Saturday, April 15, 2006


The Dandy brooks no nonsense; evidently, the mild-mannered, subtle nuances of my recent treatise on teasing have inspired a True Story of Hard-Core Evil. I am, truly, shocked.


dlkjdfsa said...

I am now thoroughly convinced that all new borne children will develop into "330-lb. white-trash retards with raspberry birthmarks covering most of our faces." This is the final destiny of mankind for after we are all 330 pound atrocities the "chemical firestorms" will parish and noone will reproduce with anyone. It is a sad day for it seams tease land has taken over the world. :(

Pretty Lady said...

Oh, heavens, darling, I am sure it is not that bad. You are Dwelling On Things. "Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is perennial as the grass."

Teasing is of the ego; love is of the soul. The soul can be harried but it cannot be destroyed.

dlkjdfsa said...

I just need laid. It's been too many years, yes years, and I fear I won't know what to do with my member. As I recall though, it had a mind of it's own! I am anticipating getting the mower out for that grass. It's always greener on the other side :)

Pretty Lady said...

Honeybun, are you propositioning me? This is not necessary. I have seen your blog, and you are none too disfigured. What is your problem? Is there a shortage of slightly intoxicated young women who are drawn to the mystique of the Itinerant Artist, About to Enter the Army? I cannot believe it. Are you picky? Tongue-tied? Shy?

I recommend purchasing a pack of Trojans and stashing them in an easily accessible, but not instantly available, place. One must create the circumstances, and the opportunity will arise.

Chris C. said...

"One-upsmanship"? Perish the thought! Your comments addressed the heartbreak, after all, dear Lady, while mine addressed, as you put it, the hard-on. *g*

As for "evil", well...*shrugs* The lady in question was young, and feeling her power, and I'll just leave it at that. You are so right: Teasing is of the ego, not of the soul, and my soul withstood the experience quite well.

rabbitslayer: Good grief, man! You need to take better care of yourself! No wonder you were despondent. A good roll in the hay might have obviated that whole decision to enlist. Of course, in the Army you are pretty certain to get laid; unfortunately, you will probably also have to pay for it. ;)