he asked me how he looked in his outfit as i sat on the table. i’ll admit, he looked good af. the way his arms and chest looked in his shirt had me on brick.
the way his plump ass hugged his dress pants made me lose my mind slowly. i don’t know if he was completely straight tho. no fully straight male lets me touch him the way i do. it wasn’t sexual, but it way past the “uh i’m straight” line. some straights are comfortable around gays, but there is a limit they will not cross. he was one of them.
i told him his shirt was sticking out in the back.
he walked over to me,
got between my legs,
and told me to tuck it in. i was getting really overcome with horniness tbph. in a bold move, i tried something i never thought i would…
the nfl baller wolf. the wolf i was interested in recently. some other “straight” wolvesi knew in my past.
they were all wolves who were straight but seemed to be curious and interested in me.
i have this thing where i can attract curious males like moths to a flame,
but because i’m so worried about being “wrong”,
i kept a respectful line.
it might have made them think i wasn’t interested even though i was. i had a dream last night about ^that situation above with a past wolf i mentioned,
but i had to wonder…
the straight wolf knew that question was coming too.
as soon as she waddled her ass in the room,
legit “i know i do but i need to tell me i don’t” look on her face.
you can kinda sense when someone is feeling insecure.
so when she asked that question,
his first instinct is:
Some books just do not catch our interest at all.
Sometimes they just LOOK boring.
You have to take too much time to read the shit. We are usually over it and move onto something else.
But, we will run to the pick up the books with a eye catching cover.
Maybe even because it looks like it won’t take long to read.
But, I am starting to realize that the books without the “extra” have the best stories. You may even learn something new.
As humans with short attention spans,
anything worth the read is not worth the time these days.
Coming off to smart may actually repel; coming off too stupid attracts.
I had to wonder…