Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Look Up…Look Down…

…my pants are falling down.

Seriously.

Not quite as quickly as Sergei’s, but my butt (but/butt) is mos-def swimmin’ in my pants today. Niiiiiiice.

If only my breasteses wouldn’t lose weight, too…dammit.

Anywhat.

Short post today, the boys in the cubes are nipping at my heels (and trying to pull my too-big pants down), so I leave you with one question:

Where’s the strangest place you’ve ever made whoopee?

(Didn’t have to be sex, could be high-school fumbling in the back of an extended crew cab truck at the drive-in movie theatre and he had no shirt on and you had your top off and bra almost off when the security guy came by with one of those headlight flashlights and yelled, “Git yer heds ‘bove the seat now!”, and wouldn’t leave until you dressed in front of him. The dirty bastard.)

7 Comments:

At 12:24 PM, Blogger Marcheline said...

On the hood of a car in the pitch black of midnight in front of a lunatic asylum.

 
At 12:28 PM, Blogger Tuesday Girl said...

50 yard line on my high schools football frield.

 
At 2:13 PM, Blogger Faith said...

On a trampoline in the boyfriend's parents' back yard. Full daylight, right before we took a swim...and also right before his brother came home. No one was in the house when we did it (except the maid), but the neighbors had a pretty good view if they so chose to look and see what we were up to.

God that was a fun time...

 
At 3:37 PM, Blogger Cynical Girl said...

Cemetary. Not in a punk/goth momement - it was all about a quick need for some privacy.

 
At 9:15 PM, Blogger figleaf said...

Hey Mona,

How about under a desk? It wasn't extravagant but it was highly unusual.

Take care,

figleaf

 
At 11:03 PM, Blogger E. said...

In the night-dark courtyard of a five-star hotel/resort in my hometown. The hotel had a cute little ice cream shop (which is where we had been) that led out to the courtyard. It was empty and we were being as discreet as possible, but I was still very nervous that someone would stroll out and find us in an unusual position making hard to explain motions. No one did, though!

 
At 7:27 PM, Blogger SVN, prn said...

My parents front porch at night with the porch light on --while my folks were home. :o)

The porch was shaped like a U with no window but anyone from the street could see and the front door could have been opened at any time.

 

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