It’s wonderful to welcome back Cousin Pons to the roundup of Wicked Wednesday! The last time CP did the roundup was in 2017 (my fault, not his) for week 282 (read it here). I always love reading CP’s stories and am delighted to have him as a judge for the Smut Marathon this year. You can read his words on his blog, or follow him on Twitter.
Top 3 for week 410 by Cousin Pons
My Twenties by Toy for Sir
This superbly written factual account of her twenties grabbed me from the very start. ‘My twenties were a facade of happiness to everyone. Had anyone cared enough to look closely, they would have seen beneath the mask I wore daily.’ This is a tale of the American Dream turned sour. There is a happy ending, with the arrival of her daughter, as she enters her thirties. It is not a fairy tale happy ending, for as the author say, crappy things still happened to her in her thirties.
The Freedom They Needed by Deviant Succubus
As I read this masterly story, I was swept along by the exuberance and joy of the two nurses, Ruth and Dorothy, as they enjoy a fabulous night out with Graham and Harold. The memorable final scene, in the four seater car, was full of exuberance and joy. A sort of release of tension after years of war. There was, ‘No pressure tonight. Only pleasure.’
Magical Cunt by Lessons in Kate
I read this tale of vigorous sex ‘on the laziest, wooziest of Sundays,’ with a huge amount of enjoyment. The wordplay and wit was astonishing. Two lines of many, stood out for me. ‘Since Judith’s fingers had been so deeply shoved inside Eleanor’s cunt, the scent of her travelled down her wrist and caught in the fine dark hairs of her arm.’ and ‘The words sounded startling, seemed to echo off the bedlinen.’ I don’t think Eleanor was at all sorry she hadn’t gone to church that Sunday.
The classic overthinking definition is, “to think about something too much or for too long.” While it’s human nature to think things through when making a decision or evaluating a situation, it becomes overthinking when you can’t get out of your own head.
Source: Tony Robbins
We all tend to think things through, especially when bigger decisions need to be taken, but sometimes those thoughts consume our days and nights, and the thinking becomes overthinking. What kind of things tend to make you overthink?
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