Greetings from Detroit

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  1. sandwich

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    I am posting this here because this is mostly about my relationship. We hit the road early this morning, did some sight seeing, and now I am at the hotel while he is out buying wine. Tomorrow afternoon we will do some more sight seeing, and then tomorrow night is the main event. We have concert tickets to see Soundgarden.

    I always wanted to talk to y'all while I'm naked....mission accomplished. I've got the water filling the jacazzui, and I'm gonna have one hell of a time keeping my hands off myself before he gets back.

    Meanwhile, for those of you who live here, I must ask this...why can't you buy beer at a drug store? We stopped at CVS thinking we could get some beer and some other things, but there was no beer. So then we stopped at a gas station, and again there was no beer. Fine. We went to the gas station across the street, and still there was no beer. I asked the clerk, "so y'all don't sell beer at gas stations around here?". Apparently not. Okay. So we found a grocery store, and found some beer and decided to get some wine too, and about 75% of it was Moscado. What's up with that?

    By this time I had to pee, so he dropped me here and went out on a wine search. Now you should know this is all my fault because I was in charge of buying food and beverages for the trip, and I neglected to buy beer and wine, mostly because I don't drink that often. Mr. boyfriend, the wine connoisseur, likes his wine, and I really need to get on board with this.

    For those of you who live here, what the fuck is wrong with y'all. You drive like crazy people. And who in the hell designs the roads? Fucked up crazy roads are what they are.

    I just tasted myself.

    So what do y'all do with your SO in hotel rooms? I was told I have a surprise in store for me. Maybe it's a nastier flogger than the one I own. Whatever it is, the anticipation is making me pretty horny.

    I don't know what I am gonna wear tomorrow. I lost weight I didn't need to lose after my grandma died, and my pants were falling off my ass all day and dragging my panties down with them. Maybe I will buy some impossibly short skirt if they have those in Detroit...can't find anything else we wanted so I am not getting my hopes up.

    Well the water is getting close to the top so I will have to leave y'all to go turn it off....will probably stare at my tits in the mirror before I get in...love looking at them.

    One last thing...I'm not talking about my sex life yet cuz I haven't told him about this place, but that does not prevent me from saying what I am going to do. I'm taking him down tonight, and I mean waaayyyy down.
     
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    Wow...sounds like super fun!!! enjoy yourself, and keep us posted.. hahaha. do tell!!!!
     
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    Your comment about the fucked up roads and driving like crazy people made me laugh. What state are you from?

    I'm originally from Illinois/Wisconsin and we moved to texas. The roads were wonderful up north and they suck major ass out here. None of the roads are straight and you have to go in a fucking circle to get anywhere. Plus crazy ass fucking drivers down here. It's like they all got their licenses out of a cracker jack box.

    The last time my husband and I were in a hotel room we fucked on the chair that was in there. Just one of those wood straight back chairs that you would put at the kitchen table. It's awesome riding him on one of those because he gets in really deep and I don't have to put any pressure on my knees or legs.
     
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    Id say shes a southern belle. Not Raleigh cause the folks here cant drive either.
     
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    We've found, after traveling coast to coast, north to south, every state has differing alcohol laws. Some states have separate stores for alcohol, here, you can buy it anywhere, there are still dry counties in AR and TN and throughout the south. Some have 3.2 beer others have real beer, some you can buy beer and wine in grocery stores and have separate stores for hard stuff. None of it makes much sense. As far as driving, Detroit is one of the worst, along with Boston and NY. Atlanta isn't too bad until you get a couple of drops of rain, than it's a crash course. Orlando has to be the worst of all....damn foreigners. St Louis isn't bad, just rather aggressive and fast while Kansas City is slow as hell.

    Detroit is just a pit. Dirty, run down, just nasty. I have a friend that works there and other friends in Jackson. Detroit, Flint, Pontiac, should be avoided at all costs. The middle and western part of the state are pretty nice.. a little flat, but nice.
     
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    "For those of you who live here, what the fuck is wrong with y'all. You drive like crazy people. And who in the hell designs the roads? Fucked up crazy roads are what they are"

    Yes, we are crazy drivers.... but the roads? Not so crazy. Plus, it's Detroit, there should be a liqour store on every corner.... no, they don't sell beer and alcohal in gas stations, i kinda think that's dangerour (Drunk driving and everything, ya know). I do believe, however, that CVS and Walgreens and Rite Aid have Beer and Wine Licenses, I've seen it there before. Odd that they didn't have any when you went, but its usually a small selection anyway.

    btw, was someone a little tipsy? You ramble the way that I do when I'm in my cups :)
     
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    I think Moscado is the latest craze. They frequently gave it on sale at Jewel where I shop. To me it is more like a soda pop than wine.
     
