What Grunts Beneath

Story Submitted by Andrea:

Tyler and I had a good dinner and there was definitely mutual attraction there.  I forgot his exact words, but at one point he asked me about my "boyfriend."  I said that I didn't have a boyfriend, otherwise it would be weird that we were out on a date.  He changed the subject to something else, and I forgot all about it.

After the meal, we took a walk through a park and near some quiet downtown streets.

He took my hand, we walked close, he smelled good, and all of a sudden, I found that I wanted nothing more than to embrace him.

He felt the same thing.  He pressed me up against the side of a building, and I pulled him close to me and we kissed.  He was nibbling down my neck when he said, "When will your boyfriend be home?"

It dawned on me that Tyler was acting out a fantasy, only he had forgotten to tell me about it.  The idea of cheating on a boyfriend didn't turn me on, though, so I said, "I don't have a boyfriend."

"Yes, you do," he said, and made it back to my mouth.

I ducked away slightly, and I told him that I just wanted to make out without any fantasies.  At least, this time.

He said, "That's the only way I can get off."

I replied, "Well, it's a turn-off for me."  As far as I was concerned, we instantly discovered that we were sexually incompatible, and therefore likely completely incompatible, as far as a relationship went.

Tyler, though, wasn't as convinced as I was.  He kissed me again, then hovered down to my chest.  "How often does your boyfriend play with these?" he asked.

I stepped away, towards the street.  "Tyler, I can't do this."

He groaned and repeated that he couldn't get off unless we played that way.  He said, "Do you want me to not get off, here?"

Classy, Tyler.  I asked him if he could possibly get off maybe by just thinking about it, rather than vocalizing anything.  He said that if I responded, he'd be 100% more likely to orgasm.

It was a shame, because I liked him, but it just didn't seem workable that his biggest turn-on was one of my biggest turn-offs. 

I suggested that we were better off staying friends, and before I finished what I was saying, he kissed me again and asked, "Has your boyfriend ever kissed you like that?"

I pushed away, said good night, and walked off.  I don't know what I would have done if he had followed me, but luckily, he didn't.


  1. Number One rule of being a kinkster who dates: Always tell your kink to your date/partner BEFORE acting it out. Dan Savage would be ashamed of this guy.

  2. Damn, you're a prude. I would have went along with it. Live a little.

  3. She's not a prude, tatathomas. It's not like she was completely unwilling to play. He didn't tell her what he wanted to do, so he is definitely in the wrong here. And when she wasn't into it, he basically forced himself on her. That sucks.


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