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Well, the truth is, it's ten times more of a rush when I put it into words.
Furthermore, some of my overnight guests will probably appreciate a little background info. I never expected to receive a serious response to either of the ads.
It might also be amusing to let the cows read it as a stimulating glimpse of things to come! My favorite so far is, "Dining on Crystal." Is that sick or what? In the first place, they were so bizarre, who could take them at face value?
In the second place, I placed them in the personals of a couple of those sleazy pulp zines that come wrapped in plastic so you can't peek before you buy, and are shoehorned in amongst the sex toys and videos in "adult" book stores.
Even buried among the dozens of fulsome blurbs from wanna-be doms and subs looking for playmates, they leaped off the page as if printed in shocking pink: I tagged it with an e-mail address, one of those freebies you can use for surfing the naughty net sites so you don't get your working address cluttered up with spam offering products that promise to add an extra three inches to your natural endowment. Two were from women (or so they claimed), but they assumed I wanted to set up a bdsm scene.
One wanted to know if it was just bondage or if any pain was involved, and where she'd be displayed.
The following is a series of excerpts taken from a computer in the office of the Byron L.The other wanted to know if there was a modeling fee and how much. This time I put the ad in five magazines and even found a bdsm web site willing to run it (after I assured them it was for research purposes only).They were worth a couple of zesty e-mail exchanges. Maybe you remember seeing it: Young, attractive female wanted to volunteer as the featured course at a discrete private banquet.I ran them under "Men looking for Women." As the Advertising Manager for a Boston area newspaper I happen to know a thing or two about advertising in general and the personals in particular, and I honestly believed no real live woman would respond to such an ad, or even read it in the first place.