. . when Ginger came in. She was a stewardess. Every uncle flirted with her. All the other Aunts glared at her--except Doris who could hold
Ginger was very sweet. She acted like she didn't know the effect hot pants and vinyl white boots had on The Uncles.
She batted her eyes innocently and the Uncles howled.
Uncle Eddy took my older cousin Gary aside one night when
The Uncles were howling and told him something. I wasn't included, but I had a pretty good idea of what it was.
After that, Gary howled the loudest.