SoCS March 12/16 – ball


This week the prompt is the word “ball”

This morning I have just returned from the local Catholic Ball. Believe it or not but I was the Belle of the Ball. Who’d a thought me, Richard Head would have gotten away with it. But in drag dearies I can convince anyone that I am, Deirdre Ballfop.

To say I had a ball is putting it mildly as I danced the night away and the only issue I have today are the balls of my feet that are killing me after wearing those six-inch stilettos all night.

At one time I had three men trying to dance with me but I held my head high and was determined to behave, if you know what I mean.

Today Roger is taking me to the basketball even though I’d rather the softball. All those soft round buttocks, so ball like I find so very appealing.

But it’s those tall basket ballers I think get to Roger. He sits in the stand a ball in each hand fondling them as he watches. I find it quite erotic. But sorry I digress you don’t want to hear about Roger’s balls or my fantasies.

Roger has a Q-Ball shaped head and I love to give it a polish from time to time. Some days I imagine I can see my face it as I can get it shining so bright.

But we love each other even though he does refer to me as the old ball and chain. I take it as a term of endearment, for lets face it at our age we take them any way we can.

Though to other day he did bowl a no ball when he pointed out my chicken neck. I was very affronted and told him so. He looked at me askance but after a good half hour haranguing I could see the ball drop and he understood.

So to make up he gave me a new ballpoint pen with which I am penning my new novel: Balls, Balloons and Balloney…its bound to be a best seller.

So I hope you have a ball this weekend, good luck…


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38 Responses to SoCS March 12/16 – ball

  1. A lot of balls running around in your story. 🙂 I liked it–well-written and funny as hell.

  2. Hahahahaha! Balls, Balloons and Baloney! LOL! You entertained me again, Michael!

  3. wildchild47 says:

    But in drag dearies I can convince anyone that I am, Deirdre Ballfop.

    All those soft round buttocks, so ball like I find so very appealing.

    But sorry I digress you don’t want to hear about Roger’s balls or my fantasies.

    Right then …. she mumbles after spraying her computer screen with breadcrumbs from her turkey (sorry not ham today) sandwich! Uncontrollable snorting of epic proportions here Michael – clearly you let your mind run wild in the fields of all things testicular – quite ballsy of you – dead brilliant – and those lines – placed as they were/are – it’s all in the timing Michael – and you, my friend, deliver with impeccable panache! XD

    • Thank you Pat and to think I left out a few ball expressions like curve ball and ‘balls up’….at least you didn’t spill your coffee…

      • wildchild47 says:

        *snorting* …. it would have been mint herbal tea (did the coffee thing earlier) but yeah, been “there” before – and it’s not a good thing – unlike this wonderful reading 😉

      • What’s reading something of mine without a good healthy snort Pat….I ask you isn’t it an expectation? Though without the turkey sandwich would be cleaner…

      • wildchild47 says:

        I wouldn’t say “expectations” – nope, that implies pressure – but I’m always delighted! Definitely cleaner without food in mouth 😉

      • Maybe I should write at times when you aren’t eating Pat? Hope you are doing ok today….

      • wildchild47 says:

        Actually it would fall to me to stop reading blog posts while eating 😉

        I’m okay – neither up nor down, just hemming and hawing and driving myself slightly insane …. but it’s okay, I can live with it … until I can’t … but I do need to go and prepare my supper ….. ham sandwich on the menu 😀

        and I hope you are very well and enjoying the weekend 🙂

      • Everyday is a good day Pat, you wouldn’t be dead for quids….enjoy that ham sanger… it from …….you know…down there??

      • wildchild47 says:

        yup …. all dressed up though, after all it is Saturday night here, and I’ve no place to go 😉

      • Desperate and dateless eh?? Know how you feel…..that’s where your imagination comes to the rescue Pat….

      • wildchild47 says:

        well if I was in a completely different state of mind, at one time, I’d say “yup” – but at the moment, I’m more than good with being with me …. I think I’ve earned some quality time with myself …. but I do so love your turn of phrase 😉

      • Yeah well I get what you are saying, your own company is always on time, doesn’t stand you up, very often, is usually polite to you, is a friend you can rely on and rarely spills the beans on you…

      • wildchild47 says:

        roflmao ….. well, that’s definitely one way of looking at it …. and most elegantly phrased 😉

      • Some days I can be elegant to the point of sheer elegance….I surprise myself..

      • wildchild47 says:

        well if you are constantly surprising yourself, then you are sure to never be bored 😉

      • You wouldn’t think so would you…

      • wildchild47 says:


  4. LindaGHill says:

    Hahahaha! Lovely, Michael. You really went ballistic with this one. 😉

  5. LOL Michael. Fun story.

  6. Susan Langer says:

    You were hilarious. So funny. LOL.:)

  7. Oh, thou balladeer, thou who provideth wit for the witless, thine odd ball humour, waltzes heartily, crystal ball gazing, high balling, cross the ballroom floor. The wit that balloons into such laughter as if ball bearings scattering across the parquetted floor. Good balladeer, me hopes you keep your eye on the billiard ball, lest it be the ball that dropth (not in Times Square) on thine foot. Oh, foul hair ball that! ;0

  8. Well Michael, Dick has really enjoyed helping you this week. Probably because he enjoys balls so much! I’m so pleased to have read this without a mouthful of vanilla latte 😃 really love a good laugh and you never disappoint, please keep it up (like the balls) and we will keep reading and commenting, have you tried writing scripts for a sit com? You’re such a natural you’d make a fortune, Dick Head and friend. Sorry should have said Richard Head and friends (then you can add more characters to the mix).

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