SinfulSunday: Moist

Because sometimes lustful thoughts makes things … moist


This was inspired by a work conversation where a colleague stated the word “moist” made them feel physically sick. I can’t quite see why, myself.

But what words or phrases sends shivers down your spine?

Personally, I think “ITV Football” should be worthy of any list!

And a massive thank you for including me on the round-up from last week; an unexpected honour 😉 

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  1. I think that word is damn fantastic. M and I have had an in joke about it since watching the movie ‘The Imposters’ a few years ago. There’s a great line delivered by a male actor in the movie: “I too am (long pause) moist.” Effing brilliant. Jane xxx Oh, and you are definitely … moist. :-)
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  2. excellent photo love how you got the string of goo between your finger and your willie

  3. I’m with Molly – LOVE juicy :) Okay this is a weird one…But I hate “ax” (when someone means to say “ask” as in “let me ask you a question.” Cash always laughs how I makes my skin crawl when people say that! So I won’t judge too harshly the person who hates “moist.” We all have our weirdness I guess! :-p
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  4. “But what words or phrases sends shivers down your spine?”

    In the good way? Or the bad way? TELL ME I NEED TO KNOW!!?! :)

    As for shivers (in the good way), “Yes Ma’am,” and “Please let me taste you” are pretty high up there on the list. 😉
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  5. Ooo, I like this photo! I used to despise a lot of words, but somehow grown to love them. ‘Arse’ was one I couldn’t even get my fingers to type…

  6. This is a brilliant picture and really shows what a wonderful word moist is. Words that jar with me tend to be because they are wrong for the context. I will have to think which ones I really avoid though.
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  7. I absolutely love the word moist, and you give a good portrayal of it in this brilliant photo.

    As for words sending bad shivers down my spine? “Down there”, yep, definitely!

    Rebel xox
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  8. Always disliked this word, unless we’re talking about cake. I do like a good moist cake. With buttercream. The photo is beautiful, especially with the dark curls.

    Åsa x
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  9. I think it is all in the context of the use of the word to how it affects me. You do a wonderful job of showing how spectacular moist can be.

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  10. hahahaa hmmm I have always not liked the word tits for some reason LOL it just sounds like crude idk I don’t even like saying it I usually say breasts. I don’t get offended or anything it’s just one of those words I don’t like, However, the word cunt doesn’t bother me at all LOLOL! Great photo btw! Delightful.

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