Ladies. Is it ok for a guy to write this stuff?
Posted Tue May 06, 2008 01:24 PM
I led him to the kitchen and opened the cabinet door under the leaking sink – then I got down on my knees, stuck my head in the cabinet with my knees spread and my ass raised in front of him. “Get down behind me so you can get a good look at it,” I said. He got down right behind me (I could feel his heavy breathing hitting my butt), and I said, “Do you see the wet spot that needs to be worked on?” “Yes, Ma’am – I can see it real good!”
He stood up first and as I was getting up he said, “Damn, I’ll bet that’s some fine eating!” That took me totally by surprise and made my heart really start pounding the blood through me – none of the other guys I’d teased like that had ever been bold enough to say anything - they just stared and drooled and tripped over themselves. I saw his swollen cock bulging in his jeans and stepped on over the line - I was too hot and too wet to stop with teasing now. I turned around to face him, untied my shirt to let my tits loose, pushed my little shorts down to my ankles, and said “I love a man who speaks his mind! You’re just as big a scoundrel as I am, aren’t you? It is some fine eating and you can eat it; bury that hard dick of yours in it and fuck me like you own me until I feel your body jerking and you’re pumping that hot cum deep in my belly!” We spent half the afternoon on the living room carpet sucking and fucking until I was limp as a washrag.
After he had gotten dressed and was heading for the door, he said, “I’ll be back tomorrow to fix that leak and get some more of that good pussy. But if there’s any left tomorrow I’d still like to have some of that chocolate cake I was talking about in the kitchen.”
Posted Wed May 07, 2008 04:40 PM
Posted Wed May 07, 2008 07:37 PM
Did he give you a discount for the plumbing?
Posted Wed May 07, 2008 08:13 PM
I know how my mind thinks, so many people have said I should... from ex girlfriends to gay mates... but seriously... I dunno what to start with, nor who would publish it, and I don't even know if women would even want a book written by a bloke...
Does make me wonder.
Posted Wed May 07, 2008 08:16 PM
Any one get me drift?