Prince Chairman Renniersmithusso was completely indifferent to the vodka-punch bacchanalia of the summer, not because he didn’t care about the party-goers, but  because he found a small space into which he could fit himself.

–Cindy Capleton


Caligula didn’t know what to do: should he pretend to be indifferent to the festivities in the room below and tend to his recently-contracted crabs? Or should take off his toga, douse himself in oil, join the bacchanalia downstairs, continue the foursome he started earlier, shove a wine bottle up his butt by “accident,” and spend the next 48 hours in a wine-induced pig-like hump frenzy?

~Lady S.

It’s not that I’ve become indifferent to Secret Touchings, my life’s passion, but rather just caught up in some west coast bacchanalia.
-Gladys Potter

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One Response to Bacchanalia/indifferent

  1. Velma Creen says:

    Rothchild delighted in many a bacterial bacchanalia frequently staged on his tongue, and indifferent to his indiscretion in passing them on.

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