Friday, January 29, 2010

Magic coffee power

Posted By on Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 2:53 PM


Coffee is supposed to wake you up.

Now there's a new java drink that can steam up your sex life. It's called Magic Power Coffee.

The company's website says that this is a love potion that works.

Magic Power Coffee is the world’s first “aphrodisiac coffee”. Increase the sensation and the satisfaction of your love making, every time. All Natural - Magical Ingredients:

Magic Power Coffee's combination of natural herbs, vitamins and minerals has been shown to improve overall sexual experience. Our ingredients are combined using the highest quality standards. Through rigorous research and analysis we have created a safe and effective product. The magical ingredients in our proprietary formula include: Horny Goat Weed, Goji Berry & American Ginseng.

So, can a cup of coffee spice up your evening activities?

Well, it's a little hard to tell. I had a cup last night before visiting with the boy toy. Every time I see him, I get hot and horny. The sex did last longer and he asked me if I was trying to kill him.

The taste of the coffee is all right. If you're into instant coffee, you will love it. I prefer brewed java. What's great about this stuff is that even though you know there is more than just instant coffee in it, you don't taste it--unlike herbal tea.

It's worth a try. This weekend, I plan to let him in on the secret and try the sex again.


Today's Top(less) 5: Friday

Posted By on Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 6:30 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, January 29, 2010 — as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.


• Leather and Lace at The Estate

• Queen City Dance Out at Whisky River

• Club Insomnia at The Gold Club

• Jello Wrestling at Leather and Lace SouthEnd

• Jake Owen at Coyote Joe's


Thursday, January 28, 2010

Sex Q&A: Cheryl Mayfield Brown of Twice is Nice

Posted By on Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 11:49 AM


Remember your first wedding and how you focused so much on every detail of the ceremony that you forgot about the marriage? So, you and the first husband are over. Time has passed, and you're ready to get married again, but this time you're going to do it your way; despite the fact that some wedding planners still want to put you in a princess gown with a tiara as if you're 12.

You need to meet Cheryl Mayfield Brown, the owner of Twice is Nice bridal consulting and author of the book Cook'n To Keep Him. Mayfield Brown talks to Creative Loafing about love the second time around.

Creative Loafing: Tell us about Twice is Nice.

Cheryl Mayfield Brown: We are wedding planners for second or third marriages. With the first-time marriage, you are concerned with the actual wedding. Whereas when it is an encore marriage, if you will, you have a different set of issues. You're probably trying to combine families, you're trying to combine incomes and you may be dealing with situations where there are aging parents. Your situation is a little different. So, when clients come to us, there are things that need to be handled before you plan the wedding. People are more concerned with the union rather than just a celebration of one day.

You also wrote a book, Cook'n To Keep Him, where you give tips about how to keep the passion in the marriage going. Do you share things like this with the encore brides?

Yes. That's where the idea for the book came from. They wanted to know my secrets for keeping passion in a relationship. It's not a good stigma to have when you have been in failed relationships — especially marriages. When you find that you are going into your third marriage, you're going to try and do something different. If you stick with the basics, you will be OK. The basics are, men are very visual. When they met you, you were all dolled up and when you become complacent and you don't put on that red lipstick and you don't send him a sexy text message or a naughty gram, via the e-mail, there are women out here who don't mind taking your place. You have to keep things exciting for them at all times, I think.

So, do you think it's the complacency that kills a lot of relationships?

Of course it is. You know, I've said this time and time again. And with what's going on with the economy. Say for instance that your husband has lost his job. It is very hard for you to be sexy for someone when you have all of the responsibility on your shoulders. It's very difficult, but if you're going to make it, you have to do.

What do you tell someone in the situation to keep the fires burning at home? Even when she's working longer hours and doing more?

You just have to make it work. If you are serious about your wedding vows, you have to make it work. I think when some people take the vows, they don't listen to them. When they repeat them, they are just words without meaning — and it says for better or for worse, and it's not going the be good times all the time. The longer you're here on this earth, things are going to happen. And you have to be prepared.

Planning your own second (or third) wedding?

Call Twice is Nice at (704) 509-0702.

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Today's Top(less) 5: Thursday

Posted By on Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 6:30 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, January 28, 2010 — as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.


Whisky River goes Canadian

• College Night at BarCharlotte

• Say Sumtin Baby at Situations

• Kick Ass Lunch at The Men's Club

• Champagne Thursday at Club Onyx

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The Men's Club gives back

Posted By on Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 11:42 AM


One of Charlotte's most renowned strip clubs is giving to charity. And we're not talking free lapdances, but cold hard cash.

The Men's Club raised $3,000 for the Humane Society of Charlotte.

Brad Fuller, General Manager, Jools Howell, Marketing Director, Nicole Castanas, Waitress and Dina Castanas, Makeup Artist, used their creative ideas for fundraising events.

