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Itâ€™s party time.
A gentleman quickly vacated his seat at the bar for her and bought Jenn a ginger ale. He went back to talking with his friends so she pulled out her book and began to entertain herself. She hadn't reached the second page before a voice interrupted her.
"What's an SPS?"
Jennifer looked up into the gorgeous eyes of a man in his late 20's with dark brown hair. She smiled. "They're Small Polyped Stony Corals. They're the kind that traditionally ripped the bottoms out of ships causing guys like you to drown. I breed them."
He leaned in closer. "Is that the end you have in store for me?"
"Not necessarily. I'm just giving fair warning to all those who unnecessarily interrupt my reading."
He took a sip of his drink and as he replaced the glass on the bar he brushed her forearm with the back of his hand. "And what about necessary interruptions?"
"Oh, you think you have one of those?"
He had moved in as close to Jennifer as he could get without becoming threatening. "Definitely! In fact, unless you already have a dinner date, I have the two words that will guarantee me a seat at your table, as well as possibly a place in your heart."
Jennifer was really enjoying this. "Really! I didn't know that there were two such words, much less that you'd have them!
What, pray tell, are they?"
His face was right in front of hers as he said, "Acropora humilis."
Jennifer's head pulled back and her face adopted a puzzled look. "I beg your pardon?"
"The cover photograph...on your book. Acropora humilis is the species of coral in that cover shot. I'm more of a Birdsnest fan myself. I've got a 180 that's a sea of Screaming Greens if you'd like a good sized frag."
Jennifer just stared at him for all of five or six seconds before flagging the bartender. Another thing her father had taught her was to learn and retain the names of service people. "Jeremy when you get a chance, would you please let Roy know that my single has just become a deuce as Mister...?"
Her new found coral keeper responded. "Leaback, Jimmy Leaback."
Jennifer nodded without taking her eyes off him, "As Mr. Leaback will be joining me."
The bartender responded "Jimmy's table has been waiting for him for 15 minutes, Jennifer, it's ready any time you are."
After they were seated at the point table Jennifer said, "Is now the point at which you embarrass me by telling me you're a Yankee who's been up for two seasons and I just didn't register on the name?"
"No, but I've got two clients who meet that description."
Jenn smiled, "Oh, a sports agent."
"Is that a good thing or bad?"
"A job's a job. To me the key's whether you do it well or poorly. Are you a good agent?"
Jimmy shook his head. "Oh god, is this going to be one of those 'money or happiness' talks?"
Jennifer kept looking at his eyes, "Not it all. I don't start with the presupposition that the two are mutually exclusive. I was just asking if you were proud of your body of work?"
Jimmy leaned back and it was his turn to look Jennifer straight in the eyes. "Yes, I am and I've never told that to anyone before because it's never been asked. Yours is a question which should be asked much more often, I think."
Jenn smiled warmly. "Me too!"
Dinner went very well. Jenn was really enjoying herself with this new man but finally said to Jimmy, "I'm having a great time. A really great time but I think now's a good time to mention that no matter how much I'd like it not to be true, I've got to turn into a pumpkin in 35 minutes."
Jimmy grinned, "Got to get home before hubby finds out?"
"I'm not married and you probably already knew it. It's just that I've got an 11 o'clock appointment and I don't take such things casually."
"Okay, I can accept that. I'm busy through the rest of the weekend, can I see you Tuesday evening?"
Jennifer winced. "Probably, but I'm meeting an old friend and you'd have to put up with two giggling idiots remembering high school days."
"Wouldn't I be kind of a third wheel?"
"I don't know! I do know