My first vore story - part 1WARNINGMy first vore story - part 14 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
There's vore, lick and drool fetish, soft vore and a special friendship between a man and his dog. Don't read if you don't like this kind of story!
A morning, I woke up with warm breath on my face. I opened one eye, and my gesture was followed by a warm and sticky blob falling on my cheek. That was Sheilla, her head a little above my face, waiting I woke up. She was breathing directly on my face, her tongue out and almost touching my face. Slobber falls on me again, but on my nose.
Happy that I'm finally awake, she licks my face many times, covering me with her saliva. That was her way to say me "hi". After covering completely my face with her saliva, she licked my lips. I loved the feeling of her warm and wet tongue on my mouth, like being covered by her sticky drool. She had a bad breath, but I loved it anyway. After some minutes, she lets me free. She dropped out of my bed. She had so much drooled over me th
Defunct FuturesSo, what's it like in the year 2012 in the...Defunct Futures3 years ago in Settings More Like This
2012 in 50's-world, everyone in the US wears hats. Men wear suits, women wear dresses or cute pantsuits. T-shirts and jeans or sweats are something nobody older than a teenager would be caught wearing. There are a lot of uniforms. Everything is very clean and often metallic or gleaming.
The Cold War is of course going on, and China, the Soviet Union, indeed everything from East Germany to Vietnam is the Red World, a unified entity which includes some parts of Africa, including the Red Congo. (Cuba, on the other side, is Capitalist and more-or-less democratic, if corrupt). Everyone in the Red World dresses the same, drives the same standard car, and reports for interrogation four times a year. (Except for the Inner Committee. But to get to that position on must have taken the interrogation drugs dozens of times). Although a "standardized" Socialist culture is promoted, the Chinese are still Chinese, and the increasing tendency of
InterceptorInterceptor3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
When they came in, they always came in fast. They skid low across the atmosphere like silvery stones, flushed with coldness and dawn. It seems like they had been coming for a few years now, and perhaps observing for some time before that. We knew what they had been doing for awhile, but due to the scale of the previous conflict their depredations went unnoticed. Unnoticed at least by nations and armies. The inhabitants of a remote farm would go missing. Bandits, of course. A fishing vessel might disappear, just before dawn on a clear calm night. Drift mine, most likely. However, the disappearance of all the human inhabitants from certain remote island chains seemed harder to explain.
As things were rebuilt, one missing person became ten, then a hundred, then a thousand. A sort of harvest was suspected. It took radar and collective will to finally see them clearly. Silent, swift, and hungry. We almost never saw them at all. We never found any trace of their victims. They came o
The wreck of the Edmund FitzgeraldThe wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald2 years ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down
of the big lake they called "Gitche Gumee."
The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead
when the skies of November turn gloomy.
With a load of iron ore twenty-six thousand tons more
than the Edmund Fitzgerald weighed empty,
that good ship and true was a bone to be chewed
when the "Gales of November" came early.
The ship was the pride of the American side
coming back from some mill in Wisconsin.
As the big freighters go, it was bigger than most
with a crew and good captain well seasoned,
concluding some terms with a couple of steel firms
when they left fully loaded for Cleveland.
And later that night when the ship's bell rang,
could it be the north wind they'd been feelin'?
The wind in the wires made a tattle-tale sound
and a wave broke over the railing.
And ev'ry man knew, as the captain did too
'twas the witch of November come stealin'.
The dawn came late and the breakfast had to wait
when the Gales of November came slashin'.
Future HistoryFuture History5 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
20th Century AD
Man ventures into space and visits the Earth's Moon.
Various exploration vessels are sent to planets within Earth's Solar System.
The Sky Union is formed and with it the foundation of modern temporal science.
The first Tier (human genetically engineered to be smarter) is born.
The first Tier engineers the second generation of Tiers.
Cycles of mistrust, conflict and war ravage humanity as the full impact of Tiers to society is realised.
Majority of African and South American continent along with low lying landmasses now inhabitable as Green land ice sheet disappears.
Average human creativity, memory, problem solving ability, empathy and data processing continue rise exponentially as a result of ever improving technology and Tier-Human interbreeding
Rare Earth metals r
The Dragon User's Manual--THE DRAGON USER'S MANUAL--The Dragon User's Manual8 years ago in Humor More Like This
Congratulations on your purchase/birthday gift/illicit acquisition/blood barter of a CanonFire Corporation D-800 Personal Defense Unit! The PDU, or "Dragon", was invented over a thousand years ago, and it has been a faithful slave of humanity for more than fifteen non-consecutive years. By incorporating the latest in mana-synthesis technologies, today's dragon is better-equipped than ever to improve your life and keep your home smelling dragon-fresh.
