What Would You Do If You Spend One Night With The King (Any King)?
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Carol King: After putting her nine children to bed with bedtime stories, she and I would sing all of her good old songs, before, during and after a night of holding each other.
London King, a long-legged, straight-limbed, beauty of ivory teeth and black brown skin, beauty renowned, and flashing black eyes, which when stared into, made one feel as though one were falling down a deep, dark well.
Carol King is okay but the second king, thanks, I wouldn't want to spend a night with ( a monster )
If you've read any of my articles, here on 'Wrytestuff, you'd know that "monsters" coast in, regularly, and trouble me to the extent that I am forced to write about them to the patent derision, by some others.
Men love women who are hot sexy monsters; other banal, easygoing women are like radiators who you have to keep touching, to see if the heat's coming up.
I see no difference in spending night with a king or president, Obama, Ahmadinejad, Hollande, Putin.
Why ? They are all so different in characters and likewise, each is from a different horizon.
I like spend night with those Indian children in "slumdog millionaire". But not the movie players the real little boys who work in expense of their future. I like to spend night with a Romanian ordinary family, I like spend night with a Thai, Chinese, family, I like to spend night with Bruce and Jean Horst. I prefer ordinary People they are more especial.
This is good thought indeed. I would like to spend a night with Obama. His brother-in-law (Maya's husband) is from my hometown exactly. This is wonderful.
Michael Jackson felt precisely as you do.
Spending a night with a king in African culture is an honour and should be made memorable by giving the moment video coverage and audio recording.The opportunity of the stay will be used to conduct an interview for him to later write a book of biography.
To me, the benefits would go to you to write about it. Overnight, you will become very famous. The whole world will read the news through all sorts of media systems.
Hmmm, inspired by Paul - I'd like to visit with Elvis, the King of Rock and roll. (I know he's dead). If I could, I'd like to find out why he was so self-destructive.
Elvis, I really wished he were still alive. Sometimes, a person will get bored with things that are so precious in the eyes of others less fortunate but he chose to forgo everything including his own life. Many famous singers ended up this way. I listen to songs sung by half of dead singers very often.
Wonderful Jean, you are a balm for sore sentences.
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It wouldn't matter which king but I wouldn't want anything staged. I would want to meet on a mutual level of expectations. I wouldn't like being shuffled around to a preset itinerary.
I would visit with him like anyone else that I meet to find common interests. Maybe play some cards, shoot billiards or play dominoes. Might drink a little bit of beer and order pizza delivered. I wouldn't want stay too late.
At the end of the day we would go our separate ways but each with private memories of a small experience that neither of us would be likely to forget or ever repeat again.
Sounds like really gentleman's genre...well thought answer, Marlin. Such friendship remains sweet memories for a long time to come.
Thank you, Hilda. I have friend that often says that it is the little things (or simple things) that matter in the end. I have to agree.
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