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Friday, December 4, 2009

Christmas Warmth

I do love Christmas music (almost seventy albums' worth of the stuff) and it's most of what I play in December. The timeless tunes, interpreted so many different ways. Traditional vocal and orchestra; spacey synth arrangements; rock guitar instrumentals; rock opera; pop flavored; ethereal new age; remixed electro/techno renditions; dancehall/reggae; acoustic piano or guitar; blues or jazz. Not to mention the classic crooners like Crosby and Sinatra.

Invariably during the Christmas season, though, I'll be out shopping somewhere and I'll see a Santa somewhere with his Christmas elves. And my perverted mind will drift off (as it does) to images of a hot blonde dressed in a sexy elf outfit with Santa hat on top, wiggling her finger at me and saying, "I need MY stocking to be stuffed, Santa." This is a longtime favorite and it gets frequent mileage during the holiday season. I also have fond memories of a Christmas Eve where my partner-at-the-time and I sat up watching a fire, snuggling close, sipping hot chocolate, and then sipping from each other, making love in front of the dancing flames.

How about you? Got any Christmas-related fantasies or sexy Christmas memories?

-- PB

9 comments:

southerngirl said...

Youu got all wistful now PB. Love the old Crosby albums...grew up listening to that stuff.

And I adore the old movies Holiday Inn, It's A Wonderful Life, White Christmas oh and National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation - a staple around here every year...

The Panserbjørne said...

Southerngirl: Christmas is a good time for wistfulness. My own Christmas holiday movie traditions include the Baryshnikov version of the Nutcracker, the George C. Scott version of "A Christmas Carol" and the old Rankin-Bass animated "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer".

-- PB

Fantasia Lillith said...

I'm Pagan ... so it's more Winter Solstice I suppose.

I don't share your love of the music I am afraid. In fact - I dislike it to such a degree that I avoid malls and shops at all cost for the entire "hoopla". Yes, a little bahambungan attitude for some but hearing the same songs over and over and over again … I can't take the tedium. I also dislike the predominance of one faith above all others. If I walk into one more mall to the words "FALL to your KNEEEES!" I'll scream! LOL

But ...

I do have some fantasies ... and thank you for the inspiration ... I shall indeed have to do something about that! I sense some future posts!

Library Vixen said...

that is all so sweet. I used to have this strange child crush on bing crosby, you know from watching his TV Christmas special, and those good looking boys of his, but definitely him,and of course I was only like 10 or 12 at the time, but yeah I used to masturbate to his image especially at Christmas. Then to find out later, he was abusive to wife and children--well deplorable, but at the same time--hot.

I love Christmas music too and taking naughty Christmas shots under the tree.

The Panserbjørne said...

Fantasia: I'm an atheist, but I still love the music. I guess it has to do more with a love of the songs themselves, rather than the specific messages they portray. I think happy memories have a lot to do with it (Christmas was, and is, a very big holiday in my family, so there are always warm thoughts involved with it). If you've got some fantasies regardless, though, by all means share 'em! :)

Library Vixen: Crosby's younger son Phillip frequently disputed older brother Gary's claims that Bing was physically and mentally abusive; Lindsay and Dennis, on the other hand, sided with Gary. I choose to believe Phillip's side of the story because the warm, genial image of Bing in his crooning days takes too much of a beating otherwise. "I REJECT YOUR REALITY AND SUBSTITUTE MY OWN!!!" :)

Will you share some of those naughty Xmas pics with us, then? We can only hope.

-- PB

Fantasia Lillith said...

Perhaps that is key ... happy memories. I almost envy you in this.

I have a challenge coming up for winter solstice ... perhaps I shall see you there?

In the meantime - I have a "softer" story posted ... my vacation was ... meditative.

Vixen said...

Christmas is such a wonderful time of the year. Dislike winter but LOVE Christmas time. The people, the shopping, the energy, the joy....

*happy sigh*

And who doesn't love the romantic-ness of sex in front of the tree with only the xmas lights lit! ;)

maydecemberinsights said...

Mmmmm... it's fun to think about the whistfulness of christmas along with the sexiness of the season... mmmm... my favorite thing i'm looking forward to this year is being with someone who truly understands the reason for the season, understands and celebrates me, and that i can horn up real good and make love with all night long... mmmhmmmm ~annie

The Panserbjørne said...

Fantasia: Oh, of course. I never shy away from a challenge. :)

Vixen: I actually love winter too, but where I live we just get kind of a mild fall. Only a couple weeks of real winter. But you've hit on a lot of the reasons I love the Christmas season specifically -- mostly, the joy that it brings to so many.

Annie: How lucky for you that you've got your special somebody! The holidays can be very unpleasant indeed if you're a loner. Also, thanks for dropping by! I'll be keeping an eye on your new journal and may be adding it to my watchlist.

-- PB