As you sow, so shall you reap

@p1kef1sh (45642)
June 15, 2009 7:04am CST
I suppose that it had to happen. Well when you are away so much is it any wonder that you no longer attract the same volume of traffic. There have been some days when I have had as many as 150 but this morning I woke up and there wasn't a single one. Not even that revolting canned meat. So have I gone wrong. Lost my way. Erred. Maybe I need to wake up and smell the coffee. Just to help this discussion along. This group only has 3 members which seems a shame. Would you wear your dress done up this way? Will I see you tomorrow?
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@James72 (26832)
• Australia
15 Jun 09
Don't you worry about me now Mr Pike, I'm ranked 3rd in this interest! (I think it was because of that one time I accidentally slammed my "John Thomas" in the sock drawer!) I'll be here tomorrow, sure! Well, assuming I don't slam anything in the sock drawer again.....
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@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
I have to say that those extra wide socks you wear haven't caught on yet. Is that what is meant by "flat fronted" trousers perhaps?
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@James72 (26832)
• Australia
15 Jun 09
U stopped shoving rolled up socks down my pants a while back actually. I would've kept going with it, but I never realised they were supposed to go down the FRONT and not the back. MAN that was an embarrassing mistake. I wore 'em down the back for months before working that one out!
@James72 (26832)
• Australia
15 Jun 09
lol. I, I stopped....... Good God, someone could have a field day with that "U" reference at the beginning!
@jakill (835)
15 Jun 09
Traffic? Traffic to what? Do you have a site or a blog I don't know about? I've been watching out for discussions from you and they have been few and far between just lately, so perhaps you are occupied elsewhere on the web. And what is the so select group with only three members? And is that dress actually done up?
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@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
I am all over the web like a rash. But my blog is as lonesome as a ghost town on a windy day. Even I don't venture there these days. However, I was talking about my inbox. As for this group - "Lifestyle BDSM". Look at the photo at the top if you want to see how one lady did herself up!! Except on closer scrutiny I think that it is a bra strap.
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• United States
15 Jun 09
Oooohhh that would be painful! LOL
• Australia
16 Jun 09
Darkangel, I am reliably informed (by the girl in question among others) that it is not actually all that painful if done well; it is the accumulation of small pain that stimulates the endorphins, but as much the act of submitting to the process that provides the pleasure for the subject(s). Lash
• Australia
16 Jun 09
I was looking at available tasks when the pic caught my eye on the discussion bar, and I thought "Oh goodie, somebody's posted in my discussion interest". And there you were. You've managed to stimulate my first discussion posting this month. I too have been thinking of closing my account once i reach my next payout (thank the Gods for tasks) this month, but maybe I'll lurk around the place in case of the occasional interesting discussion. I do find it amusing, I must say, that of all the responses only about three actually tackle the issue of the needle play or the BDSM elements lol. Lash
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@p1kef1sh (45642)
16 Jun 09
I am delighted that you dropped in. I was in the mood for a discussion and this group looked like it might well do with some exercise. I am not too surprised that so few have dealt with the needle play - that some have is enough for me. However, I am very touched that you've entered back into the world of discussions as a result of my silly discussion. I have missed seeing you about the place.
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@sharra1 (6344)
• Australia
17 Jun 09
Well I am glad someone posted in your discussion interest. It is strange that people have posted here and not even commented on the attractive needle design.
