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Anonymous said: So before you'd fallen in love with Pixie, you had no intention of finding love? A relationship? A partner? What was your plan at that point in your life?

I wouldn’t use the word “intention” here. I simply thought that I would never meet anyone I could fall in love with. I was 25 years old when I met Pixie. I think that most people have fallen in love or have had at least a crush by the time they are 25. That’s something that never happened to me. I was never romantically interested in anyone, at all. I never actually truly wanted anyone - something that I realised only after I met Pixie and learned what lust meant and felt like.

I didn’t have a grand plan. All I wanted was to have a life of my own and that plan didn’t include having a wife because I was certain that no-one would ever want me and that no-one would ever meet my impossibly high standards.

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hornyshihtzu said: Ha, I promised not to send you any more 30 day challenges but I found a few interesting questions that I hope you could answer when you have time. 1. If you were old enough and not in a situation where it would be inappropriate, would you sleep with one of your (past) school teachers/professors? 2. If you could get away with one murder in your lifetime without any legal, social, or emotional repercussions, would you kill someone? 3. Could you fall in love with someone you thought was ugly?

1. No, because I don’t want to have sex with anybody else but Pixie and none of my past teachers was even that hot. But to be honest, I’ve slept with my English teacher and my ballet teacher. But that was then. (I wasn’t even old enough.)

2. Yes.

3. I assume that by falling in love you mean romantic/sexual love. The answer to that is no. This question is kind of incompatible with me, though, because I’ve fallen in love only once in my life.

I think that everyone I love is beautiful but maybe that’s because I love them. Once you start loving someone they start looking more beautiful to you. And then again, if you’re a model but you happen to be a total bitch I will feel disgusted by your face no matter what your models.com ranking is.

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sinning-as-always said: How do you feel about S/M?

The thought of hurting Pixie, even if she asked me to, is deeply upsetting. But I like to be punished sometimes. Certains forms of violence please me, but I wouldn’t let anybody else do it.

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Anonymous said: What are your thoughts on infidelity? Are you ever worried Pixie will cheat? How would you react if she did?

I’m not worried. Pixie is an honest person. If she wasn’t happy she would tell me, and then we’d try to fix things. If she cheated on me I’d be shocked because we’re so happy and I think that our sex life is amazing. And of course it would make me very sad.

But she would never ever do that.

Cheating is for losers.

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Anonymous said: Do you believe in soul mates?

No.

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Anonymous said: Are you a morning person or a night howl?

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Anonymous said: Foxinator, in which subject did you earn your PhD? :)

Penis puppetry.

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Anonymous said: Mikä on vaikeinta suomenkielessä?

Rektio, koska niissä ei ole mitään helvetin järkeä.

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Anonymous said: What is your handedness?

Lefty.

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salt-silver-oxygen said: Would you agree that a person's self-image is never truly perfect? As in, we all have qualities and characteristics that we deny or are not aware of, but we also tend to think that we have something that in reality we don't, in terms of personality/characteristics/skills/potential. What would you say these things are in your case? What about Pixie?

Yes, I would agree, but I cannot answer this question for myself because these dark corners of my soul are something that I, by definition, can’t see.

I think Pixie isn’t as extroverted as she thinks she is. She often describes herself as an outgoing people person but I’m not sure if it’s entirely true. She can survive long periods of time without interacting with anyone. She can draw alone for hours, sometimes days, when she’s working on a project. Her phone is often on mute. Maybe she compares herself to me but I’m as sociable as a Dementor so standing next to me will definitely make her seem like the talkative bubbly type.

She’s more masculine than she is or perhaps wants to be? Some people say that she’s not a ”real woman” because she’s not curvy, she has small breasts, doesn’t want children and works in medical science. I think she’s started to rebel by trying to be more feminine than she’d naturally be. Of course the word ”feminine” is open to interpretations but if we think of adjectives that traditionally fall into this category we talk about words like soft, gentle, humble, nurturing, dependent, emotional, weak, submissive, self-critical, passive. I don’t think she’s any of those things. When people tell a woman that she’s not feminine (enough) it’s often meant as an insult or criticism. That may invoke a need to fight back and prove that she is a woman. Pixie looks breathtaking in heels, skirts and dresses but to me she looks happier in her ripped boyfriend jeans and her Ironman T-shirt. I don’t care what she wears if it’s her choice. But I love the boy in her or whatever you want to call it. I love her. ”Real woman” or not.

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Anonymous said: Does the beautiful wifey get jealous of the female attention you receive? Also, how does she feel about your best mate liking you?

She’s so jealous. She’s keeping us apart.

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Anonymous said: Mr. Foxy! I hope you are well, sir. Question regarding what you do for a living - does it in some way or form align with your moral compass? In other words, do you find it fulfilling in a sense that you are serving a purpose that you think is right and just?

If you’re referring to my organisation work, yes. I can’t really say that I like my job. It’s infuriating, it’s heartbreaking, sometimes it’s dangerous. But if I stopped doing it I could not live with myself.

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Anonymous said: So you're perfectly ok with not knowing exactly who you are? I come from a very traditional family and I really don't want to get disowned, I don't think I could afford med school on my own.

I’m perfectly okay with it. I’m married to the love of my life, my sunlight, and I’m definitely not looking to cheat, so I don’t need to know. If I must put myself in some box I’d say I’m heterosexual. I’ve never been attracted to this man from the neck down. He’s my best friend and during these years I’ve had lots of different kinds of feelings for him. I love him. It’s very complicated.

I know something about dysfunctional families. If you want to talk you’ll find me at Spinchat.

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apiecealisa said: How about some dubious sex tips? They're a favorite of mine.

Sure, how about this: when you go away for a holiday with your wife, pack the vibrator but leave the charger at home. She’ll be so pleased.

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Anonymous said: I think I'm gay and I don't know what to do about it.

Why should you do something about it? If you’re gay, you’re gay. If you’re not sure, you’re not sure and that’s fine too. I’ve only been attracted to two people in my whole life and one of them is a tall dark man and the other one is a short blonde woman. I’ve only had sex with women but I don’t know what I am and I don’t really care.

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