Hula Girl

June 16th, 2010 | by Administrator |

Hula Girl

“I’ve always wanted to visit Hawaii,” Autumn said. “Seeing the Islands on TV makes me want to go there even more. It’s so beautiful there. All I need is two weeks to travel to Maui, Waikiki, Oahu and maybe the Big Island! Just two weeks! But dressing up like a hula dancer was fun. In a way, it made me feel like I was taking part in a Hawaiian show at a hotel in Waikiki. If I ever get to Hawaii, and they pull me up on stage during a hotel show, I’m going to wiggle better than one of their own girls! A girl can still fantasize, can’t she?” Yes, as long as she fantasizes with us, we’re okay with it! Autumn remembered her sensitive formative years. They were not easy. “I wore big shirts, actually,” Autumn said. “I was very embarrassed so I always tried to cover up. I was a very shy girl. I thought I was a freak of nature. I had these really big boobs and I didn’t know what to do with them. People called me names like watermelon patch or jugs. I would just look at them and laugh at them. I wouldn’t let them know that they hurt my feelings. They’d grab my bra straps, pull them out and pop them. At the time I didn’t like that, but I think it’s funny now. Only when I started dancing, did I realize that I had something beautiful and I should share it.” Here is our observation of Autumn’s memories. She was insecure and lacked self-confidence mainly because people made fun of her big breasts. The break-through came when Autumn turned 18 and could legally become a dancer, leaving the chicken factory where she worked for low wages. So if people had treated Autumn like any other person and ignored her chest, she would not have been embarrassed about her big tits. She would have had no need to prove her self-worth to others by showing off her fantastic breasts, a self-worth she always had inside her but didn’t realize. So in a way, we have to thank these people for being assholes. Autumn turned their negative energies into a positive force in her life and we as boob-men benefited.

Hula Girl

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