guys, taking it back to the basics of lingering kisses and teasing touches can build a new level of anticipation between you and your girl.

Friday, August 12, 2011

"Soft-Core Friday" - Which came first?

Hey kids, Happy Friday! I'm not here today, or for the next few days as I have jetted off to a not-so-exotic destination for a long weekend.

I thought today I would take a humorous spin on my normally racy "Soft-Core Friday" posting. It's my blog, I'll do as I please, thank you very much.

I was standing at the pharmacy waiting on an RX recently and happened to take a glance over to my left. And what do I see?  These two books, side by side on the shelf.

Coincidence? I think not!

It's like the "chicken or the egg" argument in my opinion, do you deal with screwed-up people because you date online or do you date online because you deal with screwed up people.... I'm going to mull this one over for the weekend. Any thoughts on this?

Thursday, August 11, 2011

30 Days of Shamelessness - Day #2 Act A Fool

I am so excited by how many of you kids are jumping in the fun and playing along with the 30 Days of Shamelessness! This is going to be shameless fun going down and I for one, can't wait to see what you all put out there.

I was all ready to post something last night and Blogger decided to be a dick and shut down during prime time so I decided to sit in the corner and pout instead.  I'm better today, thanks.

So today, I'm checking Day 2 off the list: look a fool

This one is too easy. I do this nearly daily. Most recently was last night. Having a princess as I do, I find many opportunities to look a fool in the name of entertaining her. Really, truth be told, I would do it anyways just for fun even if I didn't have an excuse. That's just how I roll.

So as you know, I am a pretty big music freak. Like, must always have music on. Some days it is Lil Wayne, others it is 30 Seconds to Mars, yet another it is just never know with me. My princess is the same way. One of our favorite rituals on a warm sunny day is to go for a drive,  roll the windows down, crank something obnoxious on the radio, and totally rock out in the car.

I'm not talking about a little head nodding or steering wheel tapping here kids, I am talking about a full throttle, sing as loud as we can, hands in the air (well, at least one of mine on the steering wheel at all times but her hands are in the air) full body car seat dancing extravaganza.

She loves it! She is young enough still to not be completely mortified by her mom acting a fool. So I take full advantage of it. I want her to learn that it's OK to be silly, let loose, and just have fun without being worried about what other people, especially those getting a free show at the red light, think about us.

Plus it's just fun for me. I have to be a grown up and behave myself almost all the time. That gets super boring. Being a big dork and acting a fool is good for me.

That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.....

So what about you? Act a fool much? If not you should, and then you should share it with the class.

This is an old pic of the princess but it gives you an idea of how she rolls when we are in the car.....

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

30 Days of Shamelessness - Only 30??

As I was attempting to catch up with all of you lovely kid's posting this morning,  I ran across the 30 Days of Shamelessness meme from Jen O's site. It sounds like this is really something I almost have to do. So I am. And it seems a few others are playing along as well (Lance, Tara, Chibi Jeebs) and I'm looking forward to everyone living shamelessly for a while... should be good times.

The days of the challenge are as follows:

  1. declare your love for an uncool TV show.
  2. look a fool.
  3. eat. Whatever you feel like eating.
  4. waste time.
  5. declare your love for an uncool movie.
  6. act “girly” or “manly” in a way you’d normally avoid.
  7. share your efforts at something you don’t think you do well.
  8. sweat.
  9. expose something messy or dirty you’d usually hide.
  10. declare your love for an uncool band.
  11. dress to show some skin.
  12. share about a health struggle.
  13. speak up about something crap that was done to you.
  14. hold yourself accountable — not guilty — for something crappy you did to someone else.
  15. dress, walk, and act like you know you’re all that.
  16. spend money on a non-necessity or share a financial struggle.
  17. discuss the reality of your work situation.
  18. brag.
  19. share details about a bodily function or fluid.
  20. talk about sex
  21. express a strong feeling.
  22. set a boundary.
  23. air one of your secrets.
  24. share a struggle you have yet to “just get over.”
  25. ask for help.
  26. make a mistake.
  27. express a dissenting opinion.
  28. discuss a failure.
  29. look a fool.
  30. name 3 more ways you can live shamelessly and commit to doing them…

I won't be doing 30 consecutive days of postings because I'm just not that hardcore and I don't really like to follow rules so well but I will be covering all 30 at some point and I am also changing the rules to let me throw more than one into a single post if applicable. I like to make the rules myself. See how that works? I have said in more than 1 post "No shame in my game!" and now I get to make good on it by throwing it all out there for you kids.

