That's awesome, Nara! Well done! I'm a bad girl, too. ;)Siobhan
Very fun read! Sounds like not being blind and insane, you've done it right.
Bad girl~!!! LOLThere's a TV series on in the UK called Bad Girls, about a women's prison. Great series, too.This is a lovely write and made me smile :)
haha...and what a life it is to enjoy the experience...smiles. fun stuff!
...fun write..don't think too hard is what i always preach to myself..but without much success...smiles... love the pic
lol- I love the repitition... life's too short not to have fun. laurie kolp
Hey - this is a really cheeky poem and i absolutely loved it - fun and witty with a bit of style too.Arron Shilling
I love that!
A hoot of a poem that knocks the legs from under the table on which oppression of women is served up. Terrific.
I'm having a strange set of reads today - by luck reading companion pieces back to back. You should read Brendan's Bad Girls...goes MUCH further than you do, but taps the same well. Cheeky, I like that word as used above..in all its layering. Telling someone what not to do is the surest way to make them do it! Beautifully written. G.
I like your sassy side :) I like the empowerment theme here. Very nice!
haha that was a fun write, like how you turned it all around at the end.
Yep another bad girl here! :0What's that Woody Allen said ... "well can I at least do it until I need glasses."Sounds like you're a lot of fun.
Love it ... great take on the prompt!! :-)
What did Mae West say -- "Honey, when I'm bad I'm bad, but when I'm really bad I'm great. A stiff salute to resolutely crayoning outside the lines. - Brendan
Hello.So cool. Reminds me of Michael Jackson's "Bad".Awesome!Remove These Satin Sheets
Fun and cheeky indeed! Here's to not being blind or having a reputation! (speaking purely from my part, the "insane" angle is a bit more iffy ;) )
Well this made me smile, bad girl indeed.Carys
Why, yes, you must be! :-)
Smiles.... love the use of humor to dispell the old adages.
All that I can say is :) Lol!!
Cheeky does fit but I think there's another layer, there's real danger in some places not fitting into the perceived set of rules for women's behavior. When we were in Jordan a Bedouin man smiled at me while drawing his finger across his throat to indicate what he'd do to his daughter if she was not a 'good girl'. Thought provoking, thank you.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts.