the hand-wringer

I respected her and her opinion, an expert she sure was, on all things that mattered. So, when she told me that the last thing I should do was say that I could take care of myself, thank you, I listened and wished I could shed that curt do-it-myself tone I often had. Scarlett O’Hara, did you hear that? The Gone with the Wind era is here to stay and hand-wringing still reaps results. Yes, it was still this day, that age, if she thought so. After all, she was the most in-demand stylist at the unisex salon and lots of guys must have bared all to her.

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3 Responses to the hand-wringer

  1. rashmenon says:

    @LimeIsBetter: 🙂

  2. rashmenon says:

    @ Neetika: I knew you’d like this one; do you agree- should we act helpless to be attractive/desirable and acceptable?

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