Past Imperfect

Past Imperfect – #336

The spectators could laugh all they wanted, but the students in Miss Elsa’s class on “How to Make Sure Your Man Has a Reason to Come Home Every Night” were fully invested in the end game…

Note: This is Exhibit #17 in Bonnywood’s March Madness. Details found here.

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    • We all have visions of our “encounters” being overly romantic and swoon-worthy, but then the reality sets in and we realize that the mechanics are often rather primal and messy and one has to revise their agenda in order to complete the journey in a satisfying way… 😉

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  1. Sensible shoes and roomy clothes are a must. Amy, on the near end, went for a simple one-color outfit, but Betty, next to Amy, was in danger for being kicked out of class because her blouse was too loud. And, on the other side of Betty, Catherine is trying to remind the photographer that what happens in classroom 15B is supposed to stay in classroom 15B.
    But I’m sure the posters on the wall look better from Amy and Betty’s perspective. J.

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    • Based on this lovely synopsis, I’m going to guess that Catherine has taken the most advantage of the extracurricular activities available at Miss Elsa’s Community Collage. (Good on her!) And based on Betty’s pensive expression, I’m assuming that she’s been told she’s too loud her entire life. Poor thing. I hope she takes advantage of the part-time guidance counselors at Miss Elsa’s.

      I hadn’t even noticed the posters on the wall until your comment. What is THAT mess all about? Especially the center drawing which appears to involve the Garden of Eden, minus Adam. Oh wait, the lack of Adam is why these women are taking this class in the first place. Got it. 😉

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