Their ideas consisted of games at The Dog House, a popular pregame hangout near the Bank of America Stadium, which allowed Carolina Panther Fans to participate at all home games. Kelly Adams, with Pole Dance Charlotte, readily assisted with a special Cat?s Meow Review event that was held at the club, We ended the year with a Doggie Fashion Show which debuted during The Men?s Club?s Staff Christmas Party. Brad Fuller said ?The staff of the Men?s Club and I are committed and willing to give our time, in an effort to help the Humane Society with their efforts to provide animals with food, shelter and necessary medical attention?. Fuller stated ?If I had my way, The Men?s Club would be helping a lot more local charities?. He also went on to say that ?I am extremely pleased with the results and the overwhelming public response?.

On January 14, 2010, Brad Fuller and his staff presented almost $3,000.00 to Cary Bernstein, Board of Directors Chair and Donna Canzano, Director of Development with the Humane Society of Charlotte.

The Men?s Club of Charlotte is looking forward to assisting the Humane Society in various fundraising events throughout 2010.

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Today's Top(less) 5: Wednesday

Posted By on Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 6:30 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, January 27, 2010 — as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.


• Le Bang at Dharma Lounge

• Nights of Artistic Mix at Apostrophe

• Ladies' Night Line Dancing at Coyote Joe's

• No Cover at Club Onyx

• Wet Wednesday at Leather and Lace South End


Tuesday, January 26, 2010

John Edwards should be called 'Big John?'

Posted By on Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 1:31 PM


More "news" of John Edwards and Rielle Hunter's sex tape has been circulating on the Internet. The headline that grabbed my attention is the fact that the former senator has been called well endowed in the area between his thighs.

Now, I want to see it. Yeah, I said it. First of all, I'm not even shocked by the fact the Edwards has a sex tape. When you're fucking a videographer, those things happen. His political career is over so if he's got a Tommy Lee-sized penis, then let the world see it.

No one should be surprised that Edwards has a big dick. Men with big dicks are always smiling. Edwards is never without a smile. Men with big dicks do things like confess to being the baby's daddy then hop on a plane to Haiti.

What's troubling about the Edwards/Hunter affair is that so many people got involved in the cover up and then about a year or so into it they found some morals. WTF? It's either morals or the size of Edwards' dick that made them go rogue, so to speak.

  • John Edwards and Rielle Hunter made a sex tape that contains "several sex acts."
  • Andrew Young, his aide and former fall guy, found it on an unmarked DVD at Rielle Hunter's house.
  • And so the seeds of Andrew Young's disillusionment with John Edwards were planted.
  • The sex tape is very explicit, ...
  • Revealing an Edwards that "is physically very striking, in a certain area." And that...
  • "Everyone who sees it says 'whoa'. She's behind the camera at first."
  • Gawker sources add: "It [the tape] was kind of the last straw for people who had sacrificed savings and jobs to lie for John. You should expect to see plenty more stories about him coming out of the woodwork when more people realize how... complicated... his motivations were.

Somebody is just jealous that they don't have a big dick like John Edwards. But can someone please leak this video?!

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Today's Top(less) 5: Tuesday

Posted By on Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 6:30 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, January 26, 2010 — as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.


• Open Jam at Smokey Joe's Cafe

• $2 Tuesday at Club Onyx

Whisky River Bar Pong

• Power Yoga at Dharma Lounge

• Two for Tuesday at The Crazy Horse Show Club


Monday, January 25, 2010

Stop cheating

Posted By on Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 1:02 PM

A few years back, there was this "stop snitching" campaign going on. What it amounted to was people didn't help the police when a crime took place. Even some rapper went on 60 Minutes and made an ass of himself by saying he wouldn't turn in a murderer who lived next door.

Crude as it was, the campaign worked. Well it's time for another one. Let's call it STOP CHEATING.

Charles Phillips

Need reasons to stop?

  1. The baby that you deny is yours and someone is going to tell it — John Edwards.
  2. Your mistress will post evidence of your eight-year affair online and pay an ass-load of money to put up billboards of your affair in New York — Charles Phillips.
  3. If you are a billionaire and you sleep with women who make around $20,000 a year, they will sell their story to the media — Tiger Woods.

So, let's make some "Stop Cheating" T-shirts. Let's take wedding vows seriously. And let's (because cheating will continue) cheat with people who have just as much to lose as you do.

Do you think Oprah would cheat with a waiter? Or allow someone to take pictures of her and her lover? If need be, make your mistress (and men can be a mistress too) sign a release.  Better yet, just pay for it--in Nevada where it is legal. The prostitutes never talk over there.

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Today's Top(less) 5: Monday

Posted By on Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 6:30 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, January 25, 2010 — as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.


• Bark at The Moon night at The Crazy Horse Show Club

• Steak and Shrimp at The Men's Club

• $5 Table Dances at Club Onyx

• SIN Monday at Dixie's Tavern

• Maki Monday at Cosmo's Cafe

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