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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

TMI Tuesday

Ok, it's rare but mouse is completely kidless at the moment with a few minutes to spare.

So mouse decided to play a little TMI Tuesday.

We want to know what thing you’ve done the most times.

1. What sex position have you been in the most times?

Whatever position Daddy wants...He seems to like to take mouse most often from behind, her hair twisted in his fist. :-)

2. What book have you read …?

Anthem by Ayn Rand. It's a short read for one...but honestly it's just compelling to mouse....

3. What movie have you watched …?

The Notebook -- Just completely melt when James Garner's character breaks down into tears...seriously only a heart of stone couldn't be moved. Or maybe a man. LOL

4. In the last week, who have you texted … ? (no names, list the relationship or type of person)


5. In the last week, what food have you eaten …?


6. Today, which website have you visited …?

TMI Tuesday Blog! Of course :-) Blogger would be next in line...Hehe

7. When dining out, where have you eaten …?

Haven't dined out a lot lately, but we rarely hit the same place more than once. There is a jazz club Daddy enjoys.

8. Which sex toy have you used …?

The medium plug. In fact wearing it now!

Bonus: Is there something you’d love to go back and relive in your sexual past?
(Thank you to Husband of Two Sexual Minds for this week’s bonus question)

Not one thing!!!


  1. oh The Notebook love it, i had it bought for me by a friend and didnt get around to watching it for a while as my preference film wise is thrillers and horrors.

    Definitley agree though a tear jerker i dont think i have cried watching a film since ET, my favourite moment was when they reunited and he got off that boat and the male lead said something along the lines of "i have always wanted you" and then grabs and kisses her...swooon...see im a romantic at heart.

    tori xx

    1. Everyone tells mouse the book was better. Don't know if mouse could handle reading

      Funny, mouse never cried watching ET. Lol.


  2. Ayn Rand? When I read Atlas Shrugged in college, my whole world changed. For two weeks. Then I woke up and realized it was mostly not true/plausible/whatever. I think everyone should have to experience that.

    1. Atlas Shrugged is a hard read! We the Living was really good and of course The Fountainhead, as well. Anthem is just a wonderful book!

      Sometimes reading a book you've already see it in a different perspective. Movies too can do that. When mouse was much younger and saw Cuckcoo's Nest and thought Nurse Rachet was just evil. Years later, when mouse saw the movie again, she actually saw that character completely differently.



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