Anxious Numbness

posted June 8th, 2015, 2:01 am


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June 14th, 2014, 6:07 am

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Btw, in the summer, I often totally give up on wearing actual shirts. I'm in camp P - bikini top or bust. Well, AND bust. Yay hormones! I feel bad for the Vancouver Gaymers. I was a big'un at the summer picnic last year, and we played Frisbee, and I was all in my bra and sweaty. But on the plus side, they all took off their shirts too. So... there was that :)

Where the hell is Annie going? P! Stop her! I haven't written the story yet and I'm worried about where Annie is going!

...Annie. Stop blaming yourself. You should be able to open yourself and expect love. He was just a stupid boy. In time, you will forget him and move on. Don't let that hurt hold you back. Don't let yourself go numb.

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June 8th, 2015, 10:20 am

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Annie has already shown that she has the tendency to just go off to be on her own, as first shown in No. 63, " Unwelcome Sunrise ". I have to believe that many T-girls also have the desire to go off into the dark and just be by themselves, you, me, and many more, too.

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June 8th, 2015, 11:56 pm

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And throughout all this, Annie has yet to realize that Vic's problem that night was with himself, not her.

I mean, not that I want to blame her for what happened, but she did kind of pick the worst timing ever to try to sleep with her boyfriend, considering that he obviously had issues with his sexuality.

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June 9th, 2015, 12:07 am

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@Anon: You have two hours until you see *exactly* how amazingly predictive you are!

You might think it is her fault for getting into the situation (to a degree), but he did also tell her that he loved her. That he was ready. And she said she was ready. And all of this was after the hiking trip.
I am pretty sure she took it all as an affirmation that this was done, and their relationship had moved past 'that' being a problem.
Shouldn't she have that sort of hope? Shouldn't we all?

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June 9th, 2015, 2:46 am

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@GreenKrog: There's also the fact that Vic created the elaborate set-up, obtained permission, and thought he was ready and prepared.

Unfortunately, it looked as though his mind blanked at the reveal and he couldn't follow through. That strip indicated that it hit him pretty hard as well (although, unlike Annie, it probably didn't send him into a week-long depressive funk).

If they rekindle their relationship, it will presumably be on the mutual understanding that they attempted to go too far, too fast and to take things a step at a time (or, at least, keeping a certain bit of flesh under wraps and focussing on aspects of pleasuremaking that don't involve it).

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June 9th, 2015, 2:52 am

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@mittfh: I did my best to try to illustrate him trying to work through it in his mind before he accepted his own failure and backed away. He *was* ready. Sometimes life just won't let you be as ready as you need to be.

As for what happened to Vic after he left? You will see in mid-July. It was *not* a good breakup for him either.

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June 9th, 2015, 11:22 pm

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@GreenKrog: I'm not blaming her. Well, not just her. Vic thought he was ready and he wasn't. Annie still could have seen the signs. Like most things in life, it's not black and white and everyone has their share of responsibility.

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