Life at the bottom of the sexual food chain.
November 12, 2011 § 17 Comments
Yesterday, completely and utterly out of the blue, I received a text from Long Shot.
I presume it was a positive one or you’d be telling us that Long Shot was now Off Shot.
AND…….?! You can’t just leave us hanging like this……
Oh, but I thought I could? Till tomorrow? Px
Tomorrow?!!! (bottom lip quivering)
It’s raining Men…Halleluja….go out ,get soaking wet !
as the Weathergirls said ……
On y VAS as Barry says . x
Wonderful news I think. Have you come down from the ceiling yet? When is the date with Smidge? Don’t get sidetracked too easily there as I still think Smidgie might be a better, more stable bet. Can’t wait till tomorrow you tease you.
Sorry! Couldn’t resist, and also I need to take it all in myself! Px
I trust he is taking it slow and careful………he sounds like a good man keeping you in suspense maybe?
I do so hope you haven’t replied yet P…….and in fact don’t for a decent interval.Savour being in the driving seat for a change!
Did you require paramedics to resuscitate you? LOL! Can’t wait to hear the rest of the story . . .
Your (almost) love triangle reminds me of a Truffaut short film called Antoine et Colette (1962). All human life is encapsulated in 32 painful minutes. Antoine (ie Smidgen) loves Colette and is encouraged to think he is the one, until the smug Albert (LS) turns up in the last scene. If one is a Smidgen, one can easily get a complex that one is always going to be worsted by a LS – mind you Antoine does behave like a bit of a stalker, something which cannot be said of Smidgen.
Good luck Plankton, but don’t let the boy ‘ play ‘ you, unless you want him to of course !!
Supense! Looking forward to hearing all about it.
Amazing plankton, we are all ears as to what he said,was it to do with Christmas arrangement suggested by your old friend?
Leave him hanging for a bit. The ‘treat ’em mean, keep ’em keen’ model works just as well on men as it does on women!
Blimey! * taps foot impatiently*
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