Call me Princess?

Call me Princess?

I can honestly say I have never been the kind of woman a man could call babe, sexy , sugar and the list goes on.

Anyone who knows me will know I’m one of those women who feels incredibly awkward if some strange dude suddenly calls me “hey babe” Or “Hey sexy” or any of those kind of phrases.

It’s not even because I find it irritating as a women to be referred to in that manner, but more so the familiarity of it before I am familiar. Get what I mean?

Hence on rl dating sites I’m a perfect nightmare. No matter how much of my ideal heartthrob you are, that my knees may jitter and my nether regions become like moving putty, call me babe, sexy or anything like that I turn into ice and you’re gone.

So years later I’m still on dating sites and not finding that unfamiliar person. I probably never will because society today is so transient in how relationships are formed.

You see I’m not the sort of person who easily feels all warm and fuzzy if I’m told I’m beautiful, sexy, etc. I look in my own mirror each day and I see me for who I am and my assets that are not related to physical appearance. I know my flaws like a toad map, I know my bad habits etc.

The person who eventually ( or maybe never) gets me is the one who actually is honest enough to see all my flaws, tells me they see them but still wants me because they see all my other good parts of my person. That person can call me Liz.

Or maybe one day Princess.


Oksho Gown from WILD at the Designer Showcase

Nala Hair from Knox

Gitte eyebrows from A R T E

Reflectice eyes  from Amara Beauty

Sweet gloss  Lipstick from A R T E

Tropical  eyeshadow from A R T E

Catya bento head from CATWA

Angel shape for the Catya head LizBitz

Lara mesh body Maitreya

Nora BOM skin from  Amara Beauty

Paris pose from Lyrium

Shot on location at StoreyBrooke Gardens



There no such thing as being too raunchy when you dance BURLESQUE!


Music Credits:-

Featuring Miss Dakota Burlesque Dances from Paragon Dance Animations at the UBER Event

Product Description
Classy and Sensual. Burlesque diva Miss Dakota brings the all the elements from the classic “Art of Tease” to SL, such as struts, shakes and shimmies, bumps and grinds.
About Dakota Ferreiro aka Miss Dakota
Dakota Ferreiro is an icon in the Burlesque scene, an innovator who after twenty years as a professional dancer, now uses this old art form of Burlesque to not only entertain, but to inspire and empower. Some of Dakota’s accomplishments are as follows:
– Producer/Creative Director/Choreographer – Ran Can Can Cabaret & Burlesque, Puerto Rico
– Headlined burlesque dancer at the world famous Forty Deuces Las Vegas and Hollywood
– Performed with legendary artists Josh Groban, Enrique Iglesias, Prince, George Michaels, Maroon 5, Marco Antonio Solis, Tego Calderon.
– Appeared as an actor/dancer in ‘Collateral’ starring Tom Cruise, “Bad Boys II” starring Will Smith and VH-1 Rock of Love 2 as a celebrity guest.
– Performed on Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Oprah, and Late Night with Carson Daly
– Headlined at Victoria Secrets launch in Poland, M.A.C Cosmetics Spring Launch, House of Campari with W Magazine, FUJI Rock in Kyoto Japan, Vogue Magazine Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Gala

Clothes Credits:-

Scarlett top from Giz Seorn

Frilly hotpants from Giz Seorn

Reflectice eyes  from Amara Beauty

Gloss Lipstick from A R T E

Glam on eyeshadow from A R T E

Catya bento head from CATWA

Angel shape for the Catya head LizBitz

Lara mesh body Maitreya

Nora BOM skin from  Amara Beauty

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