we were in the shower…
and I was getting a treat. My beloved started giving me a blow-job.
Now, this is very nice. I wanted to enjoy it. But!
But I’m in the shower!
The purpose of a shower is to get clean.
I wasn’t quite clean yet.
I wasn’t quite done washing myself yet.
So I got it into my head — you know how these things happen when you’re slightly distracted — well, I’ll just wash my face quickly, and then I can enjoy this blowjob properly.
So I soaped my face.
At this moment, my beloved gave me a moment of startlement.
I took a sharp breath in through my nose, because the bar of soap was right over my mouth,
and my head went back in an involuntary reaction to the wonderful thing my beloved had just done to me.
I wish to inform you that these three items are not meant to be combined.
The result is a horrific burning sensation in the nostrils and sinus cavity that may be compared with tilting your head back and inserting two open Tabasco Sauce bottles into your nose.
Fortunately, your body’s immune system has a protective measure to prevent permanent damage.
My sinuses went into immediate overtime production of mucus.
Mucus is mostly water.
Water reacts with soap to produce lather.
Lather on mucus membranes causes a burning sensation.
This burning sensation now fills the entire space between my eyes and upper chest to about the level of my shoulders, and from my mouth back to about — oh, my spinal cord.
So. Let this be a lesson to you.
Don’t try to do anything while getting a blow job.
Just relax and enjoy it, ok?