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It’s One Hell Of A Day For Flashing – Open Thread

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I have a ton of stuff to write about, several more quick peeks above our garters to mention, and Kate and I have another story in the works that we want to work on today.

It’s a really hectic Tuesday. (It is Tuesday, isn’t it?)

But my Lover is feeling a bit ignored this morning afternoon (already?), and I have a bit of a hum going, so I’ll be back a little later. I have some… duties to perform… involving a bottle of oil, a large feather, a parachute, and the dining room table.

Consider this an “Open Thread”.

See ya’ later this afternoon.

Dream a little dream of us.

😉

Filed under: About, Corporal Kate, Erotica, Literature, Literature and Literotica, Romance, Sex

25 Responses

  1. Brendan says:

    mmm. . . parachutes. Ah, the memories.

  2. JanieBelle says:

    Oh do tell, Brendan. Don’t leave us all…

    hanging…

    as it were.

    😉

  3. Brendan says:

    No, not one to kiss and tell. A very private person, me.

  4. Brendan says:

    But teasing you is so much more fun!

  5. JanieBelle says:

    Ah… a case of “what goes around, comes around”…

    Nicely played.

    🙂

  6. You do know I was a Marine, right?

    🙂

  7. Brendan says:

    I was almost a Marine, but I have issues commiting to things.
    I’m going to tell you a joke, so that you’ll appreciate something more.

  8. Brendan says:

    Our subject will be a merchant vessel. We shall call her the Jubilant. Golden Age of Piracy time period. A capeable crew, a good captain, but nothing special, just someone doing a trade run through the archipelagos.
    The Jubilant is sailing along, it’s a clear day, a good back wind, when from above comes the cry, “Pirates off the starboard bow!”
    The captain, Gregory by name, has been touring the deck, and whips out his spyglass, training it on the horizon. Indeed, there are pirates. One ship, flying the flag of the infamous Matthias the Scarred, a truly vicious and cruel pirate. The Jubilant has no guns to speak of, so her only hope is to get close, and repel the inevitable boarding party.
    “All hands on deck!” Barks Gregory, pulling out his sword. “Battle stations, men, we’re going to be boarded! Cabin boy, fetch my red shirt!”
    The cabin boy, confused, rushes off to the captain’s quarters and fetches the red shirt. The captain dons the shirt, and sets his teeth for battle.
    The battle is fierce, but swift. Matthias’ crew are fearsome warriors, but like so many pirates, their lives are not worth it. After a short skirmish, the pirates limp home to their cove, nursig their wounds. Gregory retires to his quarters, and the Jubilant sails on.

  9. Brendan says:

    It is another day, the same run. The Jubilant is riding the winds nicely, and all is well. Gregory is out o deck, supervising his men, when the call comes from the crow’s nest, “Pirates off the starboard bow!”
    Quick as lightning, Gregory whips out his spyglass to confirm, and, sure enough, Matthias is back. This time, however, he’s broughtfriends. There are two pirate ships, closing in fast, and there will be no running for the Jubilant. Quick to react, “Battle stations, men!” comes Gregory’s command. “Cabin boy, fetch my red shirt!” Donning the shirt, the captain prepares to maneuver around the second ship, hoping to limit the usefulness of the pitrates’ greater numbers.
    The battle is bloody, and more than one man is sent to the depths, but the boarders are repelled, and the Jubilant manages to send the pirates running home, tail tucked between tehir legs. Gregory retires to his quarters, and the Jubilant sails on.

  10. Brendan says:

    Having reached her destination, and turned around, the Jubilant is sailing at a moderate pace, Gregory making the rounds, when his cabin boy thinks to ask him, “Sir, I’ve been curious, why do you wear the red shirt when the pirates attack?”
    “Simple,” replies Captain Gregory, “If I am cut while weraing it, the blood does not show. The crew sees I have felled pirates, but am unharmed. They think me invincible, and fight the harder for it.”
    The cabin boy is about to respond, when the cry comes down from the crow’s nest, “Pirates off the port bow!”
    As Gregory pulls out his spyglass to confirm, the cabin boy prompts, “Ought I fetch the red shirt, sir?”
    Through the spyglass, Gregory sees, not one, not two, not even three, but five pirate ships bearing down hard.
    “Yes,” he replies, weakly, “The red shirt, and the brown trousers.”

  11. Brendan says:

    A Discordian koan.
    *bows*

  12. Brendan says:

    And now, to tell you the story, I have been skydiving, and it was wonderful in the dark way the only jumping out of a plane 12,000 feet in the air can be. The first moment of freefall, when you look up, and realize the plane is up there, and there is nothing beneath you anymore, is an exhilirating release. That momentary loss of control and responsibility, where it’s all gone is a truly beautiful thing.

  13. JanieBelle says:

    Will you be here all week, Brendan?

    🙂

  14. JanieBelle says:

    The Boy and Kate both say that it’s the only thing in the world that’s almost as good as sex.

    Just so y’know.

    😉

  15. Brendan says:

    Be sure to tip the wait staff. You know what I mean *wink*

  16. Brendan says:

    Based on my horribly limited experience in both arenas, I proclaim skydiving better than sex.

  17. JanieBelle says:

    Y’know, whatever I say about that comment is gonna be wrong…

  18. Brendan says:

    I’d laugh uproariously, but something tells me I get more points for elegance and entendre. Unfortunately, I seem to be at a loss for words. Oh well.
    Tipping the waiters and waitresses is always a good practice. Espescially when you give good tips

  19. JanieBelle says:

    Here’s a tip:

    “Never eat yellow snow.”

    🙂

    (My Dad always says that.)

  20. Brendan says:

    Good tip. Also: never sneeze while snorting cocaine.

  21. JanieBelle says:

    And definitely never pick your nose with a barbecue fork without wiping it off first.

    You’ll get barbecue sauce all over your face.

  22. Brendan says:

    Haha! I need to be not reading this at work. If they see me laughing . . .

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