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Two people in a relationship, each one is an autonomous, complete person. Each offers something to the other and holds something back. Trust emerges to some degree from the negotiation of that boundary. Marc and Chelli might be any kind of couple, and might make any kind of decision about what to do independently and how to communicate the facts to the other. The following is an exploration of those two dimensions.

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C: Oh Marc, I’m so glad I reached you.

M: Hey Chelli, how are you?

C: I’m good now, I’ve had a terrible afternoon so far.

M: What happened?

C: You won’t believe it! I got stuck in an elevator for more than an hour!

M: Oh, no, that’s terrible. Are you all right?

C: Sure, I’m fine. Fucking train station, I don’t know why they can’t keep things working.

M: How’d you get out?

C: The fire department finally came and got the elevator to go to the next floor, I don’t know how they do that. A special key or something, I don’t know.

M: You were stuck between floors?

C: Yes! And the electricity went out, it was pitch black in there.

M: Wow, that must have been scary.

C: It was. It was just me and one other guy.

M: I guess you’re old buddies after that experience, huh?

C: No.

M: Well, you’re out now, that’s good.

C: He works in one of the stores at the mall, that’s all I know. He told me that before we got in the elevator.

M: Was he okay, too?

C: Yeah, he was fine. He was younger than me, maybe in his forties, dressed real nice, good looking guy. I’d been joking with him before the elevator came.

M: Well I’m glad you guys are all right. How did it happen?

C: I was at the mall, I bought some socks for old you-know-who and I found something at Victoria’s Secret but I’ll order it online. I think you’re going to like it.

M: I can imagine.

C: Oh, you can’t imagine this! You’ll like it. Anyway so I was going to go back and take the subway home. I went to the parking garage where the elevator is that goes up to the platform. It’s above ground there, remember?

M: Yes, I’ve been there many times.

C: So I’m standing there, and there’s this other guy there.

M: I see.

C: So I was joking with him, you know, while we waited.

M: I can picture that.

C: No you can’t. He was a nice-enough looking guy. His clothes were real sharp, not my type but he seemed nice enough. He was just getting off work. Anyway, I was joking with him, I suppose you’d call it flirting but you know, it wasn’t sexual or anything.

M: Yes, Chelli, I am familiar with that. You were being a sunbeam in the world.

C: So the elevator came and we got in and we were chatting, you know, everything was normal and all of a sudden the fucking thing stopped.

M: Stopped?

C: Yes! I almost fell down, we were going up nice and fast and it went kathunk and stopped moving.

M: Hey, it sounds like something in a movie.

C: And the other thing, the electricity went off. No lights at all.

M: Well, if that happened in a movie they could save on filming costs. “My Adventures as a Black Cat in a Coal Mine,” starring Chelli and some guy.

C: It wasn’t funny.

M: Sorry.

C: So, we’re standing there in the dark like dorks. I mean, Marc, this was pitch black. There was no light getting through the cracks, nothing. Even the buttons were dark.

M: Wow.

C: So I said, I wonder how long we’re going to be here, and the guy, his name is Marvin, said, you never know.

M: He sounds like a real intelligent person, this Marvin.

C: Don’t be like that, Marc. It was just a random guy in an elevator.

M: All right, Chelli.

C: It wasn’t his idea.

M: Right, I can’t blame him for breaking the elevator.

C: It is so strange to be in perfect darkness, your eyes do weird things and also it was very quiet. Marvin said, it’s like we’re in our own little world here.

M: I guess you were, in a way.

C: And I said, anything that happens while we’re in here, nobody will ever know.

M: Good point.

C: Marvin said, Well, I’m going to sit down and wait. It’s getting hot in here. And then I could hear him rustling around and he sat down in a corner. He was a perfect gentleman.

M: And you were a perfect little lady, I’ll bet.

C: Well, yes, actually. I was.

M: What happened next?

C: Well I stood by the door, like looking at it but I couldn’t see anything, so it wasn’t really looking. I know there is supposed to be a phone, and I put my hand out and felt around for it.

M: Was there one?

C: Yes, I found it but it didn’t work. So I opened my cell phone and it seemed really bright in there, and I tried to call my husband but there was no signal.

M: Yeah, you were surrounded by concrete there.

C: So I started banging on the door and on the walls of the elevator. It was noisy inside there but I don’t think anybody else could hear us in the parking garage. Finally Marvin said, That’s too loud, and I quit.

M: What did you do then?

C: I stopped and stood there. It was real quiet. Real quiet. I could hear Marvin izmir escort bayan breathing.

