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April 6, 2013 5:01 pm  #11

Re: Fantasy Maker (M)

If I lived in England, I would contact this company:

I would ask if they had anyone who was willing and able to cry real tears on cue... anything less than that would not be worth my money!

Trying to find these types of places in the U.S. and Canada now... with the right google search, I'm hoping to find a few...

Actually, even this place is still less than ideal (emphasizing escort type services rather than engaging in scenes of a fantasy type nature), but at least it's a start and I like how they emphasize that there are no sexual services and not to even ask!

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September 24, 2017 4:16 pm  #12

Re: Fantasy Maker (M)

woundedpuppy wrote:

I think I'm probably done with this fic. I really just wrote it to get some frustrations out of my system, and it worked even better than I could have imagined!

This is my fave of the 3 fics (Short Fic #1, Short Fic #2, Fantasy Maker) I've contributed to the forum, even though I don't even get to the crying part in this one!  It's so much about anticipation... not the anticipation that someone might cry... the anticipation of guaranteed crying... wow, that really gets me going!!!  The knowledge that I'm not going to end up disappointed like I have so many times in the past.  Suddenly I want to drag it out and almost don't want to get there too quickly!! 

woundedpuppy wrote:

I did have a tiny little twist for the end that I'll keep to myself just in case I ever do decide to finish it, but this is already the longest fic I've ever contributed to this group, lol.

It would be fun to finish it.  Not sure if that would send me into a state of obsession, though, as sometimes happens when I spend too much time thinking about this stuff.  But if I choose to expand on a fic, this would be the one.  With lots of crying and comforting, of course.  He was just about to go there.

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September 24, 2017 6:42 pm  #13

Re: Fantasy Maker (M)

I still remembered the fantasy maker! Your story was still in my head because you turned the right buttons for me! Do you suffer from your obsession? If not I would like to read more from you. Sorry I won't be able to write a story myself because english is a foreign language for me. Translation to english doesn't function... or it reads like a foreign instruction for use :-)


September 24, 2017 10:27 pm  #14

Re: Fantasy Maker (M)

flatter wrote:

Do you suffer from your obsession?

Yes, I have suffered from obsession in the past, but not right now.  Hard to know what would happen if I got back into fic writing.  It could lead me back down the road to crying fetish obsession OR it could lead me to rediscovering my passion minus the previous levels of obsession.  Either way, it's definitely NOT the best use of my time unless it transfers over to my real life (i.e. makes me more passionate about living my real life).  I think I may try it for a bit to see which way it feels like it would go.

Edited to say... yes, the obsession can cause me to suffer, mostly with feelings of frustration.  But as of yet, no fic writing has ever caused the frustration to increase, only to decrease.  But I'm not frustrated right now... so that's why it's an unknown situation.  I am excited talking about fic writing, though.

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September 25, 2017 11:29 pm  #15

Re: Fantasy Maker (M)

Update... I attempted to write more of this story today as an experiment, but have decided it's a no-go for now.  Told myself I would limit myself to a half hour, but ended up spending 3 hours... typical me!  I enjoyed milking every little moment, of course, but that means I didn't get much further ahead with the plot and there's so much more I had in mind for this particular story.  For someone who has a good career or life routine going, maybe fic writing would be a nice little hobby on the side, but I don't have either, and I can already feel that writing this stuff is just going to derail my focus and pull me backwards.  I need to get my sh*t together if I want to find happiness in the real world.  Fics are a great outlet for when I'm feeling frustrated, though, as then I can more easily feel like I've done that experience (the one I write about... obviously in this story I was putting myself in Valerie's lucky shoes!!)

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September 29, 2017 4:40 pm  #16

Re: Fantasy Maker (M)

Writing can be quite time consuming! Sometimes it helps getting out on the other side a different person and sometimes it just drags you down. I can relate to your frustration.


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