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  1. First try each spell, thenif Sammy is still going, melee
  2. I wish you the very best with all the things going, then there will be an eager and interested group awaiting your return to this story.
  3. Ms. @KozmoFox, is this story over? It is a good challenge.
  4. Stay on the defensive until her head clears and Sammy shows signs of wearing down, perhaps taunting Sammy. Then first fight her at range with the gun followed by the magic lighting bolt
  5. Years ago there was a book published "Life On Man". I read parts of it more years ago than many members of this site have been alive, so my memories are not perfect. That said, one of many chapters was devoted to modern ideas about toilet use. In that chapter it seemed present day ideas were, in historical terms, relatively new. One example cited was of a King of England who enjoyed the huntn so much that he would not dismount for any reason, leaving a "fine mess" for his personal aides to clean up when he returned to his castle. This narrative awas ascribed to a Royalist so in the opinoin of the book author it was descriptive not derogatory.
  6. @Thera_Regina, thanks
  7. How does someone stop following a thread?
  8. I agree fully with both @Charlie Kirby and @Roka-tan. Explore and watch fights and learn, and be sure we have regained full strength, then fight Sammy. But not before full recovery from the vampire attack. FYI @OmoCommando is writing a superb, very hot story. Keep it up!
  9. watch a battle
  10. contest

    First I congratulate @Rainyday on the win and very much so for the creative challenge. Second I want to thank Ms @KozmoFox for this Kozmo-Lotto and wish her the greatest success as it goes on. Third, when I first encountered @puddlezz I was hoping a person with a similar screen name had found this site. puddlezz is not that person and is in no way similar to that person. I bring up this point because Kozmo-Lotto is run by KozmoFox and either we play by her rules or we shut up and get out. Ms. KozmoFox is indeed a very capable person and an amazing writer. Ms. KozmoFox has demonstrated on several occasions that she is quite capable of taking care of her self and does not pull punches when indeed punches need to not be pulled. I also wish to express my respect to @Kirito for, apparently, being not only the founder of this site but also being able to be the sole administrator of this site. This site is run by Kirito and we either follow the rules set out by Kirito or shut up and get out. I have recently pulled punches when I should not have, and a few posts later Ms. KozmoFox laid out in very unambiguous terms what I wanted to say but did not, and raised additional important points. That Kirito came in and took additional steps earns my additional respect, but there is no requirement that he earn anything from me; indeed quite the opposite is true. I must show that I am a member worthy of respect, and I always try to be. I do confess to sometimes being more disagreeable than I should be when I express disagreement, and for that I do apologize.
  11. cgi

    I apologize for taking so long to thank you for your very informative answer. I can see me doing similar things, not as a competition with you but for other things.
  12. A few weeks is a bit long. When I could do and did holds to the end I found that the second hold immediately after the first was more difficult to control and the third hod was more difficult to control than the second, etc. I found that after any hold there was more difficulty controlling and it took a day or two to get back to normal. So my suggestion at this point is no more holds, get tot the bathroom as soon as possible after the urge or even go by the clock whether there is an urge or not. Best of luck.
  13. contest

    Ms Kozmo, do you have ski pants or some waterproof pants and do you ski? If you do, go skiing maybe with a friend. While not on the slopes keep warm with hot tea of your choice. By the end of the day do everything anyone else would do except don't use a restroom and don't take off your ski pants. If you are with friends they do not need to know you are wet. When you get home and have privacy take off your ski pants then change your wet pants, shower, put on dry clothes, write your usual very wonderful description of your experience. If you don't ski put on clothes suitable for the temperature, get warm with as much hot tea or coffee of your choice that you can drink, then take your camera out to the nearby woods and spend the day doing the kind of photography that makes you happy. Stay out until your pants start to get uncomfortably cold, then go back home, warm up, review your photos etc. then change pants and clean up and write your usual spectacular description of your experience. Please note I am not asking for you to post any photos, but I would love to see some of the nature photos that would not give away anything that would identify your location.
  14. Rachel, these are great pictures. I am so happy for you that your vanilla hubby accepts you for all of you. When I first starting wearing diapers full time my first were the largest original Goodnights. They often allowed me to get to a time that I could change, but they dud need to be changed or they would leak second time.
  15. BI (before my sci) on long drives I would sometimes deliberately miss rest stops and in traffic jams I would pee when I needed to. Sometimes I would sit on newspapers. AI (after my sci) I would often pee with very little or no warning. After I realized I needed diapers I often found I was wet when I arrived at my destination Mythbusters did a program comparing driving with a very full bladder. They set up a driving obstacle course. The driver drove the course until they were getting consistent times, etc. /then the driver drank water or some nonalcoholic beverage until they reached serious desperation. If the normal driving score was 100. driving while desperate was scored around 73. Then, even though it was carried out on a closed test track, a State Police officer was present to supervise the dui test. the driver consumed some very strong alcohol to a blood alcohol of 0.075, just below the legal limit of 0.08. The driver got a score in the high 20's/low 30's. the conclusion: desperation is a serious distraction but not as bad as even near drunk. My conclusion: better to drive while wet than to drive while desperate. This Mythbusters show really provided numbers for what I had long thought and practiced.