Mason Wyler has had a rough year, from discovering that he has no friends to breaking up with his longtime boyfriend, Marcus. But things are starting to look up in Mason’s hometown of Houston. Since everyone Mason knows is a broke slut, he’s decided to round everyone up and play landlord for “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.” (His full spiel is here.)
The residents, from left to right, are Porter, Shepard, Shepard’s boyfriend Aiden Ash and Mason’s ex-boyfriend Marcus.
Now meet Marcus!
“Yes, Marcus and I broke up because I’m the one with a sex addiction and yes, I am a bigger slut than he is. But all that does not negate the fact that Marcus himself is a big ole cock-hungry cum pig.”
“His oversized tool and incredibly talented tongue make Shepard high in demand so he works on a rotating schedule.”
“When Porter isn’t talking about himself, he has other ways of grabbing your attention. Like walking around the house naked, setting his ringtone to earsplitting obnoxious, and moaning so fucking loud when he cums that it reverberates through the entire house.”
“He is a whore. A big one at that. You can call him the charity slut. He is the Mother Teresa of slutdom, giving pleasure to the destitute chesters and those who are facially less fortunate.”
“You want to know the real me? Really? The real me is a selfish little cock gobbler that would rather gouge his own eyes out than get himself into another relationship.”
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The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Mason Wyler blog)
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