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Pat Dunn-Continuance
By Tony Mike Nerone
Monday, August 18, 2003



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Memories

I liked Pat's bubbly personality.
Her smile perked my mind. I wanted to kiss her right there on the bus.I really didn't give a rat's behind who would see either!
However I liked her so much, I felt it would be degrading for her. So I kept my hot lips on my face where they belonged. Besides my infantile mind thought, suppose she turns her face away. I had this super conceited ego then, but deep inside my chest I felt she was to good for a low life drunk like me.
She was vivacious to the point that I rode all the way down to 18th street where she worked.I just was so captivated by her natural Irish beauty.
I was 42 blocks past my stop!
She asked me, where do you get off? I lied, I said here!

When we stood to depart, I seen Pat's left leg was indeed smaller than her right leg. A birth defect I thought. It did not matter, what did was my hard-on I was trying to hide from her. Back then, a constant erection was normal for me. Her eyes though were fixed unto mine. She was so beautiful. I felt a surge of ecstacy run through my body, as my scrotum ached from love.

Pat worked at Barnes and Noble, and I walked with her towards the store. I asked her what time was her lunch hour, she replied with a smile, one o'clock. Great I said. I will pick you up then here at the store. Luchau's sound okay, I asked with anticipation. She smiled leaned forward, tilted her head up and kissed me flush on my mouth, than said yes!

To be continued


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Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor 8/18/2003
Good story, Tony...soooooo, about this hard-on...I trust you are now well ?? [smiles]
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 8/18/2003
Waiting to read more of this excellent write.
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 8/18/2003
Now this is exciting. How will you manifest this relationship now...I'm on the edge of my seat....waiting with baited breathe.

Love,
Susan
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 8/18/2003
excellent write, tony; can't wait to read more! :D (((HUGS))) and love, your texas friend, karen lynn.


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