don’t worry, bullwhip wll come soon
WHILE EDGING THAT DUCT TAPED LAD: ask him “Ever wonder where duct tape came from? Well, you can’t cum until you hear!"
The honest-to-goodness-real idea for duct came came from Vesta Stoudt, a mother with two sons serving in the Navy in WW II. While working in an ammunition plant, Stoudt had the idea that cloth tape would come off ammunition boxes quicker than the thin paper tape the Navy used. Sealing the boxes was a simple process; about the last thing anyone would think to improve or changed. However, Vesta felt her idea could save lives, possibly the lives of her sons.
Her bosses thought her idea was good, but didn’t feel the idea was worth pursuing … ‘cause, you know, Vesta was a woman…
So the determined Vesta wrote directly to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. She told the President that her idea : “… worked fine, I showed it to different government inspectors they said it was all right, but I could never get [the Navy] to change tape.”
She said: “I have two sons out there some where, one in the Pacific Island the other one with the Atlantic Fleet. You have sons in the service also. We can’t let them down by giving them a box of cartridges that takes a minute or more to open, the enemy taking their lives, that could have been saved. Now your son, my son and our neighbor’s son must pull [the paper] tape off some way, perhaps with his teeth or his knife if he is lucky enough to have one, nine chance out of ten he hasn’t any. Had the box been taped with a strong cloth tape that can be opened in a split second. I didn’t know who to write to Mr. President, so have written you hoping for your boys, my boys, and every man that uses the rifle grenade, that this package of rifle cartridges may be taped with the correct tape.”
Since the President was a Democrat, someone listened.
In about two weeks, Vesta received a response that the Navy was going to fast track her idea. Then a letter arrived asking her to send any other ideas she had in the future. And finally a letter saying her recommendation for the new tape had been approved and was “of exceptional merit.” A Colonel Stribling wrote her: “It is cooperation of this type that will win the war.” [“and be used for decades to teach hot sub bottoms to cooperate as they should” - source unconfirmed on last part, Ed]
Vesta Stoudt showed that one persistent diva with an idea can make a difference. And persistent edging and denial can make a difference too! … Oh, who are we kidding, edging doesn’t make a bit of difference. It’s just fun.
One woman made your bondage sex life what it is. (Two if you count your overbearing mother and her response to your emotionally distant father) that means everyone who served – and/or continues to serve – in the military, in a poorly-lit play room, or on the stage at Black Party owes our fierce Vesta Stoudt a debt of gratitude. So, the next time you’re duct taping up signs at your son’s Eagle Scout meeting, teaching legal age teenagers to make duct tape wallets and drag prom dresses, or just making your boyfriend shut up for a few minutes so you can watch a movie: take a second to thank Vesta Stoudt for her indispensable contribution to modern life. Then edge that hot sub bitch a little closer.
[all information has been freely plagiarized from other sources and I thank them… but since they’re on the down low, I don’t want to give them away. If you don’t believe any of this: google that shit, then send me an apology, boi]
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Be immersed in a different world!
Yes PLEASE Sir!!
So hot….. You are already tied up, strapped down in heavy leather, now…. The hood is added….. And you are totally subdued! All control gone.