Welcome

Hello and thank you for visiting my blog. Well it is not so much a blog more a place to share all the things i have written, drawn and generaly played with over the last 10 years. Most of them are related to my love of smooth slick Latex and shiny PVC, as well as the delights of feminization. I also have a huge crush on British TV presenter Carol Vorderman (The perfect model of the older woman) as well as the gorgeous Keira Knightley. (more my age). There will be nothing harsh or nasty here, just fun things, naughty things, sexy things and yes, well, Kinky things. Basically it's a stroll through the kinky lanes of my mind. hope you have fun. XXX

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

My Art

Hi everyone,
  Thought i would post this piece of my own art before I posted the really good stuff.
Always had a fantasy about being a prom queen.
Hope you like it.
XXX

PS... Do latex prom dresses exist?


I am very nearly finished cleaning up one of my favourites. I will say little more but I think it might appeal to our friend Silvia, who sounds a little under the weather right now.
 So feel better soon Silvia and I will post the pic either this week or the start of next.
Love and kisses
Andy.
XXXXXX

5 comments:

  1. Don't be silly Andy. They'd be queuiing up to take you to the prom. And the girls would love you too. Don't you remember that lovely documentary about Jamie on BBC3?

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  2. Deep pink, my favourite colour, and what a figure!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Jennifer

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  3. Of course latex dresses would be acceptable. You can always try:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ktalikowski/4169863862/
    or for a more elegant and, I think, more appropriate length try
    http://www.milanoo.com/Black-Latex-Frock-and-Long-Dress-p1812.html
    An alternative might be http://www.milanoo.com/Black-Latex-Dress-with-Big-Bow-Tie-p1813.html
    if you had your latex stockigns or some nice high boots.

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  4. I agree with Jennifer!

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  5. This is my favorite "Andy" image. The subtle latex combined with the devastating beauty is mouthwatering.

    As to the existence in real life, there are a number of "tulip" dresses out there.

    Thank you Andy, for the art and the story.

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