What to do  

cosmos533 56M
3 posts
9/16/2005 6:35 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

What to do


I have my small business repairing domestic appliances and during the summer time just gone I have visited a couple of homes where I am met at the door by ladies still wearing a dressing gown and not much else underneath.

While they are telling me what is wrong with their appliance I can get a good look at their goods either through buttons or when they bend slightly from the top of the gown.

Sometimes I need to get on the floor to look under the appliance and the lady will step over me in a nonchalant manner, ask me if I want a drink and will stretch over to get the necessary bits to complete the task.

LADIES I NEED YOUR HELP. I have never made a play for the housewives I carry out work for but are these women trying to tell me something? Last thing I need is to be accused of some kind of sexual harassment because I read it wrong

your_gypsy 51F

9/16/2005 7:17 pm

shameful, isn't it. i've done it, though. not on purpose. just too lazy or busy to get dressed properly. need to plan better and make sure i'm appropriately covered for the visit. i actually am taking this as an admonition to do that. i certainly am not trying to take on a stranger/repairman. how bourjois, lol...


cosmos533 56M

9/18/2005 2:53 am

Ahh but did you hover about in a clumsy way, needing to get this or that in the kitchen and the repair man in the way or excuse yourself while you got yourself dressed?


adventurous573 49M
1 post
1/28/2006 8:07 am

Don't be premature or jump to any conclusions and especially let them make the first move. Flirty women don't always want to have sex, some of them just like to tease. Although I'm bi I work in the delivery service and I get women and men answering the door with little or nothing on. They know what they have on may be sexy or enticing, but it is up to them to take it to the next level. After all you did not come there for sex, you came to do a job. If they want you to do more they will communicate it with there tounges, not their body language or exposure. You can never make the first move.


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