@littleowl (7157)
15 Jun 09
Hi p1ke, I seem to be away a lot at the moment, but still have enough in my inbox to keep me occupied, infact given a day on here prob wouldn't get ried of all my emails! But am not complaining. As for dresses..they are alien to me and seeing me here tomorrow yes if not on the web somewhere!! hugs LoLo
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@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
It was my great good fortune to spend a little of that time away with you LoLo. My inbox was empty and yours full. Probably how it should be. I hope that I shall see you tomorrow too. XXXX
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@littleowl (7157)
16 Jun 09
Hi p1ke it was lovely being able to spend that itme with you too..and yes you will prob see me here tomorrow or elsewhere!! LOL hugs Lolo xxxx
16 Jun 09
Hi p1key, Oh dear! maybe all your regulars have all gone to sleep, mine you there has been a lot of discussion has be deleted and friends has gone off for a while but I am here and I don't wear dresses that much, mine you I don't wear a dress full stop, I live in my trousers and jeans. Hugs. Tamara xxx
@p1kef1sh (45642)
16 Jun 09
I thought that you lived in a house Tamara. Not Trousers and jeans!!! LOL. I know where all my friends are offline, I just thought it a bit odd that no-one had dropped into the inbox overnight. XXXX
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• United States
15 Jun 09
No, I have no desire to be done up like that. I much prefer to be the one doing the doing up.*LOL* And, of course, you will see me tomorrow. I am always lurking just around the corner, don't you know?*S*
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@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
I know. I never know when and where I might see you. I'll do my own dress up thanks!!!! LOL.
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@TLChimes (4842)
• United States
15 Jun 09
Dresses scare me.... I miss you when you are gone... like a few others who think there is life outside the box. I would have visited the other if I had known about it but I'm really sick so I'm only popping in here so as not to get forgotten. Hopefully I will get back on track after the answers come. I have enough tests over the next 3 weeks that I should get a degree of some sort. I wonder what that would be? Any thoughts?
@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
I hope that you feel better very soon TLC. Maybe that's what you need! As for a degree. Nope, but at the end of the next 3 weeks it certainly will be a TESTament to your tenacity and fortitude.
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• Regina, Saskatchewan
15 Jun 09
I haven't had my coffee yet, I'm wearing a dress..............it's SUMMER. People have better things to do than be here. Take the summer off, enjoy the sunshine, lollipops, rainbows and everything good that's going to come your way, and we'll see you in the fall.
• Regina, Saskatchewan
15 Jun 09
Ok, just reread that it sounded so lame, but the sun is shining and so thanks to KK I have songs running around my head! LOL Don't close out your account. Pop in every now and then to keep it active, and like I said, we'll see you in the fall. Things always pick up in the fall around here.........and remember my smart Mr. Fish, everywhere there is some kind of administration, there is frustration and often contempt. The lot's no different. Your absence has been noticed, you will be/are missed and you will ALWAYS be a welcome site whenever.........Hugs and much, much love.
• Regina, Saskatchewan
15 Jun 09
I'm going for coffee now that I can smeall...........just reread THAT and I can't spell worth..........well you get the drift.LOL
• Regina, Saskatchewan
15 Jun 09
OK, Just reread THAT and I.............I'm outta here! LOL
• Canada
15 Jun 09
Is that a tatoo? I don't have tattoos and have no intention of getting any. Even though I have been told by some to get one. I just don't think they are me. SO, no, I don't think I will be doing that, my dear. Yes, you were missed, too, my dear pikey. (((HUGS)))))
@TLChimes (4842)
• United States
15 Jun 09
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@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
Nope I think she pinned it to her back. Or someone did Annie. Thanks for missing me. XXXX
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• Canada
15 Jun 09
EWWWWWWWW, it is called "needle play". It is pinned to her skin with hypodermic syringes. YUCK! And you can see where it is irritating the skin. Gawd, just asking for an infection. Why did you find this interest, Pikey? You don't have a fancy to do this, do you? HIya myky and Chimes. ((((HUGS))))
@sharra1 (6344)
• Australia
17 Jun 09
Ah well I do not have many dresses but I do love skirts. It has been a while since I been decorated with needles. It is not a form of dress fastener that I would choose but there are those who love it. It can certainly be very decorative. Now a nice lace up dress would be interesting.
@James72 (26832)
• Australia
17 Jun 09
Ah, so a bit of lifestyle BDSM conversation finally drags Lash back into the fray? Long time no see mate. How are you going with your weight loss and exercise?
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• Australia
17 Jun 09
I've hit a bt of a plateau, still sitting on minus 19 kg. I've been a bit off colour, winter blues and my breathing always suffers in the cold, so the exercise program has been a bit curtailed, but I'm back on track now. I haven't been posting because I've been spending what little time I've had here on tasks, but this one caught my eye lol, so here I am. Hope you're well. Lash.