M: Did you talk to him?

C: No. I don’t know him.

M: Did he talk to you?

C: Yeah, he tried, a little. I gave him polite answers.

M: You’d been joking with him earlier.

C: Yeah, that was outside, in the sunlight.

M: And you didn’t joke with him in the dark?

C: No, Marc, I did not flirt with him in the dark, if that’s what you’re saying.

M: Sounds uncomfortable.

C: Well I was standing there. I could hear him breathing but I could not see anything. He was sitting on the floor. I was standing there wishing the door would open.

M: So just you and this nice-looking man.

C: What are you trying to imply? I didn’t do anything. I stood there.

M: Oh really.

C: Yes really. You don’t believe me?

M: I think you would tell me if something happened.

C: Nothing happened.

M: Did he do anything?

C: No.

M: You must have been tempted.

C: Tempted? To do what?

M: I don’t know, to be affectionate, I don’t know. To get to know him.

C: Why?

M: Well, because you could.

C: Oh great. Fucking great reason.

M: You said he was good looking.

C: Oh yeah, he was. Nice looking guy. Sorry, I’m not in the market.

M: So you didn’t even feel like having a little adventure in there?

C: Are you kidding me?

M: No.

C: What, with some random guy? Just because he’s there I’m going to, what, fuck him?

M: Some people might think of that.

C: I just stood there quietly and waited.

M: How do you think he felt about it?

C: I don’t know and I don’t care.

M: You didn’t have any sense of how he felt?

C: I did not pay any attention to him. He could have been Swiss cheese for all I cared.

M: How’d you guys get out of there?

C: I was standing there by the door and Marvin was sitting in the corner, I guess. I couldn’t see him but I could hear him sometimes. And then we heard some banging and voices up above.

M: And how long were you stuck?

C: It was twelve forty seven when I put money in the meter and went to the elevator, and it was one fifty two when the firemen finally got us to the third floor and got the door open.

M: An hour.

C: Yeah, hour and five minutes.

M: So you stood there in a dark elevator with a handsome man for more than an hour, in pitch black, didn’t even give him a hug, didn’t touch him, didn’t talk to him.

C: Yes. I know you think I’m a slut but no, Marc, I don’t act like that.

M: I don’t think you’re a slut, Chelli. That was a cheap shot. I think you’re a normal woman in some ways. Way above normal in some other ways.

C: I am not the kind of person who fucks people just because I can. I didn’t even think of it.

M: Chelli, I also do not assume that you are duller, less friendly, less exciting, less mischievous, or less interested in sex than the average woman.

C: Yeah, well, get used to it.

M: Were you scared?

C: I was scared that nobody would know we were there.

M: Was Marvin scared?

C: How the fuck would I know? He didn’t say he was.

M: So what happened next?

C: Then we heard the firemen working on the elevator and then the lights came on.

M: The firemen saved the day.

C: Then the elevator started and I just about fell down. Man, I was glad they finally came.

M: At least you were rescued.

C: And then the door opened and there were the firemen. Some of them were laughing.

M: Why were they laughing?

C: I don’t know, they were glad they rescued us I guess. I think some of them thought something else had happened while we were in there. Some of them cheered.

M: Yes, I can picture that.

C: It was a big deal. A reporter talked to us and took our picture.

M: So you’ll be in the news.

C: The reporter asked us a lot of questions about it.

M: What did you tell him?

C: We just told him it was dark in there, and hot. It was funny, at first I think he assumed we had been fucking or something.

M: Well, if it had been anybody else.

C: Are you teasing me, Marc?

M: Yes.

C: He was from the Report. So he took some pictures and asked us a couple of questions and the firemen all shook our hands and everybody was happy and they drove away, and that’s it.

M: Well, that is an incredible story, Chelli.

C: It was just a broken elevator, Marc.

M: Yes, it was.

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None Unsated

C: Oh Marc, I’m so glad I reached you.

M: Hey Chelli, how are you?

C: I’m good now, I’ve had a terrible afternoon so far.

M: What happened?

C: You won’t believe it! I got stuck in an elevator for more than an hour!

M: Oh, no, that’s terrible. Are you all right?

C: Sure, I’m fine. Fucking train station, I don’t know why they can’t keep things working.

M: How’d you get out?

C: The fire department finally came and got the elevator to go to the next floor, I don’t know how they do that. A special key or something, I don’t know.

M: You were stuck escort izmir between floors?

C: Yes! And the electricity went out, it was pitch black in there.

