Chuck of MD writes:
"I wanted you to know how much your advice helped me over the weekend. Even with all of the fantastic information in your book, I must thank you for the chapter about appearing to be composed when you see something great. If not for that, I'd be in a lot of trouble with my loved ones.
While visiting my daughter in the hospital over the weekend (and she is fine now and already home), I was seated along side of her and facing toward the next bed. In that bed was a very attractive (babe), probably early 20's. When I came in, she was resting on her side and her gown was open most of the way down her back. I couldn't see all the way down, but knew the chances were good she had nothing on underneath. Certainly no bra, but I wasn't sure about panties. She looked over toward us and said hello before sitting up and resting.
A few minutes later, I was getting ready to leave but still chatting with my lovely daughter. As luck had it, a nurse came in to check on the other girl's readings, and stood on the side in between my daughter's bed and hers. The (babe) then sat up and moved her legs over toward the side of the bed which was facing us. Sure enough, the gown came way up and open and I could easily see all the way up between her legs. Indeed, no panties!
My daughter was not always looking at me so neither of them could tell that I was trying to see what I could of the other (babe). But when she turned toward me and her gown opened up, that (babe) could tell that I saw what I saw.
Luckily, your book was totally on my mind. That was how I knew to watch where both my daughter and the other (babe) were looking to know when I could try to sneak a peek.
And I instantly recalled your story about your girlfriend's sister not wearing panties that time and how you handled it. Worked like a charm!
The other (babe) knew I saw. I somehow managed to do an Academy Award performance on the spot. I flashed a concerned look on my face, raised a hand as if to wave, and said "Oh, I'm sorry. I should leave" to her. The (babe) showed an exasperated look, realizing that I had seen her bush, and managed to say "I understand. Don't worry about it."
My daughter asked what happened, and I said that "Her gown almost came open" and that "I probably shouldn't be here". Then my daughter turned to the (babe) and apologized as well.
So I was able to finish up and leave right away with both of them (and the nurse) thinking I was truly sorry. As you can understand, the only thing I was sorry about was that I didn't get a longer look up her legs!
Your book made all of the difference. Not only did I realize I had an opportunity there, but I also knew how to get out of major ramifications without incident.
Have you had any similar hospital experiences like this? Or is this new territory, even for you?"
Thanks for sharing, Chuck. If my book were done as a class, you would be my best student. Glad you kept everything in mind from knowing only to look when the others were not and for acting as though you didn't mean to see what you saw. I understand how much "acting" was involved there!
Meanwhile, your hospital question is a tough one. Yes, I have had a nice sighting or two in a hosptial environment over the years. I did not and would not write about it. Young women in a hospital (or related medical enviornment) should not have to worry about us total creep guys lurking around. On one hand, it is difficult for me to endorse this enviornment as a "good" source for being a total creep. But on the other hand, I would have done the same thing as you did if the situation arose. And hopefully handled it as well as you did!