I didn’t know anyone as wild as a Westchester girl, when it came to guys,

June 13, Saturday, Went to wild Westchester Party.

Laid in the sun all day. Phil picked me up about 8:00. We all went to a party in Playa Del Rey. It was the worst thing I ever saw. Every girl there was a slut, I think they were all drunk. They wore Hip Hugger Shorts and Crop Tops. They were all over the floor and the beds. A girl would go from one boy to another an make out with him. Phil tried to kiss me, but I wouldn’t let him. We went to the Jib, so they could get a beer. Saw Pam and Jerry Booth and Doug. I had a crummy time. I didn’t see Dave, but all the guys were at the Jib. I wish I liked someone again.

saffrons hip hugger and crop top

There was a real difference between Westchester Girls and Culver Girls.  I didn’t know anyone as wild as a Westchester girl, when it came to guys, dirty dancing, making out at parties and wearing practically nothing on a date.  We’d wear crop tops and shorts over our bathing suits at the beach, but not in a making out situation.  Nobody wanted to be known as a Slut in Saffrons.  Maybe that’s why Howard and Dave left me for Westchester girls,  I wasn’t as easy as I might have appeared.

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About saffronsrule

Sharrie Williams is the author of The Maybelline Story and a direct descendant of the Maybelline Cosmetic Family. Great niece of Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams. Buy a signed copy today.
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