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
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