A very dear friend of ours has been gagging for a Toilet Tales version of Lady Chatterley's Lover for some time now. Voilà!
|The young Constance Reid marries Clifford, Lord Chatterley, in a lavish ceremony, and goes to live with him at Wragby Hall. Unfortunately Lord Chatterley is packed off to the war shortly thereafter, and returns crippled and impotent.|
|Lord Chatterley is, no doubt for good reason, obsessed with miners.|
|After becoming a writer, Lord Chatterley surrounds himself with intellectuals. |
His wife finds them boring and pretentious. Her existence becomes ever more draining.
|Luckily, she soon finds recreation and amusement in the arms of Mellors, the gamekeeper.|
|Lady Chatterley goes on holiday. |
During her absence, Mellors' wife returns, causing a scandal with her ill-natured remarks.
The gossip-mongers have a field day.
|Mellors is fired and goes to live on a farm. Lady Chatterley moves in with her sister to await her confinement. |
We assume that they meet again, and live happily ever after.