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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Halloween Erotica, II


47 comments:

  1. Like Halloween candy, I had trouble picking out my favorite treat from this delicious bag of tricks! This was the perfect fun size snack, Robyn! I also enjoyed your author's commentary. I'm glad you were able to get through so many difficult times, by allowing the sweet to triumph over the bitter.

    Julie

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  2. Clever. And I like your insistence that if its not on, its not on. Yay for safety.

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  3. What a brilliant poem! Halloween always makes me really nervous, not just because of all the spookiness but because my facebook page starts filling up with horrifying post about drugs disguised as sweets that are being handed out to kids. So far this year, I have seen gummy bears that if consumed can cause brain damage or death and flintstone candies that are supposedly meant to be the drug ecstasy.It really makes you wonder how safe tickle treating is anymore. Fingers crossed no children are harmed this Halloween and that parents are very vigilant.

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    1. It seems to get scarier every year, Joss, as life gets scarier. That's horrifying about the candies, and I've heard they've been around for a while - now they have a readily available forum with Halloween. Yes, vigilance and safety. I'm glad more and more people are doing Trunk and Treat and things like that.
      Thanks so much for paying a visit and leaving a thoughtful comment!

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  4. I love the way you snuck a safe sex message in there, Robyn. You're so public spirited. Would you consider writing a lesbian version of this poem with the line "To raid your snatch"?

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    1. You always have an interesting twist for me to ponder, GB. Thank you. I'd consider anything. Wink.

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  5. Hilarious poem. You are so creative. Your author commentary was very powerful. I think your book will help many people in similar circumstances. Love your spirit girl!

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    1. Thanks so much, especially for the feedback on my book video. It means a lot. Woohoo!
      Love your spirit too, JKIR!

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  6. I love your Halloween poem and the allusions to safe sex.

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  7. If it's not wrapped - smart girl! Safety first. You don't know where it's been.
    Another awesome and teasing poem, Robyn!

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    1. Exactly, Alex. One doesn't want to imagine the variety of locales.
      Smiles.

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  8. I love your saucy poetry. Also love the collage. Do you do that digitally or the old fashioned way on paper then scan it?

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    1. I'm really just an old fashioned gal, JoJo. Haha. It's fun to cut and paste - the real way. Happy Halloween.

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  9. I read this in an 80's rapper voice and it worked surprisingly well. That aside, I love how much innuendo you can mine from Halloween...well, that YOU can mine from any holiday. I look forward to your innuendo-filled poem about Pearl Harbor Day.

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    1. I could probably work with Pearl in a Steinbeck-like erotica manner...stay tuned, Pickleope Von Pickelope.

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  10. Oh, you are one clever little ... um... hussy, trollop, sex fiend[?]... poet! "If it's not wrapped, I won't partake."

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    1. I prefer to be called a middle aged, sexually repressed, wannabe-tart-cougar-temptress, Mitchell. It's much more respectable. Don't you think? ;-)

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    2. Middle aged? I prefer the Spanish term: Mayor.
      And... Wannabe?

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  11. Very prudent to include that safer sex message! Happy Halloween, Robyn!

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    1. I really do care about the world, Deb. Smiles.

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  12. lmao saving it up for one day a year has to be hard to do, but good wrappers come due

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    1. True. I just bought a bag of (non-Hershey's) candy and broke it open as soon as I got into my car. Yeah, they'll last til Halloween. At least they are wrapped, and it's a really big bag. So I have some work to do if I'm going to finish them before Sat night.

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  13. I can't top the above comments. You have such fun followers. Gotta love any poem with the word ravage. Very fun.

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  14. Wrap that rascal and have a good time! Why does your verse make me sweat just a little? Not that I mind.

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    1. It's probably the photo of Caitlyn Jenner, Jono. Don't worry. She won't knock at your door.

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  15. Oooh...sizzling hot, girl! This made me smile. And blush. Okay, maybe not blush. Too much. But definitely smile!

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  16. Let's hope the wrappers don't split because then that candy may be too used. Excellent poem

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    1. The splitting of wrappers make for scary moments, Birgit. Nobody wants candy that's been thru THAT much!

      Thanks for the laughs, silly, fun lady!

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  17. "Stuff My Bag and Make It Last..." I love that one. Can think of a few I could have used that on...LOL

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    1. P.S. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your commentary video. You are a pretty awesome lady.

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    2. Well, gosh, Barb. Thank you very much!
      You're a burst of awesomeness yourself.

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  18. I can never stifle a giggle when I stop by here! You have GOT to teach me some of your poetic skills! I am so lame in that department. I loved it! Loved. It.

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  19. Excellent and earthy verse, which, as an earthling, I appreciate.

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  20. You naughty girl (what time are you stopping by on Halloween?)

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    1. I have an open door policy, Sage: I open any door to get treats. [Safety first, of course.]

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  21. Great video! It inspires me to make my own. Which would be appropriate since tomorrow is Halloween.
    But its serious nature disinclines me to make a double entendre about your Halloween Erotica.

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  22. But, the very first thing I noticed was the hotdogs.
    And I felt so lacking.

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    1. Drats. I'm sorry, Al. I didn't post them for comparison purposes. But they sure are nice, long, and - afterall - Oscar Mayer Angus Beef.

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  23. Hard and fast hahahaa

    Congrats on the new video. I hope the book is selling well?!! :)
    x

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  24. "If it's not wrapped, I won't partake." Hahaha! :D

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    1. Hello. You suck. Buy my book. You'll be honored. Stop leaving long messages about your stadium awal experiences and other meshugenah. Work on your own blog every day for 5+ years and make it good and quit visiting in a stupid, cheap attempt to steal my followers. Buy my book. Buy my book. You will like and be honored. I'll makes sure also to leave another long comment on your blog, so that you don't forget. Thank you.

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  26. Yummy, but I think I missed the twist.

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  27. HA! You are so clever!
    The lady who lived in our house before us, used to hand out freshly made and still warm donuts on Halloween. Every year we hear comments like, "geez, the lady who used to live here gave out fresh donuts!" A hard act to follow. I only heard it once this year though. People are either moving, dying, or the kids are growing up and leaving.

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  28. I think one of my favorite parts of these posts are the collages that you make for it. They're awesome!
    And, you're pretty awesome too! :)

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