We shall see how it goes in a few weeks!
Made this one for Kendall on the Haven. I had the caption setting for quite some time, and lost track of it back about 6 months or so ago. Finding it gave me an idea that I thought would work well with Kendall's preferences. Here are a few response to the caption:
"Nice concept and cap. The ending was fun" ~ Sarine DavisInterestingly enough, my original thought was just to end it at the "socially inept" line as sort of a zinger, but I wanted something more that could linger and manifest itself later. I worked out something extra that does seem truthful enough. Give a guy not used to attention of any sort the spotlight, and it might have an impact on future behavior, especially if they liked the way it felt.
"That hypothesis is very true. :D " ~ Jillisa
I wonder if that is a reason why some guys like to dress up in women's clothing. Just where the positive reinforcement came in and what was it exactly? Was it attention given to them by a mother, sister, girlfriend, etc .. when dressed? Just the way things felt from a tactile standpoint (ie. I love the way nylons feels on the legs, especially when the thighs or calves are rubbed together or when a silky skirt/dress sways against them) or from a, "this is the way I should be dressed!" point of the outside body image matching the inside image of who we are. Perhaps its a "I am naughty when I do this!" or "I feel closer to her when I'm in her clothing." I guess everyone is different, but it tends to manifest itself almost the same way.
It is nice to know though that I didn't just pull that hypothesis out of my ass, but that others tend to think its a pretty good theory. Either way, it certainly does explain why many people do keep going back to it, even after they swear they'll never do it again. If its in you, its IN YOU!