by David Cain

“Who is this?”

“Who is whom, dear?”

“This guy in this story you wrote. Who is he?”

“Oh, you mean Roger? He’s a character I made up.”

“Yeah, Roger. Is there something I should know, some guy named Roger?”

“No, dear. I don’t know any Rogers. I just made the name up. Probably unconsciously stole it from some television program.”

“But who is he?”

“No one. I made up a story and I needed a guy’s name so I called him Roger.”

“Is he someone you know?”

“It isn’t that simple but no one in particular. When I write erotica, I try to keep my descriptions vague, so anyone can project whomever they fantasize about into the characters.”

“But it is kind of someone. Who is it?”

“Well, if it is anyone, it’s you.”

“Me? It isn’t me. I mean, it could be me but I don’t fit the descriptions. He’s a big hulking beast of a guy.”

“Where does it say that?”

“It doesn’t. But look here, you describe his gorgeous flowing hair.”

“You have gorgeous flowing hair.”

“No I don’t.”

“You have less hair than you used to but what remains is beautiful.”

“And here you go on about his muscles. I don’t have muscles like that.”

“You most certainly do. Does it mention body mass? Why are you assuming he’s a body builder?”

“He’s super strong.”

“All I really said is that he’s stronger than she is. You’re stronger than I am.”

“What about his big rigid staff of manhood?”

“Seriously? What part of that doesn’t describe your cock?”

“You mean that?”

“I certainly do.”

“What about this part here, where she sucks on his staff of manhood.”

“That’s my favorite part, except, well, read on.”

About David Cain

David Cain, literary author, bon vivant, rogue romantic poet - author of Witch, Song of Songs, Journals of Lord Malinov, Erotic Romances and others ...
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