Tuesday, 30 December 2008

Clips, clasps and slight of hand

Why is it that men think nothing of topping up the oil on the car, changing a wheel, fixing the plumbing, yet struggle with the most basic tasks....tasks which it's fair to say would normally be in their interests to get right. Is it universal or just some men, are bras, suspenders, basques, corselets too technological or do they just get butterfingered in their haste.

Then there's when you take off your bra entirely from underneath a shirt or sweater without taking the sweater off, I did exactly that last night just to loosen up, it took all of 20 secs and P just looked in awe as my bra came out of my left sleeve and landed on the sofa next to him. ''That's better,'' I said, ''You'll have to show me how you do that one day,'' said he rubbing the still warm bra strap between thumb and forefinger.

I just smiled and bent to pick it up when his hand clasped over my right breast, ''Just checking that wasn't one you keep for special effects like conjurors do,'' he said as he started rolling my nipple approvingly, apparently satisfied that I was no longer supported, it was sending shivers all over me, I (love my nipples being played with).........



Anonymous said...

Hi Ronnie:
I am glad to see that you are feeling a bit better. So many people were sick over the holidays...Yuck! Great question...here's a thought, I think perhaps the plumbing, car, changing a tire etc is easier, because the blood flow stays in the brain, rather than flowing to below the belt for the fun activities after the removal of all of thosse lovely garments you mention. I really need to do some lingerie shopping!
Take care,
Andrades Girl

Jflame said...

Of course the opposite also begs the question, Why are some men too good at this?
Example - Your'e standing at the bar, getting a round of drinks when he walks up behind you and undoes your bra in 2.3 seconds.
Lets just face it. There are things about men that us women are not meant to understand, there in lies the element of desire.
Or in some cases the element of repulsion.

Argh!!! Help, I'm chanelling Darwin or someone!!!
Hugs, Jay

The Headmaster said...

Years or practice - that's all it takes!

ronnie said...

Andrades hi - yes I am much better thank you.

I loved your below the belt answer, very good. Exciting times for you dear girl.

Jay hello to you - your better as well I hear, great, I'm glad.
I must have led a sheltered life, never had anybody come up behind me and do that. Probably a good thing because I would have more than likely turned round and punched him.

Headmaster - welcome, I am glad you returned as I remember you leaving a comment on an earlier post but somehow it got deleted. Sorry.
You have had plenty of practice I take it it?

Thanks for stopping by, always lovely to see you all.

Bye for now

Brambleberry Blush said...

I have to ask...what is a basques? I'm assuming it's British terminology for something I know, but for the life of me, I can't figure it out!

Glad to know that you're feeling better. Let the spankings resume!


ronnie said...

Dear Carly, thanks, much better now.

No spanking for me, family around, and away on visits so I am keeping by fingers crossed for one very soon.

Basques are just more or less the same as corsets Carly.


Anonymous said...

Hi Ronnie:
You've re-decorated a bit. I love it. Gettin a "little behind" in your work are you.
I just came by to wish you A Wonderful Healthy & Happy & Spankful New Year
Take Care,
Andrades Girl

ronnie said...

Dear Andrades, thanks for stoping by, thought I would put a little happy new year picture. Glad ou liked it.

Best wishes to you and your husband Andrades, I hope 2009 is a very healthy and happy one for you both.

Love Ronnie

PS - I cant wait for a spanking I am getting withdraw symptoms.