Thursday, March 11, 2010

On Approaching A Putative Dalliance Partner

Of course, one of the most common problems to arise in the niceties of village hall orgy etiquette is that of the best way for a gentleman in good standing to approach a putative dalliance partner whose name is not already on his orgy card. Of course, most ladies at an orgy will be more than forthcoming to any gentleman of obvious good standing who does approach them, after all that is why they are there.


However, it is not a good idea for the gentleman to slap his wherewithal down in the lady’s trifle, especially if there is a chance of him spilling cream over her baps before they have had the chance even to be formally introduced.

It is also regarded as bad form for any lady present at an orgy to make disparaging remarks about a gentleman’s accomplishments, especially if – during a winter orgy, for example – the village hall is a little on the cool side.

Of course, during a meal break, it is considered polite for a lady to compliment her dining partner on the quality of his meat and two veg, while the man should look favourably upon the melons proffered towards him by those ladies seated in his immediate vicinity.

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