Now Dee happens to be much too nice of a person to ever do that on purpose, but ask anyone that has ever called her a friend, and they will assure you that this sentiment happens to be true. It may seem strange to be quoting famous poets in what essentially serves as a sales pitch for an adult star’s personal web site, but Dee brings out the, um … let’s go with romance … in most everyone she meets.
Over the years, the “Dee Travels” have been extensive, you see, so we chose one brief moment in one little trip as a sample for DeesClub.
Dee Travels Well
Remember when we mentioned the poet earlier? Well, you can’t say we didn’t warn you. You may, naturally — as with all our prose pontifications — simply stop reading at this point, which presumes, we know, that you have managed to make it thus far what with all the DeeStractions on the page. If you stop reading, though, you may never learn the secret to making Dee happy forever and ever … just so you know.
Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote, “‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” — which may be true in most cases. He missed the point when it comes to Dee, however (you know, probably because she wouldn’t even be born for like 130 years or so).
It may well be better to have loved and lost Dee, but it is BEST to have loved Dee and then beat back anyone who tries to take your place with a stick! You’ll find DeesClub worth the ride. She loves us back.