Posted by Seamus on February 29, 2000 at 10:39:39:
In Reply to: Re: Problems in the Corncrib posted by Hurry Harry on February 29, 2000 at 09:51:11:
Harry, old chap! I'm sure enough gettin' the treatment, I am. I haven't seen the lass dance yet, but I can tell you that when we were on the trail she was not shy at showing her fine, exquisite calves and a bit above when we would step upon a rock or leap a small stream. When she walks, her lovely hips roll back and forth like two bear cubs in a sack, not that I noticed....and the way she thrusts her head out and kinda flips her lovely dark hair, well, .....She did, I might add,when we would sit and rest, allow her gown to slip from her shoulders a bit, not that I was looking for it, mind you, but when it's thrust upon you, one cannot help but admire things, you know. But, the most beguiling thing about her is her perfume! I kinna describe it, but it is the MOST intoxicating female odor I have ever beheld! It kinda grabs your attention ...and...well...oh! MY! It causes stirrings which... Sorry, Harry! I gotta go. The Captain is coming my way and he looks like he's all business. Maybe he needs me to go on a scout ...remind me to tell you about the two nights we camped on our way to Augusta...
: Ah, Seamus. Sounds like your gettin' the treatment.
: Does she dance? And when she dances kicks up her heels
: 'n shows her calves and more? When you're sittin' with
: her does her gown slip and show her shoulder? 'Tis
: treachery and don't ye doubt it. Something happens
: and I don't know what it is. Somehow on this side
: o' the ocean they forget their place. They become willful
: and devious. Fight it, man.
: Hurry Harry
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