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A Question…
Sunday, November 10th, 2013

Yes, tomorrow’s the official release date of Uniform Desires, but I think you already know what a great deal it is and about the huge contest the authors are running! So ’nuff said, right?

This post will be quick, because I have words to commit to the page. At the moment, I am flying through Mondo’s story in the Delta Heat series. So far, so good. He’s found the perfect girl—someone dying for his brand of kink—an unschooled subbie ready to be molded if he can teach her the joys of actually submitting heart and soul…

What is the worst first impression you’ve ever made? It could be something that happened in a job interview, a first date, anything. Have fun!

8 comments to “A Question…”

  1. Cindy Bartolotta
    · November 10th, 2013 at 11:04 am · Link

    I have been thinking of your question and honestly I can’t recall anything that was a bad first impression. I’d like to think my mom raised me to act in the best manner regardless of the situation.

  2. CJ
    · November 10th, 2013 at 11:09 am · Link

    I had moved in a week or two earlier and was out walking my german shepherd, the neighbor two homes down from me came out with his trash and so we introduced ourselves…and my dog lifted his leg and went on this guys leg. I was stunned and embarrassed (our dog Never did anything like this before). The mans face was priceless…and I began to laugh (because it was funny and because I was very embarrassed), the more I laughed the more embarrassed I became til I was almost rolling on the curb. Needless to say, this guy avoided use whenever we were out and about.


  3. Rachel Firasek
    · November 10th, 2013 at 11:14 am · Link

    My first time meeting my hubby. He thought I told him I was a senior in college–not in high school. When really, all I’d said was that I was in school. It was several dates before I realized he thought I was like 21 and not 17. oops. 🙂 Worked for me. I got him to stay even after coming clean. (promise, it was a totally innocent mistake.)

  4. CJ
    · November 10th, 2013 at 12:38 pm · Link

    P.S. I did apologize profusely; but laughing while doing so kind of negates the apology. 😳


  5. Jeannie Platt
    · November 10th, 2013 at 4:42 pm · Link

    I don’t think I ever made a bad first impression… I think the one time that I might of was when My Husband and I just got married and I was in the bathroom in his barracks room and they were doing inspections. Needless to say i was trapped in the bathroom (due to the doors being funny) so When I first met my husbands Ssgt I was coming out of the bathroom and he was like your not supposed to be here… I was like um… Hi I am Jeannie, Baker’s wife… nice to meet you… Then He looked at Hubby and said oh yeah you weren’t supposed to be here for inspection… Yeah this is what happens when hubby says sure babe you can pee i gotta grab some stuff out of my barracks anyway… marines uhhh lol

  6. Rachelle Lerner
    · November 11th, 2013 at 1:40 am · Link

    I was called to testify in court and I discovered runs in my stockings. I still remember that the lawyer introduced himself as Ben Casey.

  7. Josie Hink
    · November 11th, 2013 at 3:08 pm · Link

    When I was 18 I passed out on my first day of work at a bank because I was nervous and it was too hot, they sent me home. Two days later I was late to work due to car problems. Somehow they took a chance and I was there for four years.

    Josiehink122026 at gmail dot com

  8. Anne
    · November 12th, 2013 at 10:10 am · Link

    Two were job interviews. I fell once and tore up my knees which made me late and I was all sweaty too because I took public transportation. I got the job though.

    I also applied at the CIA or FBI and when I got there discovered the heels (the bottom, black parts) had come off my brand new NATURALIZER shoes and that the regular part of the heel was getting worn down and the leather coming apart. I was so angry because the shoes were about $50 twenty five or so years ago and the clerks were disbelieving/rude when I brought them back. I did not get that job.

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