12/02/2011

Flash Fiction Friday


12/2/11

Helping a Guy Out

"I shaved my legs. What next?"
"Put your hands inside, roll them up, then unroll them up your leg."
My eyes widened.  When Devon disappeared into Margie's room, I didn't expect to eavesdrop on "How To Put on Silk Stocking" lessons. I hoped for a glimpse of bare chest, like last week out by the pool.
This was better. I licked my lips as Devon dragged sheer silk stockings up his hairless calves, swallowed hard as he clipped them to a lacy garter belt.   
"Think he'll like them?"
"He'll drool."
Disguising Devon as Margie's boyfriend instead of mine was torture.

18 comments:

  1. Oh my, that was good. What a quandary.

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  2. Stocking lesson learned. Too bad he didn't get the benefit of the lesson of taking them off for fun.

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  3. Bonnie - that should be the next post of Lee's - right? lol

    Loved this...love the feel of silk stockings on skin too...*waggles brows*

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  4. Loved it! The captured emotion tugged at my heartstrings.

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  5. interesting twist lee, loved it.

    Erika

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  6. That was neat - there's always something about silk...! So glad the new link worked!

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  7. A different take. Love silk stockings. Well done

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  8. Clever! I like this take on the pic. Sweet read. :)

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  9. Heartbreakingly smashing, Lee. Next let's use the silk stockings to tie him up and make him our boyfriend:) xo

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  10. lol. So silk stockings are better than getting flashed. Well..I suppose the suggestion would be a little better. ;)

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  11. Nice description of the sensual act of sliding on stockings. sexy FFF

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  12. Great 100, loved the silk stockings, very fitting with the sepia picture!

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  13. Creative take on this picture! What a fun eavesdropping session, too!

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  14. Stockings are always sexy! Great job :)

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