ellelu 49F
2 posts
8/5/2006 5:16 pm

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8/9/2006 1:10 pm


Here's something i wrote this week for my profile. Unfortunately, no one remotely my age knew anything about the movie... sure increased my popularity with the over 60 set, though.
This 40 year old bizzaro-western-musical, supposedly an "instant cult film," is so strange it's HOT. Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin.

My favorite quote: "Cause the blood don't matter and you know you're gonna live." WTF does that mean? ? See it and tell me~

I'm Cat Ballou with a scratching fever something fierce. I cock my rifle, forcing Kid Shaleen (Lee Marvin) off his horse and to the dirt on his knees. There he services my clit with his metal nose til I purrr many many times.

Eventually the minstrels (Nat King Cole and Stubby Kaye) wander in with the banjo singing a ballad of sex gone bad. Turns out Stubby's hung like Kid's mount (who knew?). They're enlisted and fast at it, alternately singing, plucking and fucking, gradually building, louder and faster til we all hit a rabblerousin, noisy stampede of a climax together!

Afterwards I send em all out to rob the pizza stagecoach and get me fed, even though they are, technically speaking, train robbers. PURRRRRfect!

"Round and round and round they went, 'til man
and gal and beast were spent. Round and round and round they rode... Oh, what an episode!"

tongueandhung4 58M  
17 posts
8/6/2006 9:16 am

Yes, that was a classic, almost along the lines of Kill Bill.

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