On the KissCast

At the very end of last year, I opened my email and was absolutely delighted to see a message from Molly (of Molly’s Daily Kiss) asking if she could interview me for her new podcast, the KissCast. Of course I said yes – how awesome was that?

So in early January we got together on Skype and talked enthusiastically about many things, the end result of which is this, the fourth episode of the KissCast. (I recommend the others as well – they’re great listening!) Molly was a wonderful host who asked great questions about all sorts of things. Between the laughter there may even have been some answers!

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Njoying Myself

On Tuesday evening I had Hylas thoroughly bound: wearing latex shorts with a zip for access; a latex hood with open mouth so I could make use of his tongue; rubber mitts on his hands and sheepskin cuffs on his ankles; a spreader bar keeping his legs apart; and rope to ensure he was wide open for me. His cock was jaunty and veined with a ring at the base (plus bonus ribbon for prettiness and texture), and I’d taken great pleasure in opening up and filling his arse. In short, I’d been making most excellent use of him.

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Fiery Sunset

I have been trying to get this Scavenger Hunt location for so long! At various times over the last few years I’ve eyed up three different spots around Auckland: in the central city, out in Albany, and on the Shore near Hylas’ place. Then finally, a few weeks ago, Hylas and I spotted that the Waitemata Fire Area Headquarters in Takapuna had been abandoned/mothballed (a new place has been set up one suburb over). Unfortunately it’s on rather a busy street – midday Saturday was not the time to get photos there.

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Return to Derp

The last time I posted some of my ‘derp’ photos the response was unexpectedly positive – so I promised I’d do it again. Finally, here are some more of my not-so-good pictures, complete with closed eyes, stupid expressions, and strange poses:

Starting with both a stupid expression and a strange pose, this photo was taken back during my aquarium trip, where I was photographed by Delilah’s husband. The shark is a recommended photo opportunity, but I obviously did not make the most of it!

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Fist Me All Year

It’s the fourth annual International Fisting Day (well, it is in the US – it was yesterday in New Zealand), and I’ve had some amazing fisting experiences this year – so now seems like a great opportunity to share them. This year has been all about give and take, and when it comes to hands in *cough* new places, that’s never been more true!

January

Take yourself back to the very first day of 2014. Do you remember what you were doing?

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Breathing in Style

Very shortly after meeting Hylas I was introduced to his gas masks. Much like full-face hoods, I found them somewhat intimidating at first – when his expressions were covered up, I worried I couldn’t follow what he was enjoying or not. But as I got to know him better I learned what fun gas masks can be (and trusted us both to work out communication when non-verbals were limited).

It’s kinda good I like them, because he has a few:

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Location #100!

It’s taken rather a few years, but I am finally posting my one hundredth Scavenger Hunt! Only one other person has done so many, and the amazing KaziGrrl is still rather a few ahead of me – which doesn’t stop me scampering to catch up

For my hundredth, it’s the final series of photos Hylas took of me out by Lake Pupuke (the first one being at the lake itself, and the second by a shipping container). How could we miss out the Rowing Club? It is a sports club, after all…

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Well Contained

When wandering around Lake Pupuke, Hylas and I discovered a 20ft shipping container – presumably used to store kayaks and the like, given there was a boat ramp right next to it. That was our guess anyhow. But what a convenient place for a Scavenger Hunt!

I thought that the side of the container would be better than the front – those dragonboaters were still going strong in the waterway across the other side of the car park.

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Explosion Crater

Also known as an absolutely stunning lake here on Auckland’s North Shore – and very well known to both locals and anyone who’s read (or see the TV series or movie) ‘Under the Mountain‘ by Maurice Gee.

Lake Pupuke has lovely bushland around part of it, and the famous Pumphouse Theatre – originally a pumphouse – on its shores. The afternoon Hylas and I visited there were dragonboaters practicing, and a fair number of people ambling around.

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What a Poser!

There are a lot of bills (aka advertising posters) plastered around Auckland, albeit for the most part in designated spaces. And one thing they do is brighten up the area – it’s definitely not a boring white wall any more once these are up!

Directly around the corner from the phone booth was a whole mess of them, and when I spotted one (with my surname!) that showed a model in a certain pose, I knew I was going to have fun with this Scavenger Hunt

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