Sunday, October 25, 2009

Total Creep helps the "knee" dee

The readers and listeners of " Total Creep - A Guy's Guide " continue to write me at at with questions...........

Les C. of NY writes:

"I absolutely loved hearing your book and can tell you spent years on this. But I am in my upper 50's and now have a bad leg. I usually have to wear a soft cast and cannot walk for long stretches. It seems like I can't take advantage of the opportunities you suggest. Any ideas?"

Never give up, Les. I thought about it and now think your having a cast could open up some good opportunities for you. If you are walking slowly and wearing a cast, people around you would not question it if you stop at an unlikely place.

For example, you are walking past a ledge where people are sitting and you see a babe wearing a low neck top. You could walk slowly over near where she is sitting, and either put up your good leg or (if you can lift it) your bad leg up on the ledge and appear to be resting it or adjusting your walking cast. Instead, you can really be looking down her top.

Depending on how you handle stairs, it could be an "excuse" to stop on a landing or on a stair, and not appear suspicious while looking up a skirt or down a top on the next level.

When walking to your seat in a restaurant, you could go especially slow if walking past a table where a babe is seated and you can see down her top or the back of her pants.

Hopefully you get the idea.

You didn't say whether or not you can spy on any babes from home, so I can't address that for you. I know from my experience that there are times when I need to stand for long periods to get a good angle with binoculars, or maybe kneel down on one knee to rest my elbow on a window sill or ledge to be able to see. Hopefully you can get a good view from a comfortable position for you.

Again, don't count yourself out. If some young babes need to think your knee is worse than it really is so that you can be near them, then so be it.

Let me know if you need more help.

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