Stepping just inside the bar door, I slid my ring into my pocket and scanned the room.
Pretty low energy. Except…there… towards the back was a swirling. A small swarm of eager bees circling some flower.
I moved down the bar for a better look. Fishnets, cleavage, red hair. Yum. She was disinterestedly waving the bees off. Too many boys with beer bottles, I guessed.
Carrying two bourbons, I moved in: “How about some Kentucky honey?” She grinned and patted the stool next to her. The bees buzzed, disbursed.
She sipped the bourbon, looked at me steadily, and touched my leg, unmistakably close to my straining cock. Still hadn’t said a word.
I admired the creamy swell of that great rack she displayed. When I moved my eyes back up to hers, she moved her hand directly to my hard-on. Petted it. Still not a word.
I figured – why not? – and unzipped the zipper. She regarded me without blinking and pulled my cock free. Traced the veins with her finger tips. Raked a little with the nails.
She pumped slowly while we both sipped and stared at each other. She finally spoke, licking her lips: “How bout some man honey?” I gestured toward the door and she nodded. Every eye in place tracked us out.
In the parking lot she said: “Next weekend it’s Strangers Meet in a Movie Theater.” “Sure,” I responded, “and you have to wear a really short skirt.”
We slipped our rings back on and walked to the car, holding hands.
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