The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 15 December 1989

Bedroom Ski-ing

‘Got To Get’ – Rob ‘n’ Raz featuring Leila K

We had a Panto Day today, with performances of Strawberry Girl at ‘Tech’ and in schools.

One of my fave non-Drama people today was Joni (from my bus).

This afternoon, I went to Jonny’s, then at about 5.30pm-ish, I went to Jodie Ratcliffe’s party at her family’s place in Barnes Bysea with Daniel Abbott, Darren Marsh, and Sally Watson.

After a very hot curry and a bit of uneasiness with some casuals who also came to the party (and, like most of those present, we didn’t know).  A few other Drama people came but it was mostly Barnes Bysea folks. 

Once totally pissed, I ended up in bed, naked, with Jodie and Daniel.  Jodie gave us both a baby oil massage for hours.  Then she and Sally entertained me, Daniel and Darren somewhat, until Sally and Darren went off to find a room of their own.  Daniel and I then massaged Jodie, after which she wanked us both off, slowly and brilliantly for ages – ski-ing with two poles, shall we say? – after which Daniel went out for a fag.  With him gone, I helped myself to what Jodie referred to as a ‘French wank’ (i.e. an ‘oily tit wank’ between Jodie’s breasts), my first ever, which was incredible and Jodie enjoyed as much as I did, especially when I ‘came’ over her face and in her hair.  It was quite interesting.

It was all good fun, no ties, loose, free and sexy stuff, with no unnecessary snogging or fucking or sucking or whatever.  Very, very safe sex.  Perfect. 

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Next time: ‘Soggy lettuce…’

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