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The Girl Next Door



by Casey White
July 25, 2002

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The Girl Next Door_Casey White- The man next door is divorced, and his kids come to visit on the weekends. Two girls. Both thin and blonde. The older one is age 11 or 12, while the younger one is probably 7 or 8 years old. Now that it is summer and hot, the girls spend a considerable amount of time playing outdoors.

I was mowing my lawn on Saturday, and the older girl emerged from the house in her hot pink bikini. She is definitely on her way to becoming a woman, and spent a great deal of time primping and posing in the side mirror of her dad's red pickup. She got out the water hose to wash her dad's truck. She had a CD playing from inside the garage, with a loud, rap tune (oxymoron?), which had some words like, "...and take your clothes off...." -- I didn't catch all of it. She was doing MTV-type moves to the "grooves." (I know CD's don't have grooves -- more like pits, really.) Younger sister was hanging close by, watching and learning from older sis.

Along came a neighbor boy from down the street. I'll guess he is thirteen, also blonde. He rode his bike up the girl's driveway, and stopped to chat a bit. She must have talked him into helping wash the truck, because he quickly got off his bicycle and let it fall to the driveway. But instead of handing him a sponge, she proceeded to turn on the hose sprayer, and she soaked herself with its spray, particularly in her chest area, while making many suggestive moves and shaking her long hair from side to side. She then proceeded to spray the boy from head to foot as he dashed around the driveway. This fifteen minute episode ended with the boy inviting the girl to hop on the foot extenders on his bicycle's back wheels, and she closely held his shoulders as he pedaled down the street.

Note: This is special weekend time with Dad. Dad's truck is present. Dad is not. The rap group is present. Dad is not. The 8 year old is present. The 12 year old is not. The truck is not clean, and the future of these kids is murky at best, I'm afraid.

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