|George became one of the girls.|
When his wife talked him into going to a costume party at a night-club she suggested they both dress as a chorus-girls. At first he refused outright but then Sally had shown him the costume, with plumes of feathers, sexy figure-hugging bodice, satin elbow gloves, and matching nylons and high heels. Torn between seeing his wife dressed in such a sexy outfit and the sheer embarrassment of wearing such a feminine costume he eventually agreed but only because he assumed that no one they knew would be there. He even agreed to shave his body, at Sally's insistence, so that the costume would look 'just right'.
As they entered the club he discovered to his horror that some of the women from his wife's book club were there wearing identical costumes.
"Didn't I tell you, I got the idea from a book we are reading," Sally said with a wicked grin.
"I'm can't go in there," George gasped. "I'm going home."
"Don't be silly," Sally replied. "You look perfectly adorable in those pantyhose and you have such good legs."
George was about to turn and run but before he could his wife called out to the other girls.
"Hi Debbie, Lynn, here is my husband George. As I told you he will be joining us on stage tonight."
"What!" squeaked George.
"Yes dear, the book is all about a group of four chorus girls and we thought it would be fun to try and get the feeling of dancing on stage. But only three of us were able to come tonight so you have to make up the numbers."
"My, you are a pretty girl aren't you?" Debbie said as George blushed bright red.
"You never told me George was such a diva", giggled Lynn.
All three girls burst out laughing and before he could make a move hustled him into the dark club and towards the stage. It was only once he was inside that George noticed that there were only women in club.
"That's right," Sally explained when George asked about this. "The book is about dancers in an all-girls club."
As the girls made their way to the front of the room the crowd roared and whistled their approval, with George getting most of the attention...