I write filth & crud. Adult stories and dirty poems. I hope you enjoy.


41 comments on “About

  1. drhumpp says:

    I got a good chuckle poking around your place. Looking forward to your updates!

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  2. I write filthy shit meant to be read on your e-reader on the subway as you head to work.

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  3. Thanks for the visit and like of The Virgins. Interesting posts you got here, matey.

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  4. filthydee123 says:

    Thanks for stopping by Karina. I love The Virgins story. Good humor for sure.

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  5. Jeffrey S. Callico says:

    Hey I’m loving your filthy fucking posts…looking forward to more! Fuck yes.

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  6. HI

    Thank you so much for finding my blog and liking post, hope you come back again soon

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  7. Who/what are some of your literary influences, or favorite authors? You’ve definitely got some well-crafted delivery going on.

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    • filthydee123 says:

      Thanks a lot for the compliment;) I really appreciate it. The dune series is the shit & stephen baxter’s xelee sequence blew my mind to smithereens. I always liked hemingway’s straightforward style so i spose that could be an influence. Now I usually only read when I want to learn how to do something and self help type stuff.

      how about you? influences? any must reads on your list?


      • Well, you’ve mentioned two. I finally tackled Dune last summer and it was a real game changer. One of the best stories ever…easily. And I consider Hemingway my favorite author in English lit. His short, chopped simplicity is my philosophy and his thoughts on ‘iceberg’ theory make more sense to me the more I write. And like you, the self-help stuff helps. I’m no Stephen King junkie, but ‘On Writing’ is damn good reading. Other fav’s…Steinbeck and Tolstoy.

        Maybe that’s why I like your style.

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  8. What ‘filthy shit’ should I be reading? I have to print stuff out in order to read it laying down (low back) and at multiple doctor’s appts (the fallout side effects from 25 years of psych meds) Allison
    by the way thanks for the like and could you tell me how this email ended up in your reader? I usually get less than four views a day (I have way more followers on Tumblr) and wonder what tags drew my material in to you. Any tips?
    The article that you liked had appeared in a mental health publication down here in South Florida

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    • filthydee123 says:

      irritablepoet, maybe that’s why i like your style too;) don’t recall the iceberg theory gotta look it up for sure. I downloaded the ‘on writing’ book at one point but never got around to reading it. I’ll put it on the list. I’m not a junkie for king either but the style he wrote the 1st gunslinger in was straight poetry, fucking beautiful. I loved grapes of wrath, haven’t read any other steinbeck.

      never read tolstoy, so, If someone had to read just one tolstoy book, what should it be?


      • Iceberg theory was just Hemingway’s way of not focusing on theme or any deep meaning in the story, because they were implied in the characters themselves. He assumed readers were intelligent enough to pick up on things. Here’s an example:


        Bob and George sat in the Wounded Veterans ward of the VA arguing about who banged the most German hookers the time they parachuted into Dusseldorf .
        “Yeah, well I got crabs twice!” Bob shouted.
        “So!” George said. “I got crabs AND anal warts!”


        “Yeah?” Bob shouted, butting George with his 82nd Airborne cap since he had no hand, “That Hunwhore gave me the crabs twice!”
        “So!” George poked him with his wooden peg-leg. “I got crabs AND anal warts!”

        See? The first example uses narrative to describe the scene. The second example just gets straight to it and lets the reader’s mind fill in the blanks. Hemingway believed actions and words should tell the story. The dude was a damn genius.

        As far as Tolstoy, his masterpieces were Anna Karenina and War & Peace. I haven’t read War and Peace, but Anna Karenina is one of my favorite books, which says a lot considering what I read and write. They’re some massive works and are an investment of time and focus…and remember that 19th Century Russian lit. isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. But it’s just a rich, rich story that encompasses just about everything literature should have. After I read it, it just made any other present day literature feel like an elementary assignment…therefore, more fun.

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  9. filthydee123 says:

    I dig the theory. Thanks for the examples and breaking it down.
    I’m sold on the tolstoy, the quote alone on your blog is enough to make me want to check anna karenina out. good shit.


  10. charlypriest says:

    filthy…. thatΒ΄s cool with me

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  11. 2ndhalfolife says:

    Thanks for the visit!!

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  12. At times I write disgusting stuff and honestly lost friends I had for months with ADULT THEMES AND GRAPHIC in the title. Your stuff is just fun and I do fun, suggestive, story boarding, erotica full and non besides other things. I look forward to reading you.:)

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  13. Hey bud, you got an email?

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  14. Rebecca says:

    Best ‘About’ I have ever read!


  15. Red says:

    I think I’m kind of addicted to your stories…I can’t seem to stop reading them. I don’t know if it’s a good thing or a bad thing.

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