Little Sucubus Essay

2633 words - 11 pages

"Mylena I need your help!" Sweat said after sneaking into her den. If Jeezebel found out about his sneaky adventure he wouldn't hear the end of it. "What! What? What do you want, can't you see I'm trying to learn technique!" Mylena says between seductive licks of a helli-pop.

"Grendel's gonna get himself killed." He rants pacing her velvet carpet. All licking ceases and Mylena is all ears. "Speak." She grins and swishes her arrowed tail back and forth.

"Were gonna spy on Grendel...In the human world."
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{{ “Sweat, I can’t believe you talked me into this.” Mylena said for the uptenth time. She adjusted her binoculars and zoomed in on Grendel. The black haired gem was all over the woman he’d found earlier on the street. “Now that I’m finally free we could have went clubbing. You suck.”

Sweat and Mylena sat perched on a hotel balcony not far from the flat that Grendel was taken to by the woman he'd found on the street. In fact they had such a good view from checking into a hotel that stood exactly across from the apartment building.

Sweat grimaced. “Can you just tell me if he kills her or not?” He said agitatedly. “Besides, you should be watching anyway, after all, you’ll be in the same position soon.” Mylena frowned. “Fuck you Sweat.” He grinned. “In what position?” }}

“You act like you’ve tried positions.” Mylena scoffed, and grabbed a sour straw from the candy stash they had bought earlier.

“Well my parents didn’t name me Whet for nothing.” He said like he was discussing the time of the day. Mylena stiffened, before bursting out laughing. She couldn’t even hold the binoculars straight and she started to choke on the half eaten sour strip hanging out of her mouth.

“Wh- What do you make whet? The rain from your tears of not getting a piece of ass?”
Sweat glared at the faraway ground while Mylena sobered up. “Is that why you go by Sweat? I swear I won’t tell anyone.” She grinned wickedly.

“Whatever Mylena, I’ll grow into my name. Who knows, maybe you’ll be screaming it.”

"Only in your Whet dreams." Mylena scoffed and readjusted her binoculars once again.

This time when she looked, Grendel was already into the act having his turned back in her line of sight. "Dammit, Sweat !I can't see him. He has his back turned towards the window. You have to do something now."

"Now what could I possibly do at this moment?" Sweat laughed humorlessly and Mylena rolled her eyes. "Distract him, duh! I'm pretty sure she'll be uncomfortable and want to be up against pillows when he comes back."

"Why me? Why not you. Look you puśśy, get your aśś up there and go distract your brother or I'm leaving. Without you." She said throwing a hard glare his way.

“Fine, just make sure you do your part then.” He retorts back and disappears 3 stories down below at the middle garden.

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Sweat huffed, hopping over the hedge. He'd been hiding behind and trailing...

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