The Escape


Alexander Wiseman, having lied to his wife Beth, parked his blue Honda Accord discreetly in the shadows of the poorly lit parking lot. He left the motor running, hating himself, hating his life, and hating Saul the most. Shutting the engine down so violently he nearly snapped the key, he stared at the porn shop, stealing his courage for one last meeting.

The porn shop had been Saul's idea, along with everything else up to and including Carlee. That last bit had taken Alexander a few weeks to figure out, a few weeks too late, a few weeks that endangered his marriage, turning him into a traitor.

He ran a hand through his thinning blonde hair, loose strands parting easily to fall onto his sagging shoulders. He should have known a woman like Carlee could only have fucked him with mercenary intent. A convention in Las Vegas, too many drinks, and the next morning he had found himself in her bed, remembering everything as though it had happened to some impossibly luckily movie character, in a movie the ratings board would never have approved.

He climbed out of the car, his back creaking, his knees throbbing with pain, his long heavy coat reaching nearly to his ankles, and walked slowly towards the entrance.

She had been amazingly uninhibited, fucking in every manner he had wanted that weekend, forty years of pent up fantasies and frustrations finally fulfilled. He'd left Vegas knowing the best screwing of his life, learning quickly just how thoroughly she had fucked him.

He pushed open the door; the insistent beat of some shit ass hip-hop song pounding on from a radio. 'Poppers,' stimulants for the fags prowling to sniff like glue, lined the counter; the cashier barely noticed his arrival. Throughout the store a riot of colorfully obscene sex toys assaulted his sight, and mounted on the wall above the door leading to the arcade, a three-foot long dildo, a cock-head at each end, hung like a perverted hunting trophy. Blow-up dolls, hard rubber dolls, counterfeit cocks and cunts, and an endless supply of magazines, DVDs, and cheap, tasteless gags filled the shelves producing a pit of perversion. Men trolled the aisles, inspecting the DVDs, and magazines; he carefully avoided eye contact, walking directly to the arcade.





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