MISC: The Girl Who Saved the World Part 18
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Sun Dec 27 23:36:28 PST 2015
On 12/23/2015 8:58 PM, George Phillies wrote:
> The Namestone had cleared up my face for the video, but the rest of me
> was healing more naturally. The mirrors also showed I was looking a bit
> thinner than I usually do. I am girlishly slim. I still weigh more than
> people think…muscle does that…but I don’t have that many pounds that I
> can afford to lose. Getting rid of possible scars thanks to high-grade
> healing is still good. Yes, there are guys who think a few strategically
> placed scars make them attractive to women. I am not a guy, thank you.
> And I am very much not convinced that scars, not to mention irregular
> shaving and under-bathing, make guys attractive.
Hmmmmmm. I wonder if this isn't very much an "our world, right now" view on
female (and male) attractiveness, as compared to other possibilities.
> I dutifully spent fifteen minutes doing appropriate stretches and bends
> under the healing matrix’s guidance. The deep bruises would take a while
> to heal. Exercise, however painful, speeds the process.
Ooooooh. That makes sense.
> I had my mind
> control ramped well up so I did not exactly feel the pain, but there was
> surely a lot of it. At the end, I very much enjoyed a long, hot shower.
Being numb is uncomfortable in its own way, after all.
> Actually, I like the
> long-sleeve loose hunting shirts. They are heavy cotton jaquard weaves,
> all with pretty polychrome patterns. They have nice big pockets, not
> to mention elbow patches.
Drew "swanky" Perron
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