Where's the tea lady?

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic


12 August 2012, Hyde park

Chapter 1 (v.1) - Chapter 1

Submitted: August 30, 2019

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"...our very own tea lady, Mrs Enfield!" Damon Albarn was shouting. Alex Darack wasn't particularly fond of Blur but went to the concert anyway because his Cambodian girlfriend, teagirl hated Oasis (Alex's logic is severely flawed).

"She's here to represent the almost forgotten British institute for tea ladies" Alex found himself recalling the day he met teagirl. It was at the British institute for tea ladies, where kidnapped children from Asia and Africa studied tea science. Teagirl was being bullied by this Indian gang for being transgender. Alex's 9.5 inch cock hinted at wanting to play with the Cambodian's tiny todger. Alex found a piece of broken glass and slit the Indians' throat with it. Teagirl was grateful for being rescued. Alex later bought her for 25 ounces of gold.

He was missing teagirl, he had forgotten her at the airport along with his antique biscuit collection. The biscuits were livid, they were not pleased to be left alone with a hungry Cambodian.

Alex was almost in tears. The first tear almost rolled down his eyes, like a bead of sweat running down the thigh of a 55 year old man shagging his granddaughter when a couple of tea lads caught his eye. 

The tea lads were all dressed up in tiny glittering shorts which strained against their bulging crotches and angel wings. They were fawning all over damon, except this one mad lad who was an Alex James fan.

 

Alex approached them and said, "hey cuties, want to come with me to seshlahem?"

what happens next, find out in the next chapter.

 

 

 


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