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*[[The Village/Monday April 23/Janet/Talking to Susan/Susan's Story|Susan's Story]]
 
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"There's a new Elvis Presley film on the Odeon," Susan says as we walk back to class. "We could catch the matinee on Saturday afternoon if you like."
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"Natalie and I are going swimming in town tomorrow," Susan says as we walk back to class. "Why don't you come with us and see if you can persuade Andrew to come as well."
  
 
"I'll have to ask Mum," you say. "I'll let you know what she says tomorrow."
 
"I'll have to ask Mum," you say. "I'll let you know what she says tomorrow."
  
 
*[[The Village/Monday April 23/Janet/Evening at the Manor|Evening at The Manor]]
 
*[[The Village/Monday April 23/Janet/Evening at the Manor|Evening at The Manor]]
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*[[The Village/Monday April 23/Janet/'Bating in Class/|'Bating in class]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:16, 13 February 2020

There's no way you're not going to tell Susan what happened. The weather's still pretty bad you put your coats on during the morning break and huddle in a doorway. "So what's so important that couldn't wait," Susan said.

You take a deep breath and tell her how Andrew pinned you down on the bed and kissed you, and how you felt him getting hard while he was laying on top of you.

"You're such an innocent aren't you," Susan says.

"What do you mean?"

"Is he the first boy you've ever kissed?" You nod, feeling the blood rushing to your face. "If he was my brother, I'd have been kissing him years ago," she says. "In fact, I'd have been doing a lot more than kissing. Has he got a nice big cock?"

"I don't know," you giggle.

"You must have some idea," she says, "it was squashed against you." She holds her hands up about four inches apart; "this big?" You shake your head. "Bigger?" She spreads her hands further apart and when they get to about six inches, you nod. "Wow! Not bad for a boy who is not even a teenager yet," she says. "When you going to invite me round for another sleepover?"

"I, I don't know; I'll have to ask Mum," you say. In your head, you're thinking " there's no way I'm gonna let you have him before me." "So who have you been doing it with," you say.

Now it's Susan's turn to blush. "Can you keep a secret," she says. You nod. "No, you've got to swear never to tell anyone." You hold up two fingers of your left hand. "Guides honour," you say.

"Natalie and I are going swimming in town tomorrow," Susan says as we walk back to class. "Why don't you come with us and see if you can persuade Andrew to come as well."

"I'll have to ask Mum," you say. "I'll let you know what she says tomorrow."