A Gentlelady Is Hard To Spot

January 7th, 2010

A gentleman is always looking for his mirror image in female form; a woman cut from the same silk cloth as he himself: The gentlelady. But in this day and age of posturing and prudishness, what qualities truly make the gentlelady stand out? Is it her dainty laugh? The size of her dowry? The number of suitors vying for her favor? While there is never a tell tale sign identifying members of this rare breed, you can bet your bottom dollar that if the woman in question eloquently refers to sexual intercourse as “doing it,” enjoys blackout-inducing levels of drinking and will only humble herself to hang her head when vomiting into her ex’s toilet (no doubt the porcelain thrown of a gentleman!), she is, indeed, a lady of the gentlest variety.

VicariousVixen: WTF!! What happened last night! And why haven’t you responded to my texts??
RogueDame: hiiii sorry! i’ve been super emo today. i slept with the Ex last night.
VicariousVixen: omg
RogueDame: i was so, so, so drunk. don’t remember doing it with him.
VicariousVixen: holyyyysmokesssss
RogueDame: hahahaa
VicariousVixen: wait wait need more info please.
RogueDame: i don’t really remember! he was exactly the same. we had a great time.
RogueDame: he said i was being really funny. that when we were doing it i kept getting on top and stopping and saying, DON’T YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT FEELINGS?!?!
VicariousVixen: SHUTTHEFRONTDOOR.SLAM IT!!! bahahahahahah
RogueDame: and i slapped him
VicariousVixen: how did that go over??
RogueDame: he liked it
RogueDame: although he said this morning that it really hurt
RogueDame: but not as bad as when he spanked me. BAHAHAAAAAA
VicariousVixen: hahaha you MANHANDLED HIM!!!
RogueDame: i let him know who’s boss
RogueDame: then spent the morning in his bathroom, throwing up beet salad and tequila
VicariousVixen: hot. mess.

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2 Responses to A Gentlelady Is Hard To Spot

  1. would she be considered a “broad”?

  2. emily: I too cannot read off a cumeotpr screen for any length of time. The Kindle and other e-readers use a different screen technology. The pages on the Kindle look very much like paper. I had high hopes for the technology when it was released and they were pretty much fulfilled. I can read the Kindle for hours where I can only read a cumeotpr screen for 15-20 minutes before eye-fatigue sets in.Lilian:You can back up your kindle easily enough just by plugging it into a cumeotpr and using drag and drop. If you drop a book into a bath it won’t survive either. As far as children in third world countries and device manufacture, paper mills aren’t exactly the safest work environment. And to address the point of obsolesence, this is much less of a problem now. Over the last decade more and more technologies are backwards compatible (Blue-Ray and DVD being a good example) and since this is an electronic format, software can always be used to upgrade previous versions of a book (in much the same way you can open a document created in Microsoft Word 1.0 with Word 11.0).And as for your comment re: 3D. Sorry but that is just not applicable here. The content of a book is 2D. There is no 3D there (other than the <1mm thick ink). Turning a page does not suddenly make the content 3D, one's imagination does that.I'm not trying to come off like an evangelist here though in effect that is exactly what I am. I understand the reluctance to give up a tangible thing like a book, but in the end it isn't the paper or the binding that makes a book worthwhile, it's the words. The first time I read Treasure Island it was a beat up softcover version that was missing a page here and there. The story exists in my head and the emotional state is something I remember and can re-capture by re-reading the book regardless of whether or not it's on paper, parchment, or a screen

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