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@sharra1 (6344)
• Australia
18 Jun 09
Thanks for the memory. I do remember the needlework and I always loved the peacock feathers.
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@miamilady (4924)
• United States
2 Oct 09
To quote a "Meatloaf" song... I would do anything for love, but I won't do THAT. ;-) I guess you've figure out buy now it's not a dress...or did you already know that and that is a "figure of speech? Anyway...no I would not wear that type of "corset". Not the one that requires piercing your back. I WOULD however wear a real, fabric corset! ;-)
@p1kef1sh (45642)
2 Oct 09
I knew that it wasn't a dress and I am not surprised that you wouldn't wear it. Neither would I. But some would.
@miamilady (4924)
• United States
2 Oct 09
I know! My daughter saw a woman with a corset on at a Rock Concert. I was a little unsettled with the fact that my 16 yr old (at the time) knew what that was! I have a hard time understanding piercing's only because I'm a bit squeamish when it comes to puncturing holes in your body. I think SOME of them look pretty cool, but I just can't imagine doing it. When I pierced my EARS it was excruciating! lol
@p1kef1sh (45642)
2 Oct 09
16 year olds know way more than we think they do. I know that I did when I was 16. In fact, I thought that I knew it all! LOL.
@mtdewgurl74 (18121)
• United States
15 Jun 09
Would I wear my dress done up that way?..umm, no.. a big big big no..looks like something that could get infected easier or pulled and yanked out..OUCH! These last few weeks I haven't been on my computer but a few times which is rare for me but I have been kept busy first setting up my husbands and little sister birthday party my anniversary all on the same day. And then helping my mom clean and pack up since she is yet again movie..so not alot of time so I am yet again backlogged on my mail. I do hope to see you here or there tomorrow..I have just thought that you have been busy working and haven't been as active as before. So while you aen't getting any I have a whole inbox full and tons of Spam..lol I could go for a French Vanilla Cappuccino..
@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
I'll come with you for that coffee Becky. You sound like a busy girl there. But it's going to be a heck of a party I'll bet. Cheers!
@mtdewgurl74 (18121)
• United States
15 Jun 09
The party was a luau party and I was so tired I didn't really enjoy myself.
@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
That often happens to the organiser Becky. But I bet everyone is very grateful for all your hard work anyway.
@palonghorn (5486)
• United States
15 Jun 09
Awwww, you've haven't lost your touch Pike! Good to see ya again though lol. I haven't been on as much the past week or so. Been helping my daughter paint the inside of her new house, and now into the moving part of it. Been moving small stuff over and this coming Saturday will be the 'big' moving day! All the furniture and big stuff. And then we'll have to clean up her other place. I'm tired just thinking about it! lol So, quick rundown, 20th moving day, 26th roadtrip to a Scrapbooking Convention; 27th an all day scrapbooking get together with some friends (also my going away party) and then packing up to move to Texas. And on top of all that........I got a new puppy last week! lol So, I'll be around just not as much. And no I wouldn't wear my dress done that way!LOL
@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
I'm not so sure it's so much as losing my touch or not; as being "touched" and crazy in the first place! You sound horrendously busy. But moving to Texas is good - which bit are you moving to? Good luck.
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• United States
15 Jun 09
I'll be going to visit/stay with my mom and dad for a bit, they live in Central Texas, about 2 hours west of Austin. Then I'm hoping to get settled not to far from Austin, about 45 miles to the East. It will be a busy few weeks and then the drive to Texas will be 2 days. After I get there, I'll be looking for a place to live, and planning a wedding for September 19th! So pretty sure by the end of September I'm going to need a vacation! LOL
@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
Wow. That sounds incredibly frantic. Good luck and have a great wedding.
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@dawnald (84131)
• Shingle Springs, California
15 Jun 09
Would you like me to spam you? PS good luck getting me into a dress at all!!!
