Joey loves porn...more specifically mother-son porn. He watches it constantly, and wishes he could be one of the lucky sons in those videos. Those sons have smoking hot mothers who like nothing more than to enjoy their boys in every way. Joeys mom looks just as good as the women in those videos, but all he can do is dream of her. That is, until she reveals a secret to him: that Mom likes porn too! --- Oh, listen to him begging his mother. She whispered. Moms voice was husky and I could feel her heavy breathing on my face. And hes whimpering, oh she has total control of that boy, doesnt she? I...mom why are you watching this? Same reason you are, Joey. She looked at me and winked, Because they turn me on. They... I had put my hands in my lap covering myself and my shaft had shrunk due to being afraid of how much trouble I was in, but at her words, it began to swell once more. They do? Damn straight they do! Mom put her arm around my shoulder and placing her hand on my chest she trailed her long purple nails across my skin. I watch them all the time, this is my favorite site! Yours too? Y...yeah. I whispered looking down at her hand which was now sliding down my stomach. Baby, do you watch these just because you think theyre fun or do you think of me? I...of course I dont think of you! Aww. Mom sighed, I was hoping you did, because honey, I think of you.
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Solomon Kane is a fictional character created by the pulp-era writer Robert E. Howard. A late 16th-early 17th century Puritan, Solomon Kane is a somber-looking man who wanders the world with no apparent goal other than to vanquish evil in all its forms. His adventures, published mostly in the pulp magazine Weird Tales, often take him from Europe to the jungles of Africa and back. Howard described him as a tall, sombre and gloomy man of pale skin, gaunt face and cold eyes, all of it shadowed by a slouch hat. He is dressed entirely in black and his weaponry usually consists of a rapier, a dirk, and a brace of flintlock pistols. During one of his later adventures his friend NLonga, an African shaman, gave him a juju staff that served as a protection against evil but could easily be wielded as a weapon. It is revealed in another story, The Footfalls Within, that this is the mythical Staff of Solomon, a talisman older than the Earth and unimaginably powerful, much more so than even NLonga knew. In the same adventure with NLonga, Kane is seen using a musket as well. When Weird Tales published the story Red Nails, featuring Conan the Barbarian, the editors introduced it as a tale of a barbarian adventurer named Conan, remarkable for his sheer force of valor and brute strength. Its author, Robert E. Howard, is already a favorite with the readers of this magazine for his stories of Solomon Kane, the dour English Puritan and redresser of wrongs.