How to Talk Dirty To a Guy and Sound Really Sexy!

Talking dirty is sexy! Trust me when I say so. I have been with my boyfriend for close to six years now. Any modern woman should embrace dirty talk in their relationship. One amazing aspect of talking dirty is that any women can do it.

Most women would without a doubt love to talk dirty to their men. This makes you ask, what is dirty talk anyway? You may have heard that this makes sex feel hotter and sexier. How do you start talking dirty and how do you get better at it? Unlike what most women think, it doesn’t necessarily involve phrases that sound like they were taken right out a pornographic movie.

Talking dirty needs to be natural and once you have figured out what it’s about. Regardless of how long you’ve been in a relationship, learning how to talk dirty will definitely spice up your sex life.

The best way is to sound sexy is just talk. If you tune your thoughts to think dirty, what will come out of your mouth will be dirty as well. When your man likes the kind of words you use, you will like it too. So if you’re interested in knowing more about the art of talking dirty and how to sound really sexy? Here’s what you should know:

Let your sexual prowess take over when you’re horny… This is where it starts. If you want your man to respond, you have to tell him when you’re in the mood for sex. Let your man know about your wants since it’s much easier to let them out once you’re aroused.

Assume it was a one-night stand… Most of the time; we have one night stands with guys we like or have a crush on. You’re most likely to give your all sexually with a one-time stand. Picture your guy as that one night fling you’ve always wanted to have and say all the naughty things you would have said.

Do it like you’re having an affair… Assume that you and your man are having an affair. What would be the sexiest way to express how you’re feeling? Dirty talk of course! Fantasize about the passionate moments. What would you say to him if it was an affair?

Describe your thoughts… If you want to get a man in the mood, try whispering some naughty phrases in his ear. Be sure that you do this only when you get time with him alone. Don’t forget to moan and sigh.

You don’t have to speak a word sometimes. Moaning and sighing is a form of dirty talk that you can use to sound overly sexy in bed. The little “aah” or “ooh” sounds when he gives you a deep thrust for instance will show him that you appreciate what he is doing to you besides making him turned on as well.

Don’t trash talk… Dirty talk doesn’t involve trash talking. It’s all about using dirty phrases to turn on your guy while sounding sexy at the same time. You can’t go calling him a dog for instance. You can only talk trash to a guy if he is really comfortable with it.

Blu-Ray – The Ultimate HD Movie Watching Experience

Blu-Ray is the latest technology for optical discs, and will probably replace the previous extensively used technologies such as DVD, DVD-RAM, DVD-R and DVD-RW. It was collectively produced by major consumer electronics and media suppliers (including Dell, Apple, HP, Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Samsung etc) and the Blu-Ray Disc Association. The main purpose was to record, rewrite and playback HD movies, while also boosting storage capacity.

Blu-rays apply a different type of technology than preceding disc formats. DVDs and the like use red-laser technology to read and write data, while this new format relies on blue-violet laser – hence the name of Blu-Ray, often misspelled as Blue-Ray. The key advantage that this blue-violet laser offers is that the laser spot is more focused. This allows for tighter packaging of data, thus growing the amount of data that can be stored.

The main competitors of Blu-Rays are HD DVDs. However, these last ones can only hold 15 GB of data, while Blu-Ray disc can store up to 25 GB. With the development of 3D movies, Blu-Rays will most likely become more popular. You can write a whole 3D movie at full 1080p resolution on a single Blu-Ray disc. A good player can then pump the data to your TV screen without any problems.

Other things that Blu-Ray can provide include improved inter-connectivity, thus allowing for more complex games or educational materials, as well as more sophisticated video options. For instance, you can have picture-in-picture viewing for behind-the-scenes or comments while watching movies. You also have access to the menu while watching the film. Also, many Blu-rays have an archived version of the movie that you can watch on your iPod or other portable device. Another new feature is BD-Live. If you link your Blu-Ray player to the Internet, you can use this feature to access movie talks, forums and other interactive content. Disney has announced plans to include BD-Live on most upcoming titles.

Blu-Rays were launched in 2006, and thus far they have attained a penetration rate of about 10%. In the near future, Blu-Ray will most likely become the common technology for high-definition televisions and home theater. Because of their enhanced storage capacity, movies stored on Blu-Ray discs have better picture and sound quality. Though they are still more expensive than HD DVDs, this is likely to change in the future, making them the most convenient choice for home entertainment.

Blu-Ray is the next step in home entertainment. A few of this year’s famous movies available in Blu-Ray include Avatar, Lost – complete series, Sherlock Holmes, Africa’s Lost Eden, Alice in Wonderland, Zombieland and The Princess and the Frog. Most of the upcoming titles on Blu-Ray are family and kid’s movies. So get yourself some 3D glasses and spend some fun family time watching the newest and best movies on Blu-Ray!

Writing a Novel, Screenwriting, and Bar Scenes From a Movie

Writing a novel, screenwriting, and bar scenes from a movie are entertaining. Writing a novel based on an existing movie screenplay is not the most common approach writers choose to take. It goes against the grain of how it usually works. Many entertaining novels have been adapted for the movies by screenwriters. Sometimes it works and other times people that have read the novel are disappointed with the movie.

I have caught myself saying, “I thought the novel was way better” and other times I think the movie was good or even better than the book it was adapted from. I love screenwriting, producing, and directing movies. It does provide a creative rush to see an idea you had for a movie really happen and not stay the person always talking about making a movie, but never taking action to move forward.

Almost everybody in the entertainment business knows someone that talks about a hot movie idea, but never writes the screenplay. They might write a detailed movie treatment and it goes no further than that. End of story. Nobody likes to see themselves as that person that never goes all in with their idea. The roles were reversed on me lately.

I was out with friends not wanting to think about anything on a deep level or business. Just wanted to relax and enjoy the moment of what was happening as it came. Like a script page out of a bar scene from a movie I get cornered by that one person that always somehow shows up you know is going to talk your ear off about something. In this case it was their hot movie concept they had been pitching for years. There never is a finished script or treatment, only ideas coming at you like machine gun fire. What if this? What if that?

Politeness beats rudeness. I shot straight with her that I could not afford the time and energy to write a spec screenplay and bet on the come she would find the money to produce it in order to pay me later. We have known each other for years, but in a very casual sense. The reversal happened when she reminded me that over the years I have talked about always wanting to write a novel and have not done it. If I told her about my aspiring novelist dreams, I can only imagine how many times I must have said it to family and close friends over the years.

She was right. I had not done it and only talked about it. Writing short fiction was my transition to screenwriting, but I skipped something I have always wanted to do – write a novel. I have finally committed to completing a novel that is based on a screenplay I wrote titled Crazy Love Story that fell out of production. Writing a novel is a different process that has taken getting used to.

The biggest difference for me as a filmmaker is the level of lucid description that is needed to draw in readers and paint a picture in their mind. With movies people see the story being played out visually. Viewers can see what a character and location looks like. In novels the writer needs to be able to describe in only words the world they have created. Writing a novel based on an existing movie screenplay is not the most common approach writers choose to take. At least there is going to be that climax when it is done that I finally stopped talking and finished the job of writing a novel. This is filmmaker and aspiring novelist Sid Kali typing FADE OUT