Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Night Before Christmas (x-rated version)

Twas the night before Christmas
When I did my dance
His hard-on was stirring
In his baggy pants.

My man is well-hung
Fuzzy chest full of hair
I told him “Don’t touch,”
And bent over his chair.

The children were nestled
All snug in their beds
While I stripped for their father
His face turning red.

And daddy in his sweat pants
And I in the buck
Whispered dirty words
About how we would fuck.

When out on the lawn
There arose such a clatter
His hard-on went soft
While I saw what was the matter.

Naked at the window
My neighbours I flashed
(Normally I save it
For men who have cash)

The moon on my breasts
Made my stretch marks glow
And started to dampen
My arousal below.

When what to my
Wondering eyes should appear,
But a man with a miniature cock
And some beer.

With a little erection
He covered his dick
I looked at his face
It was my neighbour, Nick

More rapid than eagles,
The guy quickly came.
And he moaned and shouted and
Called out my name.

As he glanced at my pussy
He zipped up his fly
Tripped over his beer
And didn’t say bye.

I turned back to dance
With energy anew
I was horny for my man
And the small-dicked neighbour, too.

As I spread out a blanket
To begin my floor show
I thought about Nick
But my man didn’t know.

I imagined I danced for
Both of the men
And pretended Nick’s dick
Was bigger than a pen.

In my mind they
Caressed my pussy and ass
In my mind Nick wasn’t
A perv with no class.

As my man shed his clothes
There were two in my mind
One probing my pussy
One in my behind.

My eyes, how they twinkled!
My dimples how merry!
My man probably wished
He was poppin’ my cherry.

But Nick has a cock
The size of an elf’s.
And the truth made me laugh
In spite of myself.

No longer horny
I pretended to come
So my man would hurry
And we could be done.

He spoke not a word,
But went straight to his work,
And filled up the condom,
Then pulled out with a jerk.

And laying the condom
Aside on the bed
He told me next time
I should just give him head.

And then he remembered
The noise from outside
I wanted to sleep
“Nothing happened,” I lied.

But I heard him exclaim
As he swatted my rear
“I wonder why Nick
Didn’t come with my beer.”

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