Midnight Frolic: New Year’s Eve, 1965

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Here’s to happy smooching at the stroke of midnight, just like they did half a century ago. If she says, “Kiss me, stupid,” you can assume it’s consensual.

Photo by Joel Meyerowitz.

Happy New Year from Ivy Style! — CC

4 Comments on "Midnight Frolic: New Year’s Eve, 1965"

  1. Ward Wickers | December 31, 2015 at 2:31 pm |

    Happy New Year, everyone!

  2. CC writes: “If she says, “Kiss me, stupid,” you can assume it’s consensual.”

    I dunno, CC. From what I hear is she’s at Columbia University you’d better get her to put that in a notarized affidavit just to be safe. 🙂

    Thanks for a great year of entertaining and educational Ivy/Trad blogging.

  3. Rowell Crowper | January 2, 2016 at 12:01 am |

    @Mazama:

    One question: Does your use of the slash in “Ivy/Trad” mean that “Ivy” and “Trad” are different terms for the same thing, or are you using the slash to mean “&”?
    Thanks for a reply.

  4. “Kiss Me Stupid” was a 1964 film with Dean Martin and Kim Novak. If Kim said “Kiss me stupid” I certainly wouldn’t say “Uh, NO”‘!!!

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