This knicker sniffing reminds me of something from my younger years. I was maybe 19 or 20 and I was seeing a lass who really, really wanted to see me wank. She was my first girlfriend ever and the last thing I wanted to do with a woman now that I had one was take care of myself. Of course, I did that when she wasn't around but never thought about it when she was present.
So, I went to work and she was absolutely toe-curlingly enthralled. Now, one of the things she really wanted to learn about was what men did with ejaculate upon orgasm. Truthfully, I usually put a T-Shirt or towel over my chest or wrapped said around my fist. But, she really was enjoying the show and talking to me the whole while.
It became clear to me that she didn't really want to learn what men did with their orgasm fluids, she'd already made up her mind. So, despite the fact that it would make my chest hair curl when washing it off (semen clots in the presence of water), I prepared for a bare-chested cum.
When I got there, she was nearly gibbering with delight about my orgasm and she was in a stream of conscientious chat to encourage me.
Well, I let fly.
That's when she really let me know what was on your mind.
She said 'Ohhh, yes, now take it in your fingers and rub it on your balls. Go on, on your balls and on your cock....'
I looked at her and watched as she hunched in a rythym. I said something to the effect that my semen meant more to her than to me.
'Oh, so you don't rub it on your balls and cock and chest? That'd be so flipping hot.' She went on at some length about this, explaining all of the things I could do with my cum.
I explained that probably 99 per cent of straight men stop thinking about their semen pretty quickly after an orgasm. I think she was a bit disappointed but her eyes widened as the light bulb went on. I explained about the T-Shirt and she said it was 'practical'. I think she really built it up in her head in adolescence for quite a long time and was a touch disillusioned with the truth.
Thanks for the Solo Touch web site.