As a warning, I have family visiting for most of the upcoming week. Usually that cuts down on my playtime a little (though rarely completely), but the barrage of familiar faces and the prospect of a house filled with voices again may prevent me from writing as much as I'm accustomed.
On the other hand, trying to escape from all those voices and faces might just make me plug in my headphones and write more. You never know how these things work out.
For those of you who've written to ask about the Earl series—there are still more memories from that era to come. The Topher story isn't quite finished, either. Perhaps I'll work on moving that chapter of my memoirs ahead, sometime this week.
In the meantime, I've got the usual round-up of questions from formspring.me for your Sunday entertainment. As always, I welcome your questions—so feel free to head over there and ask them of me.
How old were you when you first wore a thong?
I still have never worn a thong. It's unlikely to happen at this point.
If there's no bottom to breed and you're jacking off, do you eat your own cum?
Yes, I eat my own cum more often than not, if I masturbate solo. I've always enjoyed doing that, and love the taste of my own load.
Enjoyed your xtube videos. Just wanted to let you know :)
Why thank you. Would you like to make one with me?
I would like to see your cock...can i?
Jeez. It's all over the net. I think most people say 'that ol' thing?' when they run across it, at this point.
Check my blog for links to profiles with X-rated photos, or check out my Xtube profile (mrsteed64) for photos and videos.
Hey.Rob;You are on XTUBE ? How about TUMBLR ? Love to see you on one of those red hot blogs. Is that a possible site for your readers to follow your sexual encounters !!
I do have both Xtube and Tumblr accounts. I use the former to post the occasional video I capture with my phone, and the latter to post the occasional dirty self-photo to my Twitter stream. My user name on both services is mrsteed64.
Rob--where's your cock???
Between my legs, last time I looked. Goddammit, has it gone wandering off again?
Have you been with any men you would consider "dangerous"? not just a bad boy image, but actually someone you thought twice about being alone with for some reason?
I used to see a guy who later, I found out in the newspaper, was arrested and sentenced for dealing illegal guns out of the very apartment in which we banged. He had crates of illegal arms in that apartment (that I never noticed!), but it was the crates in his storage cage in the building's basement that led to his eventual incarceration.
At the time, he seemed slightly intense, but not dangerous. When I learned about it afterward, though, my reaction was of having had a close call.
Love your blog - read it daily, get hard pretty much every day. Question - about to host a 3some with my bf and a good friend of ours who is a top. I want to bring some toys/equipment to spice things up - any suggestions?
I don't know any of you guys, so it's difficult for me to speculate what toys might be best. Your top friend might enjoy some restraint gear, if you have any—but unless he knows you well, I wouldn't go bringing out the hardcore stuff, unless you really want to frighten him off.
For the most part I'd stick to some dildos, some cock rings, and some lube. Bringing too many dildos, however, might give your top buddy an indication that you don't think his dick is enough for you guys . . . just be sensitive.
I always appreciate it when guys provide me with bottled water and plenty of hand towels, myself.
Is there anything hotter than fucking a guy who already has cum from other dudes in his ass? Doesn't the thought of your dick being bathed in the cum of other guys while inside the bottom's rectum turn you on?
There really isn't anything much hotter than that. I've known many guys who will bring me their asses with loads already in them, just because they know I like to fuck in a pre-lubed hole. Yes, it's one of my major turn-ons, whether the loads belong to me or someone else.
What is your cock length and girth?
I've answered this a few times before, but it's about eight inches long and five and a half inches around.
If you had unlimited wealth, what's the first thing on your 'to do' list?
Pay off my mortgage. And buy some new socks.
Have you ever received a gift that was surprisingly, totally you? If so, what was it?
Not one that I haven't specifically asked for or hinted strongly to receive. People say I'm difficult to shop for. I don't really think so. Plus gift cards always work for me.
What's it like being a breeder?
I think I've been writing about the experience in depth for a year in my blog. Read it, and you'll see.
If we can love someone so much, how will we be able to handle it the one day we are separated?
And, if being separated is a part of life, and you know about separation well, is it possible that we can love someone and never be afraid of losing them?
At the same time, I was also wondering, is it possible that we can live our entire life without loving anyone at all?
I think it's important in life to love things knowing we will lose them.
Because we will. If you stay in a relationship for the long haul, life will intervene in your perfect plans. Your loved one will die, or he'll change, or his feelings will grow and you won't be a part of them any longer—or you'll change and grow and rearrange your own priorities.
Life will intervene to separate you for months or years. Illness could cause you both to reevaluate what is important in your lives. You may discover that the person you thought you loved turned out to have an inner life that makes you question whether you knew him at all.
To me, love is all the more beautiful for having gone through a battering. It's like an old metal—it might not shine as brightly, but it has picked up a lovely and unique patina of its very own, with time and weather. It's not perfect. But it's not cherished any the less, because of that.
Loving someone with all these things in mind—the knowledge that it could be lost on the turn of a dime—will keep you appreciative of what you have. Being mindful of the prospect of loss, separation, and change will not inoculate you to their dire effects. That mindfulness, however, will keep you from taking that love for granted, or believing yourself entitled to it.
The lesson the universe tries to teach us, over and over again in its cycles, is not that we should shut ourselves off from the world because inevitably it will disappoint us. It is that we should revel all more more, during its times of bounty, knowing that it will not last forever.