Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Outfit of the Day (#ootd)

This kinda seems a little redundant after my Wardrobe shoot, but hey, it's still fun to do.

You can see here, for the first time, my new purse! I really liked my old pink purse, but the strap broke recently, and so I had to find a new one. It's just as well - I really like my new purse, and it actually works a little better for me in a practical sense. It's from Selena Gomez's Dream Out Loud line, and it has the word "Love" on the front in shiny, silver letters. So, still very cute and girly!

And here's a bathroom selfie, just for fun:

For once I actually remembered to wipe the mirror clean before taking pictures in it! I had this funny idea that I could print out little notes with tips on how to improve bathroom selfies, and then stick them in mirrors in women's public restrooms all over town. But I don't know what other sort of tips I'd include...

What about something like this -

Public Service Announcement:
For better bathroom selfies, please remember to...
* wipe the mirror clean
* disable your camera's flash
* remove your clothes
* hold the camera steady
* arch your back and suck in your gut
* avoid duck lips and peace signs

Anyway, a lot of people disparage bathroom selfies, but I think they're awesome. (Bonus points if you show some skin!). And if too many of them are amateurish and poor in quality, that doesn't mean they should be abolished, that just means people could use some tips to make them better! Exploiting human nature is more profitable than fighting it. -_^


  1. I really like photo 1. To me it's a truly iconic image – I only wish it were a bit larger so I could see it in higher resolution. If I were still in college, I would want to print it poster size and hang it in my dorm room. It would be pleasing to see that image all day long.

    Your light-colored, smooth legs are really beautiful, and I love the pose – with one leg forward on tip toe. Such beautiful shapes in your thighs, calves, knees, and feet. I'd love to see you like this in real life – it would be hard to believe that what I was seeing was real, lol.

    I also love those short short short shorts, and how far up I can follow your wonderful thighs. Wow! Those shorts are fantastic on your body.

    I also like your pink t-shirt, with a hint of chest projection near "love" and the heart shape, and your new purse is cool too with the sparkly letters on a black background.

    Thanks for sharing this image – please don't worry about being redundant, lol!

  2. I'm glad you like the image so much! I made it just a bit larger for you. Any more and I'll have to charge you, lol. Seriously, though, it's good to hear from you again. :-)

  3. Thanks. Same here. And thanks for the larger image – I love seeing more detail, and it's such a lovely image.

    I like your selfie, too. Wonderful long hair, and such a round, full ass. Wow.

    Good idea about the public service announcement. I've noticed lately on YouTube that you can post lots of sexually explicit vids if they are "educational." One shows a guy giving instructions on how to put on a condom, starting with "Get your cock nice and hard." It's exciting to see things like that on a "normal" site – I mean, if it weren't educational they would never allow a vid of a cock getting hard. In your case, you could walk your audience through the steps of taking a good bathroom selfie, and you could be a bit more daring because, after all, it's educational.

    Thanks again for your reply. Nice to chat with you again.

  4. Wow, I'm surprised to hear that! I'd heard that they occasionally make exceptions for nudity, but a hard cock? I'll have to look into that.

    Although, I'm a little concerned about their subjective interpretation of "educational". If allowing hard cocks on YouTube is the price for better condom awareness (which is an ingenious strategy, if you can get over the prude factor), I think that's a great idea. But I remain skeptical that they'll consider something like taking bathroom selfies an important enough social issue to consider explicit instructional videos on that topic worthy of the educational value exception...

  5. Yeah, I was surprised too. The videos wouldn't be that exciting if I saw them on a porn site, but when I saw them on YouTube that definitely added a new element – kind of like looking at a porn magazine in a grocery store, lol.

    Here's a link to a condom video:


    And here's another one:


    Here's a video of the erection process (purely for educational purposes, of course):


    And here's a nice penis massage video:


    Interesting what you can post on YouTube. These videos reminded me of your videos in your Redeeming Value post. I liked them very much, and thought they fit nicely into the genre that is being explored on YouTube – but of course, yours are better.

  6. I am legitimately astonished! But it is exactly as you said. I hope this policy stays in place, and is not retracted after the inevitable complaints are lodged. And I hope its effects trickle down to other websites - it would be nice if deviantART recognized the artistic merit of erections, for example.