Sunday, December 05, 2004


What a birthday it had been! Her friends surprised her asleep in bed just as her slumber loosened itself into the consciousness of an exciting new life as a teenager. They brought her a cake and they brought her presents. There was perfume, and a belly ring. She'd have to get her navel pierced now. Her friends had even been thoughtful enough to select a darling little bikini for her. She simply must break it in today, at the lake. No, her friends told her. Not yet. First there was one more present to unwrap. One very special present. They had left the box outside her room. Taking her by each hand they led her to it... Later, at the lake, the inevitable happened. It had only been a split second of inattention while exchanging a beauty tip, but when they looked again, the pet boy had completely vanished.

Story #99

7 comments:

Robyn said...

It is so very important to imprint on pet boys before you take them out in public ;) lmao Good One!!

Love and Light

Cori said...

I hear if you neuter 'em they don't run off as much.... (wink)

Indeterminacy said...

Hi Cori! I'm glad you only hear it, and haven't tried it yourself. Thinking of the framework story around 1001 Arabian Nights, I don't think you will ever have any trouble. (Maybe I should stop after 1001 photo stories?). In case you haven't read this one yet, you may enjoy it (Story #29):
http://indeterminacy.blogspot.com/2004/09/humbert-humbert-was-forced-to-flee_10.html

Indeterminacy said...

P.S. My muse points out that story #20 fits your comment, as well:
http://indeterminacy.blogspot.com/2004/09/they-had-come-to-terms-with-their-new.html

Is there a psychoanalyst in the audience who can tell me what it means, me writing all these stories?

Robyn said...

Go watch "Big Fish" Inde. That should explain it all. Thanks for leaving a comment on Shadow Realms. Now that we know someone is reading it other than us it will give us an excuse to write.

Love and Light

Indeterminacy said...

I'd always wondered who that was and why they linked to me. So now I know, dear Lady.

The Mushroom said...

As a former pet boy I have to explain something. When a pet boy runs away from a bikini-clad birthday girl and her two bikini-clad friends like that, it's not the homing instinct or a dislike for the keeper and her friends that makes him go away. He loves the attention and will sit there for hours while she and her friends pay attention to him. No, there's only one overwhelming reason why a pet boy will run like that...

Having to listen to three teenage girls talk.