Sinful Sunday Week 351; getting ready for the January ‘blues’

Sunday 31st December 2017

It’s New Years Eve, and I’m eagerly awaiting the welcoming of 2018. I have hopes that good things will be in store.

Typically I don’t really like January. But I’m going to say that instead of feeling despondent about the dark evenings,  I’m going to revel in them in my quest to bring out the best from the month.

Blue Monday will be different too!

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#SoSS, Goodbyes and Hellos

#SoSS; Share our Shit Saturday, 30th December 2017

As we say farewell to 2017, it is with reflection that as in all walks of life, bloggers come and go. Sadly, Star from has decided that as of end of March 2018, she will be cancelling her site subscription. Let us bid her a fond farewell, by taking some time to browse her space of the blogosphere for the remaining few months.

In happier news, Sum1Sub has made a welcome return to his site, and has two new reviews for us to indulge ourselves on. If all the turkey and trimmings weren’t enough, feast your eyes (and maybe your other orifices), on his review of the Nikita Glass Dildo. His other review is on a bird-cage esque nipple clamp called the Tit Tower, from MEO.

In terms of what else caught my eye on t’internet, I read a post from Isabelle Lauren about My Little Pony’s Gender Neutral Marketing. This is something that interested me, as I am a mother to a toddler. At her preschool recently, there was a little boy and he was wearing a ‘princess’ dress. I asked him whether he was a prince or a princess, and he proudly stated that he was being a princess. I just thought to myself, ‘good for you buddy!’ I hope he will always feel empowered to partake in gender neutral activities. There is far too much labelling in this world.

Lastly, I’m a bit back to-front at the moment. I call it my brain-fog. But this image of Jadis with her gorgeous derriere on display at left me in awe of her natural beauty. And she is rocking the denim jacket too!

In my usual form, I’ll keep this post short and sweet. And I hope to get 2018 off to an excellent start by continuing to Share our Shit Saturday!

#SoSS Share Our Shit Saturday; making time to share after a hiatus.

Saturday 16th December 2017

It’s nearly the end of the year, my fledgling year as a Sex Blogger, and I’ve just realised nearly a month has passed since my last S0SS post! That simply won’t do. As it’s the season of goodwill and sharing, I wanted to write about some posts I’ve checked out. Like some of my Christmas shopping, my ‘blogsearch’ has been somewhat last minute. I know, I know, preparation really is the key to a successful blog and a regular following. I will make it my mission in the New Year to try to be better at reading other blogs.

Without further ado, here’s a glimpse of what I’ve browsed in the sex blogging world…The first post I wish to highlight is a summary of the Wasteland Fetish Party in Amsterdam (held in November), by Tess. The theme of the party was Burton-esque styling, as in the film director Tim Burton. This theme sounds like it was a sensory amazement. Just reading about Tess’s experience of the Wonderland-inspired setting made me wish I could have been there. I like the idea of such a theme (for obvious reasons), and the way the theme complements the event. Both Wonderland and the Fetish Party are fantasy places. You can fully immerse yourself and forget about your real-life issues, as you explore kink and adult entertainment in a safe environment.

The second blog post that caught my attention was Cara Sutra’s Why I Hate Vibrating Cock Rings (& What We Use Instead). This article made me smile in an ironic way, because as I read about Cara’s frustrations, I realised I was nodding my head. She hits the nail on the head with her blasting of the dubious cock-ring materials, weak buzzy vibrations that are completely ineffective in the throes of a good shagathon and the crappy batteries that fly everywhere on opening the toy up.

I whole-heartedly agree that much more stimulating sexy playtime can be attained with the use of a decent bullet or wand vibe (position-dependent, of course). Regular non-vibrating cock rings are also fantastic for maintaining the erection of the penis-bearing partner. Cara doesn’t slate all vibrating cock-rings. She gives credit to the ones that do actually work for her. Hopefully by sharing this post from Cara, we’ll get the word back to sex toy manufacturers that we require better designs  for vibrating cock-rings.

Lastly, I will share Pillow Princess Review’s One Year Blog Anniversary Giveaway.  For the Giveaway, Pillow Princess is offering a reshapeable Dodil up for grabs. I have reviewed the Dodil, and it is such a  fun innovative toy to shape and also to masturbate with. If you want a chance to win, you’ll need to enter using her link or the Gleam widget. The giveaway is open internationally and will end on the 11th January. You could start 2018 with one super cool sex toy, so what are you waiting for? Apart from Christmas!!

Until next time, keep reading and enjoying our ‘shit.’



Relationships require work!

