Shake Your Tailfeather  

SunneyOne 43F
2146 posts
11/12/2005 8:34 pm

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Shake Your Tailfeather


That has to be one of the most cliché and trendy statements that I have heard lately. Unfortunately (?), I heard it this evening. Allow me to explain.

I have been craving stone crab for two days, and when presented with an opportunity to meet some friends for dinner this evening, I jumped at it. It has been a bit cooler here lately, and I only had so long to get ready, which meant that there was no time to shave my legs. Now, before you go getting all grossed out, I just shaved last night, so I’m not a sasquatch. But they are a bit stubbly, enough that I wouldn’t wear a skirt. So since it was cool out, I figured I’d wear jeans.

I don’t like jeans. I don’t like the way I look in them. I’m a skirt girl. However, having recently dropped a few pounds, I figured what the hell. On they went with my very sassy black boots. They aren’t tight. They fit in the waist and ass (because I have ghetto booty) but are loose in the legs. Let’s just say that I wasn’t thinking I was all super cute or anything. That wasn’t the point. The point was to get some stone crab.

So I have dinner with my two lovely friends and we close the place down. I had parked across the street, in another parking lot. Apparently, all of the cooks and wait staff for the restaurant were sitting out back taking a break. Off I go, across the lot and street to my car. There is a bit of heel on my boots, but not much. I wasn’t walking slowly because of the hell, and it was cool. So I was doing the confident-I-know-I’m-not-going-to-bust-my-ass walk across the street. Then, I hear a long, loud whistle and a male yell out, “Baby! Shake your tailfeather!”

I normally ignore construction worker yells. Generally this is because I am not the target of them. However, a quick look around assured me that there was in fact no one else walking, so it would by process of elimination be my tailfeather he was referencing. I wasn’t trying to shake my ass. I didn’t think my ass was shaking. I wasn’t slutting it up or anything. I felt the heat of a blush rise from my shoulders up my neck to my cheeks, when I heard it again… “Yeah, baby, like that. Shake your tailfeather!”

At this point, I look over my shoulder in sheer disbelief that he is talking to me. I look across the street, directly at a tall blond guy looking straight at me with a big grin. I am too flustered to reply or do anything other than fumble with my keys and jump in my car to go. However, I now have a complex.

I have now walked back and forth in front of my bathroom mirror for 10 minutes to see if I am, in fact, shaking my tailfeather. Uh huh. I don’t know if it is the jeans or the boots, but said tailfeather has a bit of a hop in it indeed. Not bad. Noted, and filed away for future reference.

bardicman 50M

11/13/2005 3:28 am

Oh come on now Sunney...

You didn't tell us if the butter dripped down your chin and slowly slid down your cleavage leaving a glossy line that begged to be stared at.



I am not dead yet


SunneyOne 43F

11/13/2005 4:25 am

While I have recounted the total lack of grace with which I eat, no, no butter slid down my chin on a fast train to the cleavage. I am well versed in using my napkin.


swingweight3 56M

11/13/2005 9:46 am

May I suggest that you let me view your 'strut' as to officially deem if or if not, it should classify as; "shaking your tail feather", or simply that you have a fantastic 'booty' and the person who verbally made mention of that aspect, while true he seems to be a bit of a "local", (a.k.a. 'redneck') he just might be a very observant fellow who found it "hard" NOT to give you the 'hoot'!

Again, I'm a 'professional' so you should allow me the opportunity to make an official observation I assure you it would be on the utmost 'up&up' - you sexy thing you!!!


SunneyOne 43F

11/13/2005 10:23 am

LMAO... a professional opinion, hm? I don't think I'd be doing it the same if I KNEW someone was watching. I'd be all self conscious and worried about stepping in a hole or something, so I'd be very much NOT shaking said tailfeather.

But the offer intrigues me....you know where to find me.


New008 54M
3 posts
11/13/2005 7:17 pm

I am a little confused. Your photograph shows you are most definitely a feminine indivividual, yet you mention sasquatch and now announce you have a tailfeather - what sort of creature are you? I admit to bias in that I like a woman in boots and jeans, but if she has the natural demeanour and presence, a girl can look good in any attire. Sounds like the local could not control himself so you obviously had something to be stutting about, just do not let his reaction cramp your style. Of course, in the unlikely event that you need a 'best of three' judge, I will happily volunteer to be near the front of line....!


rm_MustangD6644 51M
1031 posts
11/14/2005 6:02 pm

Sunney How am I going to be able to watch Blues Brothers again without thinking about your tailfeather? Then again listening to "These Boots Were Made For Walking" on the radio will definitely be better wondering about you instead of Jessica Simpson in Dukes, that was so over done, it just looked funny.


SunneyOne 43F

11/14/2005 6:43 pm

Haven't seen Dukes yet, however, I would definitely think of hot ass Jessica instead of me. *giggle*


LovableEclectic 59F

11/19/2005 9:09 am

Sunney you looked incredibly HOT in those jeans! If I had a bi bone in my body I'd have been all over your stuff!
You are such a sensual creature - shake that tailfeather...


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