"I’m not what I would think of as a ‘vindictive’ person, but I’d be lying if I didn’t have the tiniest flicker of satisfaction when flicking through the ‘new girl’ category on the website and seeing a certain someone I vaguely recognized.
I’ll admit, going after the same promotion as me is hardly the most heinous of crimes but, in my defence, I did warn her. Not my fault she didn’t take me seriously, is it? In fact - as I recall - she actively scoffed at the idea. Well, that didn’t get her very far.
Looking over her listed features I saw that they had hewed fairly closely to what I had specified, which was nice. Total obedience, a sunnier disposition, a better understanding of her place in life on top of all the standard sex stuff; the knowledge, the need, all that jazz. I believed they called that ‘the package’ in the business. Not that I’d know.
What wasn’t listed though was that one special thing I had asked them about, that little extra something that made it very, very tempting for me to find out for myself.
Because while it was one thing to have an upstart turned into something so vapid and empty just for getting in your way, it was something else to leave them just enough of themselves inside that pretty head for them to realize what had happened to them when they saw you.
I wanted to come up to her, have her look up at me and see that split-second of understanding recognition flicker through her eyes before all that programming takes over. I want that. It’s the little things, you know?
So hell, I thought, why not treat myself? I had got promoted, after all.”
Kathleen confided in him one night that she wished she could be taken more seriously. She had a young face and a petite build, but she wanted help to appear more professional, more assertive…somebody who would not be immediately dismissed because of her appearance.
He promised to help. However, once she left he made a call to somebody who owed him a big favor.
Kathleen never made it home that night. She disappeared for a while. Then one day she was in his apartment, naked, when he got home.
She didn’t hope she would be taken seriously anymore.
Anonymous asked: Regarding your night out with rules, perhaps it would be an easier challenge if you could only look at someone's' lips? Not only does it let you address someone when they speak to you, it is one of those body language behaviora that can convey sexual attraction. Appropriate for a bimbo's night out.
Hmmm…that might be easier. I dunno :) I like eyes.
waistwatcher83 asked: Cookie, Please ask Mr. C if he would consider buying you a neck corset to wear in conjunction with your waist corset. Something stiff and lacey and pretty to keep your posture perfect and your head upright and facing forward. I love them.
WTF is a neck corset?
Eek! No thanks…those are kinda scary looking!
Anonymous asked: There was a recent post from some guy about how he can't get a girlfriend and I feel for him. The idea that appearance is secondary to confidence is a huge pile of steaming garbage. Women want handsome men and will only connect on that level. Don't lie to some poor smuck when you all know that it's true. Even some of the bimbos on tumblr talk about getting in shape and suddenly men were throwing themselves before them.
I can only speak from my own perspective, of course, but confidence can go a looooooong way, so I have to disagree with you Mr. Shades. Sure, you won’t land a beautiful girl who is shallow, vain, superficial and bitchy, but she doesn’t seem worth it anyway.
Do I like looking at handsome men? Of course I do. They grab attention, it’s true. But you can grab my attention with confidence and a sense of humor as well. Then I’m looking at who you are, rather than what you look like.
We all have personal preferences and such, I understand that… but I know a lot of beautiful girls who are dating awesome guys who are not handsome. And you know what, I think those guys are way better, more fun to be around and easier to have a good time with than some guy who is devastatingly handsome but with the personality of a rock…or who is a giant douche because he knows he’s pretty.
But it’s not a mutually exclusive thing either. Hot guys can be awesome too. Ugly guys can be duds. But in my book, personality is what you build lasting and real relationships around.
You spelled schmuck wrong, btw.