Do you know the language of love?
A few years ago I was in college in the North East. All students are required to fulfil a foreign language requirement and my language was Spanish.
There was a girl that I met outside language lab one day, who became my sweetie, she was a language major and proficient in several european languages. (I have to mention that I've been inspired to write this because of the great German language submission of May 24, 2005).
So, to make a long story short and get to the point, very shortly after we met and before we'd done more than kiss, I made a remark to her that started with some assurance that French is the language of love. Who would refute this?
I'm sure it was that evening, late. Alone in the lounge of her dorm we were seated on a comfy plump couch with lots of pillows and our kisses lead to fondles and cuddles and her hand crept slowly into my lap where she found my swollen, heated zipper and the living member that had been advertising itself for hours.
'Mmmmmmmm' I'm sure I groaned as she found and squeezed my penis head. Then she started to whisper to me in German. Telling me how she adored me, my body, my smell, the heat from my pants, the taste of my neck and how she wanted to be naked with me in her room. Ha ha ha. I didn't understand German but it didn't matter either.
I got the message immediately and the real translation later that evening; but the cum I spewed into my jeans just two minutes after she first touched me required an immediate clean up in the privacy of her room and she was happy to serve as clean-up-lady too.
When you think of German you almost can't help thinking of Hitler shouting and spitting out his rants in newsreels. That didn't do much for the language over the last 75 years. Anybody in the world would rather hear 'je t'aime' in French; but let me tell you, soft German, whispered lovingly in your ear as your new girl is masturbating you to your first orgasm together is the most romantic language in the world. That gutteral German thing gets softened and pushed languidly over the larynx and tongue and comes out like a warm breeze. Try licking your lips and whispering the German word 'achtung!'. It means, 'pay attention'. Ha ha..I bet if you heard it you would.