The other day my girlfriend and I were downtown to catch a Tango show.
On our way to the show just across from the Sony Centre as we were crossing the street there was a young gal in front of us at the crosswalk waiting for the light to turn. It was a bit windy and kind of cool out. I noticed that her skater skirt was so short that her thigh high stocking lace was showing. You know…the lace at the very top of the stockings? Well it was showing by about 2 inches. That is how short the skirt was.
I thought, "Wow, that is a bit daring!"
But is wasn't until we actually started to cross the street did I realize just to what extent this 20 something had taken it.
As the wind picked up it swooshed up her barely there skirt and flash her naked (oh yeah) naked ass! And before you ask…no she definitely was not a hooker.
I imagine she was wearing some kind of a thong but I couldn't see from that angle.
My first thought was, "I do not want to sit where-ever she has been sitting!" (germophobe that I am)
My next thought was, "Good God! Isn't she cold?"
Freezing your ass off was taking on a whole new meaning.
Then I worried that maybe some of the cars turning would have an accident as the men cranked their necks around to see the butt flashing. She was a walking car accident waiting to happen.
She didn't even make any real effort to pull down the skirt either. A feeble slight hand gesture towards it was all we got. I mean she must have felt the wind whipping against her butt cheeks.
I thought, "Suzanne…don't be such a prude! She must be on her way to meet her beau and they are planning a super sexy rendezvous after an evening of erotically infused Tango dancing."
I was shocked, shocked I tell you when I saw that in fact it was her parents she was meeting!
We were inside by that time so I wouldn't be subjected to anymore cheek flashing unless someone walked by her too quickly.
I will say this, I was very happy not to be sitting beside her. I imagine the whole show she would have been squirming and fidgeting around on that itchy wool seat cover.
Dress & Handbag- 1950's vintage, Shoes – Miss L Fire Anthropologie, Jean blazer – Reitmans, Flower – handmade
Here I am doing my levitating trick without fear of a wardrobe malfuntion.
What do you think? Are younge women dressing too provocatively now?
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