“I’ll Do Anything For Love, But I Won’t Do That!”

With a heavy heart, I learned of the passing of Meatloaf, one of the giants of rock and roll. As a lover of cult and obscure SyFy movies, Foxy and I have attended many Rocky Horror Picture Show showings. While the moviegoers have gotten a little long in the tooth, attending a theatre event is something many “normal” people have never seen.

Years ago, we attended our first Rocky Horror with a fellow couple in the Lifestyle. For the uninitiated, you need a scorecard or Rocky fan to tell you what’s happening in the aisles. Brad and Janet are a naïve, newly married couple who stumble onto the castle of Doctor Frank N Furter, a.k.a. Tim Curry, who is having a party.

As the moviegoers danced in the aisle and did the Time Warp, we were surprised to find that the entire audience would scream “SLUT!” every time Janet would appear. And when Brad appeared, it was “ASSHOLE!”

“It’s just a jump to the left.”

Meatloaf played a biker who met his end at the hands of Dr. Frank N. Furter. While he didn’t have a big part, we all got to sing along with him in the movie. I’m sorry to see him leave us.

To a Rocky Horror movie, you bring a newspaper and water gun to cover yourself when it rains, a BIC lighter for “There’s a light,” and popcorn to throw at the screen.

My other favorite is Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail. That is British slapstick humor at its finest. I still wonder about the airspeed velocity of a swallow while carrying a coconut?

Being a Texas native, I love girls with big hair, and while my wife looks like an 80’s porn star most of the time, she’s never performed in a real movie except one where we were extras and made a dollar each for our performance. We were patrons in a New Orleans restaurant for the shot, and the only funny thing was when the movie photographer sent me pictures of some guy sucking my wife’s tits. There were some other shots of her with a walking cane, but those are not for publication!

I’m Larry Archer, and I write erotic stories for the huddled and yearning masses. Foxy and I are swingers in real life, and I write about the things we do and see. While the Lifestyle is not for everyone, it’s been fun for us. My smut is explicit and hardcore but with a somewhat plot. My porn stories are generally positive and fun as this reflects how enjoyable swinging has been to us. If you’re interested in checking out my stories, I publish at all the typical outlets.

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About LarryArcher

Larry Archer's the name, smut's my game. I am a writer of erotic literature that's generally always HEA (Happily Ever After), which typically involves no regrets sex. I write in a humorous style with a plot and suitable for reading with one hand. My stories are full of sexual situations that are often taken straight from our swinger lifestyle in Las Vegas. If you want to enjoy erotica, where every page is dripping with action, give me a try.
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4 Responses to “I’ll Do Anything For Love, But I Won’t Do That!”

  1. Oh, Larry! I am so sorry to hear this. I absolutely adore Meatloaf – his voice, his music, his simultaneous innocence and irony. Great lyricist.

    As for Rocky Horror, I attended some of the first showings, back in the mid-seventies, before the rituals got established. The movie had a major impact on my sexuality and my writing, I think, with its gender-bending and its sex-celebratory philosophy (“Don’t dream it, be it.”) I often listen t the soundtrack and can sing the whole thing from memory.

    RIP Meatloaf. Flying away like a bat out of hell.

    xxoo,
    Lisabet

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    • LarryArcher says:

      When we lived in the midwest, there was an old movie theatre that showed Rocky Horror every Saturday night at midnight and it was such a hoot. I especially enjoyed talking with the people who showed up in costume for the show. We were so innocent.

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  2. Mark K says:

    Yes, sad news. It seems we’ve lost quite a few notable people in the past month or two.

    Betty White, John Madden, Louis Anderson, Hardy Krüger, Yvette Mimieux, Bob Saget, Sidney Poitier, and Peter Bogdanovich, to name a few.

    The world is a lesser place for their passing.

    “Meatloaf, one of the giants of rock and roll.”

    Hmmmmmmm…. To which are you referring? His work or his size? 😉

    “I still wonder about the airspeed velocity of a swallow while carrying a coconut?”

    What do you mean? African or European?

    Actually, I think Life of Brian is their best movie. It’s the reason I use O_P_T for various on-line things. But that s a long story and not necessarily something for an open message board.

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    • LarryArcher says:

      Mark,

      “Giant” is probably somewhat of an exaggeration, but in his genre was pretty good. I liked Life of Brian myself but for some reason haven’t watched it that much. I need to dig it back up and cue it up.

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