Love-All?

This is a tale of the very rich and very bored.  It's a true story with a few minor details changed to protect my ass.  It's a story which took place a few years back.  Recently a friend reminded me of the details and I just knew it was a perfect story to share here on 24.

It goes without saying that the events I'm about to share took place in a very wealthy neighborhood in the OC.  I know you'd figure that out in less than a millisecond, but I'll just inform you of that detail right upfront.

Bored rich housewives find all sorts of ways to amuse themselves.  How the Orange County bored housewives amuse themselves seems to provide me with an endless amount of blog fodder.  In this story, a group of thirty-something housewives took up the game of tennis.  Tennis is taken quite seriously by the bored, rich, women in Orange County.  Entire soap operas could be produced surrounding the tennis dramas which take place.

This particular group of bored, rich, tennis playing, OC residents consisted of seven women.  They nicknamed themselves The Spectacular Seven.  They, clearly, thought quite highly of themselves.  By the way, they weren't referring to their tennis skills when they decided on The Spectacular Seven as their group name.

Six of the women were married at the time this story took place.  All seven women had fairly young children.

Did I mention they were bored?  And rich?

They decided it would be fun and exciting to have lovers.  Not just any random sex partners would do, however.  The women solicited a group of young men (boys?) from the local public high school.  Were all the boys 18 and of legal age to have sex?  I don't think they were, but I'll be honest here and say they could possibly have been.  

Soon there were two groups formed.  One group consisted of The Spectacular Seven.  The other group consisted of several horny high school boys.  (Even if they were 18 they were, in my opinion, boys and not men.)  The women would schedule sex dates with the boys.  The women would pay the boys for their services.  The women would then rate the boys on their bedroom skills afterwards.

The boys opened a checking account to handle the funds they were receiving.  Their parents were under the impression the boys had formed a lawn grooming business.  I suppose, in a way, they had.

<smirk>

The fun and games went on for quite awhile.  The Spectacular Seven would assign the boys points based on their rating system after each "date."  The boys would be evaluated on categories such as stamina, size, proficiency with oral sex, etc.  The women would share their evaluations of each boy with each other on a regular basis. 

The women were happy.  The boys were happy.  The husbands and children of The Spectacular Seven were clueless.

Until one day ….

One of The Spectacular Seven women was in the middle of a sex date when her husband surprised her by coming home from work in the middle of the day.  This also surprised the high school boy she was in bed with.  As you can imagine, quite a scene unfolded.

The end result involved the husband divorcing his wife.  The husband contemplated informing the husbands of the other Spectacular Seven women what was going on, but he decided against it.  He wanted to just get on with his life and leave the "entire nightmare" behind him.  Of course, the other women were scared he would inform their husbands so they immediately ceased contacting the boys for sex.  

The boys all went on to graduate from high school.  It is my understanding that every single one of them is now in college and doing quite well with their studies.  Either that or they or pleasing their professors in some other way.

© Twenty Four At Heart

54 Responses to “Love-All?”

  1. Alan

    Can’t blame the boys there. If I had the opportunity when I was that age…
    The women on the other hand? Well…

  2. Alan

    Can’t blame the boys there. If I had the opportunity when I was that age…
    The women on the other hand? Well…

  3. Alan

    Can’t blame the boys there. If I had the opportunity when I was that age…
    The women on the other hand? Well…

  4. di

    These women sound so stupid that I can’t even come up with a snappy comment worthy of them. But, the boys on the other hand… well, what a fine money making venture they had stumbled upon.
    Snappy Di

  5. di

    These women sound so stupid that I can’t even come up with a snappy comment worthy of them. But, the boys on the other hand… well, what a fine money making venture they had stumbled upon.
    Snappy Di

  6. di

    These women sound so stupid that I can’t even come up with a snappy comment worthy of them. But, the boys on the other hand… well, what a fine money making venture they had stumbled upon.
    Snappy Di

  7. Maureen@IslandRoar

    Wow, not sure what there is to say about this one. Imagine how different everyone’s response might be if we were talking about 7 male bankers and some 18 year old high school girls….
    I know this stuff goes on everywhere, but I still find it a bit incredible. NONE of them had sons?
    Thanks for sharing.

  8. Maureen@IslandRoar

    Wow, not sure what there is to say about this one. Imagine how different everyone’s response might be if we were talking about 7 male bankers and some 18 year old high school girls….
    I know this stuff goes on everywhere, but I still find it a bit incredible. NONE of them had sons?
    Thanks for sharing.

  9. Maureen@IslandRoar

    Wow, not sure what there is to say about this one. Imagine how different everyone’s response might be if we were talking about 7 male bankers and some 18 year old high school girls….
    I know this stuff goes on everywhere, but I still find it a bit incredible. NONE of them had sons?
    Thanks for sharing.

  10. Kristan

    “Their parents were under the impression the boys had formed a lawn grooming business. I suppose, in a way, they had.”
    LOL!!

  11. Kristan

    “Their parents were under the impression the boys had formed a lawn grooming business. I suppose, in a way, they had.”
    LOL!!