M: Wow, that must have been scary.

C: It was. It was just me and one other guy.

M: I guess you’re old buddies after that experience, huh?

C: Not really.

M: Well, you’re out now, that’s good.

C: He works in one of the stores at the mall, that’s all I know.

M: Was he okay, too?

C: Yeah, he was fine. He was younger than me, maybe in his forties, dressed real nice, good looking guy. I’d been joking with him before the elevator came.

M: Well I’m glad you guys are all right. How did it happen?

C: I was at the mall, I bought some socks for old you-know-who and I found something at Victoria’s Secret but I’ll order it online. I think you’re going to like it.

M: I can imagine.

C: Oh, you can’t imagine this! You’ll like it. Anyway so I was going to go back and take the subway home. I went to the parking garage where the elevator is that goes up to the platform. It’s above ground there, remember?

M: Yes, I’ve been there many times.

C: So I’m standing there, and there’s this other guy there.

M: I see.

C: So I was joking with him, you know, while we waited.

M: I can picture that.

C: No you can’t. He was a nice-enough looking guy, in his forties I guess. His clothes were real sharp, not my type but he seemed nice enough. He was just getting off work. Anyway, I was joking with him, I suppose you’d call it flirting but you know, it wasn’t sexual or anything.

M: Yes, Chelli, I am familiar with that. You were being a sunbeam in the world.

C: So the elevator came and we got in and we were chatting, you know, everything was normal and all of a sudden the fucking thing stopped.

M: Stopped?

C: Yes! I almost fell down, we were going up nice and fast and it went kathunk and stopped moving.

M: Hey, it sounds like something in a movie.

C: And the other thing, the electricity went off. No lights at all.

M: Well, if that happened in a movie they could save on filming costs. “My Adventures as a Black Cat in a Coal Mine,” starring Chelli and some guy.

C: It wasn’t funny.

M: Sorry.

C: Actually, it was funny.

M: Oh.

C: So, we’re standing there in the dark like dorks for like a minute. I mean, Marc, this was pitch black. There was no light getting through the cracks, nothing. Even the buttons were dark.

M: Wow.

C: So I said, I wonder how long we’re going to be here, and the guy, his name is Marvin, said, you never know.

M: He sounds like a real intelligent person, this Marvin.

C: Don’t be like that, Marc. It was just a random guy in an elevator.

M: All right, Chelli.

C: It wasn’t his idea.

M: Right, I can’t blame him for breaking the elevator.

C: It is so strange to be in perfect darkness, your eyes do weird things and also it was very quiet. Marvin said, it’s like we’re in our own little world here.

M: I guess you were, in a way.

C: And I said, anything that happens while we’re in here, nobody will ever know.

M: Good point.

C: Marvin said, Well, I’m going to sit down and wait. It’s getting hot in here. And then I could hear him rustling around and he sat down in a corner. He was a perfect gentleman.

M: And you were a perfect little lady, I’ll bet.

C: Well, yes, actually. I was.

M: What happened next?

C: Well I stood by the door, like looking at it but I couldn’t see anything, so it wasn’t really looking. I know there is supposed to be a phone, and I put my hand out and felt around for it.

M: Was there one?

C: Yes, I found it but it didn’t work. So I opened my cell phone and it seemed really bright in there, and I tried to call my husband but there was no signal.

M: Yeah, you were surrounded by concrete there.

C: So I started banging on the door and on the walls of the elevator. It was noisy inside there but I don’t think anybody else could hear us in that noisy parking garage. Finally Marvin said, That’s too loud, and I quit.

M: What did you do then?

C: I stopped and stood there. It was real quiet. Real quiet. I could hear Marvin breathing.

M: Did you talk to him?

C: No. I don’t know him.

M: Did he talk to you?

C: Yeah, he tried, a little. I gave him polite answers.

M: Sounds uncomfortable.

C: Well I was standing there in the dark. I could hear him breathing but I could not see anything. And I have to tell you Marc, there is something about that.

M: Something about that?

C: Yes, if it hasn’t happened to you I can’t explain it. But I knew Marvin and I were both thinking the same thing. I was wearing that little yellow summer dress, you know the one. There was absolutely no sound from outside to tell us anybody even knew we were stuck there.

M: I see. And you were getting horny.

C: Yes, Marc, that is the only word for it. There is this nice-looking guy right there, nobody in the world knows where we are, and I knew he was thinking the same thing.

M: How did you know?

C: izmir escort I just knew. Sheesh, you would have thought the same thing, if it was you.

