Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Ogling! Sweet Peccadillo!

It must be the sickening feeling of the fingers of a person’s eyes running slowly over your stiffening body, unclasping hidden clips and straps, and blissfully pinching on your privy. Pretty people pretend to hate the craving regard of another. You are blazoned not half bad with a comely face and an electric body; you should suffer no affront even if a grisly, gangrenous ogre ogled you.

If a woman (any woman) kindly found some delicious chip of any part of me, I would be glorious glad to offer her fulsome eyefuls of more visual fricassee :-) We are all withering works of art; so why should we not make it an uppity weathering? :-) You really should turn off your overheating ohmmeter, and strike a radiant light every magical moment an enchanted pair of eyes hounds your Royal Highness :-)

11 comments:

  1. I didnt see you give that girl somewhere in Mataheko, Accra, fulsome eyefuls when she commented on your "sexy eyes" - exactly the way she put it.

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  2. Kiz, I did not give her eyefuls because she was doing more than ogling and flirting. She was hunting, and I am not available! :-)

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  3. Sweet friend, let's not fool ourselves.

    There's a great difference between when a puma gives you an eyeful and when a rat does the same. I think you'll agree that you won't be equally flattered each time. Remember the sweaty girl at salsa night?

    The sad thing is that both in the animal kingdom, generally, and among humans, there are more rats than pumas!

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  4. And I thought Ghanaian rats were more benign

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  5. I wouldnt really mind be they oglings from rats or pu-mamas! sshhhhhhhhh...

    but I prefer it the other way round...I should be the one doing the eyeing! for aesthetic reasons only and more!

    yeah!!!

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  6. Somehow the difference between a rat or a puma in range is hardly conforting. There's no choice between a virulent plague and a mauling. Maybe ogling a bad thing afterall :-)

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  7. Novisi,
    are you a begger and therefore not a chooser? ;)

    Nana Yaw, I see a great difference in the heart racing feeling of being ogled by a puma even though you know that a few seconds later you may be mauled by it. Why else do women fall for baaad men who end up maltreating them?
    (NB: not all bad men are pumas, but most pumas are baaaaad)

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  8. Its always about bad men, huh?
    As if a brother never felt prey to a malignant female rat.

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  10. Novisi, up to your defence, man! Maya, being a woman, the first line can be "men are from Mars and Women, Venus".

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  11. Yes, Kiz. The girl who ogled my "sexy eyes", for example, was a cane rat (alias grasscutter) trying to prey on me :-)

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