Monday, January 31, 2011

Breaking My Own Rules?

As you know, fellow Prowlers, I have my own set of rules for my extramarital activities. Basically, I like a semblance of order in my life, and these rules help me maintain some control in an area of my life that can quickly and easily fly out of control.

I got a DM on Twitter yesterday, followed by some email and a couple of photos, from a rather intriguing man. He said a couple of things that instantly grabbed my attention and separated him from the hundreds of other random DMs and emails I get, most of which use the worst pickup lines imaginable. No, I'm not going to tell you what he said that got me wet...uh...I my attention. You'll have to expend a little of your own creative effort.

Anyway, his DMs made me smile.  I replied.  His response made me chuckle.  Back and forth it went briefly a few times. Good clean fun.  Well, maybe not squeaky clean, but clean enough. Then the photos came.  Nice, very nice.

Then it materialized.  One word. One simple word that made me start to wonder if I would ever get to run my hands along those strong broad shoulders and feel those lips sucking on my clit until I screamed. One word that smacked me back into reality.

What single word is powerful enough to do that, you ask?



Rule number 1:  Married men only. Non-negotiable. Too much can go wrong with single men.  Non-negotiable. They don't have as much to lose in the relationship. Non-negotiable.  It throws off the whole power balance.  Non-negotiable.

But this one is so cute.  Maybe?  And smart and creative. Maybe. And I already want to straddle him and ride him hard even though I just barely learned about his existence.  How often does that happen?  Maybe.

No.  If I break the rules for this one, the flood gates will open and I'll end up making a mistake and getting caught, and then I lose my family.  No way.  Non-negotiable.

I'm sure he's reading this right now, and he's thinking I'm a crazy woman for vacillating so much on this issue.  I'm sure he understands how critical it is.  He was married once, right?  Sure he understands, but he's going to want a definitive answer from me so he doesn't waste his time.

So here it is....

They're my rules.  I can break them if I want.  ;-)



Master_Vyle said...

In My experience, whether they are simple things or big things, when you start to break your own rules you eventually end up with the worst train wreck possible.

-Master Vyle

Anonymous said...

It's a slippery slope; don't do it!

Mediocrity said...

True. I've broken and am still breaking many of my own rules. I haven't been burned, but it is playing with fire.

Master_Vyle said...

Once more, SEE ABOVE!

-Master Vyle

Kat said...

Thanks, Friends, for your feedback. I know the right thing to do, of course, but sometimes I just don't want to do it!

JerZey Girl said...

Damn! Again I am in a similar situation here. Don't know what to do. My guy is a pilot. Is that some sort of a loophole???

Oh, and he has a really beautiful dog.

What should I do?

Anonymous said...

Hey Kat,

Perhaps this quote from General Willard Scott of the US Army is tempting?

"Any fool can follow a rule. God gave him a brain to know when to break that rule."

Monica said...

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