This girl is most definitely a child of the 80’s. There’s a lot of bad and tasteless things about the eighties – like shell suits and those t-shirts that changed color when you got hot but it was a really good era for films. One of this girl’s favourite rom-com’s from the 80’s is Mannequin which stars Kim Cattrall (of sex & the city) and Andrew McCarthy.
The film tells the story of Emmy, a girl living in ancient Egypt who wants to have a more exciting life and so gets sent travelling through time until she ends up being ‘assembled’ in a mannequin factory and shipped off to a department store where the guy who assembled her finds her and then she starts coming alive to him, but him only, and then the inevitable romantic mush follows eventually. It’s a good rom-com.
Anyway this girl can relate. The other day she felt very much like a mannequin. Faceless and motionless, being put back together by her own creator with the help of multiple orgasms 😉
Grimly has had a lot of input into creating this girl. Perhaps not creating her from scratch in the sense of assembling her or anything but he has certainly done a lot to modify her personality , confidence and desires in some explicit ways and some much more implicit.
This girl is a very different person to who she was when she met Grimly, she is much more confident and outgoing and certainly much more happier with herself and more secure with things than she had been with her ex partner.
In the film, Emmy desires to stop being a mannequin and to become human permanently and have a normal life, whereas there are times when this girl desires the reverse and seeks the fantasy as opposed to normality, though of course she wouldn’t want to be trapped in the fantasy on a permanent basis.
It’s funny really in that the reason why this girl met Grimly was exactly because of that, because she wanted the fantasy. Bondage, kink, torture, humiliation, transformation, everything. She wanted to explore things as much as possible. She was certainly not thinking about falling in love or any of that romantic stuff, but it happened. That’s why she’s getting married to him. Ever from first seeing this film this girl wanted the theme song as her wedding song but it’s too cheesy right?
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