Quiet Reflections from Bunny

It’s been a while since I posted some of my musings. My posts of late have generally been reviews. Lucky me to have all these lovely toys to try,  and to tell you about! I appreciate for some of my readers, reviews can get a bit repetitive perhaps. They like to know a bit more about the writer behind the blog, and what makes them tick.

Whilst we’re on the ‘clock analogy; ‘I’m not exactly a ‘spring chicken’ but I do have yet to be past my ‘prime time.’ I have a few miles on me, some well-travelled; others less so. One thing I’ve learnt in my 35 years, is that if we are to live our lives to the fullest, we need to make an effort! Whether that’s a phone call with a friend we perhaps contact a couple of times a year. Or getting something special for our significant other. No matter how small or grand the gesture, it will likely be noticed.

Moreover, said effort will be appreciated. You may well be thinking, “well, I’ve not heard from so-and-so in the past 6 months. Why should I bother making the first move?” The answer could be as simple as they’ve had a really stressful or busy time. They’ve been working all hours; any free time they have is spent ‘catching up’ on life stuff or resting. Someone close to them could be unwell and depending on your friend for day-to-day help. So many reasons. Notice I say reasons. Not excuses. There’s a difference.

Excuses, excuses…

Passing up on an invitation because you’re comfortable at home and you really can’t be arsed to get dressed up and go out is an excuse. Not getting a gift or card for someone because you ‘had a lot to do’ is also an excuse. It also makes the statement, “you are not special enough to me to make the time to either come out with you or get a token surprise for you.” A pretty powerful statement.

So far I’ve been taking about general relationships. Both with friends, family and with significant others. I want to focus on the latter. How you get on with your significant other. I use this term, since you may or may not be married. You may or may not be co-habiting. And lastly I believe you are two individual people, so you are not the other one’s ‘other half.’

A contractual partnership

I happen to be married to my significant other, so that is my personal experience. We were not always married though. I did realise that marriage is ‘only a piece of paper.’ It wasn’t a contract saying my husband or I had to change ourselves to be more acceptable to the other. Nor was it a label saying that we ‘owned’ each other. We are still very much individuals. What it was and still is, however, is a contract saying that we will love, respect and cherish the other through sickness and in health, through good times and bad.

We invited our family and friends to be witnesses to these vows and to help us celebrate our union. How have these vows panned out? I find myself questioning whether I did or did not marry for the ‘proper’ reasons. I wanted and still wish for a life partner. We both wished to have a family. Somewhere along the way though, it seems our priorities have become mis-aligned.

In the main, they are in harmony; both of us strive to create a home environment we feel happy and comfortable in. We wish for our daughter to experience all she can from life, both positive and negative. We endeavour to educate her and make her aware how fortunate she is. It is also our aim to make her understand that there needs to be a strong work ethic if she wishes to succeed. Then there is the important lesson of actions and consequences.

So many lessons for a little toddler to learn. They are important though. Whilst we may be her parents and guardians in teaching her these life values, we also need to remind ourselves of them from time to time. This may be starting to sound reminiscent of the Queen’s Christmas speech, and in some ways, I like to think of it as my own version of Her Majesty’s message to Her people. My main theme is to focus on being grateful for what you have, not lamenting that which you do not.

Perfection in imperfection

None of us are perfect, nor will we ever be. But we can always work on bettering ourselves. If not for the sake of our extended families and friends, children and significant others, then at least for the sake of ourselves. We are only here once so we need to make every day count. That means living the best life we can, and making the effort! This could be as simple as paying someone a compliment. One that is sincere and unconditional. You can tell someone how much they mean to you. It’s easy to think, “well they already know that!” That’s not to say you cannot make the effort to remind them.

Like any living being, a relationship needs nourishment and light to grow. If it is neglected and left to be overgrown with weeds, it will wither and die. Feed your relationship to keep it healthy, and hopefully you’ll live a long,  fulfilling life together. It won’t necessarily always be easy. But those things most important to us usually require effort. In return, they bring the most reward.


The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: ‘could have, might have, and should have.’ ~ Louis E. Boone

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Sinful Sunday Week 347; Red-dy to Party!

Sunday 3rd December 2017-Prompt Week

I was Mr Bunny’s guest at his work’s Christmas Meal earlier this weekend. My decision of what to wear was based on my favourite lingerie colour scheme. Hence it was a red and black theme, and I incorporated a sexy bodystocking, crotchless knickers and corset into the outfit.

Can I take a selfie?

The next image gives more of a glimpse into the full effect of said ensemble. Perhaps it was more Moulin Rouge than ‘Black Tie’ city hotel dinner and disco, but I got my thrill from wearing what I wanted!

And for good measure, I drank red wine!

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