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A lot of unusual t-shirts by this guy, available on Amazon.


MLMM Wordle 182 – Fishnet Fallacy

“I suppose you think your coruscant fishnet stockings should not imply you are what used to be referred to as “fast“? But if they do madam, I would be more than inclined to take that meaning to heart.”

The woman in question was an extravagant match for the newcomer. He had been looking forward to this encounter for weeks. However lenient this establishment, the fact remained there were rules to be followed. The inquisitive man didn’t hold back his intentions, professing again his desire for the lady. As he approached, his hands were exploring her fishnet covered thighs, but there was no response. He seemed puzzled, and moved up to her neck, pulling her close for a kiss.

Unfortunately there was a malfunction in the lady’s programmed response and she pushed the amorous guest into the next room. He quickly got up and demanded to see the manager. “You can’t treat me like this! I paid good money to be with your models here in Pleasure World. You had better fix this glitch and make it fast!”

The manager replied, “We have the right to refuse service to anyone, and Model 8 didn’t care for you.” The disgruntled customer shrugged and approached a Model 4 in the next cubicle.

Emotional OMG!

I think this time of year makes me an emotional mess.

Background:  My husband drove a car we purchased in 1994, black Toyota camry.  Worked great, still does.  My first grandson was born that year, the firefighter.  When my husband passed away of esophagus cancer in 2013, I gave the car to my grandson.  When we moved here to Cheyenne was when he started driving it since he was going to college and couldn’t afford car payments. I rarely see this grandson because he lives at the firehouse and constantly busy.

That’s the background. My chauffeur grandson drove us to meet the rest of the family a couple of days ago.  He parked us nose to nose to the black Toyota.  He said, C’s here.  I asked, C?  Is that the black car? He replied yes and as i saw it for the first time in years, I just started crying, looking at that old-missing-paint car that holds so many memories.

See what I mean? Sentimental, emotional mess.

Daily Prompt: Theory




It is a popular theory

Among the littles

Every time they query

Is Santa real?



Of course we say yes

To keep them hopeful

Until store Santas appear

Looking rather doleful



The child hurries up

With smiles of glee

To tell him their wishes

On mall Santa’s knee



As long as they’re little

And quite naive

They whisper their wants

Of course they believe



As parents most of these times are cherished

When the Santas are not so nightmarish!