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    LOL @ The driving comment.... You could always chose to walk, probably never be found again depending where in Detroit you are ;)

    Most places in Detroit sell alcohol, not so much gas stations though. Enjoy your stay in the D.
     
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    I dunno where you're staying, CVS and gas stations have beer. Maybe if you're actually staying in downtown Detroit, it's not the laws, it's the cost of insurance. Police response time isn't the greatest. What are you doing, staying at one of the casinos or something? Greektown? You're here at the end of the auto show, lots of people use the Greektown parking garage because it's free then take the people mover to Cobo Hall.

    And for the record, Boston is way more fucked up. One ways all over, and their freeway ramps are tight turns with inadequate merge ramp lengths.
     
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    Hey...serious request here. We are just getting ready to keave and there is an ice storm and we have a lot of miles to cover. So if you are a praying petson we could use your prayers. Thanks.
     
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    Praying for a safe drive home and hopefully a good story when you get back! :D
     
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    Sorry, atheist, nothing or no one to pray too. Take it slow and don't overreact. We get ice all of the time. 4x or AWD helps but no guarantee. Drive smooth, go easy on the brakes, and maintain speed.
     
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    I don't pray at all and don't follow a faith. But I'm one of those "oh god please help" lol not the very spiritual type. Wanted to have good hopes for a safe return for her.
     
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    Oh I hope for her safe return, but it takes some skill and sense...on her and others on the road. I never worry about what I'm doing on the road, its the other idiots.
     
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    That's a fun post Sandwich...Thanx for sharing! Heh! makes me squirm when gals announce they have to pee...but that is a good thing! i hope you have a GREAT Vacation!...:):):)
     
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    be careful us michigan drives are even crazier in the snow. i avoid the expressways when it snows, but being a visitor you won't know the back roads :( Good luck and keep your eyes open for the dbags in the 4wheel drive who think they can fly at 80mph down the highway
     
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    I would love to answer your question, but I try to keep myself completely anonymous, and that involves keeping my state a secret.

    I was laughing when writing about the fucked up roads and crazy drivers, so I'm glad you got a giggle out of it too. We found the roads to be just weird in that instead of potholes there would be the opposite...kind of like mini humps all over the place. Some of the intersections and turn lanes were odd in a way I could not describe. Then there was all this going in circles to get on the freeway and access roads where you would not expect them. Those are just a few examples. Even the GPS was confused.

    The drivers were crazy fast and would turn from lanes they weren't supposed to and pass when it would have been illegal to do so. Backcheck mentioned Boston. Yes, Boston, in my opinion, has the worst drivers I have encountered.

    The people of Detroit were so friendly, and the concert was amazing. Soundgarden history was made that night, since it was the first time they ever performed this song live (from the 1996 album, Down in the Upside)....

    Soundgarden Tighter and Tighter @Fillmore Detroit 2013 - YouTube

    We visited the Detroit Institute of Arts, which has one of the most extensive collections of European art in the US. We went skating in the downtown area on this little outdoor rink (my bf on skates was pretty funny), and we also checked out the Heidelberg Project, which is a outdoor exhibit where homes and yards in a run down neighborhood have been turned into art. My bf took pics, so if I get a chance I will share some.

    This was actually our second trip to the Detroit area, but before we didn't have the crazy road/drivers thing so much because the first time we drove straight to the venue (Royal Oak Music Theatre) which, unlike Sunday's concert (at the Fillmore), was in a suburb, and then we drove straight home.

    I had not been drinking when I typed my original post, by the way. If I ramble well then that's just me being me. I never drink at home unless I have people over, and since college, only very rarely have I had more than two drinks in an evening (it's usually just one). You will only ever see me drink beer in three places...at a concert, at a ball game or at the beach. I could easily never drink again and not miss it. I can speak in public, sing, hop on a table and many other things without a drop of alcohol.

    I am not from the south. My habit of saying "y'all" has to do with spending most summer vacations in the Carolinas when I was a kid. I picked it up when I was down there with my parents and brothers and have been saying it ever since. Even as an adult I try to get down there whenever I can.

    We did have a lot of fun in the hotel room, but I can only tell you about that after I tell my bf about this forum. We're going to be together for a long long time, and I need to see how this very important person in my life feels about my sharing details. My continued delay in telling him makes me think I am going to have to give myself a deadline....so maybe by Sunday? Either way, I don't feel the need to even talk about sex so much since we started doing it.

    Thanks to all who wished us well on our way home through the ice storm! The whole thing turned to rain much earlier than what was forecasted, so it ended up being tamer than expected.
     
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