Hello darlings, my dear friends who support me vs that dasdardly disgusting Auntie Carol. The hussy who I perceived was my confidant, my colleague. Two experts on etiquette, Mavins in Yiddish. I am up in arms in regards to her. How dare she get disgusted with my gentleman friend Seymour Toze. What he does to me is not one whit of her concern, nor should it be. If my paramour Seymour Toze chooses to put his hand on my derriere its only of his and my concern. She says I have lustful, lascivious eyes for him. Well I see nothing wrong with that. Besides I insist on only touching his member in the dark, with my hands in lavender suede fur trimmed gloves and looking the other way. I desire to be totally discreet in this matter. Obviously the poor dear is envious. I suspect Auntie Carol is , dare I mention it in her befuddled brain there's not enough cards to play 52 card pickup. Perhaps its the terrible strain of being more proper than thou. It seems to be taking a terrific toll on her. Maybe I should feel sorry for her. But its so hard to pity a woman who I believed was my friend. Who betrays my lover and me with her petty accusations. "Filthy bowels of h,e, double hockey sticks. Perish the thought. More like butting her nose where it most certainly doesn't belong. re:halter tops, tight low cut blue jeans, open toed shoes. I do try my utmost to guide young women and young men in the ways of proper decorum. However I can not force anybody to do what I strongly suggest. If a pubescent female wants to look like a cheap tramp since it is, as much I deign to confess, its her perogative. I can't see how Seymour and my behavior with each other relates to what others do with themselves. I truly believe people of the feminine persuasion should consistently dress properly with only the barest minimum of skin revealing. Plus to make matters even more firm in terms of what to wear, her clothes should be as baggy, shapeless as ever. As to not improperly arouse her gentleman friend. Men can be aroused so easily. Its best not to take chances. Auntie Carol writes men like to hunt in the wild. This may be true. Being that I am inexperienced in this except for my experiences with Seymour I suppose I'll take her word. Being that she is so utterly wrong concerning Seymour and me doesn't make her never right. On the other hand it could be only her warped opinion. Conversely this issue is so crucial to me I deem to forgo my goal of an MSW....at least for now.
January 18, 2011 by auntiecarol69