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I stroked her hair in the pale glow of the fluorescent bulbs. How many times had I done this before? 500? 1000? Probably closer to 350.
She was slightly sweaty as she usually gets when we do this. I kissed the back of her neck.
"Oh man, not on my shoes! Be careful would you?"
One thing is for certain. It would take something very special to make me wander from this catch.
I donít know what it is about plugging a gal in the ass, in the bathroom of a nice restaurant as she spews her 50 dollar dinner into the toilet.
Some may say, "Stay away from a gal with Bulimia, they're nothing but trouble."
I say, "She definitely stays trim."
Date Written: January 27, 2004Comments:
Average Vote: 3.8889
02/2/2004 anonymous (5):
02/2/2004 anonymous (4):
02/2/2004 Will Disney (4): this one is sort of romantic.
02/2/2004 qualcomm (3): this has some good material in it, but the style was sloppy. sometimes sloppy is good, especially if it's intentional. but this is just regular sloppy, so it detracts from the content. "Probably closer to 350" is a sweet line. for some reason, i find all the quotes useless. here's my edit:
I stroked her hair in the pale glow of the fluorescent bulbs. How many times had I done this before? 500? 1000? Probably closer to 350. She was slightly sweaty, as she usually is when we do this. I kissed the back of her neck.
I donít know what it is about plugging a gal in the ass in the bathroom of a nice restaurant as she spews her 50 dollar dinner into the toilet, but one thing is for certain: wild Ted Dansons couldn't drag me away.
02/2/2004 Ewan Snow: This is an excellent first effort, if not altogether successful. I did laugh at 350, which I guess is funny because it's so pedantic. Keep 'em coming senator.
02/2/2004 Lenny: "Wild Ted Dansons"? I don't get it Feldspar. Is there some equine quality I'm missing about Ted D.?
02/2/2004 Moe-Ron (4): The suprise of bulimia is nice. Made me laugh and cringe at the same time.
02/2/2004 Jon Matza: Here senator unflinchingly depicts a truth few dare to face: the refusal of most bulimic women to yield to 350 anal sessions in restaurant bathrooms until their boyfriends cough up $17,500. By creating a protagonist who trustingly accepts this expenditure without complaint, senator powerfully underscores the villainess' cold-blooded econo-erotic manipulation of her hapless prey. Chilling.
02/2/2004 qualcomm: no equine quality to ted. that would be homo.
02/3/2004 Texxx: I'd prefer to see 'the ass' written as 'THA AZZ,' for which Slappy has a particular fondness.
02/3/2004 senator: I'd like to thank everyone for your comments on my first attempt. I'm sorry to say I have 3 others in the que, and in my opinion this is the best one. The best part of this short was Matza's commentary. The "villainess' cold-blooded econo-erotic manipulation of her hapless prey", that would have made an excellent punchline. This short was sloppy, and not intentionally. I'm glad you guys got a kick out of the "350" line.
02/3/2004 Benny Maniacs (4): Yeah. Exceptionally bold, and you can now never run for public office. Feldspar's right except fuck Ted Danson.
02/3/2004 Ewan Snow: Feldspar's Ted Danson joke was one of the funnier on the site in the last several days.
02/3/2004 senator: I blew my chance of running for office years ago. It is actually quite liberating.
02/4/2004 Lenny (4): Wonderful. I know a lot of people have noted the "350" line - but I just loved the "not on my shoes" line. That's what really makes this a great short, IMHO. If you take it out, you basically have a guy totally in love w/ a bullemic. But by keeping it, there's a bit of disgust involved, too. He loves her - but not enough to let her ralph on his shoes.
02/11/2004 Dolemite (4): This feels vaguely familiar...
03/4/2005 deliciousbrains (3): I would have left it at "I donít know what it is about plugging a gal in the ass, in the bathroom of a nice restaurant as she spews her 50 dollar dinner into the toilet."