Chapter 1 - Getting Started
Before you hatch your dragon from its OviTec Dragon Egg, make sure you have all of the following items:
(1) OviTec Dragon Egg
(1) CanonFire Cosmic Reaction Codex® Headset
(1) CanonFire Slavemaker® Inhibitor Collar
(1) Melee weapon (your choice)
(1) Hexagonal crank
(1) Dragon medallion
When you are ready to hatch the OviTec Dragon Egg, insert the hexagonal crank (A) into hole (B) (see fig. 1) and turn
Mando'a Lesson Number 1Mando'a Lesson Number 15 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Mando'a Lesson 1
My name is Ner gai _______
Your name is
Mando'a Lesson 3Mando'a Lesson 35 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Mando'a Lesson 3
Older Brother/Sister Ori'vod
Baby (under 3)
Mando'a Lesson 5Mando'a Lesson 5Mando'a Lesson 55 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
A Nightmare on Elm Street 8A Nightmare on Elm Street 8: Freddys Back From The Dead (title is lame so what its my story ha-ha)A Nightmare on Elm Street 88 years ago in Horror More Like This
(this story will be a dark, wg story but there wont be any killing just very massive amount of wg, this is my first story so if everyone could leave a comment letting me know if its good or if I need to improve a little more, please dont be cruel as I said before this is my first story so please cut me some slack.) Now our adventure begins
It was the first day back to high school for Erin, Cidney, Brooke, Paige and Tammy, who were best friends since kindergarten. They had every class together. They did everything together; they would eat the same food, buy clothes from the same store. You name they did it together. They were the most popular girls in school, every guy wanted them and girls wanted to be them and the girls knew this so they would sometimes put on a show for everyone. After they saw everyones reactions they would all laugh about it afterwards
Complaints - FinaleKorris eyes traveled over Dees eyes. She softly asked, What? Her mind ran overComplaints - Finale6 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
Dees words, struggling to make sense of them.
Dee laid out a hand. I was born female. My aunt is Cerys Newid. Our boss.
Korris mouth dipped open. Confusion reigned in her thoughts. She slowly shook her head. What why how?
Dee shrugged. I have a means of remaining male while I work which Cerys provided me.
All the air seemed to have seeped out of Korris words. Softly, she asked, Why are you telling me all this?
Dee lowered his hand. Because of what you said and what I said.
Korri kept her eyes on Dee. You lied.
Dees body tensed. I dont lie. People just never ask the right questions. She watched his eyes. They didnt waver. They looked right back at her.
Korri dipped her head away. Whatever. What now?
Dees hands splayed
Galkgrokst FirearmsGalkgrokst FirearmsGalkgrokst Firearms2 years ago in Settings More Like This
The first galkgrokst firearms were developed a little over 900 years ago by the engineer-philosopher Krashee Palkst Dzal. His patron, the Empress of the Unalloyed Will, commissioned him to create a more powerful version of the hurled bombs in use at the time. In his typical fashion, Krashee Palkst Dzal instead delivered an entirely new weapon system. He adapted existing grenades into conical projectiles filled with explosives. The projectiles were fired from rifled tubes, propelled by pre-measured explosive charges. These early weapons, though large and primitive by today's standards, led to tremendous changes in the nature of warfare.
At their core, the basic design of firearms has changed little since Krashee Palkst Dzal's day. Most galkgrokst weapons consist of a long, rifled barrel, with a magazine and firing mechanism located at the rear and a trigger mechanism located near the front. This forward placement allows the narrower end of a user's tentacle to depres
Scaling the Tower (TK)I arrived in Hystead this morning and immediately set about acquiring myself new equipment. I barely had enough to cover the cost of new armor and had to pawn off some of my old set, but at least I'm out of that ragged old jerkin now. Instead, I have a blue duster which comes down to my knees that, lack of sleeves aside, I must admit looks rather dashing. The new pants are a little odd- they only come halfway down my calves- but they're better than what I had. I also managed to buy a standard adventurer's kit- trail rations, flask of water, journeybread, legible maps- the basics, really.Scaling the Tower (TK)5 months ago in Scraps More Like This
Unfortunately, this means I am once again in need of paying work. I'll need to stop in with the Guild and see if they're offering work for non-members. They did in my father's time, or at least I think they did, so perhaps they still do.
"I'm sorry, miss, but I can't offer any freelance contracts if I'm not one-hundred-percent sure you have some kind of combat experience."
THINKING ABOUT DINOSAURS #1: TYRANNOSAURUS REXTHINKING ABOUT DINOSAURS #1: TYRANNOSAURUS REX3 years ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
It’s common paleontological knowledge that Tyrannosaurus rex adults are known from two distinct morphological forms, robust and gracile. I most books and other media, one will often find that the robust morph is suspected to be the female of the species whereas the gracile is the male.
But how accurate are these claims?
I must admit, I’d obeyed this rule for as long I’d known about T.rex, but with Scott Hartman’s reworking of his T.rex skeletal diagrams, I got into thinking deeper about the morphology of the tyrant lizard king.
