Early Bird Sneak Peeks: “Dogs Can Grow Beards All Over” and “Girl Next Door”!

Hi all! It’s time for another Early Bird Sneak Peek, where I share a glimpse at the story my lucky Early Bird patrons will be enjoying next Saturday thanks to their pledges at my Patreon page! Of course, if you’re not an Early Bird patron, you’ll still get a story next week–”Can’t Say No”, which apparently wasn’t teased previously as an Early Bird story, has already been submitted to the EMCSA. But the Early Bird patrons will be getting “Dogs Can Grow Beards All Over” (MC MF FD) and “Girl Next Door” (MC MF FF FD RB)!

In “Dogs Can Grow Beards All Over”, Matt’s running himself ragged studying. Donna has a few choice mnemonics that can help him, but as it turns out, when you let someone give you ideas you won’t be able to forget, it’s probably a good idea to make sure it’s someone a little more trustworthy than Donna. Here’s a taste:

“The trick is to get a good mnemonic,” she went on, grabbing a piece of paper from his notes and his pen. “You need something that has a vivid mental image, so that the image always leads you to the mnemonic and the mnemonic always leads you to what you’re trying to remember. So for taxonomy, the order is ‘Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species’.” She wrote down on the paper a hasty D, K, P, C, O, F, G, and S.

“Now you take that and you turn it into a sentence,” she said, writing in a word for each letter. “Like, say, ‘Do Kindly Pull Clothes Off For Goodness Sakes.’ And you associate an image with that, like stripping naked in the middle of biochem class. And now you’re never going to forget that for the rest of your life, are you?”

Matt blushed. He hadn’t expected the conversation to go in exactly that direction, but he had to admit that Donna was right–he probably wasn’t going to forget Donna talking about him taking his clothes off in public. The incredible awkwardness of his biggest frenemy for the last six months suddenly cozying up to him and making up dirty mnemonics for him was acting to cement the lesson in a way that normal tutoring never could. He might want to forget, and he might very well spend the next week trying to forget, but as long as he didn’t actually forget until the test was over, he’d take it.

“Girl Next Door”, meanwhile, is a return to the universe of the Girls with a story about Jeremy and his new next door neighbor, Chandra. Chandra, as Jeremy finds out, has her very own Girl(tm). And she has a bedroom right across from his. And she has a habit of leaving her shades drawn. Jeremy’s finding all sorts of things out about Girls. And the Girl is finding out all sorts of things about Jeremy. Here’s a taste:

When Jeremy went into his bedroom, though, he found out a lot about his new neighbor before he even turned on the light. He learned that she had chosen an upstairs bedroom right across from Jeremy’s own room. He found out that she was blonde–a natural blonde, apparently, with long flowing hair that clung to her skin when wet and large, round breasts that seemed to be very sensitive judging by her reaction to having them touched. He discovered that she had the same habit he did of forgetting to draw the window shades, which was less important when you were out of town for three days than it was when you were having vigorous sex right in front of the window. And he also noticed that Chandra had a Girl(tm).

The Girl was bright orange, almost like she was candy-coated, and she stood behind Chandra cupping the young woman’s tits with fingers that buzzed so rapidly that Chandra’s breasts visibly quivered even from twenty feet away. She was thrusting forward, rocking her hips hard into Chandra’s body with a precise, mechanical rhythm. Chandra’s whole body shook with the force of her Girl’s fucking, and even though Jeremy couldn’t hear her, he could see the way her mouth moved every time the fake cock pumped into her and knew she was moaning.

Jeremy’s towel began to slowly rise up.

Hope you enjoy them!


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