Anyone else want to join me in the fun? Let me know in the comments if you think you might so I can follow along.

I might as well just get this whole shameless thing started. I will be traditional enough to start with #1.
1. declare your love for an uncool TV show

I can't possibly narrow it down to 1 uncool TV show so I am going to call out an entire network: Food Network. Whether it is Cupcake Wars, or Diners, Drive Ins, & Dives, I am totally and completely sucked in to anything that the Food Network broadcasts. I can watch it literally for hours. I know how almost every food product is made, I know how Ben & Jerry's picks it's flavors, I even know how neurotic most pastry chef's are even when there is no reason to be. I have seen sculptures made of sugar come crashing to the ground in the competition shows and I have seen want-to-be chef's cry from being kicked off a reality show. There is nothing better than Food Network in my opinion. And yes, I know it's totally uncool.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

A road trip, a little too much fun, and Blog Boy comes to real life

I trust you all have had the loveliest of weekends. If not, at least be glad for me because I did.
Well, the spending 7 hours driving on Sunday, a large part of that spent sitting on the interstate part sucked but the rest of it was pretty stellar. Allow me to break it down for you, mmmmk?

As I shared on my last "Soft-Core Friday" post, part of this weekend's shenanigans would include a road trip to a fun city, where I would be meeting up with blog boy for the first time. More on that in a minute. Let's just say the man did his homework on me.

This weekend can best be summed up by a  list of my favorite things, so in no particular order:

  • Road trip to one my favorite places to stay with one of my life long friends and a newer friend that I also enjoy being around  and a very large dose of girl talk that was long overdue. 
  • Delicious food: dinner last night was a a Turkish restaurant and included the most amazing steamed mussels in a white wine sauce (that was so good that I literally wanted to lick the plate), the creamiest most delicious hummus I've ever had, and several large glasses of Pinot Grigio. I left there beyond full and almost high off the decadence, OK, maybe I was really just buzzed from all the wine but you get what I'm saying. 
  • More delicious food: As if the the Turkish feast for dinner was not enough, we had a yummy brunch on Sunday morning. That's my favorite thing about that city, so many great brunch places. I indulged in eggs benedict and of course no brunch is complete without a mimosa. It was a lovely way to start my day. 
  • A block party/neighborhood festival that had 3 stages of music, so many cool local artisan booths, and many, many beer tents. 
And last but certainly not least, was meeting up with my aforementioned blog boy. Perhaps he will share his side of the story some time but for now, you get my take on it. 

It really felt to me like we were old friends from the very first face-to-face hello. That was awesome! No weirdness or awkwardness whatsoever. He was with several of his long-time friends and our friend groups got along swimmingly. When met, split up, reconnected, and I even dragged him along with the girls for a while and make him look at jewelry and purses and such and he was a very good sport about it all which earned him major points in my book. 

My girls and I split off again to get something to eat. We were planning on fair food but decided the restaurant was too good to pass up and waited quite a while for a table. After we had been seated, blog buddy found his way back to us and joined us for dinner. It made the whole thing that much better to have him join us and he was hazed by the girls to the best of our ability. It was an entertaining dinner to say the least. 

After way too much food and more than enough wine, we ventured out to the next destination. We missed the  shindig that was planned there for the most part but we did get to hear Jay-Z followed by Ray LaMontagne, followed by Michael Jackson so the music was a win. On to the next stop, a hopping little joint with the loudest people ever. We fit in well. More drinks, more good conversation, and little prelude of mischievous 
hair pulling just to tease me. I told you he did his homework. 

