Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Pretty Maids All in a Row

Mary Mary quite contrary,
How does your garden grow,
With silver bells and cockle shells
And pretty maids all in a row
(Traditional English nursery rhyme)

The less faint-hearted among you may care to find out the original meaning of this song by clicking on this link. On a pleasanter note, here are today's pretty maids.



































 































































































































































































4 comments:

  1. Penny Sweetheart,
    As always: spot on. Sissy maids should always wear too much makeup, don't you think? Also, bare bottoms and half-erect clitties (swollen and swaying) are becoming.
    Yours,
    Anon

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  2. Well...like the nursery rhyme above, such displays are traditional. Fashions change but the Passions are eternal.

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  3. maid in green, Mistress in white boots holding riding crop, maids lip imprint on said white boots, hey whats not to like
    bootlover
    xxxx

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  4. Well it certainly looks as if Mistress is amused.
    xxxx

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