For the Love of Profanity & Juxtaposition

“By virtue of Creation, and still more the Incarnation, nothing here below is profane for those who know how to see.”
― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

It is so much fun for me to act and look innocent, the girl-next-door.

Putting off airs as a professional; an act I can play all day when I choose.

Meanwhile, I quietly watch and observe,

Waiting in the wings to gauge the audience.

Like a wolf in sheep’s clothing, just waiting to pounce.

Just when everyone starts to think they know me,

I unleash the real raw profanity that is my ever present truth.

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My favorite words are fuck and cock oh and let’s not forget, cunt and cocksucker, too. These words are music to my ears and I love the way the words feel as they pass my lips.

You can imagine now some of my favorite movies…

This is one of my favorite memes, if that tells you something:

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Much like this image, my jokes are sly. Things you’ll usually only understand if you’re paying attention and can see some through my eyes. Launched like a humor grenade, there may be a slight time-delay before a smile or laugh graces your face.

The double-entendre and any pun I can think of are such dear friends; so easily given.

I love to watch the sailors blush, then give me a high five or two then order me another shot of whiskey; nice and neat that way I like it.

Whenever I get body art work done, I like to go dressed like an office executive. And watch their faces when I tell them what I want pierced or inked. Such is my love of the juxtaposition.

I find I get the better artists that way, the less serious ones seem to turn me away in my higher class threads.

It’s ok, they all get a little show too as I take off my shirt to reveal my tattoos.

Thank you for staying until the end, I hope you don’t find this reveal too “shocking.”

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“Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire.”
― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

 

Featured Image: Google

Dog in the Prairie: Unknown

Namaste
__/|\__ Metta

2016.02.08

15 thoughts on “For the Love of Profanity & Juxtaposition

  1. I know the feeling, sort of. When I can get away with it, I like to dress up like I’m from the hood and watch how people deal with me differently. No educated professional is supposed to dress like they come from Compton. Or talk like it.

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