That Sound

First things first,* there are two types of people:

1. People who love them the fuck out of having someone sucking and slobbering and licking on their ears. And

2. People who don’t. (Shrug)

And you can plant me solely in camp #2.

Not only do I not love it, I also don’t hate it.

  • Which means I couldn’t care less for it. It does absolutely nothing for me. So, don’t bother. Focus on my neck instead. I don’t want to worry if I lost a diamond earring anyway.
  • But hey, if you LIKE doing it, then go to town. I will neither suffer through or mildly enjoy that total waste of saliva and tongue muscle. All for your jollies. You’re welcome.
  • But…there are #1’s out there. And you gotta find out which one you’re dealing with, right?
  • And in my personal life experiences, I never got the tingles from any ear lobe action. So, I am not really sure what the heck to do, so I generally improvise.
  • But all of those personal life experiences did teach me one thing: That Sound that escapes the mouth of the person who JUST got the serious tingles from whatever just occurred to them, on them, in them, or other. (Please note Oxford Comma. Thank you.)
  • It sort of starts out as an “Oh,” and even an “Oh my God.” But then sort of might be a “Holy shit” where they might have to hold on to a steady surface. But truly not even a word, just a humming sound, mixed with rapid breaths. A little littler death.
  • Hypothetically let’s say, I am riding shotgun and my hot new friend is driving. Strikes hypothetical me as the perfect time to find out if he’s a 1 or a 2.
  • That makes his right ear closest to me. So, hypothetically of course I start with the neck, because that’s a spot for me! Might be a spot for him. If I don’t hear That Sound,
  • (And girls, you know what sound I mean!Cuz you’ve all heard it at least once. And the freaks even more! *high five*)
  • That tells me we might have a 1 on deck.
  • I go straight for the ear lobe. Gimme that fucker. I kiss it, lick it, suck it, then bite it. Straight up up the ear and down again to the pretty perfect earlobe.

  • And that makes my right ear about even with his mouth with those fat lips. And that is when I get an up close and personal concert with That Sound. Coming straight out of that mouth. His mouth. The one I want on me.
  • There is something so satisfying about that sound! So simple but so sexy. Strong signal you are doing something very right. It’s pure instinct. And I did that! Again, *high fives*
  • Without missing a hypothetical beat, I say, in the ear – tell me when we get to a stop sign. Then proceed to bury most of my face is the softest part of his neck, above his collarbone.
  • As he asks why, he also happens to stop. At a actual stop sign. A sign.
  • My nails instinctively dig into his thigh, right above his knee. My ring and pinky fingers the only two touching flesh. The others burning through his shorts.
  • Time to abandon the ear. Thanks, old pal. You did the trick. I will take it from here.
  • Without even glancing out the windshield, I would get all up on him, and kiss him like he deserves to be kissed. Like a man!
  • Say shit like that, oh you’re the big man. Call him Daddy, or whatever. They love that shit. Age difference doesn’t even matter.
  • The last thing I would probably remember would be my tugging on his bottom lip, and once that super tingly kiss had a break, we rest our foreheads together, almost to give our minds time to catch up to what our bodies were clearly already feeling.
  • That is how I personally would find out if bae is a 1 or a 2, as well as how to get him to make That Sound.
  • Who knows what I am talking about?
  • xojmo
  • * First things first, I’m the realest (realest)
    Drop this and let the whole world feel it (let ’em feel it
    And I’m still in the murder business
    I can hold you down, like I’m givin’ lessons in physics (right)
    You should want a bad bitch like this (ha)
    Drop it low and pick it up just like this (yeah)
    Cup of Ace, cup of Goose, cup of Cris
    High heels, somethin’ worth a half a ticket on my wrist (on my wrist)
    Takin’ all the liquor straight, never chase that (never)
    Rooftop like we bringin’ ’88 back (what)
    Bring the hooks in, where the bass at?
    Champagne spillin’, you should taste that
  • – Fancy, Iggy

    P.S. I wrote this on the WordPress App, and I have to idea why those bullets are there. I certainly did not use them on purpose. Once I can get to this on my PC, I will immediately change it. It is distracting! Apologies. jm

    With This Ring, I Thee…

    Nothing! I thee nothing! I wear rings on both ring fingers. I’ve actually been engaged AND married so I thought I knew what those rings looked like. I purposely don’t wear anything diamondy on my left ring finger. BECAUSE I’M SINGLE NOW!

    In fact, I recently bought the most kick ass stackable ring(s) at TJ Maxx and it is very bling bling. So I purposely wear that on my right hand. I don’t want anyone getting the wrong idea like I’m taken or something.

    Because clearly I am not taken. I’m like the opposite of taken. I’m quite available actually.

    On my left ring finger I wear a ring I fell in love with a billion years ago and my sister bought for me for Christmas (also a billion years ago). The main stone is an aquamarine. It’s just pretty. And no it’s not my birthstone. I just like it. And at no point did I think that anyone would think it was an engagement ring.

    Now over the years I have been asked about it. Few and far between, there have been folks that thought it may be something of significance….Nope. I just like it.

    But today in a meeting someone I’ve worked with for years now, asked me if the ring was an engagement ring. And I was like “Oh no. Just a ring. I’m quite single and available.” And this other chick chimes in, “Oh I totally thought you were married.”

    What? Huh? If you think I’m married, then what must others think. I immediately wanted to take the ring off and hurl it across the room but I figured my sister wouldn’t appreciate that. So I waited until I got home – THEN I took it off and hurled it across the room.

    Actually I just took it off and placed it in my jewelry drawer. I’m going to try something new though – NOT wearing a ring on THE ring finger. I would hate to think a suitor has been scared off by that ring. I mean, if anything, get scared off by my huge fingers. Hence why I wear jewelry; so that people will feel slightly better about my ape hands because they make rings in my size.  I’m really just trying to look cute and dainty with jewelry. Why else would I wear it?

    So, Operation Got No Ring On It is in full effect. We’ll see if the men stumble over themselves to get at me. It will certainly be weird wearing NOTHING on that finger. But hey, I have no idea what sort of ring I could wear without it looking like a promise ring of some sort.

    Although this ring is CLEARLY calling my name.

    JMo is off to Minnesota tomorrow! And I, OF COURSE, will be blogging about my trip to The Mall of America. Stay tuned!