The night wound down and the boys were perfect gentlemen and walked us to the car. The others made small talk while blog boy and I said our goodbyes. It was a nice goodbye, complete with a "shut up and pull my hair' moment that was executed to perfection. 

And that was the end of it. 

I know, you are shocked right? You thought for sure that I would have some hot sexy time story for you. Well, I'm not disappointed.  He had the misfortune of meeting me during "dial it back' summer and I really am sticking to behaving myself to the best of my ability. Sucks to be him, right?? Well, I don't know about that. Maybe I'll ask him..

There's always next time...

Oh and in a very important side note, my darling Jewels has moved.... she's no longer Jewels Turning 30 on Blogger but you can now find her HERE. Make sure you follow her new site! 

Thursday, August 4, 2011

"Soft-Core Friday" - Taking it Offline and Into the Real World

Happy Friday, and better yet, happy "Soft-Core Friday" here at Random Girl.

So for this "Soft-Core", I thought I would take a look at taking an online friendship to the real world. And yes, there is a reason I'm talking about this now.

The stars have aligned and an interesting opportunity has presented itself. This opportunity consists of me meeting up with a fellow blogger. Of the male variety. In a very fun city. For an entertaining night on the town.  I hope fear shenanigans may ensue.

I am the first one to go head first into a new adventure so I am looking quite forward to this little meet up. After a little planning (all of which he has coordinated impressively enough) and a multi-hour drive for one of us and a plane ride for the other (he was going there anyways, seeing me is just a huge awesome bonus), we seem to be all set to have a blast. We will be combining our respective friend groups and rolling out to a music festival and then to a bar for some sort of celebration for some unknown person. Whatever. It doesn't matter. Any night out with Randy is a good I right?!?

So here's to adventure, kids! Not saying it will be "Soft-Core" in the traditional sense of the phrase so don't go getting all excited (yes, I'm talking to you. You know who you are!). I plan on behaving myself for the most part in keeping with my "dial it back summer" program. But he does already have some inside scoop on what I like so I might be in for trouble...

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Final Failure - Indie Ink Weekly Challenge

It's Indie Ink challenge time again. I'm lovin' this stuff, kids! Actually I wanted to give up on this one but thanks to the solid advice from and  massive brainstorming situation with a fellow II writer, I found new hope!

My challenge prompt is at the end. Enjoy!

“Why are you doing this?” Michael asked. He was trying to stall. 

“Why?” Jonathon said with a maniacal laugh, his voice raising to a shrillness that showed just how close to the edge he really was. “Why? All you can ask me is why?  I should have expected that you would be clueless, you always have been.” 

“I don’t understand Jonathon,” Michael calmly. “Please help me understand so I can help you?” 

“Look where I’m at right now,” Jonathon said, his exasperation reaching its peak now. “I have nothing to show for my time in this world. I have failed at every single thing I have attempted. Losing Sara is the final insult to my wasted life. What have I got to live for Michael? You tell me that!”
Jonathon moved closer to the edge and looked down at the street below. His whole body was trembling and Michael could see him convulsing like he was going to throw up, but he started laughing instead. 

Jonathon’s laughter echoed off the walls of the surrounding buildings. He had not picked the tallest building to jump off, that would be for an overachiever, someone who wanted that final glorious jump to come with a view. He was satisfied with a six story building in the middle of town. Six stories should be more than enough to finish him off while not being such a grand gesture as to make him seem pretentious or that he was fooled into thinking he was more indestructible than he knew he really was. 

He hadn’t known where he was going when he left that dingy studio apartment earlier in the evening. He just knew that he would not be coming back. He walked for hours, not looking up, not contemplating anything, just walking; absorbing the noise from the city around him like he himself was a long dark hallway. The sounds bounced and reverberated in a mind-numbing jumble of chaos. 

When he looked up, he was on this rooftop. And all the noise stopped. He could hear himself think for the first time all day. That’s when he knew he had to call Michael.  

