View Full Version : Famous wenches

12-30-2002, 09:54 PM
I was looking through my handy dandy little brown book and dissapointed to not see MY favorite wench there.


Sorry - she's been my role model for a long long time. She helped me through a divorce and helped keep me on the path to bliss. She's independent, full of joy and mirth and takes a dim view of men who take life too seriously. (Remember, in Barrie's book she frequently calls Peter a "silly ass")

Are there any other women of note that should be included on the list?

Just a suggestion for the web site : wenches through the ages!

Have some fun and lets come up with a Looooong list!

Another favorite - the best of the female pirates - Grace O'Malley.

12-31-2002, 10:53 PM
If you've got Grace O'Malley you've also got to have Mary Read and Anne Bonny.

I also nominate Queen Elizabeth the First. She was the most powerful woman of her time, never married and united and held togather a failing kingdom. And she was a redhead :aok: Damn powerful woman!!!

Mairi the Herbwench
01-02-2003, 01:25 PM
My Fav - Betty Boop! Smart, sexy, and a whole lot of fun...

01-02-2003, 05:19 PM
I've got a few nominations ...

Fantasy and Fiction Character Types
Jane (Tarzan's lady love)
Jessica Rabbit
The Gilmore Girls

Real-type folks
Camryn Manheim
Lucille Ball
Goldie Hawn
Bette Midler

lots more - but I'll leave those nominations for you ...

01-03-2003, 12:26 AM
I've got a few nominations ...

Fantasy and Fiction Character Types

But Mata Hari was real! She was executed by the French in 1917.


01-03-2003, 09:41 AM
You're right - my bad.

da Baroness

01-03-2003, 05:27 PM
You're right - my bad.

da Baroness

Oh, sweat not-- I was actually going to back you up on her wenchness factor, but somehow hit the wring button. :x! So-- you think she'll be exonerated? Not like it's not 86 years too late or anything.

Oh, and has anyone mentioned Annie Oakley?

01-03-2003, 05:35 PM
I think we should pick a "Wench of the Year" award and give someone in the news an honorary membership.....

Did I tell you all that I was raised in the birthplace of women's rights? Good old Seneca Falls, NY, site of the first women's rights convention held in 1848.

Hey, maybe we could make a pilgrimage or something.....any takers?