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Saturday, February 29, 2020

Happy Leap Day!

It's Leap Day......when the women get to chase the men and propose marriage!

It's a tradition that is rumored to have started as a deal struck between St. Brigid and St. Patrick. (Though it's never been proven, and neither Brigid nor Patrick are saying anything on the matter.)

As for what it entails? Well.....think of it as "Sadie Hawkins Day" only on a different day and only occurring once every four years.

Or think of Stephen King's MISERY:

Of course the outcome need not be THAT extreme. Instead, it could just reflect the situation of many guys in a willing FLR.

But if it's the woman who pursues and proposes, she may have some other proposals in mind besides just marriage!

And once she has you, you may not be able to get away.

But then, if it's the right woman and the right sort of may not want  to escape!


  1. Crimson Kid (C.K.)March 8, 2020 at 10:29 PM

    Indeed, I don't want to "escape," my marriage has been one of the best things ever to happen to me. While my darling wife didn't propose to me on Leap Day (in fact no female ever made a romantic overture to me on any February 29th), she did pretty much initiate our relationship as lovers and first suggest 'tying the knot' several years later.

    "If you're going to keep me here all evening, ma'am, you may have to take some breaks in order to give me additional motivation to continue with full focus--yes indeed, your college sorority paddle would be ideal to supply me with the 'encouragement' I may need periodically, once my briefs are down around my knees..." --C.K.