Sinful Sunday Week 49

It's all about the image

Sinful Sunday Week 49

18th March 2012

Welcome to week 48 of Sinful Sunday.

If you missed out on last weeks then I am glad you are here now and if you would like to see what my top 3 pics of the week were then you can do so HERE

Sinful Sunday is all about the image. If you are here for the first time make sure you read up about the rules then grab the code from the side bar, add to your post and then leave the link to your post (not the url of you main site) in the list below. If you have any problems or questions then you can always email me at [email protected] If you are on Twitter please do spread the word about #sinfulsunday but including the hashtag in your tweets and don’t forget to also tell your blogging friends about it as well. The more people who join in, the more successful the meme becomes for all those that take part.

*Competition Alert*

The next Sinful Sunday competition will be on Easter Sunday (8th April) 2012 and the the prompt is…

Easter Perversion.

More information about the amazing prizes coming soon.

One last thing before you go I can’t urge you enough to please comment on people’s work, no matter whether you are a fellow blogger or a consumer of their work I can assure you that all the people who leave their links on this page want to hear what you have to say.




Molly Moore – Author, Blogger, Photographer, Speaker and Director of Operations at Find me in my corner of the internet at Molly's Daily Kiss and on Twitter @mollysdailykiss.

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3 Responses

  1. Laura says:

    I wanted to leave a comment on each blog. But, it’s taken me a week to leave just a few comments. I can’t read all the word verification and I don’t know why people use it. I have several blogs and don’t use it on any of them. Some WordPress blogs want me to login a second time using another email address. This one is a mystery to me. Anyway, I give up on the commenting plan. I don’t like mixing my adult profile with my other online profiles anyway. Most Blogger blogs force me to use my Google/ Blogger profile and don’t let me leave my actual blog link.

    I will look at pictures and add to your traffic but I won’t be going through the frustration of trying to comment any more.

    • mollyskiss says:

      Hi Sweetie.. I completely understand your frustrations as I share many of them. The blogger word verification is a nightmare and unfortunately if people choose to have it on their blog there is no way round it, personally I think they are mad if they do as I am fairly sure it puts people off commenting and therefore reduces the number of comments they receive. The issue with the new WP email sign in, only applies to WP blogs that are hosted on so blogs like mine, Curvaceous Dee, Kazi-girl at A Dragon’s Kink, and Rebel Notes do not have this issue and so commenting here should be easy. On the other non self hosted WP blogs this has been created by WP changing their procedure and that if you use an email address to comment that is registered to a WP account and you are trying to comment on a blog hosted on WP they want you to sign into your WP account to comment…however the way round this is to either use a different email that WP don’t know, or just change the email address you are using in some way. I add a No.1 to mine. Yes, it is no longer a valid email address but WP don’t seem to mind that!!!

      I hope that helps, if you have any other questions please do get in touch… maybe the way to go is rather than commenting on none of the posts, as I do like to encourage a community feel to the project, you could make time to comment on perhaps 3 post a week. Perhaps like me you could pick your top 3 each week and comment on just those ones.

      Thanks for taking the time to comment and for joining in with Sinful Sunday


  2. Laura says:

    Thanks Molly. I was thinking to move my blog from Blogger to this morning. But if they have the same issue with forcing people to login to their own service, then it won’t make any real difference.

    Also, thanks for letting me know word verification was on my blog. (Went in and fixed it right away). I’ve never had it on. But I had heard they were changing the way it is handled and I should have checked again to make sure it was still turned off. I hate it. It’s taken me years to “get over” passwords but I can’t see word verification as any kind of necessity. I self moderate everything. All my other blogs are self-hosted WordPress. This adult blog is my last hold out on Blogger.

    I will just comment on my favourites. But, it’s a shame. I really like to leave a comment on each one. I know how nice it is to have feedback and I very much like getting comments myself.

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