Being A Gentleman

What is your idea of a gentleman?

Well, I think that this jpeg says a lot. To me, a gentleman is someone who has manners, educated, always puts others first, including his lady. He is responsible, dependable and can carry a conversation about daily events without sounding like an idiot. He knows when to speak and when to listen. He has good friends, because he is respectful & loyal. He loves & respects his parents. He doesn’t speak poorly of women in general. He doesn’t “kiss & tell.” He is considerate, diplomatic. He knows when to stay and when to go. Respects himself.


 How can you know, if a male is a gentleman or not?

You can tell by his actions if he’s a gentleman or not. Does he open the door for you or others? Is he considerate of those around him? Does he ask you if you need anything from the kitchen when he gets up to get something? A gentleman is respectful of himself, not having too many hardcore destructible vices such as drinking or drugs. He will love & respect his mother, by doing what she asks, not yelling at her, not being mean in any form. Actions…actions speak very should have to be willing to hear.

Does it have anything to do with being gentle?‎

No, it doesn’t. Always encourage men to act/behave like gentlemen. When he opens the car door for you take the opportunity to give him a quick kiss on the cheek. Encouragement of more to come. Always find a moment to “reward” him for good behavior, that you want more of. And always act deserving of such treatment..act like a lady.

Asked by at  Aesthete


That’s Disgusting [audiomo]

How would you define the word “disgusting” ? What kind of things, actions, people do you consider disgusting and why ?‎  Voodoo

  • when men touch themselves all the time. 
  • combing hair in public
  • seeing a used & discarded condom in a parking lot
  • band-aid floating in a swimming pool

just a few things i find disgusting!

Stockholm Syndrome


What is your opinion on Stockholm Syndrome ? What can make victims, captives develop warm feelings toward their captors, abductors ?‎ Voodoo

I think it’s the part of the victim’s mind to protect the rest of the whole being/mind. Almost like an alternative to “fight or flight.” The victim remains with their kidnapper, becoming dependent, emotionally attached because it’s easier for that victim to process the events going on around them, instead of becoming violent or attempting to run.

Thanks to @MJPodcasts, @Freakyfwoof, @bossjockapp all on Twitter.

Ladies Fashion; late 50’s – early 60’s


Cat recieved a question from her #1 fan …CLICK the play button to listen to the question, along with Cat’ answer.

SIDENOTE:I Guess that someone forgot that these types of dresses were from the 60’s because they are popular once again from last year to present.

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