A blog about everything I love! From Astronomy to music and everything in between. I cover 'sudoscience' - We've got aliens, and conspiracy theories, disclosure, want to ascend? Me too..... Then I spin it the whole other way and give you 'factual science' with cool stuff I've been learning at university. I share choice music, books, funny websites, silly hobbies, people, fun and food. Join me on a crazy ride through my life on this wonderful planet we call Earth!

Thursday, 31 July 2014

Planning my next holiday…..

I’m planning a holiday for next year so  I have something to look forward too, and I was thinking that because I just did  tropical locations on my cruise I should go for something completely opposite for my next trip. Therefore I have decided to hit the slopes and try my hand at skiing for the second time in my life.
The options are Japan or New Zealand because of their proximity to Australia and the costs involved. So now to do some research,  make a pros and cons list for each place, and decide whether I want to try my hand at learning Japanese (because If I go, I go – none of this winging it shit, prior to leaving I’ll immerse myself in the culture, read lots of websites, look at maps, book shit and find out about what I should expect to see and do and basically become one with the country, and I don’t know if I have enough time to fully give. In which case I might have to stick with NZ  where I know what the people are like and it will be just an easier trip and then I can just get amongst it!
However, I have also been really meaning to get back to the Australian snow which is a 19.5 hour car ride away from where I am to a place called Thredbo and have been dreaming about it since I left there oh 19 years ago now - I have been doing some looking online and there is the cutest little cottages for rent that I can totally picture myself in....

Decisions decisions……

So soft, so smooth, so gorgeous!

When it comes to grooming in Las Vegas, I don't trust anyone but the Gestapo Sisters. Cam says I have the most beautiful pussy he's ever seen.

'You want Brazilian, yes?'

Jennifer nodded. There were other options - the bikini wax, the G-string wax, the Hollywood wax. She had no idea what each entailed. All she knew was that Kristin had talked at length about Cam's preference for the Brazilian, which removed all hair except for a landing strip at the front.
Suddenly, Jennifer could feeli the sensation of the warm wax being applied. It was strangely soothing. Her anxiety began to subside, even as the pressure of the cloth strip signalled the inevitable next step.


'Oh God!' Jennifer cried. The pain arrived with a ferocious intensity. She knew that the hair was gone. But it felt like the skin might have gone with it. Beads of sweat dotted her forehead.

'Be quiet. I'm working.'

Later that night, while relaxing in a warm tub - Jennifer could not stop touching herself. It was so soft, so smooth, so gorgeous.

J. J. Salem

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

The Strip....

She left him standing there with a strong erection and no place to put it in.

Kristin Fox

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

The 'Great Wall of Vagina

Female genitalia have long been a source of fascination, recently of celebration but generally of confusion. Today it seems that creating images of the vagina is the sole preserve of pornographers, erotic artists and feminists. Step in British artist Jamie McCartney who has grasped the nettle to create a monumental wall sculpture all about this most intimate of places. For 400 women their privates have gone public...

Half a decade since its humble beginnings, The Great Wall of Vagina has enticed women from many different countries and all walks of life to volunteer to be cast by McCartney in an overwhelmingly positive reaction to the project.

The 9 metre long polyptych consists of four hundred plaster casts of vulvas, all of them unique, arranged into ten large panels. McCartney set out to make this project as broad and inclusive as possible. The age range of the women is from 18 to 76. Included are mothers and daughters, identical twins, transgendered men and women as well as a woman pre and post natal and another one pre and post labiaplasty.

It’s not vulgar, it’s vulva! This isn’t just sensation, it is art with a social conscience and McCartney wants people to stop, look and listen. This is about grabbing the attention, using humour and spectacle, and then educating people about what normal women really look like. Described as “the Vagina Monologues of sculpture” this piece is intended to change the lives of women, forever.

“For many women their genital appearance is a source of anxiety and I was in a unique position to do something about that.”

Vulvas and labia are as different as faces and many people, particularly women, don't seem to know that. McCartney hopes this sculpture will help to combat the exponential rise, seen in recent years, of cosmetic labial surgeries. This new fashion for creating 'perfect' vaginas sets a worrying trend for future generations of women.

The Great Wall of Vagina makes for fascinating and revealing viewing which is a far cry from pornography. It is not erotic art. It is not about titillation. McCartney has pulled off an amazing trick - to deliberately make the sexual nonsexual and take you much deeper. One is able to stare without shame but in wonder and amazement at this exposé of human variety.

“It’s time our society grew up around these issues and I’m certain that art has a role to play.”

If you want to check out the website and feast your eyes on the casting process, review the videos and match your vajay vajay to one on the wall then click this link    http://www.greatwallofvagina.co.uk/home

What are you reading?

So I'm currently reading a book call the The Strip by J. J. Salem - my first novel from this author, and so far I'm liking it. I don't usually read books with homocide in them, but it has a few aspects I normally look for in a book, so i thought I would go somewhat outside my comfort zone and give it a go!

