City Lounge: London (Book Three, Chapter Twelve: Queen in the Night)

Chapter Twelve: Queen in the Night:

-Sophie-

I waited by my front door. I hadn’t stopped talking to Paul on the phone. No, I didn’t dress myself up either. Somehow, I didn’t feel like. I mean, this sort thing just happened. Nobody really plans for this. I didn’t plan for it when we first had sex. Now, it’s happening again.

“Where are you now?” I asked.

“I’m outside of your door,” Paul said. My lips covered into a cat-like smile.

“Really?” I asked. I looked out the peep hole. Low and behold, there he was. Paul stood in front of my door with the phone to his ear. I smiled as I opened the door and hung up. More

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City Lounge: London (Book Three, Chapter Eleven: Ride in the Night)

Chapter Eleven: Ride in the Night:

-Paul-

I didn’t know why I was doing this. Sophie gave me the directions and I was out the door. I just grabbed my wallet and maybe some clean underwear for the night. I don’t know what I was expecting that night. Sophie sounded so thirsty when that conversation veered into sex. Don’t get me wrong. I like sex as much as the next bloke. But hearing Sophie say all of that just makes me…

I shivered. I couldn’t get too focused on all of that. Somehow, I had to see where this was headed. I’m not expecting too much. I just want to see what’s going to happen. Good thing the buses were still running. More

City Lounge: London (Book Three, Chapter Ten: Paul’s Pretty Little Thing)

Chapter Ten: Paul’s Pretty Little Thing:

-Sophie-

I have always been Paul’s girl. He’s the only one that I am compatible with in all ways. I stared at my ceiling.

“When was the last time you had sex?” I asked.

“What?!” he asked. I smiled to myself.

“You know,” I said. “When was the last time you got any?”

“I don’t know,” Paul said. “You?” I sighed as I laid back onto the couch.

“It’s been so long for me,” I said. “You remember the first time we did it?” I heard that long pause on the other line.

“Paul?” I asked. “Are you alright?” More

Tumblr is a Mess!

So if you haven’t heard by now, Tumblr is cracking down on NSFW art. I do not need to go into detail as you have seen it splashed all over Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, here, and all other pieces of social media. Just go and read the post on the staff Tumblr. Why is this happening? The story goes like this: the Tumblr app got banned from the Apple store due to the child porn running a muck on the platform. So now, the Tumblr execs are trying to clean up their act in a rather sloppy way by December 17th. Now, NSFW artists are going apeshit. Granted, writers will be left unharmed by the changes in service terms. (Even though some of them are acting paranoid.) I personally am going to be fine because I am a writer. (It might effect me sharing posts from my Controversial Album Cover display in November. But, I think everything will be sorted by then.)

Everyone in the Tumblr community is pissed. Some artists are abandoning ship already. I’m not mad at all. I’m going to be fine. I just hope Tumblr sorts out this mess that way everyone will calm the fuck down. But for now…

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Controversial Album Covers X (Pt. 29)

Year: 1984

Scorpions: Love at First Sting

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The Problem: The original cover is changed due to a complaint by Wal Mart about the partially nude embrace.

My Take: Oh, it’s the Scorpions! How have you been? It’s been so long since I had this band in my display. Compared to the other covers we have seen in this display in the past, this is actually pretty tame. You just see side-boob and nothing else. Come on Wal-Hall, lighten up.

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Controversial Album Covers X (Pt. 28)

Year: 1983

Lita Ford: Out for Blood

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The Problem: (My source doesn’t provide information on this cover. Comment below the reason.)

My Take: This isn’t sexy at all. It looks like she is trying too hard with this cover. This cover just looks so cheesy if you ask me. The get-up, the words in blood, the instruments in blood. Just no with the 80’s style.

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Controversial Album Covers X (Pt. 27)

Year: 1976

Richard Pryor: Bicentennial N****r

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The Problem: (My source doesn’t provide information on this cover. Comment below the reason.)

My Take: I know this is Richard Pryor and he loves to use the N-word, but does he have to? Does he really have to?

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Controversial Album Covers X (Pt. 26)

Year: 1971

Supertramp: Indelibly Stamped

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The Problem: The cover depicts the tattooed torso and arms of a topless woman. It is commonly believed that the model for the cover was Rusty Skuse, largely due to a tattoo on the left arm which names “Bill” and “Rusty”. However, a comparison between the album cover and photographs of Skuse’s tattoos show that this is not the case. According to Paul Sayce, writing in Tattoo News, the model was Marion Hollier, who was extensively tattooed at the Les Skuse Tattoo Studio in the 1960s. An article published in The People shortly after the album’s release also identifies Hollier as the model, noting that she was paid £45 for the job (equivalent to £600 in 2016).

My Take: I have a hard time picturing this cover with the people who sang “Goosbye Stranger” and “The Logical Song”. I would see this one on a heavy metal band’s album cover. Well, the image does go with the title.

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Controversial Album Covers X (Pt. 25)

Year: 1974

Three Dog Night: Hard Labor

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The Problem: (My source doesn’t provide information on this cover. Comment below the reason.)

My Take: This is definitely a strange cover to behold. Are those chicken feet? Is she giving birth to a record? You know what this reminds me of? Chumbawaba’s album, Anarchy. I did that album cover about two or three years ago too.

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Controversial Album Covers X (Pt. 24)

Year: 1987

2 Live Crew: We Want Some Pussy

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The Problem: (My source doesn’t provide information on this cover. Comment below the reason.)

My Take: Can we really be surprised by this point? It’s 2 Live Crew. Their music is nothing but raunchy sex. They were even taken to court for their music and won! This should not come as a surprise.

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