|Your Vibe is Super Sexy|
You feel 100% sexy at almost any moment
And this inner sexiness really does boost your appeal
You're confident, playful, and outgoing
You know what you have to offer - and you're proud of it!
|You are a Career Girl!|
You may not be a CEO yet, but you're well on your way to success.
You take your career seriously, and you wouldn't stop working for any guy!
An independent woman, you pay for your own car, clothes, and housing.
And men appreciate that - at least, the ones as driven as you are.
|Your Stripper Song Is|
She Wants to Move by N.E.R.D.
"Her off beat dance makes me fantasize
(Her curves) She's sexy!!"
You are 100% sex appeal. As simple as that.
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Amanda Bynes proves that girls can do anything guys can do in She’s the Man. The laughs are non-stop when Viola (Bynes), disguised as her twin brother, Sebastian (James Kirk), joins the high school boys’ soccer team and helps win the big game while unexpectedly falling for Duke (Channing Tatum) the hot star forward. Viola discovers that dealing with high school politics and twisted love triangles is a major challenge when you’re a guy who’s really a girl! From the writers of Legally Blonde, She’s the Man features an ensemble cast of up and coming stars and hit songs from OK-Go, The Veronicas & the F-ups. It’s perfect for good-time fun!
I jumped at the chance to check this movie out because I didn’t get to see it in the theatres. It’s an adaptation of Shakespeare’s the Twelfth Night, and actually is pretty well told and sticks well to the original. For a Shakespeare adaptation, you would think that the plot would fall flat on it’s face (as seen with the debacle O) but that is not the case here.
The casting was superb, with Amanda Bynes doing a great job acting both as Viola & Sebastian. For the ladies, we have alot of eye candy, with Channing Tatum’s steamy bedroom eyes walking around shirtless for half the movie. For the guys, we have those sexy teens strutting around in cheerleading outfits and some sports thrown in.
It’s a high school movie, with some soccer thrown in to amp it up a bit. The characters were very well defined, each having active screen time and had an interlacing backstory that filled out nicely with the plot. The plot flowed quite well together and even had some genuine laugh out loud moments.
This movie is highly recommended for those of you that enjoyed 10 Things I Hate About You, Save the Last Dance and other films of that type.
Sometimes I try to find out the key to fantastic sex and search for the answer why it felt so good with one person and otherwise with the other. Why do we call someone a fabulous lover and go mad in his presence, while Mr. Incredible seemed to have used all the "right techniques" but the fact didn't survived in my memory somehow. Thus I understand that there are some evident signs of what I would call "my best lover":
1. My best lover makes me feel comfortable. That implies, that I feel at ease with him and we are both open enough to discuss all the delicate matters which arouse in our bedroom.
2. My best lover enjoys sex! You may ask, and who doesn't? I would say that many people have sex for many reasons but enjoyment. A lot of men are more concerned with their performance rather than a true desire to enjoy the process itself.
3. My best lover has an idea of woman sexuality. He doesn't think that sex is simply about hitting your vagina deeper. He knows that I need affection and I need time to reveal the complexity of my sexual reactions above all, that's why he is receptive to my urges.
4. My best lover is open to experiments. This doesn’t mean he just twirls me vigorously, trying all the existing sex position. It's more like his unprejudiced attitude towards new practices which may become a real discovery for both of us.
5. My best lover comes closer to my body right after he'd come closer…to my heart.
Labels: All About Sex
The premise of this book sounds pretty good, educate men on the alpha male tendencies that civilization has stripped from them in the guise that a chilvarious, hardcore, masculine gentleman will emerge. It was hard getting into it though. I found the scenes really jumpy and the dialogue quite mundane. There were some interesting ideas and plot twists thrown in to mix it up, but all in all, not something I would choose to buy.Perhaps it's just that as I kept reading, one thought kept going through my mind--You can't change a man. It's a futile effort. Just accept & love him the way he is or move on to find someone that you can love him just as he is.
You can probably even list the attributes, qualities and qualifications that your future husband needs in order to apply for the job of your mate. I had a three-tiered system myself. First, there were the requirements: an interesting profession (preferably in the arts), a great sense of humor, a sterling character, financial security. Next, there was the frosting (as in, wouldn’t-it-be-nice-if-he-were
…): over six feet tall, devastatingly handsome, a cat lover. And finally, there were the deal breakers: children, difficult ex-wives, bad toupees. Of course, like you, I fancied myself to be magnanimous and flexible in as much as I was willing to overlook certain undesirable traits – say, thinning hair and a few extra pounds – for the perfect guy. Now, even if your list is different from mine, I think you know what I’m talking about.
Here's some advice: Lose your lists now, Ladies! Mine almost kept me from getting to know my husband. and I were set up on a blind date by a mutual friend. We were both divorced and practiced daters, and knew the rules of the game. We met at a conveniently located wine bar and immediately set into the first date volley of get-to-know-you-questions: Where are you from? What do you do? How many siblings? My first impression of Tim was that he was utterly unobjectionable: nice, attractive, smartly dressed, well mannered. But something was missing . . . .
Let’s revisit my list. First off, Tim’s "interesting profession" was in finance, which to a writer like me seemed like a big snoozer of a job. Next, he was a listener, so at first glance, it didn’t appear that he had a "great sense of humor." As for the other two requirements – a "sterling character" and "financial security" – both are tough to determine on a first date. What he did have in spades were deal breakers – two sons (teenagers, no less) and a horrific ex-wife. My thought bubble at the time? Check, please. What to do next was a no-brainer: I finished my glass of Shiraz, graciously declined his dinner invitation, gave him a peck on the cheek and thought, Nice knowing you, Buddy. I went home, curled up with a book and didn’t give Tim or our date a second thought.