Say It With Corsets

Straight Girl: “Oh my God, this place smells so good.”

Gay Best Friend: [to me] “It’s her first time in a leather bar.”

Straight Girl: “I LOVE THAT MERRY WIDOW. Birthday. October.” [She marches out of the store.]

Gay Best Friend: “…”

[Ed. Note: Although he said nothing verbally, the look on his face read, “I have no idea which garment she was pointing at, I am not entirely sure I know what a merry widow actually is, and even if I did, I could’ve sworn her birthday was in December.”]

Me: “We also sell gift cards.”

Gay Best Friend: “Oh, thank you.”

Another common law marriage saved. I should really start billing for partnership counseling.

Author: Thumper (MJ)

Thumper Marjorie Forge is a Gardnerian High Priest, an initiate of the Minoan Brotherhood, a devout Discordian, a recovering alcoholic, and a notary public

3 thoughts on “Say It With Corsets”

  1. I’m not a fan of merry widows. Or anything with cups, really. I’m disproportionately endowed, so unless I spend my tuition money on something custom, they never fit right. I am all about the underbust and waist cinchers, though. I’m partial to anything that looks like the world’s most uncomfortable belt.

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    1. Amen to that. They’re made for a B cup only, even in plus sizes, yet they somehow make them look like they can fit models who have larger breasts in the ads. It’s a frustrating challenge!

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