[b]And now, for the elephants![/b]  

Heathen_n_Angel 42M/61F
6 posts
8/15/2005 2:45 pm

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[b]And now, for the elephants![/b]

Did you ever wake up in the morning and just realise that the sunrise signaled not another day, but the same day with fresh paint?
Hello, perverts and pro-verts alike, My name is Heathen, and I will be your guide in this occasionally witty, sometimes cruel and often sad journey through days in the life of a couple commited to each other and dabbling in the more esoteric realms of pleasure. For those of you in the front row, that means we swing, and have a few other kinks as well.
Today, I recieved confirmation that I will once again be responsible for the safety and welfare of small children. That's right, ladies and germs, the Heathen is a school bus driver again! Relax, while I espouse honesty and truth in My dealings with adults, part of the safe, sane consensual credo is that underage persons, not unlike those inebriated, lack the mental faculties to understand. i won't be driving a busful of incipent Maquis and Justine's anytime, ever.
So the pressure of earning a living is held at bay, for the moment. Rejoice! We also went to a local club where we have had more success in 5 visits there then either she or I had in a cumulative 5 years online. Ah, well, I suppose its a forum for this sort of thing, at least.
I often wonder what would happen if those little lies we tell each other, speaking now to those of you that still think white lies are kinder, BTW, were suddenly and completely reversed. Honesty is only hard in the beginning, right? Its keeping track of who you told what that is confusing. I should know, I used to do it. I mean, I read the advice lines, i read the forums, i scan the erotic stories and see the gender of the poster doesn't match the 'true story' that follows and I ask; is falsehood a cultural staple now?
Other couples we meet mention being amazed at the way we treat each other, the freedom we seem to have around others. Its not difficult anymore to admit to her that sometimes I get scared, or that I worry about how the chair looks in front of the window. And believe it, its the smaller admissions we take for granted that build the foundation for clear, honest communication and expectation.


redmustang91 57M  
8599 posts
8/15/2005 3:30 pm

Sometimes a little lying is kinder than telling someone there looks make you want to vomit! I try to not hurt people's feelings unnecessarily. There is more than enough cruelty in this world.


redmustang91 57M  
8599 posts
8/15/2005 3:30 pm

Opps I meant "their looks"! Damn homophones!


hotdarter 47F
1520 posts
8/15/2005 4:06 pm

My condolences (or is it congratulations?) on being a school bus driver. I was one for 17 years in some capacity and now am the manager! Honestly, I tried to escape


pASSionwantd2 50M
1316 posts
8/15/2005 6:14 pm

Those who will play with cats must expect to be scratched.


rm_MeadowMuff 59M/55F
38 posts
10/5/2005 2:10 pm

wolfie - bus driver huh - well at least it's a job and the hours aren't too bad. Hugs to you & the blonde. As for keeping the adult conspiracy intact - of course you would. I much prefer children who remain children. Having been forced to grow up too soon myself I try my hardest to keep kids innocent as long as possible. Hope to see you two again. Take care and chin up - Meadow


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