The Strip

In a city built for sin, where any fantasy is one phone call away, three successful women scheme through a culture where today’s stripper could be tomorrow’s Governor’s wife—and nobody would blink an eye. They are Las Vegas wives, and THE STRIP is their adults-only playground, a neon-splashed boulevard where excitement, seduction, and betrayal never go to sleep. 

Kristin Fox is the bestselling writer of controversial sex-in-suburbia novels who hungers for a sensual feast that goes beyond the pages of her money-making fiction. Jennifer Payne is the insightful marriage and family therapist who has an answer for every relationship problem except the one happening in her very own bedroom. Billie Shelton is the casino showroom song-and-dance dazzler who has been saved, remade, and quietly shattered by a dangerously obsessive Svengali husband. 

And Cam Lawford is their stud-for-hire who sees a career-ending sports injury lead him from roaring crowds in NFL stadiums to willing and generous women in luxury hotel rooms. And, ultimately, straight to an early grave...


Friday, 25 July 2014

World’s 10 Strangest Pair of Shoes

The world is a strange place to live in and the people are stranger. However, if you want to know about the strangest things, they are the inventions and creations of these people. Find out below the 10 strangest shoes in the world. Be prepared as your preconceived notions about shoes are going to change here. You are about to see some funny, innovative and even disturbing shoe designs.

The Rat Shoe

This pair of shoes resembling dead rats is perfect for Halloween. However, they look quite disturbing too and not advisable for people who are weak at heart.

The Gameboy Shoe

You must have heard of getting entertainment on the go. However, you possibly have not heard of a shoe that contains a device to entertain you on the move. A portable entertainment system is right here for you. Remove the same from the shoe and start playing.

The Landscape Shoe

This is for nature lover. This is a piece of art that ought to be preserved. This pair of shoes would look better in a showcase than on your feet.

For the full list check out this link


FÉLICIEN ROPS- artist and literary revolutionist

I was directed to this artist by a kind person on G+ and I was not disappointed! His artworks are a culmination of his darkest thoughts and desires and maybe even his fears.... What a very complex man - one who was far before his time. Enjoy x

Félicien Rops

FÉLICIEN ROPS, 1833 - August 23, 1898 

Rops's was closely associated with the literary movement of Symbolism and Decadence. Like the works of the authors whose poetry he illustrated, his work tends to mingle sex, death, and Satanic images. 

According to Edith Hoffmann, the "erotic or frankly pornographic" nature of much of Rops's work "is at least partly due to the attraction these subjects had for a provincial artist who never forgot his first impressions of Paris".

From Saint Teresa's description of her religious ecstasy:

"I saw in his hand a long spear of gold, and at the iron's point there seemed to be a little fire. He appeared to me to be thrusting it at times into my heart, and to pierce my very entrails; when he drew it out, he seemed to draw them out also, and to leave me all on fire with a great love of God. The pain was so great, that it made me moan; and yet so surpassing was the sweetness of this excessive pain, that I could not wish to be rid of it."

A quote from Rops 

Whenever the pain becomes too much, I saddle my horse and disappear in the forest... silent as desire, silent as myself. For I am not the cheerful gentleman with whom you are acquainted. Within this body is imprisoned a soul like a half-starved tiger in an iron cage, bellowing out its dreadful passins. All men seem mean and pretty to me, ingloriously lewd, travelling salesmen with their second-rate eroticism!

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

What am I working on?

                   I am currently working on two projects at the moment.

The first one is my absolute passion – Ally in Disguise.

Ally in Disguise is a new novel and currently a work in progress. I am basically about halfway through filling in the main body of the book. Its definitely a labour of love – I actually get excited when I get to sit down and spend some time with it, which hasn’t been as often as I would like recently.

That’s because the second project I am working on – another book as part of a ghost-writing job I have taken on, is taking up most of my time. I have currently written maybe 300 or so handwritten pages and I was in deep with the typing which was basically killing me, and my spirit becaus wit just wouldn't end...but obviously did! Don’t get me wrong,  the book is coming along nicely and I like it, but I have a not so secret hatred of typing. I’m not that bad at it – I just find it so monotonous – mind numbing and fucking annoying. I love, love the creative part of writing a book, but when it comes to turning those hand written words into print I could just about do anything to avoid that labourous mess.

Monday, 21 July 2014

Sexy heels.....

So sexy!

There's just something about this that is so naughty and sexy I just had to share it so you could enjoy it too!

9 Regional Slang Words We Should All Start Using...

Doing the Huffington Post rounds and I came across this article and it was about slang words that people use and maybe that more people should start using them - I love new words or old ones that have been recycled. My favourites are cool which I use for everything, amaze and jackass which is probably my favourite word at the moment but they change regularly. Anyway so I found this and thought I would share. 

We Americans love our slang. Winky terms like terrific and awesome are now so ubiquitousthat they barely even qualify as slang anymore. We wear bling to parties and have a blast; we goof off and then catch some z's.

