Sunday, October 29, 2017

Halloween Erotica, The Sweet Climax!

My Dears Sillies,

May your week provide extra sweetness and fun.
I picked apart my Halloween Erotica poems and scrunched them up into this one for you.
Please enjoy, and please be well.

Happy Halloween!


46 comments:

  1. Bonus points for including Hot Tamales!

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    1. I always think of you when I reference Hot Tamales, Alex.

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    2. Hahahaha. He would say that.
      Great post as always, Robyn. :)

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    3. Chuckles. Thank you, Melissa.
      Happy Halloween.

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  2. Happy Halloween Robyn! are you staying home to hand out candy or going to a party?

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    1. I think I'll give out candy - it's more fun to me than going out.
      What about you, JoJo?

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  3. I hope your Halloween is hot, sweet and satisfying.

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    1. Thank you, EC. I plan on it. ;)
      Happy Halloween to you. Actually, Aussies don't celebrate Halloween. Do you?

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    2. No. The stores would like us to get on board and are pushing rather a lot of crap, but so far the take-up is small.

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    3. You Aussies are good peeps - always taking the high road. Good for you.

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  4. May your needs be sated and kisses unfoiled. Happy Halloween, dear Robyn, and thanks for this poetic treat!

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    1. You're most welcome, Geo.
      Happy, sweet Halloween.

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  5. I really likes your blog! You have shared the whole concept really well and very beautifully soulful read!
    Thanks for sharing
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    1. I likes that you call this a "soulful read". And I see Hebrew letters! That's your Hebrew name, yes? Are you in Israel, Piseth? Nice to meet you. B'Shalom.

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    2. Oops, that's Arabic. Am I right? Hebrew and Arabic look similar. You are a soulful soccer (football) player, perhaps. Or maybe a scammer spammer.
      Happy Halloween and I likes that you stopped by.

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  6. With needs being satisfied all the year long, one is sure going to need some candy to stay strong.

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    1. This is true -
      Candy all the year through.
      That's what I always say.
      Halloween is just another day.

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  7. If only the candy makers knew... LOL

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    1. They'd sell it even more, right? We'll keep it our little secret. Smiles.

      Happy Halloween, Diane.

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  8. and now the holiday is officially here, thanks to Halloween erotica. You are the best. I wish upon you many treats and tasty chocolate too

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    1. You're among my best followers and bloggy friends, Joanne. Thank you.
      Have a spooktacular Halloween!

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  9. I'll never look at candy the same way again. Especially the Hostess Pie. What a graphic name for a sweet treat... well, when you think about it THAT way.

    Hope you have an awesome Halloween! I'll be e-mailing you shortly.

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    1. Ever since I saw the scene in American Pie, Bryan - I can't enjoy apple pie. I lie. I still enjoy it immensely. But, um, yuck.

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  10. So much candy, so little time.

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    1. That's my motto and I'm sticking to it, Ruth.
      Happy Halloween!

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  11. I can never get into a holiday mood until I read one of your saucy and seasonal poems.

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    1. I'm grateful I can get you into the spirit of the season - whatever season it is, Stephen.
      Happy Halloween.

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  12. Someday someone is going to cover you in chocolate syrup and then clean you up in the slow and lingering way. Who will be the lucky, yet skilled, guy? Happy Halloween!

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    1. You tease and delight with your words, Jono. I appreciate it.
      A very fun and Happy Halloween to you too!

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  13. Cover me in chocolate and eat me up, Willy Dunne Wooters. Or maybe it should be the other way around. Free-trade, organic chocolate all over the Wooters man. I'll dip him in it.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. There you go. Look what I started! Well, I won't look. You two go about your delicious, sinful business and enjoy it to the fullest.
      Happy Halloween, Miss Janie.
      Love.

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  14. You naughty girl. Happy Halloween. May you get your fill...of chocolate.

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    1. Well that I did. (Of course). And we had ZERO trick-or-treaters, so I have plenty more "fills" to go. Yikes.

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  15. Shakespeare is so jealous that HE didn't write "Oh God-iva, my Ding Dong dream!" Happy Halloween, Robyn!

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    1. Heehee. The Ding Dong could've saved Romeo and Juliet, right?

      You always come up with a zinger, Debra. Wink.
      Hope it was a great Halloween.

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  16. We discussed climax in my classroom today. It wasn't quite the same context though. ;)

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    1. It must've been pretty anti-climactic for the students, Rosey. That's funny. Thanks for dropping by, my friend.
      Be well.

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  17. It is slowly growing here for sure. I took Tilly out but it was hard to find houses doing it. She loved it though. What kid wouldnt like a bunch of 'candy'? We call them lollies but she says she prefers candy haha

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    1. That's cute. I prefer candy to lollies too.
      Glad you had a fun Halloween with Tilly.

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  18. ps. Very funny poem too. If its not wrapped, no partake haha Amen to that.

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    1. Thanks, Anthony. Yeah, you never know what you're gonna get when there's no wrapper. Smiles.

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  19. Candy Corn.
    My bag shall not adorn.

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    1. Hershey's could do worse. Wait, no, they can't!

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  20. Cute poem. I rarely get any trick or treaters in recent years. None the last 2 in a row. Wasn't even going to buy candy this year; but did at the last minute. Had one, little girl from next door so I gave her one of the 3 bags I bought and a fistful of stuff from the other two, lol

    Reese's are my favorite.

    Sandy's Space

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, Sandy. It seems we get fewer and fewer trick or treaters every year. It's kinda sad to me. I remember when kids went out in droves.

      Have a great week.

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