Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Waiting for Shirley
Anne Welles was a virgin when she came to NYC from Lawrenceville. Then that cad Lyon Burke seduced her. It was moonlit in her apartment, she put down her old boyfriend's fraternity pin on the nightstand and then her clothes dropped to the floor. Lyon would never marry her then, though, and she ended up having to sneak out of his apartment at 4 a.m. each morning to run home. Anne learned the hard way that men do not buy the cow when they get the milk for free. He came to visit her in Lawrenceville after her mother died and actually wanted to fuck her in her mother's old 4-poster bed (without the mother, of course, she was already dead and buried in the cemetary). Anne reminded him, "it's a marriage bed Lyon, were you thinking of marriage?" He begged off, and she made him stay at the Lawrenceville Inn. Good for her! Lyon then went off and wrote a book in England that he dedicated to her, romanced her again, cheated on her with Neely, and then finally went to get her in Lawrenceville and professed his love and begged her to marry him. Funny, all Anne said was how she had waited and wished for years to hear those words, but now that she heard them, she felt nothing. She left Lyon in her house and went out for a walk in the snow in the woods with a stick and a wistful look.
Moral of the story: Men do not buy the cow when they get the milk for free!