So the people see her naked, so they stare at the body that has given birth to kings. This is the punishment Cersei Lannister was subjected to in Sunday’s episode of “Game of Thrones”–but its roots run much deeper than just George R. The image of a publicly shamed adulterer is a thread that runs through medieval literature, as well.
From Guinevere’s ill-fated romance with (no naming coincidence here) Lancelot to actual French customary laws, images that reflect Cersei’s ordeal are abundant.
He responds by saying just the thought of me wet and naked is enough to get him hard.I tell him how much I enjoyed it, and like the tease he is, he responds by saying "enjoy dinner, but I know what you'd rather have." He's not wrong. On my screen is an image of my Hometown Boy stroking his incredibly hard dick.I slowly take my clothes off for him, making a show of it.Here I am, Face Timing my mother from the sanctuary of my guest bathroom.(I’m the naked one in the upper right-hand corner, not the naked one taking up most of the screen.) Sigh. ******* Read What Happened When I Gave My Parents an i Pad HERE. " Jen Mann, NYT Best Selling Author of People I Want to Punch in the Throat Audiobook AVAILABLE NOW!