I know there’s a lot of suggestive evidence that supports the robust=female idea, but I set out to find any hard evidence that points towards this. What I found was that the initial idea came from the length of the chevron on the first caudal vertebrae. In robust morphs this WAS said to be smaller to allow the passage of eggs, and a comparison was made to female crocodiles. However, further reading revealed to me that this analogy i
Soylent Green, 2022It’s the year 2022.Soylent Green, 20222 years ago in Settings More Like This
World population exceeds ten billion. It would be more, save for the massive famines and plagues striking malnutrition-weakened populations. Overall, however, population continues to grow, if more slowly than before.
Global warming is advanced. Agriculture production has dwindled in many areas ravaged by drought, and in others (such as the interior of East Africa) devastated by floods. And then there are the industrial chemicals, the radioactivity, the acid rain, the ozone hole, the mutated insects…
Two major cultural trends of OTL were not duplicated. Environmentalism never really gained momentum until too late: the oil embargo never took place, and in an environment in which it was assumed “continued growth” was the solution to all ills, what was a bit more pollution or a bit more CO2 in the air? Feminism also failed to get much traction in a world where there was less need for a second income bringer and the pill and other forms of birth
SuicideSuicide10 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I wish you happiness
As I point the gun at my head
As I tighten my finger over the trigger
I wish you love
As I shed my last tears
As I think my last thoughts
I wish you peace
As I feel my heart beat quicken
As I feel the chaos still around me
I wish you hope
As I see my dreams shatter
As I feel the despair of my heart
I wish you life
As I give in to my pain
As I greet death
Theft and Purchase (TK)Kira pursued the young thief for quite awhile, and though he was the faster of the two and he was leading her through progressively more cramped and industrial areas, she was still able to track him. She rounded a corner just in time to watch a maintenance hatch set into the wall slide shut, and in a second she'd thrown it open once again and climbed into the tunnel it covered. The tiny bulbs that ran along its edges had long since burned out; Kira could see no more than a few inches in front of her, barely making out the seams in the ductwork as she passed it by. Using her hands and knees, she fumbled her way through the dark until she came to another hatch set into the wall and triggered its release. She pushed her legs through and stood up on its other side before it had even stopped moving, looking left and right for any sign of the little rascal with her PDA.Theft and Purchase (TK)5 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
She determined pretty quickly she'd wound up in a dead end- the room she was in now was shaped like a hexagon that had been
Finding Faith Through ScienceRocket scientist Jim Bradford says that science has always affirmed his faith.Finding Faith Through Science2 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Jim sees science as the study of what God made. And he defines science in this way: Science is an endeavor to explore and understand. Scientism is a philosophy that starts by saying that nothing supernatural exists. Jim points out that this viewpoint is unable to answer the question of where the matter and energy came from that supposedly started the Big Bang, according to the theory.
With a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering, among Jim’s many accomplishments is working with Boeing on space shuttles. Up until college he was too shy to do any sort of Christian leadership. But he overcame this during college by inadvertently leading a Christian student group each week. Now, along with his rocket science career he also talks to people about the relationship between science and religion.
According to Jim, this viewpoint that we were not Created is one of despair. It’s saying that you are an
Just Around the RiverbendJust Around the Riverbend2 years ago in Humor More Like This
Nakoma, a young Native American woman, rowed her canoe down the river. "Pocahontas!" she called out at each turn, "Pocahontas, where are you?" Her best friend, the chief's daughter Pocahontas, had gone missing like usual, and Nakoma was determined to track her down.
Finally, she spotted her beautiful friend standing atop a waterfall, letting the wind blow through her long black hair. "Pocahontas, there you are!" Nakoma called, getting the other girl's attention. "Get down from there, you're wanted back at the village!"
Pocahontas smiled and nodded before running away. Then, to Nakoma's shock, she dashed back into view and jumped right off the edge of the waterfall. "No, not that way!" Nakoma shouted. Eyes closed serenely, Pocahontas was feeling pleased with herself until she heard a sound.
Tick Tock, Tick Tock, Tick Tock...
Nakoma screamed as the head of the enormous crocodile of Neverland burst out of the water in front of her. The beast grin
Pray for SloveniaSlovenia is a Slavic nation state in South-Central Europe.Pray for Slovenia3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
It is bordered by Italy in the west, Austria in the north, Croatia in the south and southeast
and Hungary in the northeast.
The population is 2.05 million.
The capital and largest city is Ljubljana.
Four major European geographic units interweave in Slovenia:
The Dinaric Alps
The Pannonian Plain.
Slovenia is one of the water-richest countries in Europe.
Slovenia has been inhabited for thousands of years.
During the Bronze and Iron Ages it was inhabited by Celtic tribes.
The Romans conquered the area in the 1st century A.D.
The area later became part of the Holy Roman Empire and the Austria-Hungarian Empire.
In 1929 Sloven