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Girls' Night Out

Updated on May 19, 2011
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They smile wickedly while

Raising eye brows high

Hoping, already knowing

Trouble will find them tonight


They are gonna hit the town

Plan to cause a stir

Time and a mark to make

Memories later to relate


They slide the clothes across the rod

With furtive hopes their bodies sway

The music promised later

In their heads already plays


Someone might get lucky

Enough to find a spark

That coveted energetic link

A dancer to dancer arc


All the girls are going

Female electricity pulls strong 

Sister Carol is gonna play

Get kid-less, find a way


Corks slide from green glass necks

Wands slide black from mascara tubes

Bottoms wiggle into tiny skirts

Glossed lips giggle over practiced flirts 


Six inch spikes you're crazy Hon

Boots are hot, but they'll be hot

F' me Heels if your feeling it

Sassy cheetah flats if you're not 


Change your plans you cant miss this

Just go in what you're wearing

You know your hips are begging

Bottoms up, you always feel like playing


I'd be out there with you shakin' it

But I've got my own plans to get down

The only dance that trumps my girls

My boyfriends back in town 


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    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      I'm more of a boots and shortish (not tiny) skirt kinda girl. I think its seriously lame when your skirt is so short you can't pick up your keys if your drop them. Seen it happen. lol.

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      Reflecting Pool 

      7 years ago from The other side of the coop

      Ok.. you got me.. and the heals!! Fantastic!

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Let me guess, you're more comfortable in tight jeans and a leather jacket? Sounds perfect ;)

    • Reflecting Pool profile image

      Reflecting Pool 

      7 years ago from The other side of the coop

      I'll let you wear the tiny skirt.. I'll be ready to go out in about... 8 hours? Ok.. Pick me up?!?!

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Shitinski :)

      Thank Jeff, haven't seen you in a while.

      Thanks crystolite for the comment.

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      Emma 

      7 years ago from Houston TX

      Excellent poem on this interesting topic,thanks for sharing.

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      Jeffrey Penn May 

      7 years ago from St. Louis

      Loved the way you wrapped this up. Often, ending are difficult.

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      Shitinski 

      7 years ago

      Bottoms wiggle into tiny skirts; that did it. Almost good as toes. Still being naughty here. You still rock ya know.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      If there is only one male, he usually won't change the atmosphere. But a gay guy would be perfect. Little fashion advice is always welcome.

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      Rand Zacharias 

      7 years ago from Kelowna, British Columbia

      In my teens and 20s, I would love to sit amongst a group of women--same age as I was--melt into the furniture cushions and wait until they no longer realized a man was in the room.

      Absolutely illuminating--of course, being women, it didn't take long for one of them to have their radar go off and say, "Girls, remember..."

      And a thumb would be pointed in my direction--I would promptly get up and go on my way. Women have Guydar!

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Its funny Doug once in a while, one man will be in our circle. Sometimes its a friend that's gonna watch the kids or the lone boyfriend or friend from out of town. I always wonder what they think of our girlish silliness. When I was younger, I got to hang out with my older brother and his friends. I was enough of a tom boy not to cause a ripple yet and enjoyed seeing guys be guys. Somewhere along the line his friends wanted to date me, then I wasn't welcome anymore :(

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      Doug Turner Jr. 

      7 years ago

      Is it wrong to be turned on by reading about women preparing to go out? Is that wrong? "bottoms wiggling into skirts" and whatnot; it simply can't be helped. A roomful of women getting ready sounds much better to me than those stinky clubs.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Funny Minnetonka. No love is bad. Take it from where you can get it: dogs, sisters, and definitely children.

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      Linda Rogers 

      7 years ago from Minnesota

      Hey Randy. These days my idea of the perfect girls night is watching t.v. with my two dogs and twin sister and her two kids. Cozy pj's, maybe a beer or wine and some popcorn. Loved the hub as it brought me back to earlier days when fun use to be going out. I get way more love from my dogs. LOL

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      (Breathes a sigh of relief) Well thats plain silly. I wouldn't have bothered to make it scintillating for the girls. They already know what goes on behind the scenes.

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      Adam 

      7 years ago from Tennessee

      I mean my dance partner's not a guy. I was just trying to relate to your poem, but it's obviously about girls, written for girls, and I just feel so left out. :(

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      You don't dance like "that." What ever do you mean?

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      Adam 

      7 years ago from Tennessee

      A dance with the boyfriend definately trumps a girl's night out. Not that I would know, since I don't have a boyfriend. I don't dance that way. But from a guy's perspective, a night with the girlfriend trumps a boy's night out. So I'm with ya. Voted up.

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      essiheart 

      7 years ago from Chicago, IL

      Haha, that would be amazing.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Thanks Essi. For me the "prep" party can be just as entertaining as the going out part. See if I could just get musicians to play in my living room all would be perfect.

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      essiheart 

      7 years ago from Chicago, IL

      This is a great poem, in my opinion, it really captures the essence of a girl's night out. Great work :)

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Well I do, when I do, but I stayed home.

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      BenWritings 

      7 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee

      Good ol' girls night out. Bunch of ladies get together, get sexied up, and go out to tease lots of poor unsuspecting men ;]

      I'm sure you look fine and dandy out there on the floor, Randy ;]

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      So if 55 is old, Randslam, when does young end exactly?

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      Rand Zacharias 

      7 years ago from Kelowna, British Columbia

      The realization that sexy women stay at home with their man is not lost in this poem...it is the exclamation mark!

      For all those single men who drool and wait for a fantasy that can never be realized.

      Falling for media representations--silliness, sadness--go out and experience a life.

      RB, love that your friend is 55...the old guy who taught me that term would be about 55 right now...lol.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Well as my poem suggests, home with my Man is my preference too. Thanks for coming by Peggy.

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      Peggy Woods 

      7 years ago from Houston, Texas

      You have set the stage well for this type of girl's night out. Me...I'm more the stay at home with robe, slippers and a glass of wine enjoying it with my hubby these days. Ha!

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Thanks ImChemist it took an hour to find the darn thing.

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      ImChemist 

      7 years ago

      Nice picture.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Figures Randslam, the woman who taught me the term is now 55, but it just fits some shoes.

      Raw Tony? And here I thought it was "well done."

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      Tony DeLorger 

      7 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Raw sexuality nearly always finds its way into your poems. I wonder what that means RB. Good one.

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      Rand Zacharias 

      7 years ago from Kelowna, British Columbia

      I'm reading Mystic River, by Dennis Lehane, right now...girls night out can end in murder...ugh.

      What a great poem. We use to call them Joan Crawford, Come F**k me pumps, way back in the 70s...lol.

      Girls night out...what a joyous event...even for the guys.

    • Enigmatic Me profile image

      7 years ago from East Coast Canada

      yes, I knew I was wrong ... sorry .. :)

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Cheeky, who me? Never. ;)

    • Enigmatic Me profile image

      7 years ago from East Coast Canada

      Cheeky.... I like it.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      7 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Thanks Donna.

      You guessed it MA.

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      Mentalist acer 

      7 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

      Cheers...I get the feeling you're stay'in home all night.;)

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      Donna Suthard 

      7 years ago

      well written poem

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