M: Yes, you do have a point there. So what did you do?

C: I didn’t do anything. I stood there.

M: Oh really.

C: Yes really. You don’t believe me?

M: I think you would tell me if something happened.

C: Nothing happened. It could have, trust me!

M: What do you mean?

C: Marc, I have never been that horny in my life. And I have been horny before! You tease me about my pussy getting wet, well it was running down both legs in there. All the way to my feet.

M: I suppose Marvin had a hard-on too.

C: I wouldn’t know. He probably did. He probably had a beautiful hard-on and would have been the best fuck I ever had in my life, but I don’t know.

M: I guess you’ll never know.

C: No, I have never seen him before and I will never see him again.

M: So you just stood there.

C: Just stood there facing the door, wishing somebody would hurry up and come and get us the fuck out of there.

M: And you didn’t talk to the guy?

C: No. Sometimes he would talk a little. It was nice, he sounded like a really nice man. He had a nice voice.

M: It is a strange thing to picture.

C: Listen, I’ll tell you Marc, because you ought to know, I could have jumped that poor guy’s bones so bad.

M: And why didn’t you?

C: I don’t know him. I didn’t want to.

M: You sound like you wanted to.

C: Well I felt like it but I know it would have been terrible.

M: Why would it have been terrible?

C: It always is.

M: Maybe it would have been fun, anyway.

C: Maybe. He was a nice guy.

M: I am kind of surprised at you.

C: He was nice looking, too.

M: Maybe it would have been good.

C: I don’t know. I could hear him breathing, and I could hear me breathing. You could tell we both felt the same way.

M: That is amazing.

C: I know he was just as horny and turned on as I was. When he talked I could tell. But he was a perfect gentleman.

M: I can just see, they open the elevator and it’s ankle deep with cum.

C: Nobody would have known. I wanted to reach down and finish myself off real quietly but every time anybody moved it sounded so loud in there.

M: Did he do anything?

C: One time I thought maybe he was doing something over there. I heard a very quiet little sound, ch-ch, ch-ch.

M: You think he was jerking off?

C: I don’t think so. I don’t know. But it was strange to stand there in the pitch black, horny as a teenager, my pussy dripping down my leg, and think this good-looking man was playing with himself two feet away from me.

M: How do you now he wasn’t?

C: I don’t know. I hope he wasn’t. Maybe he was.

M: I don’t know if a guy can come without making any sound at all. Not even a little gasp or grunt.

C: Well he didn’t do that. I just heard this little movement. Like ch-ch, ch-ch, ch-ch, and I pictured it was his finger rubbing against the front of his pants.

M: Was it?

C: I don’t know. I kept thinking how fucking easy it would be just to say, Give me that thing! Let me at it! Put it right here!

M: That’s the Chelli I know and love.

C: Yep. Well I didn’t say anything. I didn’t move.

M: Strange.

C: I just stood there quietly and dripped into my shoes while I kept hearing that little quiet sound.

M: And why did you decide not to do anything?

C: Why would I?

M: Duh.

C: It probably would have been disappointing.

M: Yeah, probably.

C: Are you making fun of me?

M: Yes.

C; Thanks a lot.

M: How’d you guys get out of there?

C: I was standing there by the door and Marvin was sitting in the corner, I guess. I couldn’t see him but I could hear him sometimes. And then we heard some banging and voices up above.

M: And how long were you stuck?

C: It was twelve forty seven when I put money in the meter and went to the elevator, and it was one fifty two when the firemen finally got us to the third floor and got the door open.

M: An hour.

C: Yeah, hour and five minutes.

C: Then we heard the firemen working on the elevator and then the lights came on.

M: The firemen saved the day.

C: Then the elevator started and I just about fell down. Man, I was glad they finally came.

M: At least you were rescued.

C: And then the door opened and there were the firemen. Some of them were laughing.

M: Why were they laughing?

C: I don’t know, they were glad they rescued us I guess. I think some of them thought something else had happened while we were in there. Some of them cheered.

M: Yes, I can picture that.

C: It was a big deal. A reporter talked to us and took our picture.

M: So you’ll be in the news.

C: The reporter asked us a lot of questions about it.

M: What did you tell him?

C: We just told him it was dark in there, and hot. It was funny, when he saw us I think he assumed we had been fucking or something.

M: Well, if it had been anybody else.

C: Are you teasing me, Marc?

M: Yes.

C: He was from the Report. So he took some pictures and asked us a couple of questions and the firemen all shook our hands and everybody was happy and they drove away, and that’s it.

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