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Giving Into Pleasure

This piece of fiction I wrote for my final in my Intro. to Writing Fiction course. I hope you all enjoy. Just a warning, there is some explicit and sexual content involved. Jennifer Gioia (c) 2012 Continue reading Giving Into Pleasure

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

This past Monday was Halloween. In celebration, the Student Association put together the play The Rocky Horror Picture Show. There were two showings, one at 7:30 p.m. and one at midnight. The ticket was only five dollars. I went to the midnight showing with my roommate Lexii, my floor mate Alyssa, and my CA Max. Max and I sat on the floor so we had a front row spot. Lexii and Alyssa didn’t want to sit on the floor so they sat a couple of rows back in chairs. Max dressed up in only his black underwear and a red tie. I dressed up as Wonder Woman, Lexii was Robin, and Alyssa was Batman.

It was my first time seeing the show live. I’ve seen the movie tons of times; however, they still considered me to be a virgin. So in the beginning before the show, they called up all the virgins and scribbled a big V in red lipstick on all their foreheads, including mine. Then the challenge they gave us was to make the best sex noise into the microphone. Let’s just say it was very funny and embarrassing. Once the show began, I was mesmerized. The music, the costumes, the make-up, the dancing. It was so much fun! I sang along with the songs, however, didn’t do the shout-outs. I would have if I knew them.

My favorite part was when the Master of the castle was fooling around with Janet and Brad, yet Janet and Brad didn’t know it was the Master. It was pretty funny. My favorite character is Creature, because I love his golden underwear and his big muscles. It was kind of funny though, because he sort of looked like my floor mate Charlie, but I knew it wasn’t him. The only negatives were that the music kept skipping every now and then, and sometimes the microphones didn’t work. It was okay to me because I was in the front so I could still hear them, but I doubt the people in the back could.

We got back to the dorm around one in the morning. It was a lot of fun. The play is way better live than from just watching the movie. The next day I called my mom and told her about it. She was happy I finally lost my “virginity” to the play like she did when she was younger. Now, I can’t wait until next Halloween to see it again. Maybe my mom will come up and we’ll see it together. That’d be really fun. It’d be a night full of laughter to remember.

I Only Want You.

[Introduction]

When I first met you,

I wasn’t sure

What to do.

This kind of relationship is all new to me.

I questioned if I should give you

My heart’s key?

We enjoyed each other’s company

And I still don’t know

What to make of it, Baby.

 

[Chorus]

All I know is that I only want you.

I just want you to hold me tight

And never let me go.

I know this whole thing is wrong,

But Baby,

I only want you.

 

[Verse 2]

There are plenty of guys out there for me.

Too many,

Actually.

All they want is me.

But I won’t give myself to them,

Because they’re not my Sweetie.

If I do,

I will feel cheated,

Cheated out of you.

 

[Verse 3]

They won’t leave me alone.

But now you will?

What happened? I moan.

Did you change your mind?

Because I definitely didn’t change mine.

I’m about to wind.

I promise I can be anyone,

I can be anything,

Please don’t say we’re done.

 

[Chorus]

All I know is that I only want you.

I just want you to hold me tight

And never let me go.

I know this whole thing is wrong,

But Baby,

I only want you.

 

[Verse 4]

As long as you only want me.

Because I only want you,

Baby.

I know that this relationship isn’t perfect.

It didn’t start out perfect

And it won’t end perfect.

Let’s just embrace

The flaws of us

And express them through our face.

 

[Verse 5]

Now you won’t return my texts,

You won’t return my messages.

Was this all just about the inevitable sex?

Where did you go?

Why won’t you call?

I feel so low.

I hope I don’t come off

As desperate,

Because at times I can appear soft.

 

[Chorus]

All I know is that I only want you.

I just want you to hold me tight

And never let me go.

I know this whole thing is wrong,

But Baby,

I only want you.

 

[Verse 6]

I still don’t know much about you,

But your eyes tell a different story,

Just as mine do.

Tell me something I don’t know.

I feel as if I’m on my own.

Woah.

Give me a way out

Of this downward spiral,

I pout.

 

[Verse 7]

I need you here.

I need you with me.

Please listen, dear.

