The September issue of women’s soft porn mag Amour Ura Joho features a gal reminiscing over the time when she fell hook, line and sinker for a deep-sea fisherman.
“I was only able to meet him on rare occasions,” she writes in the column picked up in the latest issue of Shukan Bunshun (Oct. 29). “Sometimes my phone would ring unexpectedly, like at 3 a.m., and he’d say, ‘My ship just returned. I wanna see you right away.'”
Apparently those stories about men away at sea for prolonged times are true, because the guy was hornier than a hammerhead shark in heat.
“He didn’t have a steady job, and the work was damn hard,” she recalls sympathetically. “I guess that’s why his sexual urge was so strong.
“At some hidden corner of the port he’d cup his hands beneath my bottom and lift me up, and we’d screw standing up with my legs entwined around his hips.”
She uses the term “ekiben sex” to describe the above position, a reference to the now-defunct hawkers who peddled boxed meals on rail station platforms.
Other purviews where Popeye was pleased to pop off his stored-up seed included making her straddle his lap while in a parked car.
“He would keep thrusting into me all night long,” she sighs nostalgically. “By the time we parted, my body was totally drained.
“But in terms of sheer sexual energy, I must say, before or since, no one has ever managed to surpass him.”
Source: “Shukujo no zasshi kara,” Shukan Bunshun (Oct. 29, page 103)
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