Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Purely Platonic


  1. Dear Plum,
    My sister Jess was like this with 'borderline' cases. She used to 'work on them, often for years at a time. She would squeeze in next to them on the sofa, gaze affectionately at them, and occasionally poke them in the ribs. She usually got there in the end.
    love, Katie

  2. Replies
    1. I bet Timmy and Ben are good kissers and I'd like to see what would happen if they met Claudia. xx Plum

  3. You need to learn how to purr; nobody can resist a warm furry body curled up next to them, purring away! That's how I get all my Mums friends to adore me as they should.

    Love, Gracie

    1. I've been trying. It makes me feel a bit funny and everyone tells me to be quiet. I'll go on practising because you are usually right.
      Love plum

  4. No, no, no. You are going about it all wrong, Plum. Ignore what the others say. I'm going to let you into a little secret: The Rules for Plum Dog. Next time, when Claudia comes around, sniff the air in front of her delicately as though there is a slightly offending smell, then, turn around and show her your your delicately raised backside. Walk away. I repeat, walk away. And for the remainder of her visit do not look her in the eye. I repeat, do not look her in the eye. Repeat this process for THREE visits. DO NOT WAVER. Claudia will not know what hit her and I guarantee, she will be begging you for kisses by the end of this process. Fail safe.