outrageous fantasies

“It could,” I interrupted. I would have surrendered an enthusiastic, “Hell, yes!” but women had taught me to suspect a trap when one of them started leading me down some naughty hallway. Who could tell what awkward confession I might be tricked into making? Perhaps overcautious, I would commit to nothing; If there was a chance we were taking a first step toward some outrageous fantasies, my best bet as a husband was to let my good lady wife lead us her merry way.

Lord Malinov, Journals of Lord Malinov

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