26 01 2010

For all of those with a sweet tooth



An end to another year – roll on 2010!

31 12 2009

So I’m sitting here on yet another New Years Eve with nothing to do and no cash to do it with. So this year I am going to write that cleaning blog entry to make sure that when I look back over 2010 (this time next year) I can at least see what I should have been doing and when I should have done it.

Bristol is getting to me a little. I’m not sure that I have come to love the place. It’s been almost 2 years since I moved here and to be 100% honest, it’s not Brighton. I know that Brighton is a cruel and evil mistress (or in the case of Brighton – a bad female impersonator at one of the salubrious gay dives in St James). I miss Brighton, the over priced flats, bitchy queens, bright flashing lights and even the evil seagulls (Monkey still has waking nightmares about a Brighton Seagull swooping down and attacking him.). So the big question is why don’t we move back to Brighton? Well sadly the biggest reason is the cost of renting/buying a house. We have been looking into getting a flat and settling down (buying chince from Habitat and possibly indulging in the Futon Shop’s ‘are we mad’ sale – which happens every other day!) Sadly for this reason Brighton is out of the question (well apart from when I make my money in the international tofu market). So what is next for me and the Monkey, well we could be looking to make our move up North.

I have already started to look for a new job, which is harder than it seams, I am also booking my first set of driving lessons once I have my provisional licence back. So as we look northward, I start to wonder what the last 10 years of my life I have managed to achieve. I have made some solid friendships (Christa Martin, Andrew Henderson, Claire Potter, Elizabeth Guthrie and others all of whom I know I could always chew the greater part of an ear off if I ever needed it) I have travelled, named a dildo or three and even seen a small Japanese gent shove snooker balls up his arse; but what have I done? I always imagined that I would have seen more of the world, completed the list of 10 things I wanted to do before I turned 30 (Sadly I have done none of it!) Although I have to admit that the best thing for me has been meeting Monkey (If you want to see who I first met him check out this link –

With 2010 now only moments away I have to stop and think about what I want 2010 to bring for me. Well the biggest bit has to be that I want to meet more people – Something that both Monkey and I have out is that Bristol isn’t a great place to meet new people. The ‘Gay’ mile of Bristol is miles away and from what I here, is more like the Bulldog in Brighton (those that live in Brighton will understand what I mean) so how do you make new friends with very little cash – not that I’m saying that all my other friends are a financial drain (well apart from the odd on or two). Well I am going to have to think about that one? I am going to leave it there for the moment – I need to go away and think about what I want from this year, and how I can achieve it.

So goodnight from me and it’s goodnight from ‘im too.

SF xxx

The joys of age!

26 08 2007

It has become rather interesting, how, since my 30th Birthday, I have started to notice the simple joys in life. I have just returned from seeing the rather good Bourne Ultimatum; and in the 20 minuets before the film started (as is always the case) there came on an advert for some of the services and promotions that the cinema do – the one that caught my eye (and also monkey’s) was for the silver screen service (its aimed at the more mature market) which gave you not only a classic film but also a cup of tea (served in a teapot!) and a selection of busicuts. At this point I realised that I wanted that – a classic film and a rather nice cup’o tea – come on who wouldn’t!

I also have to laugh at the wonderful Christa ( yes she may be moving to a better place – and starting all over again! BUT.. she will also be missing this years panto at the Brighton Pavillion Thetre – and with this years panto being cinderella staring ONLY the filthy ladies off the telly – yes Kim and Aggie as the ugly sisters and the wonderful dave Lynn as the wicked step mother who has the upper hand now (well ok – she will probably be skiing and riding santa’s sley (fanar fanar!) – curses!

Word to ya mom I came to drop bombs (sorry)

 SF xxx

She returns!

7 08 2007

She is returning to me… my “bffl” or Christa as I like to call here. But she is only here for a while before she jets off to the other side of the world – Canardia. So the great friend that I am I have found here a job to apply for – click here

I hope that you all agree that she would be perfect for the job!

Can you ever have too many cocks?

