Dark Fuzzy Photo Shared

I don’t know exactly where this photo was taken. I’m going to guess somewhere in Germany around 1978-ish. Nice lighting.

I especially love that my pants desperately need hemming and that I’m carting around the world’s biggest purse. How practical. What was I carrying? Hairstyling supplies? Lunch for four? The Complete Kent Family Chronicles? Also I’m pretty sure the collar on that shirt is pink satin. I wish I still had it.

Today’s “why do we always see this in stories?” topic is: unlocked storage rooms.

TV, movies and fiction always seem to have conveniently located unlocked storage rooms when they need them. Often for amorous purposes. I remember a show where some people did it in a storage room at the airport.

When was the last time you saw an unlocked storage room anywhere?

This book I just read not only had an unlocked storage room but it was huge. There were four people in there and fighting and at one point someone was running from someone else. This was at a night club.

Maybe I’m not going to the right places.

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5 Responses to Dark Fuzzy Photo Shared

  1. Lorelei says:

    I would think storage rooms would be smelly places to be amorous. I guess when you're feeling amorous, you don't really care.

  2. angelawd says:

    Isn't this why we have unlocked storage rooms? How else can we have clandestine sex and big fights?

  3. Hannah says:

    That's a purse?! I looked at that photo and thought, "Why is Pam carrying a covered sewing machine under her arm in that alley?" I'll bet you were the arm wrestling champion that year.

  4. Keetha says:

    Great photo! Now I'm wishing I, too, had a blouse with a pink satin collar.

    I love your take on the world. I've seen those movies and read those books, too, but hadn't thought about how odd that is – the convenient unlocked storage room.

    "holes" is my word verification

  5. Camellia says:

    Oh, that photo! To the writer, is not such a photo an unlocked storage room. Step right in. I want to.

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