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1st thing in the morning till I see if the wishcard comes out or Ill try pairing
the lady herself and see if he comes out Ill read and study all I can find or
learn a bit off by heart if I knew who he likes so he wont think me stupid if
he thinks all women are the same and I can teach him the other part Ill make
him feel all over him till he half faints nnder me then hell write about me lover
and mistress publicly too with our 2 photographs in all the papers when he
becomes famous O but then what am I going to do about him though
       no thats no way for him has he no manners nor no refinement nor
no nothing in his nature slapping us behind like that on my bottom
because I didnt call him Hugh the ignoramus that doesnt know poetry from
a cabbage thats what you get for not keeping them in their proper place
pulling off his shoes and trousers there on the chair before me so barefaced
without even asking permission and standing out that vulgar way in the half
of a shirt they wear to be admired like a priest or a butcher or those old
hypocrites in the time of Julius Caesar of course hes right enough in his
way to pass the time as a joke sure you might as well be in bed with what
with a lion God Im sure hed have something better to say for himself
an old Lion would O well I suppose its because they were so plump and
tempting in my short petticoat he couldnt resist they excite myself sometimes
its well for men all the amount of pleasure they get off a womans body
were so round and white for them always I wished I was one myself for
a change just to try with that thing they have swelling upon you so hard and
at the same time so soft when you touch it my uncle John has a thing long
I heard those cornerboys saying passing the corner of Marrowbone lane my
aunt Mary has a thing hairy because it was dark and they knew a girl was
passing it didnt make me blush why should it either its only nature and he
puts his thing long into my aunt Marys hairy etcetera and turns out to be you
put the handle in a sweepingbrush men again all over they can pick and
choose what they please a married woman or a fast widow or a girl for their
different tastes like those houses round behind Irish street no but were to be
always chained up theyre not going to be chaining me up no damn fear once I start
I tell you for stupid husbands jealousy why cant we all remain friends over
it instead of quarrelling her husband found it out what they did together
well naturally and if he did can he undo it hes coronado anyway whatever
he does and then he going to the other mad extreme about the wife in Fair
Tyrants of course the man never even casts a 2nd thought on the husband or
wife either its the woman he wants and he gets her what else were we given