14 06 2007

As I sit here, I have around 300 dildos and vibrators scattered around my office (or should that be – wait for it – its a good’un – orafice) and to be really honnest, they all do the same thing and are made in china, using sweat shop labour. I would like to be the first one in the Adult industry to say – you only need one! If you have more than 3 you have a problem, a slack and gaping problem. So from someone in the adult industry I present to you the must haves and how mush you should be paying for it!


 Jessica Rabbit Platinum – The classic rabbit vibe but better, great for an evening of intimate self pleasure made from silicone and waterproof. Great product. RRP 49.95 – but you should be paying between 29.95 – 34.95. anything more than that and it would be paying too much…

As the review puts it “The Classic Jessica Rabbit just got better. The Jessica Rabbit Platinum comes with dual shaft rotation and seven speed intensities. There is also seven different vibration settings for the clit stimulating ears. The waterproof Jessica Rabbit Platinum is one of the most fabulous things a girl can own. Made from soft silicone this tool is designed solely with pleasure in mind. For the woman who knows exactly what she wants! 4 x AAA batteries required (not included.) – as done by the fantastic wondy woman.

So if you want to buy a vibe then get this one.

Questions – et al….

1 05 2007

Questions from Wondy Woman

1. If you weren’t doing the job you are doing now – what would you like to be doing?

I would love to be doing something that makes the world a better place – charity work, environmentally friendly company who sells vegan stuff, you get the idea. I would also love to be a paleontologist, it’s what I was planning to become when I was at uni – but the cost of doing a PHd ment that it was out of my league (it would have cost me a little over 15K a year – and that’s without the rent and food to think of!) I just wanted to do it so I could become Prof. Paul Maxwell – how cool is that!

2. Name 8 people (can be alive or dead celebrities – or ‘real’ people) you would invite to your fantasy dinner party. Say why you have chosen these individuals.

I have to be honest, celebs do nothing for me – I think the only person who I would want to have dinner with who could be classed as a celeb would be Sir David Attenborough, as he is the coolest person in the world. So thats 1, then there would be Juliet Gellatley (she is the only hero I have – after members of my own family that is) she set up and founded Viva! And I have been lucky enough to have the privilege of working with her. 2 down 6 more to go – Richard Dawkins (‘cos he’s a God Botherer Botherer), Peter Tatchel – the most active human rights activist around at the moment. Emily Pankhurst – I like her style. Steve Biko – for being a true hero to the anti apartide movement in South Africa and for believing in non violence as the way forward. I am going to have to put Monkey in there as well. I think I am also going to have to add the wonderful WondyWoman as well!

3. If you could give it all up tomorrow and go around the world, where would you visit and why?

It would have to be all the places that may not make it, the coral reefs, polar ice caps, and South East Asian rainforests. All the places that in 50 years time may not be here because of us!

4. What do you look for in the perfect partner, and do you think you have found that?

He’s not perfect – but I think that if he was perfect I would have dumped him by now! Monkey makes me laugh, keeps me warm at night and irritates the fuck out of me as well. All you could ever want in a relationship!

5. What, in your opinion, is the meaning of life?


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darn – Ive been hit

16 03 2007

Darn – Have been tagged from the Delite-ful Wondy Woman. This is what I have to do!

1) Go to Wikipedia
2) In the search box, type your birth month and day but not the year
3) List three events that happened on your birthday
4) List two important birthdays and one death
5) One holiday or observance (if any)
6) Tag 5 other bloggers to complete

Here goes…

1969Apollo Program: Apollo 11 lands on the Moon.
2001 – The London Stock Exchange goes public.
2003Richard Sambrook, the Director of BBC News, reveals that David Kelly was the source of claims that Downing Street had “sexed up” the “Dodgy Dossier“.

356 BCAlexander the Great, Macedonian king and military leader (d. 323 BC)
1938 – Dame Diana Rigg, British actress (wow! I always knew that we had a spiritual link somehow)
1943Wendy Richard, British actress (even better – could only be topped by Barbara Windsor)

1973Bruce Lee, American actor and martial artist (b. 1940)

International chess day