.... It was looking pretty bad. The way she was barreling down on me, all I needed was a leather jacket and a Fedora, and I would have been Indiana Jones with the boulder on my heels. I was fourty yards ahead of her when I reached my car. It was a clean get away until I heard the clink of my keys hit the ground. I just dropped them and I knew I was a dead man. Suddenly a ray of hope hit me. The words of Mrs. Fluntworth, my 6th grade science teacher filled my head. "A body at rest tends to stay at rest. A body in motion, tends to stay in motion." All that talk about bodies and motion, I thought the old bag had been trying to hit on me. Now I understood what she was really saying. There was no time to regret the restraining order I had put on her. With my date just a few feet away, I dived out of the way. The inerita of her mass was more than her rino like legs could stop. The impact was terrible. It was the last I ever saw of my car or my eight track collection of Hellen Ready. I took of into the night, and never looked back.<br><br>As I think about it now, I can see the subtle cosmic gears at work and realized why everything went wrong. Sure, I could blame the makers of High Karate for making such a fine product, that it amplified my already over the top maniliness. Sure I could find fault with the way that double knit polyester shows off my well muscled form. I could even point a finger at the way my dancing to disco music brings out the unchained animal in all women... but it's just like the song says.... "I'm too sexy......"<br><br>the end<br><br>The thread killer
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I think I read one of your entries in Penthouse Letters <p><hr></blockquote><p>John, we didn't know you were "dating" again!!! <br><br><br>Click here to visit me.
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Ah, the tattoo. I'm finding this a tough thing to decide on. Unlike some of the free spirits that are okay with having lots of tattoos, I would be getting just one. And there in lies the problem. <br><br>It's like being told you can only eat one kind of ice cream for your entire life and then having to pick which one. I'm currently looking at an arm band. Not the tribal graphics though. They don't have any meaning to me. I'm considering one with small kanji all the way around the bicep. <br><br>The thread killer
... and that's the other thing. I'm also waiting until my biceps are a decent size. I can't stand the idea of having flab, and why would I want to draw attention to my fat arms? Gross<br><br>The thread killer
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