Walking my dog

Taking my dog for a walk early in the morning is not always pleasant - but this time it turned out to be a fantastic experience.
We met a young woman- slightly intoxicated-who was horny and very interested in a sexual adventure with the dog...and he was more than willing.
It all ended with intense pleasure for all or us-me included.

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About Jake Coolman

This Author (Jake Coolman is a pseudonym) comes from a long line of merchant seamen, but seems to be the last one in that line. My own children have not found it interesting to work on ships, but they do enjoy traveling.
I was not even 16 years old when I signed on my first vessel. After that I spent nearly 14 years at sea on various vessels and various trade routes. I started out as a mess boy and ended up as a chief engineer. Later I performed services via my own company in the marine field...mainly as a technical consultant/writer but I do write everything between poetry and pornography.
Now being retired I travel most of the time - that is why I cannot put down any "location" as it changes frequently.
That I now have started to publish on SmashWords is mainly because of a lack of money - ,my pension is not something to boast about and travelling sost
The tales I write/publish here are based on personal experiences (that is, I get my ideas from actual events - my own or others) but the end results (the tales I write)are all created in my mind.
A brain is a wonderful thing, and the stories it creates have no bounds or limits, everything is possible, nothing is impossible. Tere are never any problems with premature ejaculation, no problems with impotence, you can cum as many times as you want and you can always satisfy your partner...Little wonder that I enjoy writing my stories...they are far better than reality.

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