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post #1 of 1 Old 07-10-2012, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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"take off my dress" he did.

A pretty young widow decided she needed to hire a gentleman to take care of various chores that her husband had previously attended to.she would offer free room and board for his services.
After interviewing several men, she decided to hire a pleasant fella who made it clear to her that he was gay, and at times he might choose to go out on the town.-wanting to be certain his prospective employer was cool with that. The widow thought it a bonus as she wanted chores done..without being hit on.
Several weeks went by and each was very happy with one another. The woman finally said,"you haven't taken a day off in several weeks-please take the afternoon and night off". He agreed.
Late that night, the gentleman finally got home around two am. The woman, who was worried that it was so late, stayed up waiting for him in her library.when he entered the room, she said "Mark come over here and please take off my shoes-he did.She said please take off my dress-he did. My underwear-he did. "and Mark if I ever catch you wearing my friggin clothes again, your fired"!

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