Monthly Archives: February 2016

Wednesday Briefs: February 23, 2016

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Double Trouble: Chapter 63 by Jon Keys
 
Darrin leaned back against the chair with his feet propped up on the footstool as Mitch brought him a beer from the fridge. He took a drink and turned back to Orin and Rob.
“How’d you meet? How long have you been together?”
They glanced at each other and Darrin could tell they both were frantically counting, and hoping the other one wouldn’t notice. Rob looked up first with a smile. “Since I was a sophomore. Orin’s a cradle robber.”
“I was not. I’d just started grad school. So I was only a few years older.”
Darrin grinned at them and smiled. “So you’ve been finishing up over the last year while Orin was here?”

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Wednesday Briefs: February 17, 2016

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Evans Woodworking: Chapter 27 by Jim Dunaway

Over dinner Ethan and Chris continued to talk. “So describe him to me.” Chris demanded.

“I’d say he was about six-two, maybe two-hundred-fifteen pounds, and even his muscles had muscles. His hair was dark brown and he had grey eyes.” He said with a wistful tone in his voice. Chris snickered. “What’s so funny?” He demanded.

In a sing-song voice, Chris replied, “E-than’s in lo-ove.”

“Fuck you!”

“So not happening, little brother. However, I suspect that if this Ryan guy were to flash his dick in front of your face you’d be bent over with your pants around your ankles quicker n’ shit.” Chris teased.

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Wednesday Briefs: February 10, 2016

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Innocence & Carnality: Part 31 by Mann Ramblings

In front of the dressing mirror I held a new garment against me. The color was bolder than I liked, but Blythe had wasted no time reminding me the outing was to make me more indigenous. He had spouted commentary on every choice, lewd or otherwise. When we approached the undergarments, I sent him outside. Some opinions did not need verbalizing.

“Excellent choices,” Rother said, looking through the wardrobe. “So how much of my money found it’s way into shop owners’ pockets today?”

“None even the smallest coin. I have my own funds, thank you very much.”

“Since when?”

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Wednesday Briefs: February 2, 2016

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Innocence & Carnality: Part 30 by Mann Ramblings

“Now you have nothing to say?” I asked.

The uncharacteristic discomfort Blythe met me with intrigued me. It was not like him at all.

“You won’t think much of me if I tell you.”

“I don’t think much of you now. How will that make any difference?”

Blythe snorted as he tried to suppress his grin. I wasn’t sure goading him would work, but he looked around the shop, making sure no one was close by, and lowered his voice.

“Only Rother and Samantha know. You can’t breathe a word to anyone. Even Harston.”

“You have my word.”

“I was waiting to hang when Rother found me.”

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