We’re firming up our members!
First of all, I feel I should address a matter of concern to many of my members. Angela in Arkansas asks, ‘Is it possible that White House spokesperson Sean Spicer and Sarah Huckabee Sanders are the same person? I have never seen them appear on camera together.’
I am so glad you asked me that. Naturally I am a keen comentator on political matters — my views being held in very high regard in some circles. I have several sources close to this matter and let’s just say that you’ll be seeing a lot less of ‘Sean’ in the coming months. I protect the confidentiality of my members very diligently as you know, so I am precluded from saying more. Suffice to say that Sean may be accepting himself as he is, and creating himself as he wishes. I can neither confirm or deny whether he is a member of my programs.
This weekend I have organised a barbeque for my friends. Sadly, my wife is travelling, leaving me to entertain myself. As I slipped into a new bikini and tiny pink skirt today, I found myself considering how very lucky I am.
I have such an eccclectic group of friends. Sylvester with his unusual tattoos and enormous chopper. Bernard, my photographer always wanting to expose himself. Sebastian, my personal trainer, who incidentally has just taken up pole vault. I very unusual choice of sport.
And of course, who could forget Max and Ali — still rummaging about in the arboretum looking for his hoe. This weekend I am also playing host to Katia Thornwood and Julie, who’s been hard at work (literally) stimulating new male members.
Perhaps I should explain that. We had a special promotion last week, for father’s day. This resulted in some wonderful new men joining my Little Black Book as admirers. I am thrilled to see the list of members growing and firming up all the time.
I said to Julie just the other day, “Julie, you need to take the members in hand, firm them up and make them grow!” She’s been breathlessly applying herself.
As my friends started to arrive for the barbecue and Sylvester busied himself at the grill, I joined the boys in conversation.
“But, Sebastian, darling! Why pole vaulting. It seems so… I don’t know, suggestive.”
“Not at all!” He insisted, turning his sausage on the grill. “Personally, I think it shows great self coonfidencel”
“Well, if you say so,” I said. “Mind you, it’s all a little dangerous, if you ask me. Plunging your great pole in a slot and getting up like that. It reeks of over compensation!”
“Its all about keeping it stiff,” said Sylvester, ever helpfull
Sebastian glanced at him, doubtfully.
“We’ve got pills for that,” chimed in Ali, from where he was showing Max the difference between a Chrysanthemums and Chlamydia.
Ali has been doing rather well with his English classes. One would never guess he arrived from Syria just
six months ago.
“Sebastian ,” he called over toward the grill. “You’re obviously overcompensating, my young friend. I have some friends who can help you with that.”
I sometimes wonder what they teach him at that English class. Nonetheless, his integration seems to be coming along nicely.
I’m watching as Max tries to engage Katia in polite conversation. Now that really is the lamb attempting to lie down with the lion. I think I should go and interpose myself between them before Max ends up being served up on a skewer.
For those of you who don’t know Katia, she is a somewhat stern woman. Statuesque and beautiful, but very commanding. Her wonderful travelogue is being published on my website at http://FionaDobson.com in episodes — look for The Travelogue Of Katia Thornwood. You’ll be hearing more from her. Suffice to say that her holiday entertainments went far beyond looking at temples in Cambodia.
I hope you have a lively weekend and enjoy the summer weather. By the way, as I mentioned, we’ve had an influx of male members (phrasing) in My Little Black Book. Now’s a great time to join, if you’re not already a member.
We have a major expansion of our website underway. My objective is that there should be something new almost daily for you to check into and occupy yourself with. Check it out and come back whenever you feel a little femme. You’ll love what I’m doing!
Imagine if some of your graduating class could see you dressed. What might they think?Are you reading the exciting adventures of Andy in “Clothes Maketh The Man”?
Manipulated and taken advantage of by the evil Devina, Andy finds himself compromised into dressing. You’ll never believe what follows!
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