Tranny Time:
























Marleen Mitchell works the midnight shift at the local mini-mart, bar maid's at the Wagon Wheel truck stop, and pulls a double shift at Rick's Body Shop as a welder. She's a busy single gal raising a kid and she sometimes takes in dirty laundry to make ends meet. Marleen once had Mid-Way dreams of becoming a carnival barker and was working her way up from the ring toss manager when she got pregnant by the Tilt-A-Whirl operator. That all ended one rainy night when she pulled her trailer out of the carny caravan and headed home to have her baby. Marleen hears the call of the Carnival late tonight when she looks out the window of her trailer and sees the lights from the Tilt-A-Whirl across the ditch, next to the Mobile Manor. It’s been a year and the carnival is back, she’s putting on her hot pants, leather gloves and vest, because tonight she’s going back to work and she aint gonna miss her chance.


Mitzi knows all too well this particular brand of carny crook as I'm sure she taught her the tricks of the trade...j/k...When she had this to say about our friend Marleen...

Marleen Mitchell has hundreds of little scams for squeezing cash out of her fun-seeking customers. Take the Disco Waltzers, for example, thanks to Marleen the people on it are being taken for a ride in more ways than one. Marleen rides the platform spinning a number of cars by hand producing a more intense ride “Scream if you want to go faster” she would say to them, and scream they do! Spinning the cars faster and faster until they are tossed about like limp rag dolls. After the ride stops, the wobbly- legged riders would stagger off laughing towards the shooting gallery. Little did they realise that Marleen is in their Disco Waltzer car helping herself to all the loose change, ipods and mobile phones, which had fallen out of their pockets.

Other scams include:

The grip on the amusement arcade cranes is too weak to successful pick up the packets of cigarettes with out of date fivers sellotaped to them.

In order to win on the hoop-la stall the hoop must go over both the bottle of pomagne and the wooden base on which it stands. However, the diameter of the wooden base is about an eighth of an inch larger than the hoop.

Marleen offers a prize if she guesses your weight and gets it wrong. What she doesn’t tell you is your prize is worth twenty cents and each guess costs you a dollar.

Marleen readily demonstrates that the targets are not fixed to their stands on the coconut shy. But what she doesn’t tell you they’ve been drilled and filled with concrete, making them all but impossible to knock down

It’s not unknown for Marleen to slip the occasional foreign coin in with your change, so check it carefully.

4 comments:

  1. oh please DO make this a regular series....i loves me some trannies

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  2. Ah the mysteries of the transgender, if you like that one click on the label "tranny time" there's more where that came from...

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  3. Marleen Mitchell has hundreds of little scams for squeezing cash out of her fun-seeking customers. Take the Disco Waltzers, for example, thanks to Marleen the people on it are being taken for a ride in more ways than one. Marleen rides the platform spinning a number of cars by hand producing a more intense ride “Scream if you want to go faster” she would say to them, and scream they do! Spinning the cars faster and faster until they are tossed about like limp rag dolls. After the ride stops, the wobbly- legged riders would stagger off laughing towards the shooting gallery. Little did they realise that Marleen is in their Disco Waltzer car helping herself to all the loose change, ipods and mobile phones, which had fallen out of their pockets.

    Other scams include:

    The grip on the amusement arcade cranes is too weak to successful pick up the packets of cigarettes with out of date fivers sellotaped to them.

    In order to win on the hoop-la stall the hoop must go over both the bottle of pomagne and the wooden base on which it stands. However, the diameter of the wooden base is about an eighth of an inch larger than the hoop.

    Marleen offers a prize if she guesses your weight and gets it wrong. What she doesn’t tell you is your prize is worth twenty cents and each guess costs you a dollar.

    Marleen readily demonstrates that the targets are not fixed to their stands on the coconut shy. But what she doesn’t tell you they’ve been drilled and filled with concrete, making them all but impossible to knock down

    It’s not unknown for Marleen to slip the occasional foreign coin in with your change, so check it carefully

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  4. I can smell the corndogs from here.

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