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Sex tapes of a tiger
Shadowkat Wrigglesworth points her thumb out towards the back. "Out back with Garret." She figured that would give her an idea of what the two were doing. She looked back towards Alex and then thinks a moment. "What happened this morning? As long as you didn't get caught on tape, you're fine." Alexandr Giano gave Kat a questioning look. There was that word tape, jupp. He stretched his arms, "I don't know. There was some female neko who kept on calling me an ape. She was hungry or something I think. I tried to get her something from the sushi stand? But she wasn't interested." He frowned, "I think she wanted to eat me or something. She tried to take a swipe at me, but I just moved behind a lamp post." [13:47] Sapphira Laval bit her lower lip lightly. Giving a soft nod. "No idea who Garret is but ookay." She raised a brow, -caught on tape?- hmmmed a little. "Kind of needed her." She ducked under the tape and made herself comfortable. Marina Storaro came around the east side of the boardwalk tapping something at her left thigh. *Thwap. Thwap*. Shadowkat Wrigglesworth rolls her eyes hearing that, the tiger rarely liked other hybrids as she tapped her fingers upon the vodka bottle that was beside her. "Well, don't worry about it. Any hybrids mess with you, you tell me." She grinned towards him, as the sound of the thwap, thwap, thwap caught her attention. She would look over in the direction of Marina and already that blush of redness began to trail over her cheeks as she tried to debate on if she should run and hide. "..Hey..Ma..." She tried to hide that squeeking noise in her voice. Atlease the tiger cleaned the desk off. Alexandr Giano looked over his right shoulder. Miss Storaro! COOOOOL. He looked around. No side of that loser Garrett. He smiled. He was ALWAYS slumming here. Didn't he have like a job or something? One Alex. Three women. Uh huh. He sat up a little just now. Marina Storaro held up a rectangular black object. Ho ho. The 'tape'. And wiggled it in the air while Kat squeaked. "Hey hey Kitty kat. You wanted this back yes?" Her teeth flashed white with her grin, and it warmed to Saph, and settled a moment on Alex when he smiled and sat up straighter. Sapphira Laval drummed her fingers on the table, looking up at the noise, smile widened. "Kat, aren't -you- a hybrid of sorts?" She couldn't help it. "Hey Marina." Eyes glancing over each person. Wasn't this cozy. Alexandr Giano could tell the conversation was going to turn into ADULT talk soon. He nodded to what Kat said, then squeezed in, "Jupp. She had green eyes? Kind of yellow-green. Something like that." He looked down at his bag, thinking maybe listening to some music might be cool. Shadowkat Wrigglesworth narrows her eyes being called kitty kat, and then looked over towards Sa and shrugs her shoulders. "...Got ears and a tail but I don't act like the others in town....I'm a special kinda of tiger." She spoke before looking to noticed the tape and slowly leaned up to take it. "I...it wasn't my fault...honest." She was -partly- lying but not completely. "And...and I cleaned it..." She pouted a little bit. Alexandr Giano: Jupp. More tapes. He saw how Kat changed her tone. He dug out his headphones and put those on. Rawkin' music, jupp! And, it meant he could hang here longer too. Marina Storaro: "You -are- special.." she agreed lowly, gloved fingers still holding the tape. A little jerk kept it just out of Kat's reach for a moment more, though if Kat reached again she let her have it. "And you know I have a copy. But it was a late night. So I haven't watched it yet." Sapphira Laval was faster hopefully, and nosy too. If Kat wasn't hanging on tight Sa would snatch the tape and just look at the outside. "S'this?" She drummed her other fingers against the table. Even if she didn't have it in her hands, she'd still inquire. "Oh Kat, what /did/ you do?" Alexandr Giano stole some discreet looks in the meantime. He looked between Sapphira and Kat. Hm. Which one's ta-ta's were bigger? Because, Sapphira was a bit taller, but Kat was... well, she was PERKY. Hm. He looked at Miss Storaro. No contest. The kid shifted on the barrel watching as they all pointed and gestured over that tape like it had some COOOL rock star singer they were all ga-ga over on it. GIRLS. Why were they like that. He scratched at his cap, jupp! Shadowkat Wrigglesworth eyes widen at the words from Marina. "Y-you...have a copy..." Her ears lowered as her mouth dropped in shock. Marina was going to watch the copy, and then that meant that she'd know what happened and that meant that in the tigers head that no one knew the full details but right now she did. "B-but...that's not imporant it's a bad copy...I mean I could give you -another- copy with something better." ASaJan8
A typical scene in the home of Jennifer Fung. Good food. Dog begs. Poppa spoils. Momma intervenes. Momma fails. This was a great day, full of eating - which is redundant in my head. I started it with a home-cooked breakfast of French toast, scrambled eggs, bacon, fruit, and black coffee. Jen got a flat tire and decided it was time to get new tires, so out we went. Les Schwab (demonstrably a very reliable and honest tire center) was having opening weekend specials in the nearby town of Dixon. Four new tires, labor, and tax cost $236 total. A hambrat (beef patty, polish sausage, grilled onions, cheese, usual fix'ns, and a bun), chips, water, and popcorn cost nothing on account of opening weekend grilling. We had barely finished our meal when her car was ready, 30 minutes! Next stop: Vacaville outlet stores. Matt's mom got waterproof boots from Cole Haan for herself and flannel shirts from J.Crew for Matt. Jen got a Coach bag and an Adidas running outfit. I got a sweater and skirt from J.Crew and leather gloves from Coach. All of these were at killer prices. After a quick walk with Danger, we went to Putah Creek Cafe (again) for excellent food. Fried calamari, pan-seared salmon, tofu tempura, Mediterranean pizza, Gorgonzola pizza, airline chicken, mud-pie. The only time I was hungry that day was when I woke up. I ended the day on the couch cuddling with Danger in front of the TV. The biggest reason Jen and I are good friends is because we are both happy home-bodies. They are hard to find! Saturdays are a bit of a tradition in the Fung household. Matt's parents drive down from his childhood town of Gridley (1.5 hours north). Matt's dad, Matt, and a few of Matt's friends go on a 50 mile bike ride. Matt's mom and Jen clean the house, run errands, shop, walk Danger, etc. The boys return in 3-4 hours and they all go to Putah Creek Cafe for dinner. Then Matt's parents go home, leaving the kitchen clean and bellies full. The day felt warm despite the chill outside. The boys fussed over their helmets and bike-shoes before leaving, then talked bike-gear in the garage when they returned. Matt's mom asked Jen how Matt was doing and what the couple needed for the house, a conversation that clearly took place every week. The whole family converged over a meal at the end of the day with nothing but stories and smiles. I felt so privileged to be a part of it and I hope with all my heart that my future will hold such love and affection.
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