Mae West and the famous fifteen hours
Posted Mon Aug 29, 2005 07:36 PM
Ted, aged 26 [Mae was 35], was slender, with an attractive personality. We were mutually attracted, and developed an overwhelming desire for each other, but it was six months before it was convenient for me to get together with him.
We hardly needed to say a word. He took my arm after the show and we went to my hotel suite. We were in each other's arms as soon as the doors closed. We both felt the special urges of our desires and neither was a prude. Our first frenzied meeting lasted from late on a Saturday night until 4:00 the next afternoon.
I had experienced other men who had performed as ardent lovers, but never for a period of fifteen hours. Ted said he was astounded and pleased at his own abilities. He had never experienced such a thing in his life before. I had learned it is impossible to judge or anticipate what a man's capacity for love can be under certain conditions--the right and proper conditions, as these were.
I have been as frank as print permits. And I have set down an experience of a great single moment in my life as if it were a clinical experiment. It was much, much more, but words cannot convey it--not here. Prose is not enough.
Posted Mon Aug 29, 2005 08:41 PM
Posted Mon Aug 29, 2005 09:07 PM
nice grab mari...
Posted Tue Aug 30, 2005 12:46 AM
Posted Tue Aug 30, 2005 03:38 PM
but what a fox...that's the 'old style' of beauty that doesnt get a whole lot of attention these days...