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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DON’T DELETE YOUR HISTORY
© 2018 Robbie Webb
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Adapted from a story from the book WHEN HE PUT ME ACROSS THE LEATHER-TOPPED HORSE
None of the submissives in Robbie Webb’s stories are actually being forced to do anything against their own will. They can stop the action any time they want to. They all do what they do because they enjoy it.
This story is not attributed to the cover model. The cover is an illustration for viewing only and there is no association with the model and the story.
All characters and terms including ‘boy’ ‘lad’ and ‘girl’ refer to people age 18 and over.
18-year-old scally boys pulling their trackie bottoms down, wanking in the park, taking cock up the arse; dozens and dozens of cock-teasing 18-year-old lads; scallies putting their hands down each other’s trackies and wanking each other off; gangs of lads wanking on street corners, sucking each other off; chavs getting jizz splashed over their 6-packs; lads being bent over and spanked on their bare bums.
Mr Gibson was proper shocked when he saw the images that his Junior Office Clerk Scott had been downloading on the company computer. Not only had Scott downloaded the images but he’d also printed them off. His drawer was full of them.
Mr Gibson was absolutely fuming.
What if the Managing Director had looked at Scott’s history on the computer? He’d see all the perverted sites that Scott had been on and with the Managing Director hating Mr Gibson he would probably put the blame on him, rather than on Scott. The Managing Director couldn’t stand Mr Gibson and would use that as an excuse to sack him.
It was a good job Mr Gibson found out about it before the Managing Director saw it.