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She loves her first kiss, and wonders about how strange male anatomy is.

Submitted:Feb 7, 2014    Reads: 692    Comments: 6    Likes: 6   


I've never been kissed before, so my first experience was very interesting. No, I am not a teenager. I am in my late twenties, but a girl like me does have her problems.

It was such an erotic experience, and who knew men's tongues were so different from women's. I thought his tongue was circular, with a large knob at the end. That did seem odd for a tongue, but I knew only my tongue, not others'.

His chin was funny. Very bristly, and softer than mine. I didn't know what to make of it. It was interesting though.

So we kissed in such a funny manner. His tongue was all the way down my throat, and I loved it. I didn't allow him to withdraw his tongue from my mouth. I wrapped my tongue around his, and chewed it up. I felt his face thrusting into mine, and I loved the experience, and musky smell that he exuded.

We went on forever, but I wasn't out of breath. His chin seemed so much softer and fleshier than mine. I suppose men are like that. I was having too much pleasure with his tongue to wonder about his fleshy chin just then. So I nibbled away.

Nibble, suck, lick, nibble, suck, lick - it was such a beautiful experience. I kept doing these in sequence, while I heard absolute silence from his end. I moaned into his mouth, and I thought I heard his moan farther than it should have been, but his tongue was delicious, so I stayed focused.

Then his tongue became frantic, and his chin started slapping me faster and with urgency. His tongue started throbbing, as though something was impending. I was too happy to think about anything.

Then his tongue exploded into my throat. Something hot, salty, and very viscous, shot down my throat. I didn't know what it was, but I loved the taste of it. Perhaps men's tongues are very different from women's. I should go and hear those reproductive bio audios again. I guess being blind is not my fault, but being uninformed is.


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