May 4, 2002

Today, after a guy I met through and I had sex, I told him I’d had a delightful time and would love to do it again some time. He said, “I like you, but I think I may not be enough of a top for you.” Meaning, of course, “You are not enough of a top for me.”

Ordinarily, I wouldn’t be bothered by this, but the title of my ad is “tight bottom.” I mean, how much clearer can you get than that?

It’s okay, he misspelled “moniker” in his e-mail to me, so I had already written him off anyway.

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One Response to Today, after a guy I

  1. Convivia says:

    “Monicker” is also a correct spelling, you know. I prefer “moniker,” as does every right-thinking person, but “monicker” is not actually *wrong.*

    Why don’t you save me some pie?




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