Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Monday, February 20, 2017
In the United States freedom rings loud around the 4th of July, the American Independence Day. For decades small communities raised funds for their fire department with picnics over the summer, especially the 4th of July. Beer put a lot of fire trucks on the road.
Drunken driving laws killed the picnics and the desperately needed funds. The picnics now only a fraction of their former size needed a way to draw either a crowd or at least donations. Fireworks shows drew crowds but not much money. Raffles were the last big money-maker for the fire departments and even that was dying.
With budget shortfalls and ideas exhausted, budget planners were willing to try anything. A proposal was made to raffle a full TG makeover to one lucky winner. To manage risk, a certain number of tickets would be sold before the raffle was live. Concerns were too few would be interested in such a raffle —how many guys really want to change gender for real?
When Alan heard about the raffle he opened his wallet wide, like many guys did. The fire department raised a record amount of money. The planners couldn’t believe how many tickets were sold. The park was filled to capacity for the drawing which means more beer was sold too. Alan clutched the wad of tickets in his fist. Sweat beaded on his forehead. He wanted to win so badly.
A pretty girl in a red bikini reached her hand into the basket and pulled out the winning ticket. The announcer read the numbers slowly. When the final digit was called out Alan nearly fainted. He had the winning ticket!
The next day Alan was at the door of the TG Incorporated office with his certificate in hand for a full and permanent transition to the girl of his dreams. Take a look at Alan now that he is Connie. Don’t you agree, she is the cutest thing going? Don’t you wish you would have bought a ticket? It’s for a good cause.
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Spring break, the time when a young man’s fancy turns to things more… exotic. Most kids head to the beach or take a mini vacation. For the wealthy and trust babies there is only one place that will do: Mystery Island. Of course, it isn’t much of a mystery anymore. It is common knowledge what happens on this island dead center of the Bermuda Triangle.
Once outside the shielded airport, Mystery Island transforms everyone into a female. The transformation is temporary for about 75%. It is always an exciting moment as the girls leave the Island to see who transforms back.
Boys love the temporary changes. They can explore life as a female for a week before returning to class. There is one problem. The experience isn’t complete. With no boys around to ogle them, the temporary girls don’t get the opportunity to enjoy the full experience. But 1 in 4 will discover the rest of the experience later.
The odds were one of Scott’s group of friends would stay a girl. Barry, Mark and Sam were good friends with Scott. The idea of Mystery Island was too much to resist. Scott, as Lacy, is on the left in this picture followed by Amanda (Barry), Brandy (Mark), and Lisa (Sam). They had great fun during their week of spring break. Now it was time to go home. Scott was nervous to see if any of them will remain a girl.
The transformation back is fast as soon as you entered the shielded airport. The boys stopped for one last moment as girls, or maybe a lifetime as a girl. The automatic doors to the airport slip open. The boys walked through. They looked back and forth at each other and finally all stared at Scott. Lacy was the 1 in 4. She swallowed hard. Life would be different now, but at least they had a hell of a spring break together.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
George knew it was going to be bad when he filed his taxes, but he didn’t think it would be this bad. Then he finished his return and saw the biggest number in his life. There was no way he would ever pay off his tax debt. He refused to accept his fate. He knew if he filed his return on time the IRS only had 10 years to collect. After that the debt is beyond the statuette of limitation and uncollectable.
It was time for the disguise of a lifetime and George knew exactly who to ask. He called his sister Mary. She was always dressing him up when he was younger. Now she would have to help him pass for a woman for 10 years. It was a long time, but he could do it. He would take voice lessons and wear a dress every day.
When Mary finished George was Rachel. She did a heck of a job. Rachel is a confident girl. She can do this for 10 years. It felt really good, too. Mary smiled and shook her head and said, “Can I rent you a room in my basement?” Ah, yes. Mary would be there every day to make sure Rachel was the perfect woman.