A London Transsexual Escort 227.

It’s off to the screening of the new 'Absolutely Fabulous' movie, along with four friends at the beautiful Art Deco cinema, The Ritzy.
We were obliged to dress in character, I chose to go as Patsy, she’s known for her fondness of bubbles. Proceedings kicked-off at 9.30am, which meant getting up at 7.30am...on a Sunday! 
At 9.30am sharp, we were served champagne (Bollinger), which poured endlessly until noon when the movie began. I’d be forgiven for saying I can’t remember much of the movie, neither could any of my companions, I'm sure it was fabulous all the same. What I do know is, I was back in bed at the ungodly early hour 8.30pm.
J, an Anglo-Indian man first visited me two years ago, he was in town for the cricket which he follows avidly, a fully paid up, red and gold tie-wearing member of the Marylebone Cricket Club, MCC.
His requirements were simple, a soothing back massage before at least six hours of sitting down at Lord’s (the home of cricket) cricket ground for a test-match, and then to bring him off so he’d be, 'Better able to concentrate on the game,' his words not mine; I obliged.
After having showered he returned to the bedroom, ‘J, you do smell rather nice, what have you got on,’ I said, ‘Oh I don't know, it was some white and black bottle in the bathroom.’ ‘Ermm...I think you’ll find you've gone and used Chanel No 5 body wash, that’s a woman’s fragrance, which is fine by me but your wife may become a little suspicious as to why you smell so fragrant;’ so off he went off for a second, much less perfumed shower.  

He left as requested, feeling relaxed, I wonder if he didn't drop off to sleep halfway through the test match.

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