I’ve recently finished an audio story for my new friend Stephanie. His fantasy is to be discovered by his girlfriend with his huge stash of lingerie catalogs, women’s magazines, and even salon books on hair styles. After admitting that he has fantasized his whole life about dressing up she decides that he will finally get his wish and with the help of her friends he is soon dressed to kill! This story wont be on my website but lets just say that long after his eyebrows grow back he will have a portfolio of 8×10 glossies to remember his perfect Sunday.
I asked him about his obsession with the catalogs and this is what he told me:
“It started with the Sears Catalog when I was a kid. Here was everything I had been dreaming about in full color! Bras, panties, stockings, body shapers, blouses, shirts, dresses, nightgowns, and even shoes! It was like being in the store and I could have anything I wanted. I spent years looking through those pages.
Then I discovered the New York Times Magazine with its full page ads for clothing and makeup and when the fashion issue came out I was in heaven. From there I moved on to the circulars in the Sunday papers like JC Penny. They were the first thing I looked at and I made sure to buy several newspapers so I could have them all.
Eventually I found a Frederick’s of Hollywood lingerie catalog in a laundry room and I took it home. Jackpot! This was like porn for me and I couldn’t get enough of it. I began ordering catalogs from everywhere I could find on the web and soon I had a huge collection. I realized that for me this was as good as a Penthouse or other skin mag for the average guy. I would much rather have any issue of a women’s magazine featuring the latest styles in fashion and makeup than a hundred Playboys.
I know this is kind of strange but it works for me and makes me happy. Maybe one day I’ll have the courage to do the things that I fantasize about like in your stories.”
I think its great that he found something that makes him so happy. All those magazines are online now and the catalogs are all free. Save your money for the real thing. And if something doesn’t fit you can always exchange it for the right size. Not all thrills are cheap!