Curvy

Skinny, scrawny girls aren’t where it’s at. Lately the overwhelming trend being foisted upon society at large is for women to appear as though they happen to be strung out on heroin. Little toothpick slim girls with dark circles under their eyes and rib cages barely visible through their emaciated skin don’t do it for me. Every time I see a girl like that it always makes me think she recently made a successful escape from a Nazi death camp. Doesn’t anybody feed these women? Not only do they look unhealthy as hell, but who in the world wants to get down and dirty with a toothpick skinny female that makes you feel like you are hugging a cyclone fence post? “Not I,” said the king.

That’s one of the reasons I like Autumn. She’s got curves in all the right places. Curvy is good. When Autumn is wearing a tight top with a knee length skirt and some cute shoes on her feets she looks great. Friday nights when I head over to Autumn’s place after work she frequently goes out of her way to dress up a little bit and put on some bright blood red lipstick. I got a thing for her wearing that bright red lipstick. Drives me nuts actually. When she’s really going all out Autumn will also do up some black eye liner 1960s style. I love it. Seeing her like that makes me forget instantly if I’ve had a rough week at work, or a particularly shitty Friday. She could ask me for almost anything done up like that and I’d probably do it.

Sometimes, things are pretty good.

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~ by factorypeasant on May 2, 2006.

3 Responses to “Curvy”

  1. damn, j0o had to say feet!
    toes!
    toes!
    toes!
    toes!
    didja ever let her trample grapes?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

    *belch*

    p0ot

  2. grape trampling was not allowed.

    f00.

  3. Wow! Semi permanent make up has alot of uses! But did you know that a woman consumes over 4 to 9 lbs of lipstick in her lifetime! Here is the link that I found that shows all of the research:

    http://www.lipink.com/lipstick_wax_s/6510.htm&Click=33586–>

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