Heavy billows of Mother Nature's Spring aromas sit on the e-lines that keep Virtual Cafe WIM in place. Flower bunches everywhere were part of the real Sussex Drive happening until the last embrace, last kiss.
Then questions about a book that was written as if describing a film studio set. Who is the woman coming through the doorway in an ankle long dress which by streetlight reflexion seemed evaporated? Yes. Who?
Hello Happy Virtual Cafe WIM Guests. Happy to see you relaxed and relieved from the last 16C high of the day; as if you can't wait to be out again speed bicycling without left-over cold air to breath.
Wim, why do you always say, "guests", not "customers"?
My Dutch background. One speaks of Cafe "gasten." I stuck to that and used "Guest." "A "customer" is a person who made his Cafe-going out of
habit. At Cafe WIM, one comes on purpose and I say, "Be My Guest."
Oke Wim. Is Dutch really German. Isn't Dutch the German language"?
The German language is
Deutsch. Dutch belongs to The Netherlands. The country is also referred to as Holland. I am a Dutchman, or if you wish, Nederlander, or even Hollander. I am from The Hague.
It is a bit of Babylonian Merriment
to us, Wim. So what is on your mind?
A high quality of MANNERS.
Isn't good manners sufficient to succeed in life?
We are over the age of 21. What is really on my mind is WOMEN.
Anyone we know?
I want to divert from manners and being successful in the office. In a movie, I heard the cry, "WOMEN FIRST' and "WOMEN and CHILDREN" as the ship was sinking. Afterwards, they are not all well-treated.
In what way?
The magic ls: DISCIPLINE IN THE BEDROOM. We all know what "coming" means. So..., when the woman says, "were you coming?", the husband rolls over. He is content. What about that "Women First?"
The woman must be given that "coming" first. A superior successful manner. See the lightning fast glimpse of a knowledgeable smile that says, you're my man, when she hears him say.................
Exactly. You all were so fast to understand. Pleased to see you again soon and BE MY GUEST.
Thanks Wim, good show.
The woman's name? Melanie. See p.120 in
"Cafe WIM' on Sussex Drive."