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Thursday, 10 November 2011

Jane Austen Out takes 3


Content in the belief that she had saved Harriet from a life of drudgery as the wife of the farmer, Mr. Martin , Emma drifted into a blissful and contented sleep. Harriet could barely contain a wry smile as she pretended to read while Mr Martin, hidden beneath her voluminous skirts, pleasured her love button with the skillful tongue acquired through a lifetime spent in animal husbandry. Unbeknownst to both Harriet and Martin was the preacher, Mr Knightly who, under Emma's voluminous skirts and having not the slightest clue as to the delights of the female anatomy, was paralytically and silently praying for any help he could get.

(Jane's editor thought this a bit uncalled for)


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5 comments:

  1. Bloody brilliant Greg! Even before I scrolled down to read the words, I was on the same wavelength. Keep up the great work x

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  2. That Jane Ausen was just a trollop.
    Dirty. Dirty. Dirty.

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  3. @flip......and what's wrong with a girl being dirty every now and then?

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  4. I agree with Flip. Thank goodness she had a good editor. Who would have thought that beneath her prim and proper exterior there was such a smutty mind?.

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  5. The quiet ones are always the worst..... x

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