Tuesday, 26 January 2010


Dateline London, or possibly Oxford: A lady was seen buying a corset today, stating that despite its recommended retail price being £200, she needed only pay £50 (British Sterling) to obtain this item, using a cunning technique known as "sale shopping". Miss T Drinker, 23, a seamstress from Oxford, was heard stating: "Do you remember the corset I wore last time? Well, this one makes me look two inches thinner than that one. I felt very sexy."

The effects of this staggering discovery were felt as far as North London, where residents were stunned to find out what had happened. Mr I Loverboy, 24, a blogger from London (but he won't say where), said, "You're turning me on just making me
think about it." Upon being interviewed by our staff, Loverboy added, "I have a picture of her wearing the old corset, and that works for me, so who knows what this one will do?"

Mr Loverboy's mobile telephone has gone in for repairs after being deemed too clogged with a liquid substance, possibly sweat, to be fit for continued use.


ladypandorah said...

If that's the corset said lady purchased... *fans self* It's gorgeous!!

If not, then I'm sure it's just as lovely.

Lovely post!

From envious LP x

Innocent Loverboy said...

Not knowing what the corset looks like, I just picked a random corset picture; though this one is gorgeous, I can't wait to see the new one!

Although I have felt the new one, in its bag. Excites me already!

The Drinker said...

My corset is very pretty and I am muchly excited. Having to restrain myself from just wearing it all the time - needs a special event for the first outing (and then I will wear it constantly...).


J. Alfred Prufrock said...

HA! Made me laugh, or 'LOL' which i normally only type to endear myelf to others.
Hopefully this is not the last from the Daily LLB, put me down for a subscription.

(Andromina:The Pleasure Planet>>> if you have not already read it may i recommend 'Salmonella Men on Planet Porno' by Yasutaka Tsutsui.)

Innocent Loverboy said...

I'll work out a subscription scheme, although the current one involves a URL and works perfectly.

Not generally given to reading that sort of book, but I shall abide by your recommendation, as you generally give sound advice!