The Eyes have it.

Australia
April 5, 2009 5:37am CST
Following on from a discussion started by Mykl version2, I have changed my avatar. Tell me, apart from the fact that I'm more than a little cockeyed, what does the new avatar tell you about me? Perhaps we can lay that old saw to rest lol. Lash
3 people like this
4 responses
@Wizzywig (7859)
5 Apr 09
That you like peeping through letter boxes..... perhaps you are a former postman or maybe that you are, in fact, Wee Willie Winkie checking to make sure that all the children have gone to bed - which in turn tells me that you are wearing a blue and white striped nightdown with matching nightcap and carrying a lighted candle. I suspect you will be arrested and incarcerated for your own safety quite soon. Sooooo, this comment will probably prove that you are much misunderstood. I can see the Santa "twinkle" too.
• Australia
5 Apr 09
Ah yes, but I'm a Santa in black leather with thigh high boots and a crop in hand. Lash
1 person likes this
@LadyMarissa (12162)
• United States
6 Apr 09
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, now that's the avatar I want to see Lash!!!
• Australia
6 Apr 09
They never approve those pics when I try. Besides, since there's usually only two of us involved, and the other one tends to be a bit tied up at the time, I'm the one who gets to take the pics, so I don't have a lot of me in role. Lash
@LadyMarissa (12162)
• United States
5 Apr 09
Sorry Lash...I despise they eyes only avatars. I HATED mykl's & I hope you change yours soon!!! I've always said that the eyes are the windows to the soul but now realize it takes a little more than eyes to get the full effect!!! When I see an eyes only avatar, I wonder what that person has to hide. I know you hide nothing, so whyyyyy??? I vote to bring back your old avatar!!!
• Australia
5 Apr 09
Think of it as a social experiment. It will have a finite life, I promise you. Lash
@LadyMarissa (12162)
• United States
6 Apr 09
AWWWWWW, mykl. You know which avatar you wear that I like. It gives me the total package...eyes, chest & I must admit a few wet dreams
@LadyMarissa (12162)
• United States
10 Apr 09
THANK YOU FOR THE BR LASH. I like that avatar MUCH BETTER!!!
@miamilady (4924)
• United States
6 Apr 09
Well, here's the thing. I already know some things about you, so my "interpretation" of your eyes would me affected by the things I already know. For example, in the picture, the expression in your eyes, to me, seems "stern", but I don't know if I'm thinking that because I know you enjoy the bdsm lifestyle of it is truly what I'm seeing in the picture. I do wonder what the expression on the rest of your face is. A smirk? A grimmace? Something that I did notice is that there appears to be a scar near one of your eyes. I'm curious about how you got that. I'm also wondering exactly what you are trying to learn from this "social experiment"?
• Australia
6 Apr 09
Geez you ask some doozies. The stern look is actually me, and is immensely helpful in my role as Master lol. It's a total lie, I'm a pu**y cat underneath it all - oh, alright, a teddy bear, but even teddy bears have claws. The scar was one of those childhood accidents. My parents had a mahogany table with a glass sheet across the top of it, and I was swinging from it (like Tarzan), and my little brother thought it would be fun to join in. The combined weight was too much for even that table, and it tipped, and me having the bigger head (lol), it hit me under the eye and left that scar. I think I was about 6 at the time. But I tell my subs it was a dueling scar. As to what the social experiment is, I want to see how many Mylotters (preferably female) are hypnotised by an avatar made up of eyes only. It obviously happens: take myklj for example. Lash Oh damn, got caught by the pu**y cat thingie again.
@miamilady (4924)
• United States
6 Apr 09
I knew it was you. I vaguely remember Mykl's avatar. Although I do think "eyes" can be intruiging, I don't necessarily believe they are "the window to the soul" as so many people say. I think you can get an idea of a person through there eyes, but there are so many other factors as well. Facial expressions, body language etc. I think there are some people that are good at hiding their "true selves" to the point where you might not even people able to read them through their eyes. I had a similar scar that I got in a similar way. I had a run in with a table when I was about 3yrs old. I don't know if it was glass, or not. I was too young to remember the incident, but as a child I was told how I got the scar. It was on my temple. It stayed with me for many years, but eventually it faded away. My children have scars on their faces too. my daughter has one under her eye from when or dog (a puppy at the time) playfully jumped up and scratched her there. My son, unfortunatly has a few. He seems to scare easily and has a few (fairly minor) incidents. Oddy, his most sigificant scare was from him falling on a giant leggo! lol Personally I think scars add character and possibly some "intrigue". I think I just fuond a topic for another discussion! lol
@MsTickle (24991)
• Australia
5 Apr 09
If I look at your eyes they are piercing, even beady. But if I look at the whoile picture it oozes Santa Claus....
• Australia
5 Apr 09
Ho, ho, ho. Waddya mean, beady? Piercing I'll accept lol, hypnotic even, but beady? Bah! Lash
1 person likes this
@MsTickle (24991)
• Australia
5 Apr 09
heheheheheh....gotcha! (by the lashes - so to speak)