"What characters may I ask，" it consequently inquired， "will you inscribe？ and what place will I be taken to？ pray， pray explain to me in lucid terms." "You mustn't be inquisitive，" the bonze replied， with a smile， "in days to come you'll certainly understand everything." Having concluded these words， he forthwith put the stone in his sleeve， and proceeded leisurely on his journey， in company with the Taoist priest. Whither， however， he took the stone， is not divulged. Nor can it be known how many centuries and ages elapsed， before a Taoist priest， K'ung K'ung by name， passed， during his researches after the eternal reason and his quest after immortality， by these Ta Huang Hills， Wu Ch'i cave and Ch'ing Keng Peak. Suddenly perceiving a large block of stone， on the surface of which the traces of characters giving， in a connected form， the various incidents of its fate， could be clearly deciphered， K'ung K'ung examined them from first to last. They， in fact， explained how that this block of worthless stone had originally been devoid of the properties essential for the repairs to the heavens， how it would be transmuted into human form and introduced by Mang Mang the High Lord， and Miao Miao， the Divine， into the world of mortals， and how it would be led over the other bank （across the San Sara）。 On the surface， the record of the spot where it would fall， the place of its birth， as well as various family trifles and trivial love affairs of young ladies， verses， odes， speeches and enigmas was still complete； but the name of the dynasty and the year of the reign were obliterated， and could not be ascertained. i love vibrators
On the obverse， were also the following enigmatical verses：
Lacking in virtues meet the azure skies to mend， In vain the mortal world full many a year I wend， Of a former and after life these facts that be， Who will for a tradition strange record for me？ rabbit vib
K'ung K'ung， the Taoist， having pondered over these lines for a while， became aware that this stone had a history of some kind. vibrater online
"Brother stone，" he forthwith said， addressing the stone， "the concerns of past days recorded on you possess， according to your own account， a considerable amount of interest， and have been for this reason inscribed， with the intent of soliciting generations to hand them down as remarkable occurrences. But in my own opinion， they lack， in the first place， any data by means of which to establish the name of the Emperor and the year of his reign； and， in the second place， these constitute no record of any excellent policy， adopted by any high worthies or high loyal statesmen， in the government of the state， or in the rule of public morals. The contents simply treat of a certain number of maidens， of exceptional character； either of their love affairs or infatuations， or of their small deserts or insignificant talents； and were I to transcribe the whole collection of them， they would， nevertheless， not be estimated as a book of any exceptional worth."