 

[Chorus]

All I know is that I only want you.

I just want you to hold me tight

And never let me go.

I know this whole thing is wrong,

But Baby,

I only want you.

 

[Conclusion]

I only want you.

Continue reading I Only Want You.

Wattpad: A New Way To Write.

You see that button to the right? Over there? ————>

It looks exactly like this:

Weeeelllll, so as some of you know, I post my stories on the wonderful website of Mibba.com. And since my most recent story, A Whole New Concept of Love, has about 1,265 readers, 163 comments, and 215 subscribers, I thought that I’d try it out on Wattpad.com. So far it hasn’t been given such a great start like it did on Mibba. So this is just another way to give my story some publicity on Wattpad.

Sam Rosso has been given the opportunity to teach English at one of the best schools in all the state. He’s new to Riverdale High and excited to make a great impact on his students’ lives. What he never expected was that he would make a certain impact on a particular student.

That student is Selene Doreck. She has flowing dark brown hair, eyes of turquoise pearls, and a smile that can brighten anyone’s day. When she first meets Mr. Rosso, she doesn’t even notice him. She is too busy talking to her best friend Annie about the latest gossip and senior year.

But Mr. Rosso, or Sam as she knows him later on, has made an impact on her as well. His luscious blonde locks, his emerald green eyes, and his lips that seem just so… kissable. Once she does see him, she can’t look away, no matter how hard she tries.

What Sam didn’t expect was to be as impacted by a student as he was to her. Maybe even bigger.

This is rated [NC-17] on Mibba and [R] on Wattpad. I update usually Tuesdays or Wednesdays.

Also, this book is a work of fiction. Any references to historical events, real people, or real locales are used fictitiously. Other names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual events or locals or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.
Copyright © 2010-11 by JG
All rights reserved.

So, I hope you all enjoy it. Also, I only have up to chapter four on Wattpad, where as I have up to chapter twenty-eight on Mibba. I will be editing it, so if I were you, I’d stick to the Wattpad version – the edited version. Thank you! :D

“The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”, “The Girl Who Played With Fire”, and “The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest”: The Films.

I just finished watching the best-selling Millennium trilogy written by the late Swedish author, Stieg Larsson, directed by Niels Arden Oplev.

The films were all amazing. The lighting, angles, and direction of each film was very unique and professional. Oplev did a great job.

Even more credit goes to the man behind Lisbeth Salander, Stieg Larsson. He presented each character very delicate and precise. The plot was very well put together and grabbing. I was on the edge of my couch seat for the whole 428 minutes of all three films combined.

My opinion of the films are very high, 9/10 stars. (:

However, what I had to say about the plot was that either Larsson had a ludicrous amount of hatred for me, which is ironic considering he was a man, or he just knew of the horrid, unspeakable things men do to other human beings.

Throughout the whole trilogy, there was rape, murder, sex, violence, child pornography, trafficking, and language. Now granted, murder, sex, violence, and language can be found today in many movies, and real life. However, child pornography, trafficking, and rape is what I believe a little too much for me. It was rated R for a reason, and being seventeen, I am legal to watch it without an adult. Which I did. My mother didn’t want to watch it and my father was away on business.

I just believe that Larsson perceived men to be, in the words of Lisbeth Salander, “Sadistic pigs and rapists.”

Horrible.

Gross.

And wrong.

I can’t begin to imagine living in a world with this everyday. Yes, I am, as are all of you reading this. However, more than half of us don’t live next door to a rapist, have a father with a double life as a trafficking boss, or fall asleep every night watching child pornography. And for those who do, you have problems and I pray the best for you.

Sure, not all men are sadistic pigs and rapists, but according to Larsson’s trilogy, all men, including those of government titles are sadistic pigs and rapists. It’s just sad to think that it is true somewhere in the world.

Either way, Larsson’s Millennium film trilogy was very good. I plan on reading the novels soon. It’s a shame, really. I usually read the books first before I see the movies. That how I like it. In my opinion, the books are always better. So Larsson’s novels will be outstanding compared to his films.

I would recommend the films to you all very highly.

Continue reading “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”, “The Girl Who Played With Fire”, and “The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest”: The Films.