Taking Them Both Down
Last summer, I stole this guy's wife. Laura's a tall, thin, hot, blonde, and I started making moves on her right away. After we were having sex for a few months, she left him, saying how much of a loser he'd always been. The problem was he couldn't take the rejection and started harassing her non-stop. One afternoon, I was playing soccer with my friends and Laura was there watching. By chance, her ex walked by and started bugging her. When I went over to tell him to leave her alone, he freaked out. He took a swing at me, but I ducked it and landed a hard punch to his fat gut. I hit him a few more times before my teammates pulled us apart. I think I sent the right message because he took off like a scared animal. Laura seemed a little upset about it, and when we got back to my place we started talking. She admitted the whole thing had actually turned her on, watching me take him down. We went at it right away, and it was primal. We had sex for hours. It was hugely satisfying thinking about beating down her short, fat loser of an ex and then delivering what he could never do. It may sound a little crazy, but it was the greatest sexual encounter of my life, and I've had a lot.
— Roberto, 24
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