Become the Perfect 50's Sissy Housewife
How to Be the Perfect 1950ís Housewife - for Sissies!
Lots of sissies want to be housewives, and lots of sissies also want to live that perfect lifestyle of dresses, and having dinner made on time and also having the perfect clean house. Even if this is just a fantasy for you, itís still fun on what you could do to be a perfect housewife sissy for your Mistress, or your favorite fantasy man.
First of all - quit your job. A fifties sissy housewife does not need to be working at all! Your place is at home!
Before your Mistress, husband, or boyfriend gets up - make sure you get up a couple of hours earlier so that you can dress up nice and put your make up on perfectly! Then, get ready to cook a nourishing breakfast. Then, make sure you have your clothes ready for your Mistress or whomever you are serving!
Make sure you plan, or pack, your Mistress or Master a nice lunch and send them on their way! Next, itís cleaning, laundry and cleaning the whole house. This includes dusting, mopping, and cleaning the bathrooms up and down. Donít forget you must look fresh and pretty the whole time you are doing it!
Now itís time for your Master or your Mistress to come home, and again, you must freshen up your lipstick and look your very best. They had an exhausting day and like a good sissy housewife, you must be there to serve them and make them feel special!
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