Wednesday, 17 June 2009

... and in that moment

a little wave of flutter fluttered over her, she felt the excitement that
only a lover feels .... and as his soft rubbery hands reached up and
caressed her equally rubbery cheeks -squeaking like balloons-
She knew it was true rove.


eat-a-heaps said...

Its been a while since I've had me some balloon squeaking. You've got me fired up like a duck in heat.
Hows that old saying go, like water off a ducks hat? ...unrelated of course.

boxof said...

yes, you're nearly right ..
the phrase is
"like water off an unrelated ducks CAT"
you get 7 points for being so close though.
well done to YOUUuu.
the word verification, coincidentally, is 'sceduck'

eat-a-heaps said...

weird my word verification was 'sceduck schmeduck'

Laurie Cannon said...


stefan said...

He grasped her face in his manly hands. "Ooh Julian!", she cried. Then he rubbed her head vigourously on his jumper before sticking her to the ceiling.

(word veri: scoopf)

stefan said...

He had seemed like such a kind man and the offer of coffee at his home seemed entirely innocent. But when she got there she discovered the awful truth. There was a brief struggle but alas, it was in vain. Thirty seconds later he had deftly twisted her face into a giraffe. The nightmare they call 'The Childrens Entertainer' had struck again.

eat-a-heaps said...

I love the way he's wearing his suit over his shoulder, gangster style.
He's definitely a scoundrel. Daresay a bounder?

Jonathan said...

word verification is skincyan, which seems balloonishly appropriate.

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