Access to my neighbors home, What should I do?
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 03:51 PM
Any way, the purpose of this post is to get some ideas from all the other deviants out there. Give me some ideas of how to enjoy the access to this girl’s home. I'll get your ideas (hopefully) but will add to this like a blog.
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 04:51 PM
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 04:59 PM
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:00 PM
I then went to the bedroom and found her pajamas on the bed. I opened the bottoms to get to the crotch area. I smelled but did not find anything.
I looked in her panty drawer and of course found loads of them, clean though. I cannot find her laundry hamper and I think she puts dirty clothes in the washer. I have had a lot of luck with the washer. I found two pair in there today, thongs, not too dirty but they had a strong smell. Amazingly I did not jackoff today. I’m biding my time and getting more trust.
More to cum!
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:02 PM
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:06 PM
Ghost, how is it illegal? She gave me a key and invited me to go into her home when she was not there. Most of our communications are e-mails of which I keep. My wife is aware I am going over to do “jobs”. While I agree it is a bad trust issue, but not a legal issue.
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:09 PM
By the way, I love how so many people think they are so smart to think that law enforcement will monitor a forum in which 90% of the posts are lies, look up an IP address, get a court order to see who it belongs too, just to stop a guy from sniffing a girls panties after she invited him in her home. Amazing
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:15 PM
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:17 PM
Talk about an invasion of privacy.*rolls eyes*
Now that you mention it, I believe she did say something about her dirty panties…. What was it?, Oh yes, as payment for the jobs you are doing you can go ahead and smell all my panties. And, if the mood strikes you, use them as motivation to achieve orgasm. Yes, that’s what she said. Now I remember, it must have slipped my mind.
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:19 PM
Wow! This has really kicked off some discussion. You know I would really be curious to know what statutes I'm violating. Back up the comment.
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:27 PM
If you want to smell a womans dirty panties...smell your WIFES!!
I love my wife dearly however; it’s always exciting to have the forbidden fruit (panties)
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:29 PM
#1 they snoop
#2 I don't want them looking at bank statements etc
#3 They do not need to see our huge collection of crazy sex toys and lingerie
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:32 PM
Mistarhc. Thats is the best Idea
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:42 PM
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 05:43 PM
Man, I am trying and I cannot find anything. I'm not giving up yet though.
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 06:22 PM
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 06:26 PM
unreasonable intrusion upon the seclusion of another, for example, physical invasion of a person's home (e.g., unwanted entry, looking into windows with binoculars or camera, tapping telephone), searching wallet or purse, repeated and persistent telephone calls, obtaining financial data (e.g., bank balance) without person's consent, etc.
appropriation of a person's name or likeness; successful assertions of this right commonly involve defendant's use of a person's name or likeness on a product label or in advertising a product or service. A similar concept is the "right of publicity" in Restatement (Third) Unfair Competition §§46-47 (1995). The distinction is that privacy protects against "injury to personal feelings", while the right of publicity protects against unauthorized commercial exploitation of a person's name or face. As a practical matter, celebrities generally sue under the right of publicity, while ordinary citizens sue under privacy.
publication of private facts, for example, income tax data, sexual relations, personal letters, family quarrels, medical treatment, photographs of person in his/her home.
publication that places a person in a false light, which is similar to defamation. A successful defamation action requires that the information be false. In a privacy action the information is generally true, but the information created a false impression about the plaintiff.
Only the second of these four rights is widely accepted in the USA. In addition to these four pure privacy torts, a victim might recover under other torts, such as intentional infliction of emotional distress, assault, or trespass.
Unreasonable intrusion upon seclusion only applies to secret or surreptitious invasions of privacy. An open and notorious invasion of privacy would be public, not private, and the victim could then chose not to reveal private or confidential information. For example, recording of telephone conversations is not wrong if both participants are notified before speaking that the conversation is, or may be, recorded. There certainly are offensive events in public, but these are properly classified as assaults, not invasions of privacy.