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Jay's Enormous Snake

Updated on December 7, 2008

I had a problem a while back. I was a bit plugged up, you could say. I had a good idea how to get unplugged, but I was single at the time, and you don't go calling just anyone up for a job like that. I asked my landlord to recommend someone, and got a phone number for Jay.

When I called, he assured me he knew the best tricks in the business. I gave him my address and waited on pins and needles for him to arrive. When he knocked, I showed him in eagerly and led him to the shower. He pulled out his tool, and I smiled, knowing this was going to turn out well. It was such a huge snake, rigid yet flexible, and strong. I watched as it went in, slowly at first, feeling its way around, then back out, glistening. Then he rammed it in, farther, farther, leaning against the side of the shower as he worked his magic. Harder, stronger it went, until it was almost all the way in. Then, POP! He drew it out again, dripping and oozing the whole length of it. I saw a bit of me at the end, and laughed. It was so wonderful!

Thanking him, I let him out again. I stepped into the shower and enjoyed the feel of the water against my skin. When one of my friends asked how things went, I gave her Jay's number. She, too, had a very rewarding experience, and recommended him to others. Word got around fast, and he got a lot of new business.

Do you need a good plumber? If you do, I'll give you Jay's phone number. He got that hair clog out in a jiffy.

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      Adam B 

      9 years ago

      So I am a little confused...did you just shoot a porn at your appartment? Oh...you had a clogged drain you silly goose.

      Funny!

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      MellasViews 

      9 years ago from Earth

      lol... this was too good. ; )

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      KT pdx 

      9 years ago from Vancouver, WA, USA

      Nope, rockinjoe started it all. I just followed along.

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      Rebecca Graf 

      9 years ago from Wisconsin

      Are the one who started all those hubs? :)

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      Cindy Lawson 

      9 years ago from Guernsey (Channel Islands)

      Excellent I so love these kinds of double entendre hubs :)

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