Sunday, August 5, 2012

Fifty Shades of Irish Grey

As always the Irish have found the funny side of something. Here’s a few classics from the Irish take on Fifty Shades of Grey:

Give it to me, give it to me’, he roared aggressively. Some days Mary hated working at Ulster Bank.

He slipped his hand under the red silk.. “You’re so beautiful in that dress.” “Feck off, it was only a euro in Penneys!”

Bríd’s knees were sore and her throat was raw…This was the longest Novena she’d ever attended.

You’re so tight, he said, I’m from Cavan she replied.

Slowly he ran his finger down the middle, parting the pink softness, feeling the moist sticky centre. He loved a Mikado.

‘She Quivered as I stroked her thighs. ‘Take me in the shower Sean!’ I whispered to her ‘Wait til I turn on the immersion’

‘Her underwear was wet as he pulled the rope. There’s great drying out today she thought as the clothes line hoisted’

 She wrapped her fingers around it and greedily pulled it towards her lips.20 bottles for 15 quid at Centra Mick! Bargain!

'its so long!Never seen the likes of it!' exclaimed maire, as she joined the dole queue

She widened her mouth, trying to fit it all in!! Juices ran down her face. Mary  did love a kebab after coppers

She was panting as she let out one final scream of pure pleasure. There was nothing like beating Kilkenny in the hurling

She took a deep breath as the shivers rolled down her hot body... Jaysus, she thought. The vicks is kicking in now!

Come on! Pump it hard.. Real hard! But it was no use the tyre was definitely punctured!

He asked if she could handle more than one finger. She said she preferred Hob Nobs or a purple Schnack with her tea
'Spread 'em', he said gruffly. Margie looked dolefully at the bags of fertilizer destined for the back field.

So True!

Friday, July 13, 2012

Friday the 13th

The fear of Friday the 13th has been called friggatriskaidekaphobia (Frigga being the name of the Norse goddess for whom "Friday" is named and triskaidekaphobia meaning fear of the number thirteen), or paraskevidekatriaphobia a concatenation of the Greek words Paraskeví (Παρασκευή, meaning "Friday"), and dekatreís (δεκατρείς, meaning "thirteen") attached to phobía (φοβία, from phóbos, φόβος, meaning "fear"). The latter word was derived in 1911 [citation needed] and first appeared in a mainstream source in 1953.

And my all time favourite scary song has to be MJ's Thriller!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Idaho - BeLonG To

From Day Against Homophobia

Following other initiatives such as the National Day Against Homophobia created in 2003 in the Quebec province of Canada by the Fondation Emergence and celebrated in June,Louis-Georges Tin, a French university lecturer, campaigner for Black and LGBT Rights and chief editor of the «Dictionary of Homophobia», launched in August 2004 an initiative to create an International Day Against Homophobia that is global in scope. He launched an appeal « For a universal recognition of the International Day Against Homophobia » (IDAHO) and proposed that this day be fixed on May 17th, to commemorate the World Health Organisation’s decision to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders.
By May 17th 2005, as a result of a year long campaigning effort, 24000 people worldwide and reputed international organisations like ILGA, IGLHRC, the World Congress of LGBT Jews, the Coalition of African lesbians, to name but a few, had signed the “IDAHO appeal”. In May 2005 already, the IDAHO saw some activities take place in many countries in the world. The first LGBT events ever were organised in Congo, China and Bulgaria. Josepp Borrell, President of the European Parliament made a statement supporting the IDAHO and invited Tin to the conference the EU Parliament organised for IDAHO 2006.
By that time a new campaign had been launched calling « For a universal decriminalisation of homosexuality » and by May 17th 2006 it had attracted support from several Nobel Prize winners (Desmond Tutu, Amartya Sen, Elfriede Jelinek, Dario Fo, José Saramago), artists (Merryl Streep, Cindy Lauper, Elton John, David Bowie), intellectuals (Noam Chomsky, Judith Butler, Bernard-Henri Lévy), NGOs (ILGA, FIDH), politicians, etc...
For IDAHO 2006 again, the IDAHO Committee and GayRussia co-organised the first GayPride in Moscow, preceded by an International IDAHO conference that brought together many activists, organisations and politicians from around Europe and North America. In July 2006, thanks to the efforts of Fondation Emergence, the Montreal Conference on LGBT Human Rights, organised in the wake of the Outgames, included in its Declaration of Montreal a strong recommendation to all Governments to recognise May 17th as the International Day Against Homophobia.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Sneaky Sneaky

Don't we all wish it was as easy as this...

Quote of the Day

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” 
 Maya Angelou

Friday, May 11, 2012

Steven Martin

Ok, we all love Steve Martin,
Yes, he can be a little coukey sometimes
But I have to be honest and say
I didn’t realise he was more than a comic actor! (hanging my head in shame)

Much to my surprise he is also an author, playwright, producer, musician and composer as well!

Therefore, I would just like to give an awed bow down to Steve,
And share with you some of my favourite quotes.

“A day without sunshine is like, you know, night.”

“I saw the movie, 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' and was surprised because I didn't see any tigers or dragons. And then I realized why: they're crouching and hidden.”

“Talking about music is like dancing about architecture.” 

“You know that look that women get when they want to have sex? Me neither.” 

“Thankfully, persistence is a great substitute for talent.” 

“Comedy is the art of making people laugh without making them puke.”

Quote of the Day

The discipline of writing something down is the first step towards making it happen.

