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In his corner office, Maitre d’Armes, captain of industry, and near septaugenarian, gentleman Richard Bonerman swished his epee into a classic Jean-Louis striking stance circa 1830.

"En garde," he sneered at the glowing monitor. His sneer gave way to a look of puppy-like bewilderment.

He gained his chair and carefully re-read the last message posted in the "Hot Man on Man Action" Chat Room, completely baffled by the sudden topic switch.

Hello! bonerman69 you are logged into...
Hot Man on Man Action
Topic - is "Frenching" "Freedoming" now?

Heya bonerman69!
>bonerman69: Hello, backstabber! With a name like 'backstabber' am I to assume you duel often?
>backstabber: word bonerman69, are you into leather?
>bonerman: Which word? Yes, I'm a regular fanatic according to the chaps! Don't you just love the feel of a quivering sword after a blow? I've recently perfected the "Grind and Stab" technique, quite invigorating!
>backstabber: My sword is quivering right now, I can't wait to sink my hard, throbbing cock into your ass after a grinding 69 suck-fest.

At his home later that evening, Mr. Bonerman reflected on the strange behavior of the online fencing enthusiast as he fucked a jar of warm ground beef with a "Hello! My name is...Julia" sticker on it, nowhere near climax.

Date Written: August 09, 2004
Author: TheBuyer
Average Vote: 4.2

08/12/2004 Mr. Pony (4): The gag was a little too spelled out, and I don't think that link does anything for the story, but the name-tag made me laugh out loud.
08/12/2004 John Slocum (4): I was enjoying the simplicity of the gag being spelled out. I enjoyed the last 'graf (ie paragraph) also. Agreed on uselessness of link. En Garde, Ponydawg!
08/12/2004 Litcube (5): "Stab Grind," it was. "STAB GRIND".
08/12/2004 qualcomm (4):
08/12/2004 Will Disney (4):
08/12/2004 qualcomm: hey everyone: oi loik t'suKH yo coKH
08/12/2004 Mr. Pony: You dork--Please confine your Klingon poetry to your Star Trek chat rooms!