Full, But Not Satiated

by Staff Writer

We walked in early to check on the room for our Munch. I don’t worry about the littlest details, typically. But what we asked for was quite different than any other banquet room reservation.

I asked for the room to be set up to mingle, not for a formal dinner. So the couches and chairs were placed about the room in a way that was conducive to eating, talking, drinking and flirting. We wanted this munch to feel like it was being held in someone’s living room to ease any nerves that were present amidst our guests.

The food was being put out when we arrived, amidst the charming little board games on the low tables we requested. The dark velvet couches were spaced in a round table like setting, with some seating on the periphery if individuals decided to pair off. We were a small group for such a room, but the organization in the center was pleasing. We certainly aren’t going to sit or fuck in such a confined group later on, so giving our “menu items” the chance to walk around and develop some intimacy together tonight was perfect.

Matt looked a little lost. He was nervous, like a young guy cheating on his wife might be. You’d think that we might have a moral objection to his deception, but we don’t. It’s not our business. And, as I said in the Meme in L, I am lascivious without restraint.

Jean, Rich, and Kim
were all a huge help in making sure the others were comfortable. For Jean and Rich, this kind of meet and greet was old hat. For Kim, well the gal just has absolutely no hang ups at all. She is a true joy to be around.

Nate. Nate will most certainly be the death of me. He is charming, witty, rugged looking, intellectual, a sultry mix of unobtrusive confidence. I must make an effort to focus on Nate–I mean, Matt. I must focus on Matt.

My hopes for the evening:
That J finds himself inside every beautiful woman (most specifically Jackie when I’m watching…she is breathtaking). That I remain on my best, all-around behavior and focus on anyone who captures my interest. And, that we have as many Orgasms as possible in honor of the day…

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3 Responses to “Full, But Not Satiated”

  1. tom paine Says:

    I should’ve given you the letter “B” as in “bad.” But we all know how I feel about bad girls….

  2. Lola David Says:

    Oh, L was more challenging. I had more fun with it. Hell, I have more fun, period…

  3. tom paine Says:

    Yes, you have fun. That’s what we all adore about you.

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