settle a bet

July 28th, 2005

Jeff to Sarah:

Josh and I were talking the other day and he seems to think you are
a suicide girl. I say you aren’t, yet. Who’s right?

~Perfectly Perplexed in Porthampton, Passachusetts

Sarah to Jeff:

>Pear PP in PP,
>
>Pi still have not. i pseem to be TOO plazy to take some pictures.
>sigh. soon, pthough.
>
>perhaps you have a suggestion as to a theme. the only rules are that
>you start out clothed, and end up naked. i’ve thought about doing a
>fire one. . . probably that would be my best bet. . . but if you have
>any suggestions, they are more than welcome. :)
>
>~psincerely, psarah

Jeff to Sarah:

Your theme: “The Galveston Hurricane”. I believe it will be sexy *and* educational. Long considered the deadliest
hurricane in U.S. history, it caused an estimated 6000-8000 deaths in
the year 1900. You play a sexxxy daguerreotype-maker who is outside
in the storm trying to quickly create a news daguerreotype of a Texas
orphanage blowing away, but as you work, each piece of clothing is
stripped away by the gusting winds, piece by piece, until you are
completely naked and for some reason bending over and sucking on a
lollypop.

Oh, and, you’re welcome.

~jeff

7 Responses to “settle a bet”

  1. Joshua says:

    For what it’s worth, the reason I thought Sarah was a Suicide Girl is because I thought Jeff told me so. In fact, I’d assumed that’s where he’d gotten all his Sarah-themed pornography, though now I realize that it may have, in fact, been shanghaied hoboes wearing Sarah masks.

    Also, how about a photo theme that explores the permutations of Fitt’s Law? You could start off standing in a room, then, as you walk toward one wall, your clothes disappear. When you reach the wall, you knock into it…. knocking off more clothes!

    You keep bumping into the wall, no longer moving forward, but your clothes keep coming off!

    (N.B.: to properly represent Fitt’s Law, you will have to wear an infinite amount of clothing, which is not only impractical, but also unsexy. The solultion to this problem is left as an excercise to the reader.)

  2. Sarah says:

    you’re both fired.

  3. Jeff says:

    with good reason!

  4. Evan says:

    Did you know she was going to be on one of those websites a few years ago?

  5. Jeff says:

    Yeah, I lobbied against it at the time; it just seems to me if you have a choice between “being in pornography” and “not being in pornography”, you should choose the latter.

  6. Sarah says:

    well, that shows how much *you* know. ;P

  7. Evan says:

    Hah! I mean.. hah.