Strangers Getting it on in Public …
By Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee/http://www.bestwriters.net/?mref=GrannyGee
Making out in public! Entertaining the masses! Let’s get it on … no matter who is watching! It doesn’t matter if we don’t know each other … let’s do it!
A man and woman met for the first time … fell to the ground in their own world. They began kissing passionately, their bodies trying to embed itself into the other.
Oh, the throes of passion … they were getting it on. Stranger or no stranger! Like dogs … animals who know no better … who are innocent of people … no matter where they are at … they … do it!
Two people just met, both were high on drugs. They were instantly attracted to each other, and forgot the world around them. They fell to the sidewalk in front of a dress shop in town where young girls were inside shopping for prom dresses.
The man, woman began rolling back and forwards, each pressing their bodies toward the other … lips locked in a lustful kiss. The man pulled the woman’s blouse off, next he pulled his pants off … he got down to business!
The young girls, and clerk were crowded at the window, watching this sight. One girl began videoing, another girl called the police.
The X-rated sight continued until the police arrived, took them into custody. They were amazed to find out … the man and woman didn’t know each other, and had … just met.
Truthfully, we are all like animals … we have grown up in different life styles … our parents teaching us how to behave in public. We learn all these wonderful skills we take for granted.
Truthfully, take away all our homes, comforts, food, cars … family, friends we know … we become animals that mean to survive. Of course, the man and woman weren’t trying to survive … I wonder if they were taught better than that.
My Gloria Opinion is … the drugs they were on, made them … forget the world around them. They were living solely on the feelings in their bodies at the moment. Oh, I’m not an expert at any of this … I am like you, I have an opinion. 🙂
Photos/true story owned, written by Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee/ @granny gee