Teen First Blow
So a couple years ago when I was in my last year of high school I was still living with my parents. I wasn't very sexually active and still a virgin and never given a blowjob or touched a penis. I didn't really dare to do too much, since my parents never wanted me to stay out for too long and I never dared to take a boy home either.
teen first blow
Blushing I turned around to make coffee. I was really ashamed and at the same time excited. A girlfriend of mine always told me about her experiences when she done something with a guy, and recently she told me about giving her boyfriend a blowjob. The way she told it made it seem like something mysterious and very fun. I'm not sure what was really going on in my mind back then, but once I finished making the coffee for the two men I suddenly said something like "Want me to give you a blowjob?". Can't remember exactly how I asked it.
The first guy came in my mouth. But some of his cum dripplet down the corner of my mouth on my blouse. But the disaster came next when I turned to the other but either he was too fast or I was too slow, he suddenly came over my face and the most of it got into my hair and behind me on the carpet.
Thanks also for sharing. Best submissions are those relating real experiences. Brave girl to want the first time to end in your mouth, but yes, any evidence is gone. Lucky workers! Looking forward to more of your submissions. The story and future stories could be enhanced by sharing a little more detail, male reader thing. Such as what did you think of the taste, was it as exciting as you thought it would be..
Yes it's my first story, and you're right that I sort of rushed through it. I wrote it down on another website, Sat an hour max on it, and hit the submit button. The annony is right though, about the proof reading. I didn't write it on word, so it's bound to have some mistakes with grammar/spelling.
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