Despite the pervasiveness of slang, however, there are deep reserves of regional slang that we haven't yet taken mainstream. Texas isn't the only English-speaking region with some killer phrases begging for nation-wide popularization. What about the quirky terms used only in NorCal, the U.P., or Boston -- just for starters?

Here are 9 useful -- and fun -- regional slang terms we should all start using as soon as possible:


Used in: Northern California and the Pacific Northwest

Translation: "really"

Example: “These kimchi tacos are hella good.”

Why should Northern Californians -- and Gwen Stefani -- have all the fun? Using hellainstead of very evokes a laid-back surfer vibe that can make any conversation seem more chill.


Used in: New England

Translation: "really"

Example: “These tacos are wicked good.”

In today’s hyperbolic culture, the words very and really have become really, very overused. We need all the colorful alternatives we can lay our hands on.


Used in: The South

Translation: "you all"

Example: “When are y’all going to get tacos?”

Try as we might, we can’t come up with a more succinct, gender-neutral term to address a group. You guys? All of you? You all? None has quite the effectiveness and simplicity ofy’all. This needs to catch on outside of the South already.


Used in: Eastern Wisconsin, eastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Australia

Translation: "drinking fountain"

Example: “Eating that taco made me so thirsty. I really need to find a bubbler.”

Not only is this one of the original patented terms for the device, it’s cute, descriptive, and much easier to say than the cumbersome drinking fountain.


Used in: Canada

Translation: "garbage disposal"

Example: “If you’re not going to finish that taco, just put the rest down the garburator.”

Okay, so this clever word only saves you one syllable -- but that isn’t nothing. And aside from being faster to say, garburator just sounds neater and more gadgety than garbage disposal.


Used in: Britain

Translation: "bathroom"

Example: “Does this taco place have a loo I could use? Too many margaritas!”

We’ve had toilets for decades, but Americans don’t yet seem to have a good euphemism for them. Bathroom? Powder room? Restroom? Little boys’ room? Crapper? None possesses the ideal combination of brevity and delicacy. We need a loo.


Used in: Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Translation: “compress or tamp down”

Example: “I’m gonna pank more kimchi down into this taco so each bite is spicier.”

Who wouldn’t get a lot of use out of this word? Every day we’re panking down the garbage so we can fit another night’s leftovers in there, or we’re panking down the laundry into the hamper. Okay, maybe people who do their chores in a timely manner won’t use it as much, but it’s still a solid addition to the language.


Used in: Pennsylvania

Translation: "idiot"

Example: "What kind of bufflehead doesn't like kimchi on his tacos?"

Don't get confused: Bufflehead can also refer to a "buoyant, large-headed duck," which is more of a scientific term. But if someone snippily calls you a bufflehead, they probably mean that you're a fool -- it just sounds way funnier.


Used in: Wisconsin

Translation: "a superlative instance of something; something wonderful of its kind"

Example: "This taco is a real whoopensocker! I'm going to eat at this taco truck every Friday."

This delightful term, which really sounds like what it means, got a fair amount of presswhen it was included in The Dictionary of American Regional English several years ago. And yet we're not yet hearing it all over the country. Try to catch up, people.

CLARIFICATION: The post has been updated to reflect that the term "bubbler" is also used in Rhode Island and Australia.


You're welcome!!

The Golden Burger

Top ten bizarre books.

I was roaming around aimlessly in internet land today, looking for something to tickle my fancy and came across some really cool articles, one of which I thought I would share with you guys! 

If you like reading or strange weird shit, then you might want to check out the link at the bottom of this recap!

Strange, quirky, surprising, disturbing – the following books may represent many of these traits, but they are all certainly bizarre and something quite out of the ordinary. Book lovers and enthusiasts of bizarre topics in general will find these selections both interesting and entertaining. If you’re looking for a conversation piece for your book table, these books really know how to call attention to themselves! 

Many adults do enjoy coloring and this is certainly a selection better suited to a grown-up than a kid since it features a cover-size gun, well, right on the cover. Many of hip-hop’s most memorable and, indeed, colorful rappers are depicted by thick black illustrations that await the bold hand of an artist. Biggie dares you to color him pink. Thugs to some and musical superstars to many, these rappers will have you sharpening your kids’ Crayolas in no time (see bizarre book selection #3 for assistance). Since this book was published in 2004, copies are still widely available from venues like Amazon.com.


This book might stifle conversations as much as it starts them depending on who you invite over. In general, this is not mother-in-law material, so hide it from the coffee table when she visits. With 700 entries that include everything from love potions to the most unusual sexual practices on earth, this book does contain and portray some highly unusual stuff that is not for the faint of heart. Anyone interested in the bizarre or, at least, highly unusual practices of humans will be both shocked and entertained to learn what floats some people’s boats when it comes to sexuality.

For the full list you can check it out here -