This week’s Microfantasy Monday theme is ‘Photos‘. Thanks as always to Miss Ang, the Sweltering Celt, for giving us the prompt and continuing our Microfantasy Monday fun.
The email came from an unknown sender, but hadn’t been caught by my spam filter. I opened it and just as quickly clicked on another tab in my browser window. The email contained a photo that I shouldn’t be caught looking at while at work. Not a full-on nudie, but a slice.. shoulder and collar bone down the chest with a nipple just showing at the bottom of the shot with the subject line “Are you busy?”
Unfortunately, I was busy that day and had to hold off on trying to solve the mystery of who’d sent the picture. By the time I’d gotten back to my computer again, there were three more waiting from that same sender.
“Hello, there” and a shot of full, succulent lips with the tip of a tongue wetting them.
“How do you feel?” and a picture of a stomach with a hand trailing down from the sternum, bright red fingernails leaving red traces in their wake.
“Wish you were here” a picture of two such hands, fingers spreading labia open to expose what looked like a very wet hole.
Now, I have definitely received racy photos before, but always from people I knew and usually with some kind of fair warning ahead of time. This unsolicited attention was intriguing, flattering and embarrassing all at the same time. There wasn’t much I could figure out from the free email address, there wasn’t any profile information that I could find. I wondered if I’d get another photo, or maybe an email with some explanation.
A few hours later, I eagerly opened the fourth email from my mystery sender and had to laugh out loud. Turns out those pictures were meant for her boyfriend and she’d gotten messed up with our similar looking email addresses. She was worried that I’d been offended by her risque reveals and I replied quickly that, on the contrary, they’d added some much needed spice to my day… then I realized something. If she had my email address in her address book, she was someone I knew, at least online. She must have emailed me before, under a different account, apparently. So I asked her about that and her reply was:
“Oh, I could tell you, but I think it’s much more fun to keep you guessing.”
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