Body Work  

LilRedCorvette57 60F
5 posts
9/21/2005 2:34 am

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4/20/2006 7:36 pm

Body Work

Having chosen a car for an ID and having compared myself to a red sporty classic, I sit back and enjoy the ice-breakers the analogy inspires. Offers to check under my hood, change my oil, test drive me and various other highly creative and sometimes quite technical adjustments are not only fun to read, but make it easy and fun for men to initiate contact.

And I'm all for anything that keeps this fun and easy!It's gotta be tough on the guys here considering that the task of initial contact so often is their burden. I know I've initiated just enough of my own to understand what it feels like to not hear back or be rejected. And still, I know I rate rather poorly when it comes to responding to all mails or even managing to keep up some contacts once made. I do hope most understand it's more about my lack of time than anything personal.

My calendar isn't so booked these days with dates as it is with appointments- OB/GYN, Dentist, Dermatologists, Mammographies, Proctologists & Optomologists.... I joke that all my body parts have appointments with their respective specialists! Seems like the equivalent of detailing a used car for resale! And lacking the ability to roll back the odometer, taking care of all my original ammenities is the best I can do for my make and model! Hopefully I still shine on the show room floor and perform well in both on and off road test trials!

Maintenace can be hell! And expensive! Divorce left me without the luxury of the best insurance plans I had so long taken for granted. And where the miles didn't get me the road conditions did! Sometimes I think that divorce should come with the stipulation that the previous owner arrange for the detailing before thowing the model back onto the market!

Put everything back the way it was! Put the breasts back! Neck back! Ass back! Waistline back! Just put it all back where you found it before the childbirth, breastfeeding, late hours and miles and miles over rough terrain hauling more passengers than seatbelts. Congested traffic, dirty fluids, corroded points and plugs and more dings and dents than you can count from years of careless parking and hours of abandonment while you were out no doubt window shopping admiring the latest smooth sleek models.

Whether you find yourself "up on the racks" with the gynecologist, or bent over the cinder blocks at the protologists- having your "tires" pressed painfully flat in search of lumps or yawning your hood wide open in the dentist's chair- the entire process leaves all dignity behind, exposing all in the indelicate process of restoration. And if my dentist isn't a member on alt.com he's missing the chance to further explore his natural appetite for inflicting a bit-o-pain! Seems my joke about my young lover's hard little body being so tight you could chip a tooth on his ass......is robbed of all humor when it's my tired little butt that's strapped for hours in the dental chair! Now with all the advanced technologies, silicone and computer chips I lean back and just dream of the days when all it took was a screwdriver, some WD-40, a shadetree mechanic and Charlene's brother to have my engine up and humming in no time flat!(sigh)


overworkedloon 57M
400 posts
9/21/2005 1:42 pm

I hope you're happy. Now I have another smart witty blog to add to my watch list. As if I have enough time in the day to keep up.

Welcome to blogdom, may all your posts be happy ones.

I am so glad I have outdoor plumbing, if you know what I mean....LOL


NWEXPOSER 65M

9/26/2005 8:45 pm

You're a perfect match for me It's hell as our part wear out. tho it hasn't stop my pure passion for totally pleasing you.


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9/28/2005 12:04 am

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melliot888 65M
4 posts
10/26/2005 11:34 am

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rm_lickmepretty 52F
851 posts
11/18/2005 6:45 pm

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