“It makes you look healthier,” she said, and told me she’d learned that trick from strippers in Atlanta.
“That’s fascinating,” I said. Chase advised against using vegetable oil, because it makes one smell like a french fry.
We were on the set of what director Andre Madness is calling the Untitled Kayden Kross College Project, and I’ll tell you more about that later. Suffice to say that the movie involves Kayden Kross and four other women naked or almost naked but wearing plaid skirts, as women in college do.
But looking at Kentucky’s Own Charley Chase in the morning sunlight reminded me of two things: I have never met anyone from Kentucky I didn’t like (that is why I am the only porn journalist officially recognized as a Kentucky Colonel) (off the top of my head, Audrey Hollander and Tera Wray are also from Kentucky), and the importance of saying Thank You.
A few years ago I did a good job at something and my boss at the time told me so.
“Nice work, Grams,” she said.
“Oh, it wasn’t hard,” I said. “Anybody could have – ”
“Grams, just say Thank You,” she said. “It’s insulting when someone refuses your compliment.”
I’d never thought of it that way before, but she was right. Deusing someone’s kind words with false humility doesn’t do anyone any good.
Anyway, into the room walked Kayden Kross, who took one look at Charlie Chase and said, “You have gorgeous boobs.”
“Thank you,” said Charley Chase.
Previously on Porn Valley Observed: What is a friend, Sadie West?; Money is tight, but Audrey Hollander is not a whore; Xbiz Summer ’07 Forum
See also: Adam & Eve