Fun in the Loo--SiriusxRemusSirius left five minutes after Remus had. They were in Potions class when the incident had occurred. Professor Slughorn had paired the two friends together to make an advanced potion for curing the poison of the Acromantula. Sirius had thought that by adding two bezoars and an extra unicorn hair, it would make the potion stronger. Remus argued, but before he could prevent the little mishap, Sirius "knocked" the items into the cauldron, causing an explosion on our dear Remus.Fun in the Loo--SiriusxRemus8 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
After cleaning the mess, Slughorn dismissed our dear Lupin to the restroom. Sirius, who insisted it was his fault, followed suit hoping that he would end up in the same restroom as Remus.
Sirius crept through the doors, and there he was, washing his hands and arms of the excess fluid that he had missed. His robe was thrown over one of the lavatory doors to dry while he washed.
"Wotcher, Moony," he said as he strolled behind his friend, who had
PicturePerfect-Sirius and RemuI woke up, covered in a fine, slick sweat. The scarlet curtains that draped around my bed kept out all other nightly noises, allowing the only sounds to be that of my breathy panting. My hand reached down to touch the golden sheets next to me, finding them damp. I flushed as they moved from my bed to my exposed stomach, touching the cool sweat. They dipped into my pants, coming back out in another sort of liquid. My semen clung to my fingers, sticky in my hands, salty in taste as I brought them to my lips. IPicturePerfect-Sirius and Remu7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
lapped up my own liquids, imaging the semen to be that of another.
My body gave a shudder of pleasure as I finished cleaning myself. I lay back down, settling down into that dampness, and then sat back up. I didn't want to lay in sweat caused by myself only.
I parted the curtains opened and peeked out to the other side of the room. The two beds, belonging to James and Peter, both had their curtains drawn around them, blocking off the pale gleam of moonlight that hit them. There was