Wednesday, June 21, 2006

I am done!

Exams were finished on Friday which was immensely, intensely and incredibly satisfying. Very pleased indeed.

Sorry for not posting before but on Saturday I was sleeping for pretty much all of the day, on Sunday my sister returned home from university and posed quite a distraction and I also had to go to a barbeque which I spent with a pleasant mixture of smoke from charred animal carcasses and pure pollen pouring up my nostrils.

The perfect day for a vegetarian hay-fever sufferer huh?

On Monday I went on an induction course where we were supposed to be prepared for the Sixth Form, apparently. It started off with a powerpoint that firstly quoted the mass-murderer Che Guevara in a fashion it expected to be inspirational, then followed this up with far too many quotes from Jesus and then to back up the most famous Jew in history it used the words of the rabid anti-semite Henry Ford.

No mention was made of Jesus' missing prepuce.

After that travesty we had some team work exercises such as climbing a wall together, making a water-funnel and other such activities which were fairly enjoyable if somewhat mindless. After that we went to a Mariner's Base where some people who were not members of the God Squad actually did really enjoyable things with us. We built a raft that (through some merry miracle) was the only one to actually be lakeworthy and then went into concrete caves which were so tight they lead me to suspect that they were actually a subtle penile empathy class. All the same it was immense fun.

Once that was through we had a night walk and afterwards I expected to rest but instead we were forced to endure further indoctrination, bombed out on pollen, heavily fatigued and wondering why we were all being forced to have a one-way conversation with a being as real as the tooth fairy I had possibly the most miserable half-hour of my existance thus far.

The day after there was debating and bike riding which were great and then a mass, which was not.

But now the part you actually care about: penile progress. Well today it is good news, I have started encorporating in the full gliding motion to highly pleasurable effect. Previously I had only been retracting about 3/4 the way down the glans but now I am pulling back totally and have observed a good deal of pleasure is to be found from stimulation of the coronal rim.

As for climaxes well I have noted that retracting fully during the build-up directly before orgasm followed by pushing the skin up around the crown during the first spurt has spectacular results and almost caused me to hit my neck with the resulting deluge.

In short great fun, things are still stiff and tight at times but overall things seem to be improving greatly.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Che Guevara was not a mass murderer!

3:36 PM  
Blogger Revamp said...

He built labour camps (later used to jail homosexuals, Che believed that homosexuality was decadence and a byproduct of capitalism) and supported Mao and Sovietism fiercely, the fellow was not a pleasant piece of work.

I must admit though, that photo does look damn cool.

2:53 AM  
Anonymous curiouscat said...

hey, can you tell us what kind of material you masturbate to? or isit all made up in your mind? ;)

8:05 AM  
Blogger Revamp said...

hey, can you tell us what kind of material you masturbate to? or isit all made up in your mind? ;)

Hmm...I seem to have stopped mentioning that lately, not intentionally though. It is mostly in my mind actually, mainly because I seem to be finding a difficult time locating pornography that does anything other than make me laugh or wince rather than getting a hard-on. Doing that on a budget is even more tricky. is useful but generally I just use my mind, I find it generally has better stuff. And more detailed plots and characterisation. ;)

2:25 PM  
Blogger Squishy said...

Hey Revamp! Cool blog here, and good luck on your endevours!

9:54 AM  
Blogger Revamp said...

Thank ya Squishy!

Your blog is pretty fine too.

3:59 AM  
Anonymous curiouscat said...

i like your mindset ^^ thinking of how you meet the girl and then having a plot.

8:11 AM  
Blogger Revamp said...

Thanks, well I find that it helps add some element of passion which is always a good thing. If the characters actually mean something to each other it always helps.

2:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guevara did not, infact, fiercly defend the soviet sysem but rather rejected it, especially in his later life after travelling there.

But despite your ignorance on socialism, nice blog. I have had some moderate success with the Beauge myself, perhaps I should concentrate on it more fully.

7:43 PM  
Blogger Revamp said...

Ok, I'll look into that. Sorry.

9:27 PM  

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