Tag: Short Story

Past Imperfect – #136

Lupe was startled when she learned that the censors objected to her performance in this scene. After all, this was years before that horrid little man, Will Hays, came up with the insipid Production Code that edited anything remotely naughty out of the movies. Interestingly enough, the censors […]

Past Imperfect – #349

Santa Monica, 1941 Anne, left: “Don’t you just love my new tattoo supporting our men in the military? Isn’t it just dreamy?” Helen, middle: “I’ve got one, too! Nothing says eternal love like ink on skin.” Evelyn, right: “Wait, I think I missed a memo. Who said anything […]

Past Imperfect – #430

Leslie, left: “My dearest wish is that you understand how much I care for you. You are my pearl, my endless delight, my everything.” Bette: “Well, I’ve got a few wishes of my own. Three of them, actually. First, somebody needs to speak to you about halitosis. It’s […]