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Girl Swallowing Engagement Ring


girl swallowing engagement ring
    engagement ring
  • a ring given and worn as a sign of betrothal
  • Especially in Western cultures, an engagement ring is a ring indicating that the person wearing it is engaged to be married. In the United Kingdom, and North America, engagement rings are traditionally worn only by women, and rings can feature gemstones.
  • The Engagement Ring (B?xt Uzuyu) is a full-length Azerbaijani comedy film released in 1991. The film plot is based on the same-titled novel by Azerbaijani writer Vagif Samadoghlu.
  • A ring given by a man to a woman when they agree to marry
    swallowing
  • Perform the muscular movement of the esophagus required to do this, esp. through fear or nervousness
  • (swallow) a small amount of liquid food; "a sup of ale"
  • (swallow) engulf and destroy; "The Nazis swallowed the Baltic countries"
  • Cause or allow (something, esp. food or drink) to pass down the throat
  • (swallow) pass through the esophagus as part of eating or drinking; "Swallow the raw fish--it won't kill you!"
  • Put up with or meekly accept (something insulting or unwelcome)
    girl
  • A young or relatively young woman
  • a young woman; "a young lady of 18"
  • female child: a youthful female person; "the baby was a girl"; "the girls were just learning to ride a tricycle"
  • daughter: a female human offspring; "her daughter cared for her in her old age"
  • A person's daughter, esp. a young one
  • A female child
girl swallowing engagement ring - Swallowing
Swallowing
Swallowing
A favorite character returns in this sizzling hot and gooey-wet "Greene Shorts" short story from erotica writer Esmeralda Greene.

Donna (last seen in the story "Liquid Fetish") is a woman with an unusual sexual quirk: she has an insatiable craving for a certain fluid that only a man can give to her. But since losing her job as a high school teacher, she's found herself relying on one person to feed her hunger: her virile and seemingly inexhaustible stepson Andy.

Andy and Donna enjoy each other's bodies with verve and exuberance several times a day, in various places around the house and in a wild assortment of sexual positions, acts and variations.

But Donna comes to realize that she and Andy are developing romantic feelings for each other; a prospect that worries and frightens her. What's needed is some way to get Andy "out of her system." Her solution is to arrange a wild sex-party with twenty or so of her former students--eager boys who are more than happy to give Donna what she craves, feeding her to satiation.

Will Donna's plan work? Will Andy lose his ardor when he comes home to find his lover spattered with the evidence that she's been unfaithful to him dozens of times over? Or are Donna and Andy truly and inescapably "made for each other"?



This story is included in "The Collected 'Greene Shorts' Volume 3"

A favorite character returns in this sizzling hot and gooey-wet "Greene Shorts" short story from erotica writer Esmeralda Greene.

Donna (last seen in the story "Liquid Fetish") is a woman with an unusual sexual quirk: she has an insatiable craving for a certain fluid that only a man can give to her. But since losing her job as a high school teacher, she's found herself relying on one person to feed her hunger: her virile and seemingly inexhaustible stepson Andy.

Andy and Donna enjoy each other's bodies with verve and exuberance several times a day, in various places around the house and in a wild assortment of sexual positions, acts and variations.

But Donna comes to realize that she and Andy are developing romantic feelings for each other; a prospect that worries and frightens her. What's needed is some way to get Andy "out of her system." Her solution is to arrange a wild sex-party with twenty or so of her former students--eager boys who are more than happy to give Donna what she craves, feeding her to satiation.

Will Donna's plan work? Will Andy lose his ardor when he comes home to find his lover spattered with the evidence that she's been unfaithful to him dozens of times over? Or are Donna and Andy truly and inescapably "made for each other"?



This story is included in "The Collected 'Greene Shorts' Volume 3"

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One swallow does not make a summer
One swallow does not make a summer
Una rondine non fa primavera...chissa perche la traduzione inglese del proverbio dice che non fanno estate? Sara che da loro non ci sono le mezze stagioni! In italian the saying is:"A swallow doesn't make spring"... I wonder why in english the saying is related to summer. Maybe there are not mid-seasons anymore! Palazzo Madama - Piazza Castello - Torino
Swallow Flock DEFWR F 6-9-10 09
Swallow Flock DEFWR F 6-9-10 09
A Swallow flock perched on a beam in the Don Edwards Federal Wildlife Refuge, Newark, CA. Taken by a Nikon D40x with a Sigma 70-300 DG non-APO macro lens. (at 300) Cropped to vertical 4x5 aspect ratio. This flock (as opposed to the flock featured in # 1-8...) appears to be all Barn Swallows Hirundo rustica.

girl swallowing engagement ring
girl swallowing engagement ring
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