The Tokyo Reporter

Lady Slatterly and her lover literally rock around the cock

Shukan Bunshun Feb. 11
“It happened several decades ago, when my husband went on an onsen trip with his male chums,” the anonymous female narrator relates in the February issue of the women’s soft porn magazine Amour Urajijo, as reported in Shukan Bunshun (Feb. 11).

“I lied, telling him I’d be going to a class reunion. What I really did was meet up with my lover, and he drove me to a little out-of-the-way inn that’s popular with couples.

“We checked in around 4 p.m. and were soon making it right in the bathtub. After a warming poke (and soak), we ate supper and then had each other for dessert, so to speak, finishing around 6:30.

“After another soak in the hot spring, we went back to bed and made it again. Then we toasted each other with hot sake in the room, and around 11:00 we snuggled up in the futon for a naughty nightcap.

“By this time I’d almost lost count of how many times we had balled each other. But we awakened around 2 a.m. feeling frisky so we did it again. And upon arising around seven the next morning we first staggered to the tub to bathe, followed by yet another quickie.

“After we checked out at 10, he drove straight to the nearest love hotel and we made it again. ‘That’s about all I can handle,’ he groaned, sounding completely drained.

“I felt pretty worn out too, but when I think back on it all, that was a memorable trip!”

The writer’s pseudonymous byline is given as “Tuen-chin-foa,” a pun on the FOX news action/drama series “24,” but with chin, meaning penis (and use thereof) substituted in the second syllable. (W.W.)

Source: “Shukujo no zasshi kara,” Shukan Bunshun (Feb. 11, page 107)

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