Loitering Within Tent  

TheQuietGuy2005 54M
3484 posts
12/15/2005 3:29 pm

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Loitering Within Tent

I was sitting with an old friend of mine tonight, discussing our kids (my son is 13, hers 20) over a couple of cups of coffee. To be more specific, we were talking about their attitude to the concept of their parents and sex. Even more specifically, the concept of their parents having sex - not necessarily together!

It was different for me, of course, as my parents weren't divorced. Son of Q has started asking, whenever a female name is mentioned, whether she's my "girlfriend". So far I've been able to say no in all honesty. The day I have to say yes will be an interesting one!

But it reminded me of an encounter I had when I was his age.

It was the summer and I was taken away for my first foreign holiday, camping in Spain. There were 3 couples (including my elder brother - 11 years my senior - and his wife) plus a handful of kids of various ages. It was a nice, relaxed group.

It was one of the nights when we ate on the town and the vino was flowing. Even at that tender age I knew that the adults were all pretty plastered by the time we headed back to our tents, so much so that we all went straight to our beds.

Or, rather, most of us did. I'm not quite sure what my brother did but I do know I was awoken at some point when he climbed into my bed. This was startling. It was even more startling when I realised he was naked. For maximum startlement, though, I had to wait until he rolled over and put an arm around me!

I tried to move him to no avail. I tried to wake him. Nada. He was clearly far too drunk for that. I managed to wriggle out from under him, leaving him snoring contentedly in my place.

It left me with one small problem: where to go next. There were no free beds. After wandering around aimlessly, hoping to find somewhere comfortable to sleep, I eventually gave up and settled down on the floor. Remember that this was a tent, albeit one the size of a small house, and the floor wasn't exactly comfortable. Or warm.

I half-slept for a while but at some point I was awoken rather more gently: my brother's wife had woken up and seen me lying there. I explained what had happened. She tried to wake Big Bro with about as much success as I'd had. Eventually, she decided I'd better sleep in his place, in her bed. She was wearing a long, well-covering nightie and I was still wearing PJs at that age.

The next morning I was awoken from beautiful slumbers by a bellowing noise. Big Bro had awoken, come through and found me in bed with his wife and had totally lost it! Remember, totally unlike Son of Quiet, I was a total innocent at that age. I didn't know up from down. If my sister-in-law had wanted to corrupt me, I would never have realised it!

It ended happily enough. He came and apologised to me both for climbing into my bed the previous night and for his reaction that morning - after he'd been torn into by his very angry wife! And it was noticeable - and commented on - that he was rather more careful with the booze for the rest of that holiday.

But suddenly I can't help thinking that if I told that story to a shrink, they might well deem it traumatic. So there you go: yes, I'm strange but there's a good reason for it


brightblonde3 58F

12/15/2005 4:54 pm

Dr. BB3 has some therapy and course of treatment she would like to recommend, Q, to help you with this traumatic experience.


PrincessKarma 43F
6188 posts
12/15/2005 5:03 pm

Dr. BB3, amy I assist in the procedure?

The Big Bang was the mother of all orgasms.PrincessKarma

brightblonde3 58F

12/16/2005 10:17 am

PK, but of course...your kind heart and superb healing skills would be welcome...

Would a sane man turn down the tender mercies of a Princess and a Queen?

right, Q? Q???? *cracckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk of whip*


Erik_Bloodaxe 56M

12/16/2005 10:51 am


rm_EE407 41F
3903 posts
12/17/2005 8:15 am

pml.... TFF...

MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
12/18/2005 3:46 am

You know, it would have been far more traumatic had your brother thought you were his wife and, um, well, you know...

TheQuietGuy2005 54M
2386 posts
12/18/2005 10:07 pm

MissAnn ... I know, I know ... that was the reason why, even as an innocent 13 year old, I fled from his drunken embrace!

Princess, BB ... I have this terrible, irrational fear of therapists with whips. Can you help me?

Polly ... Many thanks - from you that is indeed a compliment

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