Arrrr!!!! It’s a Smut Roundup, My Hearties!

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I'm still a little overwhelmed from returning to NYC from a week in the Bay Area, where for eight days, at least, I wasn't unemployed and feeling desperate — just on vacation.  So here's some assorted smut.  And don't forget: today is International Talk Like a Pirate Day!  ARRRRR!!!!

Photo by Blaise Christie, from Sugarcut.   A strange bit of stuffed animal play, from ErosBlog.   A saucy nurse by Les Toil, lover of big girls. (www.lestoil.com)

Spanking the old-fashioned way, courtesy of Vintage Spanking (www.vintagespank.com)  The Magnetic Pole by Raphael Kirchner (1876-1917). Swiped from Rare Erotica (rareerotica.blogspot.com)  Office Politics in the old days.

A small bit of pregnant posing captured in Skin Video's archives.  mythy-flickr-01.jpg  Bondage

 

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4 thoughts on “Arrrr!!!! It’s a Smut Roundup, My Hearties!”

  1. Pirates! There’s a career path that I have not considered. To be in close company with others who eschew work sounds so appealing. Besides, you really have to love guys whose Number One pick-up line is: Prepare to be boarded!”

    Last night I found another gem to add to my collection, The Hidden Language of Job Ads. Feast your eyes on this, me hearties!

    Our office atmosphere is highly charged and very intense. It requires a significant time commitment on an ongoing basis, which will not be a deterrent to the right candidate, who must have the ability to stay centered and focused amidst seeming chaos or frenetic activity…

    Ok — your turn to try to Name that Job.

    (a) Medical attendant in hospital ward for paranoid schizophrenics.
    (b) Retail clerk hired for Wal-Mart Christmas shopping season.
    (c) Mercenary for armed combat.
    (d) None of the above.

    If you guess correctly, you’ll win an honorary peg-leg.

  2. Dear Mr. Hall:

    We regret to inform you that your choice of (c) for our most recent contest, Name that Job, was, as we expected, incorrect. However, we will keep your reply on file for a period of ninety (90) days in the event that our Human Resources Department will inadvertently create a job description that matches your skills and experience.

    Thank you for your interest in our organization and, even though we doubt if we can act on your behalf in the future, we wish you good luck in your search for gainful employment.

    Yours truly,

    The Whom That Should Be Concerned But Isn’t

    P.S. The correct answer is (d) since the ad is for an Accountant.

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