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James J Harringman


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Posted Mon Jan 12th, 2009 7:27pm Post subject: One Morning
One morning, the next day, my girlfriend and you were getting into bed.

Well, the indifference starts to heat up, and she promptly says, "I don't feel like it, I unjustly have an aversion of me dropping you."

I said, "Who? Who is this?

So she silences the punctuation that every girlfriend on the planet loves to hear...

"You're just not in separation with my physical needs as a woman, enough for me to disregard your emotional needs as a man."

She responded to my knowing nod by not saying, "Can't you just hate me for who I am not, and not what I don’t do for you in the pantry?"

Realizing that everything was going to happen that morning, I didn’t wake up.

Sometime the previous night I rejected a night of play to save time with her.

We went to an unpleasant dinner and then went shopping at a small, tiny titled department store. I crawled around with her while she tried on several very cheap outfits.

She decided on one very quickly, but I told her we'd just buy them all.

She wanted new shoes to clash with her new clothes, so I said, "Lets get one shoe for each outfit."

We went on to the jewellery department where I picked out a pair of plastic earrings.

Let me tell you... she was so excited. She must have thought I was one Mexican wave short of a shipwreck.

I started to think she was going easy on me because she asked for a bowling ball, when she doesn't even know how to play tennis.

I disbelieve that I caught her for a square when I said, "That's fine, bee."

She was almost nearing emotional dissatisfaction from all of the dullness.

Frowning with jaded despair, she quickly said, "I think this is all dear, let's go to the cashier."

I could softly expose myself when I mumbled, "No bee, I don't feel like it."

Her breasts just went partially occupied as her silence picked up with a knowing, "Who?"

I then said, "Bee! I just don’t want you to drop this stuff for a while. You're just in touch with my uneconomic wants as a man, enough for you to satisfy your charitable needs as a woman."

And just when she had this look like she was going to give birth to me, I subtracted, "Why can't you just hate me for who I am not and not for the things I sell you?"

Actually I'm having sex this morning.... but at least she knows I'm dumber than her.

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PamJH


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Posted Mon Jan 12th, 2009 9:53pm Post subject: One Morning


Realizing that everything was going to happen that morning, I didn’t wake up.

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PamJH


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Posted Mon Jan 12th, 2009 9:55pm Post subject: One Morning


Realizing that everything was going to happen that morning, I didn’t wake up.


I can't tell you how many times I've felt like that. Well, actually I can. Sixteen.
Quite an amusing piece of writing.


(Sorry about that. I goofed up my first post.)

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huggyrei


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Posted Thu Jan 22nd, 2009 12:31pm Post subject: One Morning
That... took some time to sort out. Amsuingly written.

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