Friday, May 23, 2014


How do you manscape your pubic hair? 
Is it au natural?
Is it trimmed over with a trimmer?
Do you trim or shave your balls?

I'm curious. There's something sexy about an  au natural or nicely trimmed set of balls and cock. 

I typically shave my balls and will occasionally manscape taking a trimmer over the pubes. Sometimes I'll trim heavily around my penis because who wants pubes in your hand while you jack off? 

I am thinking trying new things - a more triangular landing strip like this... what do you guys think and do?

Summer Questionnaire

Memorial Day Weekend

1. Memorial Day is a day of remembrance but it also signifies the "Official" start of summer. What are your plans for the weekend?

I will be in Tampa/Orlando departing on a 7 day cruise with my partner and some friends.

2. What is your most and least favorite thing about summer?

Relaxing and traveling are among my favorites, as well as no schedule. 
Least favorite things include wearing shorts - I think shorts don't look as complete as pants, and I feel naked wearing them. 
Oh, and sweating sucks. Hyperhydrosis. Ick. I have sweaty hands and feet especially int he summer.
3. What do you think of when I say "Bar-B-Que"?

Lucille's. Google it. 

4. What is your favorite summer food?

Taco Salad

5. Are you in swim suit shape yet?

Nope... got about 10 pounds to lose. Damn me for not losing 10 pounds in this past month by not eating. 

6. Given the choice, which do you prefer: ocean, lake or pool?

Do I have to choose? Who wants a pool? Maintenance. And water. Ick. Ocean... sand... and sand is bad. And lake... well, walking around it isn't bad. I guess. 

7. Which summer blockbuster movie are you most looking forward to seeing?

None - not a fan of going to the movie theater

8. Summer reading - What? Recommendations?

gay erotica, cheap reads on amazon's kindle site
Biographies - Currently reading Carole King's bio

9. Vacation Plans? If you can't, what would you do if you could?

Cruise this weekend, Vegas hopefully a few times (fingers crossed), a road trip to Salt Lake hopefully

10. Did you ever have to go to summer school?

Yes... got a D+ in Algebra II because I sucked at math, and Carlos was a horrible teacher. 

Bonus - Sex on the Beach?

Every happy hour.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Last day of school

:::Happy Dance:::

Have to go back and check out tomorrow, but that should be a chill day.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

The new job

So here's the lowdown

The Good
- Almost no stress, and I don't come home needing a drink every night according to Mike
- The kids know that since they are at a continuation school this is their last chance to shape up, so most are pretty good.
- A lot less planning on my end since it is packet work and setting up my syllabus at the beginning of the year will carry me the entire year.
- Easy lesson planning
- Admin is laid back and supportive
- Max class size is 25
- Next year I plan to teach things i'm passionate about - critical reading and writing, and I can. Woo.
- The cafeteria lady and custodian are the nicest people at the school. They really are genuine, concerned, sweet people

The Bad
- The hours - 11:30-7pm has required me to completely readjust my schedule. Still get up at 6, but go to the gym, do yard work and clean, then eat breakfast, and shower. Getting off at 7 threw off my dinnertime - now 8 or later instead of 5. BOO. Oh, and 12am is my new bedtime it seems instead of 10:30.
- The fulfillment - this is not really a fulfilling job, but after 3.5 years of extreme stress I'm ready for a change. I think me being able to teach next year rather than just sit at my desk will be more fulfilling.
- The teachers - most unfriendly and rude people you have ever met. One dude was trimming his nose hair in the lunch room with his electric trimmer. Who does that? Another was talking about how he was wanting to cheat on his wife he married 3 weeks ago because she wasn't giving him sex. These aren't people I want to surround myself with. When I say hello I'm ignored. I miss friendliness.
- You don't have to dress up- I was a shirt and tie guy at my old school, as were all the male teachers. It was what was expected. Here, there's a guy, who everyday wears an orange shirt with a rhinoceros on it, brown cargos, has a green or orange mohawk depending on the day, ears pierced, and combat boots. I believe you dress for the job, dress for success, dress professionally, and so this is a disappointment. I am dressing down a lot in fact, and doing button downs and jeans most days.
- The lady I share a room with is bipolar in her thoughts and what she says according to staff.
- Happy hour is from 3-6, or 3-7 depending on where you go. No cheap food and drinks for me...

Monday, May 19, 2014


Miss my old coworkers like crazy, and our super nice enclosed patio was just finished, so it was the perfect time to have a brunch Mike and I decided. Went out and loaded up on breakfast stuffs, and booze. Mike made his NJ tradition, his egg and sausage creation in a bowl, and oatmeal. Had a do it yourself bloody mary bar, which was a hit. Many of the teachers who were here had never had one before. They loved it. Also had the traditional mimosas. Played Cards Against Humanity, and drank, and laughed, and talked. My coworker Marc, whom I am sure has floated in the man pool before, though he is married and has a kid, was the life of the party, like usual. Flirty. Chatty, and just fun to hang around. Blondiful J was here too, and she was taking photos of everyone. Marc declared we need to have many more of these - at least once a month. I agreed. Hopefully we can.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Cheesy Photos

The clerk at my old school is raising money for her son to go on a trip to DC with his school next year. She is a pro photographer, and has a special of 5 shots, which equates to a 20 minute session for $30. I took her up on the offer since I have wanted some good photos of Mike and I together, plus it is for a great cause. Mike hates taking photos, gave me looks, and snide comments the entire way. Once we got to the site where we were taking the photos, he was fine. We got the photos back today, and they look great.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Opus 1

I didn't know the reference on RHOC to Opus 1. Mike was saddened. I need a bottle of Opus 1, stat.

It's wine BTW.

Sunday, May 4, 2014

3s the charm

Finally met up with our friends J and B. We haven't seen them since November or so. Lots got in the way. The first time B had been sick, the second time something else happened, and the 3rd time was 2 weekends ago when Mike was in bed sick all weekend with some stomach virus. It almost became a 3rd time we had to reschedule when J's grandma died Thursday. She was 101.

We chatted last weekend and bought groupon tickets to an Angels game.

Met up at their house about 4pm yesterday. Showed off Mike's new car. Mike got a new Chevy Volt. It is the coolest thing. Seriously. We drove to the game in it, and parked at the brewery right by the stadium. We had a couple beers, then meandered to the stadiuM. I sat next to B about half of the game, talking about work and other random stuff. Then we got up halfway through the game and found new seats where we could better see the fireworks. J and I sat spotting cute guys and determining whether they were straight or not. Angels won. Fireworks after the show were awesome. As we were walking back to the car we found a baby kitten that we were trying to rescue - he was nowhere near his mommy and seemed all alone. Scared little thing, though. So we were off to Yogurtland for some treats.

Good night overall... glad we got to get together

Other happenings- we put one of our cats down this week. He had kidney disease, which basically there's no recovery from unless she was going to have constant injections and something equivalent to dialysis.

Had breakfast with my dad this week now that I work nights.

Hung out with E from my old school, and her husband, Mike. We went to a brewery on Friday night, which was really good. They had a food truck too,w which was so-so. Asian fusion.

Our patio is done. We have had a patio cover put in that is about a quarter the size of the house - it is half enclosed and half open. Been buying stuff for it. We are out on the patio right now enjoying it.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Throwback Thursday


We heard this song EVERYWHERE in Mexico City. EVERYWHERE. In stores, on the radio, on TV, on top 40 stations. What a random song to have such an obsession with...