Hey, horny guys out there.
This week I’ll be writing about the power of Will (and I’m not talking about that hot young Welsh boy I fucked in the office toilets this week, hehe, promise).
I was speaking to a friend the other week about how to stay out of trouble, as often we men find ourselves in, well, “questionable” circumstances, to say the least. (Having said that, a lot of these places are, of course, often very horny indeed.) One doesn’t always want to get into trouble, as it might get to be too much after a while (yes, even for me, lol). So that’s where the tricky part comes in: what does one do to stay out of trouble?
One way I’ve dealt with things in the past, and still do to a certain extent, is to stay super busy, always having projects and different exciting things going for me. The obvious benefit of this is that you have less time to be naughty, and you are less bored and more tired.
This all seems fine and works pretty well for me, as there are so many things I want to do anyhow. But my friend presented me with another problem: what does one do if one doesn’t KNOW what one wants to do?
This thought had never crossed my mind. Trying to think back to see if there actually was a time when I didn’t know what I wanted to do, I realised that I have always wanted to do things very strongly, and I generally work really hard to try to achieve them. Obviously I don’t always succeed, as I still haven’t been to the moon, nor have I been in a helicopter, or sung a pop song (god forbid–with my Swedish muppet voice that would be something, lol).
The problem remains: how does one fight boredom and non-will and stay out of trouble? The thing that comes to mind is the only thing I can think of suggesting, which is that it actually doesn’t matter what one does or what one wants, as long as one just DOES things. The will (in this case, at least) doesn’t actually have to be too involved; as long as you stay busy and get tired and have less time available, it will limit the trouble time, I think.
On an inspirational note, there are so many creative things we can do: write (poems, diaries, books, etc.) paint, draw, travel, visit museums, read, etc.–enough to fill a lifetime.
Anyhow this week has been quiet on the sexual front. Had a few boys in the office toilets, and am desperately trying to chat up one of the builders installing scaffolding outside our building to repair the roof (wish me luck). Apart from that, I had a horny older dude suck me off in the park toilets the other day.
We’ve been really busy finalising the music video for Rosa Lux – MONSTERS, and I have to say it’s looking mighty fine. A bit somber and thoughtful. I’ll show you soon, promise!
I’ve also been editing my new book, which is a compilation of a year’s TIM blogs. I think I’m gonna do it just as a really simple pocket-sized, text-only book. I’m trying to get Liam Cole to illustrate the cover for it. Any suggestions of what it should be?
Oh and soon we are relocating the London TIM office, so this weekend we will be carrying loads of boxes. It’ll be fun, hehe.
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