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NF-Lee's Gildor and Frodo

More phallic silliness . . .

Posted on 2005.07.15 at 07:52


igraine1419 at 2005-07-15 19:12 (UTC) (Link)
Where's the red sun? Where's the pagoda?

I couldn't see them at all the first time I looked! LOL! Just shows you how my mind has been corrupted!

Thanks for this post Mechtild - it was the best laugh I've had all day! :) :) :)

PS. Good to see you back!
mechtild at 2005-07-15 19:53 (UTC) (Link)

Aisling, it's good to BE back

LOL! I couldn't see anything but a pair of woman's buttocks being impaled, either. (Too curvy for a man.) I had to stare and stare to make myself see anything else.
Although, when I look at the fleshy curves that overhang the top of the inserted object, it is ambiguous to me just which orifice it is that is being penetrated ... I think the ambiguity is part of the logo's charm. *snort*
Wouldn't it be a great image to include in one of those psychological tests?

~ Mechtild

P.S. Aisling, lurking in your LJ, I noticed your WIP is really coming along. I read the pair of stories you recommended, by the way (Blow the Candle Out and Singing Sorrowless), the first two of your S/F series, but I want to hold off any detailed commenting until I have got a more extensive feel for your S/F vision. Those two seemed to offer just the tip of the iceberg of what you have imagined for your characters. While your Harem story for All Hallow's Eve (Trick or Treat) read like a finished story unto itself, these two seemed like introductory sketches for a much bigger story to come. Is that not the case? Which stories do you think I should read next? I see you have some others at WotM. Or should I skip those and just go on to read the WIP on your LJ? Be warned, I'm quite slow getting around to any of this. I am WAAAAAAY behind on Threshold, as you know. Three months and still no chapter 12! I shall go and attack it again right now.

I noticed your comment to a respondent with envy in which you said you wrote like wildfire to get it out of your system while you were inspired, intending to go back and do the beta-work only later. I am just the opposite. I inch along laboriously, poring over every sentence like a spider. I write and re-write and re-write and re-write again, all before it ever goes to the betas, and then when I read their comments, I write and re-write and re-write all over again. The result is that what I first write is often quite different from what is eventually posted. Worse, even after a chapter is posted on a site, I go back and tweak it every time I notice a new flaw or thing I'd like to change. Shees! No wonder I take forever!

~ Mechtild
igraine1419 at 2005-07-15 21:57 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Aisling, it's good to BE back

Oh yes, try the WIP - a bit long, but definitely more of a complete story and, I think, the best I've written to date. The two you read were my first attempts at F/S, so I see why they might read a little like preparatory sketches.

I really admire the time and effort you put into your writing - I wish I could be more disciplined!

Looking forward to chapter 12! :)

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