Post by papilio28570 on Oct 4, 2018 22:10:13 GMT -8
In 1971 I was attacked by two women in their early 20s. I was living with them in a trailer park in Florida. They were the wife and a sister of a friend who was hospitalized for several months. They snuck into my bedroom one night, yanked back the covers and began to pull my pajama bottoms off. I fought desperately to keep my pajama bottoms on. They were laughing uncontrollably.
I too was in my early 20s and laughing my ass off. Eventually, not wanting to rip my pajama bottoms, I finally relented and they succeeded in stripping them off me. I wondered what would happen next....
What kind of a bendo are you posting ### like this on this forum??
Well, this is "The Porch Light" section, and swear words were not used. It is sort of topical given the current political discussion in the USA about the Supreme Court nomination and the "me too" movement.
I met Ms Betty at church. I was 20 and she was 19. We married in August of 1965. 53 years later the magic is still their. And, I was a Lepidopterist before she met me. Although I slowed down when we married, she has never really complained, (A little every now and then.) But since I retired, I have taken it up a notch or two. I have two sons. Neither has any interest in Lepidoptera. However, we all like to fish.
How many of you can say the same for your wife or wives?
Post by papilio28570 on Oct 5, 2018 20:38:37 GMT -8
I think you realize that you are a lucky man.
Lifelong marriage is becoming more rare here in the USA. The few married couples that I know who are still married after 50 or 60+ years struggle to find tranquility in their relationship. The love seems to be gone, but the commitment remains...a partnership in building the same wall between them.
I'm in my third marriage which has survived 34 years so far. The first two marriages couldn't withstand the pressures of a military career.
That's awesome Leroy. I have only been married 11 years, but am very happy and look forward to many more years. My grandparents, who both turned 96 this year, just celebrated 73 years of marriage last month!
”It will be found an unjust and unwise jealousy to deprive a man of his natural liberty upon the supposition he may abuse it.”