I worked my way down the street until I found the book store I wanted.I picked out a movie that I found particularly hot and went to the back to my "assigned room." The back room consisted of about 45 smaller rooms, each with a TV.I don't much like reading books and the middle of the night local TV stations don't offer a hell of a lot of choices.So I am sitting here watching an old 1940s film with Tallulah and William Bendix about a bunch of people in a lifeboat.I was living on campus and had two roommates that were as fresh as me.There was Bob, he was from a small town just like me and we kind of connected right away.As I wandered through, I saw that about half of them were full and of this 20 or so rooms, more than half of the guys in them were sailors who had left their doors open just a little or they were checking out the place like me...
The first thing I noticed was that there were no women at all in the bar! continue Life up here in the New England boondocks is pretty bleak in the winter time, and when you are working a late night shift in a gas station somewhere off the Throughway, it can get boring and lonely.
I think I may have seen this one a few times already.
I know that it's as cold as a bitch outside and, as far as I am concerned, the falling snow adds to the bleakness and loneliness.
" The man made a snorting sound and shot back, "You little bitches are all alike, just waiting to be picked up and fucked!
" Hearing the crude talk from this total stranger caused an immediate reaction in Blake as his pecker turned into a piece of hot blue steel!!!