Lee Iacocca, former Chief Executive of the Chrysler Corporation


We all must be very careful when using abbreviations as the can be quite a Handful!

This was part of a form that was on my desk today in work to be worked through. 
I know it's Friday, but come on!

Mind you I think I might like to meet an Ass Manager! 
Wonder what their job entails???
Could I apply?

Wednesday, May 2, 2012


Forest Gump said that "Life is like a Box of Chocolates....."

Well sorry to disappoint, but it's not!

LIKE Chocolates!
I hate being sick :(

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Bizarre and Funny - Sex Facts

Ok so I got a little bored today, and read a interesting tweet which then, as always, led me on a bit of a tangent.

Here are the results of said tangent.

If there are any that you would like to add please just leave a comment and I will add it to the list.

  1. In Victorian times, whores wore pubic wigs
  2. Condoms were originally made of animal intestines or linen
  3. Men looking at male porn produce more sperm
  4.  One out of seventeen, or 400,000,000 people have sex a day. 4,000 people are doing it right now! So, the world is a rockin’, don’t go a knockin’
  5. The hotter the room, the fiercer the orgasm.
  6. Back in 1609, Dr. Wecker found a dead man with two peckers! Since, eighty cases of double headers have been reported. But no word on whether or not those guys ever got them both on in a threesome.
  7. Erotic asphyxiation didn’t just kill INXS lead singer Michael Hutchence. Cutting off oxygen to your brain to feel a strong new sensation during sex causes around 500 American deaths every year.
  8. Every year, more than 11,000 American’s are injured while experimenting with bizarre sexual positions.
  9. Forty-six percent of women say a good night’s sleep is better than sex
  10. The word “masturbation” comes from the Latin meaning “to pollute oneself”.
  11. The typical person spends about 600 hours having sex between the ages of 20 and 70.
  12. Americans spend twice as much money on pornography than they do on cookies.
  13. According to Runner's World magazine, two out of three runners say that they fantasize about sex while running. On the other hand, one out of 11 fantasizes about running while having sex.
  14. According to Runner's World magazine, two out of three runners say that they fantasize about sex while running. On the other hand, one out of 11 fantasizes about running while having sex.
  15. According to the Hite Report, candles are the artificial device used more frequently by women when masturbating.
  16. Pornography is derived from the Greek word meaning "the writings of prostitutes."
  17. Kellogg's Corn Flakes were invented by a Dr. Kellogg in hopes that they would reduce masturbation.
  18. During sexual intercourse, in addition to the genitals and breasts, the inner nose also swells.
  19. During any given period, women who read romance novels have a tendency to have twice as many lovers as those who don’t.
  20. Most men under 40 years of age can achieve an erection in less than 10 seconds.
  21. The longest erect penis on record was 13 inches. The smallest was 1cm.
  22. According to experts, sex is about 10 times more effective as a tranquilliser than Valium.
  23. 75% of Japanese women own a vibrator. The average worldwide is 47%.
  24. Straight men tend to have smaller penises than gay men.
  25. Pops likes to get it on. Seventy-three-percent of 70-year-old men are still potent. Whoa, down boy!

Friday, April 20, 2012

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Quote of the Day

“A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it's in hot water.” 

Monday, April 2, 2012

Quote of the Day

Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

GayRomLit Retreat 2012

It's that time again.
The details have been announced for This Years GayRomLit Retreat

Here are the details if any of you are interested,
But hurry up, theirs not many more places left!

Registration is now underway for the second annual GayRomLit Retreat. This year's event will occur October 18-21, 2012 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
We call it a retreat instead of a conference or convention so that the emphasis can be on building relationships, reinvigorating creative energies, and presenting varied and informal opportunities for readers, authors, and publishers to renew friendships and make new ones.
The information that contains the preliminary program of events and activities planned as well as details you'll want to know about registration, hotel, transporation, and more will be available soon. While we're confident that most events and activities will occur as stated, some details were still awaiting confirmation at the end of Publisher Registration.
This is the must-attend event for all who enjoy creating, reading, and publishing gay romance. Registration is limited to a maximum of 400 people so don't delay. We hope to see you in Albuquerque!

Click here to go to Reader Registration
Click here to go to Author Registration

Hope to see you there!

Sunday, January 1, 2012

KPW Book of the Year - The Results!

Happy New Year Everyone!

I hope everyone had a good and safe night last night!

We are finally there...

It's time for the results of the First Ever KPW Book of the Year Countdown.

Because there was just so many to choose from I have broken them down into Catagories.

Here are a list of the 9 Catagories that will be focused on for this Years KPW Book of the Year.

From these Catagories I will then name the Overall Winner

Festive Holiday

So without any further waiting here are the winners for each Catagory.

Festive Holiday














Overall Book of the Year:

Soldier is a loner, scarred, damaged and aimless when he discovers someone is using the house on the property he has come to town to investigate.

Staying to look into the situation adds more to his life than he ever dreamed possible, leaving him championing seven boys whose lives had been as ravaged as his.

Suddenly his life has purpose, meaning.

The other unexpected development is Dillon. Resigned to a life spent alone, it's hard for him to wrap his mind around the fact that Dillon returns his feelings. Every minute spent counseling and protecting the boys makes Soldier's life richer, but it makes it hard to spend time with Dillon.

Can he find a way to take his new life and make it everything he wants it to be?

More Books From the Scarcity Sanctary Series: