Tuesday, February 15, 2011

V Day


Hello Readers! How was your Valentine's Day? Was it romantic; sexy; naughty? Hopefully it was all of those things. I'm definitely a romantic type. I love to shower my girl with all the silly things I can think of. Part of me hates the commercialism that the "holiday" has come to represent, but the rest of me likes doing something nice for someone I love. Of course you don't need to spend much to have a great and romantic day (any time of year), just use your imagination.

I happened to see part of a local TV talk show just prior to Valentine's day and what got my attention was that they had a pretty little box with lingerie in it. It was a special teddy from VS with large hearts for the breast cups. It looked kind of silly to me and not really sexy (although on the right girl...). Anyway, what interested me a lot was that the male co host seemed fascinated by it. He kept holding it up and looking at it, feeling the material. It came with a feathered heart wand too, which he also seemed to like. The female cohosts on the set (it was a live show) seemed slightly embarrassed by it and kept teasing the male and saying things like, "you're scaring me" or "OK, that's enough of that". I found their overall reaction to the lingerie to be puzzling. They seemed to act as though they didn't like it, yet they couldn't stop talking about it. I think that they really thought it was sexy and a turn on and would like to wear it for their man, but at the same time didn't want to show that in public. To me, I would have much preferred it if they were more honest about the whole thing rather than play middle school games. At any rate, I did like that they at least showed the lingerie as a V day suggestion, and I enjoyed thinking of what the ladies might look like in that teddy!

3 comments:

Pantymaven said...

I watch a fair amount of Leno and am always amazed at how he manages to get a random comment in about peeing...It was few years ago when he was interviewing a young starlet who had recently been in her first "runway" show (Oscar... Golden Globes... etc). She was telling him how nervous she had been and he asked something like "nervous enough to embarrass yourself?" I couldn't believe it when she leaned forward and said "yes" and you could clearly see that she was, again, embarrassed. If you happen to catch things right there's a lot of "stuff" on TV (cable).

Anonymous said...

PM: It's an extra thrill to see something where it's not expected for some reason. I guess that's part of why I like seeing VPLs and upskirts.

-Badside

Sheen V said...

I agree!