@p1kef1sh (45642)
16 Jun 09
Could you smoked salmon on cream cheese bagel me instead please Dawn! Now c'mon. I know that you used to wear dresses. If we leave out the needles can we get you back into one? Please.
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@dawnald (84131)
• Shingle Springs, California
16 Jun 09
If I eat a bagel with salmon and cream cheese, there will be no getting me into a dress! I'll just send the bagel to you!
@nannacroc (4049)
15 Jun 09
Ok so you have completely lost the plot now. I wouldn't wear a dress. You can see me tomorrow if you want but Sundays are better for me. Have a stiff drink and a good sleep and yu will feel better.
@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
LOL. You have ventured where even crocodiles think twice Nanna. I thought that this is the year that you would be wearing a dress. A nice crocheted one springs to mind!!!!
@nannacroc (4049)
15 Jun 09
I have a vague recollection of a crocheted dress, had you used to wear one?
• Netherlands
15 Jun 09
Hi Pikey! I think it is a pretty safe bet that you will see me tomorrow barring any unforeseen circumstances! But as everyone knows we all have our share of those don't we? As for have you gone wrong, lost your way or even erred...I think probably not, as you seem to still be the same lovable Pikey that you have always been! Every one has times when they are called away from something for one reason or another for a while and just as quickly as they are called away they usually return quickly once the reason has sorted itself out!! I would predict that tomorrow your box will hold a number of interesting proposals...I know I would love to be a fly on That wall!! As for waking up and smelling the coffee...I would suggest you do just that if you even Dare to think I would be wearing any dress or top done up that way!!
@p1kef1sh (45642)
15 Jun 09
Ooh I shall be hurrying to my inbox in the morning then GEL. I wonder what will be there........ Invites to picnics or to amuse or be amused. I'm still waiting for someone to say that they're do their dress up that way.
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• Netherlands
15 Jun 09
I think you should hurry to that inbox tomorrow and I will bet you that there will be all sorts of good things in there. I like the sound of maybe invites to picnics etc. but I Especially like the sound of offers to amuse or be amused...sounds right up my alley as I love amusing people and things, and I'll just bet You could be a very amusing man if you had the mind to Pikey!!
@pumpkinjam (5768)
• United Kingdom
16 Jun 09
What on Earth are you talking about, Sir? No, I would not wear a dress done up that way. In fact, I don't remember the last time I wore a dress. I tried to get myself one but I couldn't find one that would suit me and be comfy and not have three feet of it dragging on the floor. Was this discussion about dresses? I've seen lots of people wearing them. Some have been quite horrible.
@p1kef1sh (45642)
16 Jun 09
No the discussion wasn't really about dresses Pumpkin. It is about the lack of mail in my inbox yesterday. I saw this discussion topic and decided to combine the two. I think that you'd look very good in a dress. They don't all have to drag on the floor. Just ballgowns really.
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@liquorice (3901)
16 Jun 09
Hi p1key, I hope you had some good time away. I'm not on here so often these days, and my myLot mail has reduced somewhat. Just the way it goes I suppose (I'm such a good poet ). I'm sure you haven't gone wrong or lost your way, it's bound to pick up again soon. But seeing as you mentioned coffee I'm going to have to go and make myself some... Btw. I wouldn't wear my dress done up that way as I'm a bit needle-phobic, and I would probably be unconscious after the first one.
@p1kef1sh (45642)
16 Jun 09
I can't remember the time that I last had NO mail at all. LOL. I'm not into all that needle stuff either. Not much of a dress wearer come to think of it!
@alindahaw (1219)
• Philippines
16 Jun 09
Hello there! Yeah, these things happen. One day you are lucky, the next day, things simply do not fall into the right places. The whole thing can be quite annoying really but then again, that is life. :)
@p1kef1sh (45642)
16 Jun 09
Very true indeed. Life is a series of ups and downs isn't it? Thank you.
• Philippines
16 Jun 09
I am new here. Would you care to explain more? What is lifestyle bdsm? is it about tattooing?
@p1kef1sh (45642)
16 Jun 09
I think that Grandpa Lash has described it better than I could. Welcome to myLot.