Anyway, first of all I'd like to say hello on the occasion of this, my inaugural post at Hitting The Hot Spot. I hope it will be the first of many, and I look forward to getting to know all you fabulous TEBsters a bit better over the course of time.
First of all, I will confess that I am usually quite rubbish at thinking of topics upon which to blog. Most things, I find, have been better said by cleverer people at one time or other, so I feel a bit daft saying the same stuff but in a more garbled form. Therefore I decided on the idea of series of posts, all following a theme that is utterly personal.
And what is more personal that your ideal romantic/erotic hero? When it comes to something so subjective, no one person is more qualified to comment than another.
Every thirteenth of the month, then, I will focus on a different aspect of a hero's make-up (not literal make-up, although I am partial to a man in eyeliner) - from the purely physical, through the sartorial, to the psychological and spiritual angles of Mr Perfect. No, not Mr Perfect. Perfect is not right - to paraphrase the wonderful Grace Jones, my hero must be 'not perfect, but perfect for me'.
My hope is that, by the time I complete these meditations, I will have arrived at a sort of rough identikit of my dream lover. Though hopefully not as rough as this identikit:
(Credit to Hampshire Constabulary for the infamous 'lettuce head' suspect photo.)
This brings me nicely to next month's topic - hair! How much should a hero have? Should he have any? Should he have it on his face? Tune in next time - and thanks for reading.