Many of us have strange quirks, some quirks can be seen by other people, some we hide out of embarrassment and others we just live with. I have one strange trait I want to share, it's odd but it's completely true, I am not making this up.
It can be just a normal day and maybe I do something very ordinary like call a neighbour for something. I will call Doug but his wife answers and says that Doug just got back from his hockey game with his friend Mike, they grabbed a beer and have gone down to the stables and she says they will just stay there talking about horses for hours, that she will get him to call me when he comes back. I thank her and hang up.
Sitting down I will start to think about what a pair of hot D.I.L.Fs Mike and Doug are, ruggedly handsome, typical guy next door good looks. What if they were not just talking about horses, what if Doug glances out the window while taking a sip of his beer. What if upon seeing the coast is clear, he playfully pushes Mike back onto a bale of hay and says something like, "three goals tonight bud, you were hot out there on the ice, but no where near as hot as you looked in your jock when we were changing after". Doug steps closer, both guys give each other a knowing grin. Then they start to kiss and..... and.... and it starts to happen.
Aaahhchewww! I sneeze, then again aahhhhchewwwww! Uhh, ooh, eyes watering, I shake my head, try to return to my thoughts but the taboo idea of two straight young dads having forbidden gay sex overwhelms me and again an even more powerful sneeze, ahhhCHEWWW.... blasts out with enough power to extinguish a small forest fire, I have a slight spasm and give up. What the hey is that about??? It's like some little Angel is standing around and suddenly says, "oh no you don't buster, Doug and Mike are good guys, no dirty thoughts from you"! Then I am sprinkled with magic sneezing dust until I give up. Trust me, this is even too strange for me to make up, it's like I'm having sneezegasms! There you have it, a secret that I have only shared with members of the blog community, now don't you feel privileged.