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"Just That Type Of Girl”


JenniferCD-1
suffers from multiple cross dressing personality disorder. By day she is a churlish power hungry top executive, chewing up the board room in a chic leather suit. Her numerous assistants are hired and fired at a break-neck pace. When she’s fed up with their ineptitude, she crushes them like a can, throws them into the trash, then retrieves another one from the vending machine. She’s not opposed to sleeping her way to the TOP, because secretly she prefers to be a BOTTOM. She often prowls around the stock exchange glimpsing traders crotches searching for inside tips. She’s a top performer at her fortune 500 company, where she does two shows a day and a matinee on Sundays. The other women executives live in panic of this predatory porcupine, dreading her afternoon office patrol where she perniciously picks apart daily projection reports.

JenniferCD-2 By night is a mild mannered office spinster. Diligently compiling data, crunching numbers, Xeroxing, cutting and pasting, and crafting sleek power point presentations. She works alone as she is most efficient, rarely taking a break except for the occasional water cooler visit with Walter, whom she is fond. She tirelessly takes on other gals projects, when they are overwhelmed, with completion guaranteed upon said target date. She’s a favorite around the office but she too lives in constant fear of the other Jennifer admiring her unusual office attire, (which she leaves strewn about the place) picking up her unfinished projects, and tidying up her office space. Oddly enough JenniferCD-2 has never met JenniferCD-1.

Mitzi Said...
You may not be aware of this but Jennifer here was the inspiration for The Hollies 1968 Hit "Jennifer Eccles" Back then, the whole nation went "Jennifer" crazy, it was like Beatlemania but with Jennifer Eccles instead. It was all too much for Jennifer, and so, she went into hiding. I remember watching a documentry on channel 4 about her disappearance, and I'd thought, who? It was my mother who told me the full "Jennifer" story and how she was the "It" girl of the 60's every teenage girl wanted to be like her and even 1960's celebrities was inspired by her including, Marianne Faithfull, Cilla Black and Dusty Springfield. She remained a cult figure until last year when she shocked the world by revealing herself and that she had merely been on a hairdressing course in east Berlin lasting 38 years.(she couldn't get the hang of sponge rollers) I remember the news bulletins as she arrived off the plane, fatter now, older certainly. I can remember thinking, is that a wig she's got on? She was immediately taken away by Special Branch and debriefed. It seemes she'd secretly harboured a desire to cut and style hair for years. Now she works at a call centre answering calls about haircutting, washing, drying and perming and she is currently writing a book All You Need To Know About Hairdressing which teaches you basic cuts. It's out next year by Ladybird book.

2 comments:

  1. Jennifer 1 reminds me of the villan in the first Superman movie.

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  2. You may not be aware of this but Jennifer here was the inspiration for The Hollies 1968 Hit "Jennifer Eccles" Back then, the whole nation went "Jennifer" crazy, it was like Beatlemania but with Jennifer Eccles instead. It was all too much for Jennifer, and so, she went into hiding. I remember watching a documentry on channel 4 about her disappearance, and I'd thought, who? It was my mother who told me the full "Jennifer" story and how she was the "It" girl of the 60's every teenage girl wanted to be like her and even 1960's celebrities was inspired by her including, Marianne Faithfull, Cilla Black and Dusty Springfield. She remained a cult figure until last year when she shocked the world by revealing herself and that she had merely been on a hairdressing course in east Berlin lasting 38 years.(she couldn't get the hang of sponge rollers) I remember the news bulletins as she arrived off the plane, fatter now, older certainly. I can remember thinking, is that a wig she's got on? She was immediately taken away by Special Branch and debriefed. It seemes she'd secretly harboured a desire to cut and style hair for years. Now she works at a call centre answering calls about haircutting, washing, drying and perming and she is currently writing a book All You Need To Know About Hairdressing which teaches you basic cuts. It's out next year by Ladybird book.

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