What is Evolution?

“We began as a mineral.
We emerged into plant life, and into the animal state, and then into being human, and always we have forgotten our former states, except in early spring when we slightly recall being green again.
That’s how a young person turns towards a teacher.
That’s how a baby leans toward the breast, without knowing the secret of its desire, yet turning instinctively.
Humankind is being led along an evolving course, through the migration of intelligences, and though we seem to be sleeping, there is an inner wakefulness that directs the dream, and that will eventually startle us back to the truth of who we are.”
— The Story of Evolution
Rumi, 13th Century


The “PumPum” Playlist: Disc ONE Track One – Let’s Get it On – Marvin Gaye

This song is synonymous with doing the ‘ole nasty’. It is an instant mood setter and draas dropper.

You simply CANNOT have a “PumPum” Playlist without this song right here. It’s like a fine wine; it only gets better with age.

Once you start playing this song, there is no doubt as to your intentions. Yet it’s subtle. It’s not like a man going up to a woman and saying “Eh, gyal mi want yuh bady bad!”

But instigating sex can be difficult at times. Sometimes you just reach a crossroads where you’re 90% sure you’re going to get some but one wrong move or comment could collapse the entire house of cards.

Picture this:

You’ve been seeing someone for a couple weeks now… you really want to make a move but you don’t want to risk coming off as too anxious. The sexual tension is like a chastity belt, pressing against your private areas yet offering no release. You’re both sitting in the car, the date is over but neither of you want to move, yet no one wants to make the first move. You switch on the radio. Lucky for you, your “PumPum” playlist is in rotation and the first track starts. Just hearing the intro makes you feel warm inside. Then you hear:

“I’ve been really tryyyyyyyin baaaaby….tryin to hold back this feeling for so long.”

You try to play is off like something didn’t just react in your pants. You adjust yourself in your seat, look up and lick your lips, instinctively. Then as if reading your mind the song says:

“And if you feel, like I feel baby….come on.”

Then on impulse you both start singing “Let’s get it on.” You both chuckle because now you both know what’s on each other’s mind. The tension goes down a little bit as you both start to relax.

Now one of many things may happen.

Ladies, your guy may decide to start serenading you. If this happens, please try not to laugh at him, no matter how bad he is. Go with the flow. Let him take your hand. If you’re both standing when the song is playing, dance with him a little. Pull close to him and let your bodies sway to the music. This is where he starts whispering the words in your ears. If he actually knows the words AND gives you a little twirl, EXTRA POINTS for him. He is well on his way to the next base.

Men, please take heed of your woman’s reaction to the song. If she snickers, moves away from your and mutters “aaaw helllll naaaw” while turning down the volume, this MIGHT JUST be your cue to turn on Zip or Fame, end the night politely and take your sorry ass home.

However I am assuming the fact that she’s still in the car and not halfway up her walkway that she is interested, if even remotely.

In that case, her reaction will either be to start singing along, as aforementioned or start humming and fanning herself (the fanning indicates an increase in body temperature, this is a good thing). This is your cue now to start the serenading (only if you know the song). If you cannot sing, try just saying the words to the music, no harmonizing. Try not to make it too serious though. You’re not exactly going to get the pums right after track one so give her some time to warm up to you. She’s already in the mood but you need to work for it. It’s not just going to fall out of her clothes (or maybe it will….I really don’t know these days).

Now imagine another scenario; the song that played at that exact moment was let’s say, “Haffi get di pussy but mi naah rape.” Not exactly what she had in mind and if she hadn’t decided to give it to you yet, while she’d be grateful that your probably not going to take it by force, the tune has already killed the mood and she’s ready to go home, take a cold shower and if that doesn’t work, make a booty call.

You see, the first song is probably the most important song on the PumPum Playlist. You’re going to want something subtle, yet seductive; nothing that involves the actual having of sex just yet. That comes later on down on the playlist. Once the draas are sufficiently soaked, THEN you take them off. That’s the desired sequence.

Stay Tuned for Track Two. Here’s a hint: (8)I wanna read your mind, know your deepest feelings…(8)

Until Tomorrow



  1. Ok my pic for disc one is R.Kelly (8) I don't see nothing wrong with a little bump and grine(8). This should be closer to the end of disc one though. But thats my pic

  2. Celeste: We are two of a kind. I was actually planning on dedicating a post to the entire 12 Play album...Probably as a transition to "Freaky Shit" Disc Two because that album just means sex. And everyone knows that Robert loves to get his freak on.

    Stay tuned for track 2.

    Much Luv


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