I belong to a lesbian degustation and erotica social group. Nothing fancy, but it gets me out of the house. They’re nice people and the food is usually quite good too.
Anyway, our most recent get-together coincided with the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse last month. As it was such a rare and significant, once-in-a-century astronomical event, the decision was made to sacrifice a goat which could then be served as the main course.
Of course, I was quite shocked when I read about this in our fortnightly e-newsletter. I mean, what about people like me who are vegan? It could end up being really awkward. So I told the group I was staying at home that night to wash my hair.
Now the other group members are talking about me behind my back. I’ve become a social piranha. What can I do to win their favour again?
No Butts About It
Dear No Butts About It,
Omg, they sacrificed a goat? What an outrage! That’s only a hop, skip and a jump away from sacrificing a yak!
Your little story comes as a valuable warning to me. I must watch out and keep my guard up at the next rare, significant, once-in-a-century astronomical event (which I believe is in a few months time).
With kind regards,