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#1 2017-03-25 05:28:52

From: The Internet
Registered: 2006-09-09
Posts: 535

VCR: Chapter 1 School Days, The

The VCR: Chapter 1 School Days

Dave Sykes just bought a VCR and some porn tapes for one hundred dollars. Boy oh boy, did he get a bargain!

(This is the unedited first story in what, I hope, will become a series with each chapter being connected but also being a standalone story.)



#2 2017-03-25 13:28:36

Completely Blotto
Registered: 2010-09-06
Posts: 276

Re: VCR: Chapter 1 School Days, The

Man I need to get me some of those movies. Lol. Was an interesting read. Hope more will come soon.



#3 2017-03-30 06:22:11

Eric Storm
Pub Owner
From: New Port Richey, FL
Registered: 2006-09-12
Posts: 4813

Re: VCR: Chapter 1 School Days, The

A fun little story.  Certainly allows for a whole slew of varied little vignettes all in one.  Made me interested enough to want to see the next installment.

There were some mechanics issues (typos, spelling, grammar, etc.), but not enough to really detract from the story itself.  I'd point them out for you, but that would slow me down even further on my own writing.  :-S

The only part I wasn't overly happy with was the whole "she kicked me out with nothing but the shirt on my back" bit.  It's too cliched.  Also, if they had enough money for her to get a "really good lawyer", then he'd have had a decent job and would have been able to afford a nice apartment fairly quickly.  (Payday Advance loan, if nothing else, would have gotten him the money he needed...)  It also implies that the guy doesn't have a single good friend whose couch he could have crashed on for a few days.  But, unless the wife or girls are going to play into the story in future chapters, it's not really important.

Anyway, as a XXX story, it was good.  It aroused me and kept me interested.  So where's the next chapter, huh?  Huh?  Huh?


Eric Storm

(posted from Chapter 1)

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