Michael needed to be here for this. His best friend since 5th grade, Michael had been the one person that could understand Jonathon, could appreciate how his mind worked. Michael had seen every failure first hand. He would have to agree that it was about time Jonathon did something about it. 

And Michael had taken Sara from him. Sara, the first and only girl that Jonathon could say he loved, and Michael just had to have her. He knew that Jonathon wasn’t good enough for a girl like Sara, she deserved someone like Michael. Smart, ambitious, handsome, he really had it all. It made perfect sense for Sara to be with him instead of Jonathon.
So Michael had taken her. Well, that’s not how he tells it of course. 'It just happened,' he said to Jonathon one night, 'We never meant to hurt you.' 

Of course he didn’t mean to hurt Jonathon.  But he had. Michael had stolen the last remaining ray of light form Jonathon’s existence. And since Michael was his best friend, he needed to be here now to see this. He would understand. 

Jonathon turned around one last time and looked Michael in the eye. 

“Thank you Michael,” Jonathon said in a steady, even tone. “Thank you for being my best friend. And for taking care of Sara. You helped me see that I am deserving of nothing and will always be a failure. You made me see that this is what I need to do, so thank you.” 

Before Michael could say anything in response, Jonathon turned towards the emptiness of night that surrounded the rooftop and took a step forward, falling into nothing.  

All Michael could do was stand there on the empty rooftop, knowing it was his fault.

My challenge this week came from K Syrah and was: “I’m 29, Michael, and I live on the west side of SoHo and Y.” – Jonathon Larson
(A Google search revealed this to be a line from the musical Tick...Tick....Boom!, I had no idea)
My challenge went to Disease and he killed it! It's awesome! 

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Oooohhh Shiny things!

Hi kids! I have missed you so! I won't apologize for being such a slacker, on the posting and more disappointingly reading fronts, but work is being a very demanding little bitch right now and she'll not be ignored so I'm doing what I must. Randy has bills to pay so until/unless I find my sugar daddy I shall continue to toil away.

Enough about that. I have fun stuff to talk about now. My lovely sunshine, Rita, gave me an awesome award. I have gotten some great ones in the past but this is particularly awesome, because it has fire on it and you all know how I like fire, or more specifically, the men who put fires out. Yum!  Sorry, what was I talking about?? Oh yes, an award. So thank you darling Rita!
There are rules and I although I usually ignore rules, these I will abide by.
1) Thank the person that gave me the award. See praises to Rita above. I really love this girl, for reals!
2) Reveal 5 things about yourself (and make them a little hot in honor of the award)

  • Nothing turns me on like a well-timed hair pull
  • I may or may not have made a sex tape
  • I have made out with at least one pro athlete from most of the major sports (hockey, baseball (he went pro for the Cubs), NFL draft pick. I'm not a groupie, I just seem to have good luck
  • I can kiss and never ever tell. But I think sharing is fun so I probably will if not specifically told not to. 
  • I'll let you make something up about me for this one, you're welcome! 
3) Pass this on to 7 of my favorite hot blogs
This is a tough one. I seem to have a limitless amount of hotness around me... I'm such a lucky girl! 

For the educational value, I have to include B&B sexcapades I get the urge to go buy ropes and get myself all tied up when I read this one! 

For hotness with an attitude, my girl Jewels does it every time. 

Stefan at Kreative Anythinnz This man wraps me around his finger with his awesome words every time. You need to read his stuff! 

My girl, and keeper of all things hotness, Kage at Sex Sequins & Sociopaths. Just check out her blog, you'll know what I'm talking about. 

Simple Dude is anything but simple. He is hilarious and sexy all wrapped into one. 

And last but not least is my man Wow... I mean with a name like that... what's not hot?  Plus he plays the "pull my hair" card every chance he gets... so you know... 

Ok, I'm not following the rules, I'm only doing 6 because I'm pressed for time and I would rather read your stuff than keep bothering you with mine. 

Hope you enjoy my "hot" list and take some time to check them all out!