We all have lists, or is on some list or left off of some list: shopping list, christmas list, laundry list, bucket list, don’t call list …
This week on air we are talking lists. Yea!
Remember full-bosommed Bordeaux in Flight Of The Fused Monkeys? Angelito is sent down on probation to learn the intricacies of love eWorld style. Angelito selects two voo-va-vooms – Bordeau and Catherine – for the edification.
First up, Bordeau!
Too fast, she complains, and demands a do-over and presents her list on how to do it right! Remember what happened?
An excerpt is included at the end of this blog for your recollection and excitement.
Meanwhile, two of our on air guests On The Journey, Benjamin Zuniga and Raul Gomez, delve into their lists.
Benjamin Zuniga considers the opportunity to take care of his aging mom an honor and privilege. My former fellow captain of competing volleyball teams, today Benjamin heads up a Dallas competitive recreational VB team. He is stepping off the court to give us a peek at his unique list.
Raul is a Business student from Columbia, who speaks four languages.
“A rich, wickedly witty, sensuous, sexy and incredibly savvy series.” – Chalkboard Review.
“Everyone living long enough,” The Sage said, “will fall into a deep hole, get stuck, and look up for help. Three hands will appear: the hand of a hustler, the hand of a riddler, and the hand of a clown. Choose wisely or be buried there.”
Flight Of The Fused Monkeys excerpt:
Bordeau Balbachita spotted Baba.
She shuffled over to join him.
“How did it go?” Baba inquired.
“Ooooh!” she said, her shoulder pulled to her ear. “That Angelito, he’s so crazy. He’s sweet, but way too quick. Way, way, way too quick. I gave him a list. I told him if he is going to learn anything he has to learn it right.”
“A list? What’s on the list?”
“How to do it right!”
Baba was not sure he should press further. He needn’t have worried, she obliged.
“I like crazy, but bam-blam-bam, uh-uh, too wild! By the time I arrived and he arrived, he was naked, I was naked. He was in. I was wiggling and screaming. His eyes was wide. He was out. I was out of breath, wondering what just happened. I didn’t get time to settle my mind to think; he was asking how was it. Sweet and all, I had to fight for breath to tell him, but not so quick, not so quick, way too quick! You got to slow down. It’s good and all, but, twenty seconds? That’s so not right. You got to experience what’s going on. And he said, I experienced it, didn’t you? And I said, if I was having a child I would want it out that quick, but this, this what we doing here, you got to slow down, real slow, you got to learn to catch your breath. Take time.”
“And what did he say?” Baba inquired.
“He said, but I really liked it. Then I asked him, even though I was just being sarcastic, is this your first time? And he said, yes. My mouth dropped wide open, because right there I felt like the luckiest woman in the world. And I said, really? And he nodded. And I said again, really, really? And he nodded again. It was like I had hit the jackpot. So I said, sit right there. Don’t move a thing. I’m going to make you a list. We’re going to learn this right. We are going to do this again.”
“So did you do it again or make him the list?”
“It was a live demonstration. You have to kiss me, I told him. I had to teach him that too.”
“Did he get it?”
“It was fun. I told him he had to touch me here and touch me there. I told him he had to make me want him.”
“Did he understand?”
“I doubt it. I just touched him to explain. He was in. I was wiggling and screaming. He was out, grinning like a school boy that just got his first bike. I had to scramble for breath to say, Angelito, Angelito, Angelito, that’s the part that got go slow. Real slow.”
“What did he say?”
“He said, how slow? So I told him this is going to take a while. A year or so. So I wrote him a new list. During the first month, we’ll explore, I said. I’ll be in charge. You just do what I tell you. We’ll start tomorrow. Then I wrote, Month 1: Angelito Explores Bordeau; Bordeau Stays In-Charge. I listed our activities, month by month, for our entire first year, making sure I covered each and every aspect of good love-making, and I gave him the list.”
“What did he say?”
“He said, girl, you are crazy. And I said, I know, we are the perfect pair.”
“What did he say?”
“He said he had stayed way longer than he intended and had to hurry on, so I kissed him and he left. I’ve been waiting on his call all day. Do you think I should call him?”
“No.” Baba said. “I think the next move ought to be his.”
“I know, but waiting is driving me so crazy. Why hasn’t he called yet?”
“As you said,” Baba told her, “you need to take it real slow. Slow it down. Real slow. He might be working on his list.”
“Uh! It’s driving me crazy. If you see him, tell him I asked about him. Tell him to call.”
“If I see him,” Baba said. “I’ve got to go now.”
“Oh, you’re so cuuuuute.”