Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Lucian confessed that he finds 50’s era women’ lingerie exciting, and though he hadn’t requested that I wear some, I knew that he would appreciate it. So it was that I found myself rummaging through the vintage stores in search of bullet bras, open bottom girdles and full slips.

Elyse found watching me dress and trying to find a dress to wear that fit properly, hilarious. Finally I started laughing and realized how much I appreciated modern fabrics and construction techniques. I finally settled on an evening suit for my date and I was off.

We went to a play and dinner after. Because of the difference in our ages, he is in his sixties and looks it; and L enjoys little displays of public affection, I sometimes feel a bit self-conscious and think that everyone is commenting on me. Lucian seems blithely unaware of this and so we go about our evening.

Later at his apartment he begins to undress me and when he discovers what I’m wearing he smiles. And then with some embarrassment asked me to strike a number of sexy poses while he watches, penis in hand. Lucian often suffers from flaccidness, but not last night



Blogger Garrison Steelle said...

That was VERY considerate of you! I assume he showed his appreciation appropriately. :)


5:25 PM  
Anonymous NCTRNL said...

I was going to say the same thing. It is very considerate of you to do that. I can't even imagine how happy you made him. Thoughtfulness is the most important thing...

5:52 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Yes Lucian was generous. As far as being considerate, some may also view it as manipulative. Then there are two sides to every coin


6:56 PM  
Blogger Pete from Cal said...

No wonder you are good at what you do because you are so thoughtful and considerate. Your clients definitely appreciate the little things that you do to enjoy their time with you even more. I know I tease about your 'heart of gold' but it is true. :) "Considerate you are, yes; manipulative you're not" as Yoda would say. :P

8:53 PM  
Anonymous DTG xxoo said...

I think you guys should maybe **listen** to Kim for a change, instead of just fawning all over her.

If a woman does something mainly out of the goodness of her "heart of gold", that's "considerate". If she does it for pay, it's business--- which would not necessarily mean that she is not a nice person. Kim is.

Just please grow up, darlings.


DTG xxoo

2:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, but there's business, and then there's business done well. In a service industry, it's critical to go that extra mile. It's the difference between a good job and one really well done.

Not to get into the psycho-sexual history of near elderly clients, but there was a world of intimate associations this gent probably grew up with, things he found exciting in his youth that just simply no longer exist. For Kim to help recreate that type of tableau for him to enjoy probably took a good deal of extra time and effort, and I'm certain it was well appreciated.

They're just not making those 40-50 year old 'foundation garments' anymore. This is one reason why Betty Page is still popular, decades after she left the scene. This extra effort was obviously very important to L., and worth it to try and do the archaeology necessary to please a good client.

This was above and beyond the call of duty I say!---VJ.

7:53 AM  
Blogger Kim said...

Ah, gee thanks DTG, I think :)

I'm going to continue this as a new post.


3:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I disagree with DTG. I know Kim does it from a business stand point, which is good business, but she is going above and beyond. There are ladies who want repeat business but not willing to put the extra effort/thoughtfulness into the preparation of a meeting. Overall, Kim's thoughtfulness is not limited to business but also in real life as it is obvious from her other posts. Do I detect some envy? :) j/k

7:55 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Not that DTG needs defending, but knowing something about her I'd find much to envy.


1:46 PM  
Anonymous DTG xxoo said...

Heh. I knew my ears were burning for a reason.

Kim, yes, my original comment was a sincere compliment.

VJ and j/k, this is Business 101, boys: in the service industry, whether you're waiting tables or sucking cocks, going "the extra mile" or "above and beyond the call of duty" is a tried-and-true business strategy for ensuring repeat business. Not to mention maximising tips.

Don't kid yourselves. Kim is smarter than all of you put together.


DTG xxoo

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alright DTG, you convinced me it is more "will of steel" than "heart of gold." And I've no doubt you are right about Kim or women, for that matter, being "smarter than all of us put together." But what a way to go being "manipulated" by a smart and attractive vixen with a "heart of gold." Haha... j/k :)

8:34 PM  

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