Tiffani Meets Her Match

(by Smoke Signals, 10 October 1995)


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Tiffani Meets Her Match

     Tiffani was intrigued and a bit uneasy, as she sat at the bar. It wasn't
unusual to see a guy watch her put on her nightly show; she often had several
men watching her out of the corners of their eyes, trying desperately not to
be obvious, seemingly ashamed of the effect she had on them. What was unusual
tonight is that this guy was so obvious, and didn't seem ashamed in the
least. He had positioned 
himself at a nearby table with a perfect view of her seat, and was watching
Tiffani with undisguised admiration. 
     Being watched, of course, did not bother Tiffani at all. It was the
whole point of her nightly visit to the bar; in her mind, it validated her
sexuality to have such extraordinary control over men she didn't 
even know. But this one made her feel a bit strange. 
      Any impartial observer would tell you that Tiffani was a very
good-looking woman. She was 24 years old, with piercing blue eyes and
shimmering dark hair which fell naturally below her shoulders. 
Her low-cut black top, leather skirt and stiletto heels showed her ample
figure and shapely legs to best advantage. Her appearance was perfect, her
long flame-red nails well-manicured, her makeup flawless. Yet Tiffani did not
feel attractive or sexy--that is, until she was doing what she did best in
life: smoking. 
Only then could Tiffani feel desirable.
     Her thoughts were drawn back to her bold admirer. It was almost as if he
was issuing a challenge: "Let's see how good you really are." She wasn't used
to being challenged, and certainly wasn't used to the odd sensation she felt
in the pit of her stomach.
     Tiffani took a long drink to clear her head.  She said to herself, "Get
hold of yourself, girl. You're in control here, remember?" She stubbed out
her cigarette, picked up the gold case that was in front of her on the bar,
delicately extracted another cigarette, and lit it with the lighter that was
hidden in a corner of the cigarette case. She deliberately avoided looking in
the direction of her one-member audience, as she drew deeply on her Saratoga
120, letting the warm smoke fill her lungs. Keeping her fingernails wrapped
around the cigarette but not removing it from her mouth, Tiffani took a
second deep drag, then a third, exhaling twin streams of thick smoke through
her nostrils as she inhaled the second and third times. Settling back on her
stool and feeling back in control of herself, she took the cigarette from her
mouth and expertly french inhaled a large mouthful of smoke, contentedly
letting her remaining smoke drift slowly from her nose as she glanced out of
the corner of her eye toward the man at the table.
     Much to her dismay, he was still calmly watching her. Even worse, a
slight smile seemed to play around the corners of his mouth. She knew she was
crazy, but she could almost imagine him saying "Not bad, so far." 
     Once again, Tiffani was shaken. And she responded to this imagined
challenge the only way she knew how. "Fine, you want a show," she thought,
"let's see you watch this performance without falling under the spell."
     Tiffani went to work, and put on the most astounding display of sexy
smoking she could muster. She chain-smoked her way through four Saratoga 120s
and two Sherman 164s--inhaling until she could 
almost feel the smoke in her toes--french inhaling--allowing large clouds of
smoke to slowly drift from her lips before rapidly inhaling them back
in--exhaling showily through her nose--opening her mouth 
wide after inhales so that a vast ocean of smoke could be seen eddying and
swirling before vanishing into her lungs--blowing huge, thick smoke rings
which hovered in front of her as she bisected them with streams of smoke. She
used every trick she had ever learned. And throughout, he watched politely,
smiling occasionally, even ("I must be imagining this," she thought) mouthing
encouraging phrases like "very nice" or "well done." 
     This was the most distressing evening Tiffani had experienced since she
discovered the power of smoking. Men were always intimidated by her; she used
smoking to control them. Yet, this one seemed oblivious to her power. In
fact, she realized with a start, she was actually being controlled by this
anonymous voyeur. She felt an unexplainable and desperate need to meet with
his approval. Yet she 
could not bear to admit it. Not yet.
     Tiffani thought "let's see how you deal with this type of smoker," and
reached into her purse, taking out what appeared to be a small change purse.
With a slight glance in the direction of her admirer, she opened the flap and
extracted a wad of tobacco and a rolling paper. Delicately yet expertly, she
used her long red fingernails to roll an oversized cigarette, placed it
between her painted lips, and lit 
it with a stainless-steel Zippo she used for this express purpose.
Deliberately looking in another direction, Tiffani smoked the entire
cigarette in what seemed to be less than two minutes, only removing 
it from her lips twice to delicately flick her ash, before taking two long
final long drags and then using her long nails to casually flip the tiny
butt, still-lit, into a nearby fern-pot.
     Exhaling her remaining smoke through her nostrils, she glanced over
triumphantly. Incredibly, he spoke, his words barely audible. "Good, although
I've seen better," he said.
     Tiffani had to wrap her legs tightly around her bar stool to keep from
quivering. Actually, that was just one reason; she also needed to cling to
the stool so that she wouldn't be able to give into an 
overwhelming urge to throw herself at the man's feet and beg him to take her
home.
     Somehow, Tiffani found the strength to hold her ground. She took another
drink, felt her self-control returning, and even managed to smile sweetly at
the man who had become as much her tormentor as her admirer. With a final
burst of determination, Tiffani again reached into her purse, and came out
with a long, thick Jeroboam, a sterling-silver cutter, and a box of kitchen
matches. Tossing her hair over one shoulder, Tiffani clamped the huge cigar
into a corner of her mouth, struck one of the matches, and expertly brought
her cigar to life with a series of small puffs and then an enormous,
cheek-hollowing drag. She held the strong, aromatic smoke deep in her lungs,
inhaling again and again, before fully french inhaling a mouthful of cigar
smoke, and contentedly exhaling a double-stream through her nose. 
     Tiffani placed her cigar between her lips, finally feeling ready to
stare down the mysterious man who had caused her so much distress all
evening. She turned slowly toward his table. He was gone.
     Tiffani would have expected (or perhaps, hoped) to experience a vast
feeling of relief. Yet, that was not the case. She had never experienced the
sharp pang of disappointment and loss that she was feeling, and had no name
for it, no way to describe or explain it. All she knew was that she felt more
alone than she had ever felt in her life.
     Tiffani gathered up her cigarette case, her lighters and her purse, and
slowly headed for the door. She paused briefly at the now-empty table, not
knowing why--and noticed a small slip of paper sitting next to the man's
empty glass. Not knowing why, she grabbed for the piece of paper, held her
breath, and read the neatly-printed words: "See you tomorrow night."
     Clutching the paper to her breast, Tiffani sank down into a chair. She
couldn't move, couldn't speak, could barely breathe. But, her heart pounding,
she finally understood the odd, foreign mix of feelings 
she'd been experiencing all evening long.
     It was love.



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