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Secrets Behind Closed Doors Essay

2824 words - 12 pages

1. My First Time
2. Really, I mean
3. Campus
4. Tonight
5. Any Time
6. Right Time
Warning:
This book contains explicit sexual content. Read at your own risk. All characters in this book are fictional and are not related. Any events related to someone or anything is coincidental.
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Poverty Struck
Sitting on the couch in their three bedroom apartment that was shared with their parents, Billy and Nicole could hear the neighbors having sex again. “Oh yeah fuck me Mike” said the female voice. As loud as they were it almost got annoying but it was also intriguing in a way. Listening to their bed creak and slamming the wall made one wonder if it beat the crap out of the sheetrock. “OHHH IM COMING!!” shouted the female voice. Listening to her cry out a climax and finally hearing the male moaning and groaning they finally were quiet. “DAMN, wish I had a girl friend to fuck when I wanted to” said Billy. “I know” said Nicole. “Most women these days are not interested in me nor are I interested in them. It’s hard to find one that is compatible” said Billy. “I Know, we are different then the majority. We don’t have money to go out a lot and have only a few trusted friends. You have a job at a warehouse and I am going to college to earn a degree” said Nicole. “Workaholics?” questioned Billy. Both were laughing.
“What are you going to do this summer Billy”? asked Nicole. “I was going to hang out with the old man but we will probably only see him for the holidays, he is always gone across the states with his truck driving job”, said Billy. “Yeah, and ma works at the thrift store all the time. She’s dating John, I wonder if she fucks him?” laughed Nicole. “I bet the old man finds a lot lizards or two at the truck stops, fifty bucks gets his load sucked off, two bills to slip it in her tight spot!” laughed Billy. “We shouldn’t talk about our parents like that” laughed Nicole. Billy looking at Nicole, he pressed his body against her and grabbed her ass “BILLY! What are you doing?” asked Nicole. “Everyone has their own secrets behind closed doors, ummm” said Billy slowly. “Ohh” said Nicole. Both smiling, He let go of her slowly, focusing on the warm feeling of her triple D breasts now creating a cold spot on his chest. “I know you listen to me when I sit naked at night on my computer in my room…huh” said Billy. Nicole’s cheeks blushing. “Do you think about…?” asked Billy. “You walked in on me in the bathroom” explained Nicole. “I really had to go and you didn’t seem to hide yourself while you were shaving your cunt” said Billy. “Do you think about… when you see me in the shower?” asked Nicole. Billy shrugged it off as null and smiled.
“I can’t believe you have not found a man after your first year at the junior college” said Billy. “Ninety eight percent of my paralegal classmates are female. Most all the guys are losers, I like business oriented men, I want a lawyer for a man, clean cut, rich and a nice body” said Nicole. “I wish I would have gone to the JC...

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