"Hearts And Stars Near Her Bottom" is
A. A Card Game
B. A Patriotic Song
C. A feature of this week's WolfieToon
D. Two-thirds of the above
The answer is "True," and so far, both Springrose and Phil of "Overbarrel" fame have told me they liked that very much!
I've always thought hearts and bottoms went well together
especially because bottoms are, to my eye, heart-shaped, especially in spanking position.
And I'm evidently not the only one to think so. (I'll insert a credit when I find out who drew this!)
Hm, that might actually be a "bubble butt."
A long time ago, I tried to find out how the stylized "heart-shape" came to be. Someone suggested it was the form of two swan's necks together when mating. Aw! Someone a lot less poetic and much hornier said it was a representation of the vulva. And someone with an outright dirty mind (tsk!) said it was inverted testicles. (I hate when that happens.)
Well, I don't give much credence to either of those last two ideas, because then YouTube would ban "I Love Lucy" for showing sexual images, and we all know YouTube has a strict-- and strictly enforced-- policy against showing sexual images.
But the shape does look like a delicate derriere to me.
So if you're looking for a heart on Valentine's Day, or maybe just a heart on, check out this week's update at "Discipline and Desire!"
There are Valentine's Day themed stories this week, and the two free chapters are from the start of Michelle Carlyles' "Legacy" (not pulling your legacy!) and Kathryn Jay's "Smooth Landings" (and landing on something smooth, I bet!)
Let the chocolate gorging commence!