  12. Kristan

    “Their parents were under the impression the boys had formed a lawn grooming business. I suppose, in a way, they had.”
    LOL!!

  13. Kelly

    When are you publishing a book? This stuff is too good not to.

  14. Kelly

    When are you publishing a book? This stuff is too good not to.

  15. Kelly

    When are you publishing a book? This stuff is too good not to.

  16. Jan

    I don’t know – maybe it’s because I’ve *raised* teenage boys and know their personal grooming habits – to say nothing of their “bedroom” habits; namely, their bedrooms tend to be disgusting.
    But the thought of screwing a teenage boy?
    PUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUKE!!

  17. Jan

    I don’t know – maybe it’s because I’ve *raised* teenage boys and know their personal grooming habits – to say nothing of their “bedroom” habits; namely, their bedrooms tend to be disgusting.
    But the thought of screwing a teenage boy?
    PUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUKE!!

  18. Jan

    I don’t know – maybe it’s because I’ve *raised* teenage boys and know their personal grooming habits – to say nothing of their “bedroom” habits; namely, their bedrooms tend to be disgusting.
    But the thought of screwing a teenage boy?
    PUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUKE!!

  19. jennster

    um.. wow.
    disgusting.. sick.. and what a bunch of power hungry bitches. i hope they read your blog. i hope they read this post. it’s all about control and feeling powerful over a CHILD. sick fucks. if any bitch tries to have sex with my kid when he’s older, i’ll fuck her up.

  20. jennster

    um.. wow.
    disgusting.. sick.. and what a bunch of power hungry bitches. i hope they read your blog. i hope they read this post. it’s all about control and feeling powerful over a CHILD. sick fucks. if any bitch tries to have sex with my kid when he’s older, i’ll fuck her up.

  21. jennster

    um.. wow.
    disgusting.. sick.. and what a bunch of power hungry bitches. i hope they read your blog. i hope they read this post. it’s all about control and feeling powerful over a CHILD. sick fucks. if any bitch tries to have sex with my kid when he’s older, i’ll fuck her up.

  22. kw

    So hysterical, I was just having lunch w/ a girlfriend today and she was telling me that her male boss *who is married and has a baby* just signed up for Sugardaddyforme.com, where he is the sugar daddy and girls looking to be taken care of can contact him. Not even kidding. He went on a date with one of them last week. I swear, the world we live in scares me more and more every day.

  23. kw

    So hysterical, I was just having lunch w/ a girlfriend today and she was telling me that her male boss *who is married and has a baby* just signed up for Sugardaddyforme.com, where he is the sugar daddy and girls looking to be taken care of can contact him. Not even kidding. He went on a date with one of them last week. I swear, the world we live in scares me more and more every day.

  24. kw

    So hysterical, I was just having lunch w/ a girlfriend today and she was telling me that her male boss *who is married and has a baby* just signed up for Sugardaddyforme.com, where he is the sugar daddy and girls looking to be taken care of can contact him. Not even kidding. He went on a date with one of them last week. I swear, the world we live in scares me more and more every day.

  25. stoneskin

    “group of bored, rich, tennis playing, OC residents consisted of seven women”
    That line made me smile, really made me grin!
    And the moral of the story is not to play tennis?

  26. stoneskin

    “group of bored, rich, tennis playing, OC residents consisted of seven women”
    That line made me smile, really made me grin!
    And the moral of the story is not to play tennis?

  27. stoneskin

    “group of bored, rich, tennis playing, OC residents consisted of seven women”
    That line made me smile, really made me grin!
    And the moral of the story is not to play tennis?

  28. sometimessophia

    Amazing post. Pathetic and demeaning behavior all round. It makes great reading though… Too bad those women couldn’t have spent their time and money helping someone less fortunate.

  29. sometimessophia

    Amazing post. Pathetic and demeaning behavior all round. It makes great reading though… Too bad those women couldn’t have spent their time and money helping someone less fortunate.

  30. sometimessophia

    Amazing post. Pathetic and demeaning behavior all round. It makes great reading though… Too bad those women couldn’t have spent their time and money helping someone less fortunate.

  31. emmysuh

    I mean, playing Devil’s Advocate or whatever here, but if the guys were game with it and the ladies found a way to convince the guys, sounds like a fair trade and a smart idea to me.

  32. emmysuh

    I mean, playing Devil’s Advocate or whatever here, but if the guys were game with it and the ladies found a way to convince the guys, sounds like a fair trade and a smart idea to me.

  33. emmysuh

    I mean, playing Devil’s Advocate or whatever here, but if the guys were game with it and the ladies found a way to convince the guys, sounds like a fair trade and a smart idea to me.

  34. Michele P

    Umm…ick. Did they forget that they were, um, married?? Ick again.

  35. Michele P

    Umm…ick. Did they forget that they were, um, married?? Ick again.

  36. Michele P

    Umm…ick. Did they forget that they were, um, married?? Ick again.

  37. Tami

    I would love to know if these women were from a town that rhymes with Sadera Sanch?

  38. Tami

    I would love to know if these women were from a town that rhymes with Sadera Sanch?

  39. Tami

    I would love to know if these women were from a town that rhymes with Sadera Sanch?

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