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Wanna try something new?

I’ve written this story for Gen’s “100 banging kinks for Bucky’s 100th birthday”. @bucky-plums-barnes

Kink: Tantric sex.

Pairing: Bucky x reader

Warnings: smut, kind of spiritual experience, and this should be all… I think.

Notes: the text in italics are the messages exchanged between the reader and Bucky.

Word count: 1578

Originally posted by jamesbuchananbarnesisbae

“And this is way I had to rewrite half of Friday’s code. Now moving on to the kitchen duties” Tony has gathered everybody in the meeting room for the usual monthly debrief, and it’s already a good half an hour that he is babbling about not very interesting things.

So you pull out your phone, and hiding it under the table decide to start planning your evening with your boyfriend.

“So, dear, have you got why Tony had to rewrite Friday?” You type and then press ‘send’.

To the other side of the table you see Bucky rummaging inside his pockets. A couple of seconds after your phone vibrates in your hands.

“Why? Have you, doll?”

“I wasn’t exactly paying attention.”

“And this because…”

“I was thinking about what we could do tonight… any good idea?”

“Don’t know”

“Wanna try something new?”

“Chinese takeaway instead of pizza?”

“I was more thinking about something like tantric”


You send him a couple of links to webpages explaining what tantric sex is. And then you spend the rest of the meeting enjoying the thousands of different expressions flashing on Bucky’s face as he scrolls through the material you have send him.

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  • DE : Hey CBS.
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  • DE : I love you, wanna go out with me?
  • CBS : Hmm...sure.
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*UPDATED* Black Friday + Cyber Weekend: The Best Of Coupons and Deals

All hail Black Friday and Cyber Monday! If you’re in the mood to do some capitalism, here are my picks for some must have deals in (plus size) fashion and beauty along with coupon codes. I’ll be updating this post on Cyber Monday with new deals and discounts, so keep a look out for that too! 

ASOS ★ Get 30% off with code BLESSED in the US and 20% off with CYBER in the UK

Must have picks ★ ASOS Curve 70s Maxi Dress   The Cambridge Satchel Co. Leather Scallop Bag   ASOS Curve Midi Coat with Faux Fur Collar 

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Must have picks Enola Bobby Set  Gardener Ankle Socks  Clasina Gloves  

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It’s FRIDAY FASHION FACT! Today we are going back to basics. Fashion History 101, if you will. We’re talking about dress codes! The origins of dress codes date back nearly as far as the first civilizations. The vast majority of fashion trends throughout history have been triggered by dress codes. It is a concept that exists in effectively every culture across the globe, and has existed in some form consistently through nearly the whole of human history.
In modern society, we associate dress codes with social situations. Different events require different dress. Casual wear, work wear, date wear, formal wear- all require different styles of dress. It is how we physically project the importance of the occasion, and the mood we wish to evoke. Yet the precursors of dress codes were born not to fit into a social situation, but rather to distinguish one’s social standing.

Long before photos of celebrities, athletes, and politicians were plastered on every wall and screen we face, before sketches of society’s elite were printed in the papers, there were few ways for the common person to identify who was (for lack of a better term) important. Often the distinction was made purely out of opportunity, such as the wealthy being decked out in gold and jewels. Other times, orders were put in place, such as members of the ancient Roman Senate wearing a distinct shade of purple. These early “uniforms” were clear indicators of those in positions which demanded respect. The earliest examples of select members of society wearing distinguishing dress is in the case of religious leaders. This is still commonly the case in today’s world- just look at monks, priests, or even the Pope.

To enforce the distinction, laws were created to enforce dress codes. Known as sumptuary laws, these regulations were intended to ensure that only certain people were allowed to wear certain things, such as specific colors or materials. (It is important to note that sumptuary laws applied to luxuries beyond clothing, too, but hey, this is a fashion blog!) While originally aimed at distinguishing religious figures, sumptuary laws quickly spread to royalty and nobility, highlighting them as the most elite members of society. Today, sumptuary laws are most commonly associated with the European Middle Ages, however they have existed at many times and places throughout history. In many instances, it is nearly impossible to tell how well these laws were actually enforced. The penalty for wearing regulated garments was often just a fine. It is very likely that those wealthy enough to afford the clothing of nobility in the first place would simply pay the fine in an attempt to appear high status. That is, of course, if they were even forced to pay in the first place. Of course, depending on circumstances, these laws may have been extremely strictly enforced. Few records survive to shed light on the truth.

As society and technology evolved, it became increasingly difficult to regulate dress. An increasing number of those not born to nobility could afford to dress as though they were of the elite class, while myriad inventions meant that once expensive items suddenly became far more affordable. Yet the idea of “dressing to impress” remained. When attending a ball, opera, or other event where one was meant to see and be seen, people would wear their finest attire. And, just like in modern times, when going about everyday business, less impressive clothing was acceptable. While modern society pushes the leniency of dress codes to an unprecedented extent, it seems a safe bet that this centuries old concept is here to stay.

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