As I’ve posted before, there’s a small set of things that especially love about Autumn. And, here we have all of them with the addition of seasonal colors and accoutrements! Oh yeah, Autumnal perfection!.
Oh, and pro-tip: Gentlemen, moderate your beer-drinking a bit because bierschwanz is the enemy of unzucht.
It’s Autumn now, my favorite time of the year. And, in no small part, this is because Fall calls out to the Irish blood in me. Hence, between that, my life-long love of history and cultural anthropology, and my firmly held belief that, among White women, Celtic women have the most attractive phenotype as a group, it’s time for me to share some Neo-Celtic fantasies. 😉
As Tyler, The Portly Politico recently reminded me, Fall officially started Wednesday, Sep 22. So, that combined with the oddly seasonal sudden cooling we’ve experienced up here in NY, definitely means we’ve felt the 1st brush of Autumn in 2021.
Like Tyler and a plethora of other people, Autumn is my favorite season, though for different reasons than most will admit to. 😛
The 1st great joy of this, my favorite season, is the return of thigh-high socks. I don’t know why – there’s little to no point in arguing matters of taste or attraction, even with one’s self – but socks up over their knees, especially when combined with shorts, short skirts, or minidresses, is a wonderful and titillating part of Autumn for me.
And, of joyous course, the 1st brush of Autumn is also the 1st blush of sweater season. And, who doesn’t love – or, at least lust after – women in sweaters? For Americans, it is literally part of our culture and has been entrenched in it since before WW2.
Oh yes! I love the 1st blush of Autumn and all the beauty and joy it brings me.
Autumn is upon us, and with it comes colder weather and, in many areas, a fair bit of uncomfortably cold rain. But be of stout heart and open mind. There are plenty of redheads out there and their fire will keep you warm … or hot and bothered by either their intrinsically erotic beauty or the madness that is seemingly endemic among them. 😉
Yeah! There’s a reason why ginger is a spice associated – in the West at least – with fall and winter. Ginger heats the blood and makes us stronger so as to be able to withstand the cold months more readily.