NewU Lucky find
Kas Looked once again at her list. It was close to Halloween, and she desperately needed a costume. However, she had gone against tradition and decided to find it herself. After all, shed learnt by now that sometimes, its best not to have a box to open.
She walked down the busy high street, taking in the hustle and bustle. The noise of the crowd. People barged past each other, or walked slowly and talked. Pigeons and seagulls swooped along, dive-bombing whatever litter may have been dropped.
However, despite the crowd, Kas felt lonely as she walked along. Every shop she passed had a sign in the window, to announce that they had no more costumes. She sighed, each sign further deepening her frustration. How could there be no more costumes!
She turned a corner, and stopped. Sandwiched between two shops stood and old, building. It had no sign, and the inside was dark, despite the midday sun shining overhead. As far as Kas could tell, nobody was inside. She stood in front of this strange shop, which she had never seen before. Kas had never stopped believing in magic, but an entire shop? It was odd, it gave off an aura of age, but there was something new about it too. Noting the lack of sign, she opened the door. A small bell tinkled overhead as she stepped into the dark shop.
The air smelt of mothballs and perfume, and the scent clung to her like cobwebs. Walking slowly towards the counter, she took in the shop. Strange items were stacked upon shelves, and there were no price tags. No two items where similar, or even in the same generation, with an old oil lamp cuddling up next to a Wii.
Good morning miss, may I help you? A young voice called out. Kas turned to see a silver-haired woman walking towards her. Her face was young, and her eyes were a deep chocolate brown that Kas wished she could drown in. Kas assumed she was wearing a uniform of some sort, until the newcomer stepped into the light, showing her clothes as a revealing witches outfit.
Ah, so you do stock Halloween costumes! Kas said happily. The woman nodded, sending her breasts to jiggle slightly.
Yep. My name is Fudge. And you are
Fudge asked her, smiling warmly. Kas blinked herself away from Fudges breasts just in time.
Im Kas. Could you point me towards the costumes please? She asked. Fudge grinned with delight.
Ive got something even better. She replied, giggling.
Fudge led her towards a corner of the shop, where a box stood. It was about the size of a photo booth, but with a metal door instead of a curtain.
It took me ages to persuade Miss Tique to get this. She kept saying it wouldnt fit in with the mystery of the shop, but I think its adds to it. Fudge explained on the way. Kas smiled and followed. The womans overly pleasant tone was beginning the get on her nerves, but she trusted her all the same. Here we are, youll find a selection of Costumes inside. Fudge said, opening the door. Kas nodded and stepped inside.
Inside the booth, Kas looked around. The walls were mirrored, and there was nothing to break the monotony. It was a lot bigger than shed thought. She stood in the centre of the room, and looked around for a way to start the machine. She took a step, and there was a click as the machine started up.
She was suddenly grabbed from behind by a mechanical appendage. It was a clamp of some sort, shaped oddly. It closed around her, sealing her torso tightly. It hummed for a moment, before retracting. Kas gasped, as when it retreated her shirt had been replaced with some metal plating, surrounded by purple. She moved her head around to get a good look at it. The metal was flexible as cloth.
Suddenly, she gasped again as another clamp closed around her pelvis. It hummed, and vibrated. She moaned slightly, as the machine removed her clothes and replaced them with more metal. It didnt let go, continuing to vibrate and teasing her. She went to place her hands underneath, when suddenly two more clamps extended out of the walls. They grabber her wrists, and held them up, leaving her helpless.
There was a sudden flashing, a bright, green light that flicked on and off rapidly. Kas tried to cover her eyes, but the clamps held her hands firmly in place. The vibrating clamp kept going, teasing the poor girl as juices flowed from her wet lips.
Now, smaller arms moved out of the mirrored walls. They circled around her legs and arms, almost weaving the metal onto her skin. She didnt dare look away, the bright green light drawing her attention. It was pretty, and seemed to increase the flow of juices.
Now, the machine let go of her waist and retreated into the machine, its job done. Kas stood, transfixed by the light as the arms did their work. Soon, her arms and legs were completely covered by the metal. Kas stood, drooling at the light, her eyes blank as a helmet slipped over her head. It closed, and sealed up tightly, with a mouthpiece soon following.
She stood, frozen in place. There was a pause, as the light on her chest flashed up. Unit 19 Lucky Girl Online. She said, in a robotic voice. Mentally, she moaned as the suit rewarded her with a vibration across her breasts and lips. The door opened, and she stepped out.
Fudge was waiting for her, her eyes smiling.
How do you feel? She asked. Unit 19 turned to her, and flashed.
Unit 19 is online and ready for orders. It said.
Fudge smiled. Go and bring in some more customers.