Happy Birthday to You
Released: February 23, 2018
It’s senior year of High School and Robby is stoked to be turning eighteen, he’s been counting down the months for a year now. He lives with his mother who has been single now for three years and she’s been getting increasingly needy for his attention. He adores his mother, but her need to control every little aspect of his life is getting a little too much. He can’t wait to go out with his friends to the 18 and up club, this time without sneaking in with a fake ID. He really needs a break from his Mother, and tonight he’s planning on staying out past curfew, why not.. he’s 18 now!
His Birthday started off great, his Mom made him breakfast in bed, his favorite, steel cut oatmeal with cherries, toast with apple jelly, and coffee. She was hovering over him as he was getting dressed, and he felt her gaze a little too long at his ass when he pulled the jeans up with a hop, “I can’t find my phone, mom,” he told her in a hurry. Mom dismissed his concern with a reply, “it’ll come up, darling. I’ll look for it, just make sure you’re home after school.”
That day at school Robby could hardly concentrate. He kept imagining seeing the petite blonde in third hour, Anna, at Club Zodiac, the proper brunette, Vivianne, who always dances like a little whore on the weekend on the dance floor, grinding her hips next to anyone she thinks is hot, and the unusually tall Asian girl with the smile that makes him feel so content, Gina. He mapped out his game plan for the night. He’s going to get his 21 year old friend to buy him booze, then he’s going to use the booze as a sort of lure to dance with all the hot babes, and surely they would, it’s his Birthday! He’s going to pace himself, but make sure that Gina sees that he’s a popular guy, then finally, seduce the woman of his dreams, Gina, oh.. Gina. His cock twitches in excitement while he watches the clock and counts down the minutes until he can prepare for the night.
Robby comes home, his phone is on his mind, he hopes that his Mom found it. He drops his backpack and turns the corner to see the living room filled with balloons and a colorful “Happy Birthday” banner hanging in the doorway. His overly enthusiastic Mother is wearing a Birthday hat, a pointy dunce-like hat, that looks immature and embarrassing. She hurries over to him with the biggest smile, she puts a Birthday hat on his head. She starts to sing to him, she tells him that she has planned a Birthday party for him!
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