RedDog wrote:It's amazing the things you come across in life. I adored a girl in school who played the flute when I played pretty serious classical piano, trumpet at school and melophone in a DCI Drumcorp.
I've come to know a woman on my street I've helped with some chain saw yard work and she not only has a grand piano in her house but an honest to God harp. A harp in Red Neck Deer. I know somebody who plays a harp. Go figure.
backhoe wrote:Next up from "misc?"
( Ahem! Rated "A" for Adults! )
I have managed to stay a virgin despite the high school pressures and gropings of my high school boyfriend (no, no, I’m a virgin). Now the summer is over and I am loathe to enter college a virginal child. I have chosen a distant friend of my brother. My brother is in and out of Atlanta at the time with college but he’s home now and I will be going to Atlanta for a National Flute Convention. My brother has innocently set me up to stay with this friend because he trusts him. Hehe, my brother doesn’t know my plans… neither does the friend. I arrive in Atlanta and announce my attentions. S, the friend is just planning to entertain a distant friend of a friend on his couch. He promptly burned the spaghetti he was cooking and we did the deed. Talked and went to sleep. I woke up thinking “what have I done? Luckily my brother won’t hear of this” And then there was a knock on the apartment door. S saying, “Jimmy, now’s a bad time.” Jimmy “you got a girl in there? Let me see!” And Jimmy bounded into the bedroom. And saw me and started blubbering, “a rite of passage between my high school best friend (S) and my college roommate (my brother!)- how wonderful!” .
After many years, argh-h-h-h-h-h-h-h-h-hh—h-h.<P><HR><P>Just a note from Yers Trooly?<P>As I have discussed privately with other members here, Miss Emily, God love her, did have a habit of, shall we say, err, embellishing, or polishing, or... ummm... leaving out, certain parts of stories she told to, uhhh...<P>"Cast things in a better light..."<P>There's a wee bit more to this tale, that Yers Trooly knows, being Da Hub of a Quarter-Century, and hearing a lot more of this tale, and piecing things together to get the whole story.<P>It's not really that important, but let's just say this is the sanitized version of the truth...<P>And it was hearing stories like this, over & over & over again, about other men, that had me always wondering, "what is it about me you don't like?"
<P>Like I tell you- there is a dark side...
Edward Kennedy wrote:
...As I said, do not take it personally. She did, after all, choose you to marry and be with.
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