Now that I have your attention, just imagine you wake up to the feeling of something brushing against your pajama short-covered hip and you crack open one eye to see Jack staring at you with bright blue eyes and you manage to open both of your eyes and smile sleepily and you look down to see Jack’s hand on your hip and you sigh a little before you feel his hand move over until it’s right above the waistband of your shorts and you bite your lip to keep yourself from whining at Jack’s fingertips gliding slowly across your skin and after a lot of teasing and you shuddering a couple of times, he finally grips your shorts and slowly slides them down your legs, never breaking eye contact with you once, and you see his pupils slowly growing with each second as he moves his other hand up your thigh before letting his hand rest on top of your panties and you lightly gasp and attempt to seal your legs closed and trying to hold Jack’s hand in place there until Jack climbs on top of you, your hands trapped in one of his above your head, the other hand spreading your legs open slowly and moving your underwear to one side and he bites his lip and murmurs, “Look at you all spread out for me like a good girl. If you stay good, I’ll give you exactly what you want. Understand, princess?”

I am so gonna die because of this. I’m sorry, Johnson girls.


James W Johnson born in Endicott, NY in 1954 is an American contemporary painter who have lived in Texas since 1978.

He has participated in over 175 exhibitions worldwide. Living “outside” of the mainstream art world has allowed James to perfect his craft and independently pursue an impressive flow of ideas and images that defy categorization and present his observations about art and life from a unique perspective. More of James’ art can be seen at Saatchi Art.


Kids are spending more time than ever in front of screens, and it may be inhibiting their ability to recognize emotions, according to new research out of the University of California, Los Angeles.

The study, published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, found that sixth-graders who went five days without exposure to technology were significantly better at reading human emotions than kids who had regular access to phones, televisions and computers.

The UCLA researchers studied two groups of sixth-graders from a Southern California public school. One group was sent to the Pali Institute, an outdoor education camp in Running Springs, Calif., where the kids had no access to electronic devices. For the other group, it was life as usual.

Kids And Screen Time: What Does The Research Say?

Illustration credit: LA Johnson/NPR



You and Hayes have just started dating. Everything has honestly been perfect, it was everything and more than you could’ve imagine. He was the sweetest and the most perfect person you could have ever thought of dating. Sure you both have gone through some ups and downs but at the end everything would work out. He was in Nash’s words ‘whipped’ but he couldn’t be any happier.