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Gal’s tea time talk about a foreign tongue treat

Shukan Bunshun Nov. 4

“I was having a cup of tea with my friend, when she abruptly asked me, ‘Say, have you ever had sex with a foreigner?’

“My reply was, ‘No, they’ve all been Japanese.'”

“She surprised me by confessing that she’d made it with one.”

Thus begins a steamy amateur submission from the November issue of women’s soft porn magazine Amour, as excerpted in Shukan Bunshun (Nov. 4).

The alien in question turned out to be an American teacher of English conversation.

“When he went down on me, his tongue was so long I felt like I was getting eaten up,” the friend continues. “He trust it so far up, it felt like a penis.”

“And his thing was so big — it looked like a baby’s forearm. I was a bit worried over taking it inside me, but he got me well lubricated with foreplay before inserting it. Afterwards he kept going for what I swear must have been three hours.

“While I felt sad when he finally left Japan, I was also aghast to learn that he had a huge number of students,” the friend said. “And what I found out about him exceeded anything my own imagination could have cooked up!”

The raunchy byline this week is “Misutetsuru hodo no zo-cock wa ariya,” which comes from the title of social commentator Tetsuya Miyazaki’s 1998 book, “Can the land of one’s forefathers be forsaken?” Bunshun naughtily puns zokoku (fatherland) to zo-cock (ancestral cock).

Source: “Shukujo no zasshi kara,” Shukan Bunshun (Nov. 4, page 107)

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