Lonely Girl: Camel Toe
After all the drama earlier at the game the Lonely Girl just wanted to chill with her boy toy. On the way back to the shuttle the bimbo came out of nowhere and jumped Lonely Girl. She started telling lies about Lonely Girl to get her man back. She made Lonely Girl look like a psycho that needed to be in a crazy hospital.
The hot boy toy then proceeded to get in the bimbo’s car and left Lonely Girl at the shuttle. The bimbo then gave the boy toy more shots so she could take advantage of him. He was starting to get drunk and the beer goggles were on that night. The bimbo was pretty intoxicated herself. Her hair was dripping wet and she enjoyed her boy toy gawking at her camel toe.
The goggles he was wearing made her look smokin hot. They always seemed to distort reality. Her pants were three sizes to small and showed everything. The camel toe was staring right at the boy toy saying: “Come get me big boy”. His ex- bimbo had been rode hard and put away wet.
At this time in the night all the boy toy cared about was getting laid. They groped each other until they got to the hotel. They were so drunk they forget where they were going and went behind a bush. Too bad the boy toy wasn’t in the right frame of mind because he could have been with a good girl.
The ex- bimbo started to pull down his pants when she saw a very bright light. “Hey what are you kid’s doing?” The cop then put the two in the car and drove them down to the station. They both spent the night and woke up with a killer hangover. They couldn’t remember what they did to get arrested. The boy toy was disgusted he chose his ex- bimbo over beautiful Lonely Girl.
He felt something special with Lonely Girl and wanted a second chance. Would she ever talk to him again after he left her alone at the shuttle? Lonely Girl was sad because it felt so right with this guy and he didn’t feel the same.
She was just a number to him, another notch on his belt. Lonely Girl was tired of being the other girl. She wanted to be the only one he desired. If there were no obstacles in the way they would have had a night in heaven…To be continued
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