An Interview with Casanova, Prisoner of Lust

Welcome back. Tonight, our special guest is the one and only Casanova.
Can you tell me your real name? 
My name is Giacomo Casanova or Baron Farcussi at times.
Where are you from?
I was born in the beautiful city of Venice.
What’s the most flattering thing anyone has ever said about you?
That I am a very intricate and passionate man. My charismatic personality brings out the best in people, especially women. I am flattered by these comments.  Being told that I truly know how to make a woman feel enamored is delightfully pleasing.
What’s your idea of a good lover?
A woman who is intelligent, a bit coy but shines in such radiance of beauty that she gives off. A woman who is not afraid to be herself. A beautiful woman without a mind of her own leaves her lover with no resource after I have physically enjoyed her charm and intimacy. She must be confident and feel with a heart that is pure and full and cares not for the ideals but the simple things of life. She must be delicate and cares not for the social side of gossip but act as her own free spirit and simple mind.
What is the pet name for the love of your life?
It is no secret that being such a deep, passionate man, I have had many lovers in my life. As for some of the pet names I’ve given them, well some I cannot indulge with you merely for common courtsey in their regard of respect and I wish to keep this interview appropriate. Some of the names I’ve given them are ‘Lovey dove’, ‘Wholesome’, ‘Angel and “La biu bella” which means, the prettiest.
What is your biggest fear?
Not being able to pay my gambling debts! (laughs) I’m kidding, I’m kidding. In all seriousness, my biggest fear is not being able to please my lover, not being able to make her feel like the most beautiful and lucky woman on this planet we call Earth. Another fear I have is people not acknowledging my works and forgetting about me, seeing me in a way that just simply isn’t me.
Is there anything you have always wanted to do but haven’t done? 
I’ve done all I could have imagined and more and haven’t any regrets. I’ve lived a full, pleasant, theatrical, and at times, wild life. I have traveled the world, done many things so I can say without question that I have done all I have wished to do.
What’s the worst thing you have ever done to someone? Why?
Some women will say that I’ve broken their hearts or not treated them with all I could give as a lover, but let me just say that this couldn’t be further from the truth. If anything, it’s the worst thing they could have said to me. Some of these women would cry, beg for attention and pry into my affairs, as though I offered them some sort of understanding. I offer objection by saying I have never done anything to any woman or anyone in my life that they themselves have done to me.
Here is the can of whip cream I promised you. What are you planning on doing with it?
I plan on putting it on a fresh apple dessert hot and ready to consume. Although I suppose it could also serve as a good part of an interesting bedroom game, but we won’t get into that any further.
If you had complete and total control over me, what would you have me do?
My dear lady. If I didn’t know any better I’d think you were implying me to woo you. I would never wish to control anyone or manipulate them, only make them do things they themselves wish to do.
You seem a little tense. Is something bothering you?
I’m still just thinking about how my lovers and I have been portrayed as “prisoners of lust”. As I have stated already, I don’t make women fall for me or do things they don’t wish to do. If they are into me and into what I have to offer, then is that really being wrong? A prisoner if you will? I think not. Lust is a sin, sure, but I think it’s been used out of context, for lust can be a beautiful thing if you let it.
Where can we find out more about your life?
Well, I suppose it’s up for interptation so you can read about me and my ways in a little tale called, “Prisoner of Lust” in a book of very unique poetry called “Like A Box of Chocolates” available on this thing called a site on Amazon @http://smarturl.it/LABoC and another place called Createspace @ http://www.createspace.com/4761325
You can also get a hold of the man who told my story in a little poem as well as others, Justin Bienvenue. You may find him at http://jbienvenue.webs.com/ and something called Twitter @JustinBienvenue
Thanks for stopping by, Casanova. I’